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Living the Right-Sized Life

Posted by | January 1, 2012
January 2012, Washington State Magazine, by Eric Sorensen | © Washington State University

I want to walk on water, climb walls, and dance on the ceiling. If insects can do it, it’s only fair that I should, too.

But this thing called physics has decreed otherwise. Carol Anelli, a WSU entomologist, can tell you why, having a lifelong fascination with ways insects can at times make us seem relatively slow, earthbound, and weak. read full article