Posted: February 29, 2012 by Wildcat in Uncategorized

‘Copernican’ cuisine and music Keats also brought several dozen canisters of his “Universal Anti-Seasoning,” a cornstarch-based substance designed to modulate gustatory experience. “This condiment diminishes flavor and texture to make any dish as homogeneous as the cosmos,” the product’s label reads. (via Artist Pushes for ‘Copernican Revolution’ in the Arts | Nicolaus Copernicus & History of Astronomy | Jonathon Keats & Space Art | Space.com)

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