“Indeed, what is there that does not appear marvelous when it comes to our knowledge for the first time? How many things, too, are looked upon as quite impossible until they have been actually effected?Rate this quote:(0.00 / 0 votes)
Pliny the Elder, Natural History
Roman scholar & scientist (23 AD - 79 AD)
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