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“ Keats, too, complained that Newton had destroyed the poetry of the rainbow by explaining it. By more general implication, science is poetry’s killjoy, dry and cold, cheerless, overbearing and lacking in everything that a young Romantic might desire. To proclaim the opposite is one purpose of this…It is my thesis that the spirit of wonder which led Blake to Christian mysticism, Keats to Arcadian myth and Yeats to Fenians and fairies, is the very same spirit that moves great scientists; a spirit which, if fed back to poets in scientific guise, might inspire still greater poetry.

— from "Unweaving the Rainbow", by Richard Dawkins

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1 August 11
See Karen!
I said this a few weeks ago while playing a game.
K: what did you just say?
A: it’s Michael Scott
K:  you can’t just say something while you’re drunk and say you’re quoting The Office
*everyone laughs at my expense*
REDEEMED!

See Karen!

I said this a few weeks ago while playing a game.

K: what did you just say?

A: it’s Michael Scott

K:  you can’t just say something while you’re drunk and say you’re quoting The Office

*everyone laughs at my expense*

REDEEMED!

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