In 1886 33 Geographers, Natural Scientists, World Travelers, Mathematicians, Archaeologists, and other worthy and recognized men decided to form an alliance. They would produce a journal to explain their findings, making them available to all learned folk. Science on parade.
They ratified their ambitious resolution on January 27, 1888, and the National Geographic Society was founded. An astounding vision these men shared, and their accomplishment stands today. Without it, how would people find out about Rhinos? We do what We can, but Rhinos admit more is always both possible and desireable.
So. Hooray for them, and the legacy they created together. Thank you.
Officially, We Rhinos know nothing about Chemistry. There must be a great many Chemistries inside each of Us, but how they function and interact is their business, not ours. We must simply hope We are programmed correctly, and let it go at that.
Nature must be good at planning Us, or We Rhinos would not be here to acknowledge Nature’s brilliance.
Our chart is probably not useful to Chemists. We just used ‘Rs’ for all the Chemistries, since it didn’t look legit without them. It is an excellent chart since it has so many colors.
Rhinos like surprises, though We are less fond of the Alarming sort of novelty than the delighful sort.
What is also a prime element of Surprises is who provided the surprise. We learn a lot about the mindset of the donor from what is in the box. These surprises reflect a lot about the relationship of the sender and the sendee.
Surprises are a relatively innocent form of Assault, all things considered.
Rhinos know of the Passage of Time, but We are uncertain about how it occurs, and whether it adheres to any set game plan. Is Time consistent or does it lurch ahead of itself, or contrariwise, does it stop and appreciate itself for blocks of Time of indeterminate length? One Millenium or a herd of Millenia?
Who Knows? What Critter is in a position to analize the situation?
NO, Not Rhinos: Surprise! The Answer is: Nobody! And so, Take Your Time, say We.
RhinoTales tell of treks across the sea. Heroes who have are hailed by one and all. They are also working for the betterment of their folk.
It’s interesting that some young Rhinos feel they deserve praise and gratitude for expressing interest. Potential perhaps, but no sense of perspective, no track record. For the hardworking folk in their field, they can be mighty tedious.
We often recommend the Entitled Youngsters go to the shore and command the waves, just to see what happens.