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the wise old bird, `it's true. No doubt, we are very considerably acclimatized and yet, even we have to take care:
" Then, seeming to change the subject, he asked another question: `Are you interested in mutations?'
" Again I was able to say that I supposed I knew as much as the next field naturalist about the things that hadn't been discovered about the important problems of breeding. This led to a third question:
" 'Have you studied cosmic radiation?'
" There, at last, I was able to give a flat `no.' Then he did allow himself to do a bit of linking up:
" `All three are very close to each other and I may say that there lies our main interest.'
" Of course, all this from a bird was still rather a shock to me, but-save for human high-brow moments like that-I was already getting to think that behind that massive bill and baldly staring bird's eyes there was a man's mind looking out at me; indeed, I might say a mind certainly better than most men's.
" `Take the cosmic radiation first,' he remarked in his quiet, slightly quacking lecturer's voice. `You have gathered, of course, that we are right on the South Pole. As I remarked to you some while ago when congratulating you on arriving when the visibility conditions are so good, what you see, and see through, is the aurora australis, the cosmic radiation which pours in at either pole and which, after three or four collisions, at last hits things slowly enough for us to see the luminous echoes, these southern lights. I am sure now that it is this radiation that causes polar hysteria. The tremendous electrical charge, as one would expect, upsets a nervous

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