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No fair changing fonts. Responding emotionally to the typefaces, I would say that the Poincare river is robust and the Einstein river is beautiful. Unless the pictures are backward. Can you redo them in the same font? I think this is a fascinating look at the differences. At first glance, I thought Poincare's words included more conceptual words and Einstein's more particular, but that really might be nothing more than the bolder, all-caps font vs. the lighter, lower-case font. Perhaps you can get your next degree in Wordle Analysis?

john ptak

You kno what? You're right. I thought extruding both in the same font but I wanted them to be more "contrasty". God only knows what I was thinking. But you're correct in using the same fonts for comparatives. Many thanks! JP

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