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64.  In this way, science has emasculated the old gods.  It has stripped them of their powers and has instead allotted them to a source that is wholly neutral, one that is indifferent to the affairs of men, one scientists refer to as the forces of nature.


Now I can certainly understand why humans would desire to believe in a God, in a force that cares about us, that treats us as its favored creatures.  Believing in a God provides us with a sense of purpose, with a sense that we are immortal.  (God & Universe & Nature)  Professor Carl Sagan

 

 

2,698.  Every aspect of Nature reveals a deep mystery and touches our sense of wonder and awe.  Those afraid of the universe as it really is, those who pretend to nonexistent knowledge and envision a Cosmos centered on human beings will prefer the fleeting comforts of superstition.  They avoid rather than confront the world.  But those with the courage to explore the weave and structure of the Cosmos, even where it differs profoundly from their wishes and prejudices, will penetrate its deepest mysteries.  (Universe & Nature & Cosmology & Superstition & Mystery)  Carl Sagan

 

 

75,485.  I tried to discover, in the rumour of forests and waves, words that other men could not hear, and I pricked up my ears to listen to the revelation of their harmony.  (Harmony & Nature)  Gustave Flaubert, November

 

 

78.  Nature and Nature’s laws lay hid in night:

God said, ‘Let Newton be.’  And all was light.  (God & Nature & Isaac Newton & Light & Epitaph)  Alexander Pope

 

 

51,506.  First follow Nature, and your judgement frame

By her just standard, which is still the same:
Unerring Nature, still divinely bright,

One clear, unchanged, and universal light,

Life, force and beauty must to all impart,

At once the source and end and test of art.  Alexander Pope, An Essay on Criticism 1711

 

51,555.  All are but parts of one stupendous whole,

Whose body is, Nature is, and God the soul.  ibid.

 

51,556.  All nature is but art, unknown to thee;

All chance, direction, which thou canst not see;

All discord, harmony, not understood;

All partial evil, universal good.  ibid.

 

51,557.  Thus God and nature linked the gen’ral frame,

And bade self-love and social be the same.  ibid.

 

 

81.  If ignorance of Nature gave birth to the gods, knowledge of Nature is destined to destroy them.  (God & Nature)  Baron d’Holbach, Systeme de la Nature 1770

 

9,731.  Art is only Nature operating with the aid of the instruments she has made.  (Art & Nature)  ibid.

 

 

95.  Fear is the mother of all gods.  Nature does all things spontaneously by herself without their meddling.  (Fear & Nature & Gods)  Lucretius

 

 

145.  God and Nature do nothing in vain.  (God & Nature)  Auctoritates Aristotelis

 

 

210.  I often get letters, quite frequently, from people who say how they like the programmes a lot, but I never give credit to the almighty power that created nature.  To which I reply and say, ‘Well, it's funny that the people, when they say that this is evidence of the Almighty, always quote beautiful things.  They always quote orchids and hummingbirds and butterflies and roses.’  But I always have to think too of a little boy sitting on the banks of a river in west Africa who has a worm boring through his eyeball, turning him blind before he’s five years old.  And I reply and say, ‘Well, presumably the God you speak about created the worm as well.’  And now I find that baffling to credit a merciful God with that action.  And therefore it seems to me safer to show things that I know to be truth, truthful and factual, and allow people to make up their own minds about the moralities of this thing, or indeed the theology of this thing.  (God & Nature & Cruelty & Suffering)  David Attenborough, Life on Air

 

 

51,998.  The natural world is the greatest of all treasures.  And yet in my lifetime we have damaged it more severely than in the whole of the rest of the human history.  (Animals & World & Earth & Nature)  Attenborough: 60 Years in the Wild III: Our Fragile Planet, BBC 2012

 

51,999.  Peter [Scott] had his own natural history series on television: it was called Look.  (Animals & World & Earth & Nature)  ibid.

 

52,000.  Life in Cold Blood 2008: The Giant Galapagos Tortoise – they live longer than any other animal on Earth, well over a hundred and fifty years.  (Animals & World & Earth & Nature)  ibid.

 

52,001.  Dian Fossey had been studying the Mountain Gorilla.  (Animals & World & Earth & Nature & Gorilla)  ibid.

 

52,002.  I actually witnessed the extinction in the wild of the Panamanian Golden Frog which fell victim to the same insidious killer.  (Animals & World & Earth & Nature & Frog & Extinction)  ibid.

 

52,003.  I have been enthralled by coral reefs ever since.  (Animals & World & Earth & Nature & Coral)  ibid.

 

52,004.  The change is already beginning to be seen at the Poles.  (Animals & World & Earth & Nature)  ibid.

 

 

52,016.  The power of the Sun drives the seasons transforming our planet.  Vast movements of ocean and air currents bring dramatic change throughout the year.  (Animals & Nature & Seasons)  David Attenborough, Nature's Great Events, BBC

 

52,017.  Here in the Arctic each summer the Sun begins to melt the winter ice.  (Animals & Nature & Arctic)  ibid.

 

52,018.  He [polar bear] must catch a seal about once a week.  (Animals & Nature & Arctic & Polar Bear)  ibid.

 

52,019.  For polar bears it’s the survival of the fattest.  (Animals & Nature & Arctic & Polar Bear)  ibid.

 

52,020.  The frozen sea begins to melt.  Pools form across the surface.  (Animals & Nature & Arctic)  ibid.

 

52,021.  A thousand freshwater cascades plummet into the sea.  (Animals & Nature & Arctic)  ibid.

 

52,022.  Walrus are year-round residents of the Arctic.  (Animals & Nature & Arctic)  ibid.

 

52,023.  The once-frozen ocean is now bursting with life as all the animals enjoy the summer feast.  (Animals & Nature & Arctic)  ibid.

 

 

99,599.  Looking down from two miles above the surface of the Earth, it’s impossible not to be impressed by the sheer grandeur and splendour and plower of the natural world.  (Earth & Nature)  David Attenborough, Planet Earth s2e1, BBC 2016

 

99,600.  Never have those wildernesses been so fragile and so precious as they are today.  (Earth & Nature)  ibid. 

 

 

99,846.  Imagine a world where temperature rise to 120 degrees Fahrenheit.  Where’s there’s no escape from the sun, wind and dust.  Imagine a world with almost no food or water.  These are the conditions in one third of the lands of our planet.  To live here demands the most extraordinary survival strategies.  (Earth & Nature & Desert & Rain)  David Attenborough, Planet Earth s2e4    

 

99,847.  It does sometimes rain the desert.  Here in the American West, storms can strike with devastating force.  After ten months of drought, millions of tonnes of water are dumped on the land with in under an hour.  (Earth & Nature & Desert & Rain)  ibid.

 

99,848.  Locusts: an unstoppable force that devours everything in its path.  But this devastation is about to get a lot worse.  The locusts now transform into winged adults … They can take to the skies … A super-swarm of this scale may only appear once in a decade: this one one extends over 200 miles and contains several billion individuals.  (Earth & Nature & Desert & Rain)  ibid  

 

 

433.  Many people believe that they are attracted to God, or by Nature, when they are only repelled by man.  (God & Nature & Man)  William Ralph Inge

 

 

463.  Among the most detestable villains in history, you could not find one worse than Moses.  Here is an order, attributed to ‘God’ to butcher the boys, to massacre the mothers and to debauch and rape the daughters.  I would not dare to dishonor my Creator’s name by [attaching] it to this filthy book.  Men and books lie.  Only nature does not lie.  (God & Moses & Old Testament & Nature & Bible & God’s Fascism)  Thomas Paine

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