Quote by Stephen Jay Gould : “As Freud observed our relationship”

As Freud observed, our relationship with science must be paradoxical because we are forced to pay an almost intolerable price for each major gain in knowledge and power—the psychological cost of progressive dethronement from the center of things, and increasing marginality in an uncaring universe. – Stephen Jay Gould

Quote by Steven Magee : “Why object to one very”

Why object to one very high altitude telescope when you can use science to object to them all. – Steven Magee

Quote by مصطفى محمود : “الكيمياء والطبيعة والكهرباء هي العلوم”

الكيمياء والطبيعة والكهرباء هي العلوم الصغيرة. والدين هو العلم الكبير الذي يشتمل على كل العلوم في باطنه. ولا تعارض بين الدين والعلم ، لأن الدين في ذاته منتهى العلم المشتمل بالضرورة على جميع العلوم. والدين ضروري ومطلوب لأنه هو الذي يرسم للعلوم الصغيرة غاياتها وأهدافها ويضع لها وظائفها السليمة في إطار الحياة المثلى.. الدين هو […]

Quote by Carl Sagan : “There are many hypotheses in”

There are many hypotheses in science which are wrong. That’s perfectly all right: it’s the aperture to finding out what’s right. Science is a self-correcting process. – Carl Sagan

Quote by Steven Erikson : “The stars they are as”

The stars, they are as the sun. Each star. Every star. And those spheres- they are worlds, realms, each one different yet the same. – Steven Erikson

Quote by Dmitri Ivanovich Mendeleev : “It is the function of”

It is the function of science to discover the existence of a general reign of order in nature and to find the causes governing this order. And this refers in equal measure to the relations of man – social and political – and to the entire universe as a whole. – Dmitri Ivanovich Mendeleev

Quote by Arthur S. Eddington : “An ocean traveler has even”

An ocean traveler has even more vividly the impression that the ocean is made of waves than that it is made of water. – Arthur S. Eddington

Quote by Tite Kubo : “In this world perfection is”

In this world, perfection is an illusion. Reagrdless of all those who utter the contrary, this is the reality. Obviously mediocre fools will forever lust for perfection and seek it out. However, what meaning is there in perfection? None. Not a bit. …After perfection there exists nothing higher. Not even room for creation which means […]

Quote by Paul Farmer : “It is very expensive to”

It is very expensive to give bad medical care to poor people in a rich country. – Paul Farmer

Quote by Thomas Pynchon : “It turns out to be”

It turns out to be the new Planet, which, a decade and a half later, will be known first as the Georgian, and then as Herschel, after its official Discoverer, and more lately as Uranus. – Thomas Pynchon