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"There's more to life than making shallow, fairly obvious observations." - Jerry Seinfeld

"You have to experience life, make observations, and ask questions." - Mos Def

"The world was to Shakespeare a great stage of fools on which he was utterly bewildered. His pregnant observations of life are not coordinated into any philosophy." - George Bernard Shaw

"You can't just be reactive to the things going on in your life. You have to imagine, and you have to plunder other people's work, books, poems, ideas, observations." - David Gray

"I just use my life story as a kind of device on which to hang comic observations. It's not my interest or instinct to tell the world anything pertinent about myself or my family." - Bill Bryson

"Whenever I work on a part, I look at the world through the filter of the character and I pick things they might use through my observations of real life." - Jeff Bridges

"I laugh at absurdity hardest, then stories, then observations, then bearded men on roller skates." - T J Miller

"All observations of life are harsh, because life is. I lament that fact, but I cannot change it." - Margaret Atwood

"I am inspired by many mediums and use them to express varied aspects of my philosophies and life observations." - Judith Anderson

"In the moment of making films, I want to share my observations of life, not of other films." - Alexander Payne

"Observations always involve theory." - Edwin Powell Hubble

"Observations always involve theory." - Edwin Hubble

"The drive of the story is sort of hinted at the beginning, is Joy and Sadness and those two characters. Especially Joy starting to understand that there's more to life than being happy. And so that's based on real life observations and things that we've learned as adults." - Pete Docter

"I like my jokes to be built on a foundation of ideas, or at least smart observations." - George Carlin

"I strongly believe in the existence of God, based on intuition, observations, logic, and also scientific knowledge." - Charles Hard Townes

"On the whole, the evidence indicates that model trends in the troposphere are very likely inconsistent with observations..." - David Douglass

"Based on observations of the policies of my own government, I viewed this action as an acceptable option." - Timothy Mcveigh

"I have all my life been on my guard against the information conveyed by the sense of hearing - it being one of my earliest observations, the universal inclination of humankind is to be led by the ears, and I am sometimes apt to imagine that they are given to men as they are to pitchers, purposely that they may be carried about by them." - Mary Wortley Montagu

"The question of the origin of life is essentially speculative. We have to construct, by straightforward thinking on the basis of very few factual observations, a plausible and self-consistent picture of a process which must have occurred before any of the forms which are known to us in the fossil record could have existed." - John Desmond Bernal

"It is a shock to us in the twentieth century to discover, from observations science has made, that the fundamental mechanisms of life cannot be ascribed to natural selection, and therefore were designed. But we must deal with our shock as best we can and go on." - Michael Behe

"I've been writing all these books that have been largely autobiographical and yet, really, they don't tell you anything about me. I just use my life story as a kind of device on which to hang comic observations. It's not my interest or instinct to tell the world anything pertinent about myself or my family." - Bill Bryson

"Many people seem to think that art is a luxury to be imported and tacked on to life. Art springs out of the very stuff that life is made of. Most of our young authors start to write a story and make a few observations from nature to add local color. The results are invariably false and hollow. Art must spring out of the fullness and richness of life." - Willa Cather

"Extraordinary observations require extraordinary evidence." - Buzz Aldrin

"Expose every belief to the light of reason, discourse, facts, scientific observations; question everything, be sceptical because this is the only chance at life you will ever get." - James Randi

"I love astute observations and really great wordplay. I love the way that Louis C.K. observes life, and I love the way Patton Oswalt talks about it." - Greg Behrendt

"Throughout my career as a songwriter, I've had a knack for writing songs that were about me and my life experiences and observations." - Richie Sambora

"Taking experimental results and observations for granted and putting the burden of proof on the theory means taking the observational ideology for granted without having ever examined it." - Paul Feyerabend

"I carry some kind of consideration and weight and observations about what is going on in the world, but I don't go to execute it." - Michal Rovner

"Taking experimental results and observations for granted and putting the burden of proof on the theory means taking the observational ideology for granted without having ever examined it." - Paul Karl Feyerabend

"A mind at liberty to reflect on its own observations, if it produce nothing useful to the world, seldom fails of entertainment to itself." - George Berkeley

"The curious defiled past him, after squeezing the Presidential fingers into the room, and settled either on the sofa or chairs or remained standing for protracted observations." - Henry Villard

"While those whom devotion to abstract discussions has rendered unobservant of the facts are too ready to dogmatize on the basis of a few observations." - Aristotle

"Space and time may have a structure as intricate as the fauna of a rich ecosystem, but on a scale far larger than the horizon of our observations." - Martin Rees

"The force of truth that a statement imparts, then, its prominence among the hordes of recorded observations that I may optionally apply to my own life, depends, in addition to the sense that it is argumentatively defensible, on the sense that someone like me, and someone I like, whose voice is audible and who is at least notionally in the same room with me, does or can possibly hold it to be compellingly true." - Nicholson Baker

"The ordinary method of education is to imprint ideas and opinions, in the strict sense of the word, prejudices, on the mind of the child, before it has had any but a very few particular observations. It is thus that he afterwards comes to view the world and gather experience through the medium of those ready-made ideas, rather than to let his ideas be formed for him out of his own experience of life, as they ought to be." - Arthur Schopenhauer

"A theory is a good theory if it satisfies two requirements: it must accurately describe a large class of observations on the basis of a model that contains only a few arbitrary elements, and it must make definite predictions about the results of future observations." - Stephen Hawking

"Science is composed of laws which were originally based on a small, carefully selected set of observations, often not very accurately measured originally; but the laws have later been found to apply over much wider ranges of observations and much more accurately than the original data justified." - Richard Hamming

"Theories crumble, but good observations never fade." - Harlow Shapley

"My observations are not bread crumbs. They do not dissolve. They are on record, on film printed in books, and found on the Internet. I am happy to share them. For this I was born." - Bill Cosby

"My observations on clouds and skies are on scraps and bits of paper, and I have never yet put them together so as to form a lecture, which I shall summer." - John Constable

"The philosophy of science is inherent in the process. This is to say, you think critically, you draw a conclusion based on evidence, but we all pursue discovery based on our observations. That's where science starts." - Bill Nye

"Science is based on the possibility of objectivity, on the possibility of different people checking out for themselves the observations made by others. Without that possibility, there is no empirical principle capable of deciding between different arguments and theories." - Jose Padilha

"A medical man likes to make psychological observations, and sometimes in the pursuit of such studies is too easily tempted into momentous prophecy which life and death easily set at nought." - George Eliot

"There is nothing by which I have, through life, more profited than by the just observations, the good opinion, and the sincere and gentle encouragement of amiable and sensible women." - Sir Samuel Romilly

"Before I went to bed, I sat up till 2 a-clock in my chamber, reading of Mr. Hooke's Microscopical Observations, the most ingenious book that I ever read in my life." - Samuel Pepys

"That's the main work that I've done in my life - really wanting to get past that gender trap where there's a certain nudity in poetry. It's not about showing my soul, it's about observations." - Emily Haines

"A scientist is only a human being, a particle in the whole universe. How can the observations and logic of a particle measure the life and size of a phenomenon that is limitless?" - Avtarjeet Singh Dhanjal

"If novels and stories are bulletins from the progressive states of ignorance a writer passes through over the years, observations and opinions about horses are all the more so, since horses are more mysterious than life and harder to understand." - Jane Smiley

"There are three types of men in the world. One type learns from books. One type learns from observations. And one type just has to urinate on the electric fence himself." - Will Rogers

"....there is no end to observations on the difference between the measures likely to be pursued by a minister backed by a standing army, and those of a court awed by the fear of an armed people." - James Burgh

"The observations that have developed over the years have given us perspective about where we fit in. We are newcomers, really recent arrivals on a planet that is four and a half billion years old." - Sylvia Earle

"The eyes of a man in the jaundice make yellow observations on everything; and the soul tinctured with any passion diffuses a false color over the appearance of things." - Isaac Watts

"Very often there is too little information in photographs to deduce how they were made and even what they represent. We rely on context and supplemental information to confirm our observations, not simply the documents themselves." - John Paul Caponigro

"If the subject is in a suffering circumstance, it is all the more preferable to apply craft to the utmost. Call it art or not, we photographers should always try to pass on our observations with the utmost clarity." - Dennis Stock

"I never expected this to catch on in the way it did! Of course similar observations have been made by any number of people, and the distinction is obvious to anyone who thinks about the subject a little." - David Chalmers

"Based on a lifetime of observations and a few decades in the markets, I understand that societies, beliefs and fashions all move in long arcs of time. We call these arcs several things: cycles, periods, eras." - Barry Ritholtz

"This new understanding of processes on Europa would not have been possible without the foundation of the last 20 years of observations over Earth's ice sheets and floating ice shelves." - Saul Perlmutter

"The progress of science has always been the result of a close interplay between our concepts of the universe and our observations on nature. The former can only evolve out of the latter and yet the latter is also conditioned greatly by the former. Thus in our exploration of nature, the interplay between our concepts and our observations may sometimes lead to totally unexpected aspects among already familiar phenomena." - Tsung-Dao Lee

"Passion makes the best observations and the sorriest conclusions." - Jean Paul

"Detailed descriptions, abstract ambitions, relevant observations, your's and mine." - Ellen Hopkins

"I love making observations. That one is a classic example." - Stephen Colbert

"Balloon: Thing to take meteroric observations and commit suicide with." - Mark Twain

"Extraordinary observations require extraordinary evidence to make them believable." - Carl Sagan

"Reality is in the observations, not in the electron." - Werner Heisenberg

"Knowledge is the intellectual manipulation of carefully verified observations." - Sigmund Freud

"All our scientific observations of the universe and quanta can only, in the end, be observations of ourselves." - Alan Moore

"Physics tells us observations can't be predicted absolutely. Rather, there's a range of possible observations each with a different probability." - Robert Lanza

"There's people who live life authentically and there's people who live a life of fabrication. And it begins with the question of how you're gonna do your time. And these are observations I made about Folsom when I was there with Dustin Hoffman when he was directing 'Straight Time.'" - Michael Mann

"I'm glad that so many of Donald Pease's unique and revealing insights on Dr. Seuss-observations he shared with me on camera with an effusiveness and profundity quite unmatched-have found their way into book form. No one tells these tales of young Ted, Mr. Geisel, and Dr. Seuss, and makes the connections between the three of them, quite like Dr. Pease." - Ron Lamothe

"I believe in God. In fact, I believe in a personal God who acts in and interacts with the creation. I believe that the observations about the orderliness of the physical universe, and the apparently exceptional fine-tuning of the conditions of the universe for the development of life suggest that an intelligent Creator is responsible." - William Daniel Phillips

"We [Panthers] have not said much about the homosexual at all, but we must relate to the homosexual movement because it is a real thing. And I know through reading, and through my life experience and observations that homosexuals are not given freedom and liberty by anyone in the society. They might be the most oppressed people in the society." - Huey Newton

"Astronomy leads us to a unique event, a universe which was created out of nothing, and delicately balanced to provide exactly the conditions required to support life. In the absence of an absurdly improbable accident, the observations of modern science seem to suggest an underlying, one might say, supernatural plan." - Arno Allan Penzias

"I can't control what people think. I'm not trying to manipulate people's thoughts or sentiments. I write all the time. You have to experience life, make observations, and ask questions. It's machine-like how things are run now in hip-hop, and my ambitions are different." - Mos Def

"The truth is, the Science of Nature has been already too long made only a work of the Brain and the Fancy: It is now high time that it should return to the plainness and soundness of Observations on material and obvious things." - Robert Hooke

"Part of the experience of enjoying a tennis match on TV is listening to the observations of an expert commentator - one who knows the sport, has a genuine passion for the game, respects the viewers' intelligence, knows when to talk and when to keep quiet, can make you laugh and is not afraid to call a spade a spade." - Dave McPherson

"You have lived longer than I have and perhaps may have formed a different judgment on better grounds; but my observations do not enable me to say I think integrity the characteristic of wealth. In general I believe the decisions of the people, in a body, will be more honest and more disinterested than those of wealthy men." - Thomas Jefferson

"Electric and magnetic forces. May they live for ever, and never be forgot, if only to remind us that the science of electromagnetics, in spite of the abstract nature of its theory, involving quantities whose nature is entirely unknown at the present, is really and truly founded on the observations of real Newtonian forces, electric and magnetic respectively." - Oliver Heaviside

"My interest in science was excited at age nine by an article on astronomy in National Geographic; the author was Donald Menzel of the Harvard Observatory. For the next few years, I regularly made star maps and snuck out at night to make observations from a locust tree in our back yard." - Dudley R. Herschbach

"Please remain calm: The Earth will heal itself - Climate is beyond our power to control...Earth doesn't care about governments or their legislation. You can't find much actual global warming in present-day weather observations. Climate change is a matter of geologic time, something that the earth routinely does on its own without asking anyone's permission or explaining itself." - Robert B Laughlin

"Fight fire with fire. If you must have bores, always put them together or at the same table ... bores have an effervescent chemical reaction on one another at a party. They invariably have a marvelous time trading banalities in the absence of competition. Cliches roll trippingly off the tongue like sparkling epigrams and trite observations acquire depth sinking into receptive minds." - Elsa Maxwell

"She drinks pints of coffee and writes little observations and ideas for stories with her best fountain pen on the linen-white pages of expensive notebooks. Sometimes, when it's going badly, she wonders if what she believes to be a love of the written word is really just a fetish for stationery." - David Nicholls

"You learn to do your best writing on story rather than off story. Very often at the beginning of their careers, writers including me do their best dialogue writing off story - the best lines, the best observations - but they haven't got enough to do with the plot to stay in." - Victor Levin

"My art feels like it's real disobedient. I can fill notebooks with observations and maybe they find their way into the work unconsciously, which is great. I've never been able to directly plug, like to take a little snip that I've picked up on the street and transfer it into a story. I don't know what's wrong, but it never works that way." - Junot Diaz

"Self-expression is a hallmark of an artist, of art, to get something off one's chest, to sing one's song. So that element is present in all art. It is the key to even standing up and saying, "Hey, listen to me." Self-expression can be based on looking at the world and making observations about it." - George Carlin

"However the great successes of science - Galileo's telescopic observations, Newton's law of gravity, etc - all of this great success caused people to sort of say, what if we could establish religion on that same successful basis? What if we could have a good rational foundation for religious belief. What if religion could be sort of like science. Of course, that can't be." - George Coyne

"Sometimes, the only way to learn something really well is to revert to the state of mind of a novice and reawaken to the raw observations that you have accumulated instead of relying on the conclusions you have reached from the exogenous premises absorbed through teaching and bookish learning." - Erik Naggum

"The philosopher forms his principles on an infinity of particular observations...He does not confuse truth with plausibility...he takes for truth what is true, for false what is false, for doubtful what is doubtful, and probable what is probable...The philosophical spirit is thus a spirit of observation and accuracy." - Denis Diderot

"The attention of a traveller, should be particularly turned, in the first place, to the various works of Nature, to mark the distinctions of the climates he may explore, and to offer such useful observations on the different productions as may occur." - William Bartram

"I will not comment on or confirm what are alleged to be stolen State Department cables. But I can say that the United States deeply regrets the disclosure of any information that was intended to be confidential, including private discussions between counterparts or our diplomats' personal assessments and observations." - Hillary Clinton

"There has to be the popcorn genre element, or I don't engage the same way. I like action and vehicle design and guns and computer graphics as much as I like allegory. It's a constant balancing game. I want audiences to be on this rollercoaster that fits the Hollywood mould, but I also want them to absorb my observations." - Neill Blomkamp

"In the numerous observations made in my laboratory upon this object, we have only once seen a combination of vessels in which there might be a direct communication between a small artery and a vein, though the two observers could not come to a final conclusion on the point." - August Krogh

"Music is important. It says things you heart can't say any other way, and in a language everyone speaks. Music crosses borders, turns smiles into frowns, and vice versa. These observations are shared with a hope: that, when schools cut back on music classes, they really think about what they're doing - and don't take music for granted." - Dan Rather

"When I drive, I check out everything I see, and just taking in all those observations helps me think. So I draw and write a lot as I drive, and I know that's dangerous, but I manage to do it off to the side, with my notes on the seat." - Edward Ruscha

"Each of my novels has come from a different place, and the processes are not always entirely conscious. I have lived off and on in America for a number of years and so have accumulated observations, found things interesting, been moved to tell stories about them." - Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

"Difficulties arise when reported observations seem to conflict with 'facts' that the majority of scientists accept as established and immutable. Scientists tend to reject conflicting observations.....Nevertheless, the history of science shows that new observations and theories can eventually prevail." - Ian Stevenson

"Hard life goes on." - John Reed (novelist)

"Life goes on" - Unknown

"I wish that one would be persuaded that psychological experiments, especially those on the complex functions, are not improved [by large studies]; the statistical method gives only mediocre results; some recent examples demonstrate that. The American authors, who love to do things big, often publish experiments that have been conducted on hundreds and thousands of people; they instinctively obey the prejudice that the persuasiveness of a work is proportional to the number of observations. This is only an illusion." - Alfred Binet

"Cristina Eisenberg weaves her observations as a scientist and her personal experiences afield into a resonant account about the web of life that links humans to the natural world. Grounded in best science, inspired by her intimate knowledge of the wolves she studies, she offers us a luminous portrait of the ecological relationships that are essential for our well-being in a rapidly changing world. The Wolf's Tooth calls for a conservation vision that involves rewilding the earth and honoring all our relations." - Brenda Peterson

"A theory is just a mathematical model to describe the observations." - Karl Popper

"I can envision observations and experiments that would disprove any evolutionary theory I know." - Stephen Jay Gould

"I never gossip. I observe. And then relay my observations to practically everyone." - Gail Carriger

"We fail in even the simplest of all scientific observations-nobody looks up anymore." - Neil Degrasse Tyson

"Wrong hypotheses, rightly worked from, have produced more useful results than unguided observations." - Augustus De Morgan

"Objectivity is the delusion that observations could be made without an observer." - Heinz von Foerster

"Genius makes its observations in shorthand; talent writes them out at length." - Christian Nestell Bovee

"Men are more apt to be mistaken in their generalizations than in their particular observations." - Niccolo Machiavelli

"Observations not only disturb what is to be measured, they produce it." - Pascual Jordan

"I am not accustomed to saying anything with certainty after only one or two observations." - Andreas Vesalius

"I need to write down my observations. Even the tiniest ones; they're the most important." - Tove Jansson

"Science is beautiful when it makes simple explanations of phenomena or connections between different observations." - Stephen Hawking

"Measurements, observations, descriptions can only be considered scientific when they are independently confirmed by other people." - Jose Padilha

"She wrote to him fairly regularly, from a paradise of triple exclamation points and inaccurate observations." - J D Salinger

"One finds the truth by making a hypothesis and comparing observations with the hypothesis." - David Douglass

"To observations which ourselves we make, we grow more partial for th' observer's sake." - Alexander Pope

"I think there's value in experience and observations that link past to present." - Bill Kurtis

"Genius makes its observations in short-hand; talent writes them out at length." - Christian Nestell Bovee

"Nothing comes out more clearly in astronomical observations than the immense activity of the universe." - Maria Mitchell

"Science progresses best when observations force us to alter our preconceptions." - Vera Rubin

"The fundamental difficulty in myothermic observations is the smallness of the changes involved and their rapidity." - Archibald Hill

"Those who have the command of the arms in a country are masters of the state, and have it in their power to make what revolutions they please. [Thus,] there is no end to observations on the difference between the measures likely to be pursued by a minister backed by a standing army, and those of a court awed by the fear of an armed people." - Aristotle

"Scientific realism in classical (i.e. pre-quantum) physics has remained compatible with the naive realism of everyday thinking on the whole; whereas it has proven impossible to find any consistent way to visualize the world underlying quantum theory in terms of our pictures in the everyday world. The general conclusion is that in quantum theory naive realism, although necessary at the level of observations, fails at the microscopic level." - Ravi Gomatam

"If the new Universal History were also read, it would give a connected idea of human affairs, so far as it goes, which should be followed by the best modern histories, particularly of our mother country; then of these colonies; which should be accompanied with observations on their rise, increase, use to Great Britain, encouragements and discouragements, the means to make them flourish, and secure their liberties." - Benjamin Franklin

"The observations and encounters of a devotee of solitude and silence are at once less distinct and more penetrating than those of the sociable man; his thoughts are weightier, stranger, and never without a tinge of sadness. Images and perceptions which might otherwise be easily dispelled by a glance, a laugh, an exchange of comments, concern him unduly, they sink into mute depths, take on significance, become experiences, adventures, emotions." - Thomas Mann

"Laplace considers astronomy a science of observation, because we can only observe the movements of the planets; we cannot reach them, indeed, to alter their course and to experiment with them. "On earth," said Laplace, "we make phenomena vary by experiments; in the sky, we carefully define all the phenomena presented to us by celestial motion." Certain physicians call medicine a science of observations, because they wrongly think that experimentation is inapplicable to it." - Claude Bernard

"We must express the view, based on our empirical observations, that a substantial number of journalists are ignorant, lazy, opinionated, and intellectually dishonest. The profession is heavily cluttered with aged hacks toiling through a miasma of mounting decrepitude and often alcoholism, and even more so with arrogant and abrasive youngsters who substitute 'commitment' for insight. The product of their impassioned intervention in public affairs is more often confusion than lucidity." - Conrad Black

"One of my first observations about New York that I was so fascinated with was that you'd be at a stoplight and you're with everybody; there's a homeless dude and some weird celebrity and a cop and someone who looks exactly like you. You're on foot and everyone is at street level and eye-to-eye. I think that's what's special about New York, because there's no hierarchy, there's no discrimination." - Kevin Morby

"When I'm taking the subway to my improv shows I will be writing in my notebook different actions that I see people doing on the train whether it's eating yogurt or looking at where their stop is, or tripping or holding a baby. It's not preparing scenes and ideas as much as it is stoking your brain to think observantly. Just to place observations in your head, so that they are available somewhere." - Mike Birbiglia

"He who perceives in the spiritual world must know that at times Imaginations are assigned to him which at first he must forego understanding; he must receive them as Imaginations and let them ripen in his soul as such. In spiritual experience, much depends on a man having the patience to make observations, at first to simply accept them, and to wait with understanding them until the right moment arrives." - Rudolf Steiner

"Of course there is matter for remark in poems. Nobody denies that. But it must be solemnly laid on everybody in this world to make his own observations and remarks. That's what we mean by thinking, and that's about all we mean. A teacher says to a pupil "Watch me notice a few things in the next few months: let's see you notice a few things too."" - Robert Frost

"Life feeds on life... feeds on life feeds on life... this is neccesary... this is necessary life feeds on life... feeds on life" - Maynard James Keenan

"Get on with life because life gets on without you." - Zayn Malik

"Life turns on a dime." - Stephen King

"Zindagi migzara (life goes on)" - Khaled Hosseini

"Life and love go on..." - Stephenie Meyer

"Come on 'long prosperous life!'" - Mitch Hedberg

"Life goes faster on protein." - Martin H Fischer

"Science emerges from the other progressive activities of man to the extent that new concepts arise from experiments and observations, and that the new concepts in turn lead to further experiments and observations." - James Bryant Conant

"With each passing year, experimental observations further undermine the claim of a large positive feedback from water. In fact, observations suggest that the feedback is close to zero or may even be negative." - William Happer

"Through my observations, it became clear that most of society's rules and customs are rooted in fear and superstition!" - RuPaul

"Trust not my reading, nor my observations, Which with experimental seal do warrant The tenor of my book." - William Shakespeare

"Science is not infallible, but it has something religion lacks: a process of testing claims against real-world observations." - PZ Myers

"Experimental observations are only experience carefully planned in advance, and designed to form a secure basis of new knowledge." - Ronald Fisher

"History, human or geological, represents our hypothesis, couched in terms of past events, devised to explain our present-day observations." - M. King Hubbert

"Get growing. Back yourself and make mistakes. It's your mistakes and observations that are your greatest tutors." - Costa Georgiadis

"Through my own observations. I am convinced that an absolutely honest and direct inquiry into oneself will lead to understanding." - Bruce Lee

"They who depend upon manifest observations will philosophize better than those who persist in opinions repugnant to the senses." - Galileo Galilei

"The ability to make witty observations is commonly refered to as "cynism" by people who lack it." - George Bernard Shaw

"Every man is a valuable member of society, who, by his observations, researches, and experiments, procures knowledge for men," - James Smithson

"Observations indicate that the universe is expanding at an ever increasing rate. It will expand forever, getting emptier and darker." - Stephen Hawking



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