A SCIENTIST AT WORK. Charles Darwin’s gardener said: “I often wish he had something to do. He moons about in the garden, and I have seen him stand doing nothing before a flower for ten minutes at a time.”

(from a review by Roger Ekirch of ALL THE TIME IN THE WORLD by Jessica Kerwin Jenkins in the Wall Street Journal, December 20)

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  1. This is absolutely wonderful!

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