i find the crow more eloquent, more treacherously abiding a fulfilment of aesthetic investigations when walking, the crow more beautiful than in flight, unlike the sparrows' comic grounding, with its epileptic quick-step twitchy caoutchouc trot... poetically drawn as: huh?! huh?! chirp. huh?! huh?! chirp; really quickly.
the only way to transition back into the humanities from learning science, ******* p... chemistry and physics, from these two into the humanities: because you wrote a high standard sociology essay plagiarising trying to beat the anti-plagiarism logarithm imposed... and that camus' l'étranger also written to a 1st in the degree hierarchy... the only transition from the sciences to humanities is with philosophy, which is a qausi-humanism... mind you... edinburgh is the last gothic city, and scotland the only place where university can be like high school, diverse, equipping you with many choices, you can major chemistry, but understudy computing, french, history, sociology, etc. so in the background you have my favourite theorisation: friedel-craft's alkylation & acylation / effects of substitution on the beneze ring properties: ortho (β) / para (ν) directing goups... meta (π) directing groups... ipso (α) directed at dislodging the algebraic *x already attached... i was never going to write cute poetry... lessons in inductive effects of σ-bonds orientation controlled by resonate (of) π-bonds... the faustian myth continues without cute goethe rhyme.