Arthur Eddington Quotes
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The mathematics is not there till we put it there.
Our model of Nature... should be like an engine with movable parts. We need not fix the position of any one lever; that is to be adjusted from time to time as the latest observations indicate. The aim of the theorist is to know the train of wheels which the lever sets in motion — that binding of the parts which is the soul of the engine.
I would rather believe in ghosts than in hyperbolic meteors.