The Sciences: biology, chemistry, physics, calculus
Numbers, notations, equations: lots of calculations
The Arts: music, drama, painting, poetry
Rhythm n’ blues, theatrics, reflections: lots of interpretations
The Sciences- First period Physics.
Today’s discussion-centripetal force
Acceleration defined, force diagrams drawn
But let’s save the imagination for another time...
The Arts- Second period English.
Today’s discussion- The Great Gatsby
The symbolism of colors defined, characters’ motives analyzed
But let’s keep numbers out of this equation...
The Sciences- If you’re good at them, you’ll be an engineer!
Or a physicist, biologist, or doctor!
The Arts- If you’re good at them, you’ll be a lawyer!
Or a politician, orator, or judge!
They say you’re either one or the other
Left-brain: logic, the science side
Right-brain: imagination, the art side
But could there be
the art of Science and the science of Art.
Together. In Harmony?