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Did Dmitri Mendeleev make the periodic table?

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It's interesting to note that Dmitri Mendeleyev "reported, 'I saw in a dream a table where all the elements fell into place as required. Awakening, I immediately wrote it down on a piece of paper. Only in one place did a correction later seem necessary.' As a result of this dream, the periodic table of the elements was created. It enabled Mendeleyev to predict the existence, as well as the properties, of three new elements; those elements were discovered within fifteen years." (See B. Kedrov, "On the Question of Scientific Creativity," Voprosy Psikologii3, 1957, p. 91-113)

The above quote comes from the book, Our Dreaming Minds, by Robert L. Van de Castle, Ph.D., former director of the Sleep and Dream Laboratory at the University of Virginia Medical School.

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