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biology ::: n. --> The science of life; that branch of knowledge which treats of living matter as distinct from matter which is not living; the study of living tissue. It has to do with the origin, structure, development, function, and distribution of animals and plants.

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   2 Ken Wilber
   1 Richard P Feynman
   1  Leonard Adleman
   1 Jean Gebser
   1  Israel Gelfand
   1 Harold Abelson


   11 Richard Dawkins
   10 David Eagleman
   6 Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
   6 Elliott Sober
   5 Steven Pinker
   5 Neil deGrasse Tyson
   5 Bill Gates
   5 Anonymous
   4 Rachel Carson
   4 Lewis Thomas
   4 Kristin Hannah
   4 Frans de Waal
   4 Francis Crick
   4 E O Wilson
   4 Deepak Chopra
   4 Daniel Dennett
   4 Caroline Myss
   4 Carl Sagan
   4 Carlos Ruiz Zaf n
   3 Theodosius Dobzhansky

1:The supersession of dualism in biology begins to occur in this science at the moment when the ‘time’ factor is taken into consideration. ~ Jean Gebser,
2:There is only one thing which is more unreasonable than the unreasonable effectiveness of mathematics in physics, and this is the unreasonable ineffectiveness of mathematics in biology. ~ Israel Gelfand,
3:Sciences reach a point where they become mathematized..the central issues in the field become sufficiently understood that they can be thought about mathematically..[by the early 1990s] biology was no longer the science of things that smelled funny in refrigerators (my view from undergraduate days in the 1960s)..The field was undergoing a revolution and was rapidly acquiring the depth and power previously associated exclusively with the physical sciences. Biology was now the study of information stored in DNA - strings of four letters: A, T, G, and C..and the transformations that information undergoes in the cell. There was mathematics here! ~ Leonard Adleman,
4:[Computer science] is not really about computers -- and it's not about computers in the same sense that physics is not really about particle accelerators, and biology is not about microscopes and Petri dishes...and geometry isn't really about using surveying instruments. Now the reason that we think computer science is about computers is pretty much the same reason that the Egyptians thought geometry was about surveying instruments: when some field is just getting started and you don't really understand it very well, it's very easy to confuse the essence of what you're doing with the tools that you use. ~ Harold Abelson, Introductory lecture to Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs,
5:It marshals a vast amount of scientific evidence, from physics to biology, and offers extensive arguments, all geared to objectively proving the holistic nature of the universe. It fails to see that if we take a bunch of egos with atomistic concepts and teach them that the universe is holistic, all we will actually get is a bunch of egos with holistic concepts. Precisely because this monological approach, with its unskillful interpretation of an otherwise genuine intuition, ignores or neglects the "I" and the "we" dimensions, it doesn't understand very well the exact nature of the inner transformations that are necessary in the first place in order to be able to find an identity that embraces the manifest All. Talk about the All as much as we want, nothing fundamentally changes. ~ Ken Wilber, Sex Ecology Spirituality,
6:A poet once said, 'The whole universe is in a glass of wine.' We will probably never know in what sense he meant it, for poets do not write to be understood. But it is true that if we look at a glass of wine closely enough we see the entire universe. There are the things of physics: the twisting liquid which evaporates depending on the wind and weather, the reflection in the glass; and our imagination adds atoms. The glass is a distillation of the earth's rocks, and in its composition we see the secrets of the universe's age, and the evolution of stars. What strange array of chemicals are in the wine? How did they come to be? There are the ferments, the enzymes, the substrates, and the products. There in wine is found the great generalization; all life is fermentation. Nobody can discover the chemistry of wine without discovering, as did Louis Pasteur, the cause of much disease. How vivid is the claret, pressing its existence into the consciousness that watches it! If our small minds, for some convenience, divide this glass of wine, this universe, into parts -- physics, biology, geology, astronomy, psychology, and so on -- remember that nature does not know it! So let us put it all back together, not forgetting ultimately what it is for. Let it give us one more final pleasure; drink it and forget it all! ~ Richard P Feynman,
7:There is one point in particular I would like to single out and stress, namely, the notion of evolution. It is common to assume that one of the doctrines of the perennial philosophy... is the idea of involution-evolution. That is, the manifest world was created as a "fall" or "breaking away" from the Absolute (involution), but that all things are now returning to the Absolute (via evolution). In fact, the doctrine of progressive temporal return to Source (evolution) does not appear anywhere, according to scholars as Joseph Campbell, until the axial period (i.e. a mere two thousand years ago). And even then, the idea was somewhat convoluted and backwards. The doctrine of the yugas, for example, sees the world as proceeding through various stages of development, but the direction is backward: yesterday was the Golden Age, and time ever since has been a devolutionary slide downhill, resulting in the present-day Kali-Yuga. Indeed, this notion of a historical fall from Eden was ubiquitous during the axial period; the idea that we are, at this moment, actually evolving toward Spirit was simply not conceived in any sort of influential fashion.

  But sometime during the modern era-it is almost impossible to pinpoint exactly-the idea of history as devolution (or a fall from God) was slowly replaced by the idea of history as evolution (or a growth towards God). We see it explicitly in Schelling (1775-1854); Hegel (1770-1831) propounded the doctrine with a genius rarely equaled; Herbert Spencer (1820-1903) made evolution a universal law, and his friend Charles Darwin (1809-1882) applied it to biology. We find it next appearing in Aurobindo (1872-1950), who gave perhaps its most accurate and profound spiritual context, and Pierre Teilhard de Chardin (1881-1955) who made it famous in the West.

  But here is my point: we might say that the idea of evolution as return-to-Spirit is part of the perennial philosophy, but the idea itself, in any adequate form, is no more than a few hundred years old. It might be 'ancient' as timeless, but it is certainly not ancient as "old."...

  This fundamental shift in the sense or form of the perennial philosophy-as represented in, say, Aurobindo, Hegel, Adi Da, Schelling, Teilhard de Chardin, Radhakrishnan, to name a few-I should like to call the "neoperennial philosophy." ~ Ken Wilber, The Eye Of Spirit,

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1:The Biology of Belief ~ Wayne W Dyer
2:Biology was so damn sexy. ~ Lucy Score
3:Belief creates biology. ~ Norman Cousins
4:Sociobiology, E. O. Wilson ~ Frans de Waal
5:Biology always beats will power. ~ Mehmet Oz
6:Politics is applied biology. ~ Ernst Haeckel
7:Love is poetry plus biology. ~ Lawrence Durrell
8:Disgust is intuitive microbiology ~ Steven Pinker
9:Biology transcends society. ~ Jessie Redmon Fauset
10:The vibrant new field of astrobiology ~ Ian Whates
11:Your biography becomes your biology. ~ Caroline Myss
12:Biology enables, Culture forbids. ~ Yuval Noah Harari
13:Love, in its purest form, is biology. ~ Ron Currie Jr
14:What least makes a mother is biology. ~ Oprah Winfrey
15:Biology is destiny only for girls. ~ Elizabeth Hardwick
16:History is biology's dumping ground ~ Carlos Ruiz Zaf n
17:Your biography becomes your biology”—if ~ Caroline Myss
18:biology has become an information science, ~ James Gleick
19:I loved the idea that biology was logical. ~ Cynthia Kenyon
20:There are no monotone "values" in biology. ~ Gregory Bateson
21:Ubiquity must never be mistaken for biology. ~ Phil Zuckerman
22:because our biology always needs something more. ~ Mark Manson
23:Biology has at least 50 more interesting years. ~ James D Watson
24:Don't know much about history Don't know much biology. ~ Sam Cooke
25:Our reality depends on what our biology is up to. ~ David Eagleman
26:The biology of purpose keeps my nose above the surface. ~ Brian Eno
27:Biology is the least of what makes someone a mother. ~ Oprah Winfrey
28:Good biology without good philosophy will be a calamity. ~ George Will
29:Biology, meaning the science of all life, is a late notion. ~ Leon Kass
30:is not biology that determines fatherhood. It is love. ~ Kristin Hannah
31:We have taken control of biology, but not of ourselves. ~ Sean B Carroll
32:Biology gives you a brain. Life turns it into a mind. ~ Jeffrey Eugenides
33:It is not biology that determines fatherhood. It is love. ~ Kristin Hannah
34:The laws of biology are the fundamental lessons of history. ~ Ariel Durant
35:The laws of biology are written in the language of diversity. ~ E O Wilson
36:The major thing is to view biology as an information science. ~ Leroy Hood
37:Who you are depends on the sum total of your neurobiology. ~ David Eagleman
38:who you are depends on the sum total of your neurobiology. ~ David Eagleman
39:I heard water evaporating. I heard the tick of my own biology. ~ Tim O Brien
40:I was a close observer of the developments in molecular biology. ~ John Pople
41:Biology is stupid and cruel and should feel bad about itself. ~ Seanan McGuire
42:The Biology of Hope and the Healing Power of the Human Spirit, ~ Brian L Weiss
43:Biology sees right and wrong as the same color in different light. ~ Delia Owens
44:In geopolitics, as in biology, expiration dates are never visible. ~ John Feffer
45:I've always liked all the sciences like math, physics and biology ~ Sigrid Agren
46:There’s a difference between biology and real love, I’ve learned. ~ Ginger Scott
47:Sexuality is the great field of battle between biology and society. ~ Nancy Friday
48:I remember being in strong physics, physiology and biology classes. ~ Barbara Block
49:I've always hated biology who cares how a cell divides, it just does ~ Sara Shepard
50:My purpose is to examine the biology of selfishness and altruism. ~ Richard Dawkins
51:Where did biology, morality, literature, and philosophy intersect? ~ Paul Kalanithi
52:Culture is how biology responds and makes its living conditions better. ~ C J Cherryh
53:Technology evolves faster than people do, faster than biology does. ~ Chuck Klosterman
54:The Biology of Desire: Why Addiction Is Not a Disease by Marc Lewis. ~ Timothy Ferriss
55:Nothing in biology makes sense except in the light of evolution. ~ Theodosius Dobzhansky
56:It is in our biology, this reptilian feeling of wanting what the next guy has. ~ Ruby Wax
57:The evolution of sex is the hardest problem in evolutionary biology. ~ John Maynard Smith
58:There is more to biology than rats, Drosophila, Caenorhabditis, and E. coli. ~ Ernst Mayr
59:My interest in biology was pretty much always on the philosophical side. ~ Richard Dawkins
60:Biology is the science. Evolution is the concept that makes biology unique. ~ Jared Diamond
61:Evolution is the fundamental idea in all of life science - in all of biology. ~ Ray Comfort
62:In the fight between biology and morality, biology has commonly won in the end. ~ Semir Zeki
63:The use of thermodynamics in biology has a long history rich in confusion. ~ Harold Morowitz
64:Not biology, but ignorance of ourselves, has been the key to our powerlessness ~ Adrienne Rich
65:So how do you do it? Not make a baby, balance an equation. I did biology last year. ~ Hank Green
66:Molecular biology is essentially the practice of biochemistry without a license. ~ Erwin Chargaff
67:I am very comfortable with the idea that we can override biology with free will. ~ Richard Dawkins
68:Biology is not destiny; you can be the child of an evil person and be a good person ~ Dennis Prager
69:I think we need to start thinking about grounding our moral systems in our biology. ~ Frans de Waal
70:I don't believe in destiny; I just believe in biology, and hotness, and wanting girls. ~ Ned Vizzini
71:One begins to wonder if all the most interesting problems in physics are now in biology. ~ Nick Lane
72:On the day that your mentality
Decides to catch up with your biology,
Come 'round ~ Morrissey
73:The human mind evolved to believe in the gods. It did not evolve to believe in biology. ~ E O Wilson
74:your biography—that is, the experiences that make up your life—becomes your biology. ~ Caroline Myss
75:...until she was old enough to understand about God and biology and luck, she asked. ~ Melissa Senate
76:THE STRIKING CONTRAST In biology we are faced with an entirely different situation. ~ Erwin Schr dinger
77:The typical imperative from biology is not "Thou shalt... ," but "If ... then ... else. ~ Steven Pinker
78:But there is nothing in biology yet found that indicates the inevitability of death. ~ Richard P Feynman
79:The most successful of biology’s creatures coexist in mutually beneficial ecosystems. ~ Douglas Rushkoff
80:Family isn’t a matter of history. Or biology,” he said softly. “It’s a matter of choice. ~ Courtney Milan
81:free will is making a comeback. Biology gives you a brain. Life turns it into a mind. ~ Jeffrey Eugenides
82:It’s a combination. It’s a combination of electronics and biology. ~ Elon Musk, Human Civilization and AI
83:As a general rule of biology, migratory species are less 'aggressive' than sedentary ones. ~ Bruce Chatwin
84:I'm not the one going for a biology degree. I'm just a philosophy major who eats people. ~ Scott Westerfeld
85:I'm trying to figure out the biology of dinosaurs and what they were like as living creatures. ~ Jack Horner
86:If certain Jewish communities had distinctive qualities, they were due to history, not biology. ~ Shlomo Sand
87:When you choose to view your stress response as helpful, you create the biology of courage. ~ Kelly McGonigal
88:I'm sure it's innate, it's just biology, for a man to want a woman who can give him children. ~ Liane Moriarty
89:In his autobiography, What Mad Pursuit, he speaks of the difference between physics and biology: ~ Oliver Sacks
90:there’s a certain lack of respect for physics and biology when you ignore the power of a firearm. ~ L H Thomson
91:Evolutionary biology is crazy because sometimes it seems anybody can draw any conclusion they want. ~ Naomi Wolf
92:I don't find biology as interesting as politics and humanism. I talk more about existential stuff. ~ Dana Carvey
93:For all the accomplishments of molecular biology, we still can't tell a live cat from a dead cat. ~ Lynn Margulis
94:So you’re a parasite?” We like to think of it as symbiotic, but we can discuss biology another time. ~ Wesley Chu
95:I like to define biology as the history of the earth and all its life - past, present, and future. ~ Rachel Carson
96:In my lab, we're interested in the transition from chemistry to early biology on the early earth. ~ Jack W Szostak
97:Molecular biology has routinely taken problematic things under its wing without altering core ideas. ~ Ian Hacking
98:If you talk about sous-vide, then you have to talk about food safety, and microbiology, and heat. ~ Nathan Myhrvold
99:iGEM is creating that same sort of idea of team-based projects around biology instead of around robots. ~ Anonymous
100:Through some combination of culture and biology, our minds are intuitively receptive to religion. ~ Daniel Kahneman
101:We were making the first step out of the age of chemistry and physics, and into the age of biology. ~ Jeremy Rifkin
102:horizon of hope.” “So men and women are doomed forever, by biology, to be separated? To not even own ~ Carolyn Weber
103:I disagree with those who argue that evolutionary biology and the existence of God are incompatible. ~ Elliott Sober
104:It came, over and over, down to this: What made someone a mother? Was it biology alone, or was it love? ~ Celeste Ng
105:Biology isn’t just genes playing out some unalterable script. It is sensitive to the world around it, ~ Bruce D Perry
106:(It came, over and over, down to this: What made someone a mother? Was it biology alone, or was it love?) ~ Celeste Ng
107:If we do not allow free thinking in chemistry or biology, why should we allow it in morals or politics? ~ Auguste Comte
108:It was one thing to defy the laws of biology, but defying the laws of geometry was downright condescending. ~ Anonymous
109:A work of art is one of mystery, the one extreme magic; everything else is either arithmetic or biology. ~ Truman Capote
110:Within all the worlds of biology, she searched for an explanation of why a mother would leave her offspring ~ Delia Owens
111:Within all the worlds of biology, she searched for an explanation of why a mother would leave her offspring. ~ Delia Owens
112:Biology is the study of complicated things that give the appearance of having been designed for a purpose ~ Richard Dawkins
113:In science, if the last 50 years were the age of physics, the next 50 years will be the age of biology. ~ William J Clinton
114:Wallace, King and Sanders point out in Biology: The Science of Life (that rarest thing: a readable textbook), ~ Bill Bryson
115:I would like to take this opportunity to thank the Jackson High Biology Department. Stay in school, kids- Link ~ Kami Garcia
116:The miracles of technology cause us to live in a hectic, clockwork world that does violence to human biology, ~ Alan W Watts
117:Arriving at cell theory has been considered even more important to biology than Darwin’s theory of evolution, ~ Lewis Wolpert
118:Relativity must replace absolutism in the realm of morals as well as in the spheres of physics and biology. ~ Thomas Cochrane
119:We can truly see that consciousness is operating creatively even in biology, even in the evolution of species. ~ Amit Goswami
120:I have to keep reminding myself -- this is not me. It is chemistry. It is biology. It is not who I am. ~ David Levithan
121:The same few dozen organic molecules are used over and over again in biology for the widest variety of functions. ~ Carl Sagan
122:Weddell/Canaba was still an ass at heart, Miles reflected. But he did know his molecular biology. After ~ Lois McMaster Bujold
123:Biology doesn't make anyone a parent," Cassia added as she tucked her Eturian prayer stone beneath her shirt. ~ Melissa Landers
124:Biology will relate every human gene to the genes of other animals and bacteria, to this great chain of being. ~ Walter Gilbert
125:The twentieth century showed us the evil face of physics. This century will show us the evil face of biology. ~ Douglas Preston
126:But biology does not readjust to accommodate the false theories of scientists …’ – James le Fanu, British physician ~ Tim Noakes
127:Civics lessons and biology lessons intermingled, hormones spoken of alongside the laws that governed their excesses. ~ Hugh Howey
128:Indeed, if "biology is chemistry with history," as somebody has said, then nature writing is biology with love. ~ Edward Hoagland
129:In fact perhaps the only law in biology is that all flesh is mortal and all species become extinct eventually. ~ Richard Lewontin
130:What was that?" Galladon demanded. "I think I just destroyed the biology section" Raoden replied with wonder. ~ Brandon Sanderson
131:You can free yourself from aging by reinterpreting your body and by grasping the link between belief and biology. ~ Deepak Chopra
132:Antoine was Julien’s father in every way that mattered. It is not biology that determines fatherhood. It is love. ~ Kristin Hannah
133:If molecular biology was about attention to detail and particularity, bioinformatics is about generality and totality. ~ Anonymous
134:I've always been interested in science - one of my favourite books is James Watson's 'Molecular Biology of the Gene.' ~ Bill Gates
135:I wonder how biology can explain the physical pain you feel in your chest when all you want to do is be with someone. ~ Dan Howell
136:Whatever makes us happy today will no longer make us happy tomorrow, because our biology always needs something more. ~ Mark Manson
137:Most likely, logic is capable of justifying mathematics to no greater extent than biology is capable of justifying life. ~ IU I Manin
138:The virgin birth, understood as literal biology, makes Christ's divinity, as traditionally understood, impossible. ~ John Shelby Spong
139:The ultimate aim of the modern movement in biology is in fact to explain all biology in terms of physics and chemistry. ~ Francis Crick
140:Geology differs from physics, chemistry, and biology in that the possibilities for experiment are limited. ~ Reinout Willem van Bemmelen
141:Survival, in the cool economics of biology, means simply the persistence of one's own genes in the generations to follow. ~ Lewis Thomas
142:But the poetry of biology resides hidden in opposing tensions, and the often arduous fun comes from trying to reveal it. ~ Bernd Heinrich
143:By means of the notion of “cultural evolution,” the democratic anthropologist tries to avoid questions of biology. ~ Nicol s G mez D vila
144:Until we recognize the essential role of biology, our attempts to truly unify the universe will remain a train to nowhere. ~ Robert Lanza
145:you choose to help others, you activate this state. Caring for others triggers the biology of courage and creates hope. ~ Kelly McGonigal
146:Biology can be said to define possibilities but not determine them; it is never irrelevant but it is also not determinant. ~ Cordelia Fine
147:If westerners cannot legitimately study the history of Africa or the Middle East, then only fish can study marine biology. ~ Bernard Lewis
148:We study biology, physics, movements of glaciers... Where are the classes on envy, feeling wronged, despair, bitterness. ~ Alain de Botton
149:you don’t need to understand any of the biology, just as you don’t need to understand radiation to use a microwave oven. ~ Timothy Ferriss
150:Biology keeps culture on a leash, which is why you can’t teach a dog to play poker, never mind all those lying paintings. ~ Gregory Cochran
151:Biology will tell you a lot of things, but there are many that it can not explain and you need to look at physics instead. ~ Walter Gilbert
152:Half a million women die each year around the world in pregnancy. It's not biology that kills them so much as neglect. ~ Nicholas D Kristof
153:Microbiology and meteorology now explain what only a few centuries ago was considered sufficient cause to burn women to death. ~ Carl Sagan
154:Are we biology or God or something higher? I know my heart beats and I listen to it. The beat is biology, but what is the song? ~ James Frey
155:I see psychoanalysis, art and biology ultimately coming together, just like cognitive psychology and neuroscience have merged. ~ Eric Kandel
156:We study biology, physics, movements of glaciers... Where are the classes on envy, feeling wronged, despair, bitterness... ~ Alain de Botton
157:Applied physics and chemistry bring more grist to the mill; applied biology will also be capable of changing the mill itself. ~ Julian Huxley
158:Are we biology or God or something higher? I know my heart beats and I listen to it. The beat is biology, but what is the song? ~ James Frey
159:Honestly, I didn't have the patience for biology or history in an academic sense, but I always liked the kind of big questions. ~ Andrew Bird
160:Life is too short to hold in a single tear, a single laugh, a single breath. Biology is how we exist. Emotions are how we live. ~ Jewel E Ann
161:you are part of a complex social network that changes your biology with every interaction, and which your actions can change ~ David Eagleman
162:You are part of a complex social network that changes your biology with every interaction, and which your actions can change. ~ David Eagleman
163:I think the biggest innovations of the 21st century will be at the intersection of biology and technology. A new era is beginning. ~ Steve Jobs
164:Janet Yellen at the FED is equivalent to having a biology schoolteacher who has never seen blood perform brain surgery. ~ Nassim Nicholas Taleb
165:Mothers are hormonally wired to respond to, not ignore, their baby’s cries. (Fathers, take note: You can’t argue with biology!) ~ William Sears
166:autoimmune diseases suggests they originate from fundamental disconnect between the outside world and an understimulated biology. ~ Scott Carney
167:Every pair of hands freed means a brain freed for thought. ~ Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, The Place of Technology in a General Biology of Mankind
168:I learned about HeLa cells in my first basic biology class, and I just became completely obsessed with them from that point on. ~ Rebecca Skloot
169:She said stupidity runs in the Y chromosome. I learned in biology that the X chromosome is for the females and Y for the males, s— ~ Layla Hagen
170:Biology tells us that we are animals, and like all living things we exist only because we capture energy from our surroundings. When ~ Ian Morris
171:We are biology. We are reminded of this at the beginning and the end, at birth and at death. In between we do what we can to forget. ~ Mary Roach
172:Don't know much about history, don't know much biology, don't know much about a science book, don't know much about the French I took. ~ Sam Cooke
173:It looked like a biology lesson for gods, or a snapshot of the kind of pornography which might be enjoyed by sentient planets. ~ Alastair Reynolds
174:Protein synthesis is a central problem for the whole of biology, and that it is in all probability closely related to gene action. ~ Francis Crick
175:There is no true understanding of Biology without Chemistry. And there's no true understanding of Chemistry without Physics. ~ Neil deGrasse Tyson
176:We are well on our way to a unified theory of biology that will merge body and environment, brain and mind, genome and microbiome. ~ Deepak Chopra
177:when you thumb your nose at the laws of physics like you've been doing, the universe tends to get you back through biology." Atticus ~ Kevin Hearne
178:At the time I finished high school, I was determined to study biology, deeply convinced to eventually be a researcher. ~ Christiane Nusslein Volhard
179:If you look at winners of the Nobel Prize in biology, you'll find a fair smattering of people who don't know how to work a pipette. ~ Aubrey de Grey
180:But honestly, if you do a rigorous survey of my work, I'll bet you'll find that biology is a theme far more often than physical science. ~ David Brin
181:The biggest advantage to believing in God is you don't have to understand anything, no physics, no biology. I wanted to understand. ~ James D Watson
182:Freud's antique notion of women as diminished men is quite wrong. Biology instead reveals every man's battle to escape the woman within. ~ Steve Jones
183:The supersession of dualism in biology begins to occur in this science at the moment when the ‘time’ factor is taken into consideration. ~ Jean Gebser
184:Men are not allowed to think freely about chemistry and biology: why should they be allowed to think freely about political philosophy? ~ Auguste Comte
185:So we've moved from an era when women's biology was women's destiny to today, which is an era in which men's biology is men's destiny. ~ Warren Farrell
186:The discovery of any kind of life [in Space] at all would be a tremendous watershed moment in biology, as well as all of science. ~ Neil deGrasse Tyson
187:The supersession of dualism in biology begins to occur in this science at the moment when the ‘time’ factor is taken into consideration. ~ Jean Gebser,
188:During a sabbatical he learned enough biology to make a small but genuine contribution to geneticists’ understanding of mutations in DNA. ~ James Gleick
189:I like to surf. I like to play guitar. I want to do college classes online. I wanted to do marine biology for a long time, but I don't know. ~ Ali Lohan
190:Art has this ability to allow you to connect back through history in the same way that biology does. I'm always looking for source material. ~ Jeff Koons
191:Being mortal is about the struggle to cope with the constraints of our biology, with the limits set by genes and cells and flesh and bone. ~ Atul Gawande
192:If you are lying in a tent in the Congo jungle, you don't want to be reading about rainforest biology. You want to be in a distant world. ~ David Quammen
193:The basic science is not physics or mathematics but biology -- the study of life. We must learn to think both logically and bio-logically. ~ Edward Abbey
194:If the relationship of father to son could really be reduced to biology, the whole earth would blaze with the glory of fathers and sons. ~ James A Baldwin
195:You cannot fully describe what it is to be a person in the language of biology; but that does not mean a person has non-biological parts. ~ Julian Baggini
196:Anything that becomes digitized (biology, medicine, manufacturing, and so forth) hops on Moore’s law of increasing computational power. ~ Peter H Diamandis
197:Despite crime's omnipresence, things work in society, because biology compels it. Order eventually restores itself, by psychic equilibrium. ~ Camille Paglia
198:Evolution makes biology make sense. And if you don't teach your students the evolutionary core of biology, you're making it harder for them. ~ Eugenie Scott
199:For humans—trapped in biology—there was no mercy: we lived a while, we fussed around for a bit and died, we rotted in the ground like garbage. ~ Donna Tartt
200:If it squirms, it's biology; if it stinks, it's chemistry; if it doesn't work, it's physics; and if you can't understand it, it's mathematics. ~ Magnus Pyke
201:Equity feminism is a moral doctrine about equal treatment that makes no commitments regarding open empirical issues in psychology or biology. ~ Steven Pinker
202:The blooming of a flower is, in my mind, not a miracle. It's something that we can understand on the basis of molecular biology these days. ~ Francis Collins
203:I'm enjoying my life, post-menopause, so much. It's just so great to grow into yourself, and not be bothered with all that tyranny of biology. ~ Roseanne Barr
204:In examining disease, we gain wisdom about anatomy and physiology and biology. In examining the person with disease, we gain wisdom about life. ~ Oliver Sacks
205:Natural selection is not gene centrist and nor is biology all about genes; our comprehending minds are a result of our fast evolving culture. ~ Daniel Dennett
206:Sex Ed - when I finally got to take it - was all about biology and birth control and nothing about anything that actually goes on between people. ~ E Lockhart
207:he published a manifesto with a title Darwinists have been quoting ever since: “Nothing in Biology Makes Sense Except in the Light of Evolution.”78 ~ Tom Wolfe
208:Last week during Life Drawing, Ms Franklin asked me if I'd ever considered majoring in art instead of biology.
I asked her for a new eraser. ~ Michael Grant
209:Our galaxy is 10 billion years old. The Earth is only 4.5 billion years old. We are a firefly flicker in the great astrobiology of the galaxy. ~ Geoffrey Marcy
210:The gene provides an organizing principle for modern biology—and it tantalizes us with the prospect of controlling our bodies and fates. ~ Siddhartha Mukherjee
211:The separation of psychology from the premises of biology is purely artificial, because the human psyche lives in indissoluble union with the body. ~ Carl Jung
212:Nothing can be more incorrect than the assumption one sometimes meets with, that physics has one method, chemistry another, and biology a third. ~ Thomas Huxley
213:In polite society what you say to an attractive woman who is dressed in a way that makes you understand the power of biology is, "You look nice. ~ Joe R Lansdale
214:It's in our biology to trust what we see with our eyes. This makes living in a carefully edited, overproduced and photoshopped world very dangerous. ~ Bren Brown
215:Mechanism and function are the eternal yin and yang of biology: they interact and intertwine, yet there is no greater sin than confusing the two. ~ Frans de Waal
216:My fascination is broadly with biology and the fact that our increased understanding of biology allows for breakthroughs in a broad set of diseases. ~ Bill Gates
217:Up high, biology vanishes to reveal a world shaped by the starker forces of geology and meteorology, the bare bones of the earth wrapped in sky. ~ Rebecca Solnit
218:Computer science is to biology what calculus is to physics. It's the natural mathematical technique that best maps the character of the subject. ~ Harold Morowitz
219:It's in our biology to trust what we see with our eyes. This makes living in a carefully edited, overproduced and photoshopped world very dangerous. ~ Brene Brown
220:The biology of empathy allows us to comprehend our connection to each other, to other living things, and to the physical world that supports life. ~ George Lakoff
221:Whatever prompted life to begin, it happened just once. That is the most extraordinary fact in biology, perhaps the most extraordinary fact we know. ~ Bill Bryson
222:Computer science needs to be part of the core curriculum - like algebra, biology, physics, or chemistry. We need all schools to teach it, not just 10%. ~ Brad Feld
223:These hands are yours. You can use them
for good, or for evil. And no amount of nature, biology, or DNA determines those
decisions for you. ~ Sylvain Reynard
224:We must [it has been arued] go beyond reductionism to a holistic recognition that biology and culture interpenetrate in an inextricable manner. ~ Stephen Jay Gould
225:Biology is more like history than it is like physics. You have to know the past to understand the present. And you have to know it in exquisite detail. ~ Carl Sagan
226:When you have really solid biology and medical science at the core of an issue, it makes it much easier to identify what potential solutions may be. ~ James Redford
227:I started taking a basic biology course, and I really loved it. I started asking research questions incessantly. I was drawn very quickly to biology. ~ James Rothman
228:After an extensive interview he arranged for my weaknesses in foreign languages to be over-looked and so I started a Biology degree at Birmingham in 1967. ~ Paul Nurse
229:Databases, ontologies, and visual representations tie informatic genomes to the specific practices of computers, computational biology, and bioinformatics. ~ Anonymous
230:Even God cannot make two times two not make four. ~ Hugo Grotius, as quoted in Delbert D. Thiessen (ed.), A Sociobiology Compendium: Aphorisms, Sayings, Asides, p. 18.
231:I can't be as confident about computer science as I can about biology. Biology easily has 500 years of exciting problems to work on. It's at that level. ~ Donald Knuth
232:What's been gratifying is to live long enough to see molecular biology and evolutionary biology growing toward each other and uniting in research efforts. ~ E O Wilson
233:Death is the black hole of biology. It's an event horizon, and once you go over that event horizon, no information can be passed back out of the hole. ~ Terence McKenna
234:The Department of Cell Biology at Johns Hopkins was founded and directed by Tom Pollard, an engaging young scientist with remarkable energy and enthusiasm. ~ Peter Agre
235:Whether it's in an inner-city school or a rural community, I want those students to have a chance to take A.P. biology and A.P. physics and marine biology. ~ Arne Duncan
236:it will explore the consequences of the evolution theory for a particular issue. My purpose is to examine the biology of selfishness and altruism. Apart ~ Richard Dawkins
237:To what extent is someone at fault if his brain is damaged in ways about which he has no choice? After all, we are not independent of our biology, right? ~ David Eagleman
238:What an evolutionary approach does not involve, however, is any notion that all behaviour is genetically determined and that our biology is our destiny. ~ Robin I M Dunbar
239:But biology and computer science - life and computation - are related. I am confident that at their interface great discoveries await those who seek them. ~ Leonard Adleman
240:Every psychological explanation comes sooner or later to lean either on biology or on logic (or on sociology, but this in turn leads to the same alternatives). ~ Jean Piaget
241:Geology has joined biology in lowering mankind's self-esteem. Geology suggests how mankind's existence is contingent upon the geological consent of the planet. ~ George Will
242:It's a lot like a biology study date,' I told my reflection nonchalantly. 'Only... Without the biology and studying.'

Biology study date... ~ Becca Fitzpatrick
243:that nothing in biology made sense except in the light of evolution and chance, contingency. He put everything in the context of deep evolutionary time. Steve ~ Oliver Sacks
244:The specific areas of science that I have explored most over the years are subatomic physics, cosmology, and biology, including neuroscience and psychology. ~ Dalai Lama XIV
245:The work of both Piaget and Kinsey suggests that while biology is always a dominant influence on behavior, environment is critical to its expression. Even ~ Tom Butler Bowdon
246:For nine months I grew a human being inside my belly and then I pushed it out my vagina and now I'm feeding it with my boob. Biology is so fucking weird. ~ Heather B Armstrong
247:It was a stunning result. Years later, long after these children had left home, this short intervention at age 11 was still dramatically affecting their biology. ~ Jo Marchant
248:The fact that the mind rules the body is, in spite of its neglect by biology and medicine, the most fundamental fact which we know about the process of life. ~ Franz Alexander
249:Thus, physics and astronomy relegated our world to a corner of the cosmos, and biology shifted our status from a simulacrum of God to a naked, upright ape. ~ Stephen Jay Gould
250:You can't even begin to understand biology, you can't understand life, unless you understand what it's all there for, how it arose - and that means evolution. ~ Richard Dawkins
251:Because all of biology is connected, one can often make a breakthrough with an organism that exaggerates a particular phenomenon, and later explore the generality. ~ Thomas Cech
252:In the midst of chaos and death, a new family had been forged. One that as chosen as opposed to an accident of biology—and for that reason, more abiding and enduring. ~ J R Ward
253:Physics investigates the essential nature of the world, and biology describes a local bump. Psychology, human psychology, describes a bump on the bump. ~ Willard Van Orman Quine
254:The big picture, I think, is that common ancestry is evidentially prior to natural selection in Darwin's theory and in contemporary evolutionary biology as well. ~ Elliott Sober
255:We didn't stay in the caves. We haven't stayed on the planet. With biotechnology, gene sequencing, we are not going to even stay within the limitations of biology. ~ Jason Silva
256:But the main lesson we can extract from biology is that it’s better to cultivate a team of populations that attack the problem in different, overlapping manners. ~ David Eagleman
257:In microbiology the roles of mutation and selection in evolution are coming to be better understood through the use of bacterial cultures of mutant strains. ~ Edward Lawrie Tatum
258:Keep in mind that right and wrong are not matters of opinion. They are principles we must discover and apply. They are laws of biology for intelligent species ~ Richard J Maybury
259:The technology of synthetic biology is currently accelerating at four times the rate of Moore's Law. It's been doing that since 2005, and it's likely to continue. ~ Stewart Brand
260:It has become part of the accepted wisdom to say that the twentieth century was the century of physics and the twenty-first century will be the century of biology. ~ Freeman Dyson
261:I don't think biology is replacing the feeling experienced through art. Biology is capable of giving additional insights. It's a parallel, not a substitutive process. ~ Eric Kandel
262:we are not learning from a mere thousand days, but benefiting, thanks to evolution, from the learning of our ancestors—which found its way into our biology. ~ Nassim Nicholas Taleb
263:Paradoxically, it has turned out that game theory is more readily applied to biology than to the field of economic behavior for which it was originally designed ~ John Maynard Smith
264:Perhaps most excitingly, we are uncovering the brain basis of our behaviors - normal, abnormal and in-between. We are mapping a neurobiology of what makes us us. ~ Robert M Sapolsky
265:The shared meal elevates eating from a mechanical process of fueling the body to a ritual of family and community, from the mere animal biology to an act of culture. ~ Michael Pollan
266:With continued progress in the rapidly growing field known as pharmacogenetics, it will become possible to prescribe drugs based on each patient's own unique biology. ~ Gary F Marcus
267:From the sociological point of view, mankind is not an aggregation, but forms a structural whole. ~ Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, The Place of Technology in a General Biology of Mankind
268:My thinking is very flexible, and I hope that it will remain flexible and creative as long as biology permits me to think and that I will remain a rebel all my life. ~ Murray Bookchin
269:I don't endorse deism or interventionist theism. My point is just that evolutionary biology is logically compatible with the former and with some versions of the latter. ~ Elliott Sober
270:Philosophers of biology generally recognize that evolutionary fitness (roughly, an organism's ability to survive and reproduce in its environment) is multiply realizable. ~ Elliott Sober
271:Indeed, some leading scientists, such as Dr. Thomas Seyfried, a professor of biology at Boston College, have proposed a yearly seven-day water-only fast for this very reason. ~ Jason Fung
272:I really wanted to be a doctor, until my freshman year of college when I realized that while I was good at chemistry and biology, I really wasn't feeling challenged by it. ~ Marissa Mayer
273:It requires a deliberate mental effort to turn biology the right way up again, and remind ourselves that the replicators come first, in importance as well as in history. ~ Richard Dawkins
274:So I told the lady Biology and high school were useless crap, I was going to get a job, and I was never coming back to school.
And I didn’t.
Yeah, I sure showed them. ~ Diana Rowland
275:We are not victims of our biology or circumstances. How we react to the events and circumstances of life can have an enormous impact on our mental and even physical health. ~ Caroline Leaf
276:Biology has tended to be an observational science and deriving things from first principles has not been possible in the past but I hate to predict the future on that. ~ Jeremiah P Ostriker
277:Housekeeping comprises the ability to find, evaluate, and use information about nutrition, cooking, chemistry and biology, health, comfort, laundry, cleaning, and safety. ~ Cheryl Mendelson
278:I leaned in closer, like a fool, like someone who had not had months of survival training or ever studied biology. Someone tricked into thinking that words should be read. ~ Jeff VanderMeer
279:Religion is the best antidote to the individualism of the consumer age. The idea that society can do without it flies in the face of history and, now, evolutionary biology. ~ Jonathan Sacks
280:Looking to biology to explain the low prevalence of eating disorders among men is like looking to genetics to explain why nonsmokers do not get lung cancer as often as smokers. ~ Susan Bordo
281:Of course language arose in a Darwinian biological world, because that's all there is, but that world relates only superficially to the pop-biology that circulates informally. ~ Noam Chomsky
282:the recent discovery that your habits and emotions can impact your biology so deeply that it causes changes in the genes that are transmitted to the next several generations. ~ Daniel G Amen
283:Although in principle we know the equations that govern the whole of biology, we have not been able to reduce the study of human behavior to a branch of applied mathematics. ~ Stephen Hawking
284:biology is usually called upon to justify a society based on selfish principles, but we should never forget that it has also produced the glue that holds communities together. ~ Frans de Waal
285:It will be in the convergence of evolutionary biology, developmental biology and cancer biology that the answer to cancer will lie. Nor will this confluence be a one-way street. ~ Paul Davies
286:Life and consciousness are no longer chance anomalies in nature; rather, we find in biology a complement to the physics of matter. ~ Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, The Formation of the Noösphere
287:Consciousness properly so-called is the property specific to very large complexes; it is a result of them. ~ Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, The Place of Technology in a General Biology of Mankind
288:I also suspect that many workers in this field [molecular biology] and related fields have been strongly motivated by the desire, rarely actually expressed, to refute vitalism. ~ Francis Crick
289:The fact of evolution is the backbone of biology, and biology is thus in the peculiar position of being a science founded on an improved theory, is it then a science or faith? ~ Charles Darwin
290:half of our happiness is determined by factors other than biology. Ten percent is connected to “life circumstances” and the other 40 percent is dependent on our life decisions. It ~ Joel Osteen
291:God, there's teaching biology and teaching sexuality, and it's two separate things. They mix it and make it more of a morality thing where it's like, "A man and woman have a baby." ~ Jen Kirkman
292:I was 12 or 13 years old. So I started to write poetry and fiction, even though I was really into biology because my dad was a science teacher. I kept writing all those years. ~ Darren Aronofsky
293:My first class is biology. I can't find it and get my first demerit for wandering the hall. It is 8:50 in the morning. Only 699 days and 7 class periods until graduation. ~ Laurie Halse Anderson
294:The Emperor of All Maladies by Siddhartha Mukherjee. I am also indebted to The Biology of Cancer by Robert A. Weinberg, and to Josh Sundquist, Marshall Urist, and Jonneke Hollanders, ~ Anonymous
295:I try to show the public that chemistry, biology, physics, astrophysics is life. It is not some separate subject that you have to be pulled into a corner to be taught about. ~ Neil deGrasse Tyson
296:man is a social animal, characterized by cronyism, nepotism, corruption, and gossip. That’s the intrinsic blueprint for our ‘ethical behavior,’” he argued. “It’s pure biology. ~ Carlos Ruiz Zaf n
297:Computer science … jobs should be way more interesting than even going to Wall Street or being a lawyer--or, I can argue, than anything but perhaps biology, and there it's just a tie. ~ Bill Gates
298:Biology has progressed tremendously due to the model that Darwin put forth. But the black boxes Darwin accepted are now being opened, and our view of the world is again being shaken. ~ Michael Behe
299:If you prefer an “academic life” as a retreat from reality, do not go into biology. This field is for a man or woman who wishes to get even closer to life. —Hermann Muller We ~ Siddhartha Mukherjee
300:One can choose to obsess over prescriptive rules, but they have no more to do with human language than the criteria for judging cats at a cat show have to do with mammalian biology. ~ Steven Pinker
301:The fact that the mind rules the body is, in spite of its neglect by biology and medicine, the most fundamental fact which we know about the process of life. — FRANZ ALEXANDER, M. D. ~ Lissa Rankin
302:So it seems to me there are two big unknowns at the very heart of biology today: why life evolved in the perplexing way it did, and why cells are powered in such a peculiar fashion. This ~ Nick Lane
303:The 'control of nature' is a phrase conceived in arrogance, born of the Neanderthal age of biology and philosophy, when it was supposed that nature exists for the convenience of man. ~ Rachel Carson
304:"Tiger is a natural kind" and "Tiger is a historical particular" are incompatible with each other, and evolutionary biology provides a reason for favoring the latter over the former. ~ Elliott Sober
305:Industry is not accidental but constitutes an event that can entail the most far-reaching spiritual consequences. ~ Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, The Place of Technology in a General Biology of Mankind
306:I trained initially as a physical chemist, and then, after becoming interested in biology, I went to medical school and learned how to be a physician. So, I'm a physician scientist. ~ Francis Collins
307:It's funny but when young people say to me "what can I study to be a force for change, should I study law or biology or business?" My answer is music, drama, journalism, communications. ~ Paul Watson
308:The evidence for evolution pours in, not only from geology, paleontology, biogeography, and anatomy, but of course from molecular biology and every other branch of the life sciences. ~ Daniel Dennett
309:A strong feeling of adventure is animating those who are working on bacterial viruses, a feeling that they have a small part in the great drive towards a fundamental problem in biology. ~ Max Delbruck
310:This overall flow of genetic information—from DNA to RNA to protein—is known as the central dogma of molecular biology, and it is the language used to communicate and express life. ~ Jennifer A Doudna
311:Biology is the study of complicated things that give the appearance of having been designed for a purpose. Physics is the study of simple things that do not tempt us to invoke design. ~ Richard Dawkins
312:I can see no practical application of molecular biology to human affairs... DNA is a tangled mass of linear molecules in which the informational content is quite inaccessible. ~ Frank Macfarlane Burnet
313:To address questions of scientific responsibility does not necessarily imply that one needs technical competence in a particular field (e.g. biology) to evaluate certain technical matters. ~ Serge Lang
314:Biology is not destiny. There are ways to lead a good life with depression. Indeed, people who learn from their depression can develop a particular moral profundity from the experience, ~ Andrew Solomon
315:What is truly revolutionary about molecular biology in the post-Watson-Crick era is that it has become digital...the machine code of the genes is uncannily computer-like.' -Richard Dawkins ~ Matt Ridley
316:Berg to discuss the advances that were being made in gene splicing and recombinant DNA. Berg described how difficult it was to do experiments in a biology lab, where it could take weeks ~ Walter Isaacson
317:Evolutionary biology is genuinely scientific, but more than that it opens the door to a world more marvellous than any Christian fundamentalist has ever read into the pages of the Bible. ~ Ambrose Bierce
318:I think the biggest innovations of the twenty-first century will be the intersection of biology and technology. A new era is beginning, just like the digital one was when I was his age. ~ Walter Isaacson
319:There is only one thing which is more unreasonable than the unreasonable effectiveness of mathematics in physics, and this is the unreasonable ineffectiveness of mathematics in biology. ~ Israel Gelfand,
320:To conquer your biology, stop seeing people sexually and start seeing them as family. In our day, we have really a perverted notion where it's like strangers and potential sexual objects. ~ Mark Driscoll
321:Too few people in computer science are aware of some of the informational challenges in biology and their implications for the world. We can store an incredible amount of data very cheaply. ~ Sergey Brin
322:I'm an amateur science enthusiast. I'm not even a professional enthusiast. I don't know anything; I never even passed biology in high school. But I read the science section of the newspaper. ~ Dave Eggers
323:Maybe the best we can hope for is that those we leave behind find comfort in knowing, that we’re born out of love, and not science. That biology explains the how, but love explains the why ~ Shane Koyczan
324:The good news was that "biology" turned out to be the magic password for working at the Museum of Natural History, just the way "art history" would at the Met or "trust fund" at the MoMA. ~ Sloane Crosley
325:Decades of rigorous testing of girls and boys confirm that there are few psychological differences between the sexes, and that the differences seen are heavily shaped by culture, not biology. ~ Angela Saini
326:Physics was the first of the natural sciences to become fully modern and highly mathematical.Chemistry followed in the wake of physics, but biology, the retarded child, lagged far behind. ~ Michael Crichton
327:She’s just a little faint,” I reassured Mrs. Hammond. “They’re blood typing in biology.” She nodded, understanding now. “There’s always one.” I stifled a laugh. Trust Bella to be that one. ~ Stephenie Meyer
328:We know from biology that new forms of organisms simulate their primitive form as closely as possible at first, even though obliged to exist under changed internal and external conditions. ~ Wilhelm Ostwald
329:But just like living under chronic stress is unhealthy, trying to control every aspect of your thoughts, emotions, and behavior is a toxic strategy. It is too big a burden for your biology. ~ Kelly McGonigal
330:We’re at a moment in human history when the marriage of our biology and our technology will transcend the brain’s limitations. We can hack our own hardware to steer a course into the future. ~ David Eagleman
331:For businesses, biomimicry is about bringing a new discipline - biology - to the design table. It's not to write an environmental impact statement, as most biologists in business do right now. ~ Janine Benyus
332:Francis Crick, co-discoverer of the structure of DNA, arguably the greatest discovery in biology in the twentieth century, famously said, “If you want to understand function, study structure. ~ David J Linden
333:Thoughts are an important part of your inner wisdom and they are very powerful. A thought held long enough and repeated often enough becomes a belief. A belief then becomes your biology. ~ Christiane Northrup
334:Your biography becomes your biology. This biography includes the totality of your choices, the things you feed your body - you thoughts, your actions, your food - the thing you feed your life. ~ Caroline Myss
335:All I hope for is one moment of rational thought and a shot at action before I'm lost to a great saddening madness, pithed at the hands of my own stumbling biology.

[Johnny Truant] ~ Mark Z Danielewski
336:And the actual achievements of biology are explanations in terms of mechanisms founded on physics and chemistry, which is not the same thing as explanations in terms of physics and chemistry. ~ Michael Polanyi
337:The school was very supportive. The only class that I had to attend every day was biology when we were doing dissections. I would take an 8 a.m. bio class, dissect my animal, and then run to work. ~ Mila Kunis
338:Imagine someone holding forth on biology whose only knowledge of the subject is 'The Book of British Birds,' and you have a rough idea of what it feels like to read Richard Dawkins on theology. ~ Terry Eagleton
339:It is all too easy to accept emotions as primitive "givens" and proceed toward a superficial understanding based on words, arbitrary definitions, and the quiddities of logic rather than biology. ~ Jaak Panksepp
340:Although there are occasions when it is more pronounced and awful and occasions when it is actually horrific, trauma does not just happen to a few unlucky people. It is the bedrock of our biology. ~ Mark Epstein
341:Biology seems to be a chemical strategy for amplifying quantum mechanical indeterminacy so that it leaves the subatomic realm and can be present in a hundred and forty five pound block of meat. ~ Terence McKenna
342:How do people stay in love, anyway? Is it a choice? Or is it like those plants we studied in biology that mutate into something new and totally different but are still part of the same plant family? ~ Libba Bray
343:This is absolutely correct and forms part of the larger concept that top-down causation is a key factor not just in the way the brain works but in broader contexts in biology and even physics. ~ George F R Ellis
344:This week, Georgia's board of education approved a plan that allows teachers to keep using the word Evolution when teaching biology. Though, as a compromise, dinosaurs are now called Jesus Horses. ~ Jimmy Fallon
345:Yes, there's genetics. Yes, there are chromosomes. Yes, there's biology. Yes, there are environment, sociology, parenting, economics, class, and all of that. But there is something else, as well. ~ James Hillman
346:I can’t be as confident about computer science as I can about biology. Biology easily has 500 years of exciting problems to work on. It’s at that level. ~ Donald Knuth (1993) Computer Literacy Bookshops Interview
347:In biology, fungus is a kingdom unto itself, a documented land of rot and decay, a place for yeasts and molds and spores and every manner of thing that grows in the dark, a fairy tale gone wrong. ~ A S A Harrison
348:She’s just a little faint,” I reassured Mrs. Hammond. “They’re blood typing in biology.”
She nodded, understanding now. “There’s always one.”
I stifled a laugh. Trust Bella to be that one. ~ Stephenie Meyer
349:There wasn’t much there—just Macy’s school texts, various biology and anatomy and nursing tomes. Fascinating stuff, I’m sure. Especially the one on thanatochemistry, whatever the hell that was. ~ Kelley Armstrong
350:With my biology degree, I got this job at an environmental lab. We tested sewage runoff, we tested chemical warfare waste runoff. It's a job I'll never do again and I would never wish upon anybody. ~ Dustin Lynch
351:her down. She was limited by biology and her flightsuit. Dwelling on her own constraints gave Molly another crazy idea. She recognized the old Tchung ship designs they were up against. If the missiles ~ Hugh Howey
352:My brother and I were born in an Irish county called Tipperary. We were both very math- and science-inclined in high school. My dad trained as an electrical engineer, and my mom is in microbiology. ~ John Collison
353:And so a strange new possibility is arising. Compromised, indefinite, sketchy, but not entirely obliterated: free will is making a comeback. Biology gives you a brain. Life turns it into a mind. ~ Jeffrey Eugenides
354:While Occam's razor is a useful tool in the physical sciences, it can be a very dangerous implement in biology. It is thus very rash to use simplicity and elegance as a guide in biological research. ~ Francis Crick
355:Usually based on an economic agenda, white working-class voters don't buy into this whole biology-chemistry-abortion-gender agenda as much as they want more take-home pay. They want affordability. ~ Kellyanne Conway
356:Chaitin proved that physical laws alone, for example, could not explain chemistry or biology, because the laws of physics contain drastically less information than do chemical or biological phenomena. ~ George Gilder
357:We poor mortals, we fellow sufferers, are such victims of biology that we fill our lives with guilt about natural acts…and that we all have the goal of extricating ourselves from the thralldom of sex. ~ Irvin D Yalom
358:Does the evolutionary doctrine clash with religious faith? It does not. It is a blunder to mistake the Holy Scriptures for elementary textbooks of astronomy, geology, biology, and anthropology. ~ Theodosius Dobzhansky
359:The first thing that the boy called Smoke told Nick Waters was: “Your biology book’s in my locker. The combination is 5-3-5.” And the second thing he said was: “I didn’t do that fire, man. I’m innocent. ~ Carl Hiaasen
360:virus. In biology, nothing is clear, everything is too complicated, everything is a mess, and just when you think you understand something, you peel off a layer and find deeper complications beneath. ~ Richard Preston
361:Biology can be divided into the study of proximate causes, the study of the physiological sciences (broadly conceived), and into the study of ultimate (evolutionary) causes, the subject of natural history. ~ Ernst Mayr
362:mostly I saw her efforts to induct me into adulthood much as a calf might see its mother’s explanations of veal: I was being recruited into the great death march of biology—be born, reproduce, die. ~ Barbara Ehrenreich
363:The machine code of the genes is uncannily computer-like. Apart from differences in jargon, the pages of a molecular biology journal might be interchanged with those of a computer engineering journal. ~ Richard Dawkins
364:At that moment, I truly was in awe - of the way Darren and I had created a person together, of the way genetics made her look like me, of the way biology works to make this moment of happiness possible. ~ Jill Santopolo
365:bi·sex·u·al   adj. sexually attracted to both men and women.  [BIOLOGY] having characteristics of both sexes.   n. a person who is sexually attracted to both men and women.   bi·sex·u·al·i·tyn. ~ Oxford University Press
366:I like to read general biology - things about the immune system and advances in that area - because it lays the foundation for my part of the dialogue at the foundation about what things we ought to pursue. ~ Bill Gates
367:It's amazing how many of the things needed for a basic biology lab are capable of blowing up, if you're willing to try very, very hard, and don't much care about possibly losing a few fingers in the process. ~ Mira Grant
368:Like the good ape he is, man is a social animal, characterized by cronyism, nepotism, corruption, and gossip. That's the intrinsic blueprint for our 'ethical behavior,'" he argued. "It's pure biology. ~ Carlos Ruiz Zaf n
369:Like the good ape he is, man is a social animal, characterized by cronyism, nepotism, corruption, and gossip. That’s the intrinsic blueprint for our ‘ethical behavior,’” he argued. “It’s pure biology. ~ Carlos Ruiz Zaf n
370:The biology of emotional freedom depends on getting your endorphins flowing and turning off your stress hormones. How you achieve this? Laughter, exercise, meditation and doing anything that makes you loved. ~ Judith Orloff
371:If a family is an expression of continuity through biology, a city is an expression of continuity through will amd imagination? through mental choices making artifice, not through physical reproduction. ~ A Bartlett Giamatti
372:If you were standing in the path of the beam, you would obviously die pretty quickly. You wouldn't really die of anything, in the traditional sense. You would just stop being biology and start being physics. ~ Randall Munroe
373:mutations. The Baldwin effect, also known as dual inheritance theory, brings culture and biology together and seeks to explain those evolutionary changes that can’t be explained by either one on their own. ~ Daniel L Everett
374:The only two approaches to dealing with uncertainty are design and default. When you operate by default, your biology, which is wired for comfort, wins out and you almost always end up squarely in the gray zone. ~ Todd Henry
375:I cannot think of a single field in biology or medicine in which we can claim genuine understanding, and it seems to me the more we learn about living creatures, especially ourselves, the stranger life becomes. ~ Lewis Thomas
376:Influenced by him, and probably even more so by my brother Theodore a year older than me, I soon became interested in biology and developed a respect for the importance of science and the scientific method. ~ Frederick Sanger
377:Richard either didn't hear me, or chose to ignore it. Smart, handsome, junior high science teacher, degree in preternatural biology, what more could i ask for? Give me a minute and I'd think of something. ~ Laurell K Hamilton
378:While this neurobiology is mighty impressive, the brain is not where a behavior 'begins'. It's merely the final common pathway by which all the factors in the chapters to come converge and create behavior. ~ Robert M Sapolsky
379:Extreme heroism springs from something that no scientific theory can fully explain; it's an illogical impulse that flies in the face of biology, psychology, actuarial statistics, and basic common sense. ~ Christopher McDougall
380:If you want to become a biologist, it doesn't help to go into the Harvard biology library and all the information is there for you. You have to know what to look for and the internet is the same, just magnified. ~ Noam Chomsky
381:High school was interesting, because I went from a public school middle school to an academy where the first year we were doing Latin, chemistry, biology. I mean, I was woefully unprepared for the type of study. ~ Kyle Chandler
382:I want to know where joy lives. I'd interview scientists, religious leaders and heads of state. I'd want to find out exactly what makes people happy. I'd want to look into the biology, the chemistry of the human brain. ~ Goldie
383:we still have a long way to go in terms of creating a rock-solid science that could match the certainty of, say, physics and biology. In the meantime, we all need a personal theory of what makes people tick. ~ Tom Butler Bowdon
384:We use words like sister and aunt as if they describe rigid laws of biology. But despite our genetic essentialism, these laws are really only rules of thumb. Under the right conditions, they can be readily broken. ~ Carl Zimmer
385:Opera stars know that biology is destiny. Sometime in their 50s or early 60s, the powerful, flexible and ultimately mysterious instrument that has been the source of their artistry frays, cracks and disappears. ~ Michael A Walsh
386:The brain is biology's greatest challenge. Perhaps in a sense it is the greatest challenge for science as a whole, beyond moon landings, the ultimate particles of the physicist and the depths of astronomical space. ~ Steven Rose
387:To pretend that civilization can exist without destroying its own landbase and the landbases and cultures of others is to be entirely ignorant of history, biology, thermodynamics, morality, and self-preservation. ~ Derrick Jensen
388:I have spent a lifetime running from it, trying to forget, but now I see what a waste all that was. Antoine was Julien’s father in every way that mattered. It is not biology that determines fatherhood. It is love. ~ Kristin Hannah
389:Racism does not limit itself to biology or economics or psychology or metaphysics; it attacks along many fronts and in many forms, deploying whatever is at hand, and even what is not, inventing when the need arises. ~ Albert Memmi
390:Women of all groups were measurably more likely than their male counterparts to vote for equality, health, and education, and against violence as a way of solving conflict. It wasn't about biology, but experience. ~ Gloria Steinem
391:Most of us experience gender conditioning so young—research shows it begins in infancy—that we misunderstand the relationship between nature and nurture, culture and biology, fitting in and being oneself. ~ Thomas Page McBee
392:Success is deeply rooted in time and place. You may have the drive to read tons of books on biology. But if there are no books on biology in your library, and the library is never open, your drive is meaningless. ~ Malcolm Gladwell
393:What an odd time to be a fundamentalist about adaptation and natural selection - when each major subdiscipline of evolutionary biology has been discovering other mechanisms as adjuncts to selection's centrality. ~ Stephen Jay Gould
394:Altruism has always been one of biology's deep mysteries. Why should any animal, off on its own, specified and labeled by all sorts of signals as its individual self, choose to give up its life in aid of someone else? ~ Lewis Thomas
395:Herbert Read thought we would need a mystical theory to connect beauty and function. Well, it took one hundred years, but today we have that theory, one based in biology, neuroscience, and psychology, not mysticism. ~ Donald A Norman
396:Now we see evolutionary trends in a variety of areas ranging from atomic and molecular physics through fluid mechanics, chemistry and biology to large scale systems of relevance in environmental and economic sciences ~ Ilya Prigogine
397:Some people will bring up evolutionary biology and apes, how female apes bow to male apes - that sort of thing. But the point is this: we are not apes. Apes also live in trees and eat earthworms. We do not. ~ Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
398:I think people who have all kinds of debilitating mobility issues will benefit from robotic augmentation. That is even before we get into organ replacement and organ printing and synthetic biology and so on and so forth. ~ Jason Silva
399:What sort of person experimentally infests a child with maggots? A confident sort, certainly. A maverick. Someone comfortable with the unpretty facts of biology. Someone who is perhaps himself an unpretty fact of biology. ~ Mary Roach
400:It's also important that I, or [Producer] Karen Pritzker, also say that this film [ "Resilience: The Biology of Stress & the Science of Hope"] is not going to singlehandedly solve crime and poverty, or make big changes. ~ James Redford
401:Biology: how the physical body functions         • Psychology: developmental issues and thought patterns         • Social connections: social support and current life situation         • Spiritual health: what life means ~ Daniel G Amen
402:Biology is a software process. Our bodies are made up of trillions of cells, each governed by this process. You and I are walking around with outdated software running in our bodies, which evolved in a very different era. ~ Ray Kurzweil
403:If the history-deniers who doubt the fact of evolution are ignorant of biology, those who think the world began less than ten thousand years ago are worst than ignorant, they are the deluded to the point of perversity. ~ Richard Dawkins
404:Rippon, Fine, Jordan-Young, and Kaiser have argued that biology and society are “entangled”—that they work in concert with each other, through mechanisms like plasticity, to create the complicated picture we call “gender. ~ Angela Saini
405:If mathematics ability were rooted in biology and sex differences were fixed, then we wouldn’t expect to see these changes over time. What’s more, we would expect the differences to be the same everywhere. And they’re not. ~ Angela Saini
406:Our mating is chemistry and biology. My body, my blood, needs you on a fundamental level. You. Your body brings me peace, comfort. Your blood restores my immortality and humanity. But I wanted you before this, Shayla. ~ Laura Kaye
407:Some ... sexist evil probably predates religion and can be ascribed to our biology, but there is no question that religion promulgates and renders sacrosanct attitudes toward women that would be unseemly in a brachiating ape. ~ Sam Harris
408:The pace of progress in biology creates a foundation that naturally gets picked up by the biotech and pharmaceutical industry to solve rich-world diseases. This is attractive science. It's science that people want to work on. ~ Bill Gates
409:A 70-year-old who takes good care of herself can have the biology of a 40-year-old. Conversely, a hard-living 30-year-old who has been inattentive to his health and well-being may have the biology of a man many years older. ~ Deepak Chopra
410:studying biology” was our code word for visiting the brothel. We remembered there was a sign on the front of the mansion, READING CRESCENT HOTEL-RESTAURANT, and that the girls had botanical aliases—Flower, Leaf, Daphne, Rose. ~ Orhan Pamuk
411:The genetic code is a product of biology and is messy, illogical and inelegant. It is highly redundant, but to bewilderingly varied degrees: one amino acid (leucine) has six codons, whereas another (tryptophan) has only one. ~ Matthew Cobb
412:When brain activity is kindled in the right spot, people hear voices. If a physician prescribes an anti-epileptic medication, the seizures go away and the voices disappear. Our reality depends on what our biology is up to. ~ David Eagleman
413:My undergraduate degree was in history, and I wish I had been smart enough to really excel at maths, physics, chemistry or biology because... the voyagers and adventurers and real contributors - that's where they come from. ~ Michael Moritz
414:Some cultural phenomena bear a striking resemblance to the cells of cell biology, actively preserving themselves in their social environments, finding the nutrients they need and fending off the causes of their dissolution. ~ Daniel Dennett
415:Throughout history we humans have struggled to find meaning in the awesome contradiction of our human condition. Neither philosophy, nor psychology nor biology has, until now, been able to provide the truthful explanation. ~ Jeremy Griffith
416:Biology is destiny, and destiny is digital, and in this case binary. It was bleakly simple. No one exclaims at the moment of one’s dazzling coming-out, It’s a person! Instead: It’s a girl, It’s a boy. Pink or blue. ~ Ian McEwan
417:Darwinism is still very much alive, utterly dominating biology. Despite the fact that no one has ever been able to prove the creation of a single distinct species by Darwinist means, Darwinism dominates the academy and the media. ~ Ben Stein
418:Everything I did in high school was focused on microbiology, looking at things like algae under a microscope for hours on end. When I was 13, I saved up $100 to buy a good used microscope. I was obsessed with microorganisms. ~ Randy Schekman
419:In biology, nothing is clear, everything is too complicated, everything is a mess, and just when you think you understand something, you peel off a layer and find deeper complications beneath. Nature is anything but simple. ~ Richard Preston
420:[When asked by a student if he believes in any gods]

Oh, no. Absolutely not... The biggest advantage to believing in God is you don't have to understand anything, no physics, no biology. I wanted to understand. ~ James D Watson
421:The same thing that makes friendship so valuable is what makes it so tenuous: it is purely voluntary. You enter into it freely, without the imperatives of biology or the agenda of desire. Officially, you owe each other nothing. ~ Tim Kreider
422:In Darwin's time all of biology was a black box: not only the cell, or the eye, or digestion, or immunity, but every biological structure and function because, ultimately, no one could explain how biological processes occurred. ~ Michael Behe
423:It wasn’t desire, it was biology. My body was adapting to the situation. Doing what it needed to survive. That, I was certain of. Because if I had liked it, liked the hands of this monster, that would have made me a monster too. ~ A Zavarelli
424:Life contains these things: leakage and wickage and discharge, pus and snot and slime and gleet. We are biology. We are reminded of this at the beginning and the end, at birth and at death. In between we do what we can to forget. ~ Mary Roach
425:We are not victims of our biology. We are co-creators of our destiny alongside God. God leads, but we have to choose to let God lead. We have been designed to create thoughts, and from these we live out our lives (Prov. 23:7). ~ Caroline Leaf
426:But sometimes it's so incidental that these people are the parents. Beyond the biology of it. It's not as if they had to pass a test or unlock achievements to be the ones making the decisions. Sometimes they're actually stupid. ~ Mary H K Choi
427:When the brain activity is kindled in the right spot, people hear voices. If a physician prescribes an anti-epileptic medication, the seizures go away and the voices disappear. Our reality depends on what our biology is up to. ~ David Eagleman
428:There are many accidents of biology that are beyond our control. Some of us are short, some of us are tall. Some of us are weak, some of us are strong. Thankfully, though, personalities are not born ugly; they are learned ugly. ~ Philip C Stead
429:So what we can answer [as geneticists] is questions about biology, about biological ancestry. But to make any sense of that historically we have to contextualize it - the archaeology, the linguistic pattern, even the climatology. ~ Spencer Wells
430:I have always loved marine biology and that is what I studied in school. I am hoping to build a marine sanctuary that will also be educational, an eco preserve and a school, perhaps in Costa Rica, that is one of my dreams and goals. ~ Paul Walker
431:Man is a being characterized by hands and a brain: he is a cerebro-manual—and cannot we recognize this character of cerebrality and manuality in global mankind? ~ Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, The Place of Technology in a General Biology of Mankind
432:God is an energy, rather than an anthropomorphic being, and God's language is biology. Red blood cells, the principle of magnetic attraction, neurological synapse: each is a miracle, and in each is the presence and flow of God. ~ Guillermo del Toro
433:Bruce conducted some groundbreaking experiments showing that our genes do not control biology. The idea that genes control biology is a faulty scientific assumption that was debunked by the Human Genome Project around the year 2003, a ~ Louise L Hay
434:The language of chemistry simply does not mesh with that of biology. Chemistry is about substances and how they react, whereas biology appeals to concepts such as information and organisation. Informational narratives permeate biology. ~ Paul Davies
435:We do have tendency, now in biology especially to make up stories, to make theoretical biology a kind of game, in fact we have game theory in biology which is meant to use the theory of games to make predictions or explain things. ~ Richard Lewontin
436:Biology is now bigger than physics, as measured by the size of budgets, by the size of the workforce, or by the output of major discoveries; and biology is likely to remain the biggest part of science through the twenty-first century. ~ Freeman Dyson
437:I have a Ph.D. in cell biology. And that's really manual labor. I mean, experimental science, you do it with your hands. So it's very different. You're out there in a lab, cleaning test tubes, and it just wasn't that fascinating. ~ Barbara Ehrenreich
438:A universe with a God would look quite different from a universe without one. A physics, a biology where there is a God is bound to look different. So the most basic claims of religion are scientific. Religion is a scientific theory. ~ Richard Dawkins
439:I think that local school districts - not the federal government - should make the decision about how they teach science, biology, economics. I want my kids to be taught about evolution; I want my kids to be taught about other theories. ~ Bobby Jindal
440:When the first fossils began to be found in eastern Africa, in the late 1950s, I thought, what a wonderful marriage this was, biology and anthropology. I was around 16 years old when I made this particular choice of academic pursuit. ~ Donald Johanson
441:As a student of conservation biology, I believe that characteristics with survival value will ultimately prevail. There is no survival value in pessimism. If you think failure is inevitable, that view will probably become self-fulfilling. ~ Denis Hayes
442:Usually that's going into biology in a certain way. There's certain strengths and weaknesses to both of the sexes. And I'm not against employing those nor am I against denying those, what I am looking for is a very large array of options. ~ Mark Morris
443:Though we feel we can choose what we do, our understanding of the molecular basis of biology shows that biological processes are governed by the laws of physics and chemistry and therefore are as determined as the orbits of the planets. ~ Stephen Hawking
444:Today you meet more folks than your ancestors could imagine … some in passing. Some for a crucial instant. Others for tangled decades. Biology can’t keep up. Our overworked temporal lobes cannot “know” the face-name-reps of ten billion people! ~ David Brin
445:biology alone cannot provide an answer to the question that concerns us: why is woman the Other? The question is how, in her, nature has been taken on in the course of history; the question is what humanity has made of the human female. ~ Simone de Beauvoir
446:In my heart I believe that biology is the beginning and the end of everything. It's the biggest source of ideas, the biggest source of invention. Nobody can invent better than nature and so if you like nature is my biggest source of inspiration. ~ Ken Yeang
447:Science has proven that while your genes control your biology, a rather simple, nondrug formula of nutrient-rich food, targeted supplements to address missing precursors, and lifestyle changes can keep your genes in perpetual “repair” mode. ~ Sara Gottfried
448:We're not just a cosmic biology experiment that ended up working. We're part of God's much bigger plan for the whole world. Just like God's Son arrived here, so did you. And after Jesus arrived, God whispered to all of humanity...'It's your move. ~ Bob Goff
449:Wherever there is a design that is highly successful in a broad range of similar environments, it is apt to emerge again and again, independently - the phenomenon known in biology as convergent evolution. I call these designs 'good tricks.' ~ Daniel Dennett
450:A doctorate from Oxford in biology, a second degree in education, various other accomplishments and achievements. Sadie wondered what it would feel like to go through life with proof, gold-etched and ebony-framed, that you were worth something. ~ Kate Morton
451:Nonconformists aren't just going against the grain; they're going against the brain. Either their brains aren't taking the easy way out to begin with, or in standing apart from their peers, these students are standing up to their biology. ~ Alexandra Robbins
452:For me, science is already fantastical enough. Unlocking the secrets of nature with fundamental physics or cosmology or astrobiology leads you into a wonderland compared with which beliefs in things like alien abductions pale into insignificance. ~ Paul Davies
453:I want to do for every aspect of the human world a little bit of what Charles Darwin did for biology, and get you to see past the illusion of design, to see the emergent, unplanned, inexorable and beautiful process of change that lies underneath. ~ Matt Ridley
454:mindset impacts emotion, which alters biology, which increases performance. Thus, it seemed, by tinkering with mindset—using everything from physical to psychological to pharmacological interventions—one could significantly enhance performance. ~ Steven Kotler
455:There is nothing in biology yet found that indicates the inevitability of death. This suggests to me that it is not at all inevitable and that it is only a matter of time before biologists discover what it is that is causing us the trouble. ~ Richard P Feynman
456:Well, biology today as I see it has an amiable look - quite different from the 19th-century view that the whole arrangement of nature is hostile, 'red in tooth and claw.' That came about because people misread Darwin's 'survival of the fittest.' ~ Lewis Thomas
457:Only social patterns can control biological patterns, and the instrument of conversation between society and biology is not words. The instrument of conversation between society and biology has always been a policeman or a soldier and his gun. ~ Robert M Pirsig
458:Biology is a force to be reckoned with. An ugly child you love with all your heart and soul, you. But it's different. You're pleased with your third-floor walk-up, also, until someone invites you I've to dinner at a house with a pool in the garden. ~ Herman Koch
459:Computer science is no more about computers than astronomy is about telescopes, biology is about microscopes or chemistry is about beakers and test tubes. Science is not about tools. It is about how we use them, and what we find out when we do. ~ Edsger Dijkstra
460:…I learned in biology class that more bacteria live and work in one centimeter of my colon, than the number of people who have ever existed in the world. That kind of information makes you think twice about who–or what–is actually in charge. ~ Neil deGrasse Tyson
461:When Alexis was born, I thought I'd never have a second child. How could I, when I'd already poured my love into my first? But then I had Brianna, and then Logan, and I realized something they don't teach you in biology.... The heart stretches. ~ Clare Mackintosh
462:Any concept of biology is not only sterile and profitless, it is distorted and untrue, if it puts its primary focus on unnatural conditions rather than on those vast forces not of man's making that shape and channel the nature and direction of life. ~ Rachel Carson
463:No one can say, "Here is Biology, here Mathematics, here Philosophy." No one can point to Physics, or show us Chemistry. In reality no dotted lines divide History from Geography or Physics from Chemistry, or Philosophy from Linguistics, and so on. These ~ John Holt
464:One of the seeds has split its shell and reaches a white hand upward. An apple tree growing from an apple seed growing in an apple. I show the little plantseed to Ms. Keen. She gives me extra credit. David rolls his eyes. Biology is so cool. ~ Laurie Halse Anderson
465:this chapter is different from the other chapters in this book, in that not only does science not (yet) know the answer, but at present we can barely conceive of how that answer might look in terms of the known laws of physics or biology or information. ~ Nick Lane
466:Even after Sonja graduated secondary school at the top of her class and matriculated to the city university biology department, their parents found more to love in Natasha. Sonja's gifts were too complex to be understood, and therefore less desirable. ~ Anthony Marra
467:It's high time to rescue "intelligent design" from the politics of religion. There are too many riddles not yet answered by either biology or the Bible, and by asking them honestly, without foregone conclusions, science could take a huge leap forward. ~ Deepak Chopra
468:a worldwide flood destroyed all life on earth about five thousand years ago requires denying an immense amount of generally accepted knowledge—from astronomy, physics, geology, paleontology, anthropology, archaeology, biology, cave paintings, and more. ~ Marcus J Borg
469:Katz had read extensively in popular sociobiology, and his understanding of the depressive personality type and its seemingly perverse persistence in the human gene pool was that depression was a successful adaptation to ceaseless pain and hardship. ~ Jonathan Franzen
470:In explaining the importance of understanding our biology, Dawkins writes; “Let us understand what our own selfish genes are up to, because we may then at least have the chance to upset their designs, something which no other species has ever aspired to. ~ Peter Singer
471:She’d spent so much of her life seeing the world as black-and-white, separating right from wrong as confidently as she sorted plant cells from animal cells during a biology exam. But the past year had been a brutal crash course in moral relativity. Clarke ~ Kass Morgan
472:I suppose the marine biology was a post-teen thing. I was kind of on my way but I was one of those teenage boys who got to 13, 14 and had no idea what I was going to do. I liked natural history. I liked the outdoors. And I found the sea quite interesting. ~ Giles Deacon
473:MH and Leon had accepted the call to raise a child, not by railroading her into becoming a gratifying mashup of biology and dreams, but by allowing her to reveal her nature over time, in no particular order, with switchbacks and reversals along the way. ~ Kelly Corrigan
474:When you free women so they can choose to have or not to have, or to conceive - that's something that, for millennia, women couldn't do. Biology was, in many ways, destiny. We wouldn't be talking about gender if women could not control their pregnancies. ~ Lynne Tillman
475:I didn't have toys and bikes; I'd go out and pick up rocks. I was into science and nature. It was my first love. I was going to be a vet and a marine biologist. I went to university and studied biology for two weeks and I just thought: "I've been conned!" ~ Ricky Gervais
476:Seen in the light of evolution, biology is, perhaps, intellectually the most satisfying and inspiring science. Without that light it becomes a pile of sundry facts -- some of them interesting or curious but making no meaningful picture as a whole. ~ Theodosius Dobzhansky
477:So teach Chizalum that biology is an interesting and fascinating subject, but she should never accept it as justification for any social norm. Because social norms are created by human beings, and there is no social norm that cannot be changed. ~ Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
478:The personal eludes biology in just the way that the face in the picture eludes the theory of pigments. The personal is not an addition to the biological: it emerges from it, in something like the way the face emerges from the colored patches on a canvas. ~ Roger Scruton
479:Biology has finally opened up to achieve a unifying embrace of all its disciplines. We're seeing the renaissance of what could be called scientific natural history, which makes available the groundwork - the foundation work - of what is actually on the Earth. ~ E O Wilson
481:Older women especially saw Hillary Clinton as their last and best chance to see a woman in the White House. And not just any woman:7 as one said, “This isn’t just about biology. We don’t want a Margaret Thatcher, who cut off milk for schoolchildren.” They ~ Gloria Steinem
482:Rewriting the history of technology. How, in science, history is rewritten by the losers and how I saw it in my own business and how we can generalize. Does knowledge of biology hurt medicine? Hiding the role of luck. What makes a good entrepreneur? ~ Nassim Nicholas Taleb
483:There is another domain that we consider relevant and having good prospects - marine biology. For many years this region [Russian Far East] has been home for one of the leading institutes of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the Institute of Marine Biology. ~ Vladimir Putin
484:This is not to deny that there are versions of theism that do conflict with evolutionary biology. Young Earth Creationism is an example; it claims that God created life on earth within the past 10,000 to 50,000 years. But other types of theism are different. ~ Elliott Sober
486:D!"#$% &'( )(*+$, '-./ +/ &'( 01&' *($&!"2, the central
focus of biology was on the gene. Now in the 3rst half of
the 21st century, the central focus of biology has shifted to
neural science and speci3cally to the biology of the mind. ~ Eric R Kandel
487:I don't pretend there aren't biological differences, but I don't believe the desire for leadership is hardwired biology, not the desire to win or excel. I believe that it's socialization, that we're socializing our daughters to nurture and our boys to lead. ~ Sheryl Sandberg
488:It's possible to understand the world from studying a leaf. You can comprehend the laws of aerodynamics, mathematics, poetry and biology through the complex beauty of such a perfect structure.

It's also possible to travel the whole globe and learn nothing. ~ Joy Harjo
489:A dynamic female zoology professor expanded her intellectual horizons by urging her to take the daring step of majoring in biology rather than English. In doing so, Carson discovered that science not only engaged her mind but gave her “something to write about. ~ Rachel Carson
490:Conceptually at least, biology is becoming technology. And physically, technology is becoming biology. The two are starting to close on each other, and indeed as we move deeper into genomics and nanotechnology, more than this, they are starting to intermingle. ~ W Brian Arthur
491:Where there's water on Earth, you find life as we know it. So if you find water somewhere else, it becomes a remarkable draw to look closer to see if life of any kind is there, even if it's bacterial, which would be extraordinary for the field of biology. ~ Neil deGrasse Tyson
492:Biology is not destiny. There are ways to lead a good life with depression. Indeed, people who learn from their depression can develop a particular moral profundity from the experience, and this is the thing with feathers at the bottom of their box of miseries. ~ Andrew Solomon
493:Peter Kropotkin was surely on the left. He was one of the founders of what is now called 'sociobiology' or 'evolutionary psychology' with his book Mutual Aid, arguing that human nature had evolved in ways conducive to the communitarian anarchism that he espoused. ~ Noam Chomsky
494:And speaking of shame−never, ever link sexuality and shame. Or nakedness and shame. Do not ever make 'virginity' a focus. Every conversation about virginity becomes a conversation about shame. Teach her to reject the linking of shame and female biology. ~ Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
495:If the story had been about anyone else, it would been dismissed as laaf, that Afghan tendency to exaggerate ---sadly, almost a national affliction; if someone bragged that his son was a doctor, chances were the kid had once passed a biology test in high school. ~ Khaled Hosseini
496:I have never been a fan of science fiction. For me, fiction has to explore the combinatorial possibilities of people interacting under the constraints imposed by our biology and history. When an author is free to suspend the constraints, it's tennis without a net. ~ Steven Pinker
497:Constant effort to struggle against our demons—against the social and behavioral habits that are built into our biology—is one of the ennobling behaviors of which we humans as a species are capable, and which has been critical to many of our triumphs and achievements ~ David Reich
498:If a sect does officially insist that its structure of belief demands that evolution be false, then no compromise is possible. An honest and competent biology teacher can only conclude that the sect's beliefs are wrong and that its religion is a false one. ~ George Gaylord Simpson
499:Science is an attempt, largely successful, to understand the world, to get a grip on things, to get hold of ourselves, to steer a safe course. Microbiology and meteorology now explain what only a few centuries ago was considered sufficient cause to burn women to death. ~ Carl Sagan
500:To function as a citizen, you need to know a little bit about a lot of different sciences—a little biology, a little geology, a little physics, and so on. But universities (and, by extension, primary and secondary schools) are set up to teach one science at a time. ~ Robert M Hazen


   25 Christianity
   14 Science
   13 Integral Yoga
   11 Integral Theory
   7 Occultism
   6 Psychology
   5 Fiction
   1 Education

   25 Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
   5 The Mother
   5 H P Lovecraft
   5 Carl Jung
   5 Aleister Crowley
   3 Sri Aurobindo
   3 Satprem
   3 Nolini Kanta Gupta
   2 George Van Vrekhem

   11 The Phenomenon of Man
   9 The Future of Man
   5 Magick Without Tears
   5 Lovecraft - Poems
   5 Let Me Explain
   3 The Secret Doctrine
   3 The Practice of Psycho therapy
   2 The Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious
   2 Preparing for the Miraculous

0.01 - Introduction, #Agenda Vol 1, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
  This AGENDA ... One day, another species among men will pore over this fabulous document as over the tumultuous drama that must have surrounded the birth of the first man among the hostile hordes of a great, delirious Paleozoic. A first man is the dangerous contradiction of a certain simian logic, a threat to the established order that so genteelly ran about amid the high, indefeasible ferns - and to begin with, it does not even know that it is a man. It wonders, indeed, what it is. Even to itself it is strange, distressing. It does not even know how to climb trees any longer in its usual way
  - and it is terribly disturbing for all those who still climb trees in the old, millennial way. Perhaps it is even a heresy. Unless it is some cerebral disorder? A first man in his little clearing had to have a great deal of courage. Even this little clearing was no longer so sure. A first man is a perpetual question. What am I, then, in the midst of all that? And where is my law? What is the law? And what if there were no more laws? ... It is terrifying. Mathematics - out of order. Astronomy and Biology, too, are beginning to respond to mysterious influences. A tiny point huddled in the center of the world's great clearing. But what is all this, what if I were 'mad'? And then, claws all around, a lot of claws against this uncommon creature. A first man ... is very much alone. He is quite unbearable for the pre-human 'reason.' And the surrounding tribes growled like red monkies in the twilight of Guiana.

03.05 - The Spiritual Genius of India, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 01, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   Keeping this difference in view, we may at once point out that Europe, when she is non-materialist, is primarily religious and only secondarily spiritual, but India is always primarily spiritual and only secondarily religious. The vein of real spirituality in European culture runs underground and follows narrow and circuitous by-paths; rarely does it appear on the top in sudden and momentary flashes and even then only to dive back again into its subterranean hiding-place; upon the collective life and culture it acts more as an indirect influence, an auxiliary leaven than as a direct and dynamic Force. In India there is an abundance, a superfluity even, of religious paraphernalia, but it is the note of spirituality that rings clear and high above all lesser tones and wields a power vivid and manifest. We could say in terms of modern Biology that spirituality tends to be a recessive character in European culture, while in India, it is dominant.

1.01 - Archetypes of the Collective Unconscious, #The Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  "archetypal ideas." The archetype as such is a hypothetical and irrepresen table
  model, something like the "pattern of behaviour" in Biology. Cf. "On the Nature
  of the Psyche," sec. 7.
  pressed in intellectual, biological, or physiological terms. Psy-
  chology, however, is neither Biology nor physiology nor any
  other science than just this knowledge of the psyche.

1.01 - THE STUFF OF THE UNIVERSE, #The Phenomenon of Man, #Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, #Christianity
  own way, matter has obeyed from the beginning that great law
  of Biology to which we shall have to recur time and time again,
  the law of ' complexification V

1.02 - MAPS OF MEANING - THREE LEVELS OF ANALYSIS, #Maps of Meaning, #Jordan Peterson, #Psychology
  because of shared significance [which is (essentially) implication for action, or emotional equivalence].
  Jung believed that many complexes had an archetypal (or universal) basis, rooted in Biology, and that this
  rooting had something specifically to do with memory. It appears that the truth is somewhat more

1.02 - THE WITHIN OF THINGS, #The Phenomenon of Man, #Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, #Christianity
  We can begin to see them and follow them one by one, and in so
  doing we have access to the world of Biology.

1.03 - Some Aspects of Modern Psycho therapy, #The Practice of Psycho therapy, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  something broadly human, with professional and pathological variations.
  Nor, again, is it merely instinctual or biological. If it were, it could verywell be just a chapter in a text-book of Biology. It has an immensely
  important social and cultural aspect without which we could not imagine a

1.03 - THE GRAND OPTION, #The Future of Man, #Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, #Christianity
  istence and determine the phases of a life-history
  of the stars, so the science of Biology, by the com-
  parative study of living forms, has been able to
  change of major dimensions in the human state, of which com-
  parative Biology suggests the cause. The immense social distur-
  bances which today so trouble the world appear to signify that
  of its pole of convergence). It became necessary to transpose our
  physics, Biology and ethics, even our religion, into this new sphere,
  and this we are in process of doing. We can no more return to that

1.03 - The Phenomenon of Man, #Let Me Explain, #Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, #Christianity
  thereby readily linked to the phenomena of matter. In other
  words, Biology is quite naturally incorporated into physics.
  If in fact, as universal experience shows us, life represents a

1.04 - SOME REFLECTIONS ON PROGRESS, #The Future of Man, #Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, #Christianity
  pation of energy and the disintegration of matter. Being now
  called upon by Biology to consider the effects of synthesis, it is be-
  ginning to perceive that, parallel with the phenomenon of corpus-

1.05 - 2010 and 1956 - Doomsday?, #Preparing for the Miraculous, #George Van Vrekhem, #unset
  of a single instance of extraterrestrial life will deprovincial-
  ize Biology, wrote Sagan in his best-selling Cosmos. For
  the first time, the biologists will know what other kinds of

1.05 - Problems of Modern Psycho therapy, #The Practice of Psycho therapy, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  theoretical set-up. Everywhere we come across assumptions which the
  doctor has taken over from natural science and Biology. It is this that has
  largely contri buted to the divorce between modern psychology and the

1.06 - A Summary of my Phenomenological View of the World, #Let Me Explain, #Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, #Christianity
  of 'Revelation' reappears and again finds a place in Cosmo-
  genesis - entering it, this time, through Biology and the
  energetics of evolution.

1.06 - Being Human and the Copernican Principle, #Preparing for the Miraculous, #George Van Vrekhem, #unset
  scientific instruments, that opened a whole new world first
  in cosmology and physics, then in Biology.
  The intellectual adventure of the Renaissance evolving

1.06 - LIFE AND THE PLANETS, #The Future of Man, #Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, #Christianity
  in the light of the widest, soundest and most modern concepts of as-
  tronomy, geology and Biology? That is what I propose to discuss
  here: not from the viewpoint of Sirius, as the saying is that is to say,
  bridges the long-standing, troublesome and seemingly irreducible
  gap between Biology and physics. The wide distinction, which for
  philosophical reasons it has been thought necessary to draw between

1.07 - Medicine and Psycho therapy, #The Practice of Psycho therapy, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  which are not individually acquired but are a priori presences. The theory
  of instinct and the findings of Biology in connection with the symbiotic
  relationship between plant and insect have long made us familiar with
  psycho therapy? That neuroses are somehow connected with instinctual
  disturbances is not surprising. But, as Biology shows, instincts are by no
  means blind, spontaneous, isolated impulses; they are on the contrary

1.07 - THE GREAT EVENT FORESHADOWED - THE PLANETIZATION OF MANKIND, #The Future of Man, #Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, #Christianity
  with the most corruptible and intricate bodies. But it has remained
  for modern Biology and biochemistry to disclose this contrast,
  which lay observation could do no more than perceive, in all its
  and as yet timidly, that sociology has ventured to set up the first
  bridges between Biology and itself. But once we have accepted the
  general Law of Recurrence linking the growth of consciousness to
  ganisms to obtain a higher order of psychic results. The processes
  of chemistry and Biology are continued without a break in the so-
  cial sphere. This accounts for the tendency which has been insuf-

1.08 - The Three Schools of Magick 3, #Magick Without Tears, #Aleister Crowley, #Philosophy
  What is true for every School is equally true for every individual. Success in life, on the basis of the Law of Thelema, implies severe self-discipline. Each being must progress, as Biology teaches, by strict adaptation to the conditions of the organism. If, as the Black School continually asserts, the cause of sorrow is desire, we can still escape the conclusion by the Law of Thelema. What is necessary is not to seek after some fantastic ideal, utterly unsuited to our real needs, but to discover the true nature of those needs, to fulfill them, and rejoice therein.

1.10 - THE FORMATION OF THE NOOSPHERE, #The Future of Man, #Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, #Christianity
  cal account of human destiny. The description of the Mo-
  sphere and its attendant Biology as here propounded, is no
  more opposed to the Divine Transcendence, to Grace, to
  construct an "anatomy" of society is evident. Used without dis-
  cernment and a profound knowledge of Biology, the procedure is
  in danger of lapsing into puerile and sterile subtleties. But pro-
  their purpose. Economists are horrified by the growing number of
  idle hands. Why do they not look a little more to Biology for
  guidance and enlightenment? In its progress through a million
  And it is here, an inevitable intrusion in terms of Biology, and
  in its proper place in terms of science, that we come to the prob-
  sciousness are no longer chance anomalies in Nature; rather we
  find in Biology a complement to the physics of matter. On the one
  hand, I repeat, the stuff of the world dispersing through the radi-

1.10 - The Secret of the Veda, #Vedic and Philological Studies, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  The researches of Comparative Religion although they cannot yet constitute a science, should at least follow as far as possible the lines & methods adopted by the physical Sciences, especially of Biology; they should therefore consist mainly, apart from the mere collection of data, first, in the tracing of existing or later forms to their earlier history & origins, if possible, to their embryonic origins and, secondly, in the careful comparison both of the origins & later history of similar forms in different environments. In India [incomplete]

11.15 - Sri Aurobindo, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 04, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   Such then are the stages in the progression of consciousness; they are clearly observable and admitted practically on all hands. Only Sri Aurobindo points out two crucial characters of this movement. First: Matter, Life, Mind-Intelligence these are not distinct or separate entities, one coming after another, the succeeding one simply adding itself to the preceding, coming we do now know from where. Not so, for something cannot come out of nothing. If life came out of Matter, it is because life was there hidden in Matter, Matter was secretly housing, was instinct with life. That only can evolve which was involved. So, again, if Mind came out of life, it is because Mind was involved in life and therefore also in Matter although at a farther remove. Yet again, vital mind developed into Intelligence and consciousness proper, and it could be only because that too was its secret nature and hence the secret nature of Life and even brute Matter. Thus the whole chain of gradation is linked together indissolubly and the binding reality that runs through all is consciousness, overt or covert. It is indeed consciousness that lies at the root of existence the basic substance, Matter is nothing but consciousness become unconscious; and the whole scheme or processus of the cosmos is the increasing manifestation and expression of that consciousness. Secondly, the other character is that at each cross-over, there is not only a rise in consciousness but also a reversal of consciousness, that is to say, the level attained turns back upon the preceding levels, influencing and moulding them as far as possible in its own mode and law of existence. When life appeared in Matter, wherever there was material life, the matter thus taken up by life behaved differently from dead matter: an organic body does not follow the strict mechanical laws of inanimate bodies. Likewise a life endowed with mind has a different functioning than mere life. And a body which houses a life and mind, which has, as it were, flowered into life and mind moves and acts in another way than an inert body or even a vitalised body. Man's intelligence and reason have reoriented or tend to reorient his vital instincts and reactions, even his bodily functions and forms. A conscious regulation, even refashioning of his life and body is the very essence of human consciousness, the urge of his nature, instead of a spontaneous laissez-faire movement of pure vitality or the mechanical go-round of the material base. These three major provinces or layers of consciousness Matter, Life and Mindman has taken up into himself and in the light of his consciousness his Intelligencehas studied and classified them arranging them serially as the well-known sciences of Physics Biology and Psychology.

1.13 - THE HUMAN REBOUND OF EVOLUTION AND ITS CONSEQUENCES, #The Future of Man, #Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, #Christianity
  pendage, superimposed more or less by our own free will upon the
  laws of Biology, are now showing themselves not metaphorically
  but literally to be a condition of survival for the human race. In
  "in complexity and consciousness." With all respect to the material-
  ist school, which still refuses to examine human Biology, it is undeni-
  able that in Man the external drive of Life tends to be transformed

1.14 - TURMOIL OR GENESIS?, #The Future of Man, #Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, #Christianity
  animals to Man lose distinctness in the extraordinary diversity and
  profusion of living forms now known to Biology. Formerly "in-
  stinct" could be treated as a sort of homogeneous quantity varying
  ism, joined in Grace and charity, we have now added a mysterious
  equivalent organism from the domain of Biology: the "Noo-
  spheric" human unity gradually achieved by the totalizing and

1.15 - THE DIRECTIONS AND CONDITIONS OF THE FUTURE, #The Future of Man, #Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, #Christianity
  would be an error, deserving of vigorous denunci-
  ation, to talk as though Biology in its forecasts can
  behave like astronomy. But it is surely no less ex-

1.16 - The Suprarational Ultimate of Life, #The Human Cycle, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  Let us then look at this vital instinct and life dynamism in its own being and not merely as an occasion for ethical or religious development and see whether it is really rebellious in its very nature to the Divine. We can see at once that what we have described is the first stage of the vital being, the infrarational, the instinctive; this is the crude character of its first native development and persists even when it is trained by the growing application to it of the enlightening reason. Evidently it is in this natural form a thing of the earth, gross, earthy, full even of hideous uglinesses and brute blunders and jarring discords; but so also is the infrarational stage in ethics, in aesthetics, in religion. It is true too that it presents a much more enormous difficulty than these others, more fundamentally and obstinately resists elevation, because it is the very province of the infrarational, a first formulation of consciousness out of the Inconscient, nearest to it in the scale of being. But still it has too, properly looked at, its rich elements of power, beauty, nobility, good, sacrifice, worship, divinity; here too are highreaching gods, masked but still resplendent. Until recently, and even now, reason, in the garb no longer of philosophy, but of science, has increasingly proposed to take up all this physical and vital life and perfect it by the sole power of rationalism, by a knowledge of the laws of Nature, of sociology and physiology and Biology and health, by collectivism, by State education, by a new psychological education and a number of other kindred means. All this is well in its own way and in its limits, but it is not enough and can never come to a truly satisfying success. The ancient attempt of reason in the form of a high idealistic, rational, aesthetic, ethical and religious culture achieved only an imperfect discipline of the vital man and his instincts, sometimes only a polishing, a gloss, a clothing and mannerising of the original uncouth savage. The modern attempt of reason in the form of a broad and thorough rational, utilitarian and efficient instruction and organisation of man and his life is not succeeding any better for all its insistent but always illusory promise of more perfect results in the future. These endeavours cannot indeed be truly successful if our theory of life is right and if this great mass of vital energism contains in itself the imprisoned suprarational, if it has, as it then must have, the instinctive reaching out for something divine, absolute and infinite which is concealed in its blind strivings. Here too reason must be overpassed or surpass itself and become a passage to the Divine.

1.22 - THE END OF THE SPECIES, #The Future of Man, #Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, #Christianity
  physics, 69; and Biology, 100
  Pithecanthropus, 60

1.27 - Structure of Mind Based on that of Body, #Magick Without Tears, #Aleister Crowley, #Philosophy
  Who shall help us here? Not the sonorous Vedas, not the Upanishads, Not Apollonius, Plotinus, Ruysbroeck, Molinos; not any gleaner in the field of priori; no, a mere devotee of natural history and Biology: Ernst Haeckel.

1.67 - Faith, #Magick Without Tears, #Aleister Crowley, #Philosophy
  Nothing in that to contradict the official view, is there? Nothing in Biology either.

1.69 - Original Sin, #Magick Without Tears, #Aleister Crowley, #Philosophy
  This statement is the first need of the world to-day for we are plagued with Meddlesome Matties, male and female, whose one overmastering passion is to mind other peoples' business. They can think of nothing but "control." They aim at an Ethic like that of the convict Prison; at a civilization like that of the Bees or the Termites. But neither history nor Biology acquaint us with any form of progress achieved by any of these communities. Penal settlements and Pall Mall Clubs have not even made provision for the perpetuation of their species; and all such "well-ordered" establishments are quite evidently defenceless against any serious change in their environment. They have failed to comply with the first requirements of Biology; at best, they stagnate, they achieve nothing, they never "get anywhere."

1.79 - Progress, #Magick Without Tears, #Aleister Crowley, #Philosophy
  I have no patience whatever with Utopia-mongers. Biology simply shouts at us that the happy contented community, everyone with his own (often highly specialized) job, nobody in need, nobody in danger, is necessarily stagnant. Termites and other ants, bees, beavers; these and many another have produced perfect systems. What is the first characteristic? Stupidity. "Where there is no vision, the people shall perish." What is the Fighter Termite to do, after he has been blocked out of his home? None of these communities possess any resource at all against any unforeseen unfavourable change of circumstance. (We look rather like that just now at the end of 1944 e.v.) Nor does anyone of them show any achievement; having got to the end of their biological tether, they stay out, without an aim, an idea, an effort. The leech, an insufferable pest in its belt it has killed off tiger, rhinoceros, anything with a nostril! is the curse of our military station at Lebong or was when I was there. At Darjeeling, a few hundred feet higher, devil a one! They have no one to think: now how can we flourish up higher? Those old forlorn-hope Miss-Sahibs how wide are their nostrils! Then how?
  In my not very maternal remarks on Mother-love, was included the substance of the one wise saying of my pet American lunatic "You can't get past their Biology." This is so true, and so disheartening, that it arouses me to combat. Must we for ever be bound to the inconvenient habit of sows and cabbages? I pick up the glove.
  Anyhow, all that I really want you to get into your head "sunning over with little curls" is that Progress demands Anarchy tempered by Common Sense, and that the most formidable obstacle is this Biology.


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Immunobiology (journal)
Immunology and Cell Biology
Impedance microbiology
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Indian Journal of Medical Microbiology
Indian Journal of Pathology & Microbiology
Industrial microbiology
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International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
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In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology Animal
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Nothing in Biology Makes Sense Except in the Light of Evolution
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Oceanography and Marine Biology: An Annual Review
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The Great Barrier Reef: Biology, Environment and Management
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Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Systems Biology and Medicine
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