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The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existence. One cannot help but be in awe when he contemplates the mysteries of eternity, of life, of the marvelous structure of reality. It is enough if one tries merely to comprehend a little of this mystery each day. —"Old Man's Advice to Youth: 'Never Lose a Holy Curiosity.'" LIFE Magazine (2 May 1955) p. 64
Albert Einstein
Few people are capable of expressing with equanimity opinions which differ from the prejudices of their social enviroment. Most people are incapable of forming such opinions." (Essay to Leo Baeck, 1953)
Albert Einstein
Student is not a container you have to fill but a torch you have to light up.
Albert Einstein (Ideas and Opinions)
Einstein was once asked how many feet are in a mile. Einstein's reply was "I don't know, why should I fill my brain with facts I can find in two minutes in any standard reference book?
Albert Einstein
I always love to quote Albert Einstein because nobody dares contradict him.
Studs Terkel
When the poet Paul Valery once asked Albert Einstein if he kept a notebook to record his ideas, Einstein looked at him with mild but genuine surprise. "Oh, that's not necessary," he replied . "It's so seldom I have one.
Bill Bryson (A Short History of Nearly Everything)
On the occasion of Mahatma Gandhi's 70th birthday. "Generations to come, it may well be, will scarce believe that such a man as this one ever in flesh and blood walked upon this Earth.
Albert Einstein
There is nothing known as "Perfect". Its only those imperfections which we choose not to see!!
Albert Einstein
The most important question a person can ask is, "Is the Universe a friendly place?
Albert Einstein
Ego=1/Knowledge " More the knowledge lesser the ego, lesser the knowledge more the ego.
Albert Einstein
I am a deeply religious nonbeliever. This is a somewhat new kind of religion.
Albert Einstein
No matter how old you are now. You are never too young or too old for success or going after what you want. Here’s a short list of people who accomplished great things at different ages 1) Helen Keller, at the age of 19 months, became deaf and blind. But that didn’t stop her. She was the first deaf and blind person to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree. 2) Mozart was already competent on keyboard and violin; he composed from the age of 5. 3) Shirley Temple was 6 when she became a movie star on “Bright Eyes.” 4) Anne Frank was 12 when she wrote the diary of Anne Frank. 5) Magnus Carlsen became a chess Grandmaster at the age of 13. 6) Nadia Comăneci was a gymnast from Romania that scored seven perfect 10.0 and won three gold medals at the Olympics at age 14. 7) Tenzin Gyatso was formally recognized as the 14th Dalai Lama in November 1950, at the age of 15. 8) Pele, a soccer superstar, was 17 years old when he won the world cup in 1958 with Brazil. 9) Elvis was a superstar by age 19. 10) John Lennon was 20 years and Paul Mcartney was 18 when the Beatles had their first concert in 1961. 11) Jesse Owens was 22 when he won 4 gold medals in Berlin 1936. 12) Beethoven was a piano virtuoso by age 23 13) Issac Newton wrote Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica at age 24 14) Roger Bannister was 25 when he broke the 4 minute mile record 15) Albert Einstein was 26 when he wrote the theory of relativity 16) Lance E. Armstrong was 27 when he won the tour de France 17) Michelangelo created two of the greatest sculptures “David” and “Pieta” by age 28 18) Alexander the Great, by age 29, had created one of the largest empires of the ancient world 19) J.K. Rowling was 30 years old when she finished the first manuscript of Harry Potter 20) Amelia Earhart was 31 years old when she became the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean 21) Oprah was 32 when she started her talk show, which has become the highest-rated program of its kind 22) Edmund Hillary was 33 when he became the first man to reach Mount Everest 23) Martin Luther King Jr. was 34 when he wrote the speech “I Have a Dream." 24) Marie Curie was 35 years old when she got nominated for a Nobel Prize in Physics 25) The Wright brothers, Orville (32) and Wilbur (36) invented and built the world's first successful airplane and making the first controlled, powered and sustained heavier-than-air human flight 26) Vincent Van Gogh was 37 when he died virtually unknown, yet his paintings today are worth millions. 27) Neil Armstrong was 38 when he became the first man to set foot on the moon. 28) Mark Twain was 40 when he wrote "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer", and 49 years old when he wrote "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" 29) Christopher Columbus was 41 when he discovered the Americas 30) Rosa Parks was 42 when she refused to obey the bus driver’s order to give up her seat to make room for a white passenger 31) John F. Kennedy was 43 years old when he became President of the United States 32) Henry Ford Was 45 when the Ford T came out. 33) Suzanne Collins was 46 when she wrote "The Hunger Games" 34) Charles Darwin was 50 years old when his book On the Origin of Species came out. 35) Leonardo Da Vinci was 51 years old when he painted the Mona Lisa. 36) Abraham Lincoln was 52 when he became president. 37) Ray Kroc Was 53 when he bought the McDonalds Franchise and took it to unprecedented levels. 38) Dr. Seuss was 54 when he wrote "The Cat in the Hat". 40) Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger III was 57 years old when he successfully ditched US Airways Flight 1549 in the Hudson River in 2009. All of the 155 passengers aboard the aircraft survived 41) Colonel Harland Sanders was 61 when he started the KFC Franchise 42) J.R.R Tolkien was 62 when the Lord of the Ring books came out 43) Ronald Reagan was 69 when he became President of the US 44) Jack Lalane at age 70 handcuffed, shackled, towed 70 rowboats 45) Nelson Mandela was 76 when he became President
Strange is our situation here on Earth. Each of us comes for a short visit, not knowing why, yet sometimes seeming to divine a purpose. From the standpoint of daily life, however, there is one thing we do know: that man is here for the sake of other men - above all for those upon whose smiles and well-being our own happiness depends.
Albert Einstein
Intelligent life on other planets? I'm not even sure there is on earth!
Albert Einstein
In the view of such harmony in the cosmos which I, with my limited human mind, am able to recognize, there are yet people who says there is no God. But what makes me really angry is that they quote me for support of such views. (The Expanded Quotable Einstein, Princeton University, page 214)
Albert Einstein
I am proud of the fact that I never invented weapons to kill.
Thomas A. Edison (Complete Quotes of: Thomas Edison, Albert Einstein, Ben Franklin and the Wright Brothers)
I am thankful for all of those who said NO to me. It's because of them I'm doing it myself.
Albert Einstein
The fanatical atheists are like slaves who are still feeling the weight of their chains which they have thrown off after hard struggle. They are creatures who—in their grudge against traditional religion as the "opium of the masses"—cannot hear the music of the spheres.
Albert Einstein
Well, for that matter, I was also a good friend of Leonardo da Vinci, Botticelli, Francis Bacon, Albert Einstein, and John, Paul, George, and Ringo." He pauses, seeing the blank look on my face and groaning when he says, "Christ, Ever, the Beatles!" He shakes his head and laughs. "God, you make me feel old.
Alyson Noel (Evermore (The Immortals, #1))
One should not pursue goals that are easily achieved. One must develop an instinct for what one can just barely achieve through one’s greatest efforts.
Albert Einstein
If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough." - Albert Einstein
Cate Shepherd
In case you haven't noticed, as the result of a shamelessly rigged election in Florida, in which thousands of African Americans were arbitrarily disenfranchised, we now present ourselves to the rest of the world as proud, grinning, jut-jawed, pitiless war-lovers with appalling powerful weaponry - who stand unopposed. In case you haven't noticed, we are now as feared and hated all over the world as the Nazi's once were. And with good reason. In case you haven't noticed, our unelected leaders have dehumanized millions and millions of human beings simply because of their religion and race. We wound 'em and kill 'em and torture 'em and imprison 'em all we want. Piece of cake. In case you haven't noticed, we also dehumanize our own soldiers, not because of their religion or race, but because of their low social class. Send 'em anywhere. Make 'em do anything. Piece of cake. The O'Reilly Factor. So I am a man without a country, except for the librarians and a Chicago paper called "In These Times." Before we attacked Iraq, the majestic "New York Times" guaranteed there were weapons of destruction there. Albert Einstein and Mark Twain gave up on the human race at the end of their lives, even though Twain hadn't even seen the First World War. War is now a form of TV entertainment, and what made the First World War so particularly entertaining were two American inventions, barbed wire and the machine gun. Shrapnel was invented by an Englishman of the same name. Don't you wish you could have something named after you? Like my distinct betters Einstein and Twain, I now give up on people too. I am a veteran of the Second World War and I have to say this is the not the first time I surrendered to a pitiless war machine. My last words? "Life is no way to treat an animal, not even a mouse." Napalm came from Harvard. Veritas! Our president is a Christian? So was Adolf Hitler. What can be said to our young people, now that psychopathic personalities, which is to say persons without consciences, without senses of pity or shame, have taken all the money in the treasuries of our government and corporations and made it all their own?
Kurt Vonnegut Jr. (A Man Without a Country)
This is a question too difficult for a mathematician. It should be asked of a philosopher"(when asked about completing his income tax form)
Albert Einstein
Do you know what Albert Einstein's definition of insanity was?" "No." "Doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.
Christian Cantrell
Throughout his life, Albert Einstein would retain the intuition and the awe of a child. He never lost his sense of wonder at the magic of nature's phenomena-magnetic fields, gravity, inertia, acceleration, light beams-which grown-ups find so commonplace. He retained the ability to hold two thoughts in his mind simultaneously, to be puzzled when they conflicted, and to marvel when he could smell an underlying unity. "People like you and me never grow old," he wrote a friend later in life. "We never cease to stand like curious children before the great mystery into which we were born.
Walter Isaacson
Never regard study as a duty but as an enviable opportunity to learn to know the liberating influence of beauty in the realm of the spirit for your own personal joy and to the profit of the community to which your later works belong." ~Albert Einstein "Einstein is referring to ones 'legacy' and its intended future recipients as being willfully purposed to benefit them on their journey through this gift of life given to us by God
R. Alan Woods (The Journey Is the Destination: A Book of Quotes With Commentaries)
Why 100? If I were wrong, one would have been enough. [In response to the book "Hundred Authors Against Einstein"]
Albert Einstein
Some days you live in pajamas, and your hair kind-of has that Albert Einstein look.
A.D. Posey (Coffee Chatter)
The ideals which have lighted my way, and time after time have given me new courage to face life cheerfully, have been kindness, beauty, and truth." Albert Einstein (1879-1955)
Albert Einstein
A singing goat is like reading books, I love goats and dinosaurs."-Albert Einstein
Andrew Clements
No man or Genie on earth had "created" anything, we merely assembled God's Atoms, by learning it's properties, with his aid, so if anyone said that we had "invented" anything - he had Invented a lie; an unwise man.... thinks we have created an atom.
Albert Einstein
Sometimes one pays most for the things one gets for nothing.
Albert Einstein
Look to the stars and from them learn.
Albert Einstein
In the words of Albert Einstein: "Education is what remains after one has forgotten what one has learned in school.
Robert T. Kiyosaki (Why "a" Students Work for "c" Students and Why "b" Students Work for the Government: Rich Dad's Guide to Financial Education for Parents)
[The golden proportion] is a scale of proportions which makes the bad difficult [to produce] and the good easy.
Albert Einstein
Never give up on what you really want to do. The person with big dreams is more powerful than one with all the facts" ... Albert Einstein
Albert Einstein
You still aren't screaming." "Is that the usual reaction you get when people realize you're, um..." "Different? Yes, generally." Marcus stepped up beside him. "We also get shrieks, curses, pant wetting, bowels releasing"--Sarah grimaced--"religious recitations..." Her eyebrows rose. "Religious recitations?" "You know--Get thee back, you, ah..." He nudged Roland. "What was it that priest called us?" Roland rolled his eyes. "Which one?" "The one in London." "What century?" "Eighteenth." Sarah's mouth fell open. "The one with hair like Albert Einstein?" "Yes." "Spawns of Satan." "Right." Adopting a raspy elderly man's voice, Marcus shook his fist at Sarah and intoned dramatically, "Get thee back, ye spawns of Satan. Return thee to the bowels of hell where ye belong!" Lowering his fist, he proceeded in a normal voice."Then he hurled numerous biblical versus at our heads as we walked away...But screaming is by far the most common reaction, from both men and women.
Dianne Duvall (Darkness Dawns (Immortal Guardians, #1))
Albert Einstein was never clear if he believed in time travel, but had he raised a toddler, he certainly would have.
Michael R. French (Once Upon a Lie)
I am truly a 'lone traveler' and have never belonged to my country, my home, my friends, or even my immediate family, with my whole heart; in the face of all these ties, I have never lost a sense of distance and a need for solitude..." ~ Einstein
Albert Einstein
Not everything that can be counted counts and not everything that counts can be counted.
Albert Einstein (Complete Quotes of Albert Einstein)
Scientific research is based on the idea that everything that takes place is determined by laws of nature, and therefore this holds for the action of people. For this reason, a research scientist will hardly be inclined to believe that events could be influenced by a prayer, i.e. by a wish addressed to a Supernatural Being. - Albert Einstein, 1936, responding to a child who wrote and asked if scientists pray; quoted in: Albert Einstein: The Human Side, edited by Helen Dukas & Banesh Hoffmann
Albert Einstein
If you can't do respect for yours, you can't do for others".
Albert Einstein (The World As I See It)
four-fifths of the words attributed to me are things I never said, and would not agree with. If your words cannot stand on their own, adding my name won't make them less flimsy
Albert Einstein
I was barked at by numerous dogs who are earning their food guarding ignorance and superstition for the benefit of those who profit from it. Then there are the fanatical atheists whose intolerance is of the same kind as the intolerance of the religious fanatics and comes from the same source. They are like slaves who are still feeling the weight of their chains which they have thrown off after hard struggle. They are creatures who—in their grudge against the traditional "opium of the people"—cannot bear the music of the spheres. The Wonder of nature does not become smaller because one cannot measure it by the standards of human morals and human aims.
Albert Einstein
People who have fully prepared always save time. Albert Einstein was right to teach that if he is given six hours to chop down a tree, he would spend the first four sharpening the axes. When you are done with your action plans, work will be easier!
Israelmore Ayivor (The Great Hand Book of Quotes)
The true sign of intelligence is not knowledge but imagination - Albert Einstein (This has been my favorite quote for decades, as my mind wandered ever further from the realms of reality this quote continually gave me hope that maybe I am smart and not just a hopeless dreamer)
Thomas M. Cook
It should be possible to explain the laws of physics to a barmaid.
Albert Einstein
Sometimes transitional periods in life leave you feeling like a great big jumble of loose, split ends.
Brandi L. Bates (Soledad)
I am enough of an artist to draw freely upon my imagination. Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world. —Albert Einstein
Katherine Woodward Thomas (Calling In "The One": 7 Weeks To Attract The Love Of Your Life)
The tragedy of life is what dies inside a man while he lives."-Albert Einstein.
K.L. Burnham (Undying Vengeance)
Try not to be a man of success, but a man of value." - Albert Einstein
Kate Larkinson (Little Bird Lost: A Rhyming Picture Story)
In our national parlance, what's usually meant by the word "maverick" is someone who skirts the edge of sanity--or is so insane as to appear sane--who then does something absolutely insane and yet, after the passage of time, and especially if the maverick's creation yields a profit of any kind, is deemed less and less insane until the maverick worms his or her way into the fibers of history. Then generations grow to envy the ingenuity and courage of the maverick while glossing over the maverick's genetic kookiness. On such shoulders, a country rises.
Michael Paterniti (Driving Mr. Albert: A Trip Across America with Einstein's Brain)
Albert Einstein once said, "My passionate sense of social justice and social responsibility has always contrasted oddly with my pronounced lack of need for direct contact with other human beings and human communities". And "I love Humanity but I hate humans." The abstract concepts of social justice and humanity came easily, but the concrete experience of encountering another person was too hard.
Daniel Z. Lieberman (The Molecule of More: How a Single Chemical in Your Brain Drives Love, Sex, and Creativity—and Will Determine the Fate of the Human Race)
I never said that 'Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one.' It is fake news. Instead, one could say that 'The perception of reality not being real is an illusion, albeit a persistent one.' Reality is as real as it gets in this life time. Go out in nature and you will find that reality is the ultimate manifestation of Love. Reality is you and all of nature's kind. It is very real. It is true Love. Because all of nature is a manifestation of Love. And that includes You.
Albert Einstein
If I had to live my life again, I'd make the same mistakes, only sooner. -Tallulah Bankhead (1903-68) How much of human life is lost in waiting. -Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-82) Only a life lived for others is worth living. -Albert Einstein (1879-1955)
M. Prefontaine (The Big Book of Quotes: Funny, Inspirational and Motivational Quotes on Life, Love and Much Else (Quotes For Every Occasion 1))
Random quotes don't constitute an argument.
Albert Einstein
If you only do what you can do, you can never be more than what you are now.
Albert Einstein
Look deep, deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better. - Albert Einstein | Nature Quotes
Albert Einstein
If people only talked about what they understood, Earth would be a very quiet place.
Albert Einstein (Albert Einstein quotes (Inspirational quotes Book 10))
Only a life lived for others is a life worthwhile." -Albert Einstein
Barbara Post-Askin (Reflections of Liberty: Memoir by Barbara Post-Askin)
If you want to live a happy life, tie it to a goal, not to people or things.  Albert Einstein
Deena B. Chopra (Happiness 365: One-a-Day Inspirational Quotes for a Happy You)
I love to travel but hate to arrive.
Albert Einstein (100 Quotes by Albert Einstein)
It's not gay if you didn't know it was a boy.
Albert Einstein (100 Quotes by Albert Einstein)
As far as our propositions are certain, they do not say anything about reality, and as far as they do say anything about reality, they are not certain" Albert Einstein (as cited in Schumpeter, 1991)
Albert Einstein
L'interesse per l'uomo in se stesso e per il suo destino deve sempre costituire l'obiettivo primario di tutti gli sforzi compiuti in campo tecnologico [...] affinché le creazioni della nostra mente possano rappresentare un bene e non una maledizione per l'umanità. Non scordatevelo mai, mentre siete alle prese con diagrammi ed equazioni." (dal discorso tenuto nel 1931 agli studenti del California Institute of Technology)
Albert Einstein
It is quite clear to me that the religious paradise of my youth, which was thus lost, was a first attempt to free myself from the chains of the "merely personal," from an existence which is dominated by wishes, hopes, and primitive feelings. Out yonder there was this huge world, which exists independently of us human beings and which stands before us like a great eternal riddle, at least partially accessible to our inspection and thinking. The contemplation of this world beckoned like a liberation [...] The mental grasp of this extra-personal world within the frame of our given capacities presented itself, half consciously and half unconsciously, as the highest goal. The road to this paradise was not as comfortable and alluring as the road to the religious paradise; but it has shown itself reliable, and I have never regretted having chosen it.
Albert Einstein (Autobiographical Notes)
Why does this magnificent applied science which saves work and makes life easier bring us so little happiness? The simple answer runs: because we have not yet learned to make sensible use of it. In war it serves that we may poison and mutilate each other. In peace it has made our lives hurried and uncertain. Instead of freeing us in great measure from spiritually exhausting labor, it has made men into slaves of machinery, who for the most part complete their monotonous long day's work with disgust and must continually tremble for their poor rations. It is not enough that you should understand about applied science in order that your work may increase man's blessings. Concern for the man himself and his fate must always form the chief interest of all technical endeavours; [..] concern for the great unsolved problems of the organization of labor and the distribution of goods in order that the creations of our mind shall be a blessing and not a curse to mankind. Never forget this in the midst of your diagrams and equations. - From a speech to students at the California Institute of Technology, in "Einstein Sees Lack in Applying Science", The New York Times (16 February 1931)
Albert Einstein
El año pasado pregunté a un conocido diplomático norteamericano de la Sociedad de Naciones por qué no amenazaban al Japón con un embargo comercial si continuaba con su campaña de violencia."Nuestros intereses económicos son demasiado poderosos" fue la respuesta. ¿Cómo es posible ayudar a los hombres si son capaces de contentarse con este tipo de argumentos?
Albert Einstein (The World As I See It)
My dad said to me a few years ago: "There's no harm in thinking." We were talking about Crazy Uncle Albert and whether it was right to use your brain to build weapons. He said, "You can't expect people not to think. Not to know things just because they COULD be bad." I said, "Yeah, but then they built it and a hundred thousand people died." My dad laughed and said there were a lot of steps between the thinking and the doing. Which I know, duh. All I was saying is that when you think of doing something, you don't always know the consequences. For a while people THOUGHT about building the bomb, but nothing happened. In the end it was a lot of different people doing a lot of different things, most of which had nothing to do with the bomb, that did make it happen. I think about that sometimes. Who was the person who had the first thought, the one that started it all? And after they had the thought, what was the first thing they did? I know my uncle never thought, Hey, all this great science- one day I'll use it to kill a whole bunch of people. You just look at his picture; he's not that kind of person. And yet, I guess in a way he sort of is.
Mariah Fredericks (Head Games)
A man's ethical behavior should be based effectually on sympathy, education, and social ties and needs. No religious basis is necessary. Man would indeed be pitiful if he had to be restrained by fear of punishment and hope of reward after death." -Albert Einstein
Diana Mauer (German Wisdom)
Space-time is not necessarily something to which one can ascribe a separate existence, independently of the actual objects of physical reality. Physical objects are not in space, but these objects are spatially extended. In this way the concept "empty space" loses its meaning.
Albert Einstein
Hours before his death in 1955 from a ruptured abdominal aortic ayeurysm, Albert Einstein's doctors proposed trying a new and unproven surgery as a final option for extending his life. Einstein refused. "I have done my share," he said. "It is time to go. I will do it elegantly.
Albert Einstein
Albert Einstein is quoted as saying, “If I had an hour to solve a problem and my life depended on the solution, I would spend the first fifty-five minutes determining the proper question to ask, for once I know the proper question, I could solve the problem in less than five minutes.
Tina Seelig (inGenius: A Crash Course on Creativity)
The words of the language, as they are written or spoken, do not seem to play any role in my mechanism of thought. The psychical entities which seem to serve as elements in thought are certain signs and more or less clear images which can be "voluntarily" reproduced and combined....From a psychological viewpoint this combinatory play seems to be the essential feature in productive thought....The...elements are, in my case, of visual and some of muscular type. Conventional words or other signs have to be sought for laboriously only in a secondary stage, when the mentioned associative play is sufficiently established and can be reproduced at will.
Albert Einstein
Einstein, twenty-six years old, only three years away from crude privation, still a patent examiner, published in the Annalen der Physik in 1905 five papers on entirely different subjects. Three of them were among the greatest in the history of physics. One, very simple, gave the quantum explanation of the photoelectric effect—it was this work for which, sixteen years later, he was awarded the Nobel prize. Another dealt with the phenomenon of Brownian motion, the apparently erratic movement of tiny particles suspended in a liquid: Einstein showed that these movements satisfied a clear statistical law. This was like a conjuring trick, easy when explained: before it, decent scientists could still doubt the concrete existence of atoms and molecules: this paper was as near to a direct proof of their concreteness as a theoretician could give. The third paper was the special theory of relativity, which quietly amalgamated space, time, and matter into one fundamental unity. This last paper contains no references and quotes to authority. All of them are written in a style unlike any other theoretical physicist's. They contain very little mathematics. There is a good deal of verbal commentary. The conclusions, the bizarre conclusions, emerge as though with the greatest of ease: the reasoning is unbreakable. It looks as though he had reached the conclusions by pure thought, unaided, without listening to the opinions of others. To a surprisingly large extent, that is precisely what he had done.
C.P. Snow (Variety of Men)
In normal everyday usage, "I" embodies the primordial error, a misperception of who you are, an illusory sense of identity. This is the ego. The illusory sense of self is what Albert Einstein, who had deep insights not only into the reality of space an time, but also into human nature, referred to as "an optical illusion of consciousness.
Eckhart Tolle (A New Earth: Awakening to Your Life's Purpose)
A foot note in Scale, Geoffery West: The full quotation from Einstein is worth repeating because it emphasizes a central dictum of science: "Propositions arrived at by purely logical means are completely empty as regards reality. Because Galileo saw this, and particularly because he drummed this into the scientific world, he is the father of modern physics, indeed of modern science altogether." Taken from Einstein's "On the Methods of Theoretical Physics," Essays on modern Science (New York:Dover, 2009) 12-21
Albert Einstein
Time is what prevents everything from happening at once
Albert Einstein
Gustavo Solivellas dice: "Elige a personas mayores para que sean tus enemigos. Ellos mueren. Tú ganas" (Albert Einstein)
Albert Einstein (The Cosmic View of Albert Einstein: Writings on Art, Science, and Peace)
Εάν το Α είναι ισοδύναμο με την επιτυχία τότε στο τύπο: Α="Χ+Υ+Ζ" το Χ είναι η δουλειά, το Υ είναι η διασκέδαση και το Ζ κρατάει το στόμα σου κλειστό!
Albert Einstein
What Albert Einstein termed optical delusion, The Indians termed Maya or Illusion.
His ruby red rimmed moist eyes were two glasses of cranberry. He wore a cashmere sweater the color of Earl Grey tea...
Brandi L. Bates (Soledad)
If you want to live a happy life, don't tie it to people or things, tie it to a goal or a dream." ----- Albert Einstein
Dewey B. Reynolds
person who never made a mistake never tried anything new. – Albert Einstein
Improve Life Books (Inspirational Quotes : Pushing You Beyond Limits)
Sequel to Albert Einstein's quote "education is what remains after you have forgotten what you learned in school," beauty is what remains inside a body after it has wrinkled.
Olaotan Fawehinmi (If I Were A Girl, I Would Not...)
The world is a dangerous place to live; not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don't do anything about it." --Albert Einstein
Mark Tufo (Summer Of Zombie : 12 ebook box set)
a quote from Albert Einstein. “Energy cannot be created or destroyed, it can only be changed from one form to another.
Gerald J. Kubicki (A Dubious Device: The Nanobot Terror (Colton Banyon Mysteries, #10))
If you always do what you always what you always did, you will always get what you always got" - Albert Einstein
Michael Knapp
Only those who attempt the absurd can achieve the impossible." -Albert Einstein
Diana Mauer (German Wisdom)
Reading after a certain age, diverts the mind too much from its creative pursuits
Albert Einstein
The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and science." – Albert Einstein
Tasnim Essack (223 Amazing Science Facts, Tidbits and Quotes)
Albert Einstein agreed with Karl Marx. That's why Einstein was a socialist too.
Oliver Markus Malloy (Inside The Mind of an Introvert)
There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is.
Albert Einstein
She knew for a fact that being left-handed automatically made you special. Marie Curie, Albert Einstein, Linus Pauling, and Albert Schweitzer were all left-handed. Of course, no believable scientific theory could rest on such a small group of people. When Lindsay probed further, however, more proof emerged. Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, M.C. Escher, Mark Twain, Hans Christian Andersen, Lewis Carrol, H.G. Wells, Eudora Welty, and Jessamyn West- all lefties. The lack of women in her research had initially bothered her until she mentioned it to Allegra. "Chalk that up to male chauvinism," she said. "Lots of left-handed women were geniuses. Janis Joplin was. All it means is that the macho-man researchers didn't bother asking.
Jo-Ann Mapson (The Owl & Moon Cafe)
The owner of the means of production is in a position to purchase the labor power of the worker. By using the means of production, the worker produces new goods which become the property of the capitalist. The essential point about this process is the relation between what the worker produces and what he is paid, both measured in terms of real value. Insofar as the labor contract is "free," what the worker receives is determined not by the real value of the goods he produces, but by his minimum needs and by the capitalists' requirements for labor power in relation to the number of workers competing for jobs. It is important to understand that even in theory the payment of the worker is not determined by the value of his product.
Albert Einstein (Why Socialism?)
To quote Albert Einstein,' said Sherman, "You stink and so do your relatives." "Einstein never said that," argued Garfield. "Did too," Insisted Sherman. "It's in his theory of relativity.
Jim Kraft (Garfield & the Teacher Creature)
I cannot imagine a God who rewards and punishes the objects of his creation, whose purposes are modeled after our own -- a God, in short, who is but a reflection of human frailty. Neither can I believe that the individual survives the death of his body, although feeble souls harbor such thoughts through fear or ridiculous egotism. Albert Einstein, German-born American physicist
George Washington (Quotes on the Dangers of Religion)
La estructura del espacio no está determinada hasta que no sea conocida la función"g-nyu-v". También se puede decir que la estructura de un espacio tal está, por sí mismo, completamente indeterminada.
Albert Einstein (The World As I See It)
A human being is a spatially and temporally limited piece of the whole of what we call the "universe". He experiences himself and his feelings as separated from the rest, an optical illusion of his consciousness. The quest for liberation from this bondage [or delusion] is the sole object of real religion. Not nurturing the delusion but only overcoming it gives us the attainable measure of inner peace.
Albert Einstein
Don’t say you don’t have enough time. You have exactly the same number of hours per day that were given to Helen Keller, Pasteur, Michelangelo, Mother Teresa, Leonardo da Vinci, Thomas Jefferson, and Albert Einstein. –H. Jackson Brown
K.E. Kruse (365 Best Inspirational Quotes: Daily Motivation For Your Best Year Ever)
In gravitational fields there are no such thing as rigid bodies with Euclidean properties; thus the fictitious rigid body of reference is of no avail in the general theory of relativity. ... For this reason non-rigid reference-bodies are used, which are, as a whole, not only moving in any way whatsoever, but which also suffer alterations in form ad lib. during their motion... This non-rigid reference-body, ... might appropriately be termed a "reference mollusc,"...
Albert Einstein (Relativity: The Special and General Theory)
Il est sans intérêt à mon sens de discuter sur "our way of life" ou sur celle des Russes. Dans les deux cas, un ensemble de traditions et de coutumes ne constitue pas un ensemble très structuré. Il est beaucoup plus intelligent de s'interroger pour connaître les institutions et les traditions utiles ou nuisibles aux hommes, bénéfiques ou maléfiques pour leur destin. Il faut alors tenter d'utiliser ainsi le meilleur désormais reconnu, sans se préoccuper de savoir si on le réalise actuellement chez nous ou ailleurs.
Albert Einstein (The World As I See It)
A human being is a spatially and temporally limited piece of the whole of what we call the "universe". He experiences himself and his feelings as separated from the rest, an optical illusion of his consciousness. The quest for liberation from this bondage [or delusion] is the sole object of real religion. Not nurturing the illusion but only overcoming it gives us the attainable measure of inner peace.
Albert Einstein
* Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world. Albert Einstein ---------------------------> * Knowledge is the outcome of imagination, as a physical appearance that prevails. * The ideas that execute the imagination, which defines itself as a vigorous base of knowledge since that flies in the senses, showing knowledge as the heartbeat in heart; otherwise, it penetrates and sights nothing. Ehsan Sehgal
Ehsan Sehgal
There is an old debate," Erdos liked to say, "about whether you create mathematics or just discover it. In other words, are the truths already there, even if we don't yet know them?" Erdos had a clear answer to this question: Mathematical truths are there among the list of absolute truths, and we just rediscover them. Random graph theory, so elegant and simple, seemed to him to belong to the eternal truths. Yet today we know that random networks played little role in assembling our universe. Instead, nature resorted to a few fundamental laws, which will be revealed in the coming chapters. Erdos himself created mathematical truths and an alternative view of our world by developing random graph theory. Not privy to nature's laws in creating the brain and society, Erdos hazarded his best guess in assuming that God enjoys playing dice. His friend Albert Einstein, at Princeton, was convinced of the opposite: "God does not play dice with the universe.
Albert-László Barabási (Linked: How Everything Is Connected to Everything Else and What It Means for Business, Science, and Everyday Life)
Kuantum mekaniğinin akılları zorlayan ve Einstein'i bile çileden çıkararak "Tanrı zar atmaz." sözlerini sarfettiren efsanevi ana fikri işte budur.Einstein kuantum mekaniğine yıllarca inanmadı ve kuramı çürütecek birçok açık sorun bularak dostane bir şekilde Bohr'un önüne attı.Ancak Bohr bunlardan asla yılmadı ve büyük ustanın sorularının hepsine sabırla mantıklı çözümler buldu.Zar meselesi için ise sakince "Albert,lütfen Tanrı'ya zarlarıyla ne yapması gerektiğini söylemekten vazgeç!" dediği anlatılır.
Sezen Sekmen (Parçacık Fiziği En Küçüğü Keşfetme Macerası)
Albert Einstein trendedir. Bütün ceplerini ve çantalarını araştırmasına karşın biletini bulamaz. Bu arada kontrolör yaklaşır ve şöyle bir şeyler söyler: "Dr. Einstein, sizi herkes tanır. Princeton'un size başka bir tren bileti alacak parası olduğunu da biliyoruz." Einstein'in yanıtı da şöyle olur: "Benim endişem para değil. Bileti bulmak zorundayım, çünkü nereye gittiğimi unuttum." Tıpkı Einstein gibi, sizler de para için değil, nereye gittiğiniz için endişelenmelisiniz. Nereye gittiğinizi keşfederseniz, para da zaten gelir.
Guy Kawasaki (The Art of the Start: The Time-Tested, Battle-Hardened Guide for Anyone Starting Anything)
Take a moment, right now, and consider the enormity of activity going on inside of you – from the billions of cells to the even more billions of microscopic organisms. And in that same moment consider the enormity of activity in the oceans, the forests, the jungles, the earth below your feet, right now. And before you take your next breath, consider what might be going on in the outer regions of the universe. Finally, ask yourself, am I really in a position to discount possibilities beyond the limits of my conscious experience?
Charles F. Glassman (Brain Drain - The Breakthrough That Will Change Your Life)
The generalized theory of relativity has furnished still more remarkable results. This considers not only uniform but also accelerated motion. In particular, it is based on the impossibility of distinguishing an acceleration from the gravitation or other force which produces it. Three consequences of the theory may be mentioned of which two have been confirmed while the third is still on trial: (1) It gives a correct explanation of the residual motion of forty-three seconds of arc per century of the perihelion of Mercury. (2) It predicts the deviation which a ray of light from a star should experience on passing near a large gravitating body, the sun, namely, 1".7. On Newton's corpuscular theory this should be only half as great. As a result of the measurements of the photographs of the eclipse of 1921 the number found was much nearer to the prediction of Einstein, and was inversely proportional to the distance from the center of the sun, in further confirmation of the theory. (3) The theory predicts a displacement of the solar spectral lines, and it seems that this prediction is also verified.
Albert Abraham Michelson (Studies in Optics)
True genius is the one of the heart, not of intellect. Because intellect-less heart, though exploited a lot, still does good, whereas heartless intellect, with or without the awareness of it, ends up only exploiting others. But here's the thing, even true genius of intellect is not without its fare sense of responsibility towards the society. It's only the genius of halfbaked intellect that has absolutely no sense of service towards society - the only sense they have towards society, is that of domination or control. That is why one of the guardians of nuclear physics, Albert Einstein though initially encouraged the US government in a letter, to develop a nuclear weapon of their own against the Nazi nuclear program, ended up being an outspoken activist of nuclear-disarmament, and called his letter to Roosevelt "one great mistake of life". That is why the mother of radioactivity, Marie Curie never made a dime out of her discovery of radium, because to her, even amidst obscurity, science was service, unlike most so-called scientists of the modern world. That is why the man who literally electrified the world with his invention of alternating current, Nikola Tesla embraced happily other people stealing his inventions, and died a poor man in his apartment. You see, it's easy to make billions out of other people's pioneering work, the sign of true genius is an uncorrupted sense of service.
Abhijit Naskar (High Voltage Habib: Gospel of Undoctrination)
Let’s talk about mankind’s most adored emotion – Love. However, love itself is not a single emotion, rather a blend of many. It is such an enchanting sensation, that it has been inspiring artists, scientists, philosophers and thinkers for ages. Albert Einstein said, “any man who can drive safely while kissing a pretty girl is simply not giving the kiss the attention it deserves”. Geniuses around the world came up with various creations under the spell of love. Schrodinger’s Wave Equation, Hawking’s Hawking Radiation, Tagore’s songs, Rumi’s poems, are just a few among the plethora of scientific and philosophical literature created under the enigmatic and warm influence of love. So, technically it is totally worth being crazy in love.
Abhijit Naskar (What is Mind?)
A human being is part of the whole, called by us “Universe,” a part limited in time and space. He experiences himself, his thoughts and feelings, as something separated from the rest—a kind of optical delusion of his consciousness. This delusion is a kind of prison for us, restricting us to our personal desires and to affection for a few persons nearest to us. Our task must be to free ourselves from this prison by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature in its beauty. Nobody is able to achieve this completely, but the striving for such an achievement is in itself a part of the liberation and a foundation for inner security. —Albert Einstein, as quoted in the New York Times, March 29, 1972
Elizabeth Blackburn (The Telomere Effect: A Revolutionary Approach to Living Younger, Healthier, Longer)
And yes, many of us became fathers to fully understand what it means to be a father. Albert Einstein once said: "Every man is a genius but if you judge a fish by its ability to climb trees, it will spend the rest of its life believing that its stupid." To the men who never let other people’s metrics of success become the yardstick with which they measure theirs. It is no coincidence that we are diagrammatically represented by a circle with an arrow on the edge that points out. To all of us who may not always be "there" so that we can always "be there", To every hunter, every fighter, every missionary, To every planter and tiller of a garden of eden, To every warrior, conqueror of territories, every man always going out so he can bring something home. To every provider and protector of his family. Every defender of his domain and representative of God in the lives of his dependants. To every man that choose character over caliber, Every Major General, Lord of the Rings, Lion of the Tribe of his house. To every correcter with a shout, Every tough and tender 9-ribbed carrier of his cross. For every skill, strength, qualification and effort that we put into building meaningful relationships with our women, bonds with our children, and shield through tough times. For every ‘crave’ for success without substituting values. For the unconditional love, unflinching sacrifice, and diehard determination to go places our parents never imagined for themselves. To those who happily lead, as though money, fame and power didn’t exist. To those who stand tall and sit straight, Who understand that it doesn't take a 6-figure to be a Father figure. Happy Father's Day to every man who understands the responsibility and deserves the title. *Happy Father's Day to You and Me.*
Olaotan Fawehinmi (The Soldier Within)
Finally, the greatest scientist of the twentieth century, Albert Einstein (1879-1955) was a pantheist. Of course Einstein is best known for his theory of relativity, but he frequently pronounced on political and ethical questions. Einstein made it plain that he did not believe in any kind of personal humanlike God who would work miracles and answer prayers in defiance of the laws of nature, and reward and punish us in the afterlife. For Einstein God was the order and harmony and law of the universe itself, and science was in that sense a religious quest. "I have never imputed to Nature a purpose or goal, or anything that could be understood as anthropomorphic. What I see in Nature is a magnificent structure that we can comprehend only very imperfectly, and that must fill a thinking person with a feeling of humility. This is a genuinely religious feeling that has nothing to do with mysticism.
Paul Harrison (Elements of Pantheism; A Spirituality of Nature and the Universe)
I've read every letter that you've sent me these past two years. In return, I've sent you many form letters, with the hope of one day being able to give you the proper response you deserve. But the more letters you wrote to me, and the more of yourself you gave, the more daunting my task became. I'm sitting beneath a pear tree as I dictate this to you, overlooking the orchards of a friend's estate. I've spent the past few days here, recovering from some medical treatment that has left me physically and emotionally depleted. As I moped about this morning, feeling sorry for myself, it occurred to me, like a simple solution to an impossible problem: today is the day I've been waiting for. You asked me in your first letter if you could be my protege. I don't know about that, but I would be happy to have you join me in Cambridge for a few days. I could introduce you to my colleagues, treat you to the best curry outside India, and show you just how boring the life of an astrophysicist can be. You can have a bright future in the sciences, Oskar. I would be happy to do anything possible to facilitate such a path. It's wonderful to think what would happen if you put your imagination toward scientific ends. But Oskar, intelligent people write to me all the time. In your fifth letter you asked, "What if I never stop inventing?" That question has stuck with me. I wish I were a poet. I've never confessed that to anyone, and I'm confessing it to you, because you've given me reason to feel that I can trust you. I've spent my life observing the universe, mostly in my mind's eye. It's been a tremendously rewarding life, a wonderful life. I've been able to explore the origins of time and space with some of the great living thinkers.But I wish I were a poet. Albert Einstein, a hero of mine, once wrote, "Our situation is the following. We are standing in front of a closed box which we cannot open." I'm sure I don't have to tell you that the vast majority of the universe is composed of dark matter. The fragile balance depends on things we'll never be able to see, hear, smell, taste, or touch. Life itself depends on them. What's real? What isn't real? Maybe those aren't the right questions to be asking. What does life depend on? I wish I had made things for life to depend on. What if you never stop inventing? Maybe you're not inventing at all. I'm being called in for breakfast, so I'll have to end this letter here. There's more I want to tell you, and more I want to hear from you. It's a shame we live on different continents. One shame of many. It's so beautiful at this hour. The sun is low, the shadows are long, the air is cold and clean. You won't be awake for another five hours, but I can't help feeling that we're sharing this clear and beautiful morning. Your friend, Stephen Hawking
Jonathan Safran Foer (Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close)
Bodies influence the space that surrounds them; they tell us whatever we can learn about that space. Does this mean that, possibly, there is no such thing as space by itself? Could it be that space is nothing but a theoretical construction invented for the purpose of giving the observed world an ordered framework? Could it be that we perceive as the reality of space is nothing but the influence of abstract laws of nature on the behavior of massive objects or bodies? That space is wedded to these bodies and will vanish if they do? This is a respectable position to take. For more than two thousand years, it has coexisted with the view of space as the primary stage that permits material objects to make their appearance. Natural philosophers who theorized about space can easily be charted on a scale between these two extreme positions. On the left is Thales of Miletus, whose "space" is nothing but one shapeless fluid; on the other side, there is Democritus, with his empty space in which material objects whir around. Leibniz on the left, Von guericke and Newton on the right. Albert Einstein juxtaposed these two concepts of space as, on one hand, the positional qualities of the physical world (left) and, on the other, the container of all physical objects (right) in his left-hand case, there is no space without an object; on the right, such an object cannot be thought of except in conjunction with the space that surrounds it-thereby assigning to space a higher reality than that possessed by objects.
Henning Genz (Nothingness: The Science Of Empty Space)
What matters is not how much we remember, but how we remember. As I see it, intelligence is closely related to creativity, to noticing something new, to making unexpected connections between disparate facts. Isaac Newton’s genius consisted of realizing that what makes an apple fall from a tree is the same force that keeps the moon in its orbit around the earth: gravity. Centuries later, in his general theory of relativity, Albert Einstein uncovered another astounding relationship when he noted that the effect of the force of gravity is indistinguishable from the acceleration of a spaceship in outer space or the tug we feel in an elevator when it starts to move. Attempting to memorize facts by rote does nothing more than distract our attention from what really matters, the deeper understanding required to establish meaning and notice connections—that which constitutes the basis of intelligence. The method of loci does nothing to help us understand the things we memorize; it is just a formula for memorization that, in fact, competes against comprehension. As we saw in the previous chapter, Shereshevskii was able to memorize a list effortlessly using the method of loci, but was incapable of grasping its content enough to pick out the liquids from the list or, on another occasion, to realize that he had memorized a sequence of consecutive numbers. Using the method of loci to store these lists left Shereshevskii no room to make any of the categorizations that we perform unconsciously (person, animal, liquid, etc.) or to find basic patterns in a list of numbers. To be creative and intelligent, we must go beyond merely remembering and undertake completely different processes: we must assimilate concepts and derive meaning. Focusing on memorization techniques limits our ability to understand, classify, contextualize, and associate. Like memorization, these processes also help to secure memories, but in a more useful and elaborate way; these are precisely the processes that should be developed and encouraged by the educational system.
Rodrigo Quian Quiroga (The Forgetting Machine: Memory, Perception, and the "Jennifer Aniston Neuron")
I never said most of the things attributed to me. Always check with the Quote Investigator website before posting, like I did when I was alive.
Albert Einstein (The Collected Papers of Albert Einstein 10: Berlin Years Correspondence 5-12/1920, Supplementary Correspondence 1909-20)
Everybody is a genius. But, if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will spend its whole life believing that it is stupid. Albert Einstein (1879 - 1955)
M. Prefontaine (The Best Smart Quotes Book: Wisdom That Can Change Your Life (Quotes For Every Occasion Book 12))
If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough. Albert Einstein (1879 - 1955)
M. Prefontaine (The Best Smart Quotes Book: Wisdom That Can Change Your Life (Quotes For Every Occasion Book 12))
Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a persistent one. Albert Einstein said that. My father always quoted Einstein as a way of explaining life when we struggled to understand it.
S.T. Abby (The Risk (Mindf*ck, #1))
I do not know with what weapons World War 3 will be fought, but World War 4 will be fought with sticks and stones.
Albert Einstein
Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the universe
Albert Einstein
Everything that can be counted does not necessarily count; everything that counts cannot necessarily be counted. Albert Einstein (1879 - 1955)
M. Prefontaine (The Best Smart Quotes Book: Wisdom That Can Change Your Life (Quotes For Every Occasion Book 12))
I am thankful to all those who said no. It's because of them I did it myself.
Albert Einstein
Ông có tin vào Thượng đế không?" - Tôi không phải là một người vô thần. Vấn đề đó quá lớn lao đối với đầu óc hữu hạn của chúng ta. Chúng ta giống như một đứa trẻ bước vào một thư viện lớn đầy những cuốn sách được viết bằng đủ các thứ tiếng. Đứa trẻ đó biết có người chắc chắn đã đọc hết những cuốn sách ở đây. Nó chỉ không biết làm thế nào để đọc được mà thôi. Nó không hiểu các ngôn ngữ được viết trong đó. Nó ngờ ngợ rằng có một trật tự bí ẩn trong cách trình bày các cuốn sách nhưng không biết trật tự đó là gì. Đối với tôi, có vẻ đây thậm chí là thái độ khôn ngoan nhất về Thượng đế. Chúng ta thấy vũ trụ được tuân theo một trật tự tuyệt đẹp và những quy luật nhất định, nhưng chúng ta chỉ hiểu lờ mờ về những quy luật này. [...] Ông đã cho các cô con gái lời khuyên thế nào là sống có đạo đức. Ông nói: “Hãy bớt vì bản thân đi, và hãy vì người khác nhiều hơn.
Albert Einstein
Imagination is everything. It is the preview of life's coming attractions. Albert Einstein
M. Prefontaine (501 Quotes about Life: Funny, Inspirational and Motivational Quotes)
I have no special talents. I am only passionately curious. - Albert Einstein
Virginia Ellington (The Treasury of Quotes: A Complete Collection of Quotes for New Motivation and Energy. 1001 Daily Inspiration Quotes. A Perfect Gift for Everyone!)
Nationalism is an infantile sickness. It is the measles of the human race.
- Albert Einstein
Note: Whenever I study Albert Einstein's Quotes, I realize he was only a theoretical physicist but not a philosopher in the context of literature. What do you think about it? --- Weak people revenge Strong people forgive Intelligent people ignore - Albert Einstein --- Weak people stay powerless Strong people revenge Intelligent people forgive - Ehsan Sehgal
Ehsan Sehgal
You will renounce all relations with me. You will make my meals and tidy my house. You are my servant and nothing more." [rules for his first wife Mileva Maric and his second wife Elsa Einstein]
Albert Einstein
Follow your curiosity.
Albert Einstein
هناك يوجد العالم الهائل الحجم الذي يتواجد مستقلاً عنا نحن البشر ويقف أمامنا كلغز كبير أبدي ولا يمكن لحواسنا وتفكيرنا أن يصلا إليه إلا" .بصورة جزئية. وتأمل هذا العالم يؤدي إلى التحرر ". ولم يكن الطريق إلى تلك الجنة مريحاً ومغرياً مثل الجنة الدينية، ولكنه أثبت أنه طريق جدير بالثقة ولم أندم أبداً على اختياري لذلك الطريق
Albert Einstein
The tragedy of this world is that no one is happy, whether stuck in a time of pain or of joy.
Alan Lightman (Einstein's Dreams)
How can we turn back the years of time when all that we seem to do is move forward?
Anthony T. Hincks
Time only becomes relevant when you add in a destination.
Anthony T. Hincks
Time is movement.
Anthony T. Hincks
There is no time, only movement which gives us a perception of time.
Anthony T. Hincks
Teleportation and Time Travel are possible without using vast amounts of energy. They are as easy as just a single thought, but to understand how it works, we have to first understand ourselves, the universe within and our place within both.
Anthony T. Hincks
Time is made up of movements.
Anthony T. Hincks
Gustavo Solivellas dice: "Hay una fuerza motriz más poderosa que el vapor, la electricidad y la energía atómica: la voluntad" (Albert Einstein)
Albert Einstein (Albert Einstein: The Human Side)
Albert Einstein said "If you have never failed, you never tried anything new." This is why I don't judge people by their failures but by their sukses!
Zybeta Metani' Marashi (The Defector)
Albert Einstein told Louis de Broglie, and I quote, ‘All physical theories… ought to lend themselves to so simple a description that even a child could understand them.
Peter Cawdron (Wherever Seeds May Fall)
Einstein was just a genius of theoretical physics. If you introduced him to biology or chemistry, he would look like a fish trying to climb a tree.
Mwanandeke Kindembo
Life is like riding a bicycle. To maintain your balance you must keep moving." - Albert Einstein "There is a difference between ambition and determination, one is your dreams, while the other is your doings." - Me
No Author
Who would have written a quote from Albert Einstein on the back of Mom’s note?
Deborah Harkness (A Discovery of Witches (All Souls #1))
[The double-slit experiment] has in it the heart of quantum mechanics. In reality, it contains the only mystery. —Richard Feynman296 The mystery Feynman was referring to in the preceding quote is the curious fact that a quantum object behaves like a particle when it is observed, but it behaves like a wave when it’s not observed. This can be easily demonstrated in a double-slit interferometer, which is a simple device in which one sends particles of light (or electrons, or any elementary particle) through two tiny slits and then records the pattern of light that emerges onto a screen, or a camera. One might expect that if particles of light (called photons) behaved like separate hunks of stuff, like tiny marbles, then the pattern of light emerging from two slits would always be two bright bands of light. And indeed, if you track each photon as it passes through the slits, then that is what you will see on the screen. However, if you do not trace the photons’ paths, then you will see an alternating sequence of light and dark bands, called an “interference pattern.” This then is the mystery of the dual nature of light—whether you see a wavelike or particle pattern on the screen depends on how you’re looking at it. It’s as though all matter—photons, electrons, molecules, and so on297—“knows” that it is being watched. This exquisitely sensitive bashfulness, known in physics jargon as wave-particle complementarity, lies at the heart of quantum mechanics. It is also known as the quantum measurement problem, or QMP. It’s a problem because it violates the commonsense assumption that we live in an objective reality that is completely independent of observers. The founders of quantum theory, including Neils Bohr, Max Planck, Louis de Broglie, Werner Heisenberg, Erwin Schrödinger, and Albert Einstein, knew that introducing the notion of the observer into quantum theory was a radical change in how physics had been practiced, and they all wrote about the consequences of this change. A few physicists, like Wolfgang Pauli, Pascual Jordan, and Eugene Wigner, believed that consciousness was not merely important but was fundamentally responsible for the formation of reality. Jordan wrote, “Observations not only disturb what has to be measured, they produce it.… We compel [the electron] to assume a definite position.… We ourselves produce the results of measurement
Dean Radin (Supernormal: Science, Yoga and the Evidence for Extraordinary Psychic Abilities)
WE ARE THE ARTISTS AS WELL AS THE ART As far-fetched as this idea may sound to many people, it is precisely at the crux of some of the greatest controversies among some of the most brilliant minds in recent history. In a quote from his autobiographical notes, for example, Albert Einstein shared his belief that we’re essentially passive observers living in a universe already in place, one in which we seem to have little influence: “Out yonder there was this huge world,” he said, “which exists independently of us human beings and which stands before us like a great, eternal riddle, at least partially accessible to our inspection and thinking.”2 In contrast to Einstein’s perspective, which is still widely held by many scientists today, John Wheeler, a Princeton physicist and colleague of Einstein, offers a radically different view of our role in creation. In terms that are bold, clear, and graphic, Wheeler says, “We had this old idea, that there was a universe out there, [author’s emphasis] and here is man, the observer, safely protected from the universe by a six-inch slab of plate glass.” Referring to the late-20th-century experiments that show us how simply looking at something changes that something, Wheeler continues, “Now we learn from the quantum world that even to observe so minuscule an object as an electron we have to shatter that plate glass: we have to reach in there…. So the old word observer simply has to be crossed off the books, and we must put in the new word participator.”3 What a shift! In a radically different interpretation of our relationship to the world we live in, Wheeler states that it’s impossible for us to simply watch the universe happen around us. Experiments in quantum physics, in fact, do show that simply looking at something as tiny as an electron—just focusing our awareness upon what it’s doing for even an instant in time—changes its properties while we’re watching it. The experiments suggest that the very act of observation is an act of creation, and that consciousness is doing the creating. These findings seem to support Wheeler’s proposition that we can no longer consider ourselves merely onlookers who have no effect on the world that we’re observing.
Gregg Braden (The Divine Matrix: Bridging Time, Space, Miracles, and Belief)
Only a life lived in the service to others is worth living.
Albert Einstein
Some churches will be a Michael Phelps. Some will be a Nastia Liukin. Some might be an Albert Einstein, a Steve Jobs, or even a Chris Farley. But however God made us, he wants us to be "us.
Jeremy Myers (Skeleton Church)
Scientists expected that the Super, a fusion or "thermonuclear" weapon, would be an awesomely destructive horror that could unleash the equivalent of several million tons of TNT. This was hundreds of times more powerful than atomic bombs. A few well-placed hydrogen bombs could kill millions of people. Among the foes of development were famous scientists who had supported atomic development during World War II. One was Albert Einstein, who took to the radio to say that "general annilihation beckons.
James T. Patterson (Grand Expectations: The United States, 1945-1974 (Oxford History of the United States Book 10))
Imagination is more important than knowledge" Albert Einstein
Marcia Gage (Soulmate Hunting After 40: The Mature Person's Guide to Finding and Keeping Love and Happiness)
Day 2  If you want to live a happy life, tie it to a goal, not to people or things.  Albert Einstein
Deena B. Chopra (Happiness 365: One-a-Day Inspirational Quotes for a Happy You)
2  If you want to live a happy life, tie it to a goal, not to people or things.  Albert Einstein
Deena B. Chopra (Happiness 365: One-a-Day Inspirational Quotes for a Happy You)
As Albert Einstein said: "Any intelligent fool can make things bigger and more complex. It takes a touch of genius — and a lot of courage — to move in the opposite direction.
Andrew Thomas (Hidden In Plain Sight: The simple link between relativity and quantum mechanics)
A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new. - Albert Einstein
Kathy Collins (200 Motivational and inspirational Quotes That Will Inspire Your Success)
came to America because of the great, great freedom which I heard existed in this country. I made a mistake in selecting America as a land of freedom, a mistake I cannot repair in the balance of my lifetime." -Albert Einstein
Diana Mauer (German Wisdom)
At a reception at the National Academy of Sciences on Constitution Avenue, which now boasts the world's most interesting statue of Einstein, a twelve foot high, full-length bronze figure of him reclining, he listened to long speeches from honorees, including Prince Albert I of Monaco, who was an avid oceanographer, a North Carolina scholar of hookworms, and a man who had invented a solar stove. As the evening droned on Einstein turned to a Dutch diplomat seated next him and said, "I've just developed a new theory of eternity.
Walter Isaacson (Einstein)
Askerlik hizmeti yapmasi gerekenlerin yalnizca yuzde ikisi bile kendilerini savas direniscisi ilan etse ve "savasmayacagiz. Uluslararasi ihtilaflari cozmek icin baska yontemlere ihtiyacimiz var," dese hukumetlerin eli kolu baglanir; bu kadar buyuk kitleleri hapse atamazlar.
Albert Einstein
11 Benefits of Asking Questions “The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing.” – Albert Einstein 1. Builds rapport. 2. Nurtures creativity. 3. Grows your knowledge and awareness. 4. Exercises critical thinking and problem-solving skills. 5. Makes the other person feel valued. 6. Helps you make thoughtful decisions. 7. The better our questions, the better our answers. 8. Keeps you agile and open to new ideas. 9. Improves your memory and retention. 10. Helps you stay informed and relevant. 11. Enables you to discover a new world of possibilities you would not have known otherwise.
Susan C. Young (The Art of Connection: 8 Ways to Enrich Rapport & Kinship for Positive Impact (The Art of First Impressions for Positive Impact, #6))
You can't blame gravity for falling in love.
--Albert Einstein
What is the book (or books) you’ve given most as a gift, and why? Or what are one to three books that have greatly influenced your life? Books that influenced me the most: The Transformed Cell by Steven A. Rosenberg Mistakes Were Made (but Not by Me) by Carol Tavris and Elliot Aronson Surely You’re Joking, Mr. Feynman! by Richard P. Feynman If you could have a gigantic billboard anywhere with anything on it, what would it say? Are there any quotes you think of often or live your life by? Well, assuming it’s a big billboard, I’d lobby for the following: “The fundamental cause of the trouble is that in the modern world the stupid are cocksure while the intelligent are full of doubt.”—Bertrand Russell “For the great enemy of truth is very often not the lie—deliberate, contrived and dishonest—but the myth—persistent, persuasive, and unrealistic. Too often we hold fast to the clichés of our forebears. We subject all facts to a prefabricated set of interpretations. We enjoy the comfort of opinion without the discomfort of thought.”—John F. Kennedy “No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it.”—Albert Einstein “If you set a goal, it should meet these two conditions: 1) It matters; 2) You can influence the outcome.”—Peter Attia
Timothy Ferriss (Tribe Of Mentors: Short Life Advice from the Best in the World)
The prevailing understanding is that when you break it down we’re nothing but balls of energy sending off vibrations to the World.  Or to quote Albert Einstein: “Everything is energy and that’s all there is to it. Match the frequency of the reality you want and you cannot help but get that reality. It can be no other way.  This is not philosophy. This is physics.” Your
Dave Asch (9 Truths That Will Turn Your World Upside Down)
Many of the things you can count, don't count. Many of the things you can't count, really count.” ― Albert Einstein     “Possessions,
Daniel Hemsworth (Inspirational Quotes from The Greatest Minds in Human History (Part 1): Nikola Tesla, Leonardo da Vinci, Albert Einstein, Isaac Newton, Archimedes)
It is strange to be known so universally and yet to be so lonely.” ― Albert Einstein     “Love
Daniel Hemsworth (Inspirational Quotes from The Greatest Minds in Human History (Part 1): Nikola Tesla, Leonardo da Vinci, Albert Einstein, Isaac Newton, Archimedes)
As a well spent day brings happy sleep, so life well used brings happy death.” ― Leonardo da Vinci
Daniel Hemsworth (Inspirational Quotes from The Greatest Minds in Human History (Part 1): Nikola Tesla, Leonardo da Vinci, Albert Einstein, Isaac Newton, Archimedes)
The greatest deception men suffer is from their own opinions.” ― Leonardo da Vinci
Daniel Hemsworth (Inspirational Quotes from The Greatest Minds in Human History (Part 1): Nikola Tesla, Leonardo da Vinci, Albert Einstein, Isaac Newton, Archimedes)
Time stays long enough for those who use it.” ― Leonardo da Vinci
Daniel Hemsworth (Inspirational Quotes from The Greatest Minds in Human History (Part 1): Nikola Tesla, Leonardo da Vinci, Albert Einstein, Isaac Newton, Archimedes)
He who possesses most must be most afraid of loss.” ― Leonardo da Vinci
Daniel Hemsworth (Inspirational Quotes from The Greatest Minds in Human History (Part 1): Nikola Tesla, Leonardo da Vinci, Albert Einstein, Isaac Newton, Archimedes)
Those who claim to discover everything but produce no proofs of the same may be confuted as having actually pretended to discover the impossible.” ― Archimedes
Daniel Hemsworth (Inspirational Quotes from The Greatest Minds in Human History (Part 1): Nikola Tesla, Leonardo da Vinci, Albert Einstein, Isaac Newton, Archimedes)
Reading, after a certain age, diverts the mind too much from its creative pursuits. Any man who reads too much and uses his own brain too little falls into lazy habits of thinking.”       68.
John Speckerman (101 Life Changing Quotes by Albert Einstein)
Somebody who only reads newspapers and at best books of contemporary authors looks to me like an extremely near-sighted person who scorns eyeglasses. He is completely dependent on the prejudices and fashions of his times, since he never gets to see or hear anything else.”           75
John Speckerman (101 Life Changing Quotes by Albert Einstein)
Albert Einstein quote that, ‘God doesn’t play dice with the universe?’” “I
Michael C. Grumley (Catalyst (Breakthrough, #3))
Gratitude is often considered an element of spirit or purpose. But what are we expected to be grateful for? Innovation calls for financial gains, promotions, and possessions to stoke the fires of gratitude. But kaizen invites us to be grateful for health, for our next breath, for the moments with a friend or colleague. When famous songwriter Warren Zevon was suffering from terminal cancer, David Letterman asked him what wisdom he gleaned from his illness. Zevon’s answer was pure kaizen: “Enjoy every sandwich.” Some quotes on service and gratitude to begin your exploration of kaizen: “I long to accomplish a great and noble task but it is my chief duty to accomplish small tasks as if they were great and noble.” —Helen Keller “We have to learn to live happily in the present moment, to touch the peace and joy that are available now.” —Thich Nhat Hanh, Buddhist Zen master “Strive not to be a success, but rather to be of value.” —Albert Einstein “I would rather have it said, ‘He lived usefully’ than ‘He died rich.’ ” —Benjamin Franklin
Robert Maurer (One Small Step Can Change Your Life: The Kaizen Way)
Learning can be defined as a process of progressive change from ignorance to knowledge, and from indifference to understanding."- Robert John meehan "Learning without thought is labor lost; thought without learning is perilous." - Confucius "Imagination is more important than knowledge." - Albert Einstein "Clearly, if there's an outbreak of forest fires, the corporate education reformers would fire the veteran firefighters and hire new ones!"- Robert John Meehan "I believe one of the most important priorities is to do whatever we do as well as we can." - Victor Kermit Kiam "What nobler employment, or more valuable to the state, than that of the man who instructs the rising generation?" - Cicero "Often we do a greater amount of good when we "listen" to our students than when we "teach" them."- Robert John Meehan
Jasmin Olivia
He begins by quoting Thoreau: 'The mass of men lead quiet lives of desperation.
Michael Paterniti (Driving Mr. Albert: A Trip Across America with Einstein's Brain)
We've seen that the theories of the Core forces, each deeply based on symmetry, can be combined. The three separate Core symmetries can be realized as parts of a single, all-encompassing symmetry. Moreover, that encompassing symmetry brings unity and coherence to the clusters of the Core. From a motley six, we assemble the faultless Charge Account. We also discover that once we correct for the distorting effect of Grid fluctuations-and after upping the ante to include SUSY-the different powers of the Core forces derive from a common value at short distances. Even gravity, that hopelessly feeble misfit, comes into the field. To reach this clear and lofty perspective, we made some hopeful leaps of imagination. We assumed that the Grid-the entity that in everyday life we consider empty space-is a multilayered, multicolored superconductor. We assumed that the world contains the extra quantum dimensions required to support super-symmetry. And we boldly took the laws of physics, supplemented with these two "super" assumptions, up to energies and down to distances far beyond where we've tested them directly. From the intellectual success so far achieved-from the clarity and coherence of this vision of unification-we are tempted to believe that our assumptions correspond to reality. But in science, Mother Nature is the ultimate judge. After the solar expedition of 1919 confirmed his prediction for the bending of light by the Sun, a reporter asked Albert Einstein what it would have meant if the result had been otherwise. He replied, "Then God would have missed a great opportunity." Nature doesn't miss such opportunities. I anticipated that Nature's verdicts in favor of our "super" ideas will inaugurate a new golden age in fundamental physics.
Frank Wilczek (The Lightness of Being: Mass, Ether, and the Unification of Forces)
Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere.  - Albert Einstein     People
Kathy Collins (200 Motivational and inspirational Quotes That Will Inspire Your Success)
Many scientists (the most notable being Albert Einstein) think in visual, spatial, and physical images rather than in mathematical terms and words. (N.B.: That the theoretical physicist, Stephen Hawking, used an arboreal term to picture the cosmos [i.e., affirming that the universe "could have different branches,"] is a tribute to his [very visual] primate brain.)
David B. Givens (The NONVERBAL DICTIONARY of gestures, signs and body language cues)
Imagination is more important than knowledge." ~Albert Einstein   The Role of Empathy   Empathy is the ability to feel what another person or animal is feeling.
Lori Spagna (How Psychic Are You? 7 Simple Steps to Unlocking Your Psychic Potential and the Keys to Accessing Your Intuitive Gifts--eBook, Playbook, and Journal)
Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler. -ALBERT EINSTEIN
Gabrielle Orr (Akashic Records: "One True Love" A Practical Guide to Access Your Own Akashic Records)
إذا كنا نعرف حقًا ما نفعله، فلن يكون من المنطقي أن ندعوه "بحثًا"، أليس كذلك؟
Albert Einstein
Newton nesnelerin neden düştüğünü ve gezegenlerin neden döndüğünü açıklamaya çalışmıştı. Tüm nesneleri birbirlerine çeken bir "kuvvet" hayal etmişti: Buna "çekim kuvveti" adını vermişti. Bu kuvvetin, aralarında hiçbir şey olmayan, birbirinden uzaktaki nesneleri nasıl çektiği bilinmiyordu, bilimin ulu babası da herhangi bir hipotez öne sürmek konusunda çekingendi. Newton nesnelerin uzayda hareket ettiğini, uzayın da boş bir kap, evren için büyük bir kutu olduğunu hayal etmişti. Newton tarafından icat edilen bu "uzay"ın, dünyanın kutusunun neden yapıldığı da belli değildi. Ama Albert'in doğumundan birkaç yıl önce iki büyük İngiliz fizikçi Faraday ve Maxwell, Newton'ın soğuk dünyasına yeni bir unsur kattı: elektromanyetik alan. Her yere yayılmış, radyo dalgalarını taşıyan, uzayı dolduran, bir gölün yüzeyi gibi titreşip dalgalanabilen ve elektrik kuvvetini "taşıyan" bu ala, gerçek bir olguydu. Einstein gençliğinden beri babasının kurduğu elektrik santrallerinin rotorlarını çeviren elektromanyetik alana hayrandı ve kısa süre içinde kütle çekiminin de elektrik gibi bir alan tarafından taşınması gerektiğini anladı: "Elektrik alanı"na özdeş bir "kütle çekim alanı" olmalıydı; o da bu çekim alanının nasıl oluştuğunu ve hangi denklemlerin onu tanımladığını anlamaya çalıştı. Tam bu noktada olağanüstü bir düşünce, saf deha ortaya çıktı: Kütle çekimi alanı uzayda yayılmış değildi, çekim alanı uzayın ta kendisiydi. Genel görelilik kuramının anafikri işte budur. ... Huninin merkezinden kaynaklanan gizemli "kuvvetler" yoktur, huninin çeperinin eğri olması bilyenin dönmesini sağlar. Uzay eğildiği için gezegenler güneş etrafında döner, cisimler yere düşer.
Carlo Rovelli
Albert Einstein, yakın dostu İtalyan Michele Besso öldüğünde onun kız kardeşine dokunaklı bir mektu yazmıştı: "Michele bu garip dünyadan benden biraz önce ayrıldı. Bunun hiçbir anlamı yok. Bizim gibi fiziğe inanan insanlar, geçmiş, şimdi ve gelecek arasındaki ayrımın sürüp giden inatçı bir yanılsamadan başka bir şey olmadığını bilir.
Carlo Rovelli
We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them." Albert Einstein
S.A. Hartman
The scientific theorist is not to be envied. For Nature, or more precisely experiment, is an inexorable and not very friendly judge of his work. It never says "Yes" to a theory. In the most favorable cases it says "Maybe", and in the great majority of cases simply "No". If an experiment agrees with a theory it means for the latter "Maybe", and if it does not agree it means "No". Probably every theory will someday experience its "No" - most theories, soon after conception.
Albert Einstein
Technological progress is like an axe in the hands of a pathological criminal." ~Albert Einstein
Albert Einstein
Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world." — Albert Einstein
Alan Watt (The 90-Day Novel: Unlock the story within)
Try not to become a man of success. Rather become a man of value." — Albert Einstein
Robert Taylor (500 Albert Einstein Quotes: Interesting, Wise And Clever Quotes By Albert Einstein)
Yes.  Think of our genetic history as a giant tree system with branches cascading down to smaller and smaller branches, all replicating millions of times, over millions of years, and eventually touching everything.”  Neely stopped mid-thought.  “Have you ever heard the old Albert Einstein quote that, ‘God doesn’t play dice with the universe?’” “I don’t think so.” “Einstein was troubled by the apparent randomness of the universe and came to believe that there had to be some underlying, hidden law to explain why what appeared to be random actually wasn’t.  Most of his thinking had to do with particles and things like that.  But it still begs the question: does God play dice?” “When you say dice are you talking about chance?” “Yes, exactly.”  Neely nodded.  “Regardless of a person’s fundamental religious belief, if we step back and ask ourselves that question, most people have to acknowledge that the answer is yes.  At least to a large extent.” Alison looked confused and put her own cup down.  “I’m not sure I’m following.” “Okay, look.  Let’s say half the population believes that life is designed, while the other half believes it simply evolves.  Evolution being the randomness, or chance, that Einstein struggled with.
Michael C. Grumley (Catalyst (Breakthrough, #3))
A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new. - Albert Einstein
Kathy Collins (200 Motivational and inspirational Quotes That Will Inspire Your Success)
In my teachings, I often mention a quote from Albert Einstein: “Coincidence is God's way of remaining anonymous.
James Van Praagh (When Heaven Touches Earth: A Little Book of Miracles, Marvels, & Wonders)
Albert Einstein once said, "Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving." The
Om Swami (A Fistful of Love)
Les américains sont le seul peuple a être passé directement de la barbarie à la décadence sans passer par ce que l'on nomme ailleurs : Civilisation" !
Albert Einstein
In life, there are many things that may give you pleasure" - Albert Einstein
A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new" – Albert Einstein
Tasnim Essack (223 Amazing Science Facts, Tidbits and Quotes)
Having consulted several books on the subject of dogs, one on rough terriers in particular, Beatrix was fairly certain that training Albert with techniques involving dominance or punishment would not be at all effective. In fact, they would probably make his behavior worse. Terriers, the book had said, frequently tried to outsmart humans. The only method left was to reward his good behavior with praise and food and kindness. "Of course you're unhappy, poor boy. He's gone away, and your place is by his side. But I've come to collect you, and while he's gone, we'll work on your manners. Perhaps we can't turn you into a perfect lapdog... but I'll help you learn how to get on with others." She paused before adding with a reflective grin. "Of course, I can't manage to behave properly in polite society. I've always thought there's a fair amount of dishonesty involved in politeness. There, you're quiet now." She stood and pulled at the latch. "Here is your first rule, Albert: it's very rude to maul people." Albert burst out and jumped on her. Had she not been holding on to the support of the shed's frame, she would have been knocked over. Whining and wagging his tail, Albert stood on his hind legs and dove his face against her.
Lisa Kleypas (Love in the Afternoon (The Hathaways, #5))
Some of my favorite quotes are: A genius is not one who knows all, but knows where to look it up. Unknown The sign of true genius is being able to explain the most complex ideas in the simplest terms. Albert Einstein
Hans Victor von Maltzahn (The Black Sun Ascendant: An Assassin's Tale (Black Sun Series Book 1))
After the emergence of quantum mechanics in the early 1900s, many great theorists, including Albert Einstein, tried to find the microscopic theoretical underpinnings of superconductivity but to no avail. A quantum mechanical picture of superconductivity did not exist. It was Cooper's ingenious physical insight, known as the Cooper pair, that unlocked the quantum secrets of superconductivity. Under typical circumstances, the individual electrons flowing in a piece of metal wire experience resistance because they repel each other, much like the defending players in rugby or football interfere with the movement of the player with the ball. However, Cooper showed that by using the wave-like property of electrons, they can "pair up," thus changing their repulsive properties in the metal and allowing them to conduct without resistance.
Stephon Alexander (The Jazz of Physics: The Secret Link Between Music and the Structure of the Universe)
In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity.
Albert Einstein (400 of Albert Einstein’s Best Quotes: A Reference Book)