178. Measuring space

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 Measuring space and recognizing the infinite narrowness. Man stranded, between the infinitely small and the infinitely large, has difficulties in understanding his being in this world.

If in his theory about space, Leibniz rules out the existence of extramundane vacuums many people feel outlandish in the vacuums within the world.

More measurably and factually oriented, German geographer Alexander von Humboldt was fascinated by measuring the world and undertook his captivating travels, described by Daniel Kehlmann in his novel " Measuring the World "(German: Die Vermessung der Welt).

More measurably and factually oriented, German geographer Alexander von Humboldt was fascinated by measuring the world and undertook his captivating travels, described by Daniel Kehlmann in his novel " Measuring the World "(German: Die Vermessung ...

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