Our reason may prove what it will: our reason is only a feeble ray that has issued from Nature.

By : Maurice Maeterlinck 0 Likes          


In the last fifty years science has advanced more than in the 2,000 previous years and given mankind greater powers over the forces of nature than the ancients ascribed to their gods.

By : John Boyd Orr

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Nature is under control but not disturbed.

By : Beatrix, Queen of the Netherlands

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All human language draws its nature and value from the fact that it both comes from the Word of God and is chosen by God to manifest himself. But this relationship is secret and incomprehensible, beyond the bounds of reason and analysis.

By : Jacques Ellul

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The human element should be the two players on the court, not the officials. The best officials are the ones you never notice. The nature of the game made officials too noticeable a part.

By : Gene Scott

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Nature gives us all, including Prof. Lorentz, surprises. It was very quickly found that there are many exceptions to the rule of splitting of the lines only into triplets.

By : Pieter Zeeman

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Dear God! how beauty varies in nature and art. In a woman the flesh must be like marble

By : Victor Hugo

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Look into the nature of things. Search out the grounds of your opinions, the for and against.

By : Francis Wright

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Love is a chain of love as nature is a chain of life.

By : Truman Capote

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American Dad' is, by its nature, much more political.

By : Seth MacFarlane

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The thing is helicopters are different from airplanes An airplane by it's nature wants to fly, and if not interfered with too strongly by unusual events or incompetent piloting, it will fly.

By : Harry Reasoner

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Vanity is a vital aid to nature: completely and absolutely necessary to life. It is one of nature's ways to bind you to the earth.

By : Elizabeth Smart

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It wounds a man less to confess that he has failed in any pursuit through idleness, neglect, the love of pleasure, etc., etc., which are his own faults, than through incapacity and unfitness, which are the faults of his nature.

By : Lord Melbourne

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