Interstice Quotes (3 quotes)
Facts to [Herbert] Hoover's brain are as water to a sponge; they are absorbed into every tiny interstice.
The orbits of certainties touch one another; but in the interstices there is room enough for error to go forth and prevail.
Within the nucleus [of a cell] is a network of fibers, a sap fills the interstices of the network. The network resolves itself into a definite number of threads at each division of the cell. These threads we call chromosomes. Each species of animals and plants possesses a characteristic number of these threads which have definite size and sometimes a specific shape and even characteristic granules at different levels. Beyond this point our strongest microscopes fail to penetrate.