Thursday, November 27, 2014

SECOND


SECOND
The vulture’s wings beat one time a second. The pygmy shrew’s heart beats fourteen times a second. As the vulture approaches the pygmy shrew, it is clear that the pygmy shrew is fourteen times more afraid of what will happen than the vulture would appear to be.

SECOND
The peregrine falcon plunges three hundred feet per second. If the peregrine falcon counted the feet, there would be many less feet to count. Fewer people would be impressed by the peregrine falcon. The peregrine falcon would be less blurry and much easier to draw. The peregrine falcon would find it easier to make friends. The peregrine falcon would lead a more complicated life with the possibility of richer rewards and more devastating failures.

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