Tuesday, May 22, 2012 at 4:46 pm (Updated: May 22, 5:29 pm)
Two medieval beings chatted about the science of astronomy in the late 15th century.
One marvelled, “The Renaissance is just barely beginning, and soon we’re supposed to become great painters, poets, scientists and philosophers, and already, scientists know the names of most of the planets. Without having traveled into outer space, how could anyone know these things?”
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