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We see that science is eminently perfectible, and that each theory has constantly to give way to a fresh one.
Science, great, mighty and in the end unerring... science has fallen into many errors — errors which have been fortunate and useful rather than otherwise, for they have been the stepping stones to truth.
Science, my boy, is composed of errors, but errors that it is right to make, for they lead step by step to the truth.
Science, my lad, has been built upon many errors; but they are errors which it was good to fall into, for they led to the truth.
When science has sent forth her fiat — it is only to hear and obey.
You have carried your investigations as far as terrestrial science allowed you. But on board my vessel you will have an opportunity of seeing what no man has seen before. Thanks to me, our planet will give up her last secrets.
In the cause of science men are expected to suffer.
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Life does not give itself to one who tries to keep all its advantages at once. I have often thought morality may perhaps consist solely in the courage of making a choice.
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