Thomas Henry Huxley about change (“The Advance of Science in the Last Half-Century”, 1887) - It should never be forgotten that what we call 'catastrophes,' are, in relation to the earth, changes, the equivalents of which would be well represented by the development of a few pimples, or the scratch of a pin, on a man's head.
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It should never be forgotten that what we call 'catastrophes,' are, in relation to the earth, changes, the equivalents of which would be well represented by the development of a few pimples, or the scratch of a pin, on a man's head.
 Thomas Henry HuxleyThe Advance of Science in the Last Half-Century (1887). copy citation

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