Quotes — Summer 2010 Issue


Many of the ideas we cherish as novel have origins that predate us by embarrassingly long times.

Rudolf Raff


Taken as a story of human achievement and human blindness, the discoveries in the sciences are among the great epics, and they should be available in our tradition.

J. Robert Oppenheimer


The history of science is science itself; the history of an individual, the individual.

Göethe

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