In a recent Ignite Baltimore talk called "What is Magic?" London reflected on the nature of power, magic, and wonder. "It seems that magic can always be found at the crossroads of consciousness, at the synthesis of dualities," he said. Somehow, dualities meet in five little glass vials that hold the discarded toenail clippings of Richard Nixon, Bob Barker, Sally Struthers, Donnie and Marie Osmond, and Mick Jagger. Audience members are given the oh-so-pleasant experience of grasping a bottle of discarded biomass and building a psychic rapport with it. They must allow the humble cast-offs of one of those celebrities to overcome them, and, invariably, they will mystically ascertain the identity of their randomly chosen groomer. As a trick, it's not going to shake the pillars of the Earth, but London's aim isn't the trick. He sets his sights on magic, and there, he hits his mark.