I’m relieved to seethat even brilliant physicists make mistakes.”Kohler looked over. “What do you me

I’m relieved to seethat even brilliant physicists make mistakes.”Kohler looked …

I’m relieved to seethat even brilliant physicists make mistakes.”Kohler looked over. “What do you mean?”“Whoever wrote that note made a mistake. That column isn’t Ionic. Ionic columns are uniform in width. That one’s tapered. It’s Doric—the Greek counterpart. A common mistake.”Kohler did not smile. “The author meant it as a joke, Mr. Langdon. Ionic means containing ions—electrically charged particles. Most objects contain them.

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