Anything Can Happen and Probably Will

Mark Twain (penname of Samuel Langhorne Clemen...

Mark Twain Playing In Tesla's Lab

“There is apparently nothing that cannot happen.”

This quote has been attributed to Mark Twain, who did not even live to see many of the miracles of the modern age as well as the depths that humanity would sink to in the past century.  I  tend to agree with him that anything the human mind can imagine has at least an outside shot of actually coming to pass. So plug in your brain and start dreaming, but please don’t dream up any more nightmares, we have had enough of those lately.

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