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Sunday Micro: Fifty Words, Something About Mass

The Charge Against Him: Selling Watered Down Tobacco

A century after they guillotined him, they erected a statue, using a spare head rolling around elsewhere. They melted him for the war, never replaced him, this Father of Modern Chemistry who'd recognized that matter could be burnt to ash or heated to steam, but its mass would never change.

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