It seems to me that whenever I have been around a laboratory at a time when something very interesting has happened, it has at first seemed to be quite funny. There’s laughter connected with the surprise — it does look funny. And whenever you hear laughter and somebody saying, ‘But that’s preposterous!’ — you can tell that things are going well and that something probably worth looking at has begun to happen in the lab. — Lewis Thomas, the former dean of medicine at Yale and president of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Institute
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