“One of the things Maxwell learned from his reading was the fallibility of men's efforts to understand the world. All of the great scientists had made mistakes. He was acutely aware of his own tendency to make errors in calculation.”


Basil Mahon, The Man Who Changed Everything: The Life of James Clerk Maxwell
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