Charles Pellegrino Famous Quotes & Sayings

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6 Charles Pellegrino Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Charles Pellegrino Sayings: Watching that great ship fly up, and up, and up against the night was an Watching that great ship fly up, and up, and up against the night was an awakening, a vivid flash of something like God, something more powerful than nature itself. And it is us. And we know. We who have seen.
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Charles Pellegrino Sayings: Sometimes she makes you very sad....she touches something in you, and you've begun to touch Sometimes she makes you very sad....she touches something in you, and you've begun to touch back. - Bob Ballard
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Charles Pellegrino Sayings: For every first-class dog that entered the lifeboats, twenty-nine steerage women and nineteen children died. For every first-class dog that entered the lifeboats, twenty-nine steerage women and nineteen children died. Emily Badman and Kathy Gilnagh seemed destined to be counted among the lost, having found themselves penned in behind a drawn gate, deep within the stern. An armed, junior officer stood on the other side. "Following orders," he insisted. "It's not time for you to go up.
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Charles Pellegrino Sayings: So much learning," one of my Jesuit teachers has said, "so little wisdom." To put So much learning," one of my Jesuit teachers has said, "so little wisdom." To put it another way, a civilization does become more technologically skilled and more learned about science, and perhaps even a little smarter as well, when it is permitted to grow for hundreds of years and spread itself from pole to pole; but we also have more tools to turn out as badly as our ancestors said we might.
Charles Pellegrino Sayings: Historically, the Germans had a habit of associating the names of objects with the sounds Historically, the Germans had a habit of associating the names of objects with the sounds they made. After bell makers-turned-cannon-makers learned that by closing off the mouth of the cannon before lighting the fuse, the entire cannon could be made to explode, the device they invented became known as the 'bum' (for boom!). In keeping with this tradition, the first one-thousand-pound bomb was dubbed 'ein laussen bum' (meaning, "a loud boom"). After the first atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima, they called the fission device 'ein grossen laussen bum' (or, "a big loud boom"). The next obvious step was the fusion, or H-bomb, which was pronounced 'ein grossen laussen bum all ist kaput!
Charles Pellegrino Sayings: We are the dust of the Universe, trying to understand itself. We are the dust of the Universe, trying to understand itself.