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Art "loosens and embellishes the linkage between what is observed and an explanatory hypothesis," writes Goldes in a photoessay describing connections between his work and science and incorporating pictures that explore the physicality of water. "The best pictures, like the best equations, are elegant, and implicitly argue that they are the only solution."