Truth is beautiful and divine, no matter how humble its origin; it is the same in the musty boiler-room as it is in the glorious stars of heaven.
We would never get away from it. ... It's bad enough as it is, but with the wireless telephone one could be called up at the opera, in church, in our beds. Where could one be free from interruption?
Look at those animals and remember the greatest scientists in the world have never discovered how to make grass into milk.
Truth is beautiful and divine no matter how humble its origin.
The discovery of an important need is almost as important as the invention which satisfies this need.
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