Celia Green Quotes

Celia Green Quotes: What appear to be the most valuable aspects of the theoretical physics we have are the mathematical descriptions which enable us to predict events. These equations are, we would argue, the only realities we can be certain of in physics; any other ways we have of thinking about the situation are visual aids or mnemonics which make it easier for beings with our sort of macroscopic experience to use and remember the equations.
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Celia Green Quote: When someone says his conclusions are objective, he means that they are based on prejudices which many other people share.
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Quotes about Celia Green: The psychology of committees is a special case of the psychology of mobs.
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Quote about Celia Green: Young people wonder how the adult world can be so boring. The secret is that it is not boring to adults because they have learnt to enjoy simple things like covert malice at one another's expense.
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Celia Green Sayings: Physics has never been a comfortable subject for human psychology. The desire to regard everything outside the human race's purview as insignificant, and everything within that purview as firmly under the control of tribal myth and custom, is as strong today as it was in the time of Galileo.
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