Jules Verne quote about moon from Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea (1870) - Well, my friend, this earth will one day be that cold corpse; it will become uninhabitable and uninhabited like the moon, which has long since lost all its vital heat.
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Quotes by Jules Verne · Quotes from Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea · Quotes about moon · Quotes about earth · Quotes about heat · Quotes about cold

Well, my friend, this earth will one day be that cold corpse; it will become uninhabitable and uninhabited like the moon, which has long since lost all its vital heat.

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Jules Verne quote about moon from Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea (1870) - Well, my friend, this earth will one day be that cold corpse; it will become uninhabitable and uninhabited like the moon, which has long since lost all its vital heat.
Jules Verne quote about moon from Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea (1870) - Well, my friend, this earth will one day be that cold corpse; it will become uninhabitable and uninhabited like the moon, which has long since lost all its vital heat.
Jules Verne quote about moon from Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea (1870) - Well, my friend, this earth will one day be that cold corpse; it will become uninhabitable and uninhabited like the moon, which has long since lost all its vital heat.
Jules Verne quote about moon from Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea (1870) - Well, my friend, this earth will one day be that cold corpse; it will become uninhabitable and uninhabited like the moon, which has long since lost all its vital heat.