I am a science nerd extraordinare, and am somewhat of a compulsive teacher, so for anyone who has any curiosities whatsoever - how does something work, what does a scientific concept really mean, what the hell is a dimension, that kind of stuff, or anything really. I study everything, and I enjoy flexing the curiosity muscle as much as possible, so consider me your Q&A guru forever more. No question too big, no question too small.

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Comment by John Camilli on January 5, 2011 at 1:51pm
Greg, you cracked me up with that question, it was totally not what I was expecting, but I do have a conjecture about it, lol. My guess would be that the thinly sliced meat has a greater number of ruptured cells per surface area for your taste buds to encounter. Comparable to the way crushing an herb releases more of the flavor into the food, your thin slices are already more broken down than the thick ones. However, that will also mean they go bad faster.
Comment by Keith O'Connor on January 5, 2011 at 9:59am
John, I was very happy to see your offer on my blog. You know, about checking what I write for scientific accuracy. I've written two books that I'd love to show to an evolutionary biologist and an astrophysics geek. In the first instance, I wonder if one of my sci-fi books says silly things about evolution; and in the second, characters go on a space trip to the Seven Sisters. In that one, I'd love to know what a vessel from Earth would see along the way. I'm not at all clear about what's out there. I will definitely keep you in mind if you're serious about the offer. Also, you said you write too? What do you write? (I ask this before searching your blog; the answer might be there.) Thanks! Keith.



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