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It always does seem to me that I am doing more work than I
should do. It is not that I object to the work, mind you;
I like work: it fascinates me. I can sit and look at it
for hours. I love to keep it by me: the idea of getting
rid of it nearly breaks my heart.
You cannot give me too much work; to accumulate work has almost become a passion with me: my study is so full of it now, that there is hardly an inch of room for any more. I shall have to throw out a wing soon.
And I am careful of my work, too. Why, some of the work that I have by me now has been in my possession for years and years, and there isn’t a finger-mark on it. I take a great pride in my work; I take it down now and then and dust it. No man keeps his work in a better state of preservation than I do.
But, though I crave for work, I still like to be fair. I do not ask for more than my proper share.
But I get it without asking for it — at least, so it appears to me — and this worries me. (Three Men in a Boat, by Jerome K. Jerome (Ch. xv))
Nie można wykluczyć, że atom składa się wyłącznie z promieniowania, które z niego wychodzi. Na nic zda sie twierdzenie, że promieniowanie może wychodzić z niczego. [...] Mówienie, że istnieje tam mała twarda bryłka, która jest elektronem czy protonem, to nieuprawnione przenoszenie na mikroświat zdroworozsądkowych pojęć wywiedzionych z dotyku.[...] "Materia" to wygodna formuła do opisywania tego, co dzieje się tam, gdzie jej nie ma. (Bertrand Russel: An outline of philosophy.)
Every phycicist thinks that he knows what a photon is... I spent my life to find out what a photon is and I still don't know it. (A. Einstein.)
... what is essential is invisible to the eye. (De Saint Exupery, Antoine: The Little Prince.)
We should expect an intention to reduce God to a system of differential equations... (Eddington, Sir Arthur Stanley: The Nature of the Physical World.)
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