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A tiger snarls and shows its deadly incisors, threatening an attack. Rather than a personification of evil, as the poet Robert Blake implied in his... more
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A tiger snarls and shows its deadly incisors, threatening an attack. Rather than a personification of evil, as the poet Robert Blake implied in his “The Tyger” poem of 1794. Instead this female rare cat is protecting her hidden cubs against an intruder.
Long ago when I was in high school, two passions began to wrestle for dominance inside me, the world of science and the world of art. In particular I was drawn to biology and oil painting at the same time. I struggled to merge these conflicting realities of facts and emotions, trying to determine which should prevail in my life. After many decades of internal "war," the best I've been able to do is merge a career as a field biologist with habitat engineering, and also pursue painting as a pastime. I'm happy to report that some time ago I found the secrets to resolving my early conflicts between art and science. I am forever grateful for having the privilege of devoting myself to the arts, sciences and humanities in the way I did, for...
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