Sunday, January 24, 2010
xylograph \ˈzī-lä-ˌgraf\ noun: 1. An engraving in wood, especially one used for printing, 2. a print taken from an engraving in wood
Etymology: Greek xylo- wood + -graph something written or drawn
TWENTY-FOUR — At this time scientists in Project Greensleeves and its daughter operation Project Lucifer cannot bioengineer photosynthesis and bioluminescence in the same person. It is believed humans will develop into two sub-species: the green Homo sapiens chlorophyllensis and the blue Homo sapiens luciferensis.