So, Mr. Brown, if you look through this very advanced microscope, you can see these tiny little blocks.
Blocks, you say? I have seen wonders indescribable, far greater than these 'blocks.' For example, are you aware of the presence of a central unit, which I call a nucleus, inside each of those miniscule compartments?
Did someone say 'tiny blocks?' I have observed them inside several plant types.
Likewise, but with animals rather than plants.
Hmm, what about 'cells,' due to their similarities in shape to jail cells.?
It is clear these tiny blocks need a greater name for the scientific community.
What a novel idea, Hooke! Now, what do we know about cells thus far?
Excellent question, Schleiden! We know that cells are seemingly found in all living organisms, and that all living organisms are composed of one or more of them.
I, Virchow, would also like to add that all cells are created from preexisting ones!