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Read everything, listen to everybody, don’t trust anything unless you can prove it with your own research.’  Bill Cooper, cited The Hour of Our Time: The Legacy of William Cooper

 

 

Bright girls for research: where would the House be without them?  House of Cards I II III IV ***** Francis to Roger, BBC 1990

 

 

A three-day-old human embryo is a collection of 150 cells called a blastocyst.  There are, for the sake of comparison, more than 100,000 cells in the brain of a fly.  The human embryos that are destroyed in stem-cell research do not have brains, or even neurons.  Consequently, there is no reason to believe they can suffer their destruction in any way at all.  It is worth remembered, in this context, that when a person’s brain has died, we currently deem it acceptable to harvest his organs (provided he has donated them for this purpose) and bury him in the ground.  If it is acceptable to treat a person whose brain has died as something less than a human being, it should be acceptable to treat a blastocyst as such.  If you are concerned about suffering in this universe, killing a fly should present you with greater moral difficulties than killing a human blastocyst.  Sam Harris, Letter to a Christian Nation

 

 

It is a good morning exercise for a research scientist to discard a pet hypothesis every day before breakfast.  It keeps him young.  Konrad Lorenz

 

 

Blue-sky research is important.  Science Britannica III: Clear Blue Skies, BBC 2013

 

 

If politics is the art of the possible, research is surely the art of the soluble.  Both are immensely practical-minded affairs.  Peter Medawar, cited New Statesman 19th June 1964

 

 

If we knew what it was we were doing, it would not be called research, would it?  Albert Einstein

 

 

Sometimes I get so busy with research I forget to eat.  Star Trek: The Next Generation s7e15: Lower Decks, Dr Crusher

 

 

If you are working 50 hours a week in a factory, you dont have time to read 10 newspapers a day and go back to declassified government archives.  But such people may have far-reaching insights into the way the world works.  Noam Chomsky

 

 

I can’t begin to tell you the things I discovered while I was looking for something else.  Shelby Foote 

 

 

Several methods are used by industry to achieve secrecy: declaring all research results as confidential business information (CBI); withholding publication of unfavourable data; disinformation; falsifying research data; generating doubts about the validity of comfortable results.

 

The consequences of lack of transparency in research: with irreversible technologies such as gene-splicing dependence of research on industrial funding will lead to: loss of accountability; harm to human/animal health; irreversible environmental damage; without exchange of data and views between scientists progress in science is impossible; increase in all forms of scientific fraud.  Professor Susan Bardocz, lecture Alternative View II conference, re sacking of Dr Pusztai

 

 

In research the horizon recedes as we advance, and is no nearer at sixty that it was at twenty.  As the power of endurance weakens with age, the urgency of the pursuit grows more intense ... And research is always incomplete.  Mark Pattison, Isaac Casaubon, 1875

 

 

He who sees by himself, needs no instruction.  But the miserable, afflicted fool who delights in pleasures and whose miseries do not cease, is turned round in the whirl of pains.  Jaina Sutras bk1

 

 

Research Is The Door To Tomorrow.  Motto at former Post Office Research Station, Dollis Hill, London NW2

 

 

Basic research is what I am doing when I don’t know what I am doing.  Wernher von Braun, attributions & variations

 

 

No-one undertakes research in physics with the intention of winning a prize.  It is the joy of discovering something no-one knew before.  Stephen Hawking

 

 

The measure of greatness in a scientific idea is the extent to which it stimulates thought and opens up new lines of research.  Paul A M Dirac

 

 

Research is something that everyone can do, and everyone ought to do.  It is simply collecting information and thinking systematically about it.  The word ‘research’ carries overtones of abstruse statistics and complex methods, white coats and computers.  Some social research is highly specialised but most is not; much of the best research is logically very straightforward.  Useful research on many problems can be done with small resources, and should be a regular part of the life of any thoughtful person involved in social action.  Raewyn Connell et al, How to do Small Surveys – A Guide for Students in Sociology, Kindred Industries and Allied Trades

 

 

‘Normal science’ means research firmly based upon one or more past scientific achievements, achievements that some particular scientific community acknowledges for a time as supplying the foundation for its further practice.  Thomas S Kuhn, The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, 1962

 

 

The latest generation of research has unleashed a new front in the war on this devastating disease.  Horizon: Curing Alzheimer’s, BBC 2016

 

 

The Pentagon likes to keep its eye on government-sponsored research facilities like Brandt.  Invasion of the Bee Girls 1973 starring William Smith & Anitra Ford & Victoria Vetri & Cliff Osmond & Wright Knight & Ben Hammer & Anna Aries & Andre Philippe & Sid Kaiser & Katie A Saylor & William Keller & Beverly Powers et al, director Denis Sanders, rozzer

 

 

The ideas of science germinate in a matrix of established knowledge gained by experiment; they are not lonesome thoughts, born in a rarefied realm where no researcher has ever gone before.  Seth Shostak