Wool Glands

There were days when Sir John Mandeville and Baron von Münchhausen told tales and people swallowed them. People were no more credulous then than-now, but less was known of the geography of the world and of what strange things might be discovered in unknown parts. It was unwise to doubt too much for fear of being damned later by the facts.

The average man today is in much the same position in regard to science. It is on this account that many tall stories about the miracles...

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