It’s so easy to do scientific research: you’ll always come up with something.
All creation is based on something. Nothing gets created out of a thin air.
The difference between cheap and more expensive things is usually quality.
Radical ideas never succeed. At first.
Water on Earth’s surface means that it’s alive, and is sweating.
Slower the heartbeat, the longer the life.
The only knowledge worth knowing is utilitarian in nature. Everything else is superfluous.
This is how it works: let’s start with atoms, electrons, quarks, and we go up: more and more complex structures appear. At the same time, those more complex structures are part of something even more complex, etc. Eventually, it turns into a funnel and reverses, so that even the most complex structures become part of the simplest ones. I mean, it all goes around in circles.
The end of science comes when science becomes a religion. “Believing” is at the base of both.
Earth as a big recycle bin. It recycled everything, so far, and will recycle us, humans, as well…