A noted biologist, who had been studying little green frogs in a swamp, was
stumped. The frog population, despite efforts at predator control, was
declining at an alarming rate. A chemist at a nearby college came up with a
solution: The frogs, due to a chemical change in the swamp water, simply
couldn’t stay coupled long enough to reproduce successfully. The chemist
then brewed up a new adhesive to assist the frogs’ togetherness, which
included one part sodium.
It seems the little green frogs needed some monosodium glue to mate.
Dr Bob Griffin
“Jesus Knows Me, This I Love!”