John Tyndall Quote

The first experiment a child makes is a physical experiment: the suction-pump is but an imitation of the first act of every new-born infant.


'On the Study of Physics', From a Lecture delivered in the Royal Institution of Great Britain in the Spring of 1854. Fragments of Science for Unscientific People: A Series of Detached Essays, Lectures, and Reviews (1892), Vol. 1

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The first experiment a child makes is a physical experiment: the suction-pump is but an imitation of the first act of every new-born infant.

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The first experiment a child makes is a physical experiment: the suction-pump is but an imitation of the first act of every new-born infant.

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The first experiment a child makes is a physical experiment: the suction-pump is but an imitation of the first act of every new-born infant.

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The first experiment a child makes is a physical experiment: the suction-pump is but an imitation of the first act of every new-born infant.