The Age of Wire and String - Study Guide Animal Summary & Analysis

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Animal begins with Dog, Mode of Heat Transfer in Barking, which explains that dogs depend on the principal that fluids expand when heated, because this causes the dog to expand. It then becomes less hungry, because it contains less matter than when it was smaller. Warmer portions of the dog rise through its cooler parts, to be replaced by cooler parts, which, if the dog barks, will warm and rise, creating what the author calls a dog current. In this manner, barking is transferred to the entire dog.

Silence Implies the Desire is about wearing clothing during sex. In legal-sounding language, the text discusses how a woolen scarf worn by animals may be used to establish that sex did or did not occur, or to turn the event into a story. Circle of Willis is about an area in which singing bird can encourage a pedestrian to...

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