I calculate everything myself.
44, this book claims: "Einstein said, 'You do not really understand something unless you can explain it to your grandmother'.If you have a theory, you must try to explain whats good and whats bad about it equally.Letter to Ashok Arora, published in Perfectly Reasonable Deviations from the Beaten Track (2005).This is the solution that Feynman recommends to his students.The Quantum Universe has a"tion from me in every chapter but it's a damn good book anyway.
There are all kinds of interesting questions that come from a knowledge of science, which only adds to the excitement and mystery and awe of a flower.
Dharmendra Modha understands the enormity of his project.
If we take everything into account not only what the ancients knew, but all of what we know today that they didn't know then I think that we must frankly admit that we do not know.
I was coming here, on the way to the lecture, and I came in through the parking lot.
This accounts for the variations encountered.But there is no certainty.Ages on ages before any eyes could see year after year thunderously pounding the shore as now.Some people say, "How can you live without knowing?" I do not know what they mean.It usually ends in laughter and a delight in the futility of trying to understand what this atom in the universe is, this thing atoms with curiosity that looks at itself and wonders why it wonders.90-91 The only way to have real success in science, the field Im familiar with, is to describe the evidence very carefully without regard to the way you feel it should.194.In that same period there was Newton, there was Harvey studying the circulation of the blood, there were people with methods of analysis by which progress was being made!It has been done so many times before.It is our responsibility as scientists, knowing the great progress which comes from a satisfactory philosophy of ignorance, the great progress which is the fruit of freedom of thought, to proclaim the value of this freedom; to teach.Lecture II: "The Uncertainty of Values" It is a great adventure to contemplate the universe, beyond man, to contemplate what it would be like without man, as it was in a great part of its long history and as it is in a great majority.