How does Bokononism try to solve the problem of violent, religious dogmatism?
How does Felix mock the prevailing notion that "evil" is humanity's biggest problem?
How does the commencement speech delivered at Frank's high school graduation mock the valorized status that science occupies as a means to discover "truth?"
Jack, the proprietor of Jack's Hobby Shop, showed John an exquisitely detailed model that Frank constructed. How does this model serve as a metaphor for Frank's careless, indifferent, irresponsible attitude toward the real world? How does it serve as a metaphor for John's careless, indifferent attitude toward San Lorenzo?
How do Hazel and Lowe illustrate the irrational grouping behaviors of human beings?
Why are the Hundred Martyrs to Democracy ironic?
How does Vonnegut satirize the human will to power in Cat's Cradle?
What does Mona symbolize about the human character?
What is the essential difference between Julian and Bokonon's philosophies of life?
How does Vonnegut satirize humanity's obsession with the "truth?" Why does he satirize it? Why does he think it is dangerous?
by SuperBobKing, August 29, 2012
Ice-nine isn't an isotope of water. An isotope is an element with a different number of protons, and water is not an element and the water molecules are not altered. Ice-nine was just water in solid state only the molecules were put together differently than normal ice, which caused it to have a higher melting point.
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