"Science fiction operates a little bit like science itself, in principle. You've got thousands of people exploring ideas, putting forth their own hypotheses. Most of them are dead wrong; a few stand the test of time; everything looks kind of quaint in hind"
This is certainly the first reference I can find in anything like fiction; were there any scientific inquiries at the time?
Thanks to Simon Smith for this entry.
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