John Frederic Daniell Quote

Man may almost with propriety be said to be a meteorologist by nature: he is naturally placed in such a state of dependence upon the elements, that to watch their vicissitudes and anticipate their disturbances, becomes a necessary portion of the labor to which he is born.


Meteorological Essays and Observations, An Essay on the Constitution of the Atmosphere (p. 1)

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Man may almost with propriety be said to be a meteorologist by nature: he is naturally placed in such a state of dependence upon the elements, that...

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Man may almost with propriety be said to be a meteorologist by nature: he is naturally placed in such a state of dependence upon the elements, that...

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Man may almost with propriety be said to be a meteorologist by nature: he is naturally placed in such a state of dependence upon the elements, that...

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Man may almost with propriety be said to be a meteorologist by nature: he is naturally placed in such a state of dependence upon the elements, that...