990 Best Science Quotes

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Albert Einstein No amount of experimentation can ever prove me right

1.    When, as we must often do, we fear science, we really fear ourselves.    —   John Charles Polanyi
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2.    Religion is something left over from the infancy of our intelligence, it will fade away as we adopt reason and science as our guidelines.    —   Bertrand Russell
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3.    Sadly, embryonic stem cell research is completely legal in this country and has been going on at universities and research facilities for years.    —   Mike Pence
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4.    Science is always discovering odd scraps of magical wisdom and making a tremendous fuss about its cleverness.    —   Aleister Crowley
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5.    The science of today is the technology of tomorrow.    —   Edward Teller
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6.    As the Nation’s primary supporter of research in the physical sciences, the DOE Office of Science led the way in creating a unique system of large-scale, specialized, often one-of-a-kind facilities for scientific discovery.    —   Judy Biggert
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7.    One of the nice things about science fiction is that it lets us carry out thought experiments.    —   Rudy Rucker
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8.    There’s a new science out called orthomolecular medicine. You correct the chemical imbalance with amino acids and vitamins and minerals that are naturally in the body.    —   Margot Kidder
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9.    If you start any large theory, such as quantum mechanics, plate tectonics, evolution, it takes about 40 years for mainstream science to come around. Gaia has been going for only 30 years or so.    —   James Lovelock
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10.    A powerful attraction exists, therefore, to the promotion of a study and of duties of all others engrossing the time most completely, and which is less benefited than most others by any acquaintance with science.    —   Charles Babbage
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11.    If history and science have taught us anything, it is that passion and desire are not the same as truth.    —   E. O. Wilson
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12.    I was really bright as a kid and tested well, and it was clear that I was going to get scholarships to any schools I wanted. My dad always said I could be an engineer at that time it was the elite of society: steady job, working in science, which was then the answer to every problem we had. It was kind of a mandate. Kind of a dream he had for me.    —   James Wood
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13.    I would argue that the issue of God and the issue of science have the same roots.    —   Dinesh D’Souza
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14.    The humanities need to be defended today against the encroachments of physical science, as they once needed to be against the encroachment of theology.    —   Irving Babbitt
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15.    The greatest advances of civilization, whether in architecture or painting, in science and literature, in industry or agriculture, have never come from centralized government.    —   Milton Friedman
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16.    I have a Ph.D. in cell biology. And that’s really manual labor. I mean, experimental science, you do it with your hands. So it’s very different. You’re out there in a lab, cleaning test tubes, and it just wasn’t that fascinating.    —   Barbara Ehrenreich
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17.    Books are the money of Literature, but only the counters of Science.    —   Thomas Huxley
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18.    Science does not know its debt to imagination.    —   Ralph Waldo Emerson
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19.    We know from science that nothing in the universe exists as an isolated or independent entity.    —   Margaret J. Wheatley
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20.    Raising children is a creative endeavor, an art rather than a science.    —   Bruno Bettelheim
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21.    If we wish to make a new world we have the material ready. The first one, too, was made out of chaos.    —   Robert Quillen
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22.    One of the reasons I did this, because I wasn’t really looking for another science fiction film, was that my daughter can see it. She’s 9 and it’s really a good film for all ages.    —   Sigourney Weaver
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23.    The virtues of science are skepticism and independence of thought.    —   Walter Gilbert
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24.    Don’t you see what’s at stake here? The ultimate aim of all science to penetrate the unknown. Do you realize we know less about the earth we live on than about the stars and the galaxies of outer space? The greatest mystery is right here, right under our feet.    —   Walter Reisch
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25.    We in science are spoiled by the success of mathematics. Mathematics is the study of problems so simple that they have good solutions.    —   Whitfield Diffie
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26.    That which today calls itself science gives us more and more information, and indigestible glut of information, and less and less understanding.    —   Edward Abbey
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27.    Science fiction, to me, has not only things that wouldn’t happen, but other planets.    —   Margaret Atwood
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28.    I would be more frightened as a writer if people thought my movies were like science fiction.    —   Neil LaBute
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29.    Science is wonderfully equipped to answer the question ‘How?’ but it gets terribly confused when you ask the question ‘Why?’    —   Erwin Chargaff
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30.    I like fantasy. I like horror, science fiction because I can get avant-garde with those performances in those movies.    —   Nicolas Cage
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31.    We have found that where science has progressed the farthest, the mind has but regained from nature that which the mind put into nature.    —   Arthur Eddington
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32.    When I’m not writing, I read loads of fiction, but I’ve been writing quite constantly lately so I’ve been reading a lot of nonfiction – philosophy, religion, science, history, social or cultural studies.    —   Irvine Welsh
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Albert Einstein Only two things are infinite the universe and human

33.    Carl took on the military-industrial complex. He campaigned around the world for an end to the production of weapons of mass destruction. To him it was a perversion of science.    —   Ann Druyan
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34.    Politics is not an exact science.    —   Otto von Bismarck
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35.    Everything in food is science. The only subjective part is when you eat it.    —   Alton Brown
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36.    Beyond that, I seem to be compelled to write science fiction, rather than fantasy or mysteries or some other genre more likely to climb onto bestseller lists even though I enjoy reading a wide variety of literature, both fiction and nonfiction.    —   Joan D. Vinge
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37.    Many of the mainstream agricultural scientists, especially at the agricultural schools, but at all of our major universities, are tied into all sorts of contractual relationships and consulting relationships with the life science companies.    —   Jeremy Rifkin
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38.    To those who have chosen the profession of medicine, a knowledge of chemistry, and of some branches of natural history, and, indeed, of several other departments of science, affords useful assistance.    —   Charles Babbage
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39.    I think the reason people are dealing with science less well now than 50 years ago is that it has become so complicated.    —   James D. Watson
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40.    Growing up in the ’70s and ’80s, science fiction and especially fantasy had such a stigma attached to them. I felt so punished and exiled for being devoted to these things.    —   Lev Grossman
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41.    What is a scientist after all? It is a curious man looking through a keyhole, the keyhole of nature, trying to know what’s going on.    —   Jacques Yves Cousteau
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42.    Science knows only one commandment – contribute to science.    —   Bertolt Brecht
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43.    Science is his forte, and omniscience his foible.    —   Sydney Smith
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44.    Questions have arisen about the policing of science. Who is responsible for the policing? My answer is: all of us.    —   Serge Lang
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45.    Math is sometimes called the science of patterns.    —   Ronald Graham
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46.    The conscious purpose of science is control of Nature its unconscious effect is disruption and chaos.    —   William Irwin Thompson
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47.    Much of today’s public anxiety about science is the apprehension that we may forever be overlooking the whole by an endless, obsessive preoccupation with the parts.    —   Lewis Thomas
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48.    Whenever you deal with science fiction you are setting up a world of rules. I think you work hard to establish the rules. And you also have to work even harder to maintain those rules, and within that find excitement and unpredictability and all that stuff.    —   Joel Edgerton
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49.    HGH testing is happening in Olympics. The science is there. It is a valid test.    —   Roger Goodell
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50.    Science fiction was never my thing. I have no interest in it.    —   Denis Leary
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51.    What’s different here is that we have now technologies that allow these life science companies to bypass classical breeding. That’s what makes it both powerful and exciting.    —   Jeremy Rifkin
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52.    We’re uncomfortable about considering history as a science. It’s classified as a social science, which is considered not quite scientific.    —   Jared Diamond
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53.    Natural science, does not simply describe and explain nature it is part of the interplay between nature and ourselves.    —   Werner Heisenberg
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54.    I didn’t invent forensic science and medicine. I just was one of the first people to recognize how interesting it is.    —   Patricia Cornwell
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55.    Goethe died in 1832. As you know, Goethe was very active in science. In fact, he did some very good scientific work in plant morphology and mineralogy. But he was quite bitter at the way in which many scientists refused to grant him a hearing because he was a poet and therefore, they felt, he couldn’t be serious.    —   Stephen Jay Gould
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56.    Weapons of mass destruction aren’t pulled out of a black hat like a white rabbit at a magic show. They’re produced in factories. There’s science and technology involved. They’re not produced in a hole in the ground or in a basement.    —   Scott Ritter
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57.    Specialized meaninglessness has come to be regarded, in certain circles, as a kind of hallmark of true science.    —   Aldous Huxley
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58.    The god whom science recognizes must be a God of universal laws exclusively, a God who does a wholesale, not a retail business. He cannot accommodate his processes to the convenience of individuals.    —   William James
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59.    I don’t think immortality is necessarily the key to understanding the world. You have to be careful with what you think you’re achieving. I’m all for science discovering amazing and fantastic things about our world, but I think the motivations behind it are slightly askew.    —   Reggie Watts
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60.    Your theory is crazy, but it’s not crazy enough to be true.    —   Niels Bohr
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61.    Medicine is a science of uncertainty and an art of probability.    —   William Osler
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62.    Man has to awaken to wonder – and so perhaps do peoples. Science is a way of sending him to sleep again.    —   Ludwig Wittgenstein
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63.    It may be far in the future, but there’s some kind of logical way to get from where we are to where the science fiction is.    —   Elizabeth Moon
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64.    As it turns out, what looks like science sometimes is not.    —   Jose Padilha
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65.    It stands to the everlasting credit of science that by acting on the human mind it has overcome man’s insecurity before himself and before nature.    —   Albert Einstein
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Edward Teller A fact is a simple statement that everyone believes

66.    From all this it follows what the general character of the problem of the development of a body of scientific knowledge is, in so far as it depends on elements internal to science itself.    —   Talcott Parsons
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67.    The central task of science is to arrive, stage by stage, at a clearer comprehension of nature, but this does not at all mean, as it is sometimes claimed to mean, a search for mastery over nature.    —   Lewis Thomas
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68.    As long as men are free to ask what they must, free to say what they think, free to think what they will, freedom can never be lost and science can never regress.    —   Marcel Proust
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69.    I read Popular Mechanics, Popular Science, Reader’s Digest… I read some responsible journalism, and from that, I form my own opinions. I also happen to be intelligent, and I question everything.    —   Gary Coleman
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70.    I think a lot of people are frightened of technology and frightened of change, and the way to deal with something you’re frightened of is to make fun of it. That’s why science fiction fans are dismissed as geeks and nerds.    —   Iain Banks
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71.    It was generally believed that Catholics were not interested in arts and science graduate schools. They weren’t going to be intellectuals. And so I put the theses to the test. And they all collapsed.    —   Andrew Greeley
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72.    The most important thing we can do is inspire young minds and to advance the kind of science, math and technology education that will help youngsters take us to the next phase of space travel.    —   John Glenn
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73.    Nevertheless, as is a frequent occurrence in science, a general hypothesis was constructed from a few specific instances of a phenomenon.    —   Sidney Altman
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74.    Science fiction let me do both. It let me look into science and stick my nose in everywhere.    —   Octavia Butler
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75.    Without renouncing the support of physics, it is possible for the physiology of the senses, not only to pursue its own course of development, but also to afford to physical science itself powerful assistance.    —   Ernst Mach
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76.    Science fiction writers, I am sorry to say, really do not know anything. We can’t talk about science, because our knowledge of it is limited and unofficial, and usually our fiction is dreadful.    —   Philip K. Dick
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77.    A satellite has no conscience.    —   Edward R. Murrow
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78.    We tried war, we tried aggression, we tried intervention. None of it works. Why don’t we try peace, as a science of human relations, not as some vague notion – as everyday work.    —   Dennis Kucinich
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79.    When we see the shadow on our images, are we seeing the time 11 minutes ago on Mars? Or are we seeing the time on Mars as observed from Earth now? It’s like time travel problems in science fiction. When is now when was then?    —   Bill Nye
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80.    Of all the failed technologies that litter the onward march of science – steam carriages, zeppelins, armoured trains – none has been so catastrophic to prosperity as the last century’s attempt to generate electricity from nuclear fission.    —   James Buchan
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81.    The thing about science is that it’s an accurate picture of the world.    —   Jonathan Miller
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82.    My background was computer science and business school, so eventually I worked my way up where I was running product groups – development, testing, marketing, user education.    —   Melinda Gates
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83.    When science, art, literature, and philosophy are simply the manifestation of personality they are on a level where glorious and dazzling achievements are possible, which can make a man’s name live for thousands of years.    —   Denis Diderot
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84.    Research is of considerable importance in certain fields, such as science and history.    —   Fred Saberhagen
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85.    This world, after all our science and sciences, is still a miracle wonderful, inscrutable, magical and more, to whosoever will think of it.    —   Thomas Carlyle
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86.    We must revisit the idea that science is a methodology and not an ontology.    —   Deepak Chopra
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87.    The method of political science is the interpretation of life its instrument is insight, a nice understanding of subtle, unformulated conditions.    —   Woodrow Wilson
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88.    He who would do good to another must do it in Minute Particulars: general Good is the plea of the scoundrel, hypocrite, and flatterer, for Art and Science cannot exist but in minutely organized Particulars.    —   William Blake
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89.    Science without conscience is the death of the soul.    —   Francois Rabelais
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90.    Science does not permit exceptions.    —   Claude Bernard
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91.    In praising science, it does not follow that we must adopt the very poor philosophies which scientific men have constructed. In philosophy they have much more to learn than to teach.    —   Dean Inge
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92.    Like many students, I found the drudgery of real experiments and the slowness of progress a complete shock, and at my low points I contemplated other alternative careers including study of the philosophy or sociology of science.    —   Paul Nurse
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93.    Part of the reason that our politics seems so tough right now and facts and science and argument does not seem to be winning the day all the time is because we’re hardwired not to always think clearly when we’re scared. And the country’s scared.    —   Barack Obama
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94.    We sat around on a hotel balcony with a bottle of wine and tried to figure out how you would go about blowing up a planet. That’s the kind of conversations science fiction writers have when they get together. We don’t talk about football or anything like that.    —   Kevin J. Anderson
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95.    I wanted to have a political career. I thought studying political science would be the best way to achieve it.    —   Bianca Jagger
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96.    I’ve always been a fan of science fiction films, and I’ve never been able to put my particular spin on it.    —   Ivan Reitman
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97.    Since coming to Congress, I have been advocating for increased resources for research in the physical sciences and for the Department of Energy Office of Science in particular.    —   Judy Biggert
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98.    Now science has presented us with a hope called stem cell research, which may provide our scientists with many answers that have for so long been beyond our grasp.    —   Nancy Reagan
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George Bernard Shaw Science never solves a problem without creating ten

99.    Human Nature is the only science of man and yet has been hitherto the most neglected.    —   David Hume
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100.    Leave the atom alone.    —   E. Y. Harburg
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101.    The whole history of science has been the gradual realization that events do not happen in an arbitrary manner, but that they reflect a certain underlying order, which may or may not be divinely inspired.    —   Stephen Hawking
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102.    In teaching man, experimental science results in lessening his pride more and more by proving to him every day that primary causes, like the objective reality of things, will be hidden from him forever and that he can only know relations.    —   Claude Bernard
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103.    In beef trade issues, we base our decisions upon science.    —   Mike Johanns
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104.    My fiction is reviewed by the mainstream press, by science fiction periodicals, romance magazines, small press publications and various other journals, including some usually devoted to archaeological and other science material.    —   Jean M. Auel
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105.    Now, Venus is an extremely hostile environment, and as such presents a lot of challenges for a science fiction author who wants to create life there. However, as I began to research it more thoroughly, I found myself intrigued by the possibilities the world offers.    —   Sarah Zettel
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106.    The origin of life is one of the great outstanding mysteries of science.    —   Paul Davies
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107.    We live in a society exquisitely dependent on science and technology, in which hardly anyone knows anything about science and technology.    —   Carl Sagan
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108.    I had bohemian parents in Seattle in the last ’60s living in a houseboat. My dad wrote science fiction novels and painted big murals and oil paintings.    —   Rainn Wilson
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109.    We have failed to protect science against speculative extensions of nature, continuing to assign physical and mathematical properties to hypothetical entities beyond what is observable in nature.    —   Robert Lanza
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110.    We seem to have a compulsion these days to bury time capsules in order to give those people living in the next century or so some idea of what we are like.    —   Alfred Hitchcock
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111.    Science knows no country, because knowledge belongs to humanity, and is the torch which illuminates the world.    —   Louis Pasteur
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112.    In science, we must be interested in things, not in persons.    —   Marie Curie
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113.    Computer science is no more about computers than astronomy is about telescopes.    —   Edsger Dijkstra
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114.    I had people in my life who didn’t give up on me: my mother, my aunt, my science teacher. I had one-on-one speech therapy. I had a nanny who spent all day playing turn-taking games with me.    —   Temple Grandin
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115.    Amazingly when you add life and consciousness to the equation you can actually explain some of the biggest puzzles of science.    —   Robert Lanza
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116.    Science reckons many prophets, but there is not even a promise of a Messiah.    —   Thomas Huxley
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117.    Though we do need more women to graduate with technical degrees, I always like to remind women that you don’t need to have science or technology degrees to build a career in tech.    —   Susan Wojcicki
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118.    Politics is a science. You can demonstrate that you are right and that others are wrong.    —   Jean-Paul Sartre
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119.    I’m crazy about Grant: his character, his nature, his science in fighting and everything else. But I don’t like the idea that he never accepted the blame for anything, always found someone else to blame for any mistake that was ever made, including blaming Prentiss for Shiloh.    —   Shelby Foote
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120.    If we long to believe that the stars rise and set for us, that we are the reason there is a Universe, does science do us a disservice in deflating our conceits?    —   Carl Sagan
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121.    I would like to do a science fiction film some day. Star Wars seems really to have destroyed the genre, which at one time offered great musical opportunities.    —   Carter Burwell
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122.    I love science fiction.    —   Pam Grier
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123.    Evolution is the fundamental idea in all of life science – in all of biology.    —   Ray Comfort
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124.    We are born at a given moment, in a given place and, like vintage years of wine, we have the qualities of the year and of the season of which we are born. Astrology does not lay claim to anything more.    —   Carl Jung
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125.    The artist does not illustrate science (but) he frequently responds to the same interests that a scientist does.    —   Lewis Mumford
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126.    The violent reaction on the recent development of modern physics can only be understood when one realises that here the foundations of physics have started moving and that this motion has caused the feeling that the ground would be cut from science.    —   Werner Heisenberg
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127.    Neither science, nor the politics in power, nor the mass media, nor business, nor the law nor even the military are in a position to define or control risks rationally.    —   Ulrich Beck
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128.    A permanent base on Mars would have a number of advantages beyond being a bonanza for planetary science and geology. If, as some evidence suggests, exotic micro-organisms have arisen independently of terrestrial life, studying them could revolutionise biology, medicine and biotechnology.    —   Paul Davies
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129.    It’s time to let science and medicine, not politics and rhetoric, lead us to good, sound policy.    —   Eliot Spitzer
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130.    If modernist naturalism were true, there would be no objective truth outside of science. In that case right and wrong would be a matter of cultural preference, or political power, and the power already available to modernists ideologies would be overwhelming.    —   Phillip E. Johnson
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131.    Science consists exactly of those forms of knowledge that can be verified and duplicated by anybody.    —   Seth Lloyd
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Isaac Asimov The saddest aspect of life right now is that science

132.    No amount of experimentation can ever prove me right a single experiment can prove me wrong.    —   Albert Einstein
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133.    Modern science, then, so far from being an enemy of romance, is seen on every hand to be its sympathetic and resourceful friend, its swift and irresistible helper in its serious need, and an indulgent minister to its lighter fancies.    —   Richard Le Gallienne
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134.    Science fiction has its own history, its own legacy of what’s been done, what’s been superseded, what’s so much part of the furniture it’s practically part of the fabric now, what’s become no more than a joke… and so on. It’s just plain foolish, as well as comically arrogant, to ignore all this, to fail to do the most basic research.    —   Iain Banks
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135.    Shun no toil to make yourself remarkable by some talent or other yet do not devote yourself to one branch exclusively. Strive to get clear notions about all. Give up no science entirely for science is but one.    —   Lucius Annaeus Seneca
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136.    Instead, in the absence of respect for human rights, science and its offspring technology have been used in this century as brutal instruments for oppression.    —   John Charles Polanyi
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137.    The man of science has learned to believe in justification, not by faith, but by verification.    —   Thomas Huxley
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138.    I developed that for a long time. I also developed ‘Sugar Sweet Science’ at New Line and that didn’t happen. That was a boxing movie. And between all that there were a couple of other things.    —   Danny DeVito
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139.    Equipped with his five senses, man explores the universe around him and calls the adventure Science.    —   Edwin Powell Hubble
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140.    Intelligence is not a science.    —   Frank Carlucci
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141.    We’re losing track of the vastness of the potential for computer science. We really have to revive the beautiful intellectual joy of it, as opposed to the business potential.    —   Jaron Lanier
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142.    Sure, science involves trial and error. Scientists refine theories each day. But as they do, they help us grasp more clearly the wonders of the world and the universe.    —   Tony Snow
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143.    Music is not math. It’s science. You keep mixing the stuff up until it blows up on you, or it becomes this incredible potion.    —   Bruno Mars
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144.    The world has changed – through technology, through wine-making techniques, the quality of wine is greater than it’s ever been. Whereas ten, fifteen years ago it was very easy to find lots of bad wine, it’s kind of hard now. The technology, the science – it’s like, are you kidding? We’re in the golden years of wine!    —   Gary Vaynerchuk
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145.    Medical science has proven time and again that when the resources are provided, great progress in the treatment, cure, and prevention of disease can occur.    —   Michael J. Fox
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146.    There are no such things as applied sciences, only applications of science.    —   Louis Pasteur
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147.    Formerly, when religion was strong and science weak, men mistook magic for medicine now, when science is strong and religion weak, men mistake medicine for magic.    —   Thomas Szasz
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148.    As I have tried to show, science, in producing the airplane and the wireless, has created a new international political environment to which governments must adjust their foreign policies.    —   John Boyd Orr
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149.    No doubt it is true that science cannot study God, but it hardly follows that God had to keep a safe distance from everything that scientists want to study.    —   Phillip E. Johnson
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150.    I like science and I love gym. Oh, and I like art, but I’m really bad at it. I’m just a terrible drawer. I can’t draw a circle. Even with a ruler, I can’t draw a straight line.    —   Daniel Radcliffe
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151.    Some ideas you have to chew on, then roll them around a lot, play with them before you can turn them into funky science fiction.    —   Rudy Rucker
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152.    In some parts of life, like mathematics and science, yeah, I was a genius. I would top all the top scores you could ever measure it by.    —   Steve Wozniak
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153.    American high school students trail teenagers from 14 European and Asian countries in reading, math and science. We’re even trailing France.    —   Suzanne Fields
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154.    If Christianity is not scientific, and Science is not God, then there is no invariable law, and truth becomes an accident.    —   Mary Baker Eddy
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155.    I’m writing a review of three books on feminism and science, and it’s about social constructionism. So I would say I’m a social constructionist, whatever that means.    —   Clifford Geertz
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156.    Politics is the science of urgencies.    —   Theodore Parker
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157.    I was always very interested in science, and I knew that for me, science was a better long-term career than tennis.    —   Sally Ride
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158.    Science is for those who learn, poetry is for those who know.    —   Joseph Roux
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159.    There are so many stories to tell in the worlds of science fiction, the worlds of fantasy and horror that to confine yourself to even doing historical revisionist fiction, whatever you want to call it – mash-ups, gimmick lit, absurdist fiction – I don’t know if I want to do that anymore.    —   Seth Grahame-Smith
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160.    I think Junior is certainly a science fiction premise as is Twins, as is Dave, beyond Ghostbusters.    —   Ivan Reitman
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161.    Politicians should read science fiction, not westerns and detective stories.    —   Arthur C. Clarke
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162.    The art and science of asking questions is the source of all knowledge.    —   Thomas Berger
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163.    I think it was this curiosity about the natural world which awoke my early interest in science.    —   Paul Nurse
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164.    In order for America to remain a global leader in innovation and opportunity, we must give our children a solid foundation in math and science.    —   Kenny Marchant
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165.    This is a global fight to get the right people in the right place and we’re talking about people with PhDs in engineering, computer science, mathematics.    —   Jerry Moran
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166.    Learn about the world, the way it works, any kind of science and anthropology, it’s really an interesting place we live in. Evolution is a really fantastic idea, even more than the idea of God I think.    —   Randy Newman
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167.    One science only will one genius fit so vast is art, so narrow human wit.    —   Alexander Pope
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168.    A scientific truth does not triumph by convincing its opponents and making them see the light, but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new generation grows up that is familiar with it.    —   Max Planck
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169.    Whenever anyone says, ‘theoretically,’ they really mean, ‘not really.’    —   Dave Parnas
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170.    We especially need imagination in science. It is not all mathematics, nor all logic, but it is somewhat beauty and poetry.    —   Maria Montessori
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171.    You have no time to do the science if you’re talking to the media.    —   James Hansen
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172.    The folly of mistaking a paradox for a discovery, a metaphor for a proof, a torrent of verbiage for a spring of capital truths, and oneself for an oracle, is inborn in us.    —   Paul Valery
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173.    Every science is a profane restatement of the preceding dogmas of the religious period.    —   Francis Parker Yockey
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174.    The capacity to be puzzled is the premise of all creation, be it in art or in science.    —   Erich Fromm
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175.    Facts are the air of scientists. Without them you can never fly.    —   Linus Pauling
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176.    Art is the beautiful way of doing things. Science is the effective way of doing things. Business is the economic way of doing things.    —   Elbert Hubbard
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177.    The age of innocent faith in science and technology may be over.    —   Barry Commoner
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178.    Yet higher religion, which is only a search for a larger life, is essentially experience and recognized the necessity of experience as its foundation long before science learnt to do so.    —   Muhammad Iqbal
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179.    Science never solves a problem without creating ten more.    —   George Bernard Shaw
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180.    The enlightenment is under threat. So is reason. So is truth. So is science, especially in the schools of America.    —   Richard Dawkins
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181.    Science and literature are not two things, but two sides of one thing.    —   Thomas Huxley
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182.    I wanted the feel in these books to be like an epic fantasy, with kings, queens, dukes and court politics, but of course like what I was explaining before, about making the science make sense, you have to make the politics make sense, too.    —   Kevin J. Anderson
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183.    Sound science must be our guide in choosing which problems to tackle and how to approach them.    —   Frank Luntz
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184.    I’m from the Madeleine L’Engle school. The more she delves into science, the more she knows there’s a creator who’s behind these amazing laws, these amazing events. The symmetry of nature, the structure and order of it.    —   Tom Shadyac
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185.    For NASA, space is still a high priority.    —   Dan Quayle
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186.    I’m concentrating on staying healthy, having peace, being happy, remembering what is important, taking in nature and animals, spending time reading, trying to understand the universe, where science and the spiritual meet.    —   Joan Jett
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187.    Those theologians who are beginning to take the doctrine of creation very seriously should pay some attention to science’s story.    —   John Polkinghorne
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188.    Traditionally, scientists have treated the laws of physics as simply ‘given,’ elegant mathematical relationships that were somehow imprinted on the universe at its birth, and fixed thereafter. Inquiry into the origin and nature of the laws was not regarded as a proper part of science.    —   Paul Davies
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189.    The grand aim of all science is to cover the greatest number of empirical facts by logical deduction from the smallest number of hypotheses or axioms.    —   Albert Einstein
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190.    Even if you only want to write science fiction, you should also read mysteries, poetry, mainstream literature, history, biography, philosophy, and science.    —   Walter Jon Williams
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191.    The thing that interests me least about the radio business is the radio business. But I’ve had to learn a little bit about it. It’s not rocket science: You get ratings, that’s good.    —   Al Franken
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192.    Biology, meaning the science of all life, is a late notion.    —   Leon Kass
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193.    If Margaret Thatcher took climate change seriously and believed that we should take action to reduce global greenhouse emissions, then taking action and supporting and accepting the science can hardly be the mark of incipient Bolshevism.    —   Malcolm Turnbull
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194.    When I started in the business, there was a thing called adult fantasy, but nobody quite knew what it was, and most publishers didn’t have an adult fantasy list. They had science fiction lists, which they stuck a little bit of fantasy into.    —   Terri Windling
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195.    The respect for human rights, essential if we are to use technology wisely, is not something alien that must be grafted onto science. On the contrary, it is integral to science, as also to scholarship in general.    —   John Charles Polanyi
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196.    False facts are highly injurious to the progress of science, for they often endure long but false views, if supported by some evidence, do little harm, for every one takes a salutary pleasure in proving their falseness.    —   Charles Darwin
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197.    To pursue science is not to disparage the things of the spirit. In fact, to pursue science rightly is to furnish the framework on which the spirit may rise.    —   Vannevar Bush
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198.    No science is immune to the infection of politics and the corruption of power.    —   Jacob Bronowski
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199.    There’s no doubt that scientific training helps many authors to write better science fiction. And yet, several of the very best were English majors who could not parse a differential equation to save their lives.    —   David Brin
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200.    When push comes to shove, it ain’t the science that’s going to lift you up-it’s the belief, the spiritual side of life, that’s going to lift you up, no matter what religion you are.    —   Kirstie Alley
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