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February 16, 2016

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Catriona

"Behold a scientist in whom there is no guile"...

Well, I can think of a few, some we both know and value.

I get what he is saying, and I'm sorry to disagree, but I feel science can be every bit as much poesis, and as beautiful, as poetry.

But then I would say that, wouldn't I? ;-)

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