Quote by Wolfgang Pauli : “A synthesis embracing both rational”

A synthesis embracing both rational understanding and the mystical experience of unity is the mythos, spoken or unspoken, or our present day and age. – Wolfgang Pauli

Quote by Thomas Pynchon : “Laboring through a world every”

Laboring through a world every day more stultified, which expected salvation in codes and governments, ever more willing to settle for suburban narratives and diminished payoffs–what were the chances of finding anyone else seeking to transcend that, and not even particularly aware of it? – Thomas Pynchon

Quote by Thomas Mann : “And life Life itself Was”

And life? Life itself? Was it perhaps only an infection, a sickening of matter? Was that which one might call the original procreation of matter only a disease, a growth produced by morbid stimulation of the immaterial? The first step toward evil, toward desire and death, was taken precisely then, when there took place that […]

Quote by G.K. Chesterton : “Culture like science is no”

Culture, like science, is no protection against demons. – G.K. Chesterton

Quote by Parker J. Palmer : “Science requires an engagement with”

Science requires an engagement with the world, a live encounter between the knower and the known. – Parker J. Palmer

Quote by Stephen Hawking : “The world has been changing”

The world has been changing even faster as people, devices and information are increasingly connected to each other. Computational power is growing and quantum computing is quickly being realised. This will revolutionise artificial intelligence with exponentially faster speeds. It will advance encryption. Quantum computers will change everything, even human biology. There is already one technique […]

Quote by Steven Magee : “The biologically toxic electromagnetic cover”

The biologically toxic electromagnetic cover up is one of the most destructive actions that modern governments are engaging in. – Steven Magee

Quote by Michael Lewis : “The sheer quantity of brain”

The sheer quantity of brain power that hurled itself voluntarily and quixotically into the search for new baseball knowledge was either exhilarating or depressing, depending on how you felt about baseball. The same intellectual resources might have cured the common cold, or put a man on Pluto. – Michael Lewis

Quote by J. Bronowski : “It is important that students”

It is important that students bring a certain ragamuffin, barefoot irreverence to their studies; they are not here to worship what is known, but to question it. – J. Bronowski

Quote by Lawrence M. Krauss : “Now almost one hundred years”

Now, almost one hundred years later, it is difficult to fully appreciate how much our picture of the universe has changed in the span of a single human lifetime. As far as the scientific community in 1917 was concerned, the universe was static and eternal, and consisted of a one single galaxy, our Milky Way, […]