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Tuesday, 9 February 2010


Blood boils, sometimes, at 106.66 centigrade. It freezes at -3.5, which is a far less provocative figure.

Arterial tracts jammed full of platelets and plasma do thicken or fizz in extremes of temperature, but by this time you’re dead and superstition is either irrelevant or now an irrefutable truth.

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