Science

«Something else gets under your skin, keeps you working days and nights at the sacrifice of your sleeping and eating and attention to your family and friends, something beyond the love of puzzle solving. And that other force is the anticipation of understanding something about the world that no one has ever understood before you.»

Alan Lightman


«More than any other product of human scientific culture scientific knowledge is the collective property of all mankind.»

Konrad Lorenz


«You may think you're not blind, but can you see in the dark? ☥»

Luis Marques


«In the search for truth,»

Eric Micha'el Leventhal


«There is no way out of the imagined order. When we break down our prison walls and run towards freedom, we are in fact running into the more spacious exercise yard of a bigger prison.»

Yuval Noah Harari


«They (religions) dread the advance of science as witches do the approach of daylight and scowl on the fatal harbinger announcing the subversions of the duperies on which they live.»

Thomas Jefferson


«There can be no ultimate statements science: there can be no statements in science which can not be tested, and therefore none which cannot in principle be refuted, by falsifying some of the conclusions which can be deduced from them.»

Karl Popper


«The church and the scientific community are fighting at times a common enemy: the truth religion cannot deny and the positivist materialist scientist is unable to explain.»

Paul Greene


«If there are still honest-smart men and women within those old and noble traditions, they should think carefully, observe and diagnose the illness. They should face the contradiction. Discuss the conflation. And then do as Warren Buffett and Bill Gates and many others have done. Choose the miracle of creative competition over an idolatry of cash.»

David Brin


«After forty years of working on prevention of a wide range of common and costly psychological and behavioral problems, I am convinced we have the knowledge to achieve a healthier, happier, and more prosperous society than has ever been seen in human history.»

Anthony Biglan


«If you thought that science was certain - well, that is just an error on your part.»

Richard Feynman


«The ridge of the Lammer-muir hills... consists of primary micaceous schistus, and extends from St Abb's head westward... The sea-coast affords a transverse section of this alpine tract at its eastern extremity, and exhibits the change from the primary to the secondary strata... Dr»

HUTTON


«Just as war is too important to leave it to the generals, science and technology are too important to leave in the hands of the experts.»

Sheldon Rampton


«Black holes collect problems faster than they collect matter.»

Carl Sagan


«...We lost our faith and went around wondering what life was for. If art was no more than a frustrated out-flinging of desire, if religion was no more than self-delusion, what good was life? Faith had always given us answers to all things. But it all went down the drain with Freud and Darwin. We were and still are a lost people.»

Ray Bradbury


«Dehumanization isn’t a way of talking. It’s a way of thinking—a way of thinking that, sadly, comes all too easily to us. Dehumanization is a scourge, and has been so for millennia. It acts as a psychological lubricant, dissolving our inhibitions and inflaming our destructive passions. As such, it empowers us to perform acts that would, under other circumstances, be unthinkable.»

David Livingstone Smith


«They keep saying that sea levels are rising an' all this. It's nowt to do with the icebergs melting, it's because there's too many fish in it. Get rid of some of the fish and the water will drop. Simple. Basic science.»

Karl Pilkington


«Not a single one of the cells that compose you knows who you are, or cares.»

Daniel C. Dennett


«One of the biggest obstacles to making a start on climate change is that it has become a cliche before it has even been understood»

Tim Flannery


«The only principle of Success in Life :"You must be present to win.»

Abhishek Shukla


«The thing the ecologically illiterate don't realise about an ecosystem is that it's a system. A system! A system maintains a certain fluid stability that can be destroyed by a misstep in just one niche. A system has order, flowing from point to point. If something dams that flow, order collapses. The untrained might miss that collapse until it was too late. That's why the highest function of ecology is the understanding of consequences.»

Frank Herbert


«Knowledge is a sacred gem that must be conquered,wielded and empowered. To access such gnosis is not a right,but a privilege of the evolved.»

Luis Marques


«I like the confusion you get between science and religion … that’s where belief lies and art as well.»

Damien Hirst


«Religion makes people kill each other. Science supplies them with weapons.»

Mokokoma Mokhonoana


«à¤­à¤—वान र बिज्ञान यो संसारका सबै भन्दा ठुला भ्रम हुन् ।»

Nirmal Gyanwali


«Science only goes so far, then comes God.»

Nicholas Sparks


«The phaenomena afforded by trades, are a part of the history of nature, and therefore may both challenge the naturalist's curiosity and add to his knowledge, Nor will it suffice to justify learned men in the neglect and contempt of this part of natural history, that the men, from whom it must be learned, are illiterate mechanicks... is indeed childish, and too unworthy of a philosopher, to be worthy of an honest answer.»

Robert Boyle


«I was testing a hypothesis. But it was right, and then I had a unicorn to deal with. You can't just say, 'Thank you so much, go away now' to a unicorn, the way you can with atomic particles.»

Pamela Dean


«Molecular machines display a key signature or hallmark of design, namely, irreducible complexity. In all irreducibly complex systems in which the cause of the system is known by experience or observation, intelligent design or engineering played a role in the origin of the system... We find such systems within living organisms.»

Scott A. Minnich


«Things that look like they were designed, probably were... If intelligence is an operative component of the universe, a science that methodologically excludes its existence will be susceptible to being trapped in an endless chase for materialistic causes that do not exist... Where there are sufficient grounds for inferring intelligent causation, based on evidence of "specified complexity," it should be considered as a component of scientific theories.»

Donald L. Ewert