H. G. Wells about intelligence (“The Time Machine”, 1895) - The too-perfect security of the Upper-worlders had led them to a slow movement of degeneration, to a general dwindling in size, strength, and intelligence.
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The too-perfect security of the Upper-worlders had led them to a slow movement of degeneration, to a general dwindling in size, strength, and intelligence.
 H. G. Wells, The Time Machine (1895). copy citation

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