It was at this moment that I wrote my first important paper in theoretical physics. I was 32 years old, 5 years beyond the alleged age of senility for theorists.

By : Robert B. Laughlin 0 Likes          


He's a man of great common sense and good taste - meaning thereby a man without originality or moral courage.

By : George Bernard Shaw

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I am pleased that the President has signed an Executive Order this week requiring federal agencies to disclose information about prices and quality of healthcare services.

By : Timothy Murphy

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We have to keep our eye on inflation, but so far inflation remains reasonably in check on the global stage.

By : John W. Snow

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One moment cannot be the most important.

By : Fiona Shaw

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Feverishly we cleared away the remaining last scraps of rubbish on the floor of the passage before the doorway, until we had only the clean sealed doorway before us.

By : Howard Carter

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Some of the words and symbols and images from childhood will continually be part and parcel of my personality.

By : Dennis Potter

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It's my belief we developed language because of our deep inner need to complain.

By : Lily Tomlin

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The day of the wedding went like these things generally do, full of anxious moments interspersed with black comedy.

By : Janet Street-Porter

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Nowadays people's visual imagination is so much more sophisticated, so much more developed, particularly in young people, that now you can make an image which just slightly suggests something, they can make of it what they will.

By : Robert Doisneau

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We live in an age of universal investigation, and of exploration of the sources of all movements.

By : Alfred de Vigny

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There is no way that you can ever really repeat something. I have this great belief that the magic of the moment can never be recaptured.

By : Brian May

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But when, in the first setting out, he takes it for granted without proof, that distinctions found in the structure of all languages, have no foundation in nature

By : Thomas Reid

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