A Things of Science unit from August, 1961 on survival food. And sure enough, it contained survival food — fifty-six years old!
Of course I didn’t eat it. But of course it crossed my mind.
Here is the booklet:
Things of Science #250 — Survival Food
More Things of Science scanned here.
People have long attributed meaning to flowers. Starting in Ottoman Turkey and popular in Victorian England, the language of flowers, also called floriography, is “a means of cryptological communication through the use or arrangement of flowers.” The meaning assigned to each flower varied, but a consensus emerged for the meaning of common flowers.