Top Ten Charismatic Richard Feynman Quotes That Inspire One to Pursue SciencePositronWildhawk Feynman, being one of the greatest scientific minds of all time, and also my role model, is the person who, once you even scrape against his works, makes you eager and determined to pursue science. Everything about him has inspired me immensely, and with this list, I hope to share this enthusiasm.
The Top Ten
In this quote he says quite much, about what matters or doesn't matter, you just have to live and enjoy it with what it comes - MatrixGuy
Ok thanks to my "Aspergers" *cringes* I tend to notice small details but I thought I was making odd observations all that's because I am a science whiz but I am but it's a different reason as I stated before I tend to notice small details and that's how I sense in the layers of the sacred cosmos! - Kevinsidis
Exactly. Creating your own principles without any basis and based on only assumptions, is something I can never take it for truth. - Kiteretsunu
This is actually a nice quote. Sometimes you are better off not knowing - or staying ignorant in my case. - Britgirl
If I ever feel discouraged in life, I often memorise this quote. - PositronWildhawk
In other words, complicated names for things say very little. What we observe is what is fascinating. - PositronWildhawk
I really like this one. The mixture of emotions generated when you find something interesting to you, is wonderful. - keyson
And new discoveries will never cease to happen. - Kiteretsunu
Think twice, no, more than twice about this one. What is it love for? - PositronWildhawk
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2. I think it's much more interesting to live not knowing than to have answers which might be wrong.
3. Hell, if I could explain it to the average person, I wouldn't have been worth the Nobel prize.