990 Best Science Quotes

801.    For a member to say, ‘I’m a lame duck’ violates political science 101.    —   Charles Rangel
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802.    So fantasy was fine early on, and when I discovered science fiction, I was very happy with it, because my first interest in science fiction came with an interest in astronomy.    —   Octavia Butler
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803.    My training in Science of Mind had begun with my mother. She took me to a different church every Sunday, and she encouraged me to question the minister afterward.    —   Esther Williams
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804.    Indeed, the whole human species is endangered, by nuclear weapons or by other means of wholesale destruction which further advances in science are likely to produce.    —   Joseph Rotblat
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805.    Science is facts.    —   Henri Poincare
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806.    Science may have found a cure for most evils but it has found no remedy for the worst of them all – the apathy of human beings.    —   Helen Keller
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807.    Science is not a game in which arbitrary rules are used to decide what explanations are to be permitted.    —   Michael Behe
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808.    I didn’t understand how you could be an actor if you didn’t also study philosophy and study political science, astronomy. And also just go out and live life and have experiences.    —   Brit Marling
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809.    When I die, I’m leaving my body to science fiction.    —   Steven Wright
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810.    Reason, observation, and experience the holy trinity of science.    —   Robert Green Ingersoll
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811.    Science is built up of facts, as a house is with stones. But a collection of facts is no more a science than a heap of stones is a house.    —   Henri Poincare
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812.    Science gives us a powerful vocabulary, and it is impossible to produce a vocabulary with which one can only say nice things.    —   John Charles Polanyi
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813.    I wanted to be a political science professor and go to school in Boston. I never wanted to be a big, famous movie star and TV star. It kind of found me.    —   Eliza Dushku
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814.    If civilization is to survive, we must cultivate the science of human relationships – the ability of all peoples, of all kinds, to live together, in the same world at peace.    —   Franklin D. Roosevelt
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815.    What business has science and capitalism got, bringing all these new inventions into the works, before society has produced a generation educated up to using them!    —   Henrik Ibsen
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816.    Nobody climbs mountains for scientific reasons. Science is used to raise money for the expeditions, but you really climb for the hell of it.    —   Edmund Hillary
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817.    I graduated from the University of Delaware with a double major in history and political science.    —   Joe Biden
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818.    I’m not into politics but I am committed to a cause: ensuring design technology and engineering stays on the U.K. curriculum, alongside science and maths – grounding abstract theory, merging the practical with the academic.    —   James Dyson
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819.    Romance should never begin with sentiment. It should begin with science and end with a settlement.    —   Oscar Wilde
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820.    Unfortunately the global warming hysteria, as I see it, is driven by politics more than by science.    —   Freeman Dyson
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821.    If we reject science, we reject the common man.    —   Naguib Mahfouz
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822.    Science is the highest personification of the nation because that nation will remain the first which carries the furthest the works of thought and intelligence.    —   Louis Pasteur
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823.    That’s the whole problem with science. You’ve got a bunch of empiricists trying to describe things of unimaginable wonder.    —   Bill Watterson
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824.    Design and technology should be the subject where mathematical brainboxes and science whizzkids turn their bright ideas into useful products.    —   James Dyson
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825.    Science fiction is becoming more of a diverse kind of genre.    —   Anna Torv
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826.    There’s a science to ordering potatoes. Are they skinny shoestring or big, fat steak fries? You just have to let your taste buds guide you when deciding what to eat.    —   Gayle King
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827.    We asked ourselves and the world to base decisions on good science, and I really believe the United States can be the leader in delivering that message to our international trading partners.    —   Mike Johanns
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828.    However, I wasn’t very good at the sciences, or didn’t have a lot of help in the sciences or something but certainly didn’t set science for my A level. And when I came to take my A levels I didn’t get a good enough result to go to University.    —   Jeremy Irons
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829.    I felt strongly that since the pursuit of good science was so difficult it was essential that the problem being studied was an important one to justify the effort expanded.    —   Paul Nurse
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830.    Further, the dignity of the science itself seems to require that every possible means be explored for the solution of a problem so elegant and so celebrated.    —   Carl Friedrich Gauss
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831.    According to materialistic science, any memory requires a material substrate, such as the neuronal network in the brain or the DNA molecules of the genes.    —   Stanislav Grof
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832.    Economists treat economics as if it is a pure science divorced from the facts of life. The result of this false accountancy is a willful confusion under cover of which industry wreaks its havoc scot-free and ignores the environmental cost.    —   Vivienne Westwood
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833.    Science is a first-rate piece of furniture for a man’s upper chamber, if he has common sense on the ground floor.    —   Oliver Wendell Holmes
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834.    Theology is a science of mind applied to God.    —   Henry Ward Beecher
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835.    In my family, as in most middle-class Indian families I knew when I was growing up, science and mathematics were held in awe.    —   Aravind Adiga
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836.    I do love science fiction, but it’s not really a genre unto itself it always seems to merge with another genre. With the few movies I’ve done, I’ve ended up playing with genre in some way or another, so any genre that’s made to mix with others is like candy to me. It allows you to use big, mythic situations to talk about ordinary things.    —   Rian Johnson
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837.    I want to be the Cecil B. DeMille of science fiction.    —   Steven Spielberg
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838.    I was raised on comic books, and I love science fiction.    —   Mayim Bialik
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839.    Science is the great antidote to the poison of enthusiasm and superstition.    —   Adam Smith
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840.    I cannot say how strongly I object to people using other people’s writing as research. Research is non-fiction, especially for horror, fantasy, science fiction. Do not take your research from other people’s fiction. Just don’t.    —   Laurell K. Hamilton
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841.    Science means simply the aggregate of all the recipes that are always successful. All the rest is literature.    —   Paul Valery
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842.    Science is not only a disciple of reason but, also, one of romance and passion.    —   Stephen Hawking
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843.    What I do is not rocket science, but I sure do love it.    —   Kyle Chandler
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844.    With science fiction there’s endless possibilities.    —   Anna Torv
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845.    I don’t read other science fiction. I don’t read any at all.    —   Jack Vance
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846.    Art has a double face, of expression and illusion, just like science has a double face: the reality of error and the phantom of truth.    —   Publilius Syrus
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847.    Science will explain how but not why. It talks about what is, not what ought to be. Science is descriptive, not prescriptive it can tell us about causes but it cannot tell us about purposes. Indeed, science disavows purposes.    —   Jonathan Sacks
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848.    Most of the fundamental ideas of science are essentially simple, and may, as a rule, be expressed in a language comprehensible to everyone.    —   Albert Einstein
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849.    You cannot feed the hungry on statistics.    —   Heinrich Heine
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850.    The Athanasian Creed is to me light and intelligible reading in comparison with much that now passes for science.    —   Samuel Butler
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851.    Nothing in the universe can travel at the speed of light, they say, forgetful of the shadow’s speed.    —   Howard Nemerov
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852.    The best thing about science is that hard, empirical answers are always there if you look hard enough. The best thing about religion is that the very absence of that certainty is what requires – and gives rise to – deep feelings of faith.    —   Jeffrey Kluger
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853.    And I grew up on a steady diet of science fiction, especially apocalyptic and postapocalyptic fiction.    —   Justin Cronin
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854.    Science cannot solve the ultimate mystery of nature. And that is because, in the last analysis, we ourselves are a part of the mystery that we are trying to solve.    —   Max Planck
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855.    Though many have tried, no one has ever yet explained away the decisive fact that science, which can do so much, cannot decide what it ought to do.    —   Joseph Wood Krutch
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856.    In the sick room, ten cents’ worth of human understanding equals ten dollars’ worth of medical science.    —   Martin H. Fischer
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857.    Science and literature give me answers. And they ask me questions I will never be able to answer.    —   Mark Haddon
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858.    Science has made us gods even before we are worthy of being men.    —   Jean Rostand
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859.    Science coverage could be improved by the recognition that science is timeless, and therefore science stories should not need to be pegged to an item in the news.    —   Richard Dawkins
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860.    Science fiction readers probably have the gene for novelty, and seem to enjoy a cascade of invention as much as a writer enjoys providing one.    —   Walter Jon Williams
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861.    Some theists in evolutionary science acquiesce to these tacit rules and retain a personal faith while accepting a thoroughly naturalistic picture of physical reality.    —   Phillip E. Johnson
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862.    Science fiction is any idea that occurs in the head and doesn’t exist yet, but soon will, and will change everything for everybody, and nothing will ever be the same again. As soon as you have an idea that changes some small part of the world you are writing science fiction. It is always the art of the possible, never the impossible.    —   Ray Bradbury
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863.    This means that to entrust to science – or to deliberate control according to scientific principles – more than scientific method can achieve may have deplorable effects.    —   Friedrich August von Hayek
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864.    I dig science fiction, though it was never really my thing.    —   Yancy Butler
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865.    The universe is governed by science. But science tells us that we can’t solve the equations, directly in the abstract.    —   Stephen Hawking
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866.    I wasn’t with Joseph, but I believe him. My faith did not come to me through science, and I will not permit so-called science to destroy it.    —   Thomas S. Monson
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867.    When I began in 1960, individuality wasn’t an accepted thing to look for it was about species-specific behaviour. But animal behaviour is not hard science. There’s room for intuition.    —   Jane Goodall
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868.    Invented languages have often been created in tandem with entire invented universes, and most conlangers come to their craft by way of fantasy and science fiction.    —   Joshua Foer
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869.    I think what a life in science really teaches you is the vastness of our ignorance.    —   David Eagleman
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870.    There will one day spring from the brain of science a machine or force so fearful in its potentialities, so absolutely terrifying, that even man, the fighter, who will dare torture and death in order to inflict torture and death, will be appalled, and so abandon war forever.    —   Thomas A. Edison
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871.    Science fiction writers foresee the inevitable, and although problems and catastrophes may be inevitable, solutions are not.    —   Isaac Asimov
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872.    It has become almost a cliche to remark that nobody boasts of ignorance of literature, but it is socially acceptable to boast ignorance of science and proudly claim incompetence in mathematics.    —   Richard Dawkins
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873.    My personal conviction is that science is concerned wholly with truth, not with ethics.    —   Arthur Keith
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874.    We’re as clever as we think we are, but we’ll be a lot cleverer when we learn to use not just one brain but to pool huge numbers of brains. We’re at a level technologically where we can share information and think collectively about our problems. We do it in science all the time – there’s no reason why we can’t do it in other endeavors.    —   Lewis Thomas
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875.    The birth of science as we know it arguably began with Isaac Newton’s formulation of the laws of gravitation and motion. It is no exaggeration to say that physics was reborn in the early 20th-century with the twin revolutions of quantum mechanics and the theory of relativity.    —   Paul Davies
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876.    In science the important thing is to modify and change one’s ideas as science advances.    —   Herbert Spencer
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877.    Science is organized knowledge. Wisdom is organized life.    —   Immanuel Kant
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878.    Indeed, in view of its function, religion stands in greater need of a rational foundation of its ultimate principles than even the dogmas of science.    —   Muhammad Iqbal
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879.    From now on we live in a world where man has walked on the Moon. It’s not a miracle we just decided to go.    —   Tom Hanks
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880.    Science is a cemetery of dead ideas.    —   Miguel de Unamuno
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881.    And if we must educate our poets and artists in science, we must educate our masters, labour and capital, in art.    —   John B. S. Haldane
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882.    Ayurveda is a sister philosophy to yoga. It is the science of life or longevity and it teaches about the power and the cycles of nature, as well as the elements.    —   Christy Turlington
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883.    It is critical to develop a biofuel industry powered by feedstocks produced in every corner of the country, in addition to the Midwest. That is why USDA has established five regional research centers working on science necessary to ensure profitable biofuels can be produced from a diverse range of feedstocks.    —   Tom Vilsack
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884.    Religion is to mysticism what popularization is to science.    —   Henri Bergson
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885.    Science is knowledge arranged and classified according to truth, facts, and the general laws of nature.    —   Luther Burbank
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886.    The science of the mind can only have for its proper goal the understanding of human nature by every human being, and through its use, brings peace to every human soul.    —   Alfred Adler
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887.    I’m not a great science fiction fan myself. I probably feel that way about Westerns. Like I used to play Cowboys and Indians, they can act out Will and the Robot.    —   Mark Goddard
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888.    Adventure upon all the tickets in the lottery, and you lose for certain and the greater the number of your tickets the nearer your approach to this certainty.    —   Adam Smith
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889.    Science fiction, outside of poetry, is the only literary field which has no limits, no parameters whatsoever.    —   Theodore Sturgeon
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890.    Every great advance in science has issued from a new audacity of imagination.    —   John Dewey
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891.    I have been a reader of Science Fiction and Fantasy for a long time, since I was 11 or 12 I think, so I understand it and I’m not at all surprised that readers of the genre might enjoy my books.    —   Jean M. Auel
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892.    A fact is a simple statement that everyone believes. It is innocent, unless found guilty. A hypothesis is a novel suggestion that no one wants to believe. It is guilty, until found effective.    —   Edward Teller
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893.    Today’s recording techniques would have been regarded as science fiction forty years ago.    —   Tony Visconti
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894.    That said, ID does not qualify as science because it gives us nothing to test or measure. Science requires replicable tests involving measurable variables.    —   Tony Snow
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895.    I didn’t mind studying. Obviously math and the physical science subjects interested me more than some of the more artistic subjects, but I think I was a pretty good student.    —   Alan Shepard
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896.    Thence results, for science as well as for industry, the necessity of the division and association of labor. I receive and I give – such is human life. Each directs and is directed in his turn.    —   Mikhail Bakunin
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897.    There is no way that writers can be tamed and rendered civilized or even cured. The only solution known to science is to provide the patient with an isolation room, where he can endure the acute stages in private and where food can be poked in to him with a stick.    —   Robert A. Heinlein
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898.    Fruitful discourse in science or theology requires us to believe that within the contexts of normal discourse there are some true statements.    —   Kenneth L. Pike
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899.    Perhaps it would be better for science, that all criticism should be avowed.    —   Charles Babbage
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900.    When I was younger I wanted to be a big movie star who’d get to be funny on talk shows and then I wanted to retire and write science fiction.    —   Scott Thompson
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901.    I’m an amateur science enthusiast. I’m not even a professional enthusiast. I don’t know anything I never even passed biology in high school. But I read the science section of the newspaper.    —   Dave Eggers
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902.    The commonality between science and art is in trying to see profoundly – to develop strategies of seeing and showing.    —   Edward Tufte
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903.    Philosophers have not kept up with modern developments in science. Particularly physics.    —   Stephen Hawking
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904.    My entry into the environmental arena was through the issue that so dramatically – and destructively – demonstrates the link between science and social action: nuclear weapons.    —   Barry Commoner
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905.    You know, there was a time, just before I started to study physical science, when astronomers thought that systems such as we have here in the solar system required a rare triple collision of stars.    —   Murray Gell-Mann
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906.    Germany has reduced savagery to a science, and this great war for the victorious peace of justice must go on until the German cancer is cut clean out of the world body.    —   Theodore Roosevelt
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907.    I have seen the science I worshiped, and the aircraft I loved, destroying the civilization I expected them to serve.    —   Charles Lindbergh
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908.    The East Germans first used biomechanics. This meant that rather than guessing about technique and form, they could apply changes to athletic performance based on science.    —   Bill Toomey
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909.    I think there is a tendency in science to measure what is measurable and to decide that what you cannot measure must be uninteresting.    —   Donald Norman
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910.    Scientific theory is a contrived foothold in the chaos of living phenomena.    —   Wilhelm Reich
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911.    I think if I’m going to do a science fiction, I’m going to go down a new path that I want to do.    —   Ridley Scott
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912.    One of the problems we’ve had is that the ICT curriculum in the past has been written for a subject that is changing all the time. I think that what we should have is computer science in the future – and how it fits in to the curriculum is something we need to be talking to scientists, to experts in coding and to young people about.    —   Michael Gove
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913.    All science requires mathematics. The knowledge of mathematical things is almost innate in us. This is the easiest of sciences, a fact which is obvious in that no one’s brain rejects it for laymen and people who are utterly illiterate know how to count and reckon.    —   Roger Bacon
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914.    I was a daydreamer, and there is a lot of history and geography and science I missed out on because I was in my head. And I regret that.    —   Gillian Anderson
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915.    Political ideology can corrupt the mind, and science.    —   E. O. Wilson
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916.    As a child, I read science fiction, but from the very beginnings of my reading for pleasure, I read a lot of non-fictional history, particularly historical biography.    —   Norman Spinrad
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917.    Aerodynamically, the bumble bee shouldn’t be able to fly, but the bumble bee doesn’t know it so it goes on flying anyway.    —   Mary Kay Ash
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918.    The foundation of empire is art and science. Remove them or degrade them, and the empire is no more. Empire follows art and not vice versa as Englishmen suppose.    —   William Blake
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919.    If I can get some student interested in science, if I can show members of the general public what’s going on up there in the space program, then my job’s been done.    —   Christa McAuliffe
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920.    Logic is neither an art nor a science but a dodge.    —   Stendhal
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921.    I have an idealistic view of science as a liberalising and progressive force for humanity.    —   Paul Nurse
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922.    They’ve also asked me now to start on another series that we’re gonna do after this Frontier Earth. But it’s not science fiction, it’s more in the Mystery and Crime division and that’s another area I’m very interested in.    —   Bruce Boxleitner
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923.    The ever quickening advances of science made possible by the success of the Human Genome Project will also soon let us see the essences of mental disease. Only after we understand them at the genetic level can we rationally seek out appropriate therapies for such illnesses as schizophrenia and bipolar disease.    —   James D. Watson
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924.    Thousands of years ago, humans domesticated every possible large wild mammal species fulfilling all those criteria and worth domesticating, with the result that there have been no valuable additions of domestic animals in recent times, despite the efforts of modern science.    —   Jared Diamond
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925.    I think people are realizing that engineering and science are extremely good degrees to get and you’ll be very highly paid once you’ve got them.    —   James Dyson
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926.    Dune is the bestselling science fiction book of all time. It’s something you really need to read in your lifetime. If you’re going to read The Lord of the Rings, which everyone should, then you have to read Dune, too.    —   Kevin J. Anderson
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927.    Anthropology demands the open-mindedness with which one must look and listen, record in astonishment and wonder that which one would not have been able to guess.    —   Margaret Mead
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928.    When I was a kid, I loved ‘The Curse of Frankenstein,’ ‘The Creeping Unknown,’ ‘X: The Unknown.’ I love ‘Forbidden Planet,’ ‘The Thing from Another World.’ They were science fiction/horror movies, generally.    —   John Carpenter
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929.    Physics does not change the nature of the world it studies, and no science of behavior can change the essential nature of man, even though both sciences yield technologies with a vast power to manipulate the subject matters.    —   Pope Paul VI
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930.    Inanimate objects can be classified scientifically into three major categories those that don’t work, those that break down and those that get lost.    —   Russell Baker
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931.    My parents divorced when I was born, and my mother is a political science professor, like a feminist Mormon, which is sort of an oxymoron.    —   Eliza Dushku
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932.    All the mathematical sciences are founded on relations between physical laws and laws of numbers, so that the aim of exact science is to reduce the problems of nature to the determination of quantities by operations with numbers.    —   James C. Maxwell
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933.    Blind faith, no matter how passionately expressed, will not suffice. Science for its part will test relentlessly every assumption about the human condition.    —   E. O. Wilson
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934.    In the spirit of science, there really is no such thing as a ‘failed experiment.’ Any test that yields valid data is a valid test.    —   Adam Savage
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935.    Science predicts that many different kinds of universe will be spontaneously created out of nothing. It is a matter of chance which we are in.    —   Stephen Hawking
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936.    Global Warming: It is a hoax. It is bad science. It is high-jacking public policy. It is the greatest scam in history.    —   John Coleman
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937.    Science has done more for the development of western civilization in one hundred years than Christianity did in eighteen hundred years.    —   John Burroughs
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938.    The capacity of the female mind for studies of the highest order cannot be doubted, having been sufficiently illustrated by its works of genius, of erudition, and of science.    —   James Madison
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939.    By exploring the political and moral colorings of discoveries about what makes us tick, we can have a more honest science and a less fearful intellectual milieu.    —   Steven Pinker
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940.    Science is the international language, so when we are able to convince countries that good decision-making for human health and animal health is based upon science, that’s a real success story for us.    —   Mike Johanns
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941.    Science, my lad, is made up of mistakes, but they are mistakes which it is useful to make, because they lead little by little to the truth.    —   Jules Verne
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942.    The Geezer album, Black Science, had a lot of keyboards and it did not work.    —   Geezer Butler
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943.    Scientific prayer makes God a celestial lab rat, leading to bad science and worse religion.    —   Michael Shermer
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944.    Modern bodybuilding is ritual, religion, sport, art, and science, awash in Western chemistry and mathematics. Defying nature, it surpasses it.    —   Camille Paglia
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945.    Science must have originated in the feeling that something was wrong.    —   Thomas Carlyle
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946.    I had read tons of science fiction. I was fascinated by other worlds, other environments. For me, it was fantasy, but it was not fantasy in the sense of pure escapism.    —   James Cameron
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947.    Modem science, then, maintains on the one hand that nature, both organic and inorganic, strives towards a state of order and that man’s actions are governed by the same tendency.    —   Rudolf Arnheim
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948.    Mythology and science both extend the scope of human beings. Like science and technology, mythology, as we shall see, is not about opting out of this world, but about enabling us to live more intensely within it.    —   Karen Armstrong
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949.    Education has failed in a very serious way to convey the most important lesson science can teach: skepticism.    —   David Suzuki
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950.    Perhaps, to the uninformed, it may appear unaccountable that a man should be able to retain in his memory such a variety of learning but the close alliance with each other, of the different branches of science, will explain the difficulty.    —   Marcus V. Pollio
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951.    Life science research can be done on multiple platforms. Since we have a very small number of people flying into space, the more people you have, the better.    —   Laurel Clark
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952.    I’ve lost my faith in science.    —   Bette Davis
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953.    Biology is now bigger than physics, as measured by the size of budgets, by the size of the workforce, or by the output of major discoveries and biology is likely to remain the biggest part of science through the twenty-first century.    —   Freeman Dyson
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954.    The man of science is nothing if not a poet gone wrong.    —   George Meredith
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955.    Humanity has experienced many revolutionary changes over the course of history: revolutions in agriculture, in science, industrial production, as well as numerous political revolutions. But these have all been limited to the external aspects of our individual and collective lives.    —   Daisaku Ikeda
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956.    Much of Indian science seems intuitive and not bound by the rigid thinking of classical scientists.    —   Roland Joffe
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957.    A year spent in artificial intelligence is enough to make one believe in God.    —   Alan Perlis
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958.    The next major explosion is going to be when genetics and computers come together. I’m talking about an organic computer – about biological substances that can function like a semiconductor.    —   Alvin Toffler
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959.    Science arose from poetry… when times change the two can meet again on a higher level as friends.    —   Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
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960.    Science is all metaphor.    —   Timothy Leary
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961.    I had never seen much of Star Trek, or any other science fiction, before I was cast. But Seven’s wonderful.    —   Jeri Ryan
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962.    It is therefore not unreasonable to suppose that some portion of the neglect of science in England, may be attributed to the system of education we pursue.    —   Charles Babbage
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963.    Vast is the field of Science. The more a man knows, the more he will find he has to know.    —   Samuel Richardson
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964.    I’m a huge fan of science fiction and fantasy – not so much horror because I get a bit scared.    —   Michael Sheen
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965.    The whole of science, and one is tempted to think the whole of the life of any thinking man, is trying to come to terms with the relationship between yourself and the natural world. Why are you here, and how do you fit in, and what’s it all about.    —   David Attenborough
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966.    And finally, no matter how good the science gets, there are problems that inevitably depend on judgement, on art, on a feel for financial markets.    —   Martin Feldstein
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967.    If, on occasion, the knowledge brought by science leads to an unhappy end, this is not to the discredit of science but is rather an indication of an imperfect ability to use wisely the gifts placed within our hands.    —   Polykarp Kusch
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968.    Advertising is fundamentally persuasion and persuasion happens to be not a science, but an art.    —   William Bernbach
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969.    Christmas renews our youth by stirring our wonder. The capacity for wonder has been called our most pregnant human faculty, for in it are born our art, our science, our religion.    —   Ralph W. Sockman
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970.    One hardly knows where, in the history of science, to look for an important movement that had its effective start in so pure and simple an accident as that which led to the building of the great Washington telescope, and went on to the discovery of the satellites of Mars.    —   Simon Newcomb
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971.    So one reason the science educators panic at the first sign of public rebellion is that they fear exposure of the implicit religious content in what they are teaching.    —   Phillip E. Johnson
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972.    Science Fiction is not just about the future of space ships travelling to other planets, it is fiction based on science and I am using science as my basis for my fiction, but it’s the science of prehistory – palaeontology and archaeology – rather than astronomy or physics.    —   Jean M. Auel
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973.    We have also arranged things so that almost no one understands science and technology. This is a prescription for disaster. We might get away with it for a while, but sooner or later this combustible mixture of ignorance and power is going to blow up in our faces.    —   Carl Sagan
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974.    The most exciting thing in the twentieth century is science.    —   John Charles Polanyi
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975.    Men love to wonder, and that is the seed of science.    —   Ralph Waldo Emerson
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976.    Anthropology is the science which tells us that people are the same the whole world over – except when they are different.    —   Nancy Banks Smith
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977.    Science is nothing, but trained and organized common sense.    —   Thomas Huxley
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978.    The modern mind tends to be more and more critical and analytical in spirit, hence it must devise for itself an engine of expression which is logically defensible at every point and which tends to correspond to the rigorous spirit of modern science.    —   Edward Sapir
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979.    I was sent to a finishing school, which didn’t last long when mother found out how badly chaperoned we were. Then I ‘came out’ before going to a domestic science school.    —   Mary Wesley
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980.    I landed a job with Roger Corman. The job was to write the English dialogue for a Russian science fiction picture. I didn’t speak any Russian. He didn’t care whether I could understand what they were saying he wanted me to make up dialogue.    —   Francis Ford Coppola
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981.    Few tragedies can be more extensive than the stunting of life, few injustices deeper than the denial of an opportunity to strive or even to hope, by a limit imposed from without, but falsely identified as lying within.    —   Stephen Jay Gould
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982.    Whence come I and whither go I? That is the great unfathomable question, the same for every one of us. Science has no answer to it.    —   Max Planck
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983.    Science is the father of knowledge, but opinion breeds ignorance.    —   Hippocrates
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984.    I was on the football team because I wanted to experience the different iconic social classes of high school. So football for me was an attempt to socially integrate in an interesting way. And then I didn’t like it anymore and stopped doing it and focused more on drama and science and other forms of art and music.    —   Reggie Watts
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985.    Harmony is an obscure and difficult musical science, but most difficult to those who are not acquainted with the Greek language because it is necessary to use many Greek words to which there are none corresponding in Latin.    —   Marcus V. Pollio
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986.    We know evolution happened because innumerable bits of data from myriad fields of science conjoin to paint a rich portrait of life’s pilgrimage.    —   Michael Shermer
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987.    When a scientist is ahead of his times, it is often through misunderstanding of current, rather than intuition of future truth. In science there is never any error so gross that it won’t one day, from some perspective, appear prophetic.    —   Jean Rostand
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988.    I have heard Science Fiction and Fantasy referred to as the fiction of ideas, and I like that definition, but it’s the mainstream public that chooses my books for the most part.    —   Jean M. Auel
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989.    Democracy is the art and science of running the circus from the monkey cage.    —   H. L. Mencken
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990.    Science is not addressed to poets.    —   George Henry Lewes
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