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1. "The release of atomic energy has not created a new problem. It has merely made more urgent the necessity of solving an existing one."
Author: Albert Einstein
2. "Beware of using up your last forty years in being the curator of your first fifty."
Author: Allan Gurganus
3. "Okay, gang," I said, "according to blueprints, there's an elevator access panel on the east side of the building. We may get a little dirty, but—""I thought we'd just go through the doors," Liz said, flashing three beautifully engraved invitations and some wonderfully authentic fake IDs.The tickets were $20,000 each. The Secret Service had been vetting the guest list for weeks, so Bex and I stopped beneath a streetlamp and studied Liz."Do I even want to know where you got those?" I asked.Liz seemed to ponder it, and then she said, "No."
Author: Ally Carter
4. "Love's librettists: the lonely lighting operators of every lasting relationship, talented loyalists to a subsidiary lyricism."
5. "I'm sure the ‘I wouldn't fuck a murder conspirator' argument wins over many an internal affairs review board. Bring him in. It'll be in your favor."
Author: Benjamin R. Smith
6. "There are two gifts which every man of images needs to be a true creator: a certain sensitivity to life, to living things, and at the same time, the art which will enable him to capture that life in a certain specific way. I'm not talking about a pure aesthetics..."
7. "It's probably a bad indicator of your lifestyle when you miss your ex-boyfriend because he's absolutely lethal."
Author: Charlaine Harris
8. "Not long ago, having expressed some disagreements in print with an old comrade of long standing, I was sent a response that he had published in an obscure newspaper. This riposte referred to my opinions as ‘racist.' I would obviously scorn to deny such an allegation on my own behalf. I would, rather, prefer to repudiate it on behalf of my former friend. He had known me for many years and cooperated with me on numerous projects, and I am quite confident that he would never have as a collaborator anyone he suspected of racial prejudice. But it does remind me, and not for the first time, that quarrels on the left have a tendency to become miniature treason trials, replete with all kinds of denunciation. There's a general tendency—not by any means confined to radicals but in some way specially associated with them—to believe that once the lowest motive for a dissenting position has been found, it must in some way be the real one."
Author: Christopher Hitchens
9. "The tape measures and weighing scales of the Victorian brain scientists have been supplanted by powerful neuroimaging technologies, but there is still a lesson to be learned from historical examples such as these. State-of-the-art brain scanners offer us unprecedented information about the structure and working of the brain. But don't forget that, once, wrapping a tape measure around the head was considered modern and sophisticated, and it's important not to fall into the same old traps. As we'll see in later chapters, although certain popular commentators make it seem effortlessly easy, the sheer complexity of the brain makes interpreting and understanding the meaning of any sex differences we find in the brain a very difficult task. But the first, and perhaps surprising, issue in sex differences research is that of knowing which differences are real and which, like the intially promising cephalic index, are flukes or spurious."
Author: Cordelia Fine
10. "When I left home after graduating high school, I left as a migrant agricultural worker with a Modern Library edition of Plato in my duffel bag. It sounds kind of crazy, but I loved it. I loved the stuff. Before I knew there was a subject called philosophy, I loved it."
Author: Dallas Willard
11. "C' è una foto che Irene ha scattato con gli occhi, un frammento, una di quelle istantanee dov'è condensata tutta la tenerezza per qualcuno che abbiamo amato o amiamo ancora, e che si acquattano nella memoria per la vita."
Author: Diego De Silva
12. "For the increase in the number of my Brennan cousins," Conall remarked dryly, "we must thank the potato."
Author: Edward Rutherfurd
13. "So when you ask me how string theory might be tested, I can tell you what's likely to happen at accelerators or some parts of the theory that are likely to be tested."
Author: Edward Witten
14. "For being able to use language was a critical skill that could carry one far. One could use it professionally, as a crafter of everything from political speeches to modern novels. One could use it personally, as a tool of discovery or a means of staying connected to others. One could use it as an outlet that would feed the artistic spirit of the creator, which existed in everyone."
Author: Elizabeth George
15. "We know that appropriators will fight these cutbacks. But by eliminating earmarks, we can stop the horse trading that grows agency budgets."
Author: Eric Cantor
16. "Curators are great, but they're inherently biased. Curators are always making an editorial decision. Those biases have really big implications."
Author: Ethan Zuckerman
17. "My love life couldn't be more nonexistent if Julius was all all-girls' boarding school with a moat full of alligators around it."
Author: Flynn Meaney
18. "Ko se uprete zasvojenosti in izberete, da boste postali celoviti, se uravnate s svojo nefizicno pomocjo. Delo, ki ga je treba opraviti, je vaše, toda vedno vam je na voljo pomoc. Nefizicni svet, dejanja vaših vodnikov in uciteljev, se dotikajo vašega sveta na veliko nacinov- z mislijo, ki prinaša moc, s spominom, ki vas spomni, s pojavom presenecenja, ki krepi. V nefizicnem svetu je veliko radosti, ko se duša osvobodi svoje negativnosti in se kakovost njene zavesti pomakne navzgor v višje frekvence Luci. Zato ne trpite v samoti. Saj je sploh ni."
Author: Gary Zukav
19. "Ogni essere vivente, pensavo, agisce per istinto e l'unico modo per tenerlo sempre vivo nelnostro spirito, è quello di metterci in condizione di cavarcela da soli. Un po' come un animalecresciuto in cattività: se fosse riportato nel suo habitat naturale, rischierebbe di morire affamato,poiché non ha più l'istinto di cacciare. Così pensavo che anche negli esseri umani accadessequalcosa di simile e per autodifesa tendono ad allontanare chi minaccia di azzerare quell'istinto."
Author: Gianluca Frangella
20. "Un rideau de flocons blancs ininterrompu miroitait sans cesse en descendant vers la terre; il effaçait les formes, poudrait les choses d'une mousse de glace; et l'on n'entendait plus, dans le grand silence de la ville calme et ensevelie sous l'hiver, que ce froissement vague, innommable et flottant de la neige qui tombe, plutôt sensation que bruit , entremêlement d'atomes légers qui semblaient emplir l'espace, couvrir le monde."
Author: Guy De Maupassant
21. "What struck me as I began to study history was how nationalist fervor--inculcated from childhood on by pledges of allegiance, national anthems, flags waving and rhetoric blowing--permeated the educational systems of all countries, including our own. I wonder now how the foreign policies of the United States would look if we wiped out the national boundaries of the world, at least in our minds, and thought of all children everywhere as our own. Then we could never drop an atomic bomb on Hiroshima, or napalm on Vietnam, or wage war anywhere, because wars, especially in our time, are always wars against children, indeed our children."
Author: Howard Zinn
22. "Es imposible escribir la verdadera historia de la vida de una persona. Supera el poder de la literatura. El relato completo de cualquier vida sería absolutamente aburrido además de absolutamente increíble."
Author: Isaac Bashevis Singer
23. "So we got there at 6 a.m. We'd be shooting by 6:45. We wouldn't break for lunch, we'd just pass food around all day. And we would just rock and roll 'til 4, then Matty Libatique, our great cinematographer, would say, 'Outta light, guys' - and that was it."
Author: Joel Schumacher
24. "I met with amnesiacs and savants, educators and scientists, to try to understand what memory is, why it works, why it sometimes doesn't, and what its potential might be."
Author: Joshua Foer
25. "The perspectives are so labyrinthine that several possibilities must be kept open. If there is a Creator, what is he? And if there isn't a Creator, what is this world?"
Author: Jostein Gaarder
26. "Ma nel bene o nel male, avevo legato il mio destino a quello dei terrestri.I terrestri.Violenti ma amanti della pace.Pieni di passione ma cerebrali.Pieni di umanità ma crudeli.Impulsivi ma calcolatori.I terrestri. Complessivamente, una specie contraddittoria e molto imperfetta.Eppure… eppure in qualche modo sapevo che erano proprio loro la speranza per tutta la galassia. [Animorph #52: Il sacrificio]"
Author: K.A. Applegate
27. "I was done with men. Totally and completely. I was looking forward to a life as a cat lady. I was going to get a dozen cats and a fucking great vibrator, maybe one of those rabbits I heard about, and that was it."
Author: Kristen Ashley
28. "To me the notion that Palestinians are actually Jews is, I think, quite revelatory and very radical and a possible bridge that has been ignored, I think, in this entire controversy and there's ample evidence to support it."
Author: Lawrence Wright
29. "For since the fabric of the universe is most perfect and the work of a most wise Creator, nothing at all takes place in the universe in which some rule of maximum or minimum does not appear."
Author: Leonhard Euler
30. "I kept scrabbling around in myself for this new indescribable emotion, like stirring a crowded silverware drawer for the potato peeler, but no matter how I rattled around, no matter what I moved out of the way, it wasn't there. The potato peeler is always in the drawer after all. It's under the spatula, it's slipped into the fold of the food-processor guarantee -"
Author: Lionel Shriver
31. "Don't be a spectator, don't let life pass you by."
Author: Lou Holtz
32. "Today you can buy the Dialogues of Plato for less than you would spend on a fifth of whiskey, or Gibbon's Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire for the price of a cheap shirt. You can buy a fair beginning of an education in any bookstore with a good stock of paperback books for less than you would spend on a week's supply of gasoline."
Author: Louis L'Amour
33. "Il vento trascina lontano tutto ciò che credevo di volere. Sono un disgraziato a spasso nella vita."
Author: Margaret Mazzantini
34. "Satan had been making admiring remarks about certain of the Creator's sparkling industries -- remarks which, being read between the lines, were sarcasms."
Author: Mark Twain
35. "No one is adequate to comprehending the misery of my lot! Fate obliges me to be constantly in movement: I am not permitted to pass more than a fortnight in the same place. I have no Friend in the world, and from the restlessness of my destiny I never can acquire one. Fain would I lay down my miserable life, for I envy those who enjoy the quiet of the Grave: But Death eludes me, and flies from my embrace. In vain do I throw myself in the way of danger. I plunge into the Ocean; The Waves throw me back with abhorrence upon the shore: I rush into fire; The flames recoil at my approach: I oppose myself to the fury of Banditti; Their swords become blunted, and break against my breast: The hungry Tiger shudders at my approach, and the Alligator flies from a Monster more horrible than itself. God has set his seal upon me, and all his Creatures respect this fatal mark!"
Author: Matthew Gregory Lewis
36. "And try to remember what we discussed, Susannah. A mediator is someone who helps others resolve conflicts. Not someone who, er, kicks them in the face."
Author: Meg Cabot
37. "Apart from Christ, there can only be a "fleeting knowledge of God" that quickly turns to the vinegar of idolatry and superstition, however much unbelievers (Calvin refers to Moslems here) "proclaim at the top of their lungs that the Creator of heaven and earth is God."46"
Author: Michael S. Horton
38. "After that cancellation [of the Superconducting Super Collider in Texas, after $2 billion had been spent on it], we physicists learned that we have to sing for our supper. ... The Cold War is over. You can't simply say "Russia!" to Congress, and they whip out their checkbook and say, "How much?" We have to tell the people why this atom-smasher is going to benefit their lives."
Author: Michio Kaku
39. "The only reason people want to be masters of the future is to change the past. They are fighting for access to the laboratories where photographs are retouched and biographies and histories rewritten."
Author: Milan Kundera
40. "Passion, though a bad regulator, is a powerful spring."
Author: Ralph Waldo Emerson
41. "I had a nickname in junior high, and I'm loathe to say this: 'potato lady.'"
Author: Rashida Jones
42. "I hope it is not necessary for me to stress the platonic nature of our relationship- not platonic in the purest sense, there was no philosophical discourse, but we certainly didn't fuck, which is usually what people mean by platonic; which I bet would really piss Plato off, that for all his thinking and chatting his name has become an adjective for describing sexless trysts."
Author: Russell Brand
43. "Cada amanecer era una declaración de intenciones que anunciaban la inevitable progresión del tiempo, y un recordatorio de que el mundo continuaría girando eternamente sobre sus pasos galácticos, haciendo caso omiso de los sueños de los seres que se consideraban importantes..."
Author: S.D. Perry
44. "Life is like an escalator. You see, it carries you on regardless. And you might as well enjoy the view and seize every opportunity while you're passing. Otherwise, it'll be too late."
Author: Sophie Kinsella
45. "Nick and the CandlestickI am a miner. The light burns blue. Waxy stalactitesDrip and thicken, tearsThe earthen wombExudes from its dead boredom. Black bat airsWrap me, raggy shawls, Cold homicides.They weld to me like plums.Old cave of calcium Icicles, old echoer.Even the newts are white,Those holy Joes.And the fish, the fish ----Christ! they are panes of ice,A vice of knives, A piranha Religion, drinkingIts first communion out of my live toes. The candleGulps and recovers its small altitude,Its yellows hearten.O love, how did you get here? O embryoRemembering, even in sleep, Your crossed position. The blood blooms cleanIn you, ruby. The painYou wake to is not yours.Love, love,I have hung our cave with roses, With soft rugs ----The last of Victoriana. Let the starsPlummet to their dark address,Let the mercuric Atoms that cripple drip Into the terrible well,You are the oneSolid the spaces lean on, envious. You are the baby in the barn."
Author: Sylvia Plath
46. "No army has ever marched into battle thinking that the Creator had sided with their enemy."
Author: Terry Goodkind
47. "Under normal conditions the research scientist is not an innovator but a solver of puzzles, and the puzzles upon which he concentrates are just those which he believes can be both stated and solved within the existing scientific tradition."
Author: Thomas Kuhn
48. "Czlowiek jest panem przeciwienstw, dzieki niemu istnieja, a wiec jest od nich dostojniejszy. Dostojniejszy od smierci, zbyt dostojny dla niej, bo glowa jego jest wolna. Dostojniejszy od zycia, zbyt dostojny dla niego, bo serce jego jest pobozne.[...] Nie dam smierci panowac nad mymi myslami! Bo na tym polega dobroc i milosc ludzka, na niczym innym. Smierc jest wielka potega. Odkrywamy przed nia glowe i zblizamy sie do niej na palcach.[...] Rozum niemadrze wyglada wobec smierci, bo jest jedynie cnota, smierc natomiast jest wolnoscia, ucieczka, bezksztaltem i rozkosza.[...] rozkosza, a nie miloscia. Smierc i milosc: nie rymuja sie ze soba, bylby to niesmaczny i falszywy rym! Milosc przeciwstawia sie smierci, ona jedna, nie rozum; i jest mocniejsza od smierci. Ona jedna, nie rozum, budzi dobre mysli.[...]Czlowiek w imie dobroci i milosci nie powinien dac smierci panowac nad swoimi myslami. I z tym sie budze..."
Author: Thomas Mann
49. "...he plundered the living treasure of those shelves. There was Burton's marvelous Anatomy, his staggering erudition never smelling of the dust or of the lamp...There was the dark tremendous music of Sir Thomas Browne, and Hooker's sounding and tremendous passion made great by genius and made true by faith."
Author: Thomas Wolfe
50. "When liberty exceeds intelligence, it begets chaos, which begets dictatorship."
Author: Will Durant
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