That metallic smell you sense after handling iron or copper isn’t the odor of the metal, according to research by Dietmar Glindemann of the University of Leipzig. Rather, it’s from aldehydes and ketones formed from compounds in your own skin that react quickly with the metal.
- Nothing for WATCH until The Count of Monte Cristo at Aldersgate this fall.
- I’ll be reading scripts for AACT’s NewPlayFest 2020.
Anderson, Heart of a Dog
“When L died, our teacher said, Every time you think of her, give something away, or, do something kind. And I said, Then I’d be giving things away non-stop. And he said, So?”