me that the lack of conformity between the answers and my questions
arose not by the fault of science but from my ignorance, but the
matter was for me not a game or an amusement but one of life and
death, and I was involuntarily brought to the conviction that my
questions were the only legitimate ones, forming the basis of all
knowledge, and that I with my questions was not to blame, but
science if it pretends to reply to those questions.
My question -- that which at the age of fifty brought me to