Jules Verne quote about nature from Journey to the Center of the Earth - however great and stupendous the phenomena of nature, fixed physical laws will or may always explain them.
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however great and stupendous the phenomena of nature, fixed physical laws will or may always explain them.
 Jules Verne, Journey to the Center of the Earth (1864). copy citation

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Author Jules Verne
Source Journey to the Center of the Earth
Topic nature science
Date 1864
Language English
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Note Translated by Frederick Amadeus Malleson
Weblink http://www.gutenberg.org/files/3748/3748-h/3748-h.htm

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“Perhaps even this water, subjected to the fierce action of central heat, had partly been resolved into vapour. This would explain the existence of those clouds suspended over our heads and the development of that electricity which raised such tempests within the bowels of the earth.
This theory of the phenomena we had witnessed seemed satisfactory to me; for however great and stupendous the phenomena of nature, fixed physical laws will or may always explain them. We were therefore walking upon sedimentary soil, the deposits of the waters of former ages. The Professor was carefully examining every little fissure in the rocks. Wherever he saw a hole he always wanted to know the depth of it.” source
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