It's been brought to my attention that the photo used in the previous post is not of Hamlet's castle in Elsinore (Helsingør) but a crumbling butte in Arizona. I can only say my choices were limited in the matter. This computer came with a few sample pictures in its files, maybe five, of stock subjects like a koala and an Arizona desert scene. Rather than go a quarter way around the world for a snapshot of Kronborg Castle --where the story played out for real-- I thought I could use what was on hand. After consulting a globe to see how a castle in Denmark would look from California I corrected the image thusly:
1. If the middles of all things were lined up end to end, how long would they be?
2. If time is less fathomable than space, how come we get predictably older as we go futureward but, as we move farther away, stay the same size?
3. Has Mercator Projection ever been tested on humans?
4. If one is subjectively the center of one's universe, what is the polite response to someone else who needs to use it?
5. Are dog noses an untapped source of rubber?
6. Are great hardships more edifying than little soft ones?
7. When two adults hold hands with a child between them, why does it always lift both legs?