James Jeans

James Jeans

The universe begins to look more like a great thought than a great machine.More James Jeans quotes [08/08/2011 04:08:48]
Humanity is at the very beginning of its existence-a new-born babe, with all the unexplored potentialities of babyhood; and until the last few moments its interest has been centred, absolutely and exclusively, on its cradle and feeding bottle.More James Jeans quotes [03/29/2018 05:03:36]
To travel hopefully is better than to arrive.More James Jeans quotes [08/08/2011 04:08:54]
Sciences usually advances by a succession of small steps, through a fog in which even the most keen-sighted explorer can seldom see more than a few paces ahead. Occasionally the fog lifts, an eminence is gained, and a wider stretch of territory can be surveyed-sometimes with startling results. A whole science may then seem to undergo a kaleidoscopic rearrangement, fragments of knowledge sometimes being found to fit together in a hitherto unsuspected manner. Sometimes the shock of readjustment may spread to other sciencMore James Jeans quotes [03/29/2018 05:03:36]
In real science a hypothesis can never be proved true...A science which confines itself to correlating phenomena can never learn anything about the reality underlying the phenomena, while a science which goes further than this and introduces hypotheses about reality, can never acquire certain knowledge of a positive kind about reality; in whatever way we proceed, this is forever denied us.More James Jeans quotes [03/29/2018 05:03:36]

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