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All kids are born geniuses, but are crushed by society.
What is the universe? The universe is a symphony of vibrating strings...we are nothing but melodies. We are nothing but cosmic music played out on vibrating strings and membranes.
The human brain has 100 billion neurons, each neuron connected to 10 thousand other neurons. Sitting on your shoulders is the most complicated object in the known universe.
If you could meet your grandkids as elderly citizens in the year 2100 … you would view them as being, basically, Greek gods… that's where we're headed.
It's pointless to have a nice clean desk, because it means you're not doing anything.
What do oil company executives, vampires and NASA bureaucrats all have in common? They fear solar energy.
Music is the voice of God traveling through ten-dimensional hyperspace.
Common sense has no place in Quantum Mechanics.
I believe we exist in a multiverse of universes.
We have the media, which is such a waste in the sense that you can actually feel your IQ get lower as you watch TV.
In the beginning God said, the four-dimensional divergence of an antisymmetric, second rank tensor equals zero, and there was light, and it was good. And on the seventh day he rested.
In fact, all of us have a piece of Chernobyl in our bodies going back to 1986.
When we're born, we want to know why the stars shine. We want to know why the sun rises.
Physicists are made of atoms. A physicist is an attempt by an atom to understand itself.
God throws dice, what can I say?
Physics is often stranger than science fiction, and I think science fiction takes its cues from physics: higher dimensions, wormholes, the warping of space and time, stuff like that.
We believe that black holes collapse to rings hitting very fast. If you follow through the ring you don't die. The mathematics says you fall straight through, perhaps to another universe.
Once confined to fantasy and science fiction, time travel is now simply an engineering problem.
We're in 'Jurassic Park' territory. If we go to the zoo in the future, we'll have zoos for extinct animals.
What we usually consider as impossible are simply engineering problems... there's no law of physics preventing them.
String theory is based on the simple idea that all the four forces of the universe: gravity, the electromagnetic force and the two nuclear forces, can be viewed, as music.
Being a physicist, not a philosopher, I have devised an entirely new theory of consciousness, allowing one to numerically calculate the level of consciounsess of humans and even animals.
There are dangers, but only dangers if people don't understand where technology is taking us.
I'm not a science fiction writer, I'm a physicist. These are scientists who are making the future in their laboratories.
We are not at the end but at the beginning of a new physics. But whatever we find, there will always be new horizons continually awaiting us.
Robots may gradually attain a degree of 'self-awareness' and consciousness of their own.
Chances are, when we meet intelligent life forms in outer space they're going to be descended from predators.
Impossible is relative.
The brain weighs only three pounds, yet it is the most complex object in the solar system.
In the future, you'll simply jump into your car, turn on the Internet, turn on a movie and sit back and relax and turn on the automatic pilot, and the car will drive itself.
Global warming is controversial, of course, but the controversy is mainly over whether human activity is driving it.
Science fiction without the science just becomes, you know, sword and sorcery, basically stories about heroism and not much more.
The media, of course, loves to make claims about the fountain of youth. Don't believe it. No one has it. But we're getting close.
Futurism today is led by science-fiction writers, by sociologists, by historians. Now, I have nothing against them. I'm sure they do great work. But they're not scientists. They're clueless.
The best theory comes from string theory, which states that dark matter is nothing but a higher vibration of the string. We are, in some sense, the lowest octave of a vibrating string.
To understand the difficulty of predicting the next 100 years, we have to appreciate the difficulty that the people of 1900 had in predicting the world of 2000.
The universe is a symphony of strings, and the mind of God that Einstein eloquently wrote about for thirty years would be cosmic music resonating through eleven-dimensional hyper space.
Reality has always proved to be much more sophisticated and subtle than any preconceived philosophy.
I am a figure skater, which helps me appreciate Newton's theory of mechanics.
Science is definitely part of America's infrastructure, the engine of prosperity. And yet science is given almost no visibility in the media.
[T]he yeoman's work in any science, and especially physics, is done by the experimentalist, who must keep the theoreticians honest.
The river of time may fork into rivers, in which case you have a parallel reality and so then you can become a time traveler and not have to worry about causing a time paradox.
You cannot create new science unless you realise where the old science leaves off and new science begins, and science fiction forces us to confront this.
Faust was this mythical figure who sold his soul to the devil for unlimited power. The Japanese have made that Faustian bargain because they don't have coal, oil or hydro power.
I think Newton would be the greatest scientist who ever lived.
I believe that science is the engine of prosperity, that if you look around at the wealth of civilization today, it's the wealth that comes from science.
In some sense, gravity does not exist; what moves the planets and the stars is the distortion of space and time.
No one knows who wrote the laws of physics or where they come from. Science is based on testable, reproducible evidence, and so far we cannot test the universe before the Big Bang.
Chemistry is the melodies you can play on vibrating strings.
They basically ask their engineers to volunteer some probability figures, then they take the average. This is not science. This is voodoo.