Suppose you could go back in time three hundred years to be among the people of 1679! Imagine their reaction to some of the marvels you might describe—airplanes, spaceships, computers, television, to name only a few. Would they believe you? Probably not, because your explanations would exceed what to them would seem scientifically possible.
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