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Albert Einstein
   said   
"The Difference Between Stupidity and Genius is That Genius Has Its Limits."
Albert Einstein
   said   
"God Does Not Play Dice With the Universe"
Albert Einstein
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"I Know Not With What Weapons World War III Will Be Fought, but World War IV Will Be Fought With Sticks and Stones."
Albert Einstein
   said   
"I Live in the Solitude Which is Painful in Youth, but Delicious in the Years of Maturity."
Albert Einstein
   said   
"Imagination is More Important Than Knowledge"
Albert Einstein
   said   
"It is a Miracle That Curiosity Survives Formal Education."
Albert Einstein
   said   
"The Most Incomprehensible Thing About the World is That It is at All Comprehensible"
Albert Einstein
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"Not Everything That Can Be Counted Counts and Not Everything That Counts Can Be Counted"
Albert Einstein
   said   
"The Secret to Creativity is Knowing How to Hide Your Sources"
Albert Einstein
   said   
"Truth is What Stands the Test of Experience."
Albert Einstein
   said   
"Try Not to Become a Man of Success, but Rather Try to Becoome a Man of Value."
Alfred Renyi
   said   
"If I Feel Unhappy, I Do Mathematics to Become Happy. If I Am Happy, I Do Mathematics to Keep Happy."
Hungarian mathematician
Alfred Renyi
   said   
"A Mathematician is a Device for Turning Coffee Into Theorems."
Hungarian mathematician. His quote is often ascribed to his colleague Paul Erdos.
Benjamin Franklin
   said   
"Any Fool Can Criticise, Condemn, and Complain – and Most Fools Do"
American polymath and Founding Father
Benjamin Franklin
   said   
"At 20 Years of Age the Will Reigns, at 30 the Wit, at 40 the Judgement"
American polymath and Founding Father
Benjamin Franklin
   said   
"Beware the Young Doctor and the Old Barber"
American polymath and Founding Father
Benjamin Franklin
   said   
"A Countryman Between Two Lawyers is Like a Fish Between Two Cats"
American polymath and Founding Father
Benjamin Franklin
   said   
"Either Write Something Worth Reading or Do Something Worth Writing"
American polymath and Founding Father
Benjamin Franklin
   said   
"If Your Head is Wax, Don’t Walk in the Sun"
American polymath and Founding Father
Benjamin Franklin
   said   
"In This World Nothing Can Be Said to Be Certain, Except Death and Taxes"
American polymath and Founding Father
Benjamin Franklin
   said   
"It is Hard for an Empty Bag to Stand Upright"
American polymath and Founding Father
Benjamin Franklin
   said   
"Lost Time is Never Found Again"
American polymath and Founding Father
Benjamin Franklin
   said   
"A Penny Saved is a Penny Earned"
American polymath and Founding Father
Benjamin Franklin
   said   
"Reading Makes a Full Man, Meditation a Profound Man, Discourse a Clear Man"
American polymath and Founding Father
Blaise Pascal
   said   
"Man is Only a Reed, the Weakest in Nature; but He is a Thinking Reed"
Pensées, 1670
Carl Sagan
   said   
"It is Far Better to Grasp the Universe As It Really is Than to Persist in Delusion, However Satisfying and Reassuring"
Dr. William C. Dement
   said   
"Dreaming Permits Each and Every One of Us to Be Quietly and Safely Insane Every Night of Our Lives"
Georg Christoph Lichtenberg
   said   
"Everyone is a Genius at Least Once a Year; a Real Genius Has His Original Ideas Closer Together"
German scientist and satirist
Georg Christoph Lichtenberg
   said   
“Where the Frontier of Science Once Was is Now the Centre.”
Isaac Newton
   said   
"I Seem to Have Been Like a Child Playing on the Sea Shore, Finding Now and then a Prettier Shell Than Ordinary, Whilst the Great Ocean of Truth Lay Undiscovered Before Me"
English physicist, mathematician, astronomer, natural philosopher, alchemist and theologian
Linus Pauling
   said   
"Love is Blind, but Marriage Restores Its Sight"
American scientist, peace activist, author and educator
Louis Pasteur
   said   
"Let Me Tell You the Secret That Has Led Me to My Goal. My Strength Lies Solely in My Tenacity"
French biologist & bacteriologist
Louis Pasteur
   said   
"Science Belongs to One Country"
French biologist & bacteriologist
Margaret Mead
   said   
"Never Believe That a Few Caring People Can't Change the World. For, Indeed, That's All Who Ever Have."
American anthropologist and author
Stephen Hawking
   said   
"God Not Only Plays Dice, He Sometimes Throws the Dice Where They Cannot Be Seen."
Stephen Hawking
   said   
"I Have Noticed Even People Who Claim Everything is Predestined, and That We Can Do Nothing to Change It, Look Before They Cross the Road."
Stephen Hawking
   said   
"Intelligence is the Ability to Adapt to Change."
Stephen Hawking
   said   
"It is Not Clear That Intelligence Has Any Long-term Survival Value."
Stephen Hawking
   said   
"Look up at the Stars and Not Down at Your Feet. Try to Make Sense of What You See, and Wonder About What Makes the Universe Exist. Be Curious."
Stephen Hawking
   said   
"There Are Grounds for Cautious Optimism That We May Now Be Near the End of the Search for the Ultimate Laws of Nature."
Thomas Henry Huxley
   said   
"The Great Tragedy of Science - the Slaying of a Beautiful Hypothesis by an Ugly Fact"
British scientist, philosopher; and champion of Darwinian Theory
Thomas Henry Huxley
   said   
"Try to Learn Something About Everything and Everything About Something"
English scientist, philosopher; and champion of Darwinian Theory


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