May/June 2017 • Vol. XXXIX No. 3 Nature's NatureMay 1, 2017 |

Object

At a stately pace,this clump of bubblestours the perimeterof the cup.       ∗ ∗ "Living systemsmake the most of a set ofimposed constraints."       ∗ ∗ As our hostagesituation guestsaid earlier       ∗ ∗ Belief systemsare parodies.       ∗ ∗ Glass lampstandin the shape of a bongat an upscale hotelin Berkeley.       ∗ ∗ Objectsthat self-identify as fads vs. those that wont.       ∗ ∗ Slender and blond, the poplarhas wanderedinto its presentform.

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By Rae Armantrout

At a stately pace,this clump of bubblestours the perimeterof the cup.       ∗ ∗ "Living systemsmake the most of a set ofimposed constraints."       ∗ ∗ As our hostagesituation guestsaid earlier       ∗ […]

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By Rae Armantrout

At a stately pace,this clump of bubblestours the perimeterof the cup.       ∗ ∗ "Living systemsmake the most of a set ofimposed constraints."       ∗ ∗ As our hostagesituation guestsaid earlier       ∗ […]

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