The Little Dude Inside

An aside to yesterday’s thread: (and it’s own thread, here)

Well into the Enlightenment, most educated people thought it was impossible for highly complex beings (like humans) to be assembled from parts. Therefore, everything grew out of teeny-tiny versions of themselves, all created at the same time.

Nicholas Hartsoeker’s drawing of tiny people inside a sperm cell, from 1695.
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