After George Herbert
This tiny ruin in my eye, small flaw in the fabric, little speck of blood in the egg, deep chip in the windshield, north star, polestar, floater that doesn't float, spot where my hand is not, even when I'm looking at my hand, little piton that nails every rock I see, no matter if the picture turns to sand, or sand to sea, I embrace you, piece of absence that reminds me what I will be, all dark some day unless ...
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- Editor’s Note
Issue 42: A surprise DNA test, an unexpected power plant, and a breakthrough chirp. /
- Around the World in 46 Chromosomes
I expected to discover myself in my DNA test. But I found us all. /
- Why Solar Power Might Get a Lot More Green
It turns out that Popeye was right all along. /
- Music of the Spheres
When scientists detected gravitational waves, “astronomy grew ears.” /
- Wonder on the Web
Issue 42: Links to amazing stuff.
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