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Theories are nets cast to catch what we call ‘the world’: to rationalize, to explain, and to master it. We endeavour to make the mesh ever finer and finer.
Karl Popper - The logic of scientific discovery.

Theories are nets cast to catch what we call ‘the world’: to rationalize, to explain, and to master it. We endeavour to make the mesh ever finer and finer.

Karl Popper - The logic of scientific discovery.

[…] that distance—that chronic sense of being an alien among your own kind—it’s not entirely a bad thing.
It came in especially handy when the real aliens came calling.

'Blindsight', pag.10, by Peter Watts.

Yesterday I’ve started reading this books. The author, Peter Watts is a marine-mammal biologist, and some of his books are available on his site for free.


my mum often presents me with her old physics books. luckily, they’re interesting, though they are always accompanied by her singing her very special ‘quark song’.
Livewirez replying to my post.

idratherbenapping said: 

I’m sorry you’re having a Monday. :( Perhaps a big ol’ cuppa coffee? Or maybe a sledge hammer to your text books?

I’m afraid I’m might need the Thor’s hammer to beat these damn book.

idratherbenapping said

I’m sorry you’re having a Monday. :( Perhaps a big ol’ cuppa coffee? Or maybe a sledge hammer to your text books?

I’m afraid I’m might need the Thor’s hammer to beat these damn book.


THE EVOLUTION OF PHYSICS / Albert Einstein; Infeld, Leopoldfrom Nasser M. Abbasi’s book list
Found: here (via sabrinacampagna)

THE EVOLUTION OF PHYSICS / Albert Einstein; Infeld, Leopold
from Nasser M. Abbasi’s book list

Found: here (via sabrinacampagna)

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What is the science book that has influenced you the most?