What have We Learned?
I will not summarize the unsummarizable. I will start with a quote from Kepler, and if I don’t give it in Latin but almost in Hungarian, please forgive me. When Kepler published his great discoveries, he made a statement in the introduction which was incredibly presumptuous but at the same time even a little more modest than presumptuous. He said, this book ‘may wait 100 years for a reader.’ (Incidentally, he was right. Newton read it a century later and used it as a basis of classical physics.) I don’t mind, he went on, ‘since God has also waited six thousand years for a witness.’
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