Thomas Henry Huxley quote about progress from The Advance of Science in the Last Half-Century (1887) - Physical science therefore rests on verified or uncontradicted hypotheses; and, such being the case, it is not surprising that a great condition of its progress has been the invention of verifiable hypotheses.
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Physical science therefore rests on verified or uncontradicted hypotheses; and, such being the case, it is not surprising that a great condition of its progress has been the invention of verifiable hypotheses.

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Thomas Henry Huxley quote about progress from The Advance of Science in the Last Half-Century (1887) - Physical science therefore rests on verified or uncontradicted hypotheses; and, such being the case, it is not surprising that a great condition of its progress has been the invention of verifiable hypotheses.
Thomas Henry Huxley quote about progress from The Advance of Science in the Last Half-Century (1887) - Physical science therefore rests on verified or uncontradicted hypotheses; and, such being the case, it is not surprising that a great condition of its progress has been the invention of verifiable hypotheses.
Thomas Henry Huxley quote about progress from The Advance of Science in the Last Half-Century (1887) - Physical science therefore rests on verified or uncontradicted hypotheses; and, such being the case, it is not surprising that a great condition of its progress has been the invention of verifiable hypotheses.
Thomas Henry Huxley quote about progress from The Advance of Science in the Last Half-Century (1887) - Physical science therefore rests on verified or uncontradicted hypotheses; and, such being the case, it is not surprising that a great condition of its progress has been the invention of verifiable hypotheses.