James Clerk Maxwell Quote

If we are to ever discover the laws of nature, we must do so by obtaining the most accurate acquaintance with the facts of nature, and not by dressing up in philosophical language the loose opinions of men who had no knowledge of the facts which throw most light on these laws.


Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution, 1873, Action at a Distance (p. 257)

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If we are to ever discover the laws of nature, we must do so by obtaining the most accurate acquaintance with the facts of nature, and not by...

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If we are to ever discover the laws of nature, we must do so by obtaining the most accurate acquaintance with the facts of nature, and not by...

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If we are to ever discover the laws of nature, we must do so by obtaining the most accurate acquaintance with the facts of nature, and not by...

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If we are to ever discover the laws of nature, we must do so by obtaining the most accurate acquaintance with the facts of nature, and not by...