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"The history of human knowledge has shown uninterruptedly that we owe the vast majority of the most valuable discoveries to the incidental, accidental events, so that in the end it simply became a necessity to find useful applications for the future and inventions that came about out of the blue may come and are outside the realm of ordinary expectation to be given the widest consideration. It is no longer philosophical to take as a basis what was limited by the vision of an earlier time.”


CA Dupin in a story by Edgar Allan Poe

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