John D. Barrow Quotes

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John D. Barrow Famous Quotes & Sayings

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John D. Barrow quotes: When we try to observe things that are very small, the act of observation itself will significantly disturb the state we are seeking to measure. When we try to observe things that are very small, the act of observation itself will significantly disturb the state we are seeking to measure.
John D. Barrow quotes: Nothing is higher than heaven; nothing is beyond the walls of the world; nothing is lower than hell, or more glorious than virtue.48 Nothing is higher than heaven; nothing is beyond the walls of the world; nothing is lower than hell, or more glorious than virtue.48
John D. Barrow quotes: Any universe simple enough to be understood is too simple to produce a mind able to understand it-Barrow's Uncertainty Principle Any universe simple enough to be understood is too simple to produce a mind able to understand it
-Barrow's Uncertainty Principle
John D. Barrow quotes: We are just strings of quarks living in a suburb of the local density maximum of the universe. We are just strings of quarks living in a suburb of the local density maximum of the universe.
John D. Barrow quotes: Some things are as they are regardless of what they were. Some things are as they are regardless of what they were.
John D. Barrow quotes: There was no 'before' the beginning of our universe, because once upon a time there was no time. There was no 'before' the beginning of our universe, because once upon a time there was no time.
John D. Barrow quotes: Once upon a time there was no Time. Once upon a time there was no Time.
John D. Barrow quotes: We can predict the present without having to know everything about the past. We can predict the present without having to know everything about the past.
John D. Barrow quotes: Prior to then it was believed that black holes were just cosmic cookie monsters, swallowing everything that came within their gravitational clutches. Prior to then it was believed that black holes were just cosmic cookie monsters, swallowing everything that came within their gravitational clutches.
John D. Barrow quotes: We can never know the origins of the universe. The deepest secrets are the ones that keep themselves. We can never know the origins of the universe. The deepest secrets are the ones that keep themselves.