The Written Word Keeps Asimov Immortal

I'm gradually managing to cram my mind more and more full of things. I've got this beautiful mind and it's going to die, and it'll all be gone. And then I say, not in my case. Every idea I've ever had I've written down, and it's all there on paper. And I won't be gone; it'll be there.


Because, after he dies, everything he knows will be written down.

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 'Isaac Asimov Speaks' with Bill Moyers
Periodicals>Journal Article:  Asimov, Isaac (1989), 'Isaac Asimov Speaks' with Bill Moyers, he Humanist, Jan/Feb 1989 49., Retrieved on 2011-09-12
Folksonomies: humanism


04 JUN 2011

 The Scientist Takes No Position on God

Atheism is not a scientific position, just as belief in a God is not. Scientists find spiritual fulfillment in natural laws. It's interesting to note that the scientist taking no position on god bares a remarkable resemblance to not believing in god.
Folksonomies: science religion god
Folksonomies: science religion god