Science had given mankind many gifts, and she valued it. But the one important thing it had taken away was the value of subjective, personal experience. That had been replaced with the idea that only measurable and testable concepts had value. But humans didn't work that way...
No monkey ever reheated a frozen burrito.
No rest for the wicked, no peace for the good.
Too many dots," Miller said. "Not enough lines.
Optimism expressed as conservation of delta V.
The problem with living with miracles was that they made everything seem plausible.
And ... and what is civilisation if it isn't people talking to each other over a goddamned beer?
If life transcends death, then I will seek for you there. If not, then there too.
No one can blather on like a holy man with a trapped audience. Well, maybe a politician.
Theological anthropology is a lot simpler when humans are the only ones with souls.
Stars are better off without us.
You're the predator right up until you're prey.
Violence is what people do when they run out of good ideas. It's attractive because it's simple, it's direct, it's almost always available as an option. When you can't think of a good rebuttal for your opponent's argument, you can always punch them in the face.
Violence is what people do when they run out of good ideas.
There's a right thing to do," Holden said. "You don't have a right thing, friend," Miller said. "You've got a whole plateful of maybe a little less wrong.
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