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Isaac Asimov Quote: “That’s the harm of Close Encounters: that it convinces tens of millions that that’s what just science fiction is.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “I consider violence an uneconomical way of attaining an end. There are always better substitutes, though they may sometimes be a little less direct.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “If a conclusion is not poetically balanced, it cannot be scientifically true.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “Was there anything more exciting in life than seeking answers?”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “The downtrodden are more religious than the satisfied.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “A fire eater must eat fire even if he has to kindle it himself. And you, Lee, have got to worry even if you must kill yourself to invent something to worry about.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “When I read about the way in which library funds are being cut and cut, I can only think that American society has found one more way to destroy itself.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “Arthur Clarke says that I am first in science and second in science fiction in accordance with an agreement we have made. I say he is first in science fiction and second in science.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “I don’t believe in personal immortality; the only way I expect to have some version of such a thing is through my books.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “They absorb carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide and give out oxygen. What could be more desirable? And they look good in the bargain. Stop chopping down the rain forests and plant more saplings, and we’re on our way.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “It is always useful, you see, to subject the past life of reform politicians to rather inquisitive research.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “One might accept death reasoningly, with every aspect of the conscious mind, but the body was a brute beast that knew nothing of reason.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “To introduce something altogether new would mean to begin all over, to become ignorant again, and to run the old, old risk of failing to learn.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “When, however, the lay public rallies round an idea that is denounced by distinguished but elderly scientists and supports that idea with great fervor and emotion – the distinguished but elderly scientists are then, after all, probably right.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “In my life there have been several individuals whose presence made it easier for me to think, pleasanter to make my responses.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “There is no one so insufferable as a person who gives no other excuse for a peculiar action than saying he had been directed to it in a dream.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “It is precisely because it is fashionable for Americans to know no science, even though they may be well educated otherwise, that they so easily fall prey to nonsense.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “He had read much, if one considers his long life; but his contemplation was much more than his reading. He was wont to say that if he had read as much as other men he should have known no more than other men.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “If there is a category of human being for whom his work ought to speak for itself, it is the writer.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “The colonization of space is the only possible salvation of Earth.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “How harmful overspecialization is. It cuts knowledge at a million points and leaves it bleeding.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “There is no pleasure like the absence of pain – immediately after pain.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “I do. It’s a mass psychosis, an unprintable mob panic. Ga-LAX-y, Randu, what do you expect? Here you have a whole culture brought up to a blind, blubbering belief that a folk hero of the past has everything all planned out and is taking care of every little piece of their unprintable lives. The thought-pattern evoked has religious characteristics, and you know what that means.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “Actions such as his could come only from a robot, or from a very honorable and decent human being. But you see, you can’t differentiate between a robot and the very best of humans.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “Every period of human development has had its own particular type of human conflict – its own variety of problem that, apparently, could be settled only by force. And each time, frustratingly enough, force never really settled the problem. Instead, it persisted through a series of conflicts, then vanished of itself – what’s the expression – ah, yes, ‘not with a bang, but a whimper,’ as the economic and social environment changed. And then, new problems, and a new series of wars.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “With the destruction of our social fabric, science will be broken into a million pieces. Individuals will know much of exceedingly tiny facets of what there is to know.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “Scientific method, hell! No wonder the Galaxy was going to pot.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “Consider the question suitably modified.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “For what could any Entity, conscious of eternal existence, want – but an end?”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “After all, all devices have their dangers. The discovery of speech introduced communication – and lies. The discovery of fire introduced cooking – and arson. The discovery of the compass improved navigation – and destroyed civilizations in Mexico and Peru. The automobile is marvelously useful – and kills Americans by the tens of thousands each year. Medical advances have saved lives by the millions – and intensified the population explosion.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “Space, man, have you no respect for science?”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “Logical but not reasonable. Wasn’t that the definition of a robot?”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “I believe that scientific knowledge has fractal properties, that no matter how much we learn, whatever is left, however small it may seem, is just as infinitely complex as the whole was to start with. That, I think, is the secret of the Universe.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “So it is only the combination of strong Emperor and strong general that can harm the Foundation; for a strong Emperor cannot be dethroned easily, and a strong general is forced to turn outwards, past the frontiers.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “It’s always easy to explain the unknown by postulating a superhuman and arbitrary will.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “That was the trouble with the Outside. One teetered forever between unpleasant alternatives.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “Rules, established with reason and justice, can easily outlive their usefulness as circumstances change, yet can remain in force through inertia. It is then not only right, but useful, to break those rules as a way of advertising the fact that they have become useless – or even actually harmful.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “And after the Fall will come inevitable barbarism.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “A wall is happy when it is well designed, when it rests firmly on its foundation, when its symmetry balances its part and produces no unpleasant stresses. Good design can be worked out on the mathematical principles of mechanics.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “The mistiness of distance hides the truth.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “Work of each individual contributes to a totality and so becomes undying part of a totality. That totality is human life. Past and present and to come forms a tapestry that has been in existence now for many tens and thousands of years. And has been growing more elaborate, and on the whole more beautiful.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “Baley said, sharply, “Nevertheless bound by friendship. Do not, for your own sake, test the force of our – ” Now it was he who paused and, as though to his own surprise, completed the sentence impossibly, “ – love.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “The basic trouble, you see, is that people think that ‘right’ and ‘wrong’ are absolute; that everything that isn’t perfectly and completely right is totally and equally wrong.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “The troubles of modern life come from being divorced from nature.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “He who is needed must learn to endure flattery.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “A man without weaknesses serves only to make everyone else conscious of his own imperfections.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “Without the interplay of human against human, the chief interest in life is gone; most of the intellectual values are gone; most of the reason for living is gone.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “It is the invariable lesson to humanity that distance in time, and in space as well, lends focus.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “Life is a successive symphony of losses.”
Isaac Asimov Quote: “Schiller. A German dramatist of three centuries ago. In a play about Joan of Arc, he said, ‘Against stupidity, the gods themselves contend in vain.’ I’m no god and I’ll contend no longer.”
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