therefore, i think is a book that examines the intersection of science and philosophy. Catching the great minds like a web, science and philosophy have drawn out great mental gymnastics throughout history. Now put into poetry, side by side, these disciplines provoke ruminations on the thoughts and systems that guide our modern lives through base experience, raw data, and pure hope. These poems hope to provide us with an understanding of the framework we have created for answering the call of ourselves. What and where do we find meaning from or in? What answers given and what questions posed have those shapers of experiments offered to us? In a dialectic approach, here are poems that trip the line between that which is science (real) and that which is philosophy (ethereal). These lines set out the myriad attempt to attack, kill, and bring home in a rucksack the slippery, looming, meaning of life.