Supermodel of Equations

One way to look at the history of modern science is to say that it represents a century-by-century reordering of common sense. Copernicus showed us we weren’t standing still at the center of the universe. Galileo showed us that all motion is relative depending on who observes it. Darwin showed us that our bodies and minds are the result of eons of natural selection. None of these things seemed true at first glance. An outtake from The Boston Globe