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in the early first century a.d roman physician alice cornelius celsius wrote an encyclopedia the only section which survives today is with regards to diet pharmacy and surgery in this book he details various procedures some of which employ advanced roman medical instruments which have barely changed to this day olfalmic or eye surgery was particularly advanced and calcius outlines a procedure for treating cataracts this involved taking a long sharp needle-like implement and inserting it into the patient’s pupil from there the surgeon would attempt to spear the cataract and stick it to the back of the eye much like chewing gum on a pavement all the while the patient would be conscious many people like to fantasize about living in the past some even join reenactment groups however having read a little celsius if i was offered a one-way time machine trip i must admit i’d be having second thoughts …

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