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Some Wit, Wisdom & Bewilderment

True science is distinctively the study of useless things. For the useful things will get studied without the aid of scientific men. To employ these rare minds on such work is like running a steam engine by burning diamonds.
The Principal Lessons of the History of Science, c. 1896