„So what's the point of using words nobody else knows or can say comfortably? I just don't understand that.“

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—  Richard Feynman, libro The Character of Physical Law

Variante: I think I can safely say that nobody understands quantum mechanics.
Origine: The Character of Physical Law (1965), chapter 6, “Probability and Uncertainty — the Quantum Mechanical View of Nature,” p. 129

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„I know that I can never truly understand it, and I haven't the words to say.“

—  Eliezer Yudkowsky American blogger, writer, and artificial intelligence researcher 1979

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Contesto: Ever since I adopted the rule of "That which can be destroyed by the truth should be," I've also come to realize "That which the truth nourishes should thrive." When something good happens, I am happy, and there is no confusion in my mind about whether it is rational for me to be happy. When something terrible happens, I do not flee my sadness by searching for fake consolations and false silver linings. I visualize the past and future of humankind, the tens of billions of deaths over our history, the misery and fear, the search for answers, the trembling hands reaching upward out of so much blood, what we could become someday when we make the stars our cities, all that darkness and all that light — I know that I can never truly understand it, and I haven't the words to say.

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„You have to work like mad to make people understand… Even if I don't make it, you know, I really insist on believing, and then I fall off the edge because there's nobody else to follow it. And I would just fall off the edge.“

—  Edie Sedgwick Socialite, actress, model 1943 - 1971

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Contesto: Everything that happened to me has been a paradox for life. The very things that I should have done would have been the trap. The very things I might have given into, that demanded, that said, this is your life. I mean, this is your only way to survive, are the things I found hardest to end. 'Cause I believed in something else. You have to work like mad to make people understand... Even if I don't make it, you know, I really insist on believing, and then I fall off the edge because there's nobody else to follow it. And I would just fall off the edge.

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„Why doesn't Senator Kerry, rather than saying, I meant to put in the word, "us" — and you try to put in "us" here, left out the word "us" — and if you don't — if you don't, you get stuck in Iraq. Where does "us" fit in? You don't "us" get stuck? I don't understand. It just — it doesn't scan here.“

—  Tony Snow American White House Press Secretary 1955 - 2008

White House Press Briefing, on Kerry's claim to have meant "you get <u>us</u> stuck in Iraq." http://georgewbush-whitehouse.archives.gov/news/releases/2006/11/20061101-3.html (2006-11-01).

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„Many people say that I don't know how to draw because I don't draw particular forms. When will they understand that execution, drawing and color (in other words, style) must be in harmony with the poem?“

—  Paul Gauguin French Post-Impressionist artist 1848 - 1903

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„I just don't understand the need to name something "the best" or more better than something else.“

—  Harrison Ford American film actor and producer 1942

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Contesto: I just don't understand the need to name something "the best" or more better than something else. Saying one thing is better than another, one performance is better than another performance — there can't be a contest in this area. I don't understand that.

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—  Albert Einstein German-born physicist and founder of the theory of relativity 1879 - 1955

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