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I was just playin' wit ya Wade,
Poetry just ain't my bizniz.
It's just that I found a symphatizer in Dirac
(and a darned good one too, though he's your archetypical
geek of brilliance!)
Anyways: different strokes for different folks,
or `blokes', depending on what side of the `pond' your at...
Quoting "Wade T.Smith" <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> On 09/04/01 10:41, Philip Jonkers said this-
> >``In science one tries to tell people,
> > in such a way as to be understood by everyone,
> > something that no one ever knew before.
> > But in poetry, it's the exact opposite.''
> One way to look at it, I suppose, but, IMHO, both science and poetry are
> attempts to explain, to the maximum number of people, different
> But both have requirements to be understood.
> It's just that some people like facts, and others like feelings.
> And some people like both.
> Wordsworth and Wilson.
> Chet Raymo, science reporter/columnist for the Boston Globe, is an
> of my sentiment that both expressions of knowledge are equally
> understandable, and equally important.
> - Wade
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