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Weinberg Steven Quotes By Steven Weinberg: The progress of science has been largely a The progress of science has been largely a matter of discovering what questions should be asked. — Steven Weinberg
Weinberg Steven Quotes By Steven Weinberg: If (the antiproton) had not been discovered, the If (the antiproton) had not been discovered, the foundations of physics really would have crumbled. — Steven Weinberg
Weinberg Steven Quotes By Steven Weinberg: The more we refine our understanding of God The more we refine our understanding of God to make the concept plausible, the more it seems pointless. — Steven Weinberg
Weinberg Steven Quotes By Steven Weinberg: I think one of the great historical contributions I think one of the great historical contributions of science is to weaken the hold of religion. That's a good thing. — Steven Weinberg
Weinberg Steven Quotes By Steven Weinberg: Intelligent design ideology being promoted today is not Intelligent design ideology being promoted today is not science - it is rather the abdication of science. — Steven Weinberg
Weinberg Steven Quotes By Steven Weinberg: This also serves as a warning, that science This also serves as a warning, that science may not yet be in its final form. — Steven Weinberg
Weinberg Steven Quotes By Steven Weinberg: This is one of the great social functions This is one of the great social functions of science - to free people from superstition — Steven Weinberg
Weinberg Steven Quotes By Steven Weinberg: Science and technology benefit each other, but at Science and technology benefit each other, but at its most fundamental level science is not undertaken for any practical reason. — Steven Weinberg
Weinberg Steven Quotes By Steven Weinberg: The universe is an enormous direct product of The universe is an enormous direct product of representations of symmetry groups. — Steven Weinberg
Weinberg Steven Quotes By Steven Weinberg: In complexity, it is only simplicity that can In complexity, it is only simplicity that can be interesting. — Steven Weinberg
Weinberg Steven Quotes By Steven Weinberg: Elementary particles are terribly boring, which is one Elementary particles are terribly boring, which is one reason why we're so interested in them. — Steven Weinberg
Weinberg Steven Quotes By Steven Weinberg: It is not only in medicine that persons It is not only in medicine that persons in authority will resist any investigation that might reduce their authority. — Steven Weinberg
Weinberg Steven Quotes By Steven Weinberg: As for me, I have just enough confidence As for me, I have just enough confidence about the multiverse to bet the lives of both Andrei Linde and Martin Rees's dog. — Steven Weinberg
Weinberg Steven Quotes By Steven Weinberg: I enjoy being at a meeting that doesn't I enjoy being at a meeting that doesn't start with an invocation! — Steven Weinberg
Weinberg Steven Quotes By Steven Weinberg: Journalists generally have no bias toward one cosmological Journalists generally have no bias toward one cosmological theory or another, but many have a natural preference for excitement. — Steven Weinberg
Weinberg Steven Quotes By Steven Weinberg: As is natural for an academic, when I As is natural for an academic, when I want to learn about something, I volunteer to teach a course on the subject. — Steven Weinberg
Weinberg Steven Quotes By Steven Weinberg: The more the universe seems comprehensible, the more The more the universe seems comprehensible, the more it also seems pointless — Steven Weinberg
Weinberg Steven Quotes By Steven Weinberg: Ethiopians have gods with snub noses and black Ethiopians have gods with snub noses and black hair, Thracians gods with gray eyes and red hair, — Steven Weinberg
Weinberg Steven Quotes By Steven Weinberg: Most scientists I know don't care enough about Most scientists I know don't care enough about religion even to call themselves atheists. — Steven Weinberg
Weinberg Steven Quotes By Steven Weinberg: My advice is to go for the messes My advice is to go for the messes - that's where the action is. — Steven Weinberg
Weinberg Steven Quotes By Steven Weinberg: Some for the Glories of the World, and Some for the Glories of the World, and some Sigh for the Prophet's Paradise to come; — Steven Weinberg
Weinberg Steven Quotes By Steven Weinberg: The more comprehensible the universe becomes the more The more comprehensible the universe becomes the more pointless it seems. — Steven Weinberg
Weinberg Steven Quotes By Steven Weinberg: Science doesn't make it impossible to believe in Science doesn't make it impossible to believe in God, it just makes it possible not to believe in God — Steven Weinberg
Weinberg Steven Quotes By Steven Weinberg: An expert is a person who avoids the An expert is a person who avoids the small errors while sweeping on to the grand fallacy. — Steven Weinberg
Weinberg Steven Quotes By Steven Weinberg: On balance the moral influence of religion has On balance the moral influence of religion has been awful. — Steven Weinberg
Weinberg Steven Quotes By Steven Weinberg: Our mistake is not that we take our Our mistake is not that we take our theories too seriously, but that we do not take them seriously enough. — Steven Weinberg
Weinberg Steven Quotes By Steven Weinberg: Our job in physics is to see things Our job in physics is to see things simply, to understand a great many complicated phenomena in a unified way, in terms of a few simple principles. — Steven Weinberg
Weinberg Steven Quotes By Steven Weinberg: Nothing about the practice of modern science is Nothing about the practice of modern science is obvious to someone who has never seen it done. — Steven Weinberg
Weinberg Steven Quotes By Steven Weinberg: Sometimes nature seems more beautiful than strictly necessary, Sometimes nature seems more beautiful than strictly necessary, — Steven Weinberg
Weinberg Steven Quotes By Steven Weinberg: Einstein occasionally used "God" as a metaphor for Einstein occasionally used "God" as a metaphor for the unknown fundamental laws of nature. — Steven Weinberg