Famous Quotes About - science

  • 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 {view}
  • A satellite has no conscience. ... Edward R. Murrow {view}
  • A scientific truth does not triumph by convincing its opponents and making them see the light, but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new generation grows up that is familiar with it. ... Max Planck {view}
  • 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 {view}
  • 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 {view}
  • 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 {view}
  • Anthropology was the science that gave her the platform from which she surveyed, scolded and beamed at the world. ... Jane Howard {view}
  • Anybody who has been seriously engaged is scientific work of any kind realizes that over the entrance to the gates of the temple of science are written the words: 'Ye must have faith.' ... Max Planck {view}
  • Anyone who attempts to generate random numbers by deterministic means is, of course, living in a state of sin. ... John von Neumann {view}
  • Bad times have a scientific value. These are occasions a good learner would not miss. ... Ralph Waldo Emerson {view}
  • Bush reiterated his stand to conservatives opposing his decision on stem cell research. He said today he believes life begins at conception and ends at execution. ... Jay Leno {view}
  • Each problem that I solved became a rule, which served afterwards to solve other problems. ... Rene Descartes {view}
  • Every great advance in science has issued from a new audacity of imagination. ... John Dewey {view}
  • Facts are the air of scientists. Without them you can never fly. ... Linus Pauling {view}
  • 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 {view}
  • For NASA, space is still a high priority. ... Dan Quayle {view}
  • 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 {view}
  • Half of the modern drugs could well be thrown out of the window, except that the birds might eat them. ... Martin Henry Fischer {view}
  • He is so old that his blood type was discontinued. ... Bill Dana {view}
  • I am not a scientist. I am, rather, an impresario of scientists. ... Jacques Yves Cousteau {view}
  • I believe in general in a dualism between facts and the ideas of those facts in human heads. ... George Santayana {view}
  • I hate facts. I always say the chief end of man is to form general propositions - adding that no general proposition is worth a damn. ... Oliver Wendell Holmes {view}
  • I see nothing in space as promising as the view from a Ferris wheel. ... E. B. White {view}
  • If a man's wit be wandering, let him study the mathematics. ... Francis Bacon {view}
  • If an elderly but distinguished scientist says that something is possible, he is almost certainly right; but if he says that it is impossible, he is very probably wrong. ... Arthur C. Clarke {view}
  • If we wish to make a new world we have the material ready. The first one, too, was made out of chaos. ... Robert Quillen {view}
  • In all science, error precedes the truth, and it is better it should go first than last. ... Hugh Walpole {view}
  • In science, "fact" can only mean "confirmed to such a degree that it would be perverse to withhold provisional assent." I suppose that apples might start to rise tomorrow, but the possibility does not merit equal time in physics classrooms. ... Stephen Jay Gould {view}
  • 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 {view}
  • It is a good morning exercise for a research scientist to discard a pet hypothesis every day before breakfast. It keeps him young. ... Konrad Lorenz {view}
  • It will free man from the remaining chains, the chains of gravity which still tie him to this planet. ... Wernher von Braun {view}
  • Leave the atom alone. ... E. Y. Harburg {view}
  • Men love to wonder, and that is the seed of science. ... Ralph Waldo Emerson {view}
  • No amount of experimentation can ever prove me right; a single experiment can prove me wrong. ... Albert Einstein {view}
  • 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 {view}
  • Nothing has such power to broaden the mind as the ability to investigate systematically and truly all that comes under thy observation in life. ... Marcus Aurelius {view}
  • Nothing in education is so astonishing as the amount of ignorance it accumulates in the form of inert facts. ... Henry B. Adams {view}
  • Nothing in the universe can travel at the speed of light, they say, forgetful of the shadow's speed. ... Howard Nemerov {view}
  • Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former. ... Albert Einstein {view}
  • Our scientific power has outrun our spiritual power. We have guided missiles and misguided men. ... Martin Luther King, Jr. {view}
  • People think of the inventor as a screwball, but no one ever asks the inventor what he thinks of other people. ... Charles Kettering {view}
  • Polygraph tests are 20th-century witchcraft. ... Sam Ervin {view}
  • Research is what I'm doing when I don't know what I'm doing. ... Wernher von Braun {view}
  • Sadly, embryonic stem cell research is completely legal in this country and has been going on at universities and research facilities for years. ... Mike Pence {view}
  • Science and technology revolutionize our lives, but memory, tradition and myth frame our response. ... Arthur M. Schlesinger {view}
  • Science does not know its debt to imagination. ... Ralph Waldo Emerson {view}
  • Science investigates religion interprets. Science gives man knowledge which is power religion gives man wisdom which is control. ... Martin Luther King, Jr. {view}
  • 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 {view}
  • Science is a way of thinking much more than it is a body of knowledge. ... Carl Sagan {view}
  • Science is organized common sense where many a beautiful theory was killed by an ugly fact. ... Thomas Huxley {view}
  • Science is simply common sense at its best, that is, rigidly accurate in observation, and merciless to fallacy in logic. ... Thomas Huxley {view}
  • Science is the great antidote to the poison of enthusiasm and superstition. ... Adam Smith {view}
  • Science is wonderfully equipped to answer the question "How?" but it gets terribly confused when you ask the question "Why?" ... Erwin Chargaff {view}
  • Science never solves a problem without creating ten more. ... George Bernard Shaw {view}
  • Scientific theory is a contrived foothold in the chaos of living phenomena. ... Wilhelm Reich {view}
  • Scientists worldwide agree that the reduction needed to stabilize the climate is actually more like 80 percent. ... Donella Meadows {view}
  • Some dreamers demand that scientists only discover things that can be used for good. ... John Charles Polanyi {view}
  • 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 {view}
  • The best scientist is open to experience and begins with romance - the idea that anything is possible. ... Ray Bradbury {view}
  • The distance between insanity and genius is measured only by success. ... Bruce Feirstein {view}
  • The doctor has been taught to be interested not in health but in disease. What the public is taught is that health is the cure for disease. ... Ashley Montagu {view}
  • The fewer the facts, the stronger the opinion. ... Arnold H. Glasow {view}
  • The folly of mistaking a paradox for a discovery, a metaphor for a proof, a torrent of verbiage for a spring of capital truths, and oneself for an oracle, is inborn in us. ... Paul Valery {view}
  • The great tragedy of science - the slaying of a beautiful hypothesis by an ugly fact. ... Thomas Huxley {view}
  • The most exciting phrase to hear in science, the one that heralds new discoveries, is not 'Eureka!' but 'That's funny...' ... Isaac Asimov {view}
  • 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 {view}
  • The nineteenth century believed in science but the twentieth century does not. ... Gertrude Stein {view}
  • 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 {view}
  • The saddest aspect of life right now is that science gathers knowledge faster than society gathers wisdom. ... Isaac Asimov {view}
  • The science of today is the technology of tomorrow. ... Edward Teller {view}
  • The scientific theory I like best is that the rings of Saturn are composed entirely of lost airline luggage. ... Mark Russell {view}
  • The scientist is motivated primarily by curiosity and a desire for truth. ... Irving Langmuir {view}
  • There are no shortcuts in evolution. ... Louis D. Brandeis {view}
  • There is a single light of science, and to brighten it anywhere is to brighten it everywhere. ... Isaac Asimov {view}
  • There is one thing even more vital to science than intelligent methods; and that is, the sincere desire to find out the truth, whatever it may be. ... Charles Pierce {view}
  • There was no "before" the beginning of our universe, because once upon a time there was no time. ... John D. Barrow {view}
  • Touch a scientist and you touch a child. ... Ray Bradbury {view}
  • One of the big hurdles to overcome is kids attitude toward science. Some kids think science is boring or they say I just don't understand it. You work around that by making it interesting and fun and relevant for kids. ... Doris Anderson {view}
  • The real question is not just a political science question of how many ministers there are. The real question is whether Mr. Arafat will abandon violence, and that can only be seen on the ground. ... Dore Gold {view}
  • It's about marketing over science. We're going to show that the company knew all about the risks before they sold the drug. We're going to force them to defend the case on the science. ... Christopher Seeger {view}
  • But theyve got it pretty much down to a science now, ... Don Carter {view}
  • We are trying the case on the science, ... Christopher Seeger {view}
  • When science finally locates the center of the universe, some people will be surprised to learn they're not it. ... Bernard Bailey {view}
  • Her excitement is contagious. She's infusing science into the art curriculum. ... Amy Clark {view}
  • This is when the real science begins. And I wouldn't be surprised if what we find includes some surprises. ... Don Brownlee {view}
  • Much of the science of this mission hasn't been done yet. ... Don Brownlee {view}
  • When I started this trial, I thought we were going to try this case on science. I had no idea my client would be called a liar. ... Christopher Seeger {view}
  • Science is difficult for teachers in that if you're going to do hands-on experiments you have to get supplies. There's a lot of organization involved. A lot of times, teachers aren't real comfortable. Maybe they don't have a science background themselves. ... Jennifer Swoap {view}
  • Recruiting is such an inexact science. I remember a former staff member here, when we said we were going to offer A.J. Hawk a scholarship, he said, 'Oh, man. That's like a (Division) 1-AA fullback coming here.' Now, A.J. will be able to buy a few things here in a few weeks. ... Jim Tressel {view}
  • You have to know less. You don't have to learn as much. Math, science and technology are fields that as a nation, the U.S. is competing with other countries and falling behind. ... Jennifer Ross {view}
  • Back when I was in school, one of our goals in food science was expanding the food supply by taking foods that are less valued, and expanding their value, ... Daniel Fletcher {view}
  • It's a good place to start. It was a wonderful way to participate in the science and math community. ... Qin Ma {view}
  • I think the graduate students in science take these rankings very seriously. We work tirelessly here to provide an individual education to our students. If anything, we've gotten better. We certainly have not gotten worse. ... Jeff Kelly {view}
  • It is certainly a distraction. I don't think it slows down the science substantially. ... People make discoveries. People make drugs. ... Jeff Kelly {view}
  • I'm really excited for her, but I am not surprised. She is very curious about everything, but especially about science. She was my top student all the way through. And, I like her sense of humor. It's a little offbeat. ... Russ Jones {view}
  • We supported East River Science Park. We supported the United Nations tower. We're not an anti-development board. But we do want planning input. We don't look kindly on commercial, nor on buildings taller than the U.N. Secretariat. ... Edward Rubin {view}
  • If you like science fiction shows, this is a good season ... pod people everywhere this fall. ... Daniel Fienberg {view}
  • India has very good teachers, especially in math and science. Also, these subjects are culture-free so it is comparatively easy for Indian teachers to teach them. Online tutoring is an area which shows enormous potential for growth. ... Kiran Karnik {view}
  • If any religion can be proven through science, it hasn't yet. It's faith. So we should be talking about the things that bind us. ... Shea Brown {view}
  • An inborn tendency toward science turning it into a lifelong commitment. ... Bruno Rossi {view}
  • Cosmic ray is the worst name. Because people think it's something out of science fiction. ... Scott Nutter {view}
  • We cannot deny the suspicion that he fabricated them. It is frustrating to allow sick science to run rampant. ... Kimihiko Hirao {view}
  • Honestly, we do it because it's fun. Beyond that, it's also the prestige and getting the public excited about science and technology. ... Shawn Jordan {view}
  • I think it has science-fiction elements, but I would say that overall it's a mystery. ... Shaun Cassidy {view}
  • It's not an exact science. It's an exciting time, and we want everyone to feel a part of it, but you have to draw the border somewhere. ... Scott Hagel {view}
  • If we can take stands that are associated with what the best science says, and we don't attach it to the political agenda of either party, I think we can maintain that position. ... William Schlesinger {view}
  • Benchmarking, generally, is far from a science. When you're talking about private company benchmarking, there are well-known limitations to the gathering and use of that data. ... Brian Hamilton {view}
  • I am a creationist. I believe both sides of this issue, but I believe science should be taught. ... Martha Wise {view}
  • I am [a] creationist. I do believe in both sides of [the] matter, but I believe good science should be taught in the science classes of Ohio. ... Martha Wise {view}
  • There's no urgency there seems to me here, ... There's no evidence by the science that says there's a problem brewing. ... Bob Mills {view}
  • Like almost all others began with metaphysical discussions. The theory has advanced but the practical science is still in its infancy and the modern statesman is constantly short of facts on which he can base his speculations. ... Antoine Lavoisier {view}
  • It's not really science-fiction, ... It's the world 30 years from now, [a time] in which for 18 years no human child has been born, for unknown reasons. Civilizations are falling apart. England is the last remaining civilization as we know it, because it's an island that's insulated itself from Europe, which is in civil wars and complete pandemonium. So the story takes place in that context. It's a story about hope and faith. ... Alfonso Cuaron {view}
  • Computer Science is embarrassed by the computer. ... Alan Perlis {view}
  • People look to science to give them complete certainty, complete assurance, in the same way they look to religion. ... John D. Barrow {view}
  • This program is a terrific example of the blending of science and entertainment. It fits wonderfully with Calit2's mission of helping the public understand what research organizations like ours are doing and how it might impact their lives. ... Larry Smarr {view}
  • It will be a marriage of science, engineering, public policy and education. ... John Cronin {view}
  • There's no science whatsoever to this stuff. You take sugar and caffeine in large quantities and you get energy. All that other stuff is urban legend. ... John Craven {view}
  • Modern science knows much about such conflicts. We call the mental state that engenders it AMBIVALENCE: a collision between thought and feeling. ... David Seabury {view}
  • In my opinion, much of the so-called science of "education" was invented as a necessary mechanism for enabling semi-educated people to act as tolerable teachers. ... Sloan Wilson {view}
  • Creationism is clearly not science. Science cannot deal with the supernatural. Intelligent Design is a crafty way to avoid the issue of a supernatural being, making it appear like science, but it isn't. ... Michael Clough {view}
  • Reason creates science; sentiments and creeds shape history ... Gustave Le Bon {view}
  • Science means simply the aggregate of all the recipes that are always successful. All the rest is literature. ... Paul Valery {view}
  • The puritanical potentialities of science have never been forecast. If it evolves a body of organized rites, and is established as a religion, hierarchically organized, things more than anything else will be done in the name of ''decency'.' The coarse fumes of tobacco and liquors, the consequent tainting of the breath and staining of white fingers and teeth, which is so offensive to many women, will be the first things attended to. ... Wyndham Lewis {view}
  • A science is any discipline in which the fool of this generation can go beyond the point reached by the genius of the last generation. ... Max Gluckman {view}
  • They basically ask their engineers to volunteer some probability figures, then they take the average. This is not science. This is voodoo, ... Michio Kaku {view}
  • The primary tool of science is skepticism, whose light shrivels unquestioning faith ... Mike Huben {view}
  • Thus the yeoman work in any science, and especially physics, is done by the experimentalist, who must keep the theoreticians honest. ... Michio Kaku {view}
  • I returned to poetry as a more precise way to describe the world --- more precise than science. ... David Whyte {view}
  • It's something that's going to take time to adjust to. But it's a big improvement for science. ... Cathy Cole {view}
  • Psychology is the science of human behavior and the things that happen in the mind to create it. It's a subject that fascinates almost everyone because we all have notions of what's normal and what's not. ... David Watson {view}
  • Women in general were rare in the science fiction field, and black women, ha. ... Steven Barnes {view}
  • It's a pretty big network. Without volunteer citizen science, there's be no way we could have a project of this scope and reach within the region. ... David Drummond {view}
  • I wish I took more scientific classes, because I've always been interested in science. Most of what I have learned I've learned on the job. It's a really neat opportunity to learn by calling up scientists, some of which are world-renowned, ask them questions. ... Carl Zimmer {view}
  • And then there is a certain amount of magic which is difficult to explain as a science because it isn't. There is a certain chemistry the two of us have writing together, which obviously creates something better than us apart. ... David Walliams {view}
  • These folks truly understand the value of education, especially when it comes to math and science. ... Vern Raburn {view}
  • I have learned so much about where we came from. It has also allowed me to appreciate the new science that has come out on human origins. ... Carl Zimmer {view}
  • We tell them about Earth science, astronomy, plant science and marine science. But what we don't do is explain what the four basic sciences are and what the building blocks are. We go too broad too early. We don't go in depth enough.... You've got to understand the big picture of what science is and how all the sciences relate to one another. If you don't do that, you'll never get it and you'll never get a real interest in science. ... Harry Orf {view}
  • The science overwhelmingly shows that we have to reduce emissions by at least half by mid-century to avoid catastrophic consequences. This isn't gonna get us even close, or started on the right foot. ... John Stanton {view}
  • Any action that the state can take to encourage the study of math and science is a positive step. ... Marjorie Kaplan {view}
  • The really fascinating thing about research is the new science, but to get to it, you have to get past that first level. ... Walter Gilbert {view}
  • Twenty percent of our profits are given to charities. We are very focused on math and science education. We've given a lot of money to advanced math education from kindergarten through the twelfth grade. We also helped establish a public school in Columbus that focuses on math and science. ... Martin Toomajian {view}
  • The company has prototypes running right now that are killing things. The basic science is done. A lot of the scientists developing this were physicists who were doing military-directed physics in Russia and have moved on to more peaceful programs in the United States. ... Mark Arnold {view}
  • It's barely a science because there is so much art that goes into it and so many assumptions. It's the tool we have got, and it's got a lot of flaws. ... Laura Hunter {view}
  • Once again, President Bush let's politics pollute science. Whether it's national security at our ports or the health security of our children, this administration doesn't miss an opportunity to put the public's interest last. ... John Stanton {view}
  • The stars are aligning to put Wisconsin on the biotech map, and we'd stack our science at UW-Madison up with anybody in the world. ... Mark Bugher {view}
  • Science is his forte, and omniscience his foible. ... Sydney Smith {view}
  • So he came back at 40 ... with a science degree, thinking, `Well, what am I going to do now?' and with two kids, he enrolled in medical school with a lot of 19-year-olds, ... an amazing thing. ... Hugh Laurie {view}
  • Blind faith, no matter how passionately expressed, will not suffice. Science for its part will test relentlessly every assumption about the human condition. ... Edward O. Wilson {view}
  • The problem is that no ethical system has ever achieved consensus. Ethical systems are completely unlike mathematics or science. This is a source of concern. ... Daniel Dennett {view}
  • Whenever the poetry of myth is interpreted as biography, history, or science, it is killed. The living images become only remote facts of a distant time or place. Furthermore, it is never difficult to demonstrate that as science and history, mythology is absurd. ... Joseph Campbell {view}
  • While all other sciences have advanced, that of government is at a standstill - little better understood, little better practiced now than three or four thousand years ago. ... John Adams {view}
  • Respectable Professors of the Dismal Science. ... Thomas Carlyle {view}
  • The most important fundamental laws and facts of physical science have all been discovered, and these are now so firmly established that the possibility of their ever being supplemented by new discoveries is exceedingly remote. ... Albert Michelson {view}
  • What we might call, by way of eminence, the Dismal Science ... Thomas Carlyle {view}
  • Imagination is everything. It is the preview of life's coming attractions. ... Albert Einstein {view}
  • This is a delicate operation. There's a great deal of science to this type of recovery. ... Mark Rosenker {view}
  • I study the science of sleep. We knew the number was high where people sleep on different beds for different schedules and horrible conflicting habits. ... A survey 10 years ago from the Better Sleep Council said almost 1 in 4 would sleep better if they were in different beds. Now 10 years later we see the stats. ... Pete Bils {view}
  • We face a timetable that is driven by nature, science and by the predicted effect of climate change on our world, not by our own negotiating processes. ... Margaret Beckett {view}
  • If you understand the science, there is no magic to this. It is based on sound science and engineering. ... There are no smoke and mirrors here. ... John Donoghue {view}
  • Intelligent design is clearly not a scientific theory. It's sort of anti-science, in a way, because it says that the world is too complicated, too hard to figure out, so there must be a supernatural answer. ... Kirk Johnson {view}
  • This would, of course, not open up science but destroy it. ... Eugenie Scott {view}
  • Scientists tend to be skeptical, but the weakness of the community of science is that it tends to move into preformed establishment modes that say this is the only way of doing science, the only valid view. ... Walter Gilbert {view}
  • This doesn't mean that [the EU members] are not playing with the science. ... Kirsty Hughes {view}
  • What we did in that review article is look at what is known and what science and engineering can deliver. ... Arthur Ragauskas {view}
  • You are unlikely to see our science-based approach change just because of shifts in the public discourse. ... Scott Gottlieb {view}
  • 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 {view}
  • It's the sort of story you could tell high-school students to get them excited about science. ... William Schaffner {view}
  • We are indeed proud that the LADWP Science Bowl has grown to become an important annual event attracting some of the nation's most talented and hardworking students and now program alumni. The amount of knowledge and depth of understanding that the students possess is amazing. ... George Rofail {view}
  • Students participating at the LADWP Science Bowl are among the best high school science scholars in the city, state and nation, based on the success of previous science bowl competitions. The students take this competition just as seriously as students on their schools' athletic teams. Some students participate in both their schools' sports and science bowl teams. ... George Rofail {view}
  • It is a big day for science, ... William Schaffner {view}
  • Saying there is little or no impact on science data quality is not quite the same thing as saying there is no impact on the overall Hubble science program. ... Bruce Margon {view}
  • We need to retain our quality-of-life aspects like museums, science centers and aquariums. ... Sharon Walker {view}
  • We basically have a crisis in this country with not enough of our own homegrown talent taking up science as a career and also just with basic science literacy. We have to get more funding for those areas that are going to provide basic research. All innovation eventually stems from basic research, and we have to advocate on behalf of policies that are going to really promote an environment in the U.S. for innovation, because that's going to keep us competitive. ... Madeleine Jacobs {view}
  • Science and math are scary to a lot of lawyers. ... Gary Clements {view}
  • Most people, I think, associate slow cooking with rocket science. They get nervous when they see these things. But I think they are some of the best tools to have around the house. ... Sergio Meza {view}
  • We have developed systems for hiring, training and retaining employees like an elaborate science. ... Nandan Nilekani {view}
  • Too few people in computer science are aware of some of the informational challenges in biology and their implications for the world. We can store an incredible amount of data very cheaply. ... Sergey Brin {view}
  • Like other Feminist science fiction authors, McIntyre writes of powerful, competent, courageous female characters who would never wait for a man to rescue them, nor let him be the one to accomplish great deeds. ... William Bainbridge {view}
  • Folks seem to confuse what science is all about; it's a methodology of discovery to explain how things are and why they work that way. Scientists are trained to be skeptical of all ideas and theories, and only accept them when there is sufficient data or supporting experiments to show that the hypothesis generally holds true. Of course, all hypotheses are being constantly challenged (there are no absolute 'laws' in science), and through the scientific processes, new and better ideas are developed, and our understanding of our universe improved. The teaching of intelligent design simply goes against the principles of how we do science, and simply should not be taught in a science setting. ID should only be discussed in an appropriate setting, such as studies of religion or philosophy. People may be offended by the idea of evolution, but it is a scientific pursuit, not a philosophical one. ... David Major {view}
  • I would hope that these results, combined with similar recent findings, would encourage scientists to stick to science and stop dabbling in the supernatural. ... Bruce Flamm {view}
  • [Starting December 26, Headline News Space Science and Technology Correspondent Allard Beutel looks at the technological vision put forth by Kubrick and co-screenwriter Sir Arthur Clarke. In a five-part series called,] 2001: A Space Prophecy, ... 2001. ... Allard Beutel {view}
  • Everybody knows that science is fun. The more you learn, the easier it is to have fun with it. ... Gary Anderson {view}
  • We should not even consider carbon mandates when the science is uncertain and recent policies addressing carbon intensity haven't even been implemented yet. ... Keith McCoy {view}
  • At some point (the administration) is going to have to face up to the dams. The science leads to the dams and the law leads to the dams. ... Glen Spain {view}
  • In some areas Ireland is already a world-class hub for research -- for example in computer science and biology, ... William Harris {view}
  • In science there often aren't two sides. You know, gravity works. ... Lawrence Krauss {view}
  • Mental Science had advanced so much that they could reproduce what had happened or predict what would happen. ... Sri Sathya Sai Baba {view}
  • Modern science is fast-moving, and no laboratory can exist for long with a program based on old facilities. Innovation and renewal are required to keep a laboratory on the frontiers of science. ... Burton Richter {view}
  • Along the way I discovered that science was not the straightforward pursuit of truth one learned about in school. It, too, was full of interpretation, nuance, even ideology, ... Arthur Shapiro {view}
  • It is a heartbreaking turn for science and Korea. Without trust, we just cannot imagine science. This is utterly unacceptable. ... Laurie Zoloth {view}
  • The fact that this raised the hopes of patients and then did not deliver that promise has special poignancy. Science should be based on truth. ... Laurie Zoloth {view}
  • The larger research programs that the National Science Foundation and National Institutes of Health are sponsoring require a machine like this to manage such large amounts of data. ... Larry MacIntyre {view}
  • Freedom is absolutely necessary for the progress in science and the liberal arts ... Baruch Spinoza {view}
  • Science is a method to keep yourself from kidding yourself ... Edwin Land {view}
  • Every effort for progress, for enlightenment, for science, for religious, political, and economic liberty, emanates from the minority, and not from the mass ... Emma Goldman {view}
  • I worry that, especially as the Millennium edges nearer, pseudo-science and superstition will seem year by year more tempting, the siren song of unreason more sonorous and attractive. ... Dr. Carl Sagan {view}
  • Science cannot stop while ethics catches up - and nobody should expect scientists to do all the thinking for the country ... Elvin Stackman {view}
  • This world, after all our science and sciences, is still a miracle; wonderful, inscrutable, magical and more, to whosoever will think of it. ... Thomas Dekker {view}
  • I maintain there is much more wonder in science than in pseudoscience. And in addition, to whatever measure this term has any meaning, science has the additional virtue, and it is not an inconsiderable one, of being true. ... Dr. Carl Sagan {view}
  • There are many hypotheses in science which are wrong. That's perfectly all right; they're the aperture to finding out what's right. Science is a self-correcting process. To be accepted, new ideas must survive the most rigorous standards of evidence and scrutiny. ... Dr. Carl Sagan {view}
  • Science may never come up with a better office communication system than the coffee break. ... Earl Wilson {view}
  • This stuff isn't rocket science. ... Mike Tadych {view}
  • the science of life. ... Mike Wallace {view}
  • Content knowledge is really important. I like math. It seemed really interested in getting people with math and science content out in the classes. ... Mike Warren {view}
  • This is what we do. We put together different sciences and technologies to make things. ... John Pierce {view}
  • Recruiting is not a perfect science but our staff worked hard because we know how important it is. ... Mike Gundy {view}
  • If we can make this integrated science game work, it will be ours to lose. ... John Pierce {view}
  • Bleep theory belongs in philosophy, not a science class. But I think it does have enough merit to be a topic of conversation somewhere other than the backwoods and closets. ... Eric Johnson {view}
  • Desperate Housewives. If an opportunity arises at a cocktail party [to discuss science] they'll engage. ... Mike Hess {view}
  • We found that consumer interest in science and science-related consumer products is both larger and more complex than many people previously thought. ... Mike Hess {view}
  • We have some people from Purdue University Food Science coming to look at the kitchen in (old) hospital to help us explore that option. There is one in Madison that Purdue worked with. ... Mindy Kenworthy {view}
  • In science, we must be interested in things, not in persons. ... Marie Curie {view}
  • Facts are not science - as the dictionary is not literature. ... Martin H. Fischer {view}
  • Science and art may invent splendid modes of illuminating the apartments of the opulent: but these are all poor and worthless compared with the common light which the sun sends into all our windows, which pours freely, impartially over hill and valley, which kindles daily the eastern and western sky; and so the common lights of reason, and conscience, and love, are of more worth and dignity than the rare endowments which give celebrity to a few. ... William Ellery Channing {view}
  • The science of Yoga was assigned great prominence in the past by Indians. ... Sri Sathya Sai Baba {view}
  • The dialectic is neither fiction or mysticism, but a science of the forms of our thinking insofar as it is not limited to the daily problems of life but attempts to arrive at an understanding of more complicated and drawn-out processes. The dialectic and formal logic bear a relationship similar to that between higher and lower mathematics. ... Leon Trotsky {view}
  • Science is some kind of cosmic apple juice from the Garden of Eden. Those who drink of it are doomed to carry the burden of original sin. ... Lewis M. Branscomb {view}
  • We are now devoting ourselves to science. I am afraid some of us feel that science will give us final solutions - better bases for philosophy, an ideal groundwork for satisfactions, for enjoyment. But it is doubtful whether the mind of man can ever understand the universe. For every puzzle that we uncover and solve, two more appear that were hidden. ... Liberty Hyde Bailey {view}
  • Rocket science has been mythologized all out of proportion to its true difficulty, ... John Carmack {view}
  • War technology is science in the service of obscene anatomical vandalism. ... Stan Goff {view}
  • Much of the debate over global warming is predicated on fear, rather than science. ... James Inhofe {view}
  • I don't think makeup is rocket science or a cure for cancer. ... Cindy Crawford {view}
  • 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 {view}
  • 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 Fitzgerald Kennedy {view}
  • Space or science fiction has become a dialect for our time. ... Doris Lessing {view}
  • The historian of science may be tempted to exclaim that when paradigms change, the world itself changes with them. ... Thomas Kuhn {view}
  • Science has always been too dignified to invent a good backscratcher. ... Don Marquis {view}
  • Therefore, the good of man must be the end of the science of politics. ... Aristotle {view}
  • We have NASA-designated students who receive less of the regular science curriculum and get more of a NASA-guided curriculum. ... Joseph Cote {view}
  • I think I've always been prepared for this. I know what I have to do. You can't make rocket science out of it. You just have to execute pitches. Don't let exterior distractions in. It just takes away from what you're trying to do. ... Josh Beckett {view}
  • The consequences of these unprecedented reductions would be to cripple the ability of NASA's science enterprise . . . precisely the opposite of what this country needs to remain competitive. ... Wes Huntress {view}
  • I don't have a problem with people saying how can you really tell? It's not an exact science and I wouldn't want it to be. ... Bobby Burton {view}
  • I don't read Science Fiction. ... Brent Spiner {view}
  • The public doesn't really understand just how far this science has come. ... Alan Russell {view}
  • People are passionate on both sides of the issue. Between lobbyists and science professors, I had to take a crash course to get up to speed on things. ... Al Simpson {view}
  • The Academy (of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences) is really to be commended. It's admirable that voters are recognizing the hip-hop generation and its influence on American culture. ... Aaron Rosenberg {view}
  • Chances are that if (math and science graduates) aren't already considering teaching they'll still turn to employment opportunities that offer them more money. ... Fred Glass {view}
  • The objective is not winning the competition. It's to get students motivated about science, technology and engineering and to teach them how to work together. ... John Murdock {view}
  • Some of the most brilliant people in the world doing the most important cutting-edge science will converge in Chicago. They will network. They will interact. They will learn from one another. And the world's total knowledge of this life-saving and life-enhancing science will grow exponentially as a result of what happens here. ... Jim Greenwood {view}
  • We're delighted to bring the conference to Chicago. In keeping with our theme: 'Brilliant science, smart business, better living, it's all here,' we've added several new aspects to the conference. ... Jim Greenwood {view}
  • The celebration feels great, but it will be very brief because before we start our main science phase, we still have six months of challenging work to adjust the orbit to the right size and shape. ... Jim Graf {view}
  • You know what it's called? It's called guys stepping up and making plays. This game is not rocket science. ... Damien Woody {view}
  • It will rewrite the science textbooks on Mars. ... Jim Graf {view}
  • It has obviously precipitated a lot of interesting thinking in our science community. ... Jim Garvin {view}
  • Science is a method, not a creed. ... Jim Gallagher {view}
  • It's very important to reveal the mystery of the pyramid. Science in archaeology is very important. People all over the world are waiting to solve this mystery, ... Zahi Hawass {view}
  • I'm concerned the facilitator for this meeting is using what I would refer to as a Yucca science model. Any research she doesn't agree with, she doesn't acknowledge. ... Bill Hanlon {view}
  • This is a tragic day for the families of the astronauts and a tragic day for science, ... George Bush {view}
  • Fashion is more about feel than science. ... Pharrell Williams {view}
  • Our study supports the science advisors' position. When cities make those reductions, the results save lives. ... Francine Laden {view}
  • You never know how close you are to having a top horse, ... It's not an exact science and it can really happen overnight. ... John Harris {view}
  • The advancement of science and technology alone cannot make humanity happy. ... Kazuo Inamori {view}
  • [Nathan Fillion, who moves from the bridge of the spaceship Serenity to the science-fiction horror movie Slither , told SCI FI Wire that the latter will be a return to old-fashioned splatter films.] There's stuff blowing up. There's some nasty [stuff]. There's some sliming, ... There's a lot of prosthetics. We leaned away from the CGI and leaned towards the prosthetics as an homage to the horror movies of yesteryear. Our creator/director, James Gunn, said it will be the last time he ever does that. ... Nathan Fillion {view}
  • We're hoping that next year when they choose their major and minors, they'll choose the sciences. ... Kee Koch {view}
  • Our interest has been in pushing measurement science as far as we can go, ... John Hall {view}
  • newfound interest in science is a derivative of his longing to travel back in time and run a cohesive campaign. ... Tracey Schmitt {view}
  • This investment will allow us to meet our clients' growing demand for high-science, first-in-human clinical trial services and address one of their toughest drug development challenges. ... Wendel Barr {view}
  • All the trends, in my view, are negative. On the whole, I expect our work force problems in science and technology only to get worse. ... Neal Lane {view}
  • Politics is not an exact science. ... Otto von Bismarck {view}
  • The modern developments of economic science in relation to rent indicate progress. For we are learning that what is commonly called the rent of land is really a very complex thing made up of many elements, some of which differ more widely from one another than it, as a whole, differs from profits, or than some elements of it differ from wages. ... Alfred Marshall {view}
  • My ignorance of science is such that if anyone mentioned copper nitrate I should think he was talking about policemen's overtime. ... Frederick Donald Coggan {view}
  • Politicians should read science fiction, not westerns and detective stories. ... Arthur C. Clarke {view}
  • Detection is, or ought to be, an exact science, and should be treated in the same cold unemotional manner. You have attempted to tinge it with romanticism, which produces the same effect as if you worked a love-story into the fifth proposition of Euclid. ... Arthur Conan Doyle Sr. {view}
  • Logic is neither an art nor a science but a dodge ... Stendhal {view}
  • If I found any new truths in the sciences, I can say that they follow from, or depend on, five or six principal problems which I succeeded in solving and which I regard as so many battles where the fortunes of war were on my side. ... Rene Descartes {view}
  • He is the type of scientist that bridges the gap between the science community and the commercial fishing community. He?s equally comfortable working in both arenas. ... Brian Doyle {view}
  • We asked for a meeting to help them understand it is not rocket science in the 21st century to manage 2 million people in two weeks. ... Shakeel Syed {view}
  • These [grants] are competitive. [They are] based on the quality of science, based on the potential for adding new information, for improvement in the treatment of prostate cancer. ... Sarah Parsons {view}
  • It's not heavy science by any means, but it's kind of a hoot. ... Nate Murphy {view}
  • In the next 10 years, the U.S. will need 1.3 million programmers, systems analysts, and computer science engineers. These are jobs that pay 64 percent above the national average. That's not a bad challenge to answer. ... Kelly Carnes {view}
  • I just think being a doctor is very appropriate for me. It is a good balance of science and humanity -- very good for me. Also, I've seen how important health is through my activities here. Healing someone is so noble, so humbling. ... Sarah Nie {view}
  • It's my birthday, too. I'd like to talk to you more about the science of pitching. ... Seth McClung {view}
  • I read Popular Mechanics, Popular Science, Reader's Digest... I read some responsible journalism, and from that, I form my own opinions. I also happen to be intelligent, and I question everything. ... Gary Coleman {view}
  • (The report) is not something that allows politicians to point their finger, but it is backed up by science and subject to review by other scientists, ... It lays the facts out on the table. ... Kevin Cahill {view}
  • Science has not solved problems, only shifted the points of problems. ... Charles Henry Parkhurst {view}
  • The honors come in English, math, science and social studies, which indicate not only how accomplished our students are but how well-rounded they are. ... Hugh McIntosh {view}
  • A decade or two ago we imagined a neural interface, but it was science fiction. But now these things are pretty close to being realized in the laboratory. ... Hugh Herr {view}
  • A lot of this is art, not science, and standards aren't as clear as Admiral (Charles) Griffiths would make them out to be, ... We've reviewed the books and if you read the books, Waddle is inside perimeters for everything. ... Charles Gittins {view}
  • It was generally believed that Catholics were not interested in arts and science graduate schools. They weren't going to be intellectuals. And so I put the theses to the test. And they all collapsed. ... Andrew Greeley {view}
  • Wait until you see the science that is going to come back from this mission. It's going to know your socks off. ... Howard Eisen {view}
  • In response to inquiries, including from Congress, we are clarifying our position on the science. ... Susan Bro {view}
  • Now all science subjects are taught here along with four languages including English. We have over 16000 students today but they all study in tents now. ... Syed Naasir Askarzada {view}
  • Was America really founded on Middle Eastern lies, and if it was, isn't it about time it was refounded on Western science fact? ... Steven Fowler {view}
  • Want to know what some molecules do when you give them 4 billion years to evolve?.. they sit there and wonder what the last statement they read meant. ... Marcus Gonzales {view}
  • I think this Children's Museum will meet a need that museums like the Field Museum and the Museum of Science and Industry do not meet and that's a lot of interaction. ... Adam Woodworth {view}
  • Science defies Religion, Religion defines Politics. ... Gagondeep Singh Srai {view}
  • Most people say that is it is the intellect which makes a great scientist. They are wrong: it is character. ... Albert Einstein {view}
  • It is junk science. There's no peer review. It's jumping from one conclusion to the next. ... Aaron Miles {view}
  • The Convergence of Science and Spirituality. ... George Johnson {view}
  • This elegant process of generating diversity in nature has many potential applications in the life sciences. We are excited by the opportunity to build on Nature's successes. ... David Martin {view}
  • Rate-making and setting of rate proposals is part science and part art because there are judgments that have to be made. ... Brian Duplessis {view}
  • A restaurant is a weird science. It's a chemistry, and that place had it. ... Nick Powers {view}
  • In denying protection for the Yellowstone cutthroat trout, the Bush administration is once again ignoring science for the benefit of their campaign contributors in the livestock grazing, mining and timber industries. ... Noah Greenwald {view}
  • We're going to build easily the most sophisticated and exciting place (to do rehabilitation science) anywhere in the world. ... Geoff Fernie {view}
  • We're starting to look at the moon as a source of fuel. Maybe it's science fiction right now, but we need to start moving in that direction. ... Nikolay Sevastiyanov {view}
  • I still believe in their science. It's a company with a very rich past, with the potential for an even richer future, but they have to execute quarter after quarter after quarter. ... Gene Pisasale {view}
  • I warn you against believing that advertising is a science. ... William Bernbach {view}
  • Strategy is a style of thinking, a conscious and deliberate process, an intensive implementation system, the science of insuring future success. ... Pete Johnson {view}
  • There's not a lot of science involved in games between us and NEC. It will be won and lost up front. ... Nick Holten {view}
  • Judge Jones got on his soapbox to offer his own views of science, religion and evolution. He makes it clear that he wants his place in history as the judge who issued a definitive decision about intelligent design. This is an activist judge who has delusions of grandeur. ... John West {view}
  • It is not correct... to stray from the field of science while pretending to do science. It only creates confusion between the scientific plane and those that are philosophical or religious. ... Fiorenzo Facchini {view}
  • Science is great, but it's got to be translational into a viable product. ... David Greenwood {view}
  • It's one of the great ideas in science ever. ... Kevin Padian {view}
  • The science aspect of mountain-top removal overshadows everything. ... Nick Smith {view}
  • I don't know why I do it really, Now, I get to focus on the students and the science fair, which I always loved. ... Norm Negus {view}
  • We wanted the science fiction to be accessible, that it not be like 'Star Trek,' that it not be technical, and everything has to be explained. We wanted it to be much scarier in the way it's presented. ... Brannon Braga {view}
  • I thought our triple bottom line was science, technology and community support. It seems the (triple bottom line) concept has gone to a purely economic framework. ... Michael Donahoe {view}
  • Cosmic acceleration is the biggest mystery in all of science. ... Michael Turner {view}
  • Over 80 percent of the impact is based on the icon, not the science center inside it. ... Alexis Faust {view}
  • No great advance has been made in science, politics, or religion without controversy. ... Lyman Beecher {view}
  • This material does look very primitive. This is material we can work with. We can harvest science from this. ... John Bradley {view}
  • I'm terribly excited. We're all jumping up and down. I'm pleased that NASA hasn't given up on science altogether. ... Lucy McFadden {view}
  • We are committed to opening Yucca Mountain based only on sound science. The work that we do must be without question or qualification, and this report confirms that we are on the right path forward. ... Paul Golan {view}
  • In science we're called on to believe in these things based on circumstantial evidence and a whole lot of faith. ... Michael Guillen {view}
  • Despite the fact that the science is consistent, our quality assurance requirements were not met, which is a requirement for submitting a license application to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. We find it best to just replace this work. ... Paul Golan {view}
  • They were told they shouldn't be supporting the arts, they should be supporting science research. ... Michael Hayden {view}
  • I think [the science] is actually ahead of schedule, ... Richard Lerner {view}
  • People sometimes put too much 'faith' in science, but science is really just what works for the present time. Theories are constantly refuted and challenged. Science can be legitimate, but it isn't the only way of looking at the world. In my mind, religion is as valid as science. ... Richard Lopez {view}
  • We're having a science fiction week in investment banking land. They're throwing so much out it's confusing the market. ... Irv DeGraw {view}
  • Science will never be able to reduce the value of a sunset to arithmetic. Nor can it reduce friendship or statesmanship to a formula. ... Dr. Louis Orr {view}
  • will be criticized as a diversion of good science by politics. ... Irving Weissman {view}
  • Existence is the only reality for the self. As water cannot be separated from wetness, so you, the self, cannot be separated from existence. Existence is an integral aspect of your essence. ... Science of Identity Foundation- Jagad Guru Ch {view}
  • Every fact of science was once Damned. Every invention was considered impossible. Every discovery was a nervous shock to some orthodoxy. Every artistic innovation was denounced as fraud and folly. The entire web of culture and "progress," everything on earth that is man-made and not given to us by nature, is the concrete manifestation of some man's refusal to bow to Authority. We would own no more, know no more, and be no more than the first apelike hominids if it were not for the rebellious, the recalcitrant, and the intransigent. As Oscar Wilde truly said, "Disobedience was man's Original Virtue." ... Robert Anton Wilson {view}
  • With the arrival of Venus Express, ESA is the only space agency to have science operations under way around four planets: Venus, the moon, Mars and Saturn. We are really proud to deliver such a capability to the international science community. ... David Southwood {view}
  • The sciences, each straining in its own direction, have hitherto harmed us little; but some day the piecing together of dissociated knowledge will open up such terrifying vistas of reality, and of our frightful position therein, that we shall either go mad from the revelation or flee from the deadly light into the peace and safety of a new dark age. ... H. P Lovecraft {view}
  • We want to use science to guide our therapy for these patients. ... Wendy Moore {view}
  • Eliza was very passionate about trying to find ways to make computer science and engineering more appealing to females. She really felt that while there were not physical barriers - we were actively trying to get females into the program - there were probably more implicit barriers. ... Joseph Fall {view}
  • The beauty of everything here is that even though they are all part of circus acts, everything is science-based in some way, ... Brenda Lewis {view}
  • Those kids may have learned a lot of science (at school). But if it wasn't the science that was on the test, the chances are they aren't going to do as well. They may not have many opportunities to learn science outside of the school day. ... John Kline {view}
  • Advances in science and medical research and public health policies have meant that life expectancy for Australians is one of the highest in the world. ... Julie Bishop {view}
  • This exhibition gives a unique behind-the-scenes look at the science and technology which made the film trilogy possible. ... Jon Tucker {view}
  • We've taken this ancient tradition, science, and art of yoga out of a culture and a religion and world view and we've tried to transplant to the other side of the planet. I believe there's not a complete match up. ... Judith Hanson Lasater {view}
  • This shows the president is more interested in science fiction than science. This administration has put no limit on global warming pollution, and has consistently rebuffed any suggestion to do so. ... Frank O'Donnell {view}
  • The two programs are critical to keep the new nuclear plant momentum up and to support mathematics and science education to ensure a highly-trained work force to support our future. ... John Kane {view}
  • Fashion is the science of appearance, and it inspires one with the desire to seem rather than to be. ... Henry Fielding {view}
  • In science one tries to tell people, in such a way as to be understood by everyone, something that no one ever knew before. But in poetry, it's the exact opposite. ... Paul Dirac {view}
  • Science is the century-old endeavour to bring together by means of systematic thought the perceptible phenomena of this world into as thorough-going an association as possible. To put it boldly, it is the attempt at a posterior reconstruction of exis ... Albert Einstein {view}
  • That's the whole problem with science. You've got a bunch of empiricists trying to describe things of unimaginable wonder. ... Bill Watterson {view}
  • Science is nothing but perception. ... Plato {view}
  • 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 {view}
  • It's a great way to get the kids involved in science and parents are invited to stay too. ... Cheryl Scott {view}
  • Junk science has no place in the courtroom. It increases the cost of litigation. ... Donald Palmisano {view}
  • These kinds of events are a great opportunity to help young people develop a love of science and to showcase their creativity and ability to discover, learn, and experiment with science and technology. ... Raymond Bachand {view}
  • Science is obviously hugely important, and it will only continue to be more important. ... Cheryl Orr {view}
  • There's no question that between the TV shows and the greater visibility of forensic science in the news that a lot more people are curious about it and want to look into it. ... Ben Wecht {view}
  • It's not rocket science. It's really about common sense. ... Ray Tonjes {view}
  • The Army took another look and made sure that we had done all the right things, using the best science available. ... Ray Marler {view}
  • Science is what we understand well enough to explain to a computer. Art is everything else we do. ... Donald Knuth {view}
  • There is no question in our minds that the stem cell paper published 19 May 2005 by the journal Science needs to be retracted. ... Donald Kennedy {view}
  • Feeling and longing are the motive forces behind all human endeavor and human creations. ... Albert Einstein {view}
  • We were asking for more science. ... Gayla Benefield {view}
  • Science has come an awful long way in the last 250 years. ... Keith Lockhart {view}
  • This isn't rocket science. If you look at the record of hurricane activity in the Atlantic going back 100 years, you see that there are periods of high activity and periods of low activity. ... Kerry Emanuel {view}
  • THE SCIENCE OF THINGS ... Gavin Rossdale {view}
  • It is based on very strong science, it is all recorded and reviewed by other scientists and endorsed. That is very important element for all conservation. In this case it really is clear. ... Bruce Batt {view}
  • The science fiction approach doesn't mean it's always about the future; it's an awareness that this is different. ... Neal Stephenson {view}
  • It was nothing to do about science, ... It was one zeal to beat Garry Kasparov. And when a big corporation with unlimited resources would like to do so, there are many ways to achieve the result. ... Garry Kasparov {view}
  • Hubble science on two gyros will be indistinguishable from the superb science we have become accustomed to over the years. ... David Leckrone {view}
  • It's absolutely outrageous. It's not going to help people lose weight. It's junk science. ... Keith Ayoob {view}
  • It has great scientific potential, but there's a difference between good science and a good investment. If anybody can point to a winner in that race, they're much smarter than I am. The race has just begun, and the pack hasn't separated yet. ... Alidad Mireskandari {view}
  • People who are more science-oriented and innovative tend to look down on me-too drugs, ... there's a lot more risk in being innovative. ... Al Rauch {view}
  • When you say science, people have a certain image of facilities. Science is not an old building from the 1950s not these days. ... Al Williams {view}
  • Rob embodied science. That was easily reflected in this symposium and everything that he did for this department. ... Adam Krupicka {view}
  • The chief difference between horror fans and science fiction fans lies in why they won't walk backwards. A horror fan won't walk backwards because he knows he'll be knifed by a madman. A science fiction fan won't walk backwards because he knows he'll step on the cat. ... Aaron Allston {view}
  • The FDA approval process is two parts, science and politics. We have the science, but we have not mastered the politics. ... Steve May {view}
  • My passion is to make sure this society is educated in modern science. ... Gregory Forbes {view}
  • The consumers' trust has been eroded and the EU must restore public confidence in its food science and controls, ... David Byrne {view}
  • In science, there has never been a more well-founded theory than evolutionary theory. It's as good as science gets. ... Gregory Forbes {view}
  • It was a marriage of art and science. What they told us appeared to be dead-on and we haven't had any reason to question it. ... Rob Elkins {view}
  • The thing that science fiction does is what nobody on TV does - outside the news. It looks at the enormous issues of equality, war, feminism, racism, international relations - big, big stories ignored by mainstream TV for obvious reasons. Science fiction is the easiest way to deal with it. ... Robert Thompson {view}
  • If you listen to old radio mysteries or read early 20th-century science fiction, the place the invaders came from was Mars. ... Robert Thompson {view}
  • If we've defined science such that it cannot get to the true answer, we've got a pretty lame definition of science. ... Douglas Axe {view}
  • There are some facts we cannot explain by scientific methods such as life time bondage between mother and child. ... Nishi De Silva {view}
  • I'm sorry if I sound elitist. But I'm even more sorry that people who took high-school physics now qualify as an elite. ... Tim J. Moerman {view}
  • Technology has made a significant difference to the society. The question is, 'How far this difference be able to unite the society? ... Toba Beta {view}
  • The time will come when human can do almost everything with the technology and still one thing remains impossible, releasing addiction on technology. ... Toba Beta {view}
  • Science the human minds war with herself the unknown. ... Mariana Fulger {view}
  • i am rigid scientist. ... clement lazar 2000 {view}
  • Some people do polarizing the religion against science. I use both to solve a problem with two different kind of approach. ... Toba Beta {view}
  • The credit of advancing science has always been due to individuals and never to the age. ... Johann Wolfgang von Goethe {view}
  • It basically was an art before. We're just starting to scratch it into a science. ... Dennis Conner {view}
  • In these days when science is clearly in the saddle and when our knowledge of disease is advancing at a breathless pace, we are apt to forget that not all can ride and that he also serves who waits and who applies what the horseman discovers. ... Harvey Cushing {view}
  • Science is but the exchange of ignorance for that which is another kind of ignorance. ... Lord Byron {view}
  • The cradle of every science is surrounded by dead theologians as that of Hercules was with strangled serpents ... Thomas Henry Huxley {view}
  • Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind. ... Albert Einstein {view}
  • History and social science is a difficult area because it is not just an academic content area but an issue that reflects how people view themselves and so tends to get more emotional. ... Glee Johnson {view}
  • We need to establish some kind of reasonable working level so the water for the science center and aquarium remains adequate while still allowing commerce. It's a balance. ... Ginny Goblirsch {view}
  • He was a very personally attractive, excited, and thoughtful guy who cared about a wide range of science. When I first heard there was a question about his work, it came as a very great surprise to me. ... David Baltimore {view}
  • I want to concentrate my time, my energy, my money on science. ... Brigitte Boisselier {view}
  • This is to advance stem cell science and medicine, not to make dogs by this unnatural method. ... Gerald Schatten {view}
  • Researchers, with science as their authority, will be able to cut [Animals] up, alive, into small pieces, drop them from a great height to see if they are shattered by the fall, or deprive them of sleep for sixteen days and nights continuously for the purposes of an iniquitous monograph... ''Animal trust, undeserved faith, when at last will you turn away from us? Shall we never tire of deceiving, betraying, tormenting animals before they cease to trust us?'' ... Sidonie Gabrielle Colette {view}
  • I like science fiction and I read it a lot - if I were a collector, I would bid for his works, ... David Anderson {view}
  • Students were not getting a balanced science education. ... Ginger Davis {view}
  • I'm known as the science lady. ... Gina Mason {view}
  • Of our 20,000 university graduates each year, 60 percent have a degree in science, technology or business. ... David Allison {view}
  • If you thought that science was certain - well, that is just an error on your part. ... Richard Feynman {view}
  • Science is a thought methodology not based on thoughts. But on provable facts ... H Rosano {view}
  • Randomness in TCS is like time in physics, numbers in mathematics: everyone knows what they are, and only experts find them hard to understand ... W√¢ÀÜ≈°√Ǭ¢√ɂǨ√É≈ {view}
  • The most exciting phrase to hear in science, the one that heralds new discoveries, is not "Eureka!" (I found it!) but "That's funny ..." ... Isaac Asimov {view}
  • When we distinguish the artificial from the natural, where the artificial is that which has been brought into being by human consciousness or a human mind. We directly prove that mind and consciousness exists outside of this nature and so also outside of our bodies! So what are scientist still arguing about? ... Maurice Spees {view}
  • Without science, the world was now much, much smaller and darker. ... Mariana Fulger {view}
  • What we have here is the first, and probably only, thematic science center in the world. It's quite sophisticated. ... Bill Brown {view}
  • Science is seen as something that's "neat" when your young but disregarded when you're older. I find that way of thinking offensive. ... Marcus Gonzales {view}
  • It's 2005. We have the drugs to treat HIV, and good science shows that condoms and clean needles for injection-drug users can prevent it. But these tools are being withheld due to spending cuts, treaties blocking generic drugs and federally funded programs teaching abstinence-only. Our leaders are taking us backward as HIV rates increase. They must change course. ... Charles King {view}
  • [As part of the Science study, the researchers sought to understand why the salmon shark's heart continues to function when it is ice cold.] The shark heart slows down in the cold, just as our own heart would, ... But what sets it apart is where our heart would simply stop, the salmon shark keeps on ticking. ... Barbara Block {view}
  • Certain elements of the design should help piece the science together. We don't know the condition of the collectors that hold the science. We'll be learning that in the hours, days, weeks to come. ... Andrew Dantzler {view}
  • Actually every one is different, they're like snowflakes. It's actually more of an art than a science. ... Alan Adler {view}
  • The whole point of science is to help people sort out conflicting science, and nowhere is there more conflicting claims than in the area of diet, ... It's important to bring together good scientists. Good scientists say, 'Show me the data.' ... Dean Ornish {view}
  • We have existing strengths in engineering and life sciences that we would like to bring together. ... Catherine Peters {view}
  • Thus this most secret science has been explained by Me, O sinless Arjuna. Having understood this, one becomes enlightened and one's all duties are accomplished. ... Bhagavad Gita {view}
  • We don't want to be known as the 'Intelligent Design University,' ... We don't think this is science. ... Hector Avalos {view}
  • If you are a math and science teacher in this country, you can choose many different places where you can go teach. ... Cathy Seeley {view}
  • Thus the partial differential equation entered theoretical physics as a handmaid, but has gradually become mistress. ... Albert Einstein {view}
  • Relativity teaches us the connection between the different descriptions of one and the same reality. ... Albert Einstein {view}
  • The mere formulation of a problem is far more essential than its solution, which may be merely a matter of mathematical or experimental skills. To raise new questions, new possibilities, to regard old problems from a new angle requires creative imagination and marks real advances in science. ... Albert Einstein {view}
  • Our account does not rob mathematicians of their science, by disproving the actual existence of the infinite in the direction of increase, in the sense of the untraceable. In point of fact they do not need the infinite and do not use it. They postula ... Aristotle {view}
  • If Oprah falls into the hands of Scientology, who can tell what influence she might have on the population? The prospect is terrifying. ... Oprah Winfrey {view}
  • Since I am a teacher and I lecture on social change, and on up-leveling people's lives, science fiction's a great place where you can really explore a lot of territory. ... Richard Hatch {view}
  • Superstition is to religion what astrology is to astronomy: the mad daughter of a wise mother ... Voltaire {view}
  • It's a very exacting science because you have to have the right serial number for each savings-bond buyer. ... Raymond Brinkman {view}
  • I don't think it's any secret that DOE has not been objective in their investigation of Yucca Mountain. The science itself has always been questioned. ... Bob Loux {view}
  • We've done educational kiosks, interactive games and video and multimedia systems for the Science Center. ... Lisa Caplan {view}
  • We're using the same type of science that's created medicine to solve one portion of the nation's energy problem -- that 20 percent of imported oil goes into the petrochemical business, ... Paul Jacobson {view}
  • They are two completely different concepts. Creation science says we don't start with the data, we start with the Bible. ... John Calvert {view}
  • The real value is connecting what kids do in math and science to a bigger world. ... Eric Spina {view}
  • [In a tumultuous world, science fiction and horror series are a spin on current events.] It's obviously in the zeitgeist, ... You're telling allegorical tales, and you're shining a light back on society - what's happening now - and it's a way to kind of talk about what's going on, but from a sideways angle. ... David Goyer {view}
  • Me and my team got it down to science, ... I just go in and do it. My job is to make beats and make something hot. When I go in, I catch a vibe. If the beat feels like it don't make you move right, I scrap that and go to another track. Sometimes it takes 10 minutes, sometimes it takes an hour to get one done. I just keep spitting them out. I got all these artists, and we gotta get these albums out. If I don't do beats, we don't put no damn albums out. That's my motivation right there. ... Lil Jon {view}
  • People don't understand science. But they do understand the Bible and so they are comfortable with a biblical response, ... Certainly, there is a lack of understanding about what intelligent design really is. ... John Calvert {view}
  • Not only were the platforms in the science fiction movies user-aware, they were self-aware, and that notion of self aware added to the excitement of those motion pictures and added a bit of trouble. In the end, HAL turned out to be too human like that was the fatal flaw. The concept of self awareness can be a bit dangerous. This notion of turning against the user is fundamental to the plot line, but it doesn't have to be that way. ... Justin Rattner {view}
  • Opponents on both sides want the debate to be about science, ... mainly because of the apparent legitimacy science carries as compared to debating actual values, which these debates are about anyway. ... Roger Pielke {view}
  • We're poised to have an incredible surge forward in life science research . . . and make good use of this money. ... Roger Mitchell {view}
  • All is not well. Science tells us that if we do not take the right action now, climate change will bring havoc, even within our lifetime, ... Kofi Annan {view}
  • El Nino is more of an art than a science. ... Daniel Basse {view}
  • If science is the driver, what scientific activities are going to dominate? Decisions on this will affect the structure of the science effort as a whole, the landing site selection, the nature of robotic predecessors, the types of experiments developed, and a host of other issues that require sustained thought and planning. ... Roger Launius {view}
  • It took hundreds of hours of telescope time before we were confident that we could do reliable science. ... Timothy Robishaw {view}
  • To make a decision to work in the field of space science is almost the ultimate in delayed gratification. ... Michael Griffin {view}
  • The Japanese have the same issues we do. Kids aren't interested in science and math. ... Mike Clark {view}
  • The scientific community is very clear that this is not going to disrupt science or the morale of scientists. ... MS Swaminathan {view}
  • It's not rocket science. I blush at calling myself an inventor. ... Allison Mills {view}
  • Because of its developing medical science infrastructure, medical tourism in India is on the increase. Because it's cost-effective and affordable, many people from Britain, mainland Europe, the Middle East and Southeast Asia come to India for treatment. Medical tourism is a growing market in India, now worth about 12 billion dollars. ... Gopalakrishnan Venkataraman {view}
  • I grew up in space times. In seventh grade, my teacher said we had to do math and science because the Russians were beating us in the space race. It was a real catalyst. I wish we had something like that today. ... Greg Olsen {view}
  • The two sides have kept frequent high-level exchanges and strengthened cooperation in culture, science and technology, tourism, personnel training and coordination in international affairs. ... Wu Bangguo {view}
  • George is a great combination of science and soul, I've never forgotten where I come from. This is my home. ... Stanley Clarke {view}
  • When we see a patient together, Frank knows the mouth and I can relate it to all the basic science history. Put that together and you end up getting something that neither of us predicted. That excitement of discovery is what you work for in science. ... Linda Bartoshuk {view}
  • That's where the science of medicine is going. ... Stan Taylor {view}
  • We are teaching real science that is standards based, but we are letting the students have the experience. This is only the tip of the iceberg. With new technology we have a tremendous opportunity to incorporate it into classrooms. ... Caleb M. Schutz {view}
  • I am not a literary man. I am a man of science, and I am interested in that branch of Anthropology which deals with the history of human speech. ... Sir James Murray {view}
  • He is better known for what he has promised to the sciences than for what he as actually done for them. ... Antoine Lavoisier {view}
  • In science, all facts, no matter how trivial or banal, enjoy democratic equality ... Mary McCarthy {view}
  • If it can't be expressed in figures, it is not science; it is opinion. ... Lazarus Long {view}
  • The cloning of humans is on most of the lists of things to worry about from Science, along with behavior control, genetic engineering, transplanted heads, computer poetry and the unrestrained growth of plastic flowers ... Lewis Thomas {view}
  • the social sciences were for all those who had not yet decided what to do with their lives, and for all those whose premature frustrations led them into the sterile alleys of confrontation. ... Peter Ustinov {view}
  • The poker player learns that sometimes both science and common sense are wrong; that the bumblebee can fly; that, perhaps, one should never trust an expert; that there are more things in heaven and earth than are dreamt of by those with an academic bent. ... David Mamet {view}
  • Ghandi's seven sins:Wealth without workPleasure without conscienceKnowledge without characterCommerce without moralityScience without humilityWorship without sacrificePolitics without principle ... Mahatma Ghandi {view}
  • Science fiction writers, I am sorry to say, really do not know anything. We can't talk about science, because our knowledge of it is limited and unofficial, and usually our fiction is dreadful. ... Philip K. Dick {view}
  • ZOOLOGY, n. The science and history of the animal kingdom, including its king, the House Fly (_Musca maledicta_). The father of Zoology was Aristotle, as is universally conceded, but the name of its mother has not come down to us. Two of the science's most illustrious expounders were Buffon and Oliver Goldsmith, from both of whom we learn (_L'Histoire generale des animaux_ and _A History of Animated Nature_) that the domestic cow sheds its horn every two years. ... Ambrose Bierce {view}
  • This is a war on behalf of science. ... Neal Lane {view}
  • What we've found is, if you look at a couple segments of science, observational or modeling, there is no illustrated link between climate change and hurricane intensity. We actually have periods of intensity followed by periods of lower intensity. We have evidence of periods going back to the 1930s. It follows a clear pattern. ... Kent Laborde {view}
  • In this program we are supporting faculty to use research-grade innovation to advance science education. ... Peter Bruns {view}
  • We're very seasonal. Our calculators, which are used in the math and science classrooms, are on teachers' [school supply] lists that get passed out in the August-to-September time frame. So initially, we'd like to [use RFID to] prevent out-of-stocks and keep products flowing during that key back-to-school season. ... Keith Hodnett {view}
  • winning more at the science fair. ... Frank Garcia {view}
  • I'm delighted that Professor Shapiro was recognized, ... Despite the heavy administrative load he carried as chair of Political Science and now as director of YCIAS, he is nonetheless amazingly productive, a gifted educator, and someone whose books are provocative and really make you think. ... Peter Salovey {view}
  • The developing science departs at the same time more and more from its original scope and purpose and threatens to sacrifice its earlier unity and split into diverse branches. ... Felix Klein {view}
  • The science data set to return next year will have a huge impact on the way in which we deal with conditions on Earth, demonstrating how the exploration of the solar system has real impact on our daily lives. ... Keith Mason {view}
  • We're ignorant of life in the universe. We only have one planet that serves as an example and in science it's not good to derive information from a sample size of one. ... David Grinspoon {view}
  • We're delighted now that perhaps we can put real estate behind us and concentrate on science. We want to begin construction as soon as possible. ... Keith McKeown {view}
  • Science is a cemetery of dead ideas ... Miguel de Unamuno {view}
  • The most important scientific revolutions all include, as their only common feature, the dethronement of human arrogance from one pedestal after another of previous convictions about our centrality in the cosmos. ... Stephen Jay Gould {view}
  • Books are the carriers of civilization. Without books, history is silent, literature dumb, science crippled, thought and speculation at a standstill. They are engines of change, windows on the world, lighthouses erected in the sea of time. ... Barbara W. Tuchman {view}
  • After all, science is essentially international, and it is only through lack of the historical sense that national qualities have been attributed to it. ... Marie Curie {view}
  • The dogma of science is that the will cannot possibly affect external forces, and I think that's just ridiculous. It's as bad as the church. My viewpoint is the exact contrary of the scientific viewpoint. I believe that if you run into somebody in the street it's for a reason. Among primitive people they say if someone was bitten by a snake he was murdered. I believe that. ... William S. Burroughs {view}
  • Spots are on the surface of the solar body where they are produced and also dissolved, some in shorter and others in longer periods. They are carried around the Sun; an important occurrence in itself. ... Galileo Galilei {view}
  • I think science has enjoyed an extraordinary success because it has such a limited and narrow realm in which to focus its efforts. Namely, the physical universe. ... Ken Jenkins {view}
  • Creativity in science could be described as the act of putting two and two together to make five ... Arthur Koestler {view}
  • Certainly the mental game plays a major role in the outcome of sporting events of all sorts; the science supporting this is incontrovertible, ... Daniel Kirschenbaum {view}
  • Our science programs are a result of the fact that when Elephant Thoughts became a new charity we knew in order to survive in the charitable arena we would do far better to create products that we could sell to generate some revenue to fulfill our mandate. As a teacher-based organization the answer to what type of product was simple, they must be educational therefore something we believe in. ... Jeremy Rhodes {view}
  • This is where it's more art than science. ... Jeremy Kreitler {view}
  • Science has always been uncomfortable with emotions, so there's a real bias against studying domestic animals. Especially canines that may sleep in our beds and eat off our plates and otherwise get spoiled. ... Patricia McConnell {view}
  • It's a balancing act. There's some science here, but for most of us, it's a lot of art. ... Jim Dean {view}
  • We believe that such an allegation is totally inaccurate, groundless and doesn't respect science. ... Zhang Qiyue {view}
  • There are new and better ways to teach science. You can't teach facts by memory. (Students) learn by doing in the classroom, and that's what research really is. ... Bill Gilmore {view}
  • Seeing such dramatic examples of networked 4K media for science, medicine, education, culture, art and entertainment inspires the imagination about what can be done with advanced visualization and communications technology, ... Anne Fox {view}
  • I love science fiction. ... Pam Grier {view}
  • States that have science to justify what they are doing have nothing to fear in this legislation. ... Sean McBride {view}
  • 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 {view}
  • It's really comprehensive. I wasn't familiar with early science fiction. It's cool to see the roots of sci-fi. ... Brian Anderson {view}
  • It seems to me the number one vaccine policy question has as much to do with ethics as science. ... Arthur Caplan {view}
  • But now I feel like Firefly and Serenity are their own genre. It's not science-fiction so much as it's about humanity and characters and dynamics between people. ... Sean Maher {view}
  • The kids eat it up. They just love it, and it's fun. It brings the exploration of science and math to life for them. If you can get them through fun, you've got 'em. ... Kathy Hoy {view}
  • Poetry is not the proper antithesis to prose, but to science. Poetry is opposed to science, and prose to metre. ... Samuel Taylor Coleridge {view}
  • Computer sciences sounded more weighty for the skeptics. ... Sam Conte {view}
  • We've reached the point where most people will agree there is some science that should not be done. ... Gary Marchant {view}
  • In African countries, there is no tradition of science academies being trusted or used. It is a tightrope between being independent and being heard. ... Wieland Gevers {view}
  • a revolution in medical science ... Tony Blair {view}
  • We would have rather seen the district follow the 2002 National Academies of Science recommendation to base the regulations on science. ... Mike Marsh {view}
  • Some of the best science being done today is in the organic sciences. ... Mike McGrath {view}
  • This technology will remove barriers to computational science not being addressed by the incremental infrastructure projects involving data grids and network control planes. By creating better science, we will have better answers, and with better answers, policy makers will have more accurate information on which to base decisions. ... Dan Stevenson {view}
  • It wasn't rocket science. We let up 18 points in the first quarter and three in the second. That's the quarter where we won the ballgame. ... Bob Fredericks {view}
  • The Science Channel has done a beautiful job of enhancing the visuals by giving new visual expression to our scripts, and leaving the greatness of Carl untouched, ... Ann Druyan {view}
  • We slow the progress of science today for all sorts of ethical reasons. Biomedicine could advance much faster if we abolished our rules on human experimentation in clinical trials, as Nazi researchers did. ... Paul Nitze {view}
  • War is the science of destruction. ... John Abbott {view}
  • She's very driven and very focused on what she wants to do. She knows the science of what her body's doing. She takes very seriously what she does. ... Tracye Bulger {view}
  • We're not out to damage science, ... We're out to make science more interesting. We think we're friends of science ? true science. ... Washburn {view}