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Today in Science History - Quickie Quiz. He integrates empirically. Give a drawing showing the formation of one of each kind. Answer: You see a real image every morning when you shave. You do not see virtual images at all. The only people who see virtual images are those people who are not quite right, like Mrs. Virtual images are things which don't exist. I can't give you a reliable drawing of a virtual image, because I never saw one.
Oliver Lodge. Quoted in Henry B. Wheatley, Literary Blunders , , Question 6. Aphorisms trans. Franz H. Mautner and Henry Hatfield. In Fred R. Shall I,show it to you in my mirror? A solution for all its riddles? A light for you, too, you best-concealed, strongest, most intrepid, most midnightly men?
The Will to Power Notes written , book 4, no. Kaufmann and R. Hollingdale and ed. Kaufmann , Art, it is said, is not a mirror, but a hammer: it does not reflect, it shapes. It is when the illusion is penetrated that progress takes place. Likewise science cannot be regarded as a thing apart, to be studied, admired or ignored. Given any domain of thought in which the fundamental objective is a knowledge that transcends mere induction or mere empiricism, it seems quite inevitable that its processes should be made to conform closely to the pattern of a system free of ambiguous terms, symbols, operations, deductions; a system whose implications and assumptions are unique and consistent; a system whose logic confounds not the necessary with the sufficient where these are distinct; a system whose materials are abstract elements interpretable as reality or unreality in any forms whatsoever provided only that these forms mirror a thought that is pure.
I did enjoy the [CCNY geology] field trips. We went upstate and clambered over formations of synclines and anticlines. We had to diagram them, and figure out their mirror images. If you had an anticline here, you should be able to predict a complementing syncline bulging out somewhere else. Very satisfying when I got it right. Geology allowed me to display my brilliance to my non-college friends. Everybody knows the Hudson River's a river.
The Ice Age had depressed the riverbed to a depth that allowed the Atlantic Ocean to flood inland. Consequently, the lower Hudson was really a saltwater estuary. I think the light of science is so dazzling that it can be evaluated only by studying its reflection from the absorbing mirror of life; and life brings one back to wildness.
If you want to see an endangered species, get up and look in the mirror. As quoted on the nmspacemuseum. In August, , I exposed the sodium flame to large magnetic forces by placing it between the poles of a strong electromagnet.
Again I studied the radiation of the flame by means of Rowland's mirror, the observations being made in the direction perpendicular to the lines of force. Each line, which in the absence of the effect of the magnetic forces was very sharply defined, was now broadened.
This indicated that not only the original oscillations, but also others with greater and again others with smaller periods of oscillation were being radiated by the flame. The change was however very small. In an easily produced magnetic field it corresponded to a thirtieth of the distance between the two sodium lines, say two tenths of an Angstrom, a unit of measure whose name will always recall to physicists the meritorious work done by the father of my esteemed colleague.
In Nobel Lectures: Physics , In mathematics, which is but a mirror of the society in which it thrives or suffers, the pre-Athenian period is one of colorful men and important discoveries. Sparta, like most militaristic states before and after it, produced nothing. Athens, and the allied Ionians, produced a number of works by philosophers and mathematicians; some good, some controversial, some grossly overrated.
In our time this search [for extraterrestrial life] will eventually change our laws, our religions, our philosophies, our arts, our recreations, as well as our sciences. Space, the mirror, waits for life to come look for itself there. It is a right, yes a duty, to search in cautious manner for the numbers, sizes, and weights, the norms for everything [God] has created.
For He himself has let man take part in the knowledge of these things For these secrets are not of the kind whose research should be forbidden; rather they are set before our eyes like a mirror so that by examining them we observe to some extent the goodness and wisdom of the Creator.
Epitome of Copernican Astronomy. In Michael B. Foster, Mystery and Philosophy , Cited by Max Casper and Doris Hellman, trans. Kepler , Cited by Gerald J. Gerald J. It is impossible to disassociate language from science or science from language, because every natural science always involves three things: the sequence of phenomena on which the science is based; the abstract concepts which call these phenomena to mind; and the words in which the concepts are expressed.
To call forth a concept a word is needed; to portray a phenomenon a concept is needed. All three mirror one and the same reality. It is no secret that the moon has no light of her own, but is, as it were, a mirror, receiving brightness from the influence of the sun. As translated in Morris Hicky Morgan trans. Little mirrors were attached to the front of their cars, at which they glanced to see where they had been; then they stared ahead again.
I had thought that only beetles had this delusion of Progress. Le Guin. Man and science are two concave mirrors continually reflecting each other. Most impediments to scientific understanding are conceptual locks, not factual lacks.
Most difficult to dislodge are those biases that escape our scrutiny because they seem so obviously, even ineluctably, just. We know ourselves best and tend to view other creatures as mirrors of our own constitution and social arrangements. Aristotle, and nearly two millennia of successors, designated the large bee that leads the swarm as a king. Observation is like a piece of glass, which, as a mirror, must be very smooth, and must be very carefully polished, in order that it may reflect the image pure and undistorted.
Only in quiet waters things mirror themselves undistorted. Only in a quiet mind is adequate perception of the world. Quoted in Kim Lim ed. Psychogenesis has led to man. When for the first time in a living creature instinct perceived itself in its own mirror, the whole world took a pace forward. In Teilhard de Chardin and Bernard Wall trans. Speaking about symmetry, look out our window, and you may see a cardinal attacking its reflection in the window.
The cardinal is the only bird we have who often does this. If it has a nest nearby, the cardinal thinks there is another cardinal trying to invade its territory. It never realizes it is attacking its own reflection. The engineer is concerned to travel from the abstract to the concrete. He begins with an idea and ends with an object. He journeys from theory to practice. He explores nature with his telescopes or microscopes, or much more sophisticated techniques, and feeds into a computer what he finds or sees in an attempt to define mathematically its significance and relationships.
He travels from the real to the symbolic, from the concrete to the abstract. The scientist and the engineer are the mirror image of each other. Indeed, they are only to be expected. They are the direct consequences of human nature, rather than technology. Given a new invention, there will always be some people who see only its potential to do good, while others see new opportunities to commit crime or make money.
We can expect the same reactions to whatever new inventions appear in the twenty-first century. Today, we are repeatedly told that we are in the midst of a communications revolution. The inventor and the research man are confused because they both examine results of physical or chemical operations. But they are exact opposites, mirror images of one another. The research man does something and does not care [exactly] what it is that happens, he measures whatever it is. The inventor wants something to happen, but does not care how it happens or what it is that happens if it is not what he wants.
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Cheeky Kid is a cybernaut who spends a lot of time browsing the web, grasping at infinite information and reveling in entertainment and fun. Nowadays, many people love taking selfies. After all, the sky is the limit when it comes to human creativity.
Looking in the mirror to check if my tie is straight is a waste of my time. I only look in the mirror once a day, and that's in the morning when I shave. I learned early on, having known the most handsome, successful, Gary Cooper, Clark Gable, Robert Taylor, don't ever spend too much time looking in the mirror. I can't bear looking in the mirror - I guess that's why my hair looks like this.
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If you are fearful, a horse will back off. If you are calm and confident, it will come forward. For those who are often flattered or feared, the horse can be a welcome mirror of the best in human nature. Tags: nature , human , best , welcome , feared , flattered , often , those , forward. The next time you look into the mirror , just look at the way the ears rest next to the head; look at the way the hairline grows; think of all the little bones in your wrist. It is a miracle. And the dance is a celebration of that miracle. Tags: next , time , you , look , ears , rest , head , grows , think.
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I look for shapes in my face. Could I put a face in my tree, like a dryad from Greek mythology? Two muddy-circle eyes under black-dash eyebrows, piggy-nose nostrils, and a chewed-up horror of a mouth. Definitely not a dryad face.
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What do we see when we observe our reflection in the mirror? Do we like the person we see staring back at us or do we zero in on all our flaws? The girl in the mirror wasn't who I wanted to be and her life wasn't the one I wanted to have. I know that mirrors give us a false sense of confidence. I continued. The reflection that we see everyday has nothing to do with how others see us.
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Today in Science History - Quickie Quiz. He integrates empirically. Give a drawing showing the formation of one of each kind. Answer: You see a real image every morning when you shave. You do not see virtual images at all.
The mirror is the muse of many, be it authors, poets, artists, or musicians. Today, we have brought you a collection of mirror quotes from insightful minds to change the way you see its reflective surface. The mirror has an early history, dating back to BC in Anatolia, otherwise known as modern-day Turkey.
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