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Scientifically Sayings By Vandana Shiva: The first issue that compelled me was a very strange split between India being highly The first issue that compelled me was a very strange split between India being highly development scientifically (we were the third biggest scientific manpower in the world then) and yet at the same time struggling with amazing poverty. The linear equation that says that modern science equals progress and the reduction of poverty did not apply to India. It wasn't working. — Vandana Shiva
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Scientifically Sayings By Peter Conrad: When a theological world view dominated, deviance was sin; when the nation-states emerged from the When a theological world view dominated, deviance was sin; when the nation-states emerged from the decay of feudalism, most deviance became designated as crime; and in our own scientifically oriented world, various forms of deviance are designated increasingly as medical problems. Thus we view the medical paradigm as the ascending paradigm for deviance designations in our postindustrial society. — Peter Conrad
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Scientifically Sayings By Neil DeGrasse Tyson: If you're scientifically literate, the world looks very different to you, and that understanding empowers If you're scientifically literate, the world looks very different to you, and that understanding empowers you. — Neil DeGrasse Tyson
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Scientifically Sayings By Richard Dawkins: A universe with a creator would be a totally different kind of universe, scientifically speaking, A universe with a creator would be a totally different kind of universe, scientifically speaking, than one without. — Richard Dawkins
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Scientifically Sayings By Ernest Hemingway,: But those were Frenchmen and you can work out military problems clearly when you are But those were Frenchmen and you can work out military problems clearly when you are fighting in somebody else's country."
"Yes," I replied, "when it is your own country you can not use it so scientifically."
"The Russians did, to trap Napoleon."
"Yes, but they had plenty of country. If you tried to retreat to trap Napoleon in Italy you would find yourself in Brindiri. — Ernest Hemingway,
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Scientifically Sayings By Evan Sayet: Further, it would take one of those impossible coincidences that the Modern Liberal relies on Further, it would take one of those impossible coincidences that the Modern Liberal relies on so heavily to explain how it is that the two most religious nations in the Western World - the United States and Israel - are also arguably the world's two most scientifically and technologically advanced. — Evan Sayet
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Scientifically Sayings By Neil DeGrasse Tyson: Part of what it is to be scientifically-literate, it's not simply, 'Do you know what Part of what it is to be scientifically-literate, it's not simply, 'Do you know what DNA is? Or what the Big Bang is?' That's an aspect of science literacy. The biggest part of it is do you know how to think about information that's presented in front of you. — Neil DeGrasse Tyson
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Scientifically Sayings By David George Hogarth: The limitations of archaeology are galling. It collects phenomena, but hardly ever can isolate them The limitations of archaeology are galling. It collects phenomena, but hardly ever can isolate them so as to interpret scientifically; it can frame any number of hypotheses, but rarely, if ever, scientifically prove. — David George Hogarth
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Scientifically Sayings By Nick Offerman: Marijuana is quite possibly the finest of intoxicants. It has been scientifically proven, for decades, Marijuana is quite possibly the finest of intoxicants. It has been scientifically proven, for decades, to be much less harmful to the body than alcohol when used on a regular basis (Google "Science"). — Nick Offerman
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Scientifically Sayings By Neil DeGrasse Tyson: To be scientifically literate is to empower yourself to know when someone else is full To be scientifically literate is
to empower yourself to
know when someone else is
full of bullshit. — Neil DeGrasse Tyson
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Scientifically Sayings By Henry M. Morris: The evolutionary explanation for origins, although impossible either to prove or to test scientifically, is The evolutionary explanation for origins, although impossible either to prove or to test scientifically, is nevertheless defended by its proponents on the basis that it is the only explanation which is naturalistic, not involving the 'supernatural' element of a divine Creator. — Henry M. Morris
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Scientifically Sayings By Neil DeGrasse Tyson: People cited violation of the First Amendment when a New Jersey schoolteacher asserted that evolution People cited violation of the First Amendment when a New Jersey schoolteacher asserted that evolution and the Big Bang are not scientific and that Noah's ark carried dinosaurs. This case is not about the need to separate church and state; it's about the need to separate ignorant, scientifically illiterate people from the ranks of teachers. — Neil DeGrasse Tyson
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Scientifically Sayings By Kenny Ausubel: Amazingly, 85 percent of prescribed standard medical treatments across the board lack scientific validation, according Amazingly, 85 percent of prescribed standard medical treatments across the board lack scientific validation, according to the New York Times. Richard Smith, editor of the British Medical Journal, suggests that this is partly because only one percent of the articles in medical journals are scientifically sound, and partly because many treatments have never been assessed at all. — Kenny Ausubel
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Scientifically Sayings By Charles Fort: I had used all except peach labels. I pasted the peach labels on peach cans, I had used all except peach labels. I pasted the peach labels on peach cans, and then came to apricots. Well, aren't apricots peaches? And there are plums that are virtually apricots. I went on, either mischievously, or scientifically, pasting the peach labels on cans of plums, cherries, string beans, and succotash. I can't quite define my motive, because to this day it has not been decided whether I am a humourist or a scientist. I think that it was mischief, but, as we go along, there will come a more respectful recognition that also it was scientific procedure. — Charles Fort
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Scientifically Sayings By Anthony Powell: However, at that stage in the walk one of those curious changes took place in However, at that stage in the walk one of those curious changes took place in circumstances of mutual intercourse that might almost be compared, scientifically speaking, with the addition in the laboratory of one chemical to another, by which the whole nature of the experiment is altered: perhaps even an explosion brought about. — Anthony Powell
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Scientifically Sayings By Ida Tarbell: Many men ridicule the idea that it can be scientifically handled. They tell us the Many men ridicule the idea that it can be scientifically handled. They tell us the unemployed have always been with us, and always must be. It is the oldest reason in the world for tolerating injustice and misery. — Ida Tarbell
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Scientifically Sayings By Richard Dawkins: That scientifically savvy philosopher Daniel Dennett pointed out that evolution counters one of the oldest That scientifically savvy philosopher Daniel Dennett pointed out that evolution counters one of the oldest ideas we have: 'the idea that it takes a big fancy smart thing to make a lesser thing. I call that the trickle-down theory of creation. — Richard Dawkins
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Scientifically Sayings By William Stanley Jevons: You will perceive that economy, scientifically speaking, is a very contracted science; it is in You will perceive that economy, scientifically speaking, is a very contracted science; it is in fact a sort of vague mathematics which calculates the causes and effects of man's industry, and shows how it may be best applied. — William Stanley Jevons
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Scientifically Sayings By Deborah Norville: What I've learned is there's a scientifically proven phenomenon that's attached to gratitude, and that What I've learned is there's a scientifically proven phenomenon that's attached to gratitude, and that if you consciously take note of what is good in your life, quantifiable benefits happen. — Deborah Norville
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Scientifically Sayings By Richard Wiseman: In short, when it comes to an instant fix for everyday happiness, certain types of In short, when it comes to an instant fix for everyday happiness, certain types of writing have a surprisingly quick and large impact. Expressing gratitude, thinking about a perfect future, and affectionate writing have been scientifically proven to work - and all they require is a pen, a piece of paper, and a few moments of your time. — Richard Wiseman
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Scientifically Sayings By Talcott Parsons: A scientifically unimportant discovery is one which, however true and however interesting for other reasons, A scientifically unimportant discovery is one which, however true and however interesting for other reasons, has no consequences for a system of theory with which scientists in that field are concerned. — Talcott Parsons
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Scientifically Sayings By Miles D. White: I have a particular passion and focus on Alzheimer's and diseases of dementia. There's just I have a particular passion and focus on Alzheimer's and diseases of dementia. There's just so much scientifically that we don't know, and we can know. — Miles D. White
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Scientifically Sayings By Dean H. Kenyon: It is my conviction that if any professional biologist will take adequate time to examine It is my conviction that if any professional biologist will take adequate time to examine carefully the assumptions upon which the macro-evolution doctrine rests, and the observational and laboratory evidence that bears on the problem of origins, he/she will conclude that there are substantial reasons for doubting the truth of this doctrine. Moreover, I believe that a scientifically sound creationist view of origins is not only possible, but it is to be preferred over the evolutionary one. — Dean H. Kenyon
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Scientifically Sayings By Michael Shermer: Thinking scientifically requires the ability to reason abstractly, which itself is at the foundation of Thinking scientifically requires the ability to reason abstractly, which itself is at the foundation of all morality. Consider the mental rotation required to implement the Golden Rule: Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. This necessitates one to change positions - to become the other - and then to extrapolate what action X would feel like as the receiver instead of the doer (or as the victim instead of the perpetrator). A case can be made that the type of conceptual ratiocination required for both scientific and moral reasoning not only is linked historically and psychologically, but also that it has been improving over time as we become better at nonconcrete, theoretical reflection. — Michael Shermer
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Scientifically Sayings By George Andrew Olah: My Cleveland years were both scientifically and personally most rewarding. My wife Judy was able My Cleveland years were both scientifically and personally most rewarding. My wife Judy was able to rejoin me in our research and my research group grew rapidly. — George Andrew Olah
Scientifically Sayings By Kilroy J. Oldster: Humankind is an instinctive creature that is capable of feelings and rational thoughts, which accounts Humankind is an instinctive creature that is capable of feelings and rational thoughts, which accounts for why such a rich diversity exists amongst human nature. A person's unique personality is simply a crystallization of particular aspects of human nature. Freedom of thought and expression ensures that no person replicates another person's exact persona. Every person is a creature of predicable needs and impulses, infused with the poetry of multifaceted feelings, and ruled by a scientifically calculated instrument capable of precision of thought. — Kilroy J. Oldster
Scientifically Sayings By Toni Morrison: There is no such thing as race. None. There is just a human race scientifically, There is no such thing as race. None. There is just a human race
scientifically, anthropologically. Racism is a construct, a social construct ... it has a social function, racism. — Toni Morrison
Scientifically Sayings By Anonymous: women complaining about their husbands' gas. He has never once heard a husband complain about women complaining about their husbands' gas. He has never once heard a husband complain about a wife, despite this scientifically proven (by Levitt) fact: "the flatus of women has a significantly greater concentration of hydrogen sulfide and was deemed to have a significantly worse odour by both judges." (However, this is likely balanced out by the male's "greater volume of gas per passage.") — Anonymous
Scientifically Sayings By Andrew Dickson White: The inquiry into Nature having thus been pursued nearly two thousand years theologically, we find The inquiry into Nature having thus been pursued nearly two thousand years theologically, we find by the middle of the sixteenth century some promising beginnings of a different method the method of inquiry into Nature scientifically the method which seeks not plausibilities but facts. — Andrew Dickson White
Scientifically Sayings By Anton Szandor LaVey: Magic is never totally scientifically explainable, but science has always been, at one time or Magic is never totally scientifically explainable, but science has always been, at one time or another, considered magic. — Anton Szandor LaVey
Scientifically Sayings By Marianne Williamson: In medicine, we have invented an entirely new healing paradigm. Now we no longer simply In medicine, we have invented an entirely new healing paradigm. Now we no longer simply look to the doctor and to medicine to heal us. We now recognize what has been substantiated scientifically everywhere from Harvard to Duke to Stanford - that the power of the mental and spiritual consciousness of the patient is as significant in healing as physical factors are. If we apply that same paradigm to politics, we see that the mind and the spiritual consciousness of the citizen are every bit as important as anything that goes on in the government. — Marianne Williamson
Scientifically Sayings By Ibn Warraq: Not only is the West so successful economically, but it leads the world scientifically, and Not only is the West so successful economically, but it leads the world scientifically, and culturally. — Ibn Warraq
Scientifically Sayings By Antony Flew: I am open to [the notion of theistic revelation], but not enthusiastic about potential revelation I am open to [the notion of theistic revelation], but not enthusiastic about potential revelation from God. On the positive side, for example, I am very much impressed with physicist Gerald Schroeder's comments on Genesis 1. That this biblical account might be scientifically accurate raises the possibility that it is revelation. — Antony Flew
Scientifically Sayings By Ben Macintyre: As the real army plowed through the waves toward Normandy, two more fake convoys were As the real army plowed through the waves toward Normandy, two more fake convoys were scientifically simulated heading for the Seine and Boulogne by dropping from planes a blizzard of tinfoil, code-named "Window," which would show up on German radar as two huge flotillas approaching the French coast. — Ben Macintyre
Scientifically Sayings By Douglas Coupland: Claire put scientifically enhanced popcorn in the microwave oven. "I never feel like I'm putting Claire put scientifically enhanced popcorn in the microwave oven. "I never feel like I'm putting food in one of these things," she then says, entering with beeps, the time-set into the LED. "It feels more like I'm inserting fuel rods into a core. — Douglas Coupland
Scientifically Sayings By David Silverman: The sum total of all scientifically valid proof supporting the existence of all of world's The sum total of all scientifically valid proof supporting the existence of all of world's gods, combined, is zero. — David Silverman
Scientifically Sayings By John Mayer: I scientifically engineer my music to be as accessible as possible. I scientifically engineer my music to be as accessible as possible. — John Mayer
Scientifically Sayings By Lawrence M. Krauss: To be scientifically illiterate is to remain essentially uncultured. And the chief virtue of a To be scientifically illiterate is to remain essentially uncultured. And the chief virtue of a cultural activity
be it art, music, literature, or science
is the way it enriches our lives. — Lawrence M. Krauss
Scientifically Sayings By Paramahansa Yogananda: The Western day is indeed nearing when the inner science of self-control will be found The Western day is indeed nearing when the inner science of self-control will be found as necessary as the outer conquest of nature. This new Atomic Age will see men's minds sobered and broadened by the now scientifically indisputable truth that matter is in reality a concentrate of energy. — Paramahansa Yogananda
Scientifically Sayings By W. R. Thompson: This situation, where men rally to the defense of a doctrine they are unable to This situation, where men rally to the defense of a doctrine they are unable to define scientifically, much less demonstrate with scientific rigor, attempting to maintain its credit with the public by the suppression of criticism and the elimination of difficulties, is abnormal and undesirable in science. — W. R. Thompson
Scientifically Sayings By Periyar E.V. Ramasamy: Even those, who some time ago believed all the stories about God, that is who Even those, who some time ago believed all the stories about God, that is who believed that divine power exists, have now come to be so ashamed of their own belief, hiding their ignorance, they are now struggling hard to prove those stories as scientifically true. — Periyar E.V. Ramasamy
Scientifically Sayings By Loretta Chase: If she had been a normal female, she would have swooned. But she was not If she had been a normal female, she would have swooned. But she was not normal, never had been.
"Good grief, you are impossibly handsome," she said breathlessly. "I vow, I have never experienced the like. For an instant, my brain stopped altogether. I must say, my lord, you do clean up well. But next time, I wish you would call out a warning before you come into view, and give me a chance to brace myself for the onslaught."
Something dark flickered in his eyes. Then a corner of his hard mouth quirked up. "Miss Adams, you have an interesting - a unique - way with a compliment."
The trace of a smile disoriented her further. "It is a unique experience," she said. "I never knew my brain to shut off before, not while I was full awake. I wonder if the phenomenon has been scientifically documented and what physiological explanation has been proposed. — Loretta Chase
Scientifically Sayings By Polly Toynbee: Happiness is a real, objective phenomenon, scientifically verifiable. That means people and whole societies can Happiness is a real, objective phenomenon, scientifically verifiable. That means people and whole societies can now be measured over time and compared accurately with one another. Causes and cures for unhappiness can be quantified. — Polly Toynbee
Scientifically Sayings By Christopher Landsea: I personally cannot in good faith continue to contribute to a process [IPCC process] that I personally cannot in good faith continue to contribute to a process [IPCC process] that I view as both being motivated by pre-conceived agendas and being scientifically unsound. — Christopher Landsea
Scientifically Sayings By William Barrett: Positivist man is a curious creature who dwells in the tiny island of light composed Positivist man is a curious creature who dwells in the tiny island of light composed of what he finds scientifically "meaningful," while the whole surrounding area in which ordinary men live from day to day and have their dealings with other men is consigned to the outer darkness of the "meaningless." Positivism has simply accepted the fractured being of modern man and erected a philosophy to intensify it.
Existentialism, whether successfully or not, has attempted instead to gather all the elements of human reality into a total picture of man. Positivist man and Existentialist man are no doubt offspring of the same parent epoch, but, somewhat as Cain and Abel were, the brothers are divided unalterably by temperament and the initial choice they make of their own being. — William Barrett
Scientifically Sayings By David Suzuki: Albert Einstein was asked one day by a friend "Do you believe that absolutely everything Albert Einstein was asked one day by a friend "Do you believe that absolutely everything can be expressed scientifically?" "Yes, it would be possible," he replied, "but it would make no sense. It would be description without meaning - as if you described a Beethoven symphony as a variation in wave pressure." RONALD W. CLARK, Einstein: The Life and Times — David Suzuki
Scientifically Sayings By Arthur Rock: I mean I wasn't a founder in the sense that I contributed anything scientifically but I mean I wasn't a founder in the sense that I contributed anything scientifically but in the sense that I signed the corporation papers and, and owned founder's stock. — Arthur Rock
Scientifically Sayings By Richard Gentle: Scientifically, just because the spiritual person can manifest a drink of coffee, does not mean Scientifically, just because the spiritual person can manifest a drink of coffee, does not mean that he or she knows how it happens! — Richard Gentle
Scientifically Sayings By Charles Jencks: A placebo is a phony cure that works. This is very hard for the medical A placebo is a phony cure that works. This is very hard for the medical profession to get their teeth around because they hate placebos, but scientifically, placebos work in about 30% of cases that are psychogenic diseases. — Charles Jencks
Scientifically Sayings By Michael Shermer: The recent medical controversy over whether vaccinations cause autism reveals a habit of human cognition The recent medical controversy over whether vaccinations cause autism reveals a habit of human cognition - thinking anecdotally comes naturally, whereas thinking scientifically does not. — Michael Shermer
Scientifically Sayings By Gore Vidal: Memory is strange. Scientifically, it is not a mechanical means of repeating something. I can Memory is strange. Scientifically, it is not a mechanical means of repeating something. I can think a thousand times about when I broke my leg at the age of ten, but it is never the same thing which comes to mind when I think about it. My memory of this event has never been, in reality, anything except the memory of my last memory of that event. This is why I use the image of a palimpsest - something written over something partially erased - that is what memory is for me. It's not a film you play back in exactly the same way. It's like theater, with characters who appear from time to time. — Gore Vidal
Scientifically Sayings By Irvin D. Yalom: Truth," Nietzsche continued, "is arrived at through disbelief and skepticism, not through a childlike wishing Truth," Nietzsche continued, "is arrived at through disbelief and skepticism, not through a childlike wishing something were so! Your patient's wish to be in God's hands is not truth. It is simply a child's wish - and nothing more! It is a wish not to die, a wish for the eveastingly bloated nipple we have labeled 'God'! Evolutionary theory scientifically demonstrates God's redundancy - though Darwin himself had not the courage to follow his evidence to its true conclusion. Surely, you must realize that we created God, and that all of us together now have killed him. — Irvin D. Yalom
Scientifically Sayings By Paramahansa Yogananda: Dr. Julian Huxley, famous English biologist and director of UNESCO, recently stated that Western scientists Dr. Julian Huxley, famous English biologist and director of UNESCO, recently stated that Western scientists should "learn the Oriental techniques" for entering the trance state and for control of breathing. "What happens? How is it possible?" he said. An Associated Press dispatch from London, dated Aug. 21, 1948, reported: "Dr. Huxley told the new World Federation for Mental Health it might well look into the mystic lore of the East. If this lore could be investigated scientifically, he advised mental specialists, 'then I think an immense step forward could be made in your field. — Paramahansa Yogananda
Scientifically Sayings By Rhonda Byrne: Oftentimes when people begin to understand the Great Secret, they become frightened of all the Oftentimes when people begin to understand the Great Secret, they become frightened of all the negative thoughts that they have. They need to be aware that it has been scientifically proven that an affirmative thought is hundreds of times more powerful than a negative thought. That eliminates a degree of worry right there. — Rhonda Byrne
Scientifically Sayings By Sukant Ratnakar: If existance of something cannot be proved scientifically, it only means that science is not If existance of something cannot be proved scientifically, it only means that science is not equipped to prove it right now. — Sukant Ratnakar
Scientifically Sayings By Barack Obama: What we can be scientifically certain of is that our continued use of fossil fuels What we can be scientifically certain of is that our continued use of fossil fuels is pushing us to a point of no return — Barack Obama
Scientifically Sayings By Francis Collins: The word 'living' has so many connotations that I'm almost reluctant to try to define The word 'living' has so many connotations that I'm almost reluctant to try to define it scientifically because it sounds as if I'm then downgrading all the other significances of that word. — Francis Collins
Scientifically Sayings By Robert M. Pirsig: The major producer of the social chaos, the indeterminacy of thought and values that rational The major producer of the social chaos, the indeterminacy of thought and values that rational knowledge is supposed to eliminate, is none other than science itself. And what Phaedrus saw in the isolation of his own laboratory work years ago is now seen everywhere in the technological world today. Scientifically produced antiscience - chaos. — Robert M. Pirsig
Scientifically Sayings By Arthur Conan Doyle: The more outre and grotesque an incident is the more carefully it deserves to be The more outre and grotesque an incident is the more carefully it deserves to be examined, and the very point which appears to complicate a case is, when duly considered and scientifically handled, the one which is most likely to elucidate it. — Arthur Conan Doyle
Scientifically Sayings By Derrick Jensen: Have you ever felt love?Did you need scientific proof of this? How would you have Have you ever felt love?
Did you need scientific proof of this? How would you have definitively and scientifically proved your love existed? If you could not prove it, would that mean your love didn't exist? What would you trust: your own feelings, or science? — Derrick Jensen
Scientifically Sayings By Lord Kelvin: Radio has no future." "X-rays are clearly a hoax". "The aeroplane is scientifically impossible. Radio has no future." "X-rays are clearly a hoax". "The aeroplane is scientifically impossible. — Lord Kelvin
Scientifically Sayings By Neil DeGrasse Tyson: When scientifically investigating the natural world, the only thing worse than a blind believer is When scientifically investigating the natural world, the only thing worse than a blind believer is a seeing denier. — Neil DeGrasse Tyson
Scientifically Sayings By Joseph Fink: We all want to live forever, right? Wrong! Think about watching your family die as We all want to live forever, right? Wrong! Think about watching your family die as you selfishly carry on. Your children aging and passing, your grandchildren, and so on. Think of all of the friends you'll make but eventually lose. You don't want that! No! You know the earth is eventually going to be swallowed by the sun, right? And one day you would be present for this greatest of all apocalypses. As fascinating as this event would be, scientifically speaking, this excitement would fade as the pain of thousand-degree flames engulfed your tender body and your aged mind would be so alone in this interminable torture. Does this sound like something you want? We didn't think so.
Immortality is stupid. Think before you wish.
This message brought to you by DIRECTV. — Joseph Fink
Scientifically Sayings By Stephen Kinzer: In the past, secularists sought to challenge dogma by the use of rational argument, claiming, In the past, secularists sought to challenge dogma by the use of rational argument, claiming, for example, that miracles described in the Bible are scientifically impossible. — Stephen Kinzer
Scientifically Sayings By Liz Braswell: Maybe he just didn't know how to ask nicely. No. Belle shook her head. She Maybe he just didn't know how to ask nicely. No. Belle shook her head. She had read about this. The victims of kidnapping often wound up sympathizing with the perpetrator. It was a sickness, a very scientifically predictable one. This was the eighteenth century. The age of reason. — Liz Braswell
Scientifically Sayings By Seth Lloyd: In this metaphor we actually have a picture of the computational universe, a metaphor which In this metaphor we actually have a picture of the computational universe, a metaphor which I hope to make scientifically precise as part of a research program. — Seth Lloyd
Scientifically Sayings By Wilhelm, Ostwald: I am now convinced that we have recently become possessed of experimental evidence of the I am now convinced that we have recently become possessed of experimental evidence of the discrete or grained nature of matter, which the atomic hypothesis sought in vain for hundreds and thousands of years. The isolation and counting of gaseous ions, on the one hand, which have crowned with success the long and brilliant researches of J.J. Thomson, and, on the other, agreement of the Brownian movement with the requirements of the kinetic hypothesis, established by many investigators and most conclusively by J. Perrin, justify the most cautious scientist in now speaking of the experimental proof of the atomic nature of matter, The atomic hypothesis is thus raised to the position of a scientifically well-founded theory, and can claim a place in a text-book intended for use as an introduction to the present state of our knowledge of General Chemistry. — Wilhelm, Ostwald
Scientifically Sayings By Marc Morano: Coal is the moral choice, particularly for the developing world ... The model for the Coal is the moral choice, particularly for the developing world ... The model for the world right now should be Australia. Australia gets it. Scientifically they get it, politically they get it and particularly when it comes to the United Nations, they get it. They are pulling out of this, they are repealing their carbon tax and Canada seems to be intrigued by what Australia is doing. — Marc Morano
Scientifically Sayings By Virginia Woolf: Beauty, the world seemed to say. And as if to prove it (scientifically) wherever he Beauty, the world seemed to say. And as if to prove it (scientifically) wherever he looked at the houses, at the railings, at the antelopes stretching over the palings, beauty sprang instantly. To watch a leaf quivering in the rush of air was an exquisite joy. Up in the sky swallows swooping, swerving, flinging themselves in and out, round and round, yet always with perfect control as if elastics held them; and the flies rising and falling; and the sun spotting now this leaf, now that, in mockery, dazzling it with soft gold in pure good temper; and now again some chime (it might be a motor horn) tinkling divinely on the grass stalks - all of this, calm and reasonable as it was, made out of ordinary things as it was, was the truth now; beauty, that was the truth now. Beauty was everywhere. — Virginia Woolf
Scientifically Sayings By Isaac Asimov: I have the shape of a human being and organs equivalent to those of a I have the shape of a human being and organs equivalent to those of a human being. My organs, in fact, are identical to some of those in a prosthetized human being. I have contributed artistically, literally, and scientifically to human culture as much as any human being now alive. What more can one ask? — Isaac Asimov
Scientifically Sayings By Gabor Mate: The very same brain centers that interpret and feel physical pain also become activated during The very same brain centers that interpret and feel physical pain also become activated during experiences of emotional rejection. In brain scans, they light up in response to social ostracism, just as they would when triggered by physically harmful stimuli. When people speak of feeling hurt or of having emotional pain, they are not being abstract or poetic, but scientifically quite precise. — Gabor Mate
Scientifically Sayings By Hermann Kolbe: Liebig was not a teacher in the ordinary sense of the word. Scientifically productive himself Liebig was not a teacher in the ordinary sense of the word. Scientifically productive himself in an unusual degree, and rich in chemical ideas, he imparted the latter to his advanced pupils, to be put by them to experimental proof; he thus brought his pupils gradually to think for themselves, besides showing and explaining to them the methods by which chemical problems might be solved experimentally. — Hermann Kolbe
Scientifically Sayings By Jim Horning: To treat programming scientifically, it must be possible to specify the required properties of programs To treat programming scientifically, it must be possible to specify the required properties of programs precisely. Formality is certainly not an end in itself. The importance of formal specifications must ultimately rest in their utility -in whether or not they are used to improve the quality of software or to reduce the cost of producing and maintaining software. — Jim Horning
Scientifically Sayings By Melissa Ambrosini: Meditation is one of Mother Nature's most powerful medicines and has no apparent side effects. Meditation is one of Mother Nature's most powerful medicines and has no apparent side effects. It's been scientifically proven that meditation helps calm the mind and de-stress the body. It also helps regulate blood pressure, lowers depression, induces the 'relaxation response', rewires the circuitry of your brain, enhances positive emotions, increases overall life satisfaction . . . And that's just for starters! — Melissa Ambrosini
Scientifically Sayings By Nana Awere Damoah: Don't wait till you have grey hair before you believe people will take you seriously Don't wait till you have grey hair before you believe people will take you seriously because scientifically, grey hair is a sign of old age and not necessarily of wisdom. — Nana Awere Damoah
Scientifically Sayings By Shawn Achor: Scientifically, happiness is a choice. It is a choice about where your single processor brain Scientifically, happiness is a choice. It is a choice about where your single processor brain will devote its finite resources as you process the world. — Shawn Achor
Scientifically Sayings By Cynthia Hand: Because what we associate with the idea of love is purely chemical. It can be Because what we associate with the idea of love is purely chemical. It can be broken down into scientifically proven phases: it starts with a dose of testosterone and estrogen, what we would think of as 'lust,' followed by the goofy 'lovesick' phase, which is a combination of adrenaline, dopamine, and a drop in serotonin levels - which, by the way, makes our brains behave exactly like the brains of crack addicts - and ends up, if we make it through phases one and two, with 'attachment,' where the body produces oxytocin and vasopressin, which basically make us want to cuddle excessively. It's science. That's all. — Cynthia Hand
Scientifically Sayings By Kenneth R. Miller: The scientific argument advanced for intelligent design at the Dover trial, those arguments collapsed, scientifically The scientific argument advanced for intelligent design at the Dover trial, those arguments collapsed, scientifically and intellectually. — Kenneth R. Miller
Scientifically Sayings By Isaac Asimov: If a conclusion is not poetically balanced, it cannot be scientifically true. If a conclusion is not poetically balanced, it cannot be scientifically true. — Isaac Asimov
Scientifically Sayings By Billy Graham: We can't go on much longer morally. We can't go on much longer scientifically. The We can't go on much longer morally. We can't go on much longer scientifically. The technology that was supposed to save us is ready to destroy us. New weapons are being made all the time, including chemical and biological weapons. Today the only bright spot on the horizon of this world is the promise of the coming again of Christ. — Billy Graham
Scientifically Sayings By Jennifer Megan Varnadore: Scientifically, Love is a chemical reaction in your brain toward someone else. Your pupils dilate, Scientifically, Love is a chemical reaction in your brain toward someone else. Your pupils dilate, breathing catches, and your heart beats faster as your mind goes into overdrive. Spiritually, true love is your soul's recognition of its counterpart in another person. No reasoning, because there is none. We all know what love is. Most of us just don't know how to love. — Jennifer Megan Varnadore
Scientifically Sayings By Charles Darwin: Natural selection rendered evolution scientifically intelligible: it was this more than anything else which convinced Natural selection rendered evolution scientifically intelligible: it was this more than anything else which convinced professional biologists like Sir Joseph Hooker, T. H. Huxley and Ernst Haeckel. — Charles Darwin
Scientifically Sayings By Mark Twain: I have been scientifically studying the traits and dispositions of the "lower animals" (so-called,) and I have been scientifically studying the traits and dispositions of the "lower animals" (so-called,) and contrasting them with the traits and dispositions of man. I find the result profoundly humiliating to me. For it obliges me to renounce my allegiance to the Darwinian theory of the Ascent of Man from the Lower Animals; since it now seems plain to me that that theory ought to be vacated in favor of a new and truer one, this new and truer one to be named the Descent of Man from the Higher Animals. — Mark Twain
Scientifically Sayings By Russell Baker: Inanimate objects can be classified scientifically into three major categories: those that don't work, those Inanimate objects can be classified scientifically into three major categories: those that don't work, those that break down and those that get lost. The goal of all inanimate objects is to resist man and ultimately to defeat him, and the three major classifications are based on the method each object uses to achieve its purpose. As a general rule, any object capable of breaking down at the moment when it is most needed will do so. — Russell Baker
Scientifically Sayings By Bill Condon: Kinsey was trying to study sex scientifically, get rid of the overlay of culture and Kinsey was trying to study sex scientifically, get rid of the overlay of culture and religion. — Bill Condon
Scientifically Sayings By Steven Pinker: Left to our own devices, we are apt to backslide to our instinctive conceptual ways. Left to our own devices, we are apt to backslide to our instinctive conceptual ways. This underscores the place of education in a scientifically literate democracy, and even suggests a statement of purpose for it (a surprisingly elusive principle in higher education today). The goal of education is to make up for the shortcomings in our instinctive ways of thinking about the physical and social world. And education is likely to succeed not by trying to implant abstract statements in empty minds but by taking the mental models that are our standard equipment, applying them to new subjects in selective analogies, and assembling them into new and more sophisticated combinations. — Steven Pinker
Scientifically Sayings By Kytka Hilmar-Jezek: There are as many approaches to unschooling as there are people, by design. A child There are as many approaches to unschooling as there are people, by design. A child is supported to read when ready and interested, not on another's timetable, for example. He can and will be encouraged to pursue a wide range of interests, based on his interests, such as free play, inventing, experimenting scientifically, video gaming, role modeling through friendship, spiritual development through inquiry of self and others, athletics, learning to trust himself and others. — Kytka Hilmar-Jezek
Scientifically Sayings By Alan Watts: So we down-to-earth, gutsy, tough, realistic, and practical types have just been squandering billions of So we down-to-earth, gutsy, tough, realistic, and practical types have just been squandering billions of dollars and unimaginable amounts of energy, nerve-work, and materials in whizzing off to the moon to discover, as astronomers knew before, that it was just a dreary slag heap. This is the true, original and scientifically etymological meaning of being lunatics. Crying for the moon. — Alan Watts
Scientifically Sayings By Lois Greiman: Don't worry. It's scientifically unlikely that the universe will explode into a million particles at Don't worry. It's scientifically unlikely that the universe will explode into a million particles at any given moment. — Lois Greiman
Scientifically Sayings By R. Buckminster Fuller: We are going to have to find ways of organizing ourselves cooperatively,sanely, scientifically, harmonically and We are going to have to find ways of organizing ourselves cooperatively,sanely, scientifically, harmonically and in regenerative spontaneity with the rest of humanity around the earth ... We are not going to be able to operate our spaceship earth successfully nor for much longer unless we see it as a whole spaceship and our fate as common. — R. Buckminster Fuller
Scientifically Sayings By Nicola Yoon: What if I told you I could get you to fall in love with me What if I told you I could get you to fall in love with me scientifically?"
"I would scoff," I say. "A Lot — Nicola Yoon
Scientifically Sayings By Patrick White: I think it is impossible to explain faith. It is like trying to explain air, I think it is impossible to explain faith. It is like trying to explain air, which one cannot do by dividing it into its component parts and labeling them scientifically. It must be breathed to be understood. — Patrick White
Scientifically Sayings By Isaac Asimov: Increasingly, our leaders must deal with dangers that threaten the entire world, where an understanding Increasingly, our leaders must deal with dangers that threaten the entire world, where an understanding of those dangers and the possible solutions depends on a good grasp of science. The ozone layer, the greenhouse effect, acid rain, questions of diet and heredity. All require scientific literacy. Can Americans choose the proper leaders and support the proper programs if they themselves are scientifically illiterate? The whole premise of democracy is that it is safe to leave important questions to the court of public opinion-but is it safe to leave them to the court of public ignorance? — Isaac Asimov
Scientifically Sayings By Thomas Nagel: Physico-chemical reductionism in biology is the orthodox view, and any resistance to it is regarded Physico-chemical reductionism in biology is the orthodox view, and any resistance to it is regarded as not only scientifically but politically incorrect. But for a long time I have found the materialist account of how we and our fellow organisms came to exist hard to believe, including the standard version of how the evolutionary process works. The more details we learn about the chemical basis of life and the intricacy of the genetic code, the more unbelievable the standard historical account becomes.2 — Thomas Nagel
Scientifically Sayings By David Buss: While love is common, true love is rare, and I believe that few people are While love is common, true love is rare, and I believe that few people are fortunate enough to experience it. The roads of regular love are well traveled and their markers are well understood by many - the mesmerizing attraction, the idealization obsession, the sexual afterglow, the profound self-sacrifice, and the desire to combine DNA. But true love takes its own course through uncharted territory. It knows no fences, eludes modern measurement, and seems scientifically woolly. But I know true love exists. I just can't prove it. — David Buss
Scientifically Sayings By Randy Forbes: Space exploration is important research to our economic and national defense, and America's space program Space exploration is important research to our economic and national defense, and America's space program is a symbol of our success as a scientifically and technologically advanced nation. — Randy Forbes
Scientifically Sayings By Virginia Woolf: Scientifically speaking, the flesh was melted off the world. His body was macerated until only Scientifically speaking, the flesh was melted off the world. His body was macerated until only the nerve fibers were left. It was spread like a veil upon a rock. — Virginia Woolf
Scientifically Sayings By James E. Lovelock: I know that to personalize the Earth System as Gaia, as I have often done I know that to personalize the Earth System as Gaia, as I have often done and continue to do in this book, irritates the scientifically correct, but I am unrepentant because metaphors are more than ever needed for a widespread comprehension of the true nature of the Earth and an understanding of the lethal dangers that lie ahead. — James E. Lovelock
Scientifically Sayings By Shannon Lee: Scientifically, I know beginnings don't exist. The world is made of energy, which is neither Scientifically, I know beginnings don't exist. The world is made of energy, which is neither created nor destroyed. Everything she is was here before me. Everything she was will remain. Her existence touches both my past and my future at one point - infinity. Lifelines aren't lines at all. They're more like circles. It's safe to start anywhere and the story will curve its way back to the starting point. Eventually. In other words, it doesn't matter where I begin. It doesn't change the end. — Shannon Lee
Scientifically Sayings By Swami Vivekananda: To get any reason out of the mass of incongruity we call human life, we To get any reason out of the mass of incongruity we call human life, we have to transcend our reason, but we must do it scientifically, slowly, by regular practice, and we must cast off all superstition. — Swami Vivekananda