990 Best Science Quotes

601.    Science is what we understand well enough to explain to a computer. Art is everything else we do.    —   Donald Knuth
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602.    The whole of science is nothing more than a refinement of everyday thinking.    —   Albert Einstein
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603.    With acknowledgement of residues, we can be more easily prepared to grant the unit of science, the overlapping of disciplines, and the total coherence of all facts.    —   Kenneth L. Pike
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604.    The enchanting charms of this sublime science reveal only to those who have the courage to go deeply into it.    —   Carl Friedrich Gauss
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605.    Both the man of science and the man of action live always at the edge of mystery, surrounded by it.    —   J. Robert Oppenheimer
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606.    I think that’s what distinguishes Schmidt, really. In the movies now, so much of what is appealing to an audience is the dramatic or has to do with science fiction, and Schmidt is simply human. There’s no melodrama there’s no device, It’s just about a human being.    —   Jack Nicholson
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607.    I shopped at J. Crew in high school, I studied computer science. I was a nerd-nerd, now I’m a music-nerd.    —   Mayer Hawthorne
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608.    Mothers, unless they were very poor, didn’t work. Both of my parents had to leave education. My mother had to work in a cotton mill until 18 or 19, when she took some training in domestic science.    —   Roger Bannister
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609.    I hope I’ve lived a life of science whose style will encourage younger people.    —   Joshua Lederberg
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610.    Science, like art, religion, commerce, warfare, and even sleep, is based on presuppositions.    —   Gregory Bateson
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611.    Computer Science is embarrassed by the computer.    —   Alan Perlis
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612.    Economics has never been a science – and it is even less now than a few years ago.    —   Paul Samuelson
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613.    We’ve heard from many teachers that they used episodes of Star Trek and concepts of Star Trek in their science classrooms in order to engage the students.    —   Patrick Stewart
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614.    Nothing is less important than which fork you use. Etiquette is the science of living. It embraces everything. It is ethics. It is honor.    —   Emily Post
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615.    Just after World War II, this country led the world in science by every way you could measure it, yet the number of scientists was a tiny proportion of what it is now.    —   James Lovelock
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616.    Psychology is the science of the intellects, characters and behavior of animals including man.    —   Edward Thorndike
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617.    Borrowing knowledge of reality from all sources, taking the best from every study, Science of Mind brings together the highest enlightenment of the ages.    —   Ernest Holmes
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618.    Science has not yet taught us if madness is or is not the sublimity of the intelligence.    —   Edgar Allan Poe
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619.    The older generation had greater respect for land than science. But we live in an age when science, more than soil, has become the provider of growth and abundance. Living just on the land creates loneliness in an age of globality.    —   Shimon Peres
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620.    I started in this racket in the early ’70s, and when I was president of the Science Fiction Writers of America, of which I was like the sixth president, I was the first one nobody ever heard of.    —   Jerry Pournelle
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621.    Post-Modernism was a reaction against Modernism. It came quite early to music and literature, and a little later to architecture. And I think it’s still coming to computer science.    —   Larry Wall
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622.    Of course in science there are things that are open to doubt and things need to be discussed. But among the things that science does know, evolution is about as certain as anything we know.    —   Richard Dawkins
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623.    The saddest aspect of life right now is that science gathers knowledge faster than society gathers wisdom.    —   Isaac Asimov
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624.    All good criticism should be judged the way art is. You shouldn’t read it the way you read history or science.    —   Leslie Fiedler
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625.    So I decided on science when I was in college.    —   Sally Ride
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626.    Tact and diplomacy are fine in international relations, in politics, perhaps even in business in science only one thing matters, and that is the facts.    —   Hans Eysenck
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627.    If we take science as our sole guide, if we accept and hold fast that alone which is verifiable, the old theology must go.    —   John Burroughs
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628.    Research is what I’m doing when I don’t know what I’m doing.    —   Wernher von Braun
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629.    We’re not all equal, it’s simply not true. That isn’t science.    —   James D. Watson
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630.    I don’t think academic writing ever was wonderful. However, science used to be much less specialized.    —   Stephen Jay Gould
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631.    Our work on light bulbs wasn’t an arbitrary mandate. We didn’t just pick a standard out of the air, or look for a catchy sounding standard like 25 by 2025 not based in science or feasibility. Instead, we worked with both industry and environmental groups to come up with a standard that made sense and was doable.    —   Fred Upton
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632.    All one’s inventions are true, you can be sure of that. Poetry is as exact a science as geometry.    —   Gustave Flaubert
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633.    I’ve always felt that the human-centered approach to computer science leads to more interesting, more exotic, more wild, and more heroic adventures than the machine-supremacy approach, where information is the highest goal.    —   Jaron Lanier
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634.    But the first the general public learned about the discovery was the news of the destruction of Hiroshima by the atom bomb. A splendid achievement of science and technology had turned malign. Science became identified with death and destruction.    —   Joseph Rotblat
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635.    Young people ask me if this country is serious about science. They aren’t thinking about the passport that they will hold, but the country that they must rely on for support and encouragement.    —   John Charles Polanyi
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636.    I suggest that the introductory courses in science, at all levels from grade school through college, be radically revised. Leave the fundamentals, the so-called basics, aside for a while, and concentrate the attention of all students on the things that are not known.    —   Lewis Thomas
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637.    But Roy Rockwood, it was science fiction for the sake of science fiction.    —   Jack Vance
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638.    Freedom is absolutely necessary for the progress in science and the liberal arts.    —   Baruch Spinoza
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639.    If I wasn’t doing this, I’d be in school studying political science or socioeconomic something. I love visiting different cultures and finding out how they make up a society.    —   Eliza Dushku
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640.    Science may never come up with a better office communication system than the coffee break.    —   Earl Wilson
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641.    There is science, logic, reason there is thought verified by experience. And then there is California.    —   Edward Abbey
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642.    The materialistic paradigm of Western science has been a major obstacle for any objective evaluation of the data describing the events occurring at the time of death.    —   Stanislav Grof
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643.    A fool’s brain digests philosophy into folly, science into superstition, and art into pedantry. Hence University education.    —   George Bernard Shaw
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644.    When I investigate and when I discover that the forces of the heavens and the planets are within ourselves, then truly I seem to be living among the gods.    —   Leon Battista Alberti
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645.    I’d always wanted the show to be more reality based science fiction, something along the lines of The Day the Earth Stood Still, which I consider to be the classic science fiction film.    —   Gil Gerard
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646.    The wise man regulates his conduct by the theories both of religion and science. But he regards these theories not as statements of ultimate fact but as art-forms.    —   John B. S. Haldane
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647.    I was always good at math and science, and I never realized that that was unusual or somehow undesirable.    —   Marissa Mayer
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648.    Fudging the data in any way whatsoever is quite literally a sin against the holy ghost of science. I’m not religious, but I put it that way because I feel so strongly. It’s the one thing you do not ever do. You’ve got to have standards.    —   James Lovelock
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649.    It is sometimes important for science to know how to forget the things she is surest of.    —   Jean Rostand
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650.    Form your life humanly, and you have done enough: but you will never reach the height of art and the depth of science without something divine.    —   Karl Wilhelm Friedrich Schlegel
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651.    For whatever reason, I didn’t succumb to the stereotype that science wasn’t for girls. I got encouragement from my parents. I never ran into a teacher or a counselor who told me that science was for boys. A lot of my friends did.    —   Sally Ride
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652.    Science is what you know, philosophy is what you don’t know.    —   Bertrand Russell
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653.    If co-operation, is thus the lifeblood of science and technology, it is similarly vital to society as a whole.    —   Arthur Holly Compton
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654.    People think of the inventor as a screwball, but no one ever asks the inventor what he thinks of other people.    —   Charles Kettering
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655.    It turns out that understanding the British public is not rocket science. The British appreciate honesty and they also have a bonkers, off-the-wall sense of humour like me.    —   Nicole Scherzinger
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656.    The wealthy are always surrounded by hangers-on science and art are as well.    —   Anton Chekhov
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657.    Man lives for science as well as bread.    —   William James
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658.    Every science has for its basis a system of principles as fixed and unalterable as those by which the universe is regulated and governed. Man cannot make principles he can only discover them.    —   Thomas Paine
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659.    I decry the current tendency to seek patents on algorithms. There are better ways to earn a living than to prevent other people from making use of one’s contributions to computer science.    —   Donald Knuth
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660.    Women tend to be more intuitive, or to admit to being intuitive, and maybe the hard science approach isn’t so attractive. The way that science is taught is very cold. I would never have become a scientist if I had been taught like that.    —   Jane Goodall
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661.    Science, almost from its beginnings, has been truly international in character. National prejudices disappear completely in the scientist’s search for truth.    —   Irving Langmuir
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662.    The radical novelty of modern science lies precisely in the rejection of the belief… that the forces which move the stars and atoms are contingent upon the preferences of the human heart.    —   Walter Lippmann
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663.    People challenge my nerd cred all the time. I just show them the photo of me winning my middle-school science fair, wearing my Casio calculator watch and eyeglasses so big they look like they can see the future.    —   Aisha Tyler
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664.    Don’t confuse hypothesis and theory. The former is a possible explanation the latter, the correct one. The establishment of theory is the very purpose of science.    —   Martin H. Fischer
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665.    If a man’s wit be wandering, let him study the mathematics.    —   Francis Bacon
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666.    Anyone who attempts to generate random numbers by deterministic means is, of course, living in a state of sin.    —   John von Neumann
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667.    There are worlds of experience beyond the world of the aggressive man, beyond history, and beyond science. The moods and qualities of nature and the revelations of great art are equally difficult to define we can grasp them only in the depths of our perceptive spirit.    —   Ansel Adams
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668.    Go beyond science, into the region of metaphysics. Real religion is beyond argument. It can only be lived both inwardly and outwardly.    —   Swami Sivananda
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669.    In science fiction, you can also test out your own realities.    —   Theodore Sturgeon
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670.    That science has long been neglected and declining in England, is not an opinion originating with me, but is shared by many, and has been expressed by higher authority than mine.    —   Charles Babbage
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671.    I don’t think there’s a date minimum or maximum. I don’t get the whole ‘All right, you’ve got to wait three days to call after the date.’ If I got a number from a girl, I’d call that night. There’s no science to it for me. You just do what it is that you feel like doing.    —   Channing Tatum
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672.    I’d like to put in a vote for the intrinsic fascination of science.    —   Joshua Lederberg
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673.    We want to answer this classical question, who am I? So I think that most of our works are for art, or whatever we do, including science or religion, tried to answer that question.    —   Paulo Coelho
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674.    Science, we are repeatedly told, is the most reliable form of knowledge about the world because it is based on testable hypotheses. Religion, by contrast, is based on faith. The term ‘doubting Thomas’ well illustrates the difference.    —   Paul Davies
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675.    As a theoretical physicist, I feel at once proud and humble at the thought of the illustrious figures that have preceded me here to receive the greatest of all honors in science, the Nobel prize.    —   Murray Gell-Mann
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676.    Nothing retains less of desire in art, in science, than this will to industry, booty, possession.    —   Andre Breton
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677.    Nothing in education is so astonishing as the amount of ignorance it accumulates in the form of inert facts.    —   Henry Adams
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678.    I did one sci-fi movie. I did ‘Gattaca.’ I liked ‘Gattaca’ because that was always the kind of science fiction I really dug, the non-action oriented sci-fi.    —   Ethan Hawke
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679.    Unfortunately, a lot of the concepts in the Bible are based on ancient mythology that doesn’t fit the findings of science.    —   Clyde Tombaugh
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680.    Science fiction has a way of letting you talk about where we are in the world and letting you be a bit of a pop philosopher without being didactic.    —   Brit Marling
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681.    Science moves with the spirit of an adventure characterized both by youthful arrogance and by the belief that the truth, once found, would be simple as well as pretty.    —   James D. Watson
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682.    The Old Testament is my favourite science fantasy reading.    —   Tom Baker
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683.    However far modern science and techniques have fallen short of their inherent possibilities, they have taught mankind at least one lesson nothing is impossible.    —   Lewis Mumford
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684.    If you just have a single problem to solve, then fine, go ahead and use a neural network. But if you want to do science and understand how to choose architectures, or how to go to a new problem, you have to understand what different architectures can and cannot do.    —   Marvin Minsky
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685.    I think it’s science and physics are just starting to learn from all these experiments. These experiments have been carried out hundreds and hundreds of times in all sorts of ways that no physicist really questions the end point. I think that these experiments are very clearly telling us that consciousness is limitless and the ultimate reality.    —   Robert Lanza
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686.    Science by itself has no moral dimension. But it does seek to establish truth. And upon this truth morality can be built.    —   William Masters
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687.    We must be willing to pay inspiring math and science teachers, who have high paying alternatives in industry, more to teach and reward students who take more challenging courses in high school.    —   Mark Kennedy
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688.    In science, read by preference the newest works. In literature, read the oldest. The classics are always modern.    —   Amy Lowell
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689.    My personal feeling about science fiction is that it’s always in some way connected to the real world, to our everyday world.    —   Elizabeth Moon
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690.    The media need superheroes in science just as in every sphere of life, but there is really a continuous range of abilities with no clear dividing line.    —   Stephen Hawking
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691.    Rocket science has been mythologized all out of proportion to its true difficulty.    —   John Carmack
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692.    I’d love to do a movie where the monster is human, where the issue is not otherworldly, or horror or science fiction.    —   J. J. Abrams
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693.    Research and development needs permanent tax credits to build the technology that spurs our growth. But no government programs alone can get America’s students to study more science and math parents must push and help their children to meet this goal.    —   Ernest Istook
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694.    Our science has become terrible, our research dangerous, our findings deadly. We physicists have to make peace with reality. Reality is not as strong as we are. We will ruin reality.    —   Friedrich Durrenmatt
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695.    Drill everything, mine everything, roll back regulations, tweak the science, expedite permits. Sound familiar? The Republicans offer up more 19th-Century solutions to our 21st-Century energy problems.    —   Jeff Goodell
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696.    It is reasonable to expect the doctor to recognize that science may not have all the answers to problems of health and healing.    —   Norman Cousins
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697.    Science is but an image of the truth.    —   Francis Bacon
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698.    Before I was reading science fiction, I read Hemingway. Farewell to Arms was my first adult novel that said not everything ends well. It was one of those times where reading has meant a great deal to me, in terms of my development – an insight came from that book.    —   Robert Reed
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699.    Nature engenders the science of painting.    —   Robert Delaunay
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700.    This is actually a very important principle that science is learning about large systems like evolution and that futurists are learning about anticipating human society: just because a future scenario is plausible doesn’t mean we can get there from here.    —   Kevin Kelly
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701.    I’ve tried to be a straight scientist doing the science and reporting it as best I can.    —   James Hansen
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702.    One could write a history of science in reverse by assembling the solemn pronouncements of highest authority about what could not be done and could never happen.    —   Robert A. Heinlein
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703.    It should be mandatory that you understand computer science.    —   will.i.am
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704.    The main purpose of science is simplicity and as we understand more things, everything is becoming simpler.    —   Edward Teller
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705.    Cosmologists have attempted to account for the day-to-day laws you find in textbooks in terms of fundamental ‘superlaws,’ but the superlaws themselves must still be accepted as brute facts. So maybe the ultimate laws of nature will always be off-limits to science.    —   Paul Davies
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706.    One of the things that ultimately led me to leave mathematics and go into political science was thinking I could prevent nuclear war.    —   Paul Wolfowitz
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707.    I meant exactly what I said: that we are saddled with a culture that hasn’t advanced as far as science.    —   Michelangelo Antonioni
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708.    More than fantasy or even science fiction, Ray Bradbury wrote horror, and like so many great horror writers he was himself utterly without fear, of anything. He wasn’t afraid of looking uncool – he wasn’t scared to openly love innocence, or to be optimistic, or to write sentimentally when he felt that way.    —   Lev Grossman
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709.    We especially need imagination in science.    —   Maria Mitchell
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710.    Polygraph tests are 20th-century witchcraft.    —   Sam Ervin
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711.    Evolution seems to close the heart to some of the plainest spiritual truths while it opens the mind to the wildest guesses advanced in the name of science.    —   William Jennings Bryan
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712.    Take young researchers, put them together in virtual seclusion, give them an unprecedented degree of freedom and turn up the pressure by fostering competitiveness.    —   James D. Watson
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713.    Anthropology was the science that gave her the platform from which she surveyed, scolded and beamed at the world.    —   Jane Howard
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714.    Galileo was no idiot. Only an idiot could believe that science requires martyrdom – that may be necessary in religion, but in time a scientific result will establish itself.    —   David Hilbert
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715.    The assumption that nature is all there is, and that nature has been governed by the same rules at all times and places, makes it possible for natural science to be confident that it can explain such things as how life began.    —   Phillip E. Johnson
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716.    Science has to be understood in its broadest sense, as a method for comprehending all observable reality, and not merely as an instrument for acquiring specialized knowledge.    —   Alexis Carrel
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717.    New discoveries in science will continue to create a thousand new frontiers for those who still would adventure.    —   Herbert Hoover
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718.    Fashion is the science of appearance, and it inspires one with the desire to seem rather than to be.    —   Henry Fielding
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719.    For science must breathe the oxygen of freedom.    —   John Charles Polanyi
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720.    Space or science fiction has become a dialect for our time.    —   Doris Lessing
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721.    It will free man from the remaining chains, the chains of gravity which still tie him to this planet.    —   Wernher von Braun
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722.    Modern science cannot explain why the laws of physics are exactly balanced for animal life to exist.    —   Robert Lanza
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723.    It is characteristic of science that the full explanations are often seized in their essence by the percipient scientist long in advance of any possible proof.    —   John Desmond Bernal
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724.    I believe very strongly, and have fought since many years ago – at least over 30 years ago – to get architecture not just within schools, but architecture talked about under history, geography, science, technology, art.    —   Richard Rogers
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725.    Of the two, I would think of my work as closer to Science Fiction than Fantasy.    —   Jean M. Auel
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726.    The science linking the increased frequency and severity of extreme weather to the climate crisis has matured tremendously in the last couple of years.    —   Al Gore
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727.    Teachers started recognizing me and praising me for being smart in science and that made me want to be even smarter in science!    —   Steve Wozniak
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728.    In the last fifty years science has advanced more than in the 2,000 previous years and given mankind greater powers over the forces of nature than the ancients ascribed to their gods.    —   John Boyd Orr
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729.    But the power of science lies in open publication, which, with the rise of the Internet, is no longer constrained by the price of paper.    —   Michael Shermer
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730.    Human relations are built on feeling, not on reason or knowledge. And feeling is not an exact science like all spiritual qualities, it has the vagueness of greatness about it.    —   Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr
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731.    I’m a geophysicist and all my earth science books when I was a student, I had to give the wrong answer to get an A. We used to ridicule continental drift. It was something we laughed at. We learned of Marshall Kay’s geosynclinal cycle, which is a bunch of crap.    —   Robert Ballard
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732.    Blade Runner appears regularly, two or three times a year in various shapes and forms of science fiction. It set the pace for what is essentially urban science fiction, urban future and it’s why I’ve never re-visited that area because I feel I’ve done it.    —   Ridley Scott
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733.    There does not exist a category of science to which one can give the name applied science. There are science and the applications of science, bound together as the fruit of the tree which bears it.    —   Louis Pasteur
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734.    This much we know: Journalism is not a precise science. It’s, on its best day, is a crude art. We make mistakes I make mistakes. With more than 50 years as a journalist, I have at least had the opportunity to blow more stories, make more mistakes than maybe anybody in television.    —   Dan Rather
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735.    The most watched programme on the BBC, after the news, is probably ‘Doctor Who.’ What has happened is that science fiction has been subsumed into modern literature. There are grandparents out there who speak Klingon, who are quite capable of holding down a job. No one would think twice now about a parallel universe.    —   Terry Pratchett
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736.    The world is full of strange phenomena that cannot be explained by the laws of logic or science. Dennis Rodman is only one example.    —   Dave Barry
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737.    Imagination is the key to my lyrics. The rest is painted with a little science fiction.    —   Jimi Hendrix
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738.    Let both sides seek to invoke the wonders of science instead of its terrors. Together let us explore the stars, conquer the deserts, eradicate disease, tap the ocean depths, and encourage the arts and commerce.    —   John F. Kennedy
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739.    Science is not about control. It is about cultivating a perpetual condition of wonder in the face of something that forever grows one step richer and subtler than our latest theory about it. It is about reverence, not mastery.    —   Richard Powers
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740.    Art is the tree of life. Science is the tree of death.    —   William Blake
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741.    Better to die in the pursuit of civilized values, we believed, than in a flight underground. We were offering a value system couched in the language of science.    —   John Charles Polanyi
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742.    Mild autism can give you a genius like Einstein. If you have severe autism, you could remain nonverbal. You don’t want people to be on the severe end of the spectrum. But if you got rid of all the autism genetics, you wouldn’t have science or art. All you would have is a bunch of social ‘yak yaks.’    —   Temple Grandin
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743.    A science which does not bring us nearer to God is worthless.    —   Simone Weil
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744.    Anecdotal thinking comes naturally science requires training.    —   Michael Shermer
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745.    And by the way, I wanted to point out that Kindred is not science fiction. You’ll note there’s no science in it. It’s a kind of grim fantasy.    —   Octavia Butler
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746.    Individual science fiction stories may seem as trivial as ever to the blinder critics and philosophers of today – but the core of science fiction, its essence has become crucial to our salvation if we are to be saved at all.    —   Isaac Asimov
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747.    The march of science and technology does not imply growing intellectual complexity in the lives of most people. It often means the opposite.    —   Thomas Sowell
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748.    Science has not yet mastered prophecy. We predict too much for the next year and yet far too little for the next 10.    —   Neil Armstrong
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749.    Dreaming in public is an important part of our job description, as science writers, but there are bad dreams as well as good dreams. We’re dreamers, you see, but we’re also realists, of a sort.    —   William Gibson
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750.    Science and technology multiply around us. To an increasing extent they dictate the languages in which we speak and think. Either we use those languages, or we remain mute.    —   J. G. Ballard
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751.    Man masters nature not by force but by understanding. This is why science has succeeded where magic failed: because it has looked for no spell to cast over nature.    —   Jacob Bronowski
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752.    There were certain questions about the foundations of morals that advances in science all threaten to make more complicated.    —   Leon Kass
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753.    The thing about science fiction is that it’s totally wide open. But it’s wide open in a conditional way.    —   Octavia Butler
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754.    Honest pioneer work in the field of science has always been, and will continue to be, life’s pilot. On all sides, life is surrounded by hostility. This puts us under an obligation.    —   Wilhelm Reich
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755.    Science has everything to say about what is possible. Science has nothing to say about what is permissible.    —   Charles Krauthammer
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756.    When I was born in 1970 with a rare genetic disorder called spondyloepiphyseal dysplasia congenita (SED), medical science wasn’t what it is today and my mum and dad were treated terribly by the medical profession.    —   Warwick Davis
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757.    I’ve always loved 3D. In fact, as a kid, I was exposed to 3D at an early age because my grandfather was a specialist of 3D in cinematheques. And then my cousin put it in ‘Science of Sleep’ with toilet paper tube cities. But he was a specialist and I always wanted to do something in 3D.    —   Michel Gondry
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758.    Some of the FDA’s own scientists have charged that politics, not science, is behind the FDA’s actions.    —   Joseph Crowley
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759.    Enough people have now mentioned Bill Nye the Science Guy to me that I now desperately avoid it all costs.    —   Alton Brown
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760.    A successful society is characterized by a rising living standard for its population, increasing investment in factories and basic infrastructure, and the generation of additional surplus, which is invested in generating new discoveries in science and technology.    —   Robert Trout
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761.    The science of booby-trapping has taken a good deal of the fun out of following hot on the enemy’s heels.    —   A. J. Liebling
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762.    Science is fun. Science is curiosity. We all have natural curiosity. Science is a process of investigating. It’s posing questions and coming up with a method. It’s delving in.    —   Sally Ride
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763.    Science commits suicide when it adopts a creed.    —   Thomas Huxley
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764.    I did not imagine that the second half of my life would be spent on efforts to avert a mortal danger to humanity created by science.    —   Joseph Rotblat
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765.    Science is properly more scrupulous than dogma. Dogma gives a charter to mistake, but the very breath of science is a contest with mistake, and must keep the conscience alive.    —   George Eliot
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766.    I like science fiction and physics, things like that. Planets being sucked into black holes, and the various vortexes that create possibility, and what happens on the other side of the black hole. To me it’s the microcosmic study of the macrocosmic universe in man, and that’s why I’m attracted to it.    —   Wesley Snipes
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767.    I sort of was good at writing essays. I was never very good at mathematics, and I was never very good at algebra. I loved science, but I wasn’t sure of it.    —   Diane Cilento
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768.    The general public has long been divided into two parts those who think science can do anything, and those who are afraid it will.    —   Dixie Lee Ray
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769.    I don’t know anything about science.    —   Rachel Weisz
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770.    I’ve always been a big fan of science fiction and of the worlds of the spiritual and the mystic.    —   Dan Aykroyd
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771.    Instead of having to be a member of the Royal Society to do science, the way you had to be in England in the 17th, 18th, centuries today pretty much anybody who wants to do it can, and the information that they need to do it is there.    —   Seth Lloyd
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772.    I love having my hands in the dirt. It is never a science and always an art. There are no rules. And if it comes down to me versus that weed I’m trying to pull out of the ground that doesn’t want to come out? I know I’ll win.    —   Matthew McConaughey
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773.    In short, it is not that evolutionary naturalists have been less brazen than the scientific creationists in holding science hostage, but rather that they have been infinitely more effective in getting away with it.    —   Phillip E. Johnson
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774.    A man ceases to be a beginner in any given science and becomes a master in that science when he has learned that he is going to be a beginner all his life.    —   Robin G. Collingwood
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775.    The best scientist is open to experience and begins with romance – the idea that anything is possible.    —   Ray Bradbury
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776.    While most of us know that we feel better after a good hearty laugh, science, in many cases, is yet to prove why.    —   Allen Klein
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777.    In the forensic science course I took at university they used photographs of dead bodies. For ballistics they showed us a guy lying on the floor, and his head had burst.    —   Denise Mina
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778.    Perfect as the wing of a bird may be, it will never enable the bird to fly if unsupported by the air. Facts are the air of science. Without them a man of science can never rise.    —   Ivan Pavlov
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779.    The church saves sinners, but science seeks to stop their manufacture.    —   Elbert Hubbard
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780.    ‘Healing,’ Papa would tell me, ‘is not a science, but the intuitive art of wooing nature.’    —   W. H. Auden
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781.    There are no shortcuts in evolution.    —   Louis D. Brandeis
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782.    When I find myself in the company of scientists, I feel like a shabby curate who has strayed by mistake into a room full of dukes.    —   W. H. Auden
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783.    Making movies is not rocket science. It’s about relationships and communication and strangers coming together to see if they can get along harmoniously, productively, and creatively. That’s a challenge. When it works, it’s fantastic and will lift you up. When it doesn’t work, it’s almost just as fascinating.    —   Julia Roberts
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784.    What has become clear from the science is that we cannot burn all of the fossil fuels without creating a very different planet.    —   James Hansen
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785.    Fashion is the science of appearances, and it inspires one with the desire to seem rather than to be.    —   Edwin Hubbel Chapin
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786.    Nature is not simply a technical or economical resource, and human beings are not mere numbers. To suggest that one can somehow align all the squabbling institutions of science, environmental management, government and diplomacy in an alliance of convenience to regulate the global climate seems to me optimistic.    —   James Buchan
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787.    Science must begin with myths, and with the criticism of myths.    —   Karl Popper
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788.    I used to think information was destroyed in black hole. This was my biggest blunder, or at least my biggest blunder in science.    —   Stephen Hawking
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789.    The proper study of mankind is the science of design.    —   Herbert Simon
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790.    Each problem that I solved became a rule, which served afterwards to solve other problems.    —   Rene Descartes
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791.    I think mistakes are the essence of science and law. It’s impossible to conceive of either scientific progress or legal progress without understanding the important role of being wrong and of mistakes.    —   Alan Dershowitz
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792.    We need to be pro-science we have to go back to science.    —   Al Franken
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793.    Predicting has a spotty record in science fiction. I’ve had some failures. On the other hand, I also predicted the fall of the Berlin Wall and the rise of fundamentalist Islam… and I’m not happy to be right in all of those cases.    —   David Brin
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794.    I was a science fiction junkie for a long time.    —   William Hurt
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795.    Science in the modern world has many uses its chief use, however, is to provide long words to cover the errors of the rich.    —   Gilbert K. Chesterton
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796.    I started out writing much more science fictiony stuff and writing about science fiction.    —   Neil Gaiman
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797.    But perhaps the rest of us could have separate classes in science appreciation, the wonder of science, scientific ways of thinking, and the history of scientific ideas, rather than laboratory experience.    —   Richard Dawkins
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798.    I went to college at the University of Kansas, where I got a degree in political science.    —   Sara Paretsky
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799.    Man is unique not because he does science, and his is unique not because he does art, but because science and art equally are expressions of his marvelous plasticity of mind.    —   Jacob Bronowski
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800.    Architecture is a science arising out of many other sciences, and adorned with much and varied learning by the help of which a judgment is formed of those works which are the result of other arts.    —   Marcus V. Pollio
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