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Geology, Paleontology and Faeces

“The study of coprolites turned into something of a craze. Suddenly an intriguing new perspective of previously misidentified fossil objects had opened up. Those interested in chemistry published analyses of the composition of coprolites; among them were Daubeny, Prout, and … Continue reading

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The Logic of The Trace: Borings, Etchings and Tracks; Coprolites and Regurgitaliths

Some very brief thoughts on incisive” or “indexical” sound compositions, which do not attempt to articulate meaning within semantic structures so much as use marks and sounds to carve into reality. This sort of expression involves not a poetics but … Continue reading

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