excerpts from h.e/s.he scatology on 315 wor./d sec./tions


Daniel Y. Harris & Irene Koronas





luz and sacrum



this undead bone does not decay ajbu adh dhanab base of the spinal column he bone from which the body will be rebuilt at the time of resurrection rabbi joshua ben hananiah replied from luz in the back bone rabbi took luz a last lumbar vertebra to form small bone but it was not consumed he put of the spine and immersed it in water but it was not aramaic name for the os coccyx nut of the spinal column belief being indestructible will form the nucleus for the resurrection of the body narrates that the emperor hadrian by r joshua that the revival of the body at the resurrection will take its start with the almond nut the spinal column had investigations made and found that water could not soften, nor fire burn, nor the pestle and mortar crush  softened into the fire into a mill sacroiliac joints the phoenician coast soahb sanh upper part of the sacrum connects with the last lumbar vertebra pounded he placed it upon with a hammer the anvil split and the hammer an anvil and struck it was broke to pesita wayi ra rabbah midrash kohelet tefillin umezuzot belong to the sum funneling of the pelvis total it is anatomically inserted between the two hip bonesilium of the torah pelvic place with miraculous qualities luz the cavity where robinson identifies the city either with luwaizah near the city of dan or with kamid al lauz north of heshbon hasbiyyah talmudic references seem to point to its location as somewhere near enregend invested the city the five sacral vertebrae known for its blue dye is the city which sennacherib entered but could not harm nebuchadnezzar but could not destroy caudal vertebrae of their tail adoption of sacrum the holy bone cognate to latin clunis buttock latum broad bone jew bone egyptian rite of burying the spinal column of osiris


—Daniel Y. Harris




sporangia and gametophytes



plants reproduce by sperm and egg the first plants creep up onto dry land sperm cells ride comfortable through the air naked and vulnerable as they made their journey onto land for sex their ancestors must swim through water to find an egg in very wet soil since sperm cells cannot travel far suitable mates must be close even if dropped from fronds of adjacent ferns any two plants might be siblings or cousins and reproduction takes place between neighbor plants might exist in pockets of incestuous interbreeding and that would turn the whole evolutionary purpose of sex from a diverse population to mutants the solution alternation generation which involves an individual go between main plants and small temporary plants that live long enough to complete this function spores can be seen at certain times producing dense clusters sporangia on lower surfaces of fronds the spores are hard and dry and disperse distances and  whirl around by chance land together in a suitable place genetically mix then germinate into tiny alternate plants small enough and close enough for sperm cells to swim between them the gametophytes have sexual satisfaction and avoid the dreaded sum fertilization sporophytes sole action is to produce and spores have two sets of chromosomes in every cell like animals all are haploid diploid zygote develop into a new liverworts overcome immobility and produce genetically diverse descendants while the inert spores produce directly through meiosis the males actively deliver to females who move about and choose their mates the fern ancestors to the first seed plants gametophytes shrank down into tiny cell structures that remain in the wall of spores like  prepackaged males the female contains an egg within the embryonic seed ovule land in a vicinity of another plant a pollen tube develops this allows seed plants to live and reproduce in a greater variety of habitats than their predecessors multilineato


—Irene Koronas




upcycle and blood brain barrier



electracy is part of an apparatus brain extracellular fluid becf in the central nervous system cns gases and lipid soluble molecules by passive diffusion a pinky looking aggregate with pieces of handmade brick endothelial cells restrict morphs into writing that has been described as random in sequence and unfocused mixed resulting in a hybrid objet trouve of scrap metal pottery and broken thick basement membrane and astrocytic endfee optometry chart as background clock spring as eye subtracting layers of tape on acrylic glass with a surgical scalpels ventricles capillaries in the pineal gland on the roof of the diencephalon and the pineal gland two morae its red circles of merry mist and we cross over as the eter of nity a doubled prenasalised consonant the output of one process may be the input to another brain uptake of glucose amino acids organic acids purines nucleosides or choline orange peel as a composite material used to remove synthetic dyes civilizational left brain right brain integration in the case of a long vowel or diphthong consonants in the coda is said to be trimoraic higher value from waste or byproduct streams a waste product of brewing processes as a substrate in biogas processes and trimoraic syllables in languages that have them are called super heavy syllables high pitch on the only mora of a short vowel or the last mora of a long vowel circumflex depending on the cycle or the upcycler of the patch of garbage and bling with cast off clothing and feed sacks making something from nothing a portmanteau of trash privileging of speech over writing archiwriting both cure and poison words and syntax and fixedness waste plastic cheap antineoplastic drugs to remove synthetic dyes from wastewater in a state of flux nor differs nor defies nor  semantic substrate material on a rope or barrel fixed customs delivery of from the waste stream bacnotches


—Daniel Y. Harris




nucleus and nuclei



nuclear force is an attraction between nucleons at distances of 1 femtometer but rapidly decrease to insignificance at distances beyond 25 fm the nuclear force becomes a repulsive component responsible for the physical size of nuclei since the nucleons can come no closer than the force allows yet by comparison the size of an atom measured in angstroms is five orders of magnitude larger and the nuclear force is not simple since it depends on the nucleon spins and has a tensor component with reliance on relative momentum of the nucleus in a quantitative description of the energy force empirical equations model the internucleon potential energies or potential forces within the system of modicums when the negative gradient is equal to the vector force there is a constant phenomenological fit adds to the experimental data attempts to describe properties of nucleon interaction or any potential that can be atomic nuclei made of protons and neutrons held together by an attentive force resulting from the exchange of mesons between neighboring nucleons is a residual effect of the strong spin component aligned by two profusion articles the force is not enough to bind  bits since spin vectors of two particle participants of the same type must point in opposite directions when the specks are near each other and are in the same quantum state requirement the nuclear force is too weak to bind them even if they are of different types an angular momentum leads to a weak interaction in the electromagnetic field which includes beta decay deuterium needed to power thermonuclear notions challenged by languages the nuclei and nucleus allow long strings of obstruents without any intervening vowel or multiple consonants the sonorants become a few utterances used to command silence and to attract attention these parings have been analyzed as phonemically syllabic in some prosodic situations unstressed vowels elide despite a losing reaction as fission  


—Irene Koronas




muck and sludge



ecoli from drained swampland as black soil of the water table acid sulfate soils the rot of heavy metal concrete and steel structures to the point of failure iron oxides and arsenic killing vegetation or seeping into and acidifying groundwater degrading sea arm in mangroves of septage to sludge from simple wastewater treatment to simple on site sanitation tanks fresh before anaerobic putrescent in a short time contain radioactive meager bits or pharmaceutical wastes expressed as kg dry solids per cubic metre pilings and cross or sected is and a trickling filter lithotrophic bacteria such as desulfovibrio desulfuricans highly reactive framboid crystals of iron sulfides when as pyrite impacts of acid sulfate soil leachate may persist over fes2 containing soils cat clays may become extremely acidic ph<4 iron iii hydroxide orange precipitates as the alkalinity component is immobilized in bivalent and trivalent forms array of colors ranging from black brown blue gray red orange and yellow hydrogen clay a solid insoluble mineral by which our families are fecal hydrogen ions and exchangeable metals are mobilized underlying coastal estuaries and floodplains pathogens are not a significant high levels of sterols and other hormones have been detected it also can catch fire and burn underground for months like acid base reactions to redox involving covalent bonds of stigma and blood betrayal analogous to protonation and deprotonation may employ hardcore d beat or double kick being pumped if not too thick manure slurry chewed with saliva gravity with units tonnes and brominated flame retardants cause death disease behavioral abnormalities cancer genetic mutations digestion excessive secretion of tears abdominal bloating jaundice skin ulcer dehydration weight loss and general weakness an increased risk for certain respiratory gastrointestinal pyrolysis of the sludge to create syngas and biochar or fluidized dryers where it is decomposed by undigested and is volatile physiological malfunctions thickening dewatering drying anaerobic may still as concrete to asphalt


—Daniel Y. Harris




zyklon and sarin



cyanide in pours with a cautionary eye irritant prussic acid the early 1920s trade name of pesticide invented consisted of hydrogen several adsorbents such as diatomaceous even at very low concentration ash hydrogen cyanide poisonous gas that interferes with cellular respiration warehouses and trains detia degesch it owing to its extreme potency as a nerve the successor to sealed compound distinct substituents is affinity to acetylcholinesterase is an organophosphorus lethal dose due to suffocation from lung disinfecting ships with the formula ch32choch3p of it can be lethal an oxime such as pralidoxime muscle paralysis and green spots with some found foaming at their mouths unless cytochrome more active enantiomer in a human weighing 68 kilograms 150 lb death occurs within two minutes of inhaling 70 milligrams 025 oz destruction to ig farben and 15 per cent to th goldschmidt ag iron groups chiral molecule because it has four chemically c oxidase contains several subunits the gas chambers or lost to spoilage the product had a shelf life of only three months and has ligands containing waste products of sugar beet processing final product of both enantiomeric forms which was clothing and packaged using equipment labels weaponized as a racemic mixture further treatment has a very poor shelf life 56 metric tons 8 per cent of domestic sales were sold to concentration camp 23 tons of which 6 tons were used for fumigation used in vertebrates acetylcholine is the neurotransmitter used at the ss hauptsturmfuhrer  canisters neuromuscular junction runny nose, tightness in the chest and constriction of the pupils difficult to air out afterwards and the crematorium the corpses were attached to the tetrahedral phosphorus center the found half squatting their skin discolored pink with red typically atropine and some antidotes delousing subordinates along and adsorbent stabilizers agent considered weapon of mass found foaming at their ssp form the optical isomer mouths bleeding from their ear


—Daniel Y. Harris








Daniel Y. Harris is the author of 11 collections of poetry and collaborative writing including The Rapture of Eddy Daemon (BlazeVOX, 2016), heshe egregore (with Irene Koronas, Éditions du Cygne, 2016), The Underworld of Lesser Degrees (NYQ Books, 2015), Esophagus Writ (with Rupert M. Loydell, The Knives Forks and Spoons Press, 2014), Hyperlinks of Anxiety (Červená Barva Press, 2013), The New Arcana (with John Amen, NYQ Books, 2012) and Paul Celan and the Messiah’s Broken Levered Tongue (with Adam Shechter, Červená Barva Press, 2010; picked by The Jewish Forward as one of the 5 most important Jewish poetry books of 2010).  Some of his poetry, experimental writing, art, and essays have been published in BlazeVOX, The Café Irreal, Denver Quarterly, E·ratio, European Judaism, Exquisite Corpse, Kerem, The New York Quarterly, Notre Dame Review, In Posse Review, The Pedestal Magazine, Poetry Magazine, Poetry Salzburg Review, Stride, Ygdrasil and Zeek. He is the Editor-in-Chief of X-Peri

Irene Koronas is the author of 8 collections of poetry and collaborative writing including Codify (forthcoming, Éditions du Cygne, 2017) heshe egregore (with Daniel Y. Harris, Éditions du Cygne, 2016), Turtle Grass (Muddy River Books, 2014), Emily Dickinson (Propaganda Press, 2010) and Self Portrait Drawn From Many (Ibbetson Street Press, 2007).  Some of her poetry, experimental writing and visual arts have been published in Clarion, Counterexample Poetics, Divine Dirt, E·ratio, experiential-experimental-literature, Lynx, Lummox, Of\with, Pop Art, Right Hand Pointing, Presa, The Seventh Quarry Magazine, Spreadhead, Stride and Unblog.  She has exhibited her visual art at the Tokyo Art Museum Japan, the Henri IV Gallery, the Ponce Art Gallery, Gallery at Bentley College and the M & M Gallery.  She is the Managing Editor of X-Peri