There’s nothing wrong with being unoriginal
Dana Patton
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In fairness to the quote, Newton was being modest. He acknowledged the debt he owed to the scientists and mathematicians who came before him, but he was far from unoriginal. I’m sure that’s the intent of the article, but as you say, change is constant. We need to leverage past successes, but also look for ways to adapt and improve them as we go along.

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