Science barks up the wrong tree
Instead of spending lots of money looking for gravitons, gravity waves, dark matter/energy etc, scientists should be trying to synthesise an enzyme that allows humans to digest grass, leaves, twigs and bark.
It would help with the food shortage, we wouldn’t have to have prescribed burning or burn the vegetation when we clear the forests, and after you’ve read the Woman’s Day you could eat it.
It really would be a Woman’s Day diet and not such a waste of money.
It gives a whole new meaning to the Reader’s Digest.
Ken Saligari, Exmouth