Not many things are impossible.
Far fewer than we might think.
Back when the world was flat, to say otherwise was hearsay.
In the Age of Steam, the idea of bacteria was ridiculous.
And when we thought we’d figured out the mechanics of the Universe, when it was preposterous to suggest that something could move faster than light, we discovered that light itself could be in two places at once.
Things only seem impossible, until they’re not.
And that’s often much sooner than we think.