Percival Lowell Quotes

Percival Lowell Quotes: Speculation has been singularly fruitful as to what these markings on our next to nearest neighbor in space may mean. Each astronomer holds a different pet theory on the subject, and pooh-poohs those of all the others. Nevertheless, the most self-evident explanation from the markings themselves is probably the true one; namely, that in them we are looking upon the result of the work of some sort of intelligent beings. . . . The amazing blue network on Mars hints that one planet besides our own is actually inhabited now.
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Percival Lowell Quote: The whole object of science is to synthesize, and so simplify; and did we but know the uttermost of a subject we could make it singularly clear.
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