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Ne 10
Ne, atomic number 10, a very common element in the universe, but rare on Earth,
found only in trace amounts in our atmosphere, is a colorless, inert noble gas
under standard conditions. Discovered 1898 by British chemists Sir William
Ramsay (1852—1916) and Morris W. Travers (1872—1961) at University College
London when Ramsay chilled a sample of air until liquid, warmed the liquid air,
and captured several gases, each as they boiled off. Neon, commercially
extracted from air since 1902, gives a distinct reddish-orange glow when used
in either low-voltage lamps or in high-voltage discharge tubes. And additional
colors in advertising signs.
Writer, digital art, digital lettering: James Sherman
Not to be confused with Wisdom. Or Experience.
To GROK one must be alert to all fruits of this tree, comprehend how it all exists simultaneously, and understand how to use all of it in coherent creative expression of one’s imagination.
Written by James Sherman
Digital Illustration by James Sherman 
• ©2001 James Sherman
We cycle, more like a pendulum than a clock, through various emotions throughout each relationship with signifcant friends and family. We also juggle a cycle for every person we encounter each day throughout each project we undertake. Recognition of position on each cycle and acknowledgement of behavior informs choice for improvement of action.
Digital Illustration by James Sherman
©2012 James Sherman
Experience required.
©2012 James Sherman