Quote of the Day

We have this terrible struggle to try to explain things to people who have no reason to want to know.

“We have this terrible struggle to try to explain things to people who have no reason to want to know.” — Richard Feynman, “What Is and What Should Be the Role of Scientific Culture in Modern Society,” Galileo Symposium, Italy (1964)

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Quote of the Day

It is of great value to acknowledge ignorance. It is a fact that when we make decisions in our life, we don’t necessarily know that we are making them correctly; we only think that we are doing the best we can — and that is what we should do.

“It is of great value to acknowledge ignorance. It is a fact that when we make decisions in our life, we don’t necessarily know that we are making them correctly; we only think that we are doing the best we can — and that is what we should do.” — Richard Feynman, The Pleasure of Finding Things Out