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Thursday, December 11, 2008

Crescat Scientia

"Nine tenths of modern science is in this respect the same: it is the produce of men whom their contemporaries thought dreamers -- who were laughed at for caring what did not concern them -- who, as the proverb went, 'walked into a well from looking at the stars' -- who were believed to be useless, if anyone could be such." Walter Bagehot, The English Constitution, 1867.

The banker asks "how much?" The scientist asks "how come?"

To err is human, to make a habit of it is science.


Anonymous Lee said...

Lolol, probably Einstein could not manage to program a cell phone either. Takes a teenager to do that! Good cartoon, John C.

9:52 AM  
Anonymous Jean said...

LOL great cartoon... clever commentary John!

1:28 PM  

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