Arthur C. Clarke Quotes - Page 2

  It is a good principle in science not to believe any 'fact'---however well attested---until it fits into some accepted frame of reference. Occasionally, of course, an observation can shatter the frame and force the construction of a new one, but that is extremely rare. Galileos and Einsteins seldom appear more than once per century, which is just as well for the equanimity of mankind.  
Arthur C. Clarke

Quotes by author Arthur C. Clarke


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