Saturday, January 16, 2010

Physics Quote of the Day (January 10 - January 16)

"Great physicists fight great battles." Jean-Pierre Vigier, born 16 January 1920.

"Physics is, hopefully, simple. Physicists are not." Edward Teller, born 15 January 1908.

"Life is made up of experiences, and the more experiences you have, the more you live." Gordon Shrum, born 14 January 1896.

"But it is not time for me to die; I have not yet finished my life's work." Jan Burgers, born 13 January 1895.

"When you recognize you may have made a mistake, admit it to yourself and go onto the next one. Don’t limit yourself to one. Don’t think this one idea is the only one you’re ever going to get and it was an epiphany." James Fergason, born 12 January 1934.

"The trouble with theorists is, they never pay attention to the experiments!" Valentine Telegdi, born 11 January 1922.

"Cosmology is a science which has only a few observable facts to work with." Robert Woodrow Wilson, born 10 January 1936.

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