Imagine the New York Public Library cutting every manual in half daily, or more often, and sending every month entire halves to a library in London.
The article survived peer-review and was accepted for publication despite the open hostility of the journal’s top editors!
“Here we are confronted with definitive findings in favor of a powerful genius who foresaw and precisely orchestrated chemistry as a whole for life.”
Like a skilled workman, the cell maintains “An array of tools, each one finely tuned.”
Fans of H. G. Wells are probably familiar with his 1904 short story, “The Country of the Blind.”