Daniel Gardner Famous Quotes & Sayings

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4 Daniel Gardner Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Daniel Gardner Sayings: Put all these numbers together and what do they add up to? In a sentence: Put all these numbers together and what do they add up to? In a sentence: We are the healthiest, wealthiest, and longest-lived people in history. And we are increasingly afraid. This is one of the great paradoxes of our time.
Daniel Gardner Sayings: The rather uncomfortable feeling most of us have when we're around snakes is evidence of The rather uncomfortable feeling most of us have when we're around snakes is evidence of how this ancient experience continues to influence us today. Throughout the long prehistory of our species and those that preceded it, snakes were a mortal threat. And so we learned our lesson. Others didn't, but that had a nasty habit of dying. So natural selection did its work and the rule
beware of snakes
was ultimately hardwired into every human brain. It's universal. Go anywhere on the planet, examine any culture. People are wary of snakes. Even if
as in the Arctic
there are no snakes. Our primate cousins shared our long experience and they feel the same way: Even monkeys raised in laboratories who have never seen a snake will back away at the sight of one.
Daniel Gardner Sayings: In 1933, it was in Franklin Roosevelt's political interest to tell Americans the greatest danger In 1933, it was in Franklin Roosevelt's political interest to tell Americans the greatest danger was "fear itself." Seventy years later, it was in George W. Bush's political interest to do the opposite: The White House got the support it needed for invading Iraq by stoking public fears of terrorism and connecting those fears to Iraq.
Daniel Gardner Sayings: Look at the language. If a scientist delivers the simple, unconditional, absolutely certain statements that Look at the language. If a scientist delivers the simple, unconditional, absolutely certain statements that politicians and journalists want, he is talking as an activist, not a scientist.