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Kate Campbell Dr. Zides – Physics 122 Test 2 Essay March 28, 2008 In Lightman’s essay “Ironland,” Lightman does well at creating plausible explanations as to the existence of this life form. To begin with, there is no other chemical on the planet except for iron. Lightman explains in the essay that because of this there are no chemical reactions such as “photosynthesis, battery power and taste,” (Lightman, 147). This is plausible because it takes elements other than iron to create these reactions. Also because there is only iron on the planet, the creatures there do not rust with there being no chances of oxidation due to the absence of oxygen in “Ironland.” The way Lightman describes sexuality in “Ironland” is also plausible. The character states that in Ironland, “since any magnet has both poles, every person in Ironland is bisexual,” (Lightman, 148). He then goes on to explain that depending on how one is sitting they are either attracted or repulsed by another. This is plausible because in physics we know that all magnets
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This essay was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course PHYS 122 taught by Professor Zides during the Spring '08 term at Wofford.

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