Kathleen Krull


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July 29, 1952

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“It is human nature to believe that the phenomena we know are the only ones that exist,” Marie wrote, “and whenever some chance discovery extends the limits of our knowledge we are filled with amazement.” She was talking about radioactivity, but she could almost have been talking about the supernatural: “We cannot become accustomed to the idea that we live in a world that is revealed to us only in a restricted portion of its manifestations.”
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“Marie had professors who said, “don’t trust what people teach you, and above all what I teach you.” In other words, think independently and test supposed “facts.” She was in heaven.”
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