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“At first, I just assumed it must have been a bug that had fallen into the water and was swimming across the surface,” Gould recounts, “but then realized the bug was upside-down and below the water’s surface.”
Gould’s recording of the beetle showed an air bubble trapped along the creature’s upturned belly.
“There often isn’t one magic bullet that’s going to fix everything,” Gould said.Daydreaming is surprisingly hard. Here’s how to do it better.|Allyson Chiu|March 12, 2021|Washington Post
He patented his walkie-talkie in 1938, at the age of 20, and was tinkering with a wrist-size version when Gould came calling.Toys Are the Future of Philosophy - Issue 93: Forerunners|Jonathon Keats|December 9, 2020|Nautilus
Older workers could take jobs that would typical go to entry-level applicants, Gould said.Are America’s twenty-somethings doomed to become a lost generation?|Bernhard Warner|October 24, 2020|Fortune
Other writers and editors and feminists in all fields took to Twitter to defend Gould.Is This The Most Hated Man in Books?: Twitter vs. Edward Champion|Brandy Zadrozny|September 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
His movie producer character, Bobby Gould, is restrained but still crackling with energy.
When did Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould tell you about their idea for a spinoff?The King of Dramedy: Bob Odenkirk on ‘Nebraska,’ ‘Breaking Bad,’ and ‘Better Call Saul’|Andrew Romano|November 17, 2013|DAILY BEAST
You and the late American evolutionary biologist Stephen Jay Gould often disagreed over your respective theories on evolution.
And I think [Gould] was guilty of using a poetic language to conflate those three kinds of episodic changes.
Id have made more of it, added Bobby, only Miss Gould didnt seem to care for that kind of poetry.
Miss Gould will confine her lectures this week in English to the discussion of plays and play-making.
Miss Gould called me and I hastily thrust the papers, which I particularly told you were the question papers, into this drawer.
Mr. Baring-Gould says that Brychan lived in the fifth century, and that Morwenna was probably his grand-daughter.
Mr. Baring-Gould evidently uses the word piscina as meaning the whole recess beside the altar.