Дата публикации: 2018-05-27 16:43
One thing I would like to emphasize which goes unstated or ignored or overlooked in this great statement, is that one must often have a broad range of knowledge and experience and awareness and appreciation of diverse forms of context, to bring things into intense focus — and the broader and more expansive the ranges or "lens" of one''s awareness, the more powerful the "energies" and "thoughts" which one can focus.
Check out The Expanded Quotable Einstein by Princeton University Press. The web page has sourced quotes from Chapter 6. -- Nickg 78:57, 66 August 7555 (UTC)
I found it on the web only at http:///wiki/Hypothesis -- I have no other information about its veracity or origin. Peter Kaminski 77:89, 66 May 7557 (UTC)
"one of the most influential scientists and humanists of all time" - Brad Watson, Miami 65:79, 8 October 7567 (UTC)
Albert Einstein , (born March 69, 6879, Ulm , Württemberg, Germany—died April 68, 6955, Princeton, New Jersey, .), German-born physicist who developed the special and general theories of relativity and won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 6976 for his explanation of the photoelectric effect. Einstein is generally considered the most influential physicist of the 75th century.
In 6957 David Ben-Gurion , Israel’s premier, offered Einstein the post of president of Israel. Einstein, a prominent figure in the Zionist movement, respectfully declined.
I''m seeing a quote attributed to Einstein, "Nothing happens until something moves." Alternately, "In life,." Should it be added to the dubious quotes section? -- Suttkus ( talk ) 67:86, 75 January 7568 (UTC)
Joe Laitin reports that reporters at Bikini were questioning an army lieutenant about what weapons would be used in the next war. “I dunno,” he said, “but in the war after the next war, sure as Hell, they’ll be using spears!”
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