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Great Discovery quotes by William F. Buckley Jr.
#1. Halfway through the second term of Franklin Roosevelt, the New Deal braintrusters began to worry about mounting popular concern over the national debt. In those days the size of the national debt was on everyone's mind. Indeed, Franklin Roosevelt had talked himself into office, in 1932, in part by promising to hack away at a debt which, even under the frugal Mr. Hoover, the people tended to think of as grown to menacing size. Mr. Roosevelt's wisemen worried deeply about the mounting tension ...

And then, suddenly, the academic community came to the rescue. Economists across the length and breadth of the land were electrified by a theory of debt introduced in England by John Maynard Keynes. The politicians wrung their hands in gratitude. Depicting the intoxicating political consequences of Lord Keynes's discovery, the wry cartoonist of the Washington Times Herald drew a memorable picture. In the center, sitting on a throne in front of a Maypole, was a jubilant FDR, cigarette tilted almost vertically, a grin on his face that stretched from ear to ear. Dancing about him in a circle, hands clasped together, their faces glowing with ecstasy, the braintrusters, vested in academic robes, sang the magical incantation, the great discovery of Lord Keynes: "We owe it to ourselves." With five talismanic words, the planners had disposed of the problem of deficit spending. Anyone thenceforward who worried about an increase in the national debt was just plain ignorant of the cent #Quote by William F. Buckley Jr.
Great Discovery quotes by Josephine Tey
#2. A man--Buck--wrote a vindication in the seventeenth-century, and Horace Walpole in the eighteenth, and someone named Markham in the nineteenth ... "

"And who in the twentieth?"

"No one that I know of."

"Then what's wrong with your doing it?"

"But it wont' be the same, don't you see? It won't be a great discovery."

He said it in capitals. A GREAT DISCOVERY.

Grant smiled at him.

"Oh, come, you can't expect to pick GREAT DISCOVERIES off bushes. If you can't be a pioneer what's wrong with leading a crusade?"

"A crusade?


"Against what?"

"Tonypandy. #Quote by Josephine Tey
Great Discovery quotes by Georges Bernanos
#3. And now she was thinking of her own death, with her heart gripped not by fear but by the excitement of a great discovery, the feeling that she was about to learn what she had been unable to learn from her brief experience of love. What she thought about death was childish, but what could never have touched her in the past now filled her with poignant tenderness, as sometimes a familiar face we see suddenly with the eyes of love makes us aware that it has been dearer to us than life itself for longer than we have ever realized. #Quote by Georges Bernanos
Great Discovery quotes by William Thomson, 1st Baron Kelvin
#4. Oersted would never have made his great discovery of the action of galvanic currents on magnets had he stopped in his researches to consider in what manner they could possibly be turned to practical account; and so we would not now be able to boast of the wonders done by the electric telegraphs. Indeed, no great law in Natural Philosophy has ever been discovered for its practical implications, but the instances are innumerable of investigations apparently quite useless in this narrow sense of the word which have led to the most valuable results. #Quote by William Thomson, 1st Baron Kelvin
Great Discovery quotes by Alan Bradley
#5. Mediocrity, I discovered, was the great camouflage; the great protective coloring. Those boys who did not fail, yet did not excel, were left alone, free of the demands of the master who might wish to groom them for glory and of the school bully who might make them his scapegoat. That simple fact was the first great discovery of my life. #Quote by Alan Bradley
Great Discovery quotes by Joseph Lewis
#6. Anesthesia was discovered. Do you know what it means to relieve man of his pain and suffering? Anesthesia is the most humane of all of man's accomplishments, and what a merciful accomplishment it was. For this great discovery we are indebted to Dr. W. T. G. Morton.

Do you know that the religionists opposed the use of anesthesia on the ground that God sent pain as a punishment for sin, and it was considered the greatest of sacrileges to use it - just think of it, a sin to relieve man of his misery! What a monstrous perversion! This one instance alone should convince you of the difference in believing in God or not.

No believer in God would have spent his energies to discover anesthesia. He would have been in mortal fear of the wrath of his God for interfering with his 'divine plan,' of making man suffer for having eaten of the fruit of the 'Tree of Knowledge.'

The very crux of the matter is in this one instance. Man seeks to relieve his fellow man from the suffering of disease and the pangs of mental agony. The believers in God are content that man's suffering is ordained, and therefore he accepts life and its trials and tribulations as a penance for living.

The fear of the wrath of God has been a stumbling block to progress. #Quote by Joseph Lewis
Great Discovery quotes by Tove Jansson
#7. There weren't so very many good boxes on this beach," said Sniff. "But I've made a great discovery."
"What was that?" asked Moomintroll, for a discovery (next to Mysterious Paths, Bathing, and Secrets) was what he liked most of all. Sniff paused and then said dramatically:
"A cave!"
"A real cave," asked Moomintroll, "with a hole to creep in through, and rocky walls, and a sandy floor?"
"Everything!" answered Sniff proudly. "A real cave that I found myself."
"That's splendid!" said Moomintroll. "Wonderful news. A cave is much better than a box. #Quote by Tove Jansson
Great Discovery quotes by Thomas Carlyle
#8. There is a great discovery still to be made in literature, that of paying literary men by the quantity they do not write. #Quote by Thomas Carlyle
Great Discovery quotes by Marie Rutkoski
#9. One of the things that always fascinated me about the Renaissance was that it was a time both of great scientific discovery and also of superstition and belief in magic. And so it was a period in which Galileo invented the telescope, but also a time when hundreds were burned at the stake because people thought they were witches. #Quote by Marie Rutkoski
Great Discovery quotes by Ralph Waldo Emerson
#10. We early arrive at the great discovery that there is one mind common to all individual men: that what is individual is less than what is universalthat error, vice and disease have their seat in the superficial or individual nature. #Quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson
Great Discovery quotes by Stephen Jay Gould
#11. [In natural history,] great discovery often requires a map to a hidden mine filled with gems then easily gathered by conventional tools, not a shiny new space-age machine for penetrating previously inaccessible worlds. #Quote by Stephen Jay Gould
Great Discovery quotes by Terence McKenna
#12. Apparently there is a great discovery or insight which our culture is deliberately designed to suppress, distort, and ignore. That is that nature is some kind of minded entity. That nature is not simply the random flight of atoms through electromagnetic fields. Nature is not the empty, despiritualized , lumpen matter that we inherit from modern physics. But it is instead a kind of intelligence, a kind of mind. #Quote by Terence McKenna
Great Discovery quotes by Wilder Dwight Bancroft
#13. We can distinguish three groups of scientific men. In the first and very small group we have the men who discover fundamental relations. Among these are van't Hoff, Arrhenius and Nernst. In the second group we have the men who do not make the great discovery but who see the importance and bearing of it, and who preach the gospel to the heathen. Ostwald stands absolutely at the head of this group. The last group contains the rest of us, the men who have to have things explained to us. #Quote by Wilder Dwight Bancroft
Great Discovery quotes by John Godfrey Saxe
#14. God bless the man who first invented sleep! So Sancho Panza said and so say I; And bless him, also, that he didn't keep His great discovery to himself, nor try To make it, as the lucky fellow might A close monopoly by patent-right. #Quote by John Godfrey Saxe
Great Discovery quotes by John Zorn
#15. Eye was a great discovery. He is one of the great vocalists of all time. #Quote by John Zorn
Great Discovery quotes by Samuel Warren Carey
#16. Do not expect to be hailed as a hero when you make your great discovery. More likely you will be a ratbag-maybe failed by your examiners. Your statistics, or your observations, or your literature study, or your something else will be patently deficient. Do not doubt that in our enlightened age the really important advances are and will be rejected more often than acclaimed. Nor should we doubt that in our own professional lifetime we too will repudiate with like pontifical finality the most significant insight ever to reach our desk. #Quote by Samuel Warren Carey
Great Discovery quotes by Osunsakin Adewale
#17. Behind great discovery three values are the rudiments; inspiration , motivation and determination. To be a succesful general , you must be inspired, motivated and determined . #Quote by Osunsakin Adewale
Great Discovery quotes by Isaac Newton
#18. No great discovery was ever made without a bold guess. #Quote by Isaac Newton
Great Discovery quotes by Alfred Adler
#19. It was only because men learned to cooperate that we could make the great discovery of the division of labor; a discovery which is the chief security for the welfare of mankind. To preserve human life would not be possible if each individual attempted to wrest a living from the earth by himself with no cooperation and no results of cooperation in the past. Through the division of labor we can use the results of many different kinds of training and organize many different abilities so that all of them contribute to the common welfare and guarantee relief from insecurity and increased opportunity for all the members of society. It #Quote by Alfred Adler
Great Discovery quotes by Mitch Lasky
#20. Everyone talks about discovery, but I really believe that great content finds its audience. #Quote by Mitch Lasky
Great Discovery quotes by John Tyndall
#21. His [Faraday's] third great discovery is the Magnetization of Light, which I should liken to the Weisshorn among mountains-high, beautiful, and alone. #Quote by John Tyndall
Great Discovery quotes by Plato
#22. At the Egyptian city of Naucratis there was a famous old god whose name was Theuth; the bird which is called the Ibis was sacred to him, and he was the inventor of many arts, such as arithmetic and calculation and geometry and astronomy and draughts and dice, but his great discovery was the use of letters. #Quote by Plato
Great Discovery quotes by H.G.Wells
#23. That is the germ of my great discovery. But you are wrong to say that we cannot move about in Time. For instance, if I am recalling an incident very vividly I go back to the instant of its occurrence: I become absent-minded, as you say. I jump back for a moment. Of course we have no means of staying back for any length of Time, any more than a savage or an animal has of staying six feet above the ground. But a civilized man is better off than the savage in this respect. He can go up against gravitation in a balloon, and why should he not hope that ultimately he may be able to stop or accelerate his drift along the Time-Dimension, or even turn about and travel the other way? #Quote by H.G.Wells
Great Discovery quotes by Charles De Lint
#24. Time had ceased to feel linear. She looked up through the crisscrossing branches, thick with buds, into the night sky. The stars tugged at her gaze, trying to pull her up among them, or she was pulling them down to her. She was on the verge of some great discovery, she realized, but she had no idea what it was, what it related to, whether it even had anything to do with her at all. Was she a participant, or an observer? Did the world center around her, or could it carry on quite easily without her input? Looking up at those stars, feeling the embrace of their light as it enfolded her, she felt both small and large, as though everything mattered and nothing did. When someone crouched down beside her it took years for her to turn her head to see who it was. All she could make out was a dark shape, a vague outline of head and shoulders silhouetted against the stars, the rest of the body lost in the shadows of the rose bushes. #Quote by Charles De Lint
Great Discovery quotes by Deyth Banger
#25. I still remember what my father said "There are on the stadium 22 idiots, which are running after ball.". From where did he knew that??
He knew it from guarding the stadium, so my question is why we don't watch how a dog catch a ball?
But we watch 22 idiots running after the ball??
What are the differences??
That the dog can't kick the ball, but the humanity can?? - Wow, wow that's a great discovery for a dumb person! #Quote by Deyth Banger
Great Discovery quotes by Robert Anton Wilson
#26. That night he wrote in his diary, "Challenge a remaining taboo." It was that simple. He had always wanted to understand genius, and now he had the formula. Freud, living in an age that prized its own seeming rationality, had found one of the remaining taboos and dared to think beyond it: he discovered infant sexuality and the unconscious, among other things. Galileo had gone beyond the taboo "Thou shalt not question Aristotle." Every great discovery had been the breaking of a taboo. #Quote by Robert Anton Wilson
Great Discovery quotes by William Ralph Inge
#27. The great discovery of the nineteenth century, that we are of one blood with the lower animals, has created new ethical obligations which have not yet penetrated the public conscience. The clerical profession has been lamentably remiss in preaching this obvious duty. #Quote by William Ralph Inge
Great Discovery quotes by Lee Smolin
#28. The entropy of the hot radiation she observes as a result of her acceleration turns out to be exactly proportional to the area of her horizon! This relationship between the area of a horizon and entropy was discovered by a Ph.D. student named Jacob Bekenstein, who was working at Princeton at about the time that Bill Unruh made his great discovery. Both were students of John Wheeler who a few years before had given the black hole its name. Bekenstein and Unruh were in a long line of remarkable students Wheeler trained, which included Richard Feynman. #Quote by Lee Smolin
Great Discovery quotes by Joseph Chilton Pearce
#29. A friend said, "Ah, I get it. All of my life I have gone into every next event asking, in effect, What's in it for me? Now I see that what I must do is go into every event asking, What can I do for them?" And my friend had grievously missed the point. The great discovery is that we have nothing to give at all to anyone, anywhere. #Quote by Joseph Chilton Pearce
Great Discovery quotes by Richard P. Feynman
#30. If you can find any other view of the world which agrees over the entire range where things have already been observed, but disagrees somewhere else, you have made a great discovery. #Quote by Richard P. Feynman
Great Discovery quotes by David Quammen
#31. Two men, on opposite sides of the world, had made the same great discovery at the same time. #Quote by David Quammen
Great Discovery quotes by George Henry Lewes
#32. No man ever made a great discovery without the exercise of the imagination. #Quote by George Henry Lewes
Great Discovery quotes by Charles Dickens
#33. At length it became high time to remember the first clause of that great discovery made by the ancient philosopher, for securing health, riches, and wisdom; the infallibility of which has been for generations verified by the enormous fortunes constantly amassed by chimney-sweepers and other persons who get up early and go to bed betimes. #Quote by Charles Dickens
Great Discovery quotes by Will Durant
#34. In my youth I stressed freedom, and in my old age I stress order. I have made the great discovery that liberty is a product of order. #Quote by Will Durant
Great Discovery quotes by Gilles Deleuze
#35. The great discovery of psychoanalysis was that of the production of desire, of the production of the unconscious. But once Oedipus entered the picture, the discovery was soon buried beneath the new brand of idealism: a classical theater was substituted for the unconscious as a factory: representation was substituted for the units of production of the unconscious; and an unconscious that was capable of nothing but expressing itself – in myth, tragedy, dreams – was substituted for the productive unconscious #Quote by Gilles Deleuze
Great Discovery quotes by Judy Garland
#36. When you get to know a lot of people, you make a great discovery. You find that no one group has a monopoly on looks, brains, goodness or anything else. It takes all the people - black and white, Catholic, Jewish and Protestant, recent immigrants and Mayflower descendants - to make up America. #Quote by Judy Garland
Great Discovery quotes by Harvey MacKay
#37. We start out as pretty creative beings ... Children let their imaginations take them to place they've never seen and do things that seem impossible. We encourage it as fun and playtime, but we should celebrate it as the potential for great discovery and accomplishment. #Quote by Harvey MacKay
Great Discovery quotes by Jamaica Kincaid
#38. I swim in a shaft of light, upside down, and I can see myself clearly, through and through, from every angle. Perhaps I stand on the brink of a great discovery. #Quote by Jamaica Kincaid
Great Discovery quotes by George Polya
#39. A great discovery solves a great problem, but there is a grain of discovery in the solution of any problem. Your problem may be modest, but if it challenges your curiosity and brings into play your inventive faculties, and if you solve it by your own means, you may experience the tension and enjoy the triumph of discovery. #Quote by George Polya
Great Discovery quotes by Emma Cline
#40. For a moment, I tried to see myself through the eyes of the girl with the black hair, or even the boy in the cowboy hat, studying my features for a vibration under the skin. The effort was visible in my face, and I felt ashamed. No wonder the boy had seemed disgusted: He must have seen the longing in me. Seen how my face was blatant with need, like an orphan's empty dish. And that was the difference between me and the black-haired girl- her face answered all it's own questions. #Quote by Emma Cline
Great Discovery quotes by Jon Krakauer
#41. Everett was strange,' Sleight concedes. 'Kind of different. But him and McCandless, at least they tried to follow their dream. That's what was great about them. They tried. Not many do.' (pg. 96) #Quote by Jon Krakauer
Great Discovery quotes by Aslan Maskhadov
#42. It would be easier to fight the Russian army, and it would give me great satisfaction, but I have a responsibility to my people #Quote by Aslan Maskhadov
Great Discovery quotes by Celeste Ng
#43. Whenever he remembered this moment, it lasted forever: a flash of complete separateness as Lydia disappeared beneath the surface. Crouched on the dock, he had a glimpse of the future: without her, he would be completely alone. In the instant after, he knew it would change nothing. He could feel the ground still tipping beneath him. Even without Lydia, the world would not level. He and his parents and their lives would spin into the space where she had been. They would be sucked into the vacuum she left behind.

More than this: the second he touched her, he knew that he had misunderstood everything. When his palms hit her shoulders, when the water closed over her head, Lydia had felt relief so great she had sighed in a deep choking lungful. She had staggered so readily, fell so eagerly, that she and Nath both knew: that she felt it, too, this pull she now exerted, and didn't want it. That the weight of everything tilting toward her was too much. #Quote by Celeste Ng
Great Discovery quotes by Mart Laar
#44. The flat tax I got on my first meeting with Margaret Thatcher, who I admired very much and who was a great admirer of Milton Friedman. I met her first when I had been prime minister I think for some months and so on, and when I told her what I am planning to do, she looked at me with these big eyes and said "you are one brave young man." And then a little bit introduced me on the realities of the Western world on which I was not very well informed. But I didn't stop. #Quote by Mart Laar
Great Discovery quotes by Peter Mayle
#45. When I was very young in London, I had a bank account, which didn't have a great deal in it. I should think at least every three months the bank manager would call me up and threaten to strangle me because I had no money, and I was writing checks. #Quote by Peter Mayle
Great Discovery quotes by Ron Chernow
#46. His military triumphs had been neither frequent nor epic in scale. He had lost more battles than he had won, had botched several through strategic blunders, and had won at Yorktown only with the indispensable aid of the French Army and fleet. But he was a different kind of general fighting a different kind of war, and his military prowess cannot be judged by the usual scorecard of battles won and lost. His fortitude in keeping the impoverished Continental Army intact was a major historic accomplishment. It always stood on the brink of dissolution, and Washington was the one figure who kept it together, the spiritual and managerial genius of the whole enterprise: he had been resilient in the face of every setback, courageous in the face of every danger. He was that rare general who was great between battles and not just during them. #Quote by Ron Chernow
Great Discovery quotes by Seamus Heaney
#47. Tom Sleigh's poetry is hard-earned and well founded. I great admire the way it refuses to cut emotional corners and yet achieves a sense of lyric absolution. #Quote by Seamus Heaney
Great Discovery quotes by Charlie Chaplin
#48. Sound has spoiled the most ancient of the world's arts, the art of pantomime, and has canceled out the great beauty that is silence. #Quote by Charlie Chaplin
Great Discovery quotes by Paulo Coelho
#49. One evening, for example, he was troubled because he could no longer tell whether or not his actions were pleasing to God. He went to see the bishop and asked what he should do.
'Abraham took in strangers, and God was happy,' came the reply. 'Elijah disliked strangers, and God was happy. David was proud of what he was doing, and God was happy. The publican before the alter was ashamed of what he did, and God was happy. John the Baptist went out into the desert, and God was happy. Paul went to the great cities of the Roman Empire, and God was happy. How can one know what will please the Almighty? Do what your heart commands, and God will be happy. #Quote by Paulo Coelho
Great Discovery quotes by Steven Barnes
#50. Their eyes met again, and this time there were no great answers there, only questions that would never be satisfied. A #Quote by Steven Barnes
Great Discovery quotes by Elyn Saks
#51. Some people say I'm unique, that there aren't other people with schizophrenia like me. Well, there are people like me out there, but the stigma is so great that they don't come forward. #Quote by Elyn Saks
Great Discovery quotes by Hannah Fox
#52. These games inspire laughter, spontaneity, ensemble building, physical and vocal expression, concentration, self-discovery/reflection, self-esteem, and, ultimately, I believe, good health. They get adults, and teenagers too, playing again, which is no small feat. #Quote by Hannah Fox
Great Discovery quotes by Linji Yixuan
#53. The real being, with no status, is always going in and out through the doors of your face. #Quote by Linji Yixuan
Great Discovery quotes by Dahlia Lithwick
#54. I just don't think we think about jurists as rock stars or great thinkers, particularly in the political world. #Quote by Dahlia Lithwick
Great Discovery quotes by Colleen Atwood
#55. I always carry pictures of my children and grandchildren, which is what makes it all worthwhile. It's great fun that my grandkids get to see the costumes in Alice in Wonderland or a doll with grandma's dress. #Quote by Colleen Atwood
Great Discovery quotes by Randy S. Woodley
#56. Monotheistic peoples have prayed to the Creator of all things for millennia without ever knowing the Second Testament claim that Jesus Christ is the historic Creator. Put simply, if indigenous people have been praying the Creator and the Creator is Christ, to whom have the been praying? Asked in another way, since there exist among indigenous peoples numerous testimonies of the creator's intervention and blessing in their lives, with whom have they been in relationship?
Certainly a broader missional view would have been good news to such people. Instead, indigenous peoples were most often told by Euro-western missionaries that they worshiped another god. One also wonders what has been the effect of a theology that separates the Creator-Son and Savior/Restorer of all things? Such an imbalance has prevented western theologians from understanding a broader view of salvation that has helped maintain a dualism that prevents people from understanding that all creation, together, comes under the covering of Christ's universal restoration.
Based on the past missional perspectives, the result of such an imbalanced theology is apparent -- a weak salvation theology equals a weak god. A weak god is not great enough to reach all peoples everywhere or able to restore all creation. The god of western mission has too often been capricious, carrying with him an exceptionalist theology that favors the categories and conclusions of the Euro-western world. Perhaps God is greater than t #Quote by Randy S. Woodley
Great Discovery quotes by Margot Lee Shetterly
#57. What she wouldn't have given for her father to see her - to see his baby girl who used to count the stars now sending men to travel among them. Joshua Coleman knew as if from second sight that Katherine, his brilliant, charismatic, inquisitive youngest child - a black girl from rural West Virginia, born at a time when the odds were more likely that she would die before age thirty-five than even finish high school - would somehow, someday, unite her story with the great epic of America. And #Quote by Margot Lee Shetterly
Great Discovery quotes by Tahmoh Penikett
#58. L.A.'s a great city in a lot of ways. There's a lot of great weather here. I know some good people. #Quote by Tahmoh Penikett
Great Discovery quotes by John Fowles
#59. The supposed great misery of our century is the lack of time; our sense of that, not a disinterested love of science, and certainly not wisdom, is why we devote such a huge proportion of the ingenuity and income of our societies to finding faster ways of doing things - as if the final aim of mankind was to grow closer not to a perfect humanity, but to a perfect lightning-flash. #Quote by John Fowles
Great Discovery quotes by Benjamin Disraeli
#60. Like all great travellers, I have seen more than I remember and remember more than I have seen. #Quote by Benjamin Disraeli
Great Discovery quotes by Nellie L. McClung
#61. It makes a great difference to a speaker whether he has something to say, or has to say something. #Quote by Nellie L. McClung
Great Discovery quotes by Rumi
#62. God writes spiritual Mysteries on our heart, where they wait silently for discovery. #Quote by Rumi
Great Discovery quotes by Jane Jacobs
#63. Does anyone suppose that, in real life, answers to any of the great questions that worry us today are going to come out of homogeneous settlements? #Quote by Jane Jacobs
Great Discovery quotes by C.S. Lewis
#64. the devil loves 'curing' a small fault by giving you a great one. #Quote by C.S. Lewis
Great Discovery quotes by Margot Bickel
#65. It is too simple
to pet a stray dog
then watch it run under a car
and say it wasn't mine

It is too simple
to admire a rose
then pick it and forget
to put water in the vase

It is too simple
to use a person
for loving without love
then leave him standing alone
and say I don't know him

It is too simple
to know one's flaws
then live them at great cost to others
and say that's just the way I am

It is too simple
the way we sometimes live our lives
for after all life simply is
a serious matter #Quote by Margot Bickel
Great Discovery quotes by Scott Hamilton
#66. And so figure skating was a great vehicle for me to kind of be competitive at something, without having to be big. #Quote by Scott Hamilton
Great Discovery quotes by Erica Ariel Fox
#67. A meal becomes good by starting with quality instructions. It becomes great when you add a quality chef. #Quote by Erica Ariel Fox
Great Discovery quotes by Peter Davis
#68. It's beautiful to transcend generations and to just be inside an artistic work, together, enjoying what only a great artistic work can provide. #Quote by Peter Davis
Great Discovery quotes by Kevin Smith
#69. This is not an industry in which you curl up in a ball and shy away from the realities. It's a time to scream to the clouds that we're here and we've got great values and great prices. What better time to do that than the Super Bowl? #Quote by Kevin Smith

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