Atheist Scientists Famous Quotes & Sayings

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23 Atheist Scientists Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Atheist Scientists Sayings By Bobby Adair: Null Spot the Destroyer still had an imagination full of bad ideas and a pocket Null Spot the Destroyer still had an imagination full of bad ideas and a pocket full of stupid to spend. — Bobby Adair
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Atheist Scientists Sayings By Larry Bird: I'm a firm believer in that you play the way you practice. I'm a firm believer in that you play the way you practice. — Larry Bird
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Atheist Scientists Sayings By Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy: In December 2011, I will be opening up my production house, Sharmeen Obaid Films, and In December 2011, I will be opening up my production house, Sharmeen Obaid Films, and aspire to change the way Pakistanis approach nonfiction storytelling. There are thousands of stories to be found here. — Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy
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Atheist Scientists Sayings By John C. Lettsome: Do right, and public approval will follow; either the next hour or the next century. Do right, and public approval will follow; either the next hour or the next century. — John C. Lettsome
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Atheist Scientists Sayings By Charles F. Haanel: Growth follows knowledge;action follows inspiration;opportunity follows perception;always the spiritual first, then the transformation into the Growth follows knowledge;
action follows inspiration;
opportunity follows perception;
always the spiritual first, then the transformation into the infinite
and illimitable possibilities of achievement. — Charles F. Haanel
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Atheist Scientists Sayings By Chad Harbach: The doctor said a ball hit me. But I don't remember batting." "You were in The doctor said a ball hit me. But I don't remember batting." "You were in the dugout. Henry made a bad throw." "Henry did? Really? Are you sure?" "Yes." "Well, it's always the ones you least suspect." Owen let his eyes fall shut. "I don't remember anything at all. Was I reading?" Affenlight nodded. "I warned you. It's a dangerous pastime. — Chad Harbach
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Atheist Scientists Sayings By Steven Weinberg: Its a consequence of the experience of science. As you learn more and more about Its a consequence of the experience of science. As you learn more and more about the universe, you find you can understand more and more without any reference to supernatural intervention, so you lose interest in that possibility. Most scientists I know dont care enough about religion even to call themselves atheists. And that, I think, is one of the great things about science-that it has made it possible for people not to be religious. — Steven Weinberg
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Atheist Scientists Sayings By Richard Dawkins: Are science and religion converging? No. There are modern scientists whose words sound religious but Are science and religion converging? No. There are modern scientists whose words sound religious but whose beliefs, on close examination, turn out to be identical to those of other scientists who straightforwardly call themselves atheists. — Richard Dawkins
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Atheist Scientists Sayings By Henry David Thoreau: To use an obsolete Latin word, I might say, Ex Oriente lux; ex Occidente FRUX. To use an obsolete Latin word, I might say, Ex Oriente lux; ex Occidente FRUX. From the East light; from the West fruit. — Henry David Thoreau
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Atheist Scientists Sayings By Steven Weinberg: Most scientists I know don't care enough about religion even to call themselves atheists. Most scientists I know don't care enough about religion even to call themselves atheists. — Steven Weinberg
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Atheist Scientists Sayings By Katharine Hayhoe: If you can frame climate change as an alternate religion, or as one more of If you can frame climate change as an alternate religion, or as one more of those issues where the pointy-headed liberal atheist scientists are trying to discredit the Bible, then you've already got a ton of people on your side who are concerned about heresy, other religions, or teaching evolution in schools. — Katharine Hayhoe
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Atheist Scientists Sayings By Henry David Thoreau: When I think of the gold-diggers and the Mormons, the slaves and the slave-holders and When I think of the gold-diggers and the Mormons, the slaves and the slave-holders and the flibustiers, I naturally dream of a glorious private life. No, I am not patriotic. — Henry David Thoreau
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Atheist Scientists Sayings By Jerry A. Coyne: But the real reasons why scientists promote accommodationism are more self-serving. To a large extent, But the real reasons why scientists promote accommodationism are more self-serving. To a large extent, American scientists depend for their support on the American public, which is largely religious, and on the U.S. Congress, which is equally religious. (It's a given that it's nearly impossible for an open atheist to be elected to Congress, and at election time candidates vie with one another to parade their religious belief.) Most researchers are supported by federal grants from agencies like the National Science Foundation and the National Institutes of Health, whose budgets are set annually by Congress. To a working scientist, such grants are a lifeline, for research is expensive, and if you don't do it you could lose tenure, promotions, or raises. Any claim that science is somehow in conflict with religion might lead to cuts in the science budget, or so scientists believe, thus endangering their professional welfare. — Jerry A. Coyne
Atheist Scientists Sayings By Kelli Russell Agodon: Like the kite that caught up to the sky,painted with clouds, I lost track of Like the kite that caught up to the sky,
painted with clouds, I lost track of it,
but it was connected
by string, something I was holding,
something I could always
bring back. — Kelli Russell Agodon
Atheist Scientists Sayings By Patricia Clarkson: I like to think of myself as a free spirit. I've never married. I'm not I like to think of myself as a free spirit. I've never married. I'm not conventional in that way. But I do like romance. I've been fortunate enough that I've had great love, and I've dated remarkable men in my life. I'm very thankful for all of that. — Patricia Clarkson
Atheist Scientists Sayings By Gautama Buddha: Surely if living creatures saw the results of all their evil deeds, they would turn Surely if living creatures saw the results of all their evil deeds, they would turn away from them in disgust. But selfhood blinds them, and they cling to their obnoxious desires. They crave pleasure for themselves and they cause pain to others; when death destroys their individuality, they find no peace; their thirst for existence abides and their selfhood reappears in new births. Thus they continue to move in the coil and can find no escape from the hell of their own making. — Gautama Buddha
Atheist Scientists Sayings By Marianne Moore: Excess is the common substitute for energy. Excess is the common substitute for energy. — Marianne Moore
Atheist Scientists Sayings By Jeffrey Burton Russell: If it were true that Christianity and science were incompatible, there would be no Christians If it were true that Christianity and science were incompatible, there would be no Christians who were respected scientists. If fact, about forty percent of professional natural scientists are practicing Christians, and many others are theists of other kinds. Fewer than thirty percent are atheists. — Jeffrey Burton Russell
Atheist Scientists Sayings By Janet Hagberg: If you can put fear aside, you're unstoppable. If you can put fear aside, you're unstoppable. — Janet Hagberg
Atheist Scientists Sayings By Flannery O'Connor: Besides the neutral expression that she wore when she was alone, Mrs. Freeman had two Besides the neutral expression that she wore when she was alone, Mrs. Freeman had two others, forward and reverse, that she used for all her human dealings. Her forward expression was steady and driving like the advance of a heavy truck. Her eyes never swerved to left or right but turned as the story turned as if they followed a yellow line down the center of it. She seldom used the other expression because it was not often necessary for her to retract a statement, but when she did, her face came to a complete stop, there was an almost imperceptible movement of her black eyes, during which they seemed to be receding, and then the observer would see that Mrs. Freeman, though she might stand there as real as several grain sacks thrown on top of each other, was no longer there in spirit. — Flannery O'Connor
Atheist Scientists Sayings By Greg Graffin: I don't bill myself as an atheist but as a naturalist. Naturalism is a belief I don't bill myself as an atheist but as a naturalist. Naturalism is a belief system. A lot of scientists bristle at that. We all have to believe we can find the truth. Evidence is my guide. I rely on observation, experimentation and verification. — Greg Graffin
Atheist Scientists Sayings By Neil DeGrasse Tyson: You ask people, do you pray to a person or God. If you say yes You ask people, do you pray to a person or God. If you say yes to that, you're religious by, presumably, anybody's standards of your conduct. And it's the yes to that question that applies to 40% of scientists. So, there're plenty of atheists who are scientists or not scientists. There may be a conflict but many people in this country coexist in both worlds. — Neil DeGrasse Tyson
Atheist Scientists Sayings By Carl Sagan: The politicians and the religious leaders and the weapons scientists have been at it for The politicians and the religious leaders and the weapons scientists have been at it for a long time and they've made a thorough mess of it. I mean, we're in deep trouble. — Carl Sagan