Famous Quotes About Intelligence Albert Einstein
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Top Quotes About Intelligence Albert Einstein
1. "In the conditions of modern life the rule is absolute, the race which does not value trained intelligence is doomed."
Author: Alfred North Whitehead
2. "The White House is giving George W. Bush intelligence briefings. You know, some of these jokes just write themselves."
Author: David Letterman
3. "In reality a baby is a field of infinite potential expressing the highest intelligence in Nature."
Author: Deepak Chopra
4. "For if the modern mind is whimsical and discursive, the classical mind is narrow, unhesitating, relentless. It is not a quality of intelligence that one encounters frequently these days. But though I can digress with the best of them, I am nothing in my soul if not obsessive."
Author: Donna Tartt
5. "Once we see, however, that the probability of life originating at random is so utterly miniscule as to make it absurd, it becomes sensible to think that the favorable properties of physics on which life depends are in every respect deliberate ... . It is therefore almost inevitable that our own measure of intelligence must reflect ... higher intelligences ... even to the limit of God ... such a theory is so obvious that one wonders why it is not widely accepted as being self-evident. The reasons are psychological rather than scientific."
Author: Fred Hoyle
6. "I never think of myself as wise. I think of myself as possessing a critical intelligence which I intend to allow to operate."
Author: Harold Pinter
7. "True," he says. "But I'm able to supplement it with my wealth of British intelligence and charm." "Right," Hadley says. "Charm. When do I get to see some of that?" He twists his mouth up at the corners. "Didn't some guy help carry your suitcase earlier?" "Oh yeah," she says, tapping a finger against her chin. "That guy. He was great. I wonder where he went?"
Author: Jennifer E. Smith
8. "Simply stated, the need for accurate intelligence and prescient analysis from CIA has never been greater than it is in 2013 - or than it will be in the coming years."
Author: John O. Brennan
9. "The world of the living contains enough marvels and mysteries..acting upon our emotions and intelligence in ways so inexplicable that it would almost justify the conception of life as an enchanted state. No, I am too firm in my consciousness of the marvellous to be ever fascinated by the mere supernatural..."
Author: Joseph Conrad
10. "One of the functions of intelligence is to take account of the dangers that come from trusting solely to the intelligence."
Author: Lewis Mumford
11. "Papa," she said easily, happily, walking across the park with him to the Albert Hall. "What is it like to be in love?""Oh, it's marvellous," he said. "Or terrible. Or both. The Romans saw it as a fit of madness that you wouldn't wish on anybody. But there's nothing you can do about it, that's the main thing."
Author: Louisa Young
12. "Escaping into a film is not like escaping into a book. Books force you to give something back to them, to exercise your intelligence and imagination, where as you can watch a film-and even enjoy it-in a state of mindless passivity."
Author: Paul Auster
13. "There's no one with intelligence in this town except that man over there playing with the children, the one riding the stick horse. He has keen, fiery insight and vast dignity like the night sky, but he conceals it in the madness of child's play."
14. "It doesn't matter that Bush scares the hell out of me. What matters is that he scares the hell out of a lot of very important people in Washington who can't speak out, in the military, in the intelligence community."
Author: Seymour Hersh
15. "One is to ensure that the war fighters and the intelligence analysts get the information that they need when they need it, in a format that's useful to them."
Author: Stephen Cambone
16. "If you could buckle your Bugs Bunny wristwatch to a ray of light, your watch would continue ticking but the hands wouldn't move. That's because at the speed of light there is no time. Time is relative to velocity. At high speeds, time is literally stretched. Since light is the ultimate in velocity, at light-speed time is stretched to its absolute and becomes static. Albert Einstein figured that one out."
Author: Tom Robbins
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