As if it weren't bad enough that physics has crept into polite chit chat, now we have poets writing about, of all things, science!
"There is something vital
about the Passiflora auriculata,
which over a million years varied its cyanogens
to discourage feasting insects..."
writes Kimiko Hahn. You can read about her in yesterday's NY Times. I'm wondering if you right-brainers might be led to converting bio notes to sonnets -- and would that raise or lower test scores?
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