First of all, thank you for publishing my article about Alex (what was left of it). I want to add something about those Lynx images on right side of your pages.
Mediævals believed that this cat can see through walls and has gift of clairvoyance. Who knows?
The main lesson we yet have to learn from this graceful bow-tied ghost:
Even the smallest can succeed in life, and that the world can unfold itself to those who stop and listen.
As the wise Latins liked to say: Minima Cura Si Maxima Vis.
“Take Care Of Small Things If You Want To Obtain The Greatest Results.”
This is the official motto of the Starting Point of the Scientific Revolution.
If you will ever get to close Vatican and decide to check its size one more time, don't forget to visit one place two blocks away the “Academia of the Lynxes.
The home of the "Father of Science" (according to Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking), officially Galileo Galilei Linceo.
I just want to add that maybe you guys should go back to the Aristotle approach a little bit. Your website experiment is way out of line.
The Lynx is a very smart and good-looking animal, even for a cat.
The Keeper of Secrets of The World Forest.
My daughter thinks this creature is actually an alien robot (if not why does it have antennas?)
Walking in the forest, remember the trees are watching you.
It sees everything without being seen.
You have better chances to spot a lynx in the Himalayas than in your local state forest.
But when you will get to see that Felis in the wild, don't forget to bow to him. It will bring you luck.