Great Saying by Scientists

Genius is one percent inspiration 
and 99 percent perspiration
Thomas Alva Edison (1847-1931),
American inventor
If society has a technical need, that helps science forward more than ten universities.
Friedrich Engels, (1820-1895), 
German Social Philosopher and Revolutionary

The doors of wisdom are never shut
Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790),
Thinker, scientist and writer who coined the terms
positive and negative charge and invented lightning rods
which are still in us

All truths are easy to understand once they are discovered; the point is to discover them

Galileo Galilei (1564-1642), 
Italian Mathematician
My method of learning could be concluded in three words: “Strict, 
Serious, Thorough”. Through this scientific method of learning, not only should 
we learn from others, but also temper ourselves assiduously and consciously
Su Bu-qing (1902-2003)
Founder of the School of Differential Geometry in China
The First Principle Is That You Must Not Fool Yourself – And You Are The Easiest Person To Fool
Richard P. Feynman
the Nobel Prize in Physics 1965

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