Watson and Crick

I was listening to a programme on Radio 4 the other day about Watson and Crick discovering the structure of DNA. Along with Maurice Wilkins, they received a Nobel Prize for their work. It got me thinking about who I’d like to give a prize to. Quite high on my list would be whoever invented the needle-threader on sewing machines. That is the work of sheer genius. Chicken wire is pretty special too. Then those kitchen utensils that have a little wedge underneath so that they don’t make the work surface dirty. Very clever.

For those of you who don’t know this is called procrastinating…

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