It’s easy for us to look back and assume that everything went smoothly for those who were the first with an amazing idea. It’s also easy for us to miss the fact that ideas that are commonly accepted now were once wild ideas in the view of the established schools of thought. The most obvious examples are the ideas that were considered heretical by the Catholic church, but those were not the only ideas that brought ridicule to visionaries in their time. Sometimes the ridicule came from other men of science.
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Gina Hagler is a freelance writer and published author. Her published work includes pieces on science, health, technology, food, and history. Her book on applied fluid dynamics and scale model testing was published by Springer. She is currently under contract for a book on bridge success and failures.
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