“It was truly amazing to meet him, he wears his mustache just like me,” said Batchelor. He stressed that he was shocked to learn of Chalfie as the two had been separated at birth and had experienced entirely different upbringings.
An equally surprised Chalfie said that although he and his Adventist brother look alike, he himself has never even vaguely contemplated living in a cave. Chalfie also said that, in stark contrast with the surprisingly agile Batchelor, he does not do backflips in front of crowds. “Honestly, I’m a little jealous that those acrobatic abilities weren’t shared with me,” admitted Chalfie. “One backflip in a lecture would earn me all kinds of street cred with my students at Columbia.”
Never one to shy away from new life experiences, Batchelor openly mused on his Facebook page about checking in with Chalfie to see “if I can start doing university lectures on chemistry and maybe he wants to be a televangelist.”
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