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Baconian Quotes By Action Bronson

Billy Joel is an incredible musician. He just feels like one of the guys, you know. I grew up listening to his music. — Action Bronson

Baconian Quotes By Charles Darwin

I worked on true Baconian principles, and without any theory collected facts. — Charles Darwin

Baconian Quotes By Ronald Reagan

And always remember that you are Americans, and it is your birthright to dream great dreams in this sweet and blessed land, truly the greatest, freest, strongest nation on Earth. — Ronald Reagan

Baconian Quotes By Andy Kindler

The cliche that comics always use is that whatever is happening in the news is 'the gift that keeps on giving.' I always thought that was a bunch of nonsense. — Andy Kindler

Baconian Quotes By African Spir

Arbitrariness and true liberty are as distinct from each other that the empirical nature is distinct from the higher nature of man. — African Spir

Baconian Quotes By Nandhiji

To fall in love for any reason does cause fires of emotion. When we are in love, we ride on a positive energy as compared to not being in love. When we are love, we transcend conditional love to that of unconditional and we are now flowering in consciousness. Love is a very important element of consciousness as it becomes purer with Source union even as our consciousness is expanded further. Consciousness is love that is light. — Nandhiji

Baconian Quotes By Christina Engela

How many innocent victims of hate crime does it take before it becomes wrong?

For us, one is already too many. For them, a thousand is not enough. — Christina Engela

Baconian Quotes By Lauren Groff

Lucrezia has never seen her own face, and cannot know its expressions
how, at that moment, her smile was an explosion. — Lauren Groff

Baconian Quotes By Philip Warren Anderson

My belief is based on the fact that string theory is the first science in hundreds of years to be pursued in pre-Baconian fashion, without any adequate experimental guidance. — Philip Warren Anderson

Baconian Quotes By Donal Henahan

Miss Petrowska,an excellent pianist, held the audience transfixed with Chou Wen-chung's work. Miss Petrowska was coolness itself in getting the hardware into the piano and out again ... in Messiaen, a feeling for the music's reverent sobriety combined to produce an absorbing performance. — Donal Henahan

Baconian Quotes By Nate Lowman

People have these weird ideas about artists being romantic, generous people, and sometimes I feel like an asshole, a selfish kid, a brat, the lucky one, because I get to do this and it's how I make my living. — Nate Lowman

Baconian Quotes By Will Durant

Bacon had done it, and Campanella had said, with Baconian pithiness, Tantum possumus quantum scimus - "Our power is proportioned to our knowledge." Perhaps — Will Durant

Baconian Quotes By Richard P. Feynman

What did you ASK at school today? — Richard P. Feynman

Baconian Quotes By Alberto Fujimori

Now we are showing to the world that this fighting against two terrorist groups was feasible and now we have an isolated case which doesn't mean that terrorism is alive, as it was before. — Alberto Fujimori

Baconian Quotes By Fyodor Dostoyevsky

In any case civilization has made mankind if not more blood-thirsty, at least more vilely, more loathsomely blood-thirsty. In old days he saw justice in bloodshed and with his conscience at peace exterminated those he thought proper. Now we do think bloodshed abominable and yet we engage in this abomination, and with more energy than ever. Which is worse? Decide that for yourselves. — Fyodor Dostoyevsky

Baconian Quotes By Yuriy Tarnawsky

Imagination is so much more fertile than life. — Yuriy Tarnawsky

Baconian Quotes By Steven Wright

I brought a mirror to Lovers' Lane. I told everybody I'm Narcissus. — Steven Wright

Baconian Quotes By Henry David Thoreau

The true man of science will know nature better by his finer organization; he will smell, taste, see, hear, feel, better than other men. His will be a deeper and finer experience. We do not learn by inference and deduction and the application of mathematics to philosophy, but by direct intercourse and sympathy. It is with science as with ethics,
we cannot know truth by contrivance and method; the Baconian is as false as any other, and with all the helps of machinery and the arts, the most scientific will still be the healthiest and friendliest man, and possess a more perfect Indian wisdom. — Henry David Thoreau