„Learn the ABC of science before you try to ascend to its summit.“

—  Ivan Pavlov, Bequest to the Academic Youth of Soviet Russia (1936).
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„Translation: For naught that we call science,
If there be none to teach.
Can by its own endeavours
The highest summit reach.“

—  Guido Guinizzelli Italian poet 1230 - 1276
(Che) nessuna scienza Senz’ ammaestratura Non saglie in grande altura Per proprio sentimento. Canzone. (Poeti del Primo Secolo, Firenze, 1816, Vol. I, p. 83). Translation reported in Harbottle's Dictionary of quotations French and Italian (1904), p. 369.

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„If you have a theory, you must try to explain what’s good and what’s bad about it equally. In science, you learn a kind of standard integrity and honesty.“

—  Richard Feynman American theoretical physicist 1918 - 1988
Context: The only way to have real success in science, the field I’m familiar with, is to describe the evidence very carefully without regard to the way you feel it should be. If you have a theory, you must try to explain what’s good and what’s bad about it equally. In science, you learn a kind of standard integrity and honesty. "Afterthoughts," p. 217-218

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„If you sense a deep human need, then you go back to all the basic science. If there is some missing, then you try to do more basic science and applied science until you get it.“

—  Edwin H. Land American scientist and inventor 1909 - 1991
Context: If you sense a deep human need, then you go back to all the basic science. If there is some missing, then you try to do more basic science and applied science until you get it. So you make the system to fulfill that need, rather than starting the other way around, where you have something and wonder what to do with it. As quoted in Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, Vol. 146, no. 1, (March 2002), p. 115

„Teach to learn. Watch yourself before you teach.“

—  Baba Hari Dass master yogi, author, builder, commentator of Indian spiritual tradition 1923
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„The bird has learned this art of equilibrium, and learned it so thoroughly that its skill is not apparent to our sight. We only learn to appreciate it when we try to imitate it.“

—  Wilbur Wright American aviation pioneer 1867 - 1912
Context: The person who merely watches the flight of a bird gathers the impression that the bird has nothing to think of but the flapping of its wings. As a matter of fact this is a very small part of its mental labor. To even mention all the things the bird must constantly keep in mind in order to fly securely through the air would take a considerable part of the evening. If I take this piece of paper, and after placing it parallel with the ground, quickly let it fall, it will not settle steadily down as a staid, sensible piece of paper ought to do, but it insists on contravening every recognized rule of decorum, turning over and darting hither and thither in the most erratic manner, much after the style of an untrained horse. Yet this is the style of steed that men must learn to manage before flying can become an everyday sport. The bird has learned this art of equilibrium, and learned it so thoroughly that its skill is not apparent to our sight. We only learn to appreciate it when we try to imitate it. Speech to the Western Society of Engineers (18 September 1901); published in the Journal of the Western Society of Engineers (December 1901); republished with revisions by the author for the Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution (1902) http://invention.psychology.msstate.edu/i/Wrights/library/Aeronautical.html

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