John Tyndall Quote

No human authority, however high, can maintain itself against the voice of Nature speaking through experiment. But the voice of Nature may be an uncertain voice, through the scantiness of data.


Six Lectures on Light Delivered in America in 1872-1873, Lecture II (p. 49), D. Appleton & Co. 1901

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No human authority, however high, can maintain itself against the voice of Nature speaking through experiment. But the voice of Nature may be an...

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No human authority, however high, can maintain itself against the voice of Nature speaking through experiment. But the voice of Nature may be an...

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No human authority, however high, can maintain itself against the voice of Nature speaking through experiment. But the voice of Nature may be an...

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No human authority, however high, can maintain itself against the voice of Nature speaking through experiment. But the voice of Nature may be an...