This is the second thiotimoline article, and the last one to be written up in the form of a pseudo-scholarly paper. It is just as enjoyable as The Endochronic Properties of Resublimated Thiotimoline, however, largely because it finds a new direction to take the schtick: thiotimoline not only dissolves before it’s added to water, but the exact manner of its doing so depends on the mental state of the person doing the adding. This allows the erection of an elaborate scheme for diagnosing mental states. The article ends with a confession that, like much of science, there doesn’t seem to be any practical benefit or significance of this scheme. It is, however, definitely elegant.
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