"It seems to me that the writers we love most are those who manage to capture something we ourselves have thought and rejected, for being forbidden, dangerous, elusive, something that if we made room for it would undo something else we want to keep, so we force it away—literature as a catalogue of rejected thoughts. For the way they can hold onto what the rest of us would put away as dangerous, they become heroes, the ones who emerge with the one thing we hoped to keep secret, but know we need. When I say to you James Salter is one of my heroes, that is what I mean."
--From an essay by Alexander Chee
Link About It: We Are Evolving Away From The Y Chromosome - Aside from the "master switch gene," SRY, the Y chromosome (only found in men) contains very few other genes. And it's the only chromosome not necessary fo...
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