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chemistry ::: n. --> That branch of science which treats of the composition of substances, and of the changes which they undergo in consequence of alterations in the constitution of the molecules, which depend upon variations of the number, kind, or mode of arrangement, of the constituent atoms. These atoms are not assumed to be indivisible, but merely the finest grade of subdivision hitherto attained. Chemistry deals with the changes in the composition and constitution of molecules. See Atom, Molecule.

chemistry ::: n. --> That branch of science which treats of the composition of substances, and of the changes which they undergo in consequence of alterations in the constitution of the molecules, which depend upon variations of the number, kind, or mode of arrangement, of the constituent atoms. These atoms are not assumed to be indivisible, but merely the finest grade of subdivision hitherto attained. Chemistry deals with the changes in the composition and constitution of molecules. See Atom, Molecule.

Chemistry [from Greek chemeia] An ancient art or science relating to the extraction of medicinal juices from plants, or of metals from their earths, or the transmutation of physical elements, as of base metals into gold, the preparation of elixirs, and other things usually connected with alchemy, from which modern chemistry is a derivative along specialized line.

chemistry; alchemy; the philosopher's stone.


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1:Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood. Now is the time to understand more, so that we may fear less. ~ Marie Curie,
2:Practice is the act of rehearsing a behavior over and over, or engaging in an activity again and again, for the purpose of improving or mastering it, as in the phrase practice makes perfect. ~ ,
3:In string theory, all particles are vibrations on a tiny rubber band; physics is the harmonies on the string; chemistry is the melodies we play on vibrating strings; the universe is a symphony of strings, and the 'Mind of God' is cosmic music resonating in 11-dimensional hyperspace. ~ Michio Kaku,
4:An integral approach is based on one basic idea: no human mind can be 100% wrong. Or, we might say, nobody is smart enough to be wrong all the time. And that means, when it comes to deciding which approaches, methodologies, epistemologies, or ways or knowing are "correct" the answer can only be, "All of them." That is, all of the numerous practices or paradigms of human inquiry - including physics, chemistry, hermeneutics, collaborative inquiry, meditation, neuroscience, vision quest, phenomenology, structuralism, subtle energy research, systems theory, shamanic voyaging, chaos theory, developmental psychology-all of those modes of inquiry have an important piece of the overall puzzle of a total existence that includes, among other many things, health and illness, doctors and patients, sickness and healing. ~ Ken Wilber,
5:On the exoteric side if necessary the mind should be trained by the study of any well-developed science, such as chemistry, or mathematics. The idea of organization is the first step, that of interpretation the second. The Master of the Temple, whose grade corresponds to Binah, is sworn to interpret every phenomenon as a particular dealing of God with his soul. {85} But even the beginner may attempt this practice with advantage. Either a fact fits in or it does not; if it does not, harmony is broken; and as the Universal harmony cannot be broken, the discord must be in the mind of the student, thus showing that he is not in tune with that Universal choir. Let him then puzzle out first the great facts, then the little; until one summer, when he is bald and lethargic after lunch, he understands and appreciates the existence of flies! ~ Aleister Crowley, Liber ABA Book 4,
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:Sweet Mother, Sri Aurobindo is speaking about occult endeavour here and says that those who don't have the capacity must wait till it is given to them. Can't they get it through practice? No. That is, if it is latent in someone, it can be developed by practice. But if one doesn't have occult power, he may try for fifty years, he won't get anywhere. Everybody cannot have occult power. It is as though you were asking whether everybody could be a musician, everybody could be a painter, everybody could... Some can, some can't. It is a question of temperament. What is the difference between occultism and mysticism? They are not at all the same thing. Mysticism is a more or less emotive relation with what one senses to be a divine power - that kind of highly emotional, affective, very intense relation with something invisible which is or is taken for the Divine. That is mysticism. Occultism is exactly what he has said: it is the knowledge of invisible forces and the power to handle them. It is a science. It is altogether a science. I always compare occultism with chemistry, for it is the same kind of knowledge as the knowledge of chemistry for material things. It is a knowledge of invisible forces, their different vibrations, their interrelations, the combinations which can be made by bringing them together and the power one can exercise over them. It is absolutely scientific; and it ought to be learnt like a science; that is, one cannot practise occultism as something emotional or something vague and imprecise. You must work at it as you would do at chemistry, and learn all the rules or find them if there is nobody to teach you. But it is at some risk to yourself that you can find them. There are combinations here as explosive as certain chemical combinations. ~ The Mother, Questions And Answers 1954 ,
8:To analyse the classes of life we have to consider two very different kinds of phenomena: the one embraced under the collective name-Inorganic chemistry-the other under the collective nameOrganic chemistry, or the chemistry of hydro-carbons. These divisions are made because of the peculiar properties of the elements chiefly involved in the second class. The properties of matter are so distributed among the elements that three of them- Oxygen, Hydrogen, and Carbon-possess an ensemble of unique characteristics. The number of reactions in inorganic chemistry are relatively few, but in organic chemistry-in the chemistry of these three elements the number of different compounds is practically unlimited. Up to 1910, we knew of more than 79 elements of which the whole number of reactions amounted to only a few hundreds, but among the remaining three elements-Carbon, Hydrogen and Oxygen-the reactions were known to be practically unlimited in number and possibilities; this fact must have very far reaching consequences. As far as energies are concerned, we have to take them as nature reveals them to us. Here more than ever, mathematical thinking is essential and will help enormously. The reactions in inorganic chemistry always involve the phenomenon of heat, sometimes light, and in some instances an unusual energy is produced called electricity. Until now, the radioactive elements represent a group too insufficiently known for an enlargement here upon this subject. The organic compounds being unlimited in number and possibilities and with their unique characteristics, represent of course, a different class of phenomena, but being, at the same time, chemical they include the basic chemical phenomena involved in all chemical reactions, but being unique in many other respects, they also have an infinitely vast field of unique characteristics. ~ Alfred Korzybski, Manhood of Humanity Questions And Answers 1953,
9:If we analyse the classes of life, we readily find that there are three cardinal classes which are radically distinct in function. A short analysis will disclose to us that, though minerals have various activities, they are not "living." The plants have a very definite and well known function-the transformation of solar energy into organic chemical energy. They are a class of life which appropriates one kind of energy, converts it into another kind and stores it up; in that sense they are a kind of storage battery for the solar energy; and so I define THE PLANTS AS THE CHEMISTRY-BINDING class of life. The animals use the highly dynamic products of the chemistry-binding class-the plants-as food, and those products-the results of plant-transformation-undergo in animals a further transformation into yet higher forms; and the animals are correspondingly a more dynamic class of life; their energy is kinetic; they have a remarkable freedom and power which the plants do not possess-I mean the freedom and faculty to move about in space; and so I define ANIMALS AS THE SPACE-BINDING CLASS OF LIFE. And now what shall we say of human beings? What is to be our definition of Man? Like the animals, human beings do indeed possess the space-binding capacity but, over and above that, human beings possess a most remarkable capacity which is entirely peculiar to them-I mean the capacity to summarise, digest and appropriate the labors and experiences of the past; I mean the capacity to use the fruits of past labors and experiences as intellectual or spiritual capital for developments in the present; I mean the capacity to employ as instruments of increasing power the accumulated achievements of the all-precious lives of the past generations spent in trial and error, trial and success; I mean the capacity of human beings to conduct their lives in the ever increasing light of inherited wisdom; I mean the capacity in virtue of which man is at once the heritor of the by-gone ages and the trustee of posterity. And because humanity is just this magnificent natural agency by which the past lives in the present and the present for the future, I define HUMANITY, in the universal tongue of mathematics and mechanics, to be the TIME-BINDING CLASS OF LIFE. ~ Alfred Korzybski, Manhood of Humanity ,
10:It is natural from the point of view of the Yoga to divide into two categories the activities of the human mind in its pursuit of knowledge. There is the supreme supra-intellectual knowledge which concentrates itself on the discovery of the One and Infinite in its transcendence or tries to penetrate by intuition, contemplation, direct inner contact into the ultimate truths behind the appearances of Nature; there is the lower science which diffuses itself in an outward knowledge of phenomena, the disguises of the One and Infinite as it appears to us in or through the more exterior forms of the world-manifestation around us. These two, an upper and a lower hemisphere, in the form of them constructed or conceived by men within the mind's ignorant limits, have even there separated themselves, as they developed, with some sharpness.... Philosophy, sometimes spiritual or at least intuitive, sometimes abstract and intellectual, sometimes intellectualising spiritual experience or supporting with a logical apparatus the discoveries of the spirit, has claimed always to take the fixation of ultimate Truth as its province. But even when it did not separate itself on rarefied metaphysical heights from the knowledge that belongs to the practical world and the pursuit of ephemeral objects, intellectual Philosophy by its habit of abstraction has seldom been a power for life. It has been sometimes powerful for high speculation, pursuing mental Truth for its own sake without any ulterior utility or object, sometimes for a subtle gymnastic of the mind in a mistily bright cloud-land of words and ideas, but it has walked or acrobatised far from the more tangible realities of existence. Ancient Philosophy in Europe was more dynamic, but only for the few; in India in its more spiritualised forms, it strongly influenced but without transforming the life of the race.... Religion did not attempt, like Philosophy, to live alone on the heights; its aim was rather to take hold of man's parts of life even more than his parts of mind and draw them Godwards; it professed to build a bridge between spiritual Truth and the vital and material human existence; it strove to subordinate and reconcile the lower to the higher, make life serviceable to God, Earth obedient to Heaven. It has to be admitted that too often this necessary effort had the opposite result of making Heaven a sanction for Earth's desires; for, continually, the religious idea has been turned into an excuse for the worship and service of the human ego. Religion, leaving constantly its little shining core of spiritual experience, has lost itself in the obscure mass of its ever extending ambiguous compromises with life: in attempting to satisfy the thinking mind, it more often succeeded in oppressing or fettering it with a mass of theological dogmas; while seeking to net the human heart, it fell itself into pits of pietistic emotionalism and sensationalism; in the act of annexing the vital nature of man to dominate it, it grew itself vitiated and fell a prey to all the fanaticism, homicidal fury, savage or harsh turn for oppression, pullulating falsehood, obstinate attachment to ignorance to which that vital nature is prone; its desire to draw the physical in man towards God betrayed it into chaining itself to ecclesiastic mechanism, hollow ceremony and lifeless ritual. The corruption of the best produced the worst by that strange chemistry of the power of life which generates evil out of good even as it can also generate good out of evil. At the same time in a vain effort at self-defence against this downward gravitation, Religion was driven to cut existence into two by a division of knowledge, works, art, life itself into two opposite categories, the spiritual and the worldly, religious and mundane, sacred and profane; but this defensive distinction itself became conventional and artificial and aggravated rather than healed the disease.... On their side Science and Art and the knowledge of Life, although at first they served or lived in the shadow of Religion, ended by emancipating themselves, became estranged or hostile, or have even recoiled with indifference, contempt or scepticism from what seem to them the cold, barren and distant or unsubstantial and illusory heights of unreality to which metaphysical Philosophy and Religion aspire. For a time the divorce has been as complete as the one-sided intolerance of the human mind could make it and threatened even to end in a complete extinction of all attempt at a higher or a more spiritual knowledge. Yet even in the earthward life a higher knowledge is indeed the one thing that is throughout needful, and without it the lower sciences and pursuits, however fruitful, however rich, free, miraculous in the abundance of their results, become easily a sacrifice offered without due order and to false gods; corrupting, hardening in the end the heart of man, limiting his mind's horizons, they confine in a stony material imprisonment or lead to a final baffling incertitude and disillusionment. A sterile agnosticism awaits us above the brilliant phosphorescence of a half-knowledge that is still the Ignorance. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Synthesis Of Yoga The Ascent of the Sacrifice - 1,

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3:I was glad I liked chemistry. ~ Andy Grove,
4:Chemistry cannot be purchased. ~ Adam Levine,
5:Mr. Briggs’s chemistry class ~ Jessica Brody,
6:Sacred chemistry is a meta-chemistry. ~ Marc David,
7:There's nothing colder than chemistry. ~ Anita Loos,
8:To think is to practice brain chemistry. ~ Deepak Chopra,
9:Every season, really, has their own chemistry. ~ Tom Ford,
10:I failed chemistry. I almost failed algebra. ~ Taye Diggs,
11:You fall for who the chemistry is with. ~ Vanessa Paradis,
12:I could have sexual chemistry with vinegar. ~ Jessica Alba,
13:My atoms love you atoms, it’s chemistry.  ~ Atticus Poetry,
14:My atoms love your atoms, it’s chemistry. ~ Atticus Poetry,
15:One thing that you cant fake is chemistry. ~ Blake Shelton,
16:Friendships come down to chemistry, not orders. ~ Karen Swan,
17:Chemistry is the dirty part of physics. ~ Johann Philipp Reis,
18:I think it just says a lot about our chemistry! ~ Phil Lester,
19:Geochemistry gives rise seamlessly to biochemistry. ~ Nick Lane,
20:Chemistry dissolves the goddess in the alembic, ~ Kathleen Raine,
21:I think good chemistry starts with mutual respect. ~ Andy Garcia,
22:The divine chemistry works in the subsoil. ~ Nathaniel Hawthorne,
23:Chemistry ought to be not for chemists alone. ~ Miguel de Unamuno,
24:I shall attack Chemistry, like a Shark. ~ Samuel Taylor Coleridge,
25:I think chemistry and great acting go hand-in-hand. ~ Nate Parker,
26:The chemistry among the four of us is very strong. ~ Kim Cattrall,
27:The chemistry is so AMAZINGLY HOT” — Mary Darian ~ Scarlett Avery,
28:Um" he said. "You mean, like in *chemistry class?* ~ Andrew Smith,
29:I think it just says a lot about our chemistry! -Dan ~ Phil Lester,
30:...like his own rare thoughts, a chemistry of stars. ~ James Joyce,
31:You can realign people's physical chemistry with sound. ~ Bob Mould,
32:Knowing without seeing is at the heart of chemistry. ~ Roald Hoffmann,
33:Personal chemistry forges the way for musical chemistry. ~ Nikki Sixx,
34:Dancing and running shake up the chemistry of happiness. ~ Mason Cooley,
35:It's all about chemistry. Talent alone won't get it done. ~ Brett Favre,
36:I was captured for life by chemistry and by crystals. ~ Dorothy Hodgkin,
37:It's easy to have chemistry when nobody is sitting on the bench. ~ Shaka,
38:When the chemistry is right, all the experiments work. ~ Gregory Benford,
39:Chemistry is the melodies you can play on vibrating strings. ~ Michio Kaku,
40:Do you know what we do with liars in Chemistry? We kill them. ~ Hank Green,
41:Ingredients should not read like a chemistry experiment! ~ Jessica Capshaw,
42:Marty stayed busy as a chemistry major at Seattle University, ~ Jamie Ford,
43:To chemistry and mystery and discovering exactly what this is. ~ B L Berry,
44:Beauty fades, a good personality and chemistry doesn’t. “I ~ Mariana Zapata,
45:Had he only thought there was amazing chemistry between them? ~ B J Daniels,
46:I really think the key to a film is the chemistry of people. ~ Kirsten Dunst,
47:The place went on forever-like Costco or a chemistry lecture. ~ Rick Riordan,
48:Chemists all agree on the fundamental facts of chemistry. ~ Richard C Carrier,
49:The first serious applications were in triterpenoid chemistry. ~ Derek Barton,
50:Then we'll work a hundred years without physics and chemistry. ~ Adolf Hitler,
51:Coffee in England always tastes like a chemistry experiment. ~ Agatha Christie,
52:I invented chemistry with you. Everything else is just pretend. ~ Leisa Rayven,
53:The chemistry involved made everything Factory did quite special. ~ Peter Hook,
54:Over a year later and the chemistry was still as powerful as ever. ~ Katie Reus,
55:I guess chemistry always changes when you play with someone else. ~ Brad Mehldau,
56:There's no way you can create a chemistry where none exists. ~ Michael Parkinson,
57:The two of them had a strange chemistry, like ammonia and bleach. ~ Molly Harper,
58:You can tell if someone's into you. You can feel the chemistry. ~ Bradley Cooper,
59:The moment we rationalize chemistry, we risk losing it forever. ~ Jennifer Probst,
60:We all teach ... the chemistry of Lavoisier and Gay-Lussac. ~ Marcellin Berthelot,
61:We define organic chemistry as the chemistry of carbon compounds. ~ August Kekule,
62:Chemistry is you touching my arm and it setting fire to my mind. ~ Nayyirah Waheed,
63:Hatred plays the same part in government as acid in chemistry. ~ Winston Churchill,
64:I dropped chemistry. I practically blew up the lab in college. ~ Patricia Cornwell,
65:Quantum mechanics has explained all of chemistry and most of physics. ~ Paul Dirac,
66:We try to find chemistry; we don't do a lot of situational baseball. ~ Dean Martin,
67:I have always had a certain song in my head, a certain chemistry of sounds. ~ Bjork,
68:The chemistry between these three is phenomenal. — Christine Reese ~ Scarlett Avery,
69:Some subjects mixed well with weed, but Chemistry wasn’t one of them. ~ Tom Perrotta,
70:There's no such thing as emotion.
It's only body chemistry in action. ~ Toba Beta,
71:By the time I was 12 or 13, I was studying biochemistry textbooks. ~ Joshua Lederberg,
72:Chemistry: that most excellent child of intellect and art. ~ Cyril Norman Hinshelwood,
73:Every practice, every film session, every game will help our chemistry. ~ LeBron James,
74:Good sexual chemistry is fundamental to a vibrant intimate relationship. ~ John Friend,
75:I have no-fail chemistry. A guy turns me on, he's the wrong one for me. ~ Linda Barnes,
76:Sometimes you fail your chemistry test and other times it's explosive. ~ Bruce Campbell,
77:When you read about chemistry and physics, you want to do them too. ~ Robert A Heinlein,
78:You don't buy chemistry, nor do you manufacture it, it is what it is. ~ Stephen A Smith,
79:If you're in love and there's that chemistry, that's what it's all about. ~ Sanaa Lathan,
80:I think Jon Cryer and Charlie Sheen have a lot of chemistry between them. ~ April Bowlby,
81:I wanted to be a veterinarian, but slipped up when I hit organic chemistry. ~ Amy Hempel,
82:You know it's right when you feel this undeniable connection and chemistry. ~ Ali Larter,
83:Both of his parents were firm believers in better living through chemistry. ~ Stephen King,
84:Love releases incredible energy that promotes the biochemistry of healing. ~ Bernie Siegel,
85:This isn't just chemistry. It's the whole periodic table." ~ Kelly MoranCain ~ Kelly Moran,
86:The fact that you're friends doesn't necessarily equate to great chemistry. ~ Ryan Reynolds,
87:With some people, chemistry never fades. Perhaps for some, it intensifies. ~ Lauren Blakely,
88:Cathedrals of Science: The Personalities and Rivalries That Made Modern Chemistry ~ Sam Kean,
89:In marriage, as in chemistry, opposites have often an attraction. ~ Letitia Elizabeth Landon,
90:We had a magnetic chemistry, as if we’d known each other in another lifetime. ~ Dannika Dark,
91:Babe, your in trouble if you think you need a kiss to feel the chemistry. ~ Shannyn Schroeder,
92:There is extraordinary chemistry that exists in long-term relationships ~ Jay Conrad Levinson,
93:Chemistry on film is like chemistry in real life, it's either there or it isn't. ~ Sanaa Lathan,
94:panegyric upon modern chemistry, the terms of which I shall never ~ Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley,
95:Teamwork creates synergy and chemistry. We become unbreakable and believable. ~ Karen Kingsbury,
96:History is the most dangerous product evolved from the chemistry of the intellect. ~ Paul Val ry,
97:How could I let some stupid chemistry in my body override my self-preservation? ~ Pepper Winters,
98:Molecular biology is essentially the practice of biochemistry without a license. ~ Erwin Chargaff,
99:... chemistry is a trade for people without enough imagination to be physicists. ~ Arthur C Clarke,
100:I think chemistry is about not acting, but reacting, and not talking, but listening. ~ Amy Poehler,
101:Thankfully for us, water seems unaware of the rules of chemistry or laws of physics. ~ Bill Bryson,
102:At Harvard I majored in chemistry with a strong inclination toward math. ~ William Standish Knowles,
103:Cooking and gardening involve so many disciplines: math, chemistry, reading, history. ~ David Chang,
104:I firmly believe that you can't manufacture chemistry with anyone, let alone a kid. ~ Ryan Reynolds,
105:Nature is one. It is not divided into physics, chemistry, quantum mechanics. ~ Albert Szent Gyorgyi,
106:chemistry
is
you
touching my arm
and
it
setting fire to my mind. ~ Nayyirah Waheed,
107:I am sorry (not to you but in a deeper way, sorry for my brain chemistry and who I am. ~ Lena Dunham,
108:No inanimate object is ever fully determined by the laws of physics and chemistry. ~ Michael Polanyi,
109:Chemistry is you touching my arm and it setting fire to my mind"
Nayyirah Waheed ~ Nayyirah Waheed,
110:Chemistrys a funny thing. It can be instantaneous, but it helps when you know someone. ~ David Walton,
111:Chemistry was a terrible thing, sometimes it simply sparked between the wrong people ~ Natasha Anders,
112:There’s something in our chemistry,” I spoke softly, “that is utterly explosive.” His ~ Fisher Amelie,
113:All theoretical chemistry is really physics; and all theoretical chemists know it. ~ Richard P Feynman,
114:Chemistry is like anything in life. The more you look for it, the harder it is to find. ~ Lauren Layne,
115:Happier thoughts lead to essentially a happier biochemistry. A happier, healthier body. ~ John Hagelin,
116:I love Alton Brown's show 'Good Eats,' about the chemistry of food. It's really thoughtful. ~ Ina Garten,
117:I think that all the years of exposure to amps and electricity has altered my body chemistry. ~ Iggy Pop,
118:It was chemistry, not magic. No elevated C-peptide meant that the insulin wasn’t human. ~ Charles Graeber,
119:Sometimes chemistry does the trick, and other times, you have to forge that with the people. ~ Aaron Tveit,
120:When you play with someone you can feel the chemistry with, just the first show is already magic. ~ Hiromi,
121:You must love chemistry even when it is not working. You must love chemistry unconditionally. ~ Weike Wang,
122:Chicken fizz! O Lord, protect all of us who toil in the vineyards of experimental chemistry! ~ Alan Bradley,
123:If a man is going to write on chemistry, he learns chemistry. The same is true of Christianity. ~ C S Lewis,
124:So what if we have chemistry. Chemistry doesn't miraculously turn bad boys into good ones. ~ Simone Elkeles,
125:Thankfully for us, water seems unaware of the rules of chemistry or laws of physics. Everyone ~ Bill Bryson,
126:All life on earth shares a common genetic code and basic biochemistry. We share genes with peas. ~ Anonymous,
127:Getting the right people and the right chemistry is more important than getting the right idea. ~ Ed Catmull,
128:The moment you change your perception is the moment you rewrite the chemistry of your body. ~ Bruce H Lipton,
129:At the level of their biochemistry, the barrier between bacteria and complex cells barely exists. ~ Nick Lane,
130:Chemistry wasn't something you could just create anyway; it was either there or it wasn't. ~ Jennifer E Smith,
131:In the last analysis the entire field of psychology may reduce to biological electrochemistry. ~ Sigmund Freud,
132:In my schooling through high school, I excelled mainly in chemistry, physics and mathematics. ~ James Rainwater,
133:...the slow growth and change of rite and dogma like his own rare thoughts, a chemistry of stars. ~ James Joyce,
134:Just as I work with paints, brushes, and canvas, I work with the light, pieces of glass and chemistry. ~ Man Ray,
135:When you have chemistry with a potential hire, they will most likely become a great employee. ~ Barbara Corcoran,
136:When you work with somebody you have chemistry with, it's easy and it's fun. You hardly call it work. ~ Joe Lando,
137:During my McGill years, I took a number of math courses, more than other students in chemistry. ~ Rudolph A Marcus,
138:In my lab, we're interested in the transition from chemistry to early biology on the early earth. ~ Jack W Szostak,
139:I was also interested in chemistry, but my parents were not willing to buy me a chemistry set. ~ Martin Lewis Perl,
140:I had D minuses in chemistry and all of the sciences, and now I'm known as a molecular gastronomist. ~ Grant Achatz,
141:We were making the first step out of the age of chemistry and physics, and into the age of biology. ~ Jeremy Rifkin,
142:I think it's hard to convince an audience of some sort of chemistry if you really don't get along. ~ Michiel Huisman,
143:To retain my fascination with chemistry, I have had to change my research fields about every 10 years. ~ Donald Cram,
144:If you have some magical chemistry that actually find the music you make compelling, that is a big bonus. ~ Geddy Lee,
145:Perfume can be good . . . especially if you get one that goes with your chemistry." - Adrian Ivashkov ~ Richelle Mead,
146:This is a technology where without external input, you create a chemistry of blissfulness within you. ~ Jaggi Vasudev,
147:But I think my mistakes became the chemistry for my miracles. I think that my tests became my testimonies. ~ T D Jakes,
148:He hadn’t learned much in chemistry, but he knew this: he was a particle and others around him reacted. ~ James Morris,
149:I believe that the science of chemistry alone almost proves the existence of an intelligent creator. ~ Thomas A Edison,
150:In 1960, I went to St. Catherine's College, Oxford, and received the B.A. degree in Chemistry in 1964. ~ John E Walker,
151:And while looks deteriorated with time, a great personality and great chemistry only strengthened. ~ Douglas E Richards,
152:Every aspect of the world today - even politics and international relations - is affected by chemistry. ~ Linus Pauling,
153:If we do not allow free thinking in chemistry or biology, why should we allow it in morals or politics? ~ Auguste Comte,
154:I wanted sex to feel the way it had felt with him. Wild. Uninhibited. A perfect fit, perfect chemistry. ~ Beth Harbison,
155:The chemistry of making the songs is often about being inspired by each other and responding intuitively. ~ Joe Goddard,
156:When two characters or two actresses are together for a while there is bound to be chemistry developing. ~ Joan Van Ark,
157:You can't fake some of this chemistry, even when you get a guy and a girl and they've got to be together. ~ Mike Binder,
158:Chemistry is a funny thing, miss. Sometimes those who are experiencing it aren't always aware they are. ~ Dakota Cassidy,
159:In the case of Five-O, I believe it was a combination of many ingredients - timing, chemistry, Hawaii. ~ James MacArthur,
160:The obesity pandemic is due to our altered biochemistry, which is a result of our altered environment. ~ Robert H Lustig,
161:Chemistry is not anything an executive producer or writer can orchestrate or plan; you just hope for it. ~ David E Kelley,
162:Physical attraction is half the battle, you have to have chemistry before you worry about compatibility. ~ Helena Hunting,
163:Saying the Bible is not a book about science is like saying a cookbook is not a book about chemistry. ~ Robert J Marks II,
164:Chemistry is important. If you like your teammates, it's going to be easier to play with them on the court. ~ Kevin Durant,
165:There certainly is such a thing as screen chemistry, although I don't believe you find it frequently. ~ Olivia de Havilland,
166:Chemistry is so important in a great kiss. You can act your way through anything, but its hard with a kiss. ~ Rachel McAdams,
167:My wish is to construct a system of sociology on the model of celestial mechanics, physics, and chemistry. ~ Vilfredo Pareto,
168:See yourself living in a new body. Hopeful = recovery. Happy = happier biochemistry. Stress degrades the bod. ~ Rhonda Byrne,
169:The only things stopping me today are: genetics, lack of will, income, brain chemistry and external events. ~ Eddie Pepitone,
170:Their chemistry was a thing of erotic beauty, his sexual experience a weapon against which she had no defense. ~ Nalini Singh,
171:I have to keep reminding myself -- this is not me. It is chemistry. It is biology. It is not who I am. ~ David Levithan,
172:Life solves its problems with well-adapted designs, life-friendly chemistry and smart material and energy use. ~ Janine Benyus,
173:Stevia does something funny to the chemistry of my mouth. There’s no fooling a taste bud, in my experience. ~ Jonathan Franzen,
174:Tis a short sight to limit our faith in laws to those of gravity, of chemistry, of botany, and so forth. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson,
175:We are at the beginning of a new era of immunochemistry, namely the production of "antibody based" molecules. ~ Cesar Milstein,
176:For me, the original Guns N' Roses is the embodiment of a certain kind of chemistry that really couldn't be duplicated. ~ Slash,
177:In the evenings I studied chemistry at the University of Chicago, the weekends I helped in the family store. ~ Jack Steinberger,
178:Look at the world, Georg, look at the world before you've filled yourself with too much physics and chemistry. ~ Jostein Gaarder,
179:There had been an energy between Kade and me, an attraction and chemistry that was both compelling and dangerous. ~ Tiffany Snow,
180:Few scientists acquainted with the chemistry of biological systems at the molecular level can avoid being inspired. ~ Donald Cram,
181:Indeed, if "biology is chemistry with history," as somebody has said, then nature writing is biology with love. ~ Edward Hoagland,
182:What is like chemistry?"
"Well. Life."
"It's an outrageous farce, Oliver, with an incompetent producer... ~ William Golding,
183:Verily, chemistry is not a splitting of hairs when you have got half a dozen raw Irishmen in the laboratory. ~ Henry David Thoreau,
184:As organs go, the brain is quite an important one, and its malfunctions should be addressed accordingly. Chemistry ~ Andrew Solomon,
185:If thought makes free, so does the moral sentiment. The mixtures of spiritual chemistry refuse to be analyzed. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson,
186:I think chemistry is finding something you love about a person and then transfering it to an in love kind of thing. ~ Drew Barrymore,
187:Since that day I saw you in chemistry class with thatt canary yellow shirt, I wanted to make every day Christmas for you. ~ A S King,
188:I've started to think it must just be chemistry, in which case we're looking for the Shift and we haven't found it yet. ~ Ned Vizzini,
189:Essentially all life uses redox chemistry to generate a gradient of protons across a membrane. Why on earth do we do that? ~ Nick Lane,
190:Her mind was so strong that she was able to convince her brain to reverse the chemistry meant to dissolve her memories. ~ Tahereh Mafi,
191:Our cells engage in protein production, and many of those proteins are enzymes responsible for the chemistry of life. ~ Randy Schekman,
192:When you encourage someone, it literally changes their brain chemistry to be able to perform... sends fuel to the brain. ~ Henry Cloud,
193:Their chemistry is intoxicating. Their power exchange is exhilarating. And the sex leaves them both absolutely exhausted. ~ Tracy Wolff,
194:The ultimate aim of the modern movement in biology is in fact to explain all biology in terms of physics and chemistry. ~ Francis Crick,
195:Geology differs from physics, chemistry, and biology in that the possibilities for experiment are limited. ~ Reinout Willem van Bemmelen,
196:He is a dull observer whose experience has not taught him the reality and force of magic, as well as of chemistry. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson,
197:In my opinion, sexiness comes down to three things: chemistry, sense of humor, and treatment of waitstaff at restaurants. ~ Rhoda Janzen,
198:You have to make a decision. You have to believe. Once you start doubting, you change your brain chemistry and you're done. ~ Tim Noakes,
199:In inorganic chemistry the radicals are simple; in organic chemistry they are compounds—that is the sole difference. ~ Jean Baptiste Dumas,
200:Religion ends and philosophy begins, just as alchemy ends and chemistry begins, and astrology ends and astronomy begins. ~ Richard Dawkins,
201:Silicon Valley in the late 1990s was the closest that business has ever come to resembling a child’s chemistry experiment. ~ Michael Lewis,
202:Some of the greatest relationship films of all time, the two stars have hated each other, but mostly you see that chemistry. ~ Baz Luhrmann,
203:You've got a chemistry class; I want a piece of your mind; You don't know what you started when you mixed it up with mine. ~ Elvis Costello,
204:BOTOLPHS (pl.n) Huge benign tumours which archdeacons and old chemistry teachers affect to wear on the sides of their noses. ~ Douglas Adams,
205:We are not only warming the ocean and the planet as a whole, but we are also acidifying the ocean and changing its chemistry. ~ Sylvia Earle,
206:Applied physics and chemistry bring more grist to the mill; applied biology will also be capable of changing the mill itself. ~ Julian Huxley,
207:The most important thing, when playing characters with chemistry, is being able to work off the other actor and be supported. ~ Tricia Helfer,
208:For starters, the single biggest trick for manipulating your happiness chemistry is being able to do what you want, when you want. ~ Anonymous,
209:Good actors can sort of see into people and immediately you have a chemistry with them or not. It's like an affair with no mess. ~ John Cusack,
210:I felt like Jason Behr and I had such a unique chemistry. He just walked in and we started reading together, it was just there ~ Shiri Appleby,
211:Like the whole range of other human emotions, it's just a matter of chemistry. We are all nothing but machines made of flesh. ~ Donato Carrisi,
212:The second I met Zac, I thought he was a really cool guy. It's hard not to have chemistry with someone who is so attractive. ~ Vanessa Hudgens,
213:I woke up to the world of science when my high school chemistry teacher introduced me to the elegantly ordered periodic table. ~ Isadore Singer,
214:My life is just like Breaking Bad except instead of a chemistry teacher I'm just a guy and instead of making meth I don't do much. ~ Dana Gould,
215:The other thing I remember from the chemistry lab is stuff about pressure. Pressure turns coal into diamonds. Pressure does things. ~ Lee Child,
216:I was approaching the age of 40 with a substantial publication record, but had not yet held any position in a chemistry department. ~ John Pople,
217:By the time The Band did The Last Waltz, the chemistry had changed, and it wasn't a thrill anymore to live that studio kind of life. ~ Levon Helm,
218:Chemistry can be a good and bad thing. Chemistry is good when you make love with it. Chemistry is bad when you make crack with it. ~ Adam Sandler,
219:The country which is in advance of the rest of the world in chemistry will also be foremost in wealth and in general prosperity. ~ William Ramsay,
220:The ocean governs the climate and the weather, it is taking care of the temperature and it is shaping the chemistry of our planet. ~ Sylvia Earle,
221:The science of human nature… finds itself today in the position that chemistry occupied in the days of alchemy.” Alfred Adler ~ Tom Butler Bowdon,
222:Well, I see I am not designed to the finding out the Philosophers Stone, I have been so unlucky in my first attempts in chemistry. ~ Robert Boyle,
223:[Chemistry] laboratory work was my first challenge. ... I still carry the scars of my first discovery-that test-tubes are fragile. ~ Edward Teller,
224:I mean, there's chemistry in life and there's acting chemistry. I'm not saying they're the same thing, but they're as mysterious. ~ David Duchovny,
225:It's a mystery of human chemistry and I don't understand it, some people, as far as their senses are concerned, just feel like home. ~ Nick Hornby,
226:Of course you know. You're brilliant. Everyone says so."
"What else can they say? I do neurochemistry. No one knows what that is. ~ Don DeLillo,
227:There is no true understanding of Biology without Chemistry. And there's no true understanding of Chemistry without Physics. ~ Neil deGrasse Tyson,
228:Devotion is the spark that can fire up your chemistry and energy to such a level that it creates an explosion of ecstasy within you. ~ Jaggi Vasudev,
229:During a movie, chemistry is so important, and yet they just assume actors can fake their way through it. That doesn't always work. ~ Rachel McAdams,
230:I'd love to be a mad scientist who plays around with chemistry, and solves all the world's problems and creates a few of them himself. ~ Kellan Lutz,
231:I’m smart enough to know that you feel it, too. This isn’t just heat, it’s a goddamned conflagration. Not chemistry, but nuclear fission. ~ J Kenner,
232:The instruction at Edinburgh was altogether by lectures, and these were intolerably dull, with the exception of those on chemistry. ~ Charles Darwin,
233:It was the chemistry that caused this lifting of the spirits. Chemistry lifted you up out of the mud and flung you up among the stars. ~ Alan Bradley,
234:We've all seen great actors and actresses who are missing a certain chemistry. And it's not about getting along or not getting along. ~ Johnny Galecki,
235:If she thought he’d forgotten about the chemistry they had…she was out of her ever-loving mind. It wasn’t just a spark. It was a fire. ~ Sidney Halston,
236:I realized I need a certain kind of chemistry and a certain kind of look to be into someone, and like 1 percent of the population has it. ~ Jen Kirkman,
237:I think Ace is a great guitarist, and with the four original members of KISS, there's a magic and chemistry that you just can't touch. ~ Vinnie Vincent,
238:Men are not allowed to think freely about chemistry and biology: why should they be allowed to think freely about political philosophy? ~ Auguste Comte,
239:The chemistry of life is an aquatic chemistry. We can get by on land only by carrying a huge amount of salt water around with us. ~ Peter Godfrey Smith,
240:Why do we always fight?” she whispered.
“You know why.” Yeah, she did. “It’s science.” “Combustible chemistry,” he agreed. “Dangerous. ~ Jill Shalvis,
241:I would say chemistry between two people is very powerful. You have to fight to keep it, but if you don't have it, you can't manufacture it. ~ Diane Lane,
242:He was like a long beaker in chemistry class, and the top was always bubbling over because some interesting process was taking place inside ~ Meg Wolitzer,
243:The Argentine tango is very special to me because it's full of sensuality. The chemistry between the man and woman is absolutely stunning. ~ Gilles Marini,
244:Every time I sat in a chemistry lesson I thought, what am I doing this for? I don't ever want to be in a job that involves a Bunsen burner.' ~ Simon Cowell,
245:Apparently there’s a right and wrong answer in chemistry, whereas in psychology, you can say whatever you want as long as you write five pages, ~ Lisa Rogak,
246: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,
247:Chemistry is necessarily an experimental science: its conclusions are drawn from data, and its principles supported by evidence from facts. ~ Michael Faraday,
248:A movie is the product of the chemistry of the people that make it. Whatever that core group of people is, that becomes the DNA of the movie. ~ Doug Sweetland,
249:I have always believed that chemistry can't be created between two people. You either have it or you don't. The script can only enhance it. ~ Deepika Padukone,
250:I saw you the morning after you met him. You were oozing with so much chemistry you could have recited the periodic table of elements backward. ~ Tawna Fenske,
251:The thing about chemistry, it's sort of you get along with a person and then sort of if the movie does well, then you have great chemistry. ~ Jennifer Aniston,
252:They [Mike Tyson and Todd Phillips] actually struck up a really pretty incredible chemistry, those two, and I think they really trusted each other. ~ Ed Helms,
253:Why don't we have the chemistry that Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet had in Titanic? I'll tell you one reason: Because we're not in a movie! ~ Scott Disick,
254:Your sexual attributes are simply chemistry and setups within your DNA. They are given by agreement as gifts for you to experience in this life. ~ Lee Carroll,
255:A humanist is anyone who rejects the attempt to describe or account for man wholly on the basis of physics, chemistry or animal behaviour. ~ Joseph Wood Krutch,
256:Just as the science and art of agriculture depend upon chemistry and botany, so the art of education depends upon physiology and psychology. ~ Edward Thorndike,
257:Modern bodybuilding is ritual, religion, sport, art, and science, awash in Western chemistry and mathematics. Defying nature, it surpasses it. ~ Camille Paglia,
258:We learned early on that we had chemistry and I was so grateful for that. It's like one of the few magical things about film that still exists. ~ Ryan Reynolds,
259: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,
260:. . . and there was for a moment an unbreakable bond between us: the eternal bond of chemistry.
I glowed with all the fire of a newborn galaxy. ~ Alan Bradley,
261:In fact, every kind of pleasantness that we experience—whether peace or joy or ecstasy—is a kind of chemistry. The yogic system has always known this. ~ Sadhguru,
262:I had no say in the matter. It was simple chemistry. A primal attraction that couldn’t be controlled or turned off simply because I willed it so. ~ Pepper Winters,
263:- It's been going so well. We have a wonderful time in class, and I can feel the chemistry between you.

- That's because it's chemistry class. ~ Alex Flinn,
264:I went to Duke University in the medical track. And then I decided I wanted to do something more creative, so I switched to biochemistry at Nebraska. ~ Ken Wilber,
265:Yoga is a way to produce a chemistry of blissfulness. Once you are blissful by your own nature, you can deal with outside situations effortlessly. ~ Jaggi Vasudev,
266: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,
267:I do not know if I am mistaken, but it seems that one can obtain more truths, important to Humanity, from Chemistry than from any other Science. ~ Samuel Hahnemann,
268:In the 21st century our tastes buds, our brain chemistry, our biochemistry, our hormones and our kitchens have been hijacked by the food industry. ~ Mark Hyman M D,
269:It's like playing tennis, you play a different rally with different people. Every actor is different and the chemistry between actors is different. ~ Tom Hiddleston,
270:Students judge how well they might do in a chemistry course from knowing how peers, who performed comparably to them in physics, fared in chemistry ~ Albert Bandura,
271:The hallmark of addiction is that it changes your brain chemistry. It actually affects that part of your brain that's responsible for judgment. ~ Michael Botticelli,
272:Beadle believed that genetics were inseparable from chemistry-more precisely, biochemistry. They were, he said, "two doors leading to the same room." ~ Warren Weaver,
273:Chemistry begins in the stars. The stars are the source of the chemical elements, which are the building blocks of matter and the core of our subject. ~ Peter Atkins,
274:In the natural sciences, and particularly in chemistry, generalities must come after the detailed knowledge of each fact and not before it. ~ Joseph Louis Gay Lussac,
275:On the other hand, the sun of Naples might be conducive to learning something about the biochemistry of the embryonic development of marine animals. ~ James D Watson,
276:Philosophy begins where religion ends, just as by analogy chemistry begins where alchemy runs out, and astronomy takes the place of astrology. ~ Christopher Hitchens,
277:It is possible to cause seemingly biochemical changes through human emotional involvement. You literally have changed his chemistry by being his friend. ~ Steve L pez,
278:Something that chemistry supplies are very good for." When he gave me an odd look, I unwrapped a Bunsen burner and twirled it in the light. "Making bombs. ~ Lia Habel,
279:It's the rare happening when actors get together and you have chemistry, connection, just something that works, that's bigger than what's on the page. ~ Sandra Bullock,
280:My dad got me a chemistry book one Christmas and I burnt the garden shed down. I remember there was the most beautiful smell forever after in the remains. ~ Beth Orton,
281:The real negotiation is between humans on the one hand and chemistry and physics on the other. And chemistry and physics, unfortunately, don't bargain. ~ Bill McKibben,
282:I smile, bigger than I'm sure I ever have before, and his lips are on mine, and if this isn't the best kind of chemistry, I don't know what is. ~ Laurie Elizabeth Flynn,
283:You are done for — a living dead man — not when you stop loving but stop hating. Hatred preserves: in it, in its chemistry, resides the mystery of life. ~ Emil M Cioran,
284:Ever since [that day], a small uncertainty had buzzed between us.It was a sense of chemistry that had been a little elusive, a little imprecise, until now. ~ Amor Towles,
285:It is now quite lawful for a Catholic woman to avoid pregnancy by a resort to mathematics, though she is still forbidden to resort to physics or chemistry. ~ H L Mencken,
286:You are done for - a living dead man - not when you stop loving but stop hating. Hatred preserves: in it, in its chemistry, resides the mystery of life. ~ Emile M Cioran,
287:I think Jon Foo and my chemistry is incredible! Foo is a genuine introvert and I'm a genuine extrovert. We're the perfect ying and yang, on and off camera. ~ Justin Hires,
288:It is now quite lawful for a Catholic woman to avoid pregnancy by a resort to mathematics, though she is still forbidden to resort to physics and chemistry. ~ H L Mencken,
289:My father was on the faculty in the Chemistry Department of Harvard University; my mother had one year of graduate work in physics before her marriage. ~ Kenneth G Wilson,
290:That chemistry that we had [with Fred Savage] is very, very hard to find. We were lucky to have those 22 episodes [of The Grinder]. I'm unendingly proud of it. ~ Rob Lowe,
291:The brain chemistry that drives the addict to seek pleasure beyond the point of satiety is similar, whether the user favours Jack Daniels or Jack-in-the-Box. ~ Vera Tarman,
292:To describe the overwhelming life of a tropical forest just in terms of inert biochemistry and DNA didn't seem to give a very full picture of the world. ~ Rupert Sheldrake,
293:Habit, in fact, was what propelled his life forward. Though he no longer believed in a perfect community, nor felt the warmth of chemistry between people. ~ Haruki Murakami,
294:Intelligence plus experience creates ideas, and experimentation with that form of chemistry-the contact of ideas with events-is the field of adult education. ~ Felix Morley,
295:We discovered that we have a fun chemistry physically. Cameron [Diaz] has really long legs and a short torso, and I have a really long torso and shorter legs. ~ Leslie Mann,
296:When the sex is persuasively rendered, it tends to read autobiographically, and there are limits to my desire for immersion in a stranger's biochemistry. ~ Jonathan Franzen,
297:The answer is that each element corresponds to one solution of the main equation of quantum mechanics. The whole of chemistry emerges from a single equation. ~ Carlo Rovelli,
298:Perhaps I should notify Ms. Abernethy of a safety hazard in her chemistry classroom.Obviously I had inhaled hallucinatory gas just before she kicked me out. ~ Jennifer Echols,
299:Spencer was searching for a woman interested in gold, inorganic chemistry, outdoor sex and the music of Bach. In short, he was looking for himself, only female. ~ Woody Allen,
300:Teams are made up of a lot of components. They're made up of hunger, they're made up of desire, they're made up of chemistry, and they're made up of emotion. ~ Buzz Bissinger,
301:When I was in high school, I became interested in cytochemistry: chemical analysis under the microscope, and trying to understand the composition of cells. ~ Joshua Lederberg,
302:Khem was an ancient name for the land of Egypt; and both the words alchemy and chemistry are a perpetual reminder of the priority of Egypt's scientific knowledge. ~ Manly Hall,
303:No, this trick won't work... How on earth are you ever going to explain in terms of chemistry and physics so important a biological phenomenon as first love? ~ Albert Einstein,
304:Our knowledge of physics only takes us back so far. Before this instant of cosmic time, all the laws of physics or chemistry are as evanescent as rings of smoke. ~ Joseph Silk,
305:Real love starts as chemistry, builds into friendship, and blossoms into something so magical that it makes everything else feel worthwhile, even the bad parts. ~ Auryn Hadley,
306:Sometimes I overtinker, which is something wrong with my brain chemistry. But in figuring out why I do that, maybe I'll make myself a better person. I doubt it. ~ John Goodman,
307:When I met Dre, N.W.A. didn't exist, nor did Michel'le. And I think we had a chemistry. When started working on my stuff, we created something that was phenomenal. ~ Michel le,
308:I call Gaia a physiological system because it appears to have the unconscious goal of regulating the climate and the chemistry at a comfortable state for life. ~ James E Lovelock,
309:Mathematics is the cheapest science. Unlike physics or chemistry, it does not require any expensive equipment. All one needs for mathematics is a pencil and paper. ~ George P lya,
310:Mathematics is the cheapest science. Unlike physics or chemistry, it does not require any expensive equipment. All one needs for mathematics is a pencil and paper. ~ George Polya,
311:Well, I was always... I used to get 100% in physics and chemistry and mathematics (well, maybe a couple of points off in mathematics), and that was in high school. ~ James Doohan,
312:If you've got good chemistry at the top, it's an enormous help. It's easy to have good chemistry with some, not so easy with others. With [Robert Mugabe], for example. ~ Bob Hawke,
313:I know it's a very human thing to say 'Is there anything I can do', but in this case I would only entertain offers from very high-end experts in brain chemistry. ~ Terry Pratchett,
314:My interest in the sciences started with mathematics in the very beginning, and later with chemistry in early high school and the proverbial home chemistry set. ~ Rudolph A Marcus,
315:William knows that science and magic are the same thing; magic is only science that hasn’t been explained yet. Tonight he has made chemistry into magic for her. ~ Joshilyn Jackson,
316:A multitude of aspects of the natural world that were considered miraculous only a few generations ago are now thoroughly understood in terms of physics and chemistry. ~ Carl Sagan,
317:In God’s garden, we will continue to blossom differently. And in that difference, we find a chemistry and a harmony, a spark across the gap, that consumes us all. ~ Terryl L Givens,
318:Thus, after finishing high school, I started with high expectations and enthusiasm to study chemistry at the famous Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich. ~ Richard Ernst,
319:To be sexy means to have that special chemistry that arouses others, no matter what you look like. Energy and confidence play a big part, and great skin doesn't hurt. ~ Dian Hanson,
320:Your chemistry high school teacher lied to you when they told you that there was such a thing as a vacuum, that you could take space and move every particle out of it. ~ Adam Riess,
321:In organic chemistry there exist certain types which are conserved even when, in place of hydrogen, equal volumes of chlorine, of bromine, etc. are introduced. ~ Jean Baptiste Dumas,
322:I think if people are passionate about something, it could be real estate or biochemistry, and that spark gets turned on in them, everyone's beautiful in that zone. ~ Cindy Crawford,
323:It is the body, he thinks, not the mind. It is the blood, the chemistry that counts. In a few more minutes he is feeling much better about himself and about the world. ~ Ian McGuire,
324:The acting thing is so beyond my control. Acting isn't mine. You're like a tiny piece in this big, corporate mechanism that needs chemistry and divine intervention. ~ Sandra Bullock,
325:Chemistry... is like the maid occupied with daily civilisation; she is busy with fertilisers, medicines, glass, insecticides ... for she dispenses the recipes. ~ Jean Jacques Rousseau,
326:Here are more quotes about chemistry and famous quotations made by chemists relating to their science. There's no way you can create a chemistry where none exists. ~ Michael Parkinson,
327:I learned easily and had time to follow my inclination for sports (light athletics and skiing) and chemistry, which I taught myself by reading all textbooks I could get. ~ Robert Huber,
328:I've always appreciated working with people I have chemistry with, who are friends, and where you feel that the work is growing while you are getting to know each other better. ~ Bjork,
329:Not just my body. It’s more than that. Some parts spark. Others melt. A flux of chemistry and catastrophe, the same compulsive need that keeps bringing us back together. ~ Leisa Rayven,
330:Who would not have been laughed at if he had said in 1800 that metals could be extracted from their ores by electricity or that portraits could be drawn by chemistry. ~ Michael Faraday,
331:I know that sometimes the chemistry just isn't there between the model, photographer, hair and make-up. It's nobody's fault and you just have to do better next time. ~ Linda Evangelista,
332:I started out as a molecules kid. In high school and early college I loved chemistry, but I gradually shifted toward physics, which seemed cleaner - odorless, in fact. ~ Leon M Lederman,
333:I can’t help it; this isn’t like you at all. I know the blood exchange changes things—including mood and body chemistry—but this is beyond any kind of scientific explanation. ~ J A Saare,
334:Why was life so unfair that the one guy she felt uncontrollable chemistry with ---even when they weren't even touching ---was the only guy she had to keep her hands off? ~ Ophelia London,
335: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,
336:My selection process is based on “three Cs”: first character, then competence, and finally chemistry with me and with the rest of the team. Character. Competence. Chemistry. ~ Bill Hybels,
337:The good thing about having chemistry is, when you get to the improv section of a scene, you've got somebody to feed off. It can go on and on and on, and the sky's the limit. ~ Kevin Hart,
338:Dean Di Laurentis is in my blood now. I didn’t expect the intense sexual chemistry between us, but it’s here, and it’s addictive, and I don’t know how I can ever give it up. ~ Elle Kennedy,
339:I did help to set up an undergraduate course in medicinal chemistry and made progress in modelling and analysing pharmacological activity at the tissue level, my new passion. ~ James Black,
340:Is there something wrong with daydreaming? Whether you're lost in a fairy tale or in a theory on chemistry, daydreaming about possibilities is rather enjoyable, in my view. ~ Kieran Kramer,
341:Sir Humphrey Davy Abominated gravy. He lived in the odium Of having discovered sodium. Said to have been written as a schoolboy during a chemistry class at St. Paul's School. ~ E C Bentley,
342:That was my gift . . . having the ability to put certain guys together that would create a chemistry and then letting them go; letting them play what they knew, and above it. ~ Miles Davis,
343:Housekeeping comprises the ability to find, evaluate, and use information about nutrition, cooking, chemistry and biology, health, comfort, laundry, cleaning, and safety. ~ Cheryl Mendelson,
344:Scientists still use the term ‘organic chemistry’, even though we now know that the laws of chemistry are the same whether a molecule is located inside or outside an organism. ~ Paul Davies,
345:I always say that chemistry is something impossible to manufacture. It's either there or it isn't. The fact that you're friends doesn't necessarily equate to great chemistry. ~ Ryan Reynolds,
346:It wasn’t always about bravery or some shining inner goodness. It could just as easily be about the position of your name in the alphabet, the chemistry of your blood, or ~ Alastair Reynolds,
347:People don't have a standard reaction. People aren't a chemistry experiment you can tinker with until the proportions are just right. People are terrifying that way. ~ Laurie Elizabeth Flynn,
348:Tunney has all the makings of a hero – he was clean living, intelligent, polite, reasonably good-looking – but, like Lou Gehrig, he lacked the chemistry that stirred affection. ~ Bill Bryson,
349:You can make low-budget film as long as there is something compelling about the characters. There is a believability in the chemistry and a likeability amongst the characters. ~ Mark McGrath,
350:I really enjoyed hanging out with some of the teachers. This one chemistry teacher, she liked hanging out. I liked making explosives. We would stay after school and blow things up. ~ Maya Lin,
351:Theory may be deliberate, as in a chapter on chemistry, or it may be second nature, as in the immemorial doctrine of ordinary enduring middle-sized physical objects. ~ Willard Van Orman Quine,
352:There might be a lot of physical chemistry within a couple, but without the compatibility of life philosophy and interests then the relationship will likely not be long-lasting. ~ John Friend,
353:Chemistry, in its application to animals and vegetables. Endeavours jointly with physiology to enlighten us respecting the mysterious processes and sources of organic life. ~ Justus von Liebig,
354:I'll come in with a string of riffs and direct the musical ideas. But you still need a band and their input to make the ideas come alive. You can't underestimate band chemistry. ~ Billy Corgan,
355:Desire is chemistry. We're all just bags of charged atoms walking around bumping into each other. My electrons went seriously haywire for his tonight, though. Particles collided. ~ Elle Kennedy,
356:The documents were in English—sort of—but the language was so convoluted that it was beginning to give her a headache. It made for even duller reading than her chemistry text. ~ Francine Pascal,
357:Bashful=Spanish, Miss Gardenia
Doc=Psychology, Mr. Wang
Happy=Chemistry 2, Mr. Durbin
Dopey=English Lit., Mr. Purcell
Dippy=Math, Mrs. Craig
Dumbass=PE, Coach Crater ~ Lisa McMann,
358:How do you create chemistry? If only I knew that! Some people say it's a natural thing that you have with someone, and maybe it is to do with that, but I think you can work on it. ~ Karen Gillan,
359:I don't think it's blowing my own horn to say the show is not as good. There was chemistry there that took years and years to build and now that's gone. The commentary is lacking. ~ Jerry Lawler,
360:If you are obliged to neglect any thing, let it be your chemistry. It is the least useful and the least amusing to a country gentleman of all the ordinary branches of science. ~ Thomas Jefferson,
361:Sometimes you have go into a movie and develop a certain type of chemistry with your co-stars. Sometimes it can click from "Hello" and other times it takes a few weeks to develop that. ~ The Miz,
362:Chemistry is like an indefinable thing. When it comes to people playing your best friend or your parents or anything like that, there's always different kind of element to chemistry. ~ Emma Stone,
363:He’s a lovely guy, but there’s no spark between us whatsoever. It just goes to show, that even with all their fancy assessment tools, the government can’t legislate for chemistry. ~ Siobhan Davis,
364:I also taught myself how to blow glass using a propane torch from the hardware store and managed to make some elementary chemistry plumbing such as tees and small glass bulbs. ~ Robert B Laughlin,
365: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,
366:And, I just can't shake this feeling I have when I'm around him. The chemistry, The electricity I feel when he's close to me or touches me, makes me feel more alive than I've ever felt ~ J B McGee,
367:Earth would stand out as strange and perturbed, with something in the air that geology and chemistry alone could not explain, with some huge ongoing, active chemical disturbance. ~ David Grinspoon,
368:I'm a believer in biochemistry. But I tell people to try only one thing at a time to see if it works. And if you do give a powerful drug to a kid, it better have a big wow factor. ~ Temple Grandin,
369:The chemistry of dissatisfaction is as the chemistry of some marvelously potent tar. In it are the building stones of explosives, stimulants, poisons, opiates, perfumes and stenches. ~ Eric Hoffer,
370:Dating is a social brain teaser, as it requires constantly changing ratios of intimacy and distance, an erotic mental cha-cha choreographed by chemistry, insight, and fear. ~ Marilyn Suzanne Miller,
371:It does not matter how sternly you tell yourself that the crippling paranoia of the small hours of the night is due solely to body chemistry. You still feel absolutely miserable. ~ Victoria Clayton,
372:I've got this weird body chemistry that I don't like to get high. I'm not going to say I never tried drugs. I tried most everything. I didn't try injectables. But I didn't like it. ~ Linda Ronstadt,
373:The information in DNA could no more be reduced to the chemical than could the ideas in a book be reduced to the ink and paper: something beyond physics and chemistry encoded DNA. ~ Michael Polanyi,
374:I am a teacher, and I am proud of it. At Cornell University I have taught primarily undergraduates, and indeed almost every year since 1966 have taught first-year general chemistry. ~ Roald Hoffmann,
375:Leaving England was a painful decision, and we still have some regrets about it. However, at that time, the research environment for theoretical chemistry was clearly better in the U.S. ~ John Pople,
376:There's a Universe Instrument, where we apply Hip-Hop to astronomy, and we flush out the chemistry of Hip-Hop. We also flushed out the astronomy, to see where Hip-Hop is read in the stars. ~ KRS One,
377:Creatively, I thought we were still viable and could do more records. But our working relationship just wasn't happening at all, and our chemistry as people broke down because of that. ~ Matt Cameron,
378:Photosynthetic organisms in the sea yield most of the oxygen in the atmosphere, take up and store vast amounts of carbon dioxide, shape planetary chemistry, and hold the planet steady. ~ Sylvia Earle,
379:A band's only unique thing is its chemistry, especially if none of you are prodigious players or particularly handsome. The one thing you have is your uniqueness, so we hold on to that. ~ Chris Martin,
380:Education is learning more than it is being taught. It's the chemistry of curiosity exposed to information. In that sense all of life is potentially school. And even I can pass that. ~ Bob Guccione Jr,
381:I'm presently incarcerated. Convicted of a crime I didn't even commit. Hah! "Attempted murder"? Now honestly, what is that? Do they give a Nobel prize for attempted chemistry? Do they? ~ Matt Groening,
382:She had willed herself open to him and knew that the chemistry of love was all within her, her doing. Even his power to wound her with neglect was a power she had created and granted ... ~ John Updike,
383:Evolution has just been dealt its death blow. After reading Origins of Life with my background in chemistry and physics, it is clear that biological evolution could not have occurred. ~ Richard Smalley,
384:In 1948 I entered the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, undecided between studies of chemistry and physics, but my first year convinced me that physics was more interesting to me. ~ Burton Richter,
385:Shame is real pain. The importance of social acceptance and connection is reinforced by our brain chemistry, and the pain that results from social rejection and disconnection is real pain. ~ Bren Brown,
386:Their chemistry at the Tavern had nearly set the place on fire. And she hadn't missed that tent situation under his pants earlier - an entire Boy Scout troop could've camped under there. ~ Elle Kennedy,
387:When I started doing chemistry, I did it the way I fished - for the excitement, the discovery, the adventure, for going after the most elusive catch imaginable in uncharted seas. ~ Karl Barry Sharpless,
388:BLINDSIGHT is fearless: a magnificent, darkly gleaming jewel of a book that hurdles the contradictions inherent in biochemistry, consciousness, and human hearts without breaking stride. ~ Elizabeth Bear,
389:Every science comes with its own pseudo-science, a bizarre distortion that comes from a certain kind of mind: astronomy has its caricaturist in astrology, chemistry used to have alchemy. ~ Stanis aw Lem,
390:Sedentary behavior causes brain impairment, and we know how: by depriving your brain of the flood of neurochemistry that evolution developed in order to grow brains and keep them healthy. ~ John J Ratey,
391:love, for instance. Everybody experiences it, craves it, requires it for his or her very existence, knows it’s there. But no one can explain it, break it down into physics and chemistry. ~ Rupert Isaacson,
392:The conflict of chemistry we do not think reprehensible. If we could look at social conflict as neither good nor bad, but simply a fact, we should make great strides in our thinking. ~ Mary Parker Follett,
393:Band chemistry is a tricky thing. If one guy isn't feeling right with the other guys, everything gets thrown off. When you get the personalities and the chemistry right, that's a grand slam. ~ Les Claypool,
394:Every science comes with its own pseudo-science, a bizarre distortion that comes from a certain kind of mind: astronomy has its caricaturist in astrology, chemistry used to have alchemy. So ~ Stanis aw Lem,
395:Everything, decided Francie after that first lecture, was vibrant with life and there was no death in chemistry. She was puzzled as to why learned people didn't adopt chemistry as a religion. ~ Betty Smith,
396:He thought there was chemistry? Faith had always hated chemistry at school but if she’d known a sexy Australian was going to seduce her with it in the future she may have paid more attention. ~ Amy Andrews,
397:In arranging the bodies in order of their electrical nature, there is formed an electro-chemical system which, in my opinion, is more fit than any other to give an idea of chemistry. ~ Jons Jacob Berzelius,
398:Who are the farmer's servants? ... Geology and Chemistry, the quarry of the air, the water of the brook, the lightning of the cloud, the castings of the worm, the plough of the frost. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson,
399:God, you’re such and ass.”
I leaned in. “An ass that you have a shitload of chemistry with, like it or not. So whaddya you say? By day we fight like enemies, by night we fuck like warriors? ~ Vi Keeland,
400: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,
401:Sometimes one of us will have a riff or a bass line from home but it really gels when we come together. We really have a strong special chemistry that we take advantage of when we get together. ~ Chad Smith,
402:People wanted to see Rey Mysterio and PsIcosis in a match, and we had such a great chemistry. I don't think there was anyone at that time who could match what we were bringing to the table. ~ Oscar Gutierrez,
403:The psychology degree is simply that I was a chemistry major, and they kept wanting the correct answer, whereas in psychology you basically write whatever you want, and chances are you get a B. ~ Jon Stewart,
404:But the nature of my main work in chemistry can be better represented by more than 280 English publications, of which roughly 200 concern the theory of chemical reactions and related subjects. ~ Kenichi Fukui,
405:I think I infuse the music with a new passion. Part of this is because I have fallen in love: I am in love with the New York Philharmonic. The chemistry has just been right. Beyond expectation. ~ Lorin Maazel,
406:One day scientists will more fully understand the chemistry and neuro-circuitry that differentiates love from lust. I couldn't begin to explain the mechanics, but I know that they feel differently. ~ Jim Goad,
407:We would be glad to have your friend come here to study, but tell him that we teach Chemistry here and not Agricultural Chemistry, nor any other special kind of chemistry. ... We teach Chemistry. ~ Ira Remsen,
408: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,
409:Brit: What's your major?

Alex: Chemistry. And yours?

Brit: Chemistry. Kiss me so we can see if we still have it. 'Cause you own my heart, my soul, and everything else in between. ~ Simone Elkeles,
410:Chemistry was such a strange thing. I'd be willing to bet even Micah couldn't tell me why hundreds of men could leave me cold, while this one could string me along forever with only a smile. ~ Vicki Pettersson,
411:If not through divine supervision, how do the atoms of modern chemistry, with their exactly reproducible, stable properties, emerge from equations that, fundamentally, are equations for change? ~ Frank Wilczek,
412:If you want to become a chemist, you will have to ruin your health. If you don't ruin your health studying, you won't accomplish anything these days in chemistry. Liebig's advice to Kekulé. ~ Justus von Liebig,
413:If you want to change something by Tuesday, theater is no good. Journalism is what does that. But, if you want to just alter the chemistry of the moral matrix, then theater has a longer half-life. ~ Tom Stoppard,
414:It just makes me wonder what subject you blame for talking to me every night.' I'm still settling on an answer for that one. Probably Chemistry. Jesus Christ. I can't believe I just wrote that. ~ Megan McCafferty,
415: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,
416:Physical changes take place continuously, while chemical changes take place discontinuously. Physics deals chiefly with continuous varying quantities, while chemistry deals chiefly with whole numbers. ~ Max Planck,
417:We can be so heavily invested in our tales of sorrow and woe that we have no clue how much repeating that negative story creates the chemistry in our body mind that triggers the physical pain. ~ Catherine Carrigan,
418:A long-term marriage has to move beyond chemistry to compatibility, to friendship, to companionship. It is certainly not that passion disappears, but that it is conjoined with other ways of love. ~ Madeleine L Engle,
419:Chemistry is a hard thing. I don't think you can force it, and it doesn't necessarily mean that you have to have great chemistry outside of work. It's just something that sparks on screen or doesn't. ~ Tricia Helfer,
420:For example, if healthy 30-year-olds are sleep deprived for six days (averaging, in this study, about four hours of sleep per night), parts of their body chemistry soon revert to that of a 60-year-old. ~ John Medina,
421:I've never understood the phrase they have chemistry before now. After all, everything is chemistry. Everything is combination and reaction. The atoms in by body align themselves with the atoms in his. ~ Nicola Yoon,
422:The psychology degree comes from the fact that I was a chemistry major and they kept wanting the correct answer, whereas in psychology you basically write whatever you want, and chances are you get a B. ~ Lisa Rogak,
423:The science of genetics is in a transition period, becoming an exact science just as the chemistry in the times of Lavoisier, who made the balance an indispensable implement in chemical research. ~ Wilhelm Johannsen,
424: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,
425:Before you treat a man with a condition, know that not all cures can heal all people. For the chemistry that works on one patient may not work for the next, because even medicine has its own conditions. ~ Suzy Kassem,
426: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,
427:I do not want chemistry to degenerate into a religion; I do not want the chemist to believe in the existence of atoms as the Christian believes in the existence of Christ in the communion wafer. ~ Marcellin Berthelot,
428:I think the locker room is a huge part of the football team and often is a part thats overlooked. The chemistry in your locker room has a lot to do with how youre going to go out there and perform. ~ Larry Fitzgerald,
429:In the progressive growth of astronomy, physics or mechanical science was developed, and when this had been, to a certain degree, successfully cultivated, it gave birth to the science of chemistry. ~ Justus von Liebig,
430:This means that we have here an entirely separate kind of chemistry for which the current tool we use is the electrometer, not the balance, and which we might well call the chemistry of the imponderable. ~ Marie Curie,
431:And that was kind of ugly to admit. Like cancer was a noble disease, but if your biochemistry had conspired with a drug to your mortal detriment then you were undeserving of sympathy, support, understanding. ~ J R Ward,
432:I can't believe I spent 13 years at school and never got taught cooking, gardening, conversation, massage, Latin, or philosophy. What were they thinking? That I would somehow live off inorganic chemistry? ~ Neel Burton,
433:I don't care how intelligent or attractive someone is, if he zaps your energy, he isn't for you. True chemistry is more than intellectual compatibility. Beyond surfaces, you must be intuitively at ease. ~ Judith Orloff,
434:I don’t care how intelligent or attractive someone is, if he zaps your energy, he isn’t for you. True chemistry is more than intellectual compatibility. Beyond surfaces, you must be intuitively at ease. ~ Judith Orloff,
435:If you want to change something by Tuesday, theater is no good. Journalism is what does that.

But, if you want to just alter the chemistry of the moral matrix, then theater has a longer half-life. ~ Tom Stoppard,
436:It just makes me wonder what subject you blame for talking to me every night.'
I'm still settling on an answer for that one. Probably Chemistry.
Jesus Christ. I can't believe I just wrote that. ~ Megan McCafferty,
437:To those who have chosen the profession of medicine, a knowledge of chemistry, and of some branches of natural history, and, indeed, of several other departments of science, affords useful assistance. ~ Charles Babbage,
438:You won't see me writing about particle physics, or even planetary geology, or chemistry. I practically failed chemistry, and if I had to write a book in any of those areas, I don't think it would go well. ~ Mary Roach,
439:Fine, I’ll give you some more time before I kiss you,” I say, relenting. But I want to make my intentions clear. “It’s gonna happen, though. There’s chemistry here, June. You can feel it, I know you can. ~ Sidney Halston,
440:You know, people ask, "How does the chemistry happen?" It's like being in a bar when you're drunk. You see the person, and you don't know why, it just works. And it's like everything goes in slow-motion. ~ Sandra Bullock,
441:All life is sorcery. In its very essence, the soul is magical, and each process of chemistry, of obeisance and cooperation, of surrender and of struggle—at every scale conceivable—is a consort of sorcery. ~ Steven Erikson,
442:When you work with a good actor, there is this natural rapport and chemistry that develops over time. That chemistry helps your characters come alive and makes the story of the film that much more convincing. ~ Aamir Khan,
443:I also became interested in chemistry and gradually accumulated enough test tubes and other glassware to do chemical experiments, using small quantities of chemicals purchased from a pharmacy supply house. ~ Sydney Brenner,
444:The fragrance that suits me best is Romance by Ralph Lauren. It seems to blend into my chemistry, so it is nice and subtle. I don't like to be doused in scent. This one is feminine, fresh and a bit musky. ~ Joanne Froggatt,
445:As a director and an actor, it is very difficult to say "this person was better than another person." I judge by chemistry of the actors but it is difficult being a judge. I will never bash any of the actors. ~ Tommy Wiseau,
446:Everyone talks about the elusive thing with chemistry. If you have a romance on screen or anything, the first thing you have to do is become friends with the person. Its not necessarily about falling in love. ~ Seamus Dever,
447:True love, and what it is, and how do you know what it is. Is it just chemistry, or is it years and years of commitment and being together and hanging in there building a history? And how do you find both? ~ Patricia Heaton,
448:A German and two American scientists won the 2014 Nobel Prize for Chemistry on Wednesday for smashing the size barrier in optical microscopes, allowing researchers to see individual molecules inside living cells. ~ Anonymous,
449:In organic chemistry, we have learnt to derive from compounds containing only carbon and hydrogen, i.e. from the hydrocarbons, all other types of combinations, such as alcohols, aldehydes, ketones, acids, etc. ~ Otto Wallach,
450:I thought I would be an organic chemist. I went off to university, and when I couldn't understand the chemistry lectures I decided that I would be a zoologist, because zoologists seemed like life-loving people. ~ Peter Carey,
451:Why, for example, should a group of simple, stable compounds of carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen struggle for billions of years to organize themselves into a professor of chemistry? What's the motive? ~ Robert M Pirsig,
452:Almost seventy-five percent of our leaders have come right out of Willow. These are people who have proven their character, competence, and chemistry fit while serving in volunteer positions within our ministry. ~ Bill Hybels,
453:A man cannot be professor of zoölogy on one day and of chemistry on the next, and do good work in both. As in a concert all are musicians,-one plays one instrument, and one another, but none all in perfection. ~ Louis Agassiz,
454:I think that there have been times, especially with writing songs, where you sit in a room with somebody, and they could be a very well-respected songwriter, but for whatever reason, the chemistry is just not right. ~ Dave Koz,
455:Jung's move to investigate alchemy as premodern art/science before its separation into rhetoric versus chemistry was an effort to imagine a possible reunion or, at least, reclassification of art and science. ~ Craig Stephenson,
456:Green chemistry is replacing our industrial chemistry with nature's recipe book. It's not easy, because life uses only a subset of the elements in the periodic table. And we use all of them, even the toxic ones. ~ Janine Benyus,
457: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,
458: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,
459:Sugar, for example, shares the same neurochemistry and neural pathways as cocaine. Sweetened chocolate mimics the effects of alcohol and opiates. Flour modulates moods and anaesthetizes pain just as many drugs do. ~ Vera Tarman,
460:We are told that people stay in love because of chemistry, or because they remain intrigued with each other, because of many kindnesses, because of luck. But part of it has got to be forgiveness and gratefulness. ~ Ellen Goodman,
461:I abandoned chemistry to concentrate on mathematics and physics. In 1942, I travelled to Cambridge to take the scholarship examination at Trinity College, received an award and entered the university in October 1943. ~ John Pople,
462:Without a movement pressing for change, there's little hope. We've got to work the political system to make this happen fast. The physics and chemistry are daunting. The resources on the other side are very large. ~ Bill McKibben,
463:After taking my B.A. degree in 1939 I remained at the University for a further year to take an advanced course in Biochemistry, and surprised myself and my teachers by obtaining a first class examination result. ~ Frederick Sanger,
464:Isn’t that funny, to think that the people who have lived in your daydreams for the past two weeks, the people whom you’ve drawn in your chemistry notebook, to think that those people might not even know who you are? ~ Leila Sales,
465:In chemistry, our theories are crutches; to show that they are valid, they must be used to walk... A theory established with the help of twenty facts must explain thirty, and lead to the discovery of ten more. ~ Jean Baptiste Dumas,
466:From the moment the five of us leaned into our first song, we could all hear and feel that the fit was right. The chemistry was immediate, thunderous, and soulful. It was amazing and all of us recognized it instantly. ~ Duff McKagan,
467:The heart and soul of sex is the physical heat it creates between two bodies. Sometimes playful, sometimes passionate, sometimes pure and sweet, this skin-to-skin connection renews your bond and strengthens chemistry. ~ Laura Berman,
468:All our behaviors are manifestations of the biochemistry that drives them. To pull ourselves and our children back from the edge of this man-made abyss at which we now stand, we first have to understand the science. ~ Robert H Lustig,
469:Don't be afraid of hard work. Nothing worthwhile comes easily. Don't let others discourage you or tell you that you can't do it. In my day I was told women didn't go into chemistry. I saw no reason why we couldn't. ~ Gertrude B Elion,
470: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,
471:Mental chemistry creates interest, Emotional chemistry Generates Affection, Physical chemistry generates desire, and Spiritual chemistry creates love. A soulmate includes all four...and I will not settle for anything less! ~ John Gray,
472:I'm actually surprised how technical a lot of commercial wine production is. Things are done very much from an industrial chemistry point of view at certain price points, but that's not the impression you get with wine. ~ Brian Schmidt,
473:New York police force seems like unlike any other in America and even the world. There's a very specific culture dynamic, a specific chemistry. There's almost a specific set of rules because of the city and the size of it. ~ Theo James,
474:mysterious chemistry that sometimes developed between seemingly dissimilar men—each surprisingly recognizing in the other a deep-down, kindred soul, the two of them bobbing along alone and unappreciated in a sea of fools. ~ W E B Griffin,
475: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,
476:The whole art of making experiments in chemistry is founded on the principle: we must always suppose an exact equality or equation between the principles of the body examined and those of the products of its analysis. ~ Antoine Lavoisier,
477:If materialism is true, it seems to me that we cannot know that it is true. If my opinions are the result of the chemical processes going on in my brain, they are determined by the laws of chemistry, not those of logic. ~ John B S Haldane,
478:I later realized that this is my view of passion: It is rooted in genuine friendship. Chemistry may be two strangers exchanging smoldering looks—but passion has to be able to survive at least a twenty-minute conversation! ~ Helen Simonson,
479:Programmed by quanta, physics gave rise first to chemistry and then to life; programmed by mutations and recombination, life gave rise to Shakespeare; programmed by experience and imagination, Shakespeare gave rise to Hamlet. ~ Seth Lloyd,
480:Trees know when we are close by. The chemistry of their roots and the perfumes of their leaves pump out change when we're near...when you feel good after a walk in the woods, it may be that certain species are bribing you ~ Richard Powers,
481:A chemistry is performed so that a chemical reaction occurs and generates a signal from the chemical interaction with the sample, which is translated into a result, which is then reviewed by certified laboratory personnel. ~ John Carreyrou,
482:Anybody is qualified, according to everybody, for giving opinions upon poetry. It is not so in chemistry and mathematics. Nor is it so, I believe, in whist and the polka. But then these are more serious things. ~ Elizabeth Barrett Browning,
483:People will tell you that you have to know math to be a scientist, or physics or chemistry. They're wrong. ... What comes first is a question, and you're already there. It's not nearly as involved as people make it out to be. ~ Hope Jahren,
484:A new study shows that American students are becoming less proficient in science, and if the trend continues, we will become a nation that's science and chemistry illiterate. And you thought a lot of meth labs are blowing up now? ~ Jay Leno,
485:I’d study the science of you until I turned it into an art.
The way your atoms rub together.
Molecules colliding.
Chemistry building.
Explosions of heat and radiation burning
like a star at the end of the world. ~ Iain Thomas,
486: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,
487:The depressing thing about battery technology is that it gets better, but it gets better slowly. There are a whole bunch of problems in materials science and chemistry that come in trying to make existing batteries better. ~ Nathan Myhrvold,
488:You wouldn't care if I was dead. Nobody'd care. That's all you want, just my damned body, not me. Nobody wants me, just my damned body. And I'm damned and you're damned with your cock and your cleverness and your chemistry- ~ William Golding,
489:Cellular pathology is not an end if one cannot see any alteration in the cell. Chemistry brings the clarification of living processes nearer than does anatomy. Each anatomical change must have been preceded by a chemical one. ~ Rudolf Virchow,
490:Chemistry, until my childhood, not that long ago, was regarded as a calculating device. Because you couldn't reduce to physics. So it's just some way of calculating the result of experiments. The Bohr atom was treated that way. ~ Noam Chomsky,
491:I'm aware of everything - it's my job - I keep up to speed, and I have a blessed memory. The brain chemistry I have is such that my memory is wonderful. And sometimes it's helpful, and other times it ends up being frustrating. ~ Rush Limbaugh,
492:It seemed to me that one should make an effort to banish artificial classifications from chemistry and begin to assign to each element the place it must occupy in the natural order by comparing it in succession to others. ~ Andre Marie Ampere,
493:We create a standard for how we want to do things and everybody's got to buy into that standard or you really can't have any team chemistry. Mediocre people don't like high-achievers and high-achievers don't like mediocre people. ~ Nick Saban,
494:Asbestos, EMFs, and CFCs have given us a degree of humility. When yesterday's "triumph of modern chemistry" turns out instead to be today's deadly threat to the global environment, it is legitimate to ask what else we don't know. ~ Denis Hayes,
495:I got into magic because I got into alchemy. Which I got into because I was into chemistry, which I was learning about because I wanted to get better with botany, which I had taken up studying in an effort to grow some killer weed ~ Drew Hayes,
496:It has pleased no less than surprised me that of the many studies whereby I have sought to extend the field of general chemistry, the highest scientific distinction that there is today has been awarded for those on catalysis. ~ Wilhelm Ostwald,
497:Why not open the door, and open their arms, and close them again around each other? Did the not understand how, in the strange chemistry of human emotion, his suffering and her, mingled together, could... countervail each other? ~ Laini Taylor,
498:I knew about viscosity, but I’d heard about it in a course in physical chemistry, not in physics. Step by step, the questions I asked led me into the world of mechanical engineering. A reductionist path, yes, but a different one. ~ Steven Vogel,
499:One wonders how people in primitive societies, with no knowledge of chemistry or physiology, ever hit upon a solution to the activation of an alkaloid by a monoamine oxidase inhibitor. Pure experimentation? Perhaps not. ~ Richard Evans Schultes,
500:I just thought to my self, all of a sudden, that we had something in common. A natural chemistry, if you will. And I had a feeling that something big was going to happen. To both of us. That we were, in fact, meant to be together. ~ Sarah Dessen,

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   7 Occultism
   3 Yoga
   3 Integral Yoga
   1 Philosophy
   1 Hinduism


   7 Aleister Crowley
   4 Sri Aurobindo
   3 The Mother
   3 Swami Vivekananda
   2 Satprem
   2 Nolini Kanta Gupta


   6 The Secret Doctrine
   6 Liber ABA
   5 A Garden of Pomegranates - An Outline of the Qabalah
   3 The Mothers Agenda
   2 Sri Aurobindo or the Adventure of Consciousness
   2 Magick Without Tears
   2 Essays Divine And Human
   2 Collected Poems


1.01_-_Economy, #Walden, and On The Duty Of Civil Disobedience, #Henry David Thoreau, #Philosophy
  Those things for which the most money is demanded are never the things which the student most wants. Tuition, for instance, is an important item in the term bill, while for the far more valuable education which he gets by associating with the most cultivated of his contemporaries no charge is made. The mode of founding a college is, commonly, to get up a subscription of dollars and cents, and then following blindly the principles of a division of labor to its extreme, a principle which should never be followed but with circumspection,to call in a contractor who makes this a subject of speculation, and he employs
  Irishmen or other operatives actually to lay the foundations, while the students that are to be are said to be fitting themselves for it; and for these oversights successive generations have to pay. I think that it would be _better than this_, for the students, or those who desire to be benefited by it, even to lay the foundation themselves. The student who secures his coveted leisure and retirement by systematically shirking any labor necessary to man obtains but an ignoble and unprofitable leisure, defrauding himself of the experience which alone can make leisure fruitful. But, says one, you do not mean that the students should go to work with their hands instead of their heads? I do not mean that exactly, but I mean something which he might think a good deal like that; I mean that they should not _play_ life, or _study_ it merely, while the community supports them at this expensive game, but earnestly _live_ it from beginning to end. How could youths better learn to live than by at once trying the experiment of living? Methinks this would exercise their minds as much as mathematics. If I wished a boy to know something about the arts and sciences, for instance, I would not pursue the common course, which is merely to send him into the neighborhood of some professor, where any thing is professed and practised but the art of life;to survey the world through a telescope or a microscope, and never with his natural eye; to study Chemistry, and not learn how his bread is made, or mechanics, and not learn how it is earned; to discover new satellites to Neptune, and not detect the motes in his eyes, or to what vagabond he is a satellite himself; or to be devoured by the monsters that swarm all around him, while contemplating the monsters in a drop of vinegar.
  

1.02_-_The_Pit, #A Garden of Pomegranates - An Outline of the Qabalah, #Israel Regardie, #Occultism
  
  Modern conceptions of mathematics, Chemistry, and physics are sheer paradox to the" plain man" who thinks of matter, for example, as something that he can knock up against. There appears to be no doubt nowadays that the ultimate nature of Science in any of its branches will be purely abstract, almost of a
  Qabalistic character one might say, even though it may never be officially denominated the Qabalah. It is natural and proper to represent the Cosmos or any part of it, or its

1.02_-_The_Stages_of_Initiation, #Knowledge of the Higher Worlds, #Rudolf Steiner, #Occultism
  
  In order to meet another objection, which may be raised by certain people who have some psychic experience, let it at once be admitted that there are shorter and simpler ways, and that there are persons who have acquired knowledge of the phenomena of birth and death through personal vision, without first going through all that has here been described. There are, in fact, people with considerable psychic gifts who need but a slight impulse in order to find themselves already developed. But they are the exceptions, and the methods described above are safer and apply equally to all. It is possible to acquire some knowledge of Chemistry in an exceptional way, but if you wish to become a chemist you must follow the recognized and reliable course.
  

1.03_-_Hieroglypics_Life_and_Language_Necessarily_Symbolic, #Magick Without Tears, #Aleister Crowley, #Philosophy
  
  "But why? Why all this elaborate symbolism? Why not say straight out what you mean? Surely the subject is difficult enough in any case must you put on a mask to make it clear? I know you well enough by now to be sure that you will not fob me off with any Holy-Willie nonsense about the ineffable, about human language being inadequate to reveal such Mysteries, about the necessity of constructing a new language to explain a new system of thought; of course I know that this had to be done in the case of Chemistry, of higher mathematics, indeed of almost all technical subjects; but I feel that you have some other, deeper explanation in reserve.
  

1.04_-_KAI_VALYA_PADA, #Patanjali Yoga Sutras, #Swami Vivekananda, #Hinduism
  The Yogis claim that these powers can be gained by chemical
  means. All of you know that Chemistry originally began as
  alchemy; men went in search of the philsophers stone, and

1.04_-_The_Paths, #A Garden of Pomegranates - An Outline of the Qabalah, #Israel Regardie, #Occultism
  
  O NE of the several difficulties encountered in pre- senting a new scheme or a new interpretation of philosophy is the popular prejudice against new terminology. It is conceivable that objections will be raised against the Hebrew Alphabet and the terms utilized by the Qabalah by people who may overlook the fact that in the study of Astronomy, Physics, or Chemistry, for example, a completely new nomenclature must be mastered.
  Even commerce uses a whole system of words and terms meaningless without a knowledge of commercial methods and procedure. The terminology used by the Qabalah is so employed for several reasons.

1.05_-_Qualifications_of_the_Aspirant_and_the_Teacher, #Bhakti-Yoga, #Swami Vivekananda, #Hinduism
  
  "Why should we look into the character and personality of a teacher? We have only to judge of what he says, and take that up." This is not right. If a man wants to teach me something of dynamics, or Chemistry, or any other physical science, he may be anything he likes, because what the physical sciences require is merely an intellectual equipment; but in the spiritual sciences it is impossible from first to last that there can be any spiritual light in the soul that is impure. What religion can an impure man teach? The sine qua non of acquiring spiritual truth for one's self or for imparting it to others is the purity of heart and soul. A vision of God or a glimpse of the beyond never comes until the soul is pure.
  

1.05_-_The_Ascent_of_the_Sacrifice_-_The_Psychic_Being, #The Synthesis Of Yoga, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
     In accordance with the triple character of the sacrifice we may divide works too into a triple order, the works of Knowledge, the works of Love, the works of the Will-in-Life, and see how this more plastic spiritual rule applies to each province and effects the transition from the lower to the higher nature.
     It is natural from the point of view of the Yoga to divide into two categories the activities of the human mind in its pursuit of knowledge. There is the supreme supra-intellectual knowledge which concentrates itself on the discovery of the One and Infinite in its transcendence or tries to penetrate by intuition, contemplation, direct inner contact into the ultimate truths behind the appearances of Nature; there is the lower science which diffuses itself in an outward knowledge of phenomena, the disguises of the One and Infinite as it appears to us in and through the more exterior forms of the world-manifestation around us. These two, an upper and a lower hemisphere, in the form of them constructed or conceived by men within the mind's ignorant limits, have even there separated themselves, as they developed, with some sharpness.... Philosophy, sometimes spiritual or at least intuitive, sometimes abstract and intellectual, sometimes intellectualising spiritual experience or supporting with a logical apparatus the discoveries of the spirit, has claimed always to take the fixation of ultimate Truth as its province. But even when it did not separate itself on rarefied metaphysical heights from the knowledge that belongs to the practical world and the pursuit of ephemeral objects, intellectual Philosophy by its habit of abstraction has seldom been a power for life. It has been sometimes powerful for high speculation, pursuing mental Truth for its own sake without any ulterior utility or object, sometimes for a subtle gymnastic of the mind in a mistily bright cloud-land of words and ideas, but it has walked or acrobatised far from the more tangible realities of existence. Ancient Philosophy in Europe was more dynamic, but only for the few; in India in its more spiritualised forms, it strongly influenced but without transforming the life of the race.... Religion did not attempt, like Philosophy, to live alone on the heights; its aim was rather to take hold of man's parts of life even more than his parts of mind and draw them Godwards; it professed to build a bridge between spiritual Truth and the vital and material existence; it strove to subordinate and reconcile the lower to the higher, make life serviceable to God, Earth obedient to Heaven. It has to be admitted that too often this necessary effort had the opposite result of making Heaven a sanction for Earth's desires; for continually the religious idea has been turned into an excuse for the worship and service of the human ego. Religion, leaving constantly its little shining core of spiritual experience, has lost itself in the obscure mass of its ever extending ambiguous compromises with life: in attempting to satisfy the thinking mind, it more often succeeded in oppressing or fettering it with a mass of theological dogmas; while seeking to net the human heart, it fell itself into pits of pietistic emotionalism and sensationalism; in the act of annexing the vital nature of man to dominate it, it grew itself vitiated and fell a prey to all the fanaticism, homicidal fury, savage or harsh turn for oppression, pullulating falsehood, obstinate attachment to ignorance to which that vital nature is prone; its desire to draw the physical in man towards God betrayed it into chaining itself to ecclesiastic mechanism, hollow ceremony and lifeless ritual. The corruption of the best produced the worst by that strange Chemistry of the power of life which generates evil out of good even as it can also generate good out of evil. At the same time in a vain effort at self-defence against this downward gravitation. Religion was driven to cut existence into two by a division of knowledge, works, art, life itself into two opposite categories, the spiritual and the worldly, religious and mundane, sacred and profane; but this' defensive distinction itself became conventional and artificial and aggravated rather than healed the disease.... On the other side. Science and Art and the knowledge of life, although at first they served or lived in the shadow of Religion, ended by emancipating themselves, became estranged or hostile, or have even recoiled with indifference, contempt or scepticism from what seem to them the cold, barren and distant or unsubstantial and illusory heights of unreality to which metaphysical Philosophy and Religion aspire. For a time the divorce has been as complete as the one-sided intolerance of the human mind could make it and threatened even to end in a complete extinction of all attempt at a higher or a more spiritual knowledge. Yet even in the earthward life a higher knowledge is indeed the one thing that is throughout needful, and without it the lower sciences and pursuits, however fruitful, however rich, free, miraculous in the abundance of their results, become easily a sacrifice offered without due order and to false gods; corrupting, hardening in the end the heart of man, limiting his mind's horizons, they confine in a stony material imprisonment or lead to a final baffling incertitude and disillusionment. A sterile agnosticism awaits us above the brilliant phosphorescence of a half-knowledge that is still the Ignorance.
     A Yoga turned towards an all-embracing realisation of the Supreme will not despise the works or even the dreams, if dreams they are, of the Cosmic Spirit or shrink from the splendid toil and many-sided victory which he has assigned to himself In the human creature. But its first condition for this liberality is that our works in the world too must be part of the sacrifice offered to the Highest and to none else, to the Divine shakti and to no other Power, in the right spirit and with the right knowledge, by the free soul and not by the hypnotised bondslave of material Nature. If a division of works has to be made, it is between those that are nearest to the heart of the sacred flame and those that are least touched or illumined by it because they are more at a distance, or between the fuel that burns strongly or brightly and the logs that if too thickly heaped on the altar may impede the ardour of the fire by their damp, heavy and diffused abundance. But otherwise, apart from this division, all activities of knowledge that seek after or express Truth are in themselves rightful materials for a complete offering; none ought necessarily to be excluded from the wide framework of the divine life. The mental and physical sciences which examine into the laws and forms and processes of things, those which concern the life of men and animals, the social, political, linguistic and historical and those which seek to know and control the labours and activities by which man subdues and utilises his world and environment, and the noble and beautiful Arts which are at once work and knowledge, -- for every well-made and significant poem, picture, statue or building is an act of creative knowledge, a living discovery of the consciousness, a figure of Truth, a dynamic form of mental and vital self-expression or world-expressions-all that seeks, all that finds, all that voices or figures is a realisation of something of the play of the Infinite and to that extent can be made a means of God-realisation or of divine formation. But the Yogin has to see that it is no longer done as part of an ignorant mental life; it can be accepted by him only if by the feeling, the remembrance, the dedication within it, it is turned into a movement of the spiritual consciousness and becomes a part of its vast grasp of comprehensive illuminating knowledge.

1.07_-_The_Literal_Qabalah_(continued), #A Garden of Pomegranates - An Outline of the Qabalah, #Israel Regardie, #Occultism
  
  " To-day one phenomenon after another which was at one time attributed to * vital force ' is being traced to the action of the ordinary processes of physics and Chemistry.
  Although the problem is still far from solution, it is becom- ing increasingly likely that what specially distinguishes the matter of living bodies is the presence not of a ' vital force ', but of the quite commonplace element carbon. ... If this is so, life exists in the universe only because the carbon atom possesses certain exceptional properties. ... So far nothing is known to account for its very special capacity for binding other atoms together. The carbon atom consists of six electrons revolving around the appropriate central nucleus. . . ."

1.08_-_The_Ladder, #A Garden of Pomegranates - An Outline of the Qabalah, #Israel Regardie, #Occultism
  Exemptus. His task is to discover what he is, whence he has come, why he is here on this particular planet and no other, and where his destiny will carry him. This is performed by the cultivation of the memory of his past incarnations. He is confronted by a hideous hunchback (?), mockingly facing him with an uplifted club. There is no atom in his nature which can be displaced without altering him in some way ; no useless moment in his past. What, then, is his future ?
  The Adept has literary capacity, or, perhaps, skill in several languages ; can paint somewhat, and has a know- ledge of Chemistry ? How do these attainments help his purpose, or that of mankind whom he has sworn to help ?
  He was killed as a snake in seons gone by ; stoned under

1.12_-_Independence, #Raja-Yoga, #Swami Vivkenanda, #unset
  
  The Yogis claim that these powers can be gained by chemical means. All of you know that Chemistry originally began as alchemy; men went in search of the philosopher's stone and elixirs of life, and so forth. In India there was a sect called the Rsyanas. Their idea was that ideality, knowledge, spirituality, and religion were all very right, but that the body was the only instrument by which to attain to all these. If the body came to an end every now and again, it would take so much more time to attain to the goal. For instance, a man wants to practice Yoga, or wants to become spiritual. Before he has advanced very far he dies. Then he takes another body and begins again, then dies, and so on. In this way much time will be lost in dying and being born again. If the body could be made strong and perfect, so that it would get rid of birth and death, we should have so much more time to become spiritual. So these Rasayanas say, first make the body very strong. They claim that this body can be made immortal. Their idea is that if the mind manufactures the body, and if it be true that each mind is only one outlet to the infinite energy, there should be no limit to each outlet getting any amount of power from outside. Why is it impossible to keep our bodies all the time? We have to manufacture all the bodies that we ever have. As soon as this body dies, we shall have to manufacture another. If we can do that, why cannot we do it just here and now, without getting out of the present body? The theory is perfectly correct. If it is possible that we live after death, and make other bodies, why is it impossible that we should have the power of making bodies here, without entirely dissolving this body, simply changing it continually? They also thought that in mercury and in sulphur was hidden the most wonderful power, and that by certain preparations of these a man could keep the body as long as he liked. Others believed that certain drugs could bring powers, such as flying through the air. Many of the most wonderful medicines of the present day we owe to the Rasayanas, notably the use of metals in medicine. Certain sects of Yogis claim that many of their principal teachers are still living in their old bodies. Patanjali, the great authority on Yoga, does not deny this.
  

1.12_-_The_Superconscient, #Sri Aurobindo or the Adventure of Consciousness, #Satprem, #Integral Yoga
  
  There exists in India a secret knowledge based upon sounds and the differences of vibratory modes found on different planes of consciousness. If we pronounce the sound OM, for example, we clearly feel its vibrations enveloping the head centers, while the sound RAM affects the navel center. And since each of our centers of consciousness is in direct contact with a plane, we can, by the repetition of certain sounds (japa), come into contact with the corresponding plane of consciousness.200 This is the basis of an entire spiritual discipline, called "tantric" because it originates from sacred texts known as Tantra. The basic or essential sounds that have the power to establish the contact are called mantras. The mantras, usually secret and given to the disciple by his Guru,201 are of all kinds (there are many levels within each plane of consciousness), and may serve the most contradictory purposes. By combining certain sounds, one can at the lower levels of consciousness generally at the vital level come in contact with the corresponding forces and acquire many strange powers: some mantras can cause death (in five minutes, with violent vomiting), some mantras can strike with precision a particular part or organ of the body, some mantras can cure, some mantras can start a fire, protect, or cast spells. This type of magic, or Chemistry of vibrations, derives simply from a conscious handling of the lower vibrations. But there is a higher magic, which also derives from handling vibrations, on higher planes of consciousness. This is poetry, music, the spiritual mantras of the Upanishads and the Veda, the mantras given by a Guru to his disciple to help him come consciously into direct contact with a special plane of consciousness, a force or a divine being. In this case, the sound holds in itself the power of experience and realization it is a sound that makes one see.
  

1.15_-_Sex_Morality, #Magick Without Tears, #Aleister Crowley, #Philosophy
  
  But there is another point at issue. This incidentally, is where the "automatic safeguards" come in. "...thou hast no right but to do thy will." (AL I, 42) means that to "go anwhoring after strange" purposes can only be disastrous. It is possible, in Chemistry, to provoke an endothermic reaction; but that is only asking for trouble. The product bears within its own heart the seed of dissolution. Accordingly, the most important preliminary to any Magical operation is to make sure that its object is not only harmonious with, but necessary to, your Great Work.
  

1.17_-_The_Transformation, #Sri Aurobindo or the Adventure of Consciousness, #Satprem, #Integral Yoga
  life: sixty percent of our lifetime is spent acquiring means and another thirty percent sleeping. What is absurd here, says the Mother, is all the artificial devices we must use. Any idiot has more power provided he has the means of acquiring the necessary devices. But in a true world, a supramental world, the more conscious and in harmony with the truth of things you are, the more your will has authority over substance; substance responds to the will. There, authority is a true authority. If you want a dress, you must have the power to make it, a true power. If you don't have that power, well, you go naked! There is no artifice to substitute for the lack of power. While here, not once in a million times is authority the expression of something true.
  Everything is colossally stupid. This supramental "authority" is not some kind of supermagic, far from it; it is an extremely precise process, as precise and exact as a Chemistry experiment, except that instead of dealing with external objects, the supramental being acts upon the true vibration in the core of each thing and combines it with other vibrations in order to achieve a particular result, like a painter mixing colors for a picture or a poet combining sounds for a poem. He is truly a poet, for he creates what he names. The true name of an object is the vibration constituting it; to name an object is to have the power to evoke it or to destroy it.
  The spontaneous and natural quality of supramental life for ultimately only Truth is natural will be expressed also in a supramental art, which will be a direct and exact representation of our particular spiritual tonality; an art in which cheating will have become impossible because only our inner light will be able to touch and play upon the same lights involved in Matter and mold from it the corresponding forms. If our vibration is gray, our creation will be similarly gray, and everything we touch will be gray. Our physical,

1.240_-_Talks_2, #unset, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  M.: You seek the confirmation from others. Each one though addressed as you, styles himself I. The confirmation is only from I. There is no you at all. All are comprised in I. The other can be known only when the Self is posited. The others do not exist without the subject.
  D.: Again, this is nothing new. When I was with Sir C. V. Raman he told me that the theory of smell could be explained from his theory of light. Smell need no longer be explained in terms of Chemistry. Now, there is something new; it is progress. That is what I mean, when I say that there is nothing new in all the statements I hear now.
  M.: I is never new. It is eternally the same.

1.300_-_1.400_Talks, #Talks, #Sri Ramana Maharshi, #Hinduism
  
  D.: Again, this is nothing new. When I was with Sir C. V. Raman he told me that the theory of smell could be explained from his theory of light. Smell need no longer be explained in terms of Chemistry. Now, there is something new; it is progress. That is what I mean, when I say that there is nothing new in all the statements I hear now.
  

2.03_-_Karmayogin_A_Commentary_on_the_Isha_Upanishad, #Isha Upanishad, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  It will be clear even from this brief and condensed statement
  of the Vedic analysis of existence that the elements of the Upanishad are not the elementary substances of modern Chemistry but
  five general states of matter to which all its actual or substantial

2.07_-_The_Cup, #Liber ABA, #Aleister Crowley, #Philosophy
  61:Further meditation of certain sorts is useful: not the strict meditation which endeavours to still the mind, but such a meditation as Samasati. footnote: See Equinox V, "The Training of the Mind"; Equinox II, "The Psychology of Hashish": Equinox VII, "Liber DCCCCXIII."
  62:On the exoteric side if necessary the mind should be trained by the study of any well-developed science, such as Chemistry, or mathematics.
  63:The idea of organization is the first step, that of interpretation the second. The Master of the Temple, whose grade corresponds to Binah, is sworn to "interpret every phenomenon as a particular dealing of God with his soul."

2.2.01_-_The_Problem_of_Consciousness, #Essays Divine And Human, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  Essays Divine and Human
   their instrument of expression or manifestation; they are [its] instrument made of its substance, dependent on [its] substance, inexistent without it. Mind is an action of Matter, not a separate power or force; there is nothing in it superior to the physicality of the body; it exists by the body and as a part of its activity, lasts along with it, dies with it. Mind is a product of gases, some operation of Nature's Chemistry, glandular influences, nervous stimuluses; it is matter and records the operations of Matter.
  

2.2.03_-_The_Science_of_Consciousness, #Essays Divine And Human, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  
  It is true also that modern inquiry probing into psychological (as opposed to physiological) phenomena has discovered certain truths that are equally discovered by Yogic process, the role of the subconscient, the subliminal, double or multiple personality; but its observations in these fields are of an extremely groping and initial character and one does not see easily how it can arrive at the same largeness of results here as in physiology, physics, Chemistry or other departments of physical Science.
  

2.24_-_The_Evolution_of_the_Spiritual_Man, #The Life Divine, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  Nevertheless, the principle of this great and many-sided religious and spiritual evolution was sound, and by taking up in itself the whole of life and of human nature, by encouraging the growth of intellect and never opposing it or putting bounds to its freedom, but rather calling it in to the aid of the spiritual seeking, it prevented the conflict or the undue predominance which in the Occident led to the restriction and drying up of the religious instinct and the plunge into pure materialism and secularism. A method of this plastic and universal kind, admitting but exceeding all creeds and forms and allowing every kind of element, may have numerous consequences which might be objected to by the purist, but its great justifying result has been an unexampled multitudinous richness and a more than millennial persistence and impregnable durability, generality, universality, height, subtlety and many-sided wideness of spiritual attainment and seeking and endeavour. It is indeed only by such a catholicity and plasticity that the wider aim of the evolution can work itself out with any fullness. The individual demands from religion a door of opening into spiritual experience or a means of turning towards it, a communion with God or a definite light of guidance on the way, a promise of the hereafter or a means of a happier supraterrestrial future; these needs can be met on the narrower basis of credal belief and sectarian cult. But there is also the wider purpose of Nature to prepare and further the spiritual evolution in man and turn him into a spiritual being; religion serves her as a means for pointing his effort and his ideal in that direction and providing each one who is ready with the possibility of taking a step upon the way towards it. This end she serves by the immense variety of the cults she has created, some final, standardised and definitive, others more plastic, various and many-sided. A religion which is itself a congeries of religions and which at the same time provides each man with his own turn of inner experience, would be the most in consonance with this purpose of Nature: it would be a rich nursery of spiritual growth and flowering, a vast multiform school of the soul's discipline, endeavour, self-realisation. Whatever errors Religion has committed, this is her function and her great and indispensable utility and service, - the holding up of this growing light of guidance on our way through the mind's ignorance towards the Spirit's complete consciousness and self-knowledge.
  Occultism is in its essence man's effort to arrive at a knowledge of secret truths and potentialities of Nature which will lift him out of slavery to his physical limits of being, an attempt in particular to possess and organise the mysterious, occult, outwardly still undeveloped direct power of Mind upon Life and of both Mind and Life over Matter. There is at the same time an endeavour to establish communication with worlds and entities belonging to the supraphysical heights, depths and intermediate levels of cosmic Being and to utilise this communion for the mastery of a higher Truth and for a help to man in his will to make himself sovereign over Nature's powers and forces. This human aspiration takes its stand on the belief, intuition or intimation that we are not mere creatures of the mud, but souls, minds, wills that can know all the mysteries of this and every world and become not only Nature's pupils but her adepts and masters. The occultist sought to know the secret of physical things also and in this effort he furthered astronomy, created Chemistry, gave an impulse to other sciences, for he utilised geometry also and the science of numbers; but still more he sought to know the secrets of supernature. In this sense occultism might be described as the science of the supernatural; but it is in fact only the discovery of the supraphysical, the surpassing of the material limit, - the heart of occultism is not the impossible chimera which hopes to go beyond or outside all force of Nature and make pure phantasy and arbitrary miracle omnipotently effective. What seems to us supernatural is in fact either a spontaneous irruption of the phenomena of other-Nature into physical Nature or, in the work of the occultist, a possession of the knowledge and power of the higher orders or grades of cosmic Being and Energy and the direction of their forces and processes towards the production of effects in the physical world by seizing on possibilities of interconnection and means for a material effectuality. There are powers of the mind and the life-force which have not been included in Nature's present systematisation of mind and life in matter, but are potential and can be brought to bear upon material things and happenings or even brought in and added to the present systematisation so as to enlarge the control of mind over our own life and body or to act on the minds, lives, bodies of others or on the movements of cosmic Forces. The modern admission of hypnotism is an example of such a discovery and systematised application, - though still narrow and limited, limited by its method and formula, - of occult powers which otherwise touch us only by a casual or a hidden action whose process is unknown to us or imperfectly caught by a few; for we are all the time undergoing a battery of suggestions, thought suggestions, impulse suggestions, will suggestions, emotional and sensational suggestions, thought waves, life waves that come on us or into us from others or from the universal Energy, but act and produce their effects without our knowledge. A systematised endeavour to know these movements and their law and possibilities, to master and use the power or Nature-force behind them or to protect ourselves from them would fall within one province of occultism: but it would only be a small part even of that province; for wide and multiple are the possible fields, uses, processes of this vast range of little explored Knowledge.
  In modern times, as physical Science enlarged its discoveries and released the secret material forces of Nature into an action governed by human knowledge for human use, occultism receded and was finally set aside on the ground that the physical alone is real and mind and life are only departmental activities of Matter. On this basis, believing material Energy to be the key of all things, Science has attempted to move towards a control of mind and life processes by a knowledge of the material instrumentation and process of our normal and abnormal mind and life functionings and activities; the spiritual is ignored as only one form of mentality. It may be observed in passing that if this endeavour succeeded, it might not be without danger for the existence of the human race, even as now are certain other scientific discoveries misused or clumsily used by a humanity mentally and morally unready for the handling of powers so great and perilous; for it would be an artificial control applied without any knowledge of the secret forces which underlie and sustain our existence. Occultism in the West could be thus easily pushed aside because it never reached its majority, never acquired ripeness and a philosophic or sound systematic foundation. It indulged too freely in the romance of the supernatural or made the mistake of concentrating its major effort on the discovery of formulas and effective modes for using supernormal powers. It deviated into magic white and black or into a romantic or thaumaturgic paraphernalia of occult mysticism and the exaggeration of what was after all a limited and scanty knowledge. These tendencies and this insecurity of mental foundation made it difficult to defend and easy to discredit, a target facile and vulnerable. In Egypt and the East this line of knowledge arrived at a greater and more comprehensive endeavour: this ampler maturity can be seen still intact in the remarkable system of the Tantras; it was not only a many-sided science of the supernormal but supplied the basis of all the occult elements of religion and even developed a great and powerful system of spiritual discipline and self-realisation. For the highest occultism is that which discovers the secret movements and dynamic supernormal possibilities of mind and life and spirit and uses them in their native force or by an applied process for the greater effectivity of our mental, vital and spiritual being.

3.00_-_The_Magical_Theory_of_the_Universe, #Liber ABA, #Aleister Crowley, #Philosophy
  4. All advance in understanding demands the acquisition of a new point-of-view.
  Modern conceptions of Mathematics, Chemistry, and Physics are sheer paradox to
  the plain man who thinks of Matter as something that one can knock up against.
  --
  English word derived from these sources. Also, there is the similar
  case of the Periodic Law in Chemistry, which enables Science to
  prophesy, and so in the end to discover, the existence of certain

3.05_-_The_Formula_of_I.A.O., #Liber ABA, #Aleister Crowley, #Philosophy
  copper sulphide (and potassium sulphate); which copper sulphide is then reduced
  back into copper and sulphur. Crowley read Chemistry at Trinity (he had
  previously had a summer job as a lab assistant), and while not graduating nevertheless made much use of analogies drawn from his studies in later writings.]

3.0_-_THE_ETERNAL_RECURRENCE, #Twilight of the Idols, #Friedrich Nietzsche, #Philosophy
  (an arbitrary phenomenon become a rule, as for instance oxygen and
  hydrogen in Chemistry)??? Is this rule simply a protracted kind of mood?
  

3.1.24_-_In_the_Moonlight, #Collected Poems, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  
  Through Chemistry she seeks the source of life,
  Nor knows the mighty laws that she has found,

3.12_-_Of_the_Bloody_Sacrifice, #Liber ABA, #Aleister Crowley, #Philosophy
  those dead from such causes as syncope? If we understood the ultimate physics
  and Chemistry of the brief moment of death, we could get hold of the force in some
  way, supply the missing element, reverse the electrical conditions, or what not.

3.20_-_Of_the_Eucharist, #Liber ABA, #Aleister Crowley, #Philosophy
  periodicity of the elements has made it seem likely, at least in
  theory, that our apparently immutable elements should be modifications of a single one.1 Organic Chemistry, with its metatheses and
  syntheses dependent on the conceptions of molecules as geometrical
  --
  who claimed these properties for their Gold must, after all, have
  been referring not to Chemistry, but to some spiritual operations
  whose sanctity demanded some such symbolic veil as the cryptographic use of the language of the laboratory.
  --
  cases of the art of Magick to a single formula will both elucidate and
  vindicate Alchemy, while extending Chemistry to cover all classes of
  Change.

3-5_Full_Circle, #unset, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  Specific Applications
  Several of the teachers are applying the basic ideas of the seminar in their own teaching and are reporting quite significant results in terms of student motivation and technical performance. The flexibility of the approach is suggested by the fact that teachers in many different fields and grade levels are using some adaptation of it. For instance, William Eblen and his associates in Wilton, Connecticut, use their own variation of this approach in their high school and college ecology project, Total Education for a Total Environment (TETE). Professor Rossalie Pinkham, Director of Laboratory Schools, Southern Connecticut State College, and Chairman, Consortium on Systems Education, New Haven, uses it as a springboard into, and as a frame of reference for, linguistic and social science subject areas. Chemistry teachers in high school use the periodic table as a springboard into interdisciplinary units. Biology teachers can use the general model as a functional framework for integrating the study of evolution in all the traditional sub-fields of biology and for relating evolution theory to psycho-social studies. Historians and anthropologists use it as a functional basis for explaining the process of change.
  Being an economist who had already developed a broad economizing model for interpreting the universe of organized energy before meeting Mr. Haskell two years ago, I have blended his model into the economizing framework. A brief sketch of that master model will set the stage for describing the nature and importance of the task of developing a meta-language of the sciences, and for describing the particular approach we are developing at the SCSC Center for I-D Creativity.
  --
  Unified Science, however, provides a clear, verifiable hypothesis and model for correcting this fatal defect. According to the theory presented in Chapter II, a strategic aspect of our culture continues to loiter on the threshold of Period 7, Higher Industrialists. Namely the genetico-psycho-socio-econo-political sciences and technologies. This failure to consolidate social science creates in our culture's controller or Minority what Lippmann called "the great vacuum yawning to be filled." That is to say, a lack of coherent understanding, resulting in persistent failures of leadership. Specifically it preserves the Minority's incapacity to diagnose malfunctions, prescribe feasible solutions, prognose the outcomes of alternative prescriptions, and then execute the most promising one effectively.
  Into this leadership vacuum rush the ideologists--people such as the totalitarian democrats and various fascistic racists, whose worldviews were prematurely unified in the nineteenth century; unified before the rise of modern physics, Chemistry, biology, genetics, or any other modern science; and by non-scientists at that. Their misinterpretations of history, genetics, psychology, and so forth are, however, systematic and mutually reinforcing. This gives them the confidence which our traditional leaders lack, and therewith the power to mislead the Majority disastrously.44
  How have we found out that they are misleading our education and our culture a In the same way that physical and biological scientists find out when they are misled: by making theoretical models and subjecting them to experimental verification. "The verification of a model such as occurred with Rutherford's nuclear atom can greatly extend the range and scope of the physicist's understanding," say physicists Kendall and Panofsky. "It is through the interplay of observation, prediction, and comparison that the laws of nature are slowly clarified."45
  --
  The language and theory developed in this process, what Quine calls the background language and background theory of the one-field disciplines, are ipso facto the language and theory of Unified Science. "Our dependence upon a background theory," he says, "becomes especially evident when we reduce our universe U [the universe of one scientific discipline] to another V by appeal to a proxy function. For it is only in a theory with an inclusive universe, embracing U and V [plus all the other scientific disciplines], that we can make sense of the proxy function. The function maps U into V and hence needs all the old objects of U as well as their new proxies in V." p. 57.46
  Partial syntheses--syntheses of groups of sciences such as physics, Chemistry and biology, or psychology and sociology--do not resolve the ontological problem. Quine implies this as follows:
  "All that is required toward a function is an open sentence with two free variables, provided that it is fulfilled by exactly one value of the first variable for each object of the old universe [one discipline] as value of the second variable [another discipline] ." Such a function is implicit throughout the System-hierarchy. It is implied, for instance, in Figure II-1. "But the point is that it is only in the background theory, with its inclusive universe, that we can hope to write such a sentence and have the right values at our disposal for its variables." p. 58.46 That is the theory of Unified Science.
  --
  The Periodic Law is so constructed that only after vast knowledge of some given kind of system's properties (say the atoms') has been amassed, can it be seen that they are a function of anything, let alone of such an elusive, subtle thing as coaction, the moral relation between the system's work component and controller.--Because of this necessary sequence of events, even the finest human beings--which almost all the scientists I know most surely are--have first to become "giants" of cognitive intellect (Lower Industrialists) while long remaining moral "dwarfs"; that is, without scientific moral orientation.
  It was Mendeleev's completion of the Periodic Law a century ago in Chemistry (and only Mendeleev intuited its cosmic or philosophical implications) which prematurely organized the physical sciences. And it will be the extension of this organization to the social and biological sciences which will complete this basically moral orientation, transmuting Koestler's "moral dwarfs" into (computer-assisted) moral giants, and giving our society's controller moral direction, and thus balance and stabilitv.
  Today, in the Seventies, hindsight reveals these things. But back in the Forties, only a few colleagues and a handful of students had the faintest notion of what had to be done. I therefore instinctively organized the first Invisible College for our time: the Council for Unified Research and Education, Inc. was founded during the Centenary celebration of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
  And what was its objective, from its beginning in 1948? We announced it visibly enough in Science: "An OSRD-like organization which may hope to succeed in advancing social (and biological) science through the stages of natural classification (J. S. Mill) and evolution theory (von Bertallanffy and Norbert Wiener), into that achieved by the physical sciences, where scientific fields are connected, and science is closely linked to philosophy and technology. The possibility of such coordination emerged with the independent discoveries of parts of the same conceptual scheme by students of plant, animal, and human coactions (as Leibniz had predicted) . . . Should this scheme prove to be a natural classification (J. S. Mill), it would create conditions for rapid coordination and advance of social science, as the Periodic Table did in Chemistry."39,40
  The announcement ended with a prediction that only a few Brooklyn College students could at that time begin to understand: "It is anticipated that the philosophical, scientific, and technological structures of Western and Eastern ideologies about conflict and cooperation will have been sufficiently clarified by then to make possible their gradual displacement by an advanced social science which is systematic, useful, and universally accepted, as physical science already is today."40
  --
  By 1954 it had become clear that C.U.R.E. had undertaken a far more difficult task than we had realized in 1948. On Harold Cassidy's advice, we then became "invisible": C.U.R.E. suspended its meetings in order to concentrate on the necessarily mental-spiritual solution of its data-theory assembly problem. We worked on it "invisibly"--as individuals and pairs and small groups--for fifteen years. And in 1969, the hundredth anniversary of Mendeleev's Periodic Table, again at a meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, we briefly summarized the results of our invisible work. You see them outlined in this book.41
  What we have done for science as a whole is at best only the sort of thing that Mendeleev did for Chemistry. We have designed a model and some parts of a machine-tool for this model's manufacture. But fortunately we have done this much in time: In 1970, in his article on "The Club of Rome and the Predicament of Mankind," the Club's president, A. Peccei, published a call for a systematic viewpoint; a project which it takes decades to execute.
  "The Club of Rome," says the Science Policy Bulletin, "comprises some 50 scientists, planners, intellectuals and industrialists from Asia, Africa, Western Europe, and North and Latin America, and is concerned with global problems of the techno-scientific (Lower Industrial) society. The `action oriented' Club of Rome `believes it is still possible . . . to meet this unprecedented tangle of problems beforc it outstrips our capacity for control.' The Club's first objective is `to acquire and spread an in-depth understanding of the present critical state of human affairs and of the narrowing and uncertain perspectives and options which are likely for the future, if present trends are not corrected. The second objective is, then, to recognize and propose new policy guidelines and patterns of action capable of redressing the situation and keeping it under control."42 Then comes the call for the leading link, the strategic factor: Peccei affirms that "the Club feels there is an urgent necessity for a `Copernican change' in attitude, to shift from a fragmented viewpoint to a systematic viewpoint."19
  --
  The Authors
  CASSIDY, Harold Gomes, born in Havana, Cuba, October 17, 1906; A.B. Oberlin College, 1930, A.M. 1932; Ph.D. (Chemistry) Yale, 1939. Member of Yale faculty, 1938-72, professor of Chemistry, 1958-72. National Sigma Xi lecturer, 1960, 1965; Ayd lecturer, 1962; Korzybski Memorial lecturer, 1962; national lecturer, Scientific Research Society of America, 1965; senior fellow in science, Center for Advanced Studies, Wesleyan University, 1965-66; Danforth visiting lecturer, Association of American Colleges Arts Program, 1968, 1971 ; Sigma Xi centennial lecturer, Ohio State University, 1970. Recipient of third John Prymak service award, Connecticut Science Teachers Association, 1968; national award for excellence in Chemistry teaching, Manufacturing Chemists Association, 1972. Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science, New York Academy of Sciences; secretary, Council for Unified Research and Education; member of New University Council. Author : (with J. English) Principles of Organic Chemistry, 1949; Absorption and Chromatography, 1951; (with J. English) Laboratory Book, 1951; Fundamentals of Chromatography, 1957; The Sciences and the Arts, 1962 ; (with K. A. Kun) Oxidation-Reduction Polymers, 1965; Knowledge, Experience and Action, 1969; Science Restated--Physics and Chemistry for the Non-Scientist, 1970; numerous articles. Associate editor, American Journal of Science, 1948-67. Address : Hanover College, Hanover, Indiana.
  CLARK, Jere Walton, born in Rex, Georgia, January 31, 1922; B.B.A. University of Georgia, 1947, M.A. 1949; Du Pont fellow, University of Virginia, 1949-51, Ph.D. (economics) 1953. Assistant professor, West Virginia University, 1952-55; associate professor, University of Chattanooga, 1955-62; professor of economics, Southern Connecticut State College, 1962- , chairman of Department of economics, 1966-70, director of Center for Interdisciplinary Creativity, 1967- . Recipient of award for best college course in economics, Calvin K. Kazanjian Economics Foundation, 1963. Chairman, task force on general systems education, Society for General Systems Research; executive director, Consortium on Systems Education, New Haven. Address : Center for Interdisciplinary Creativity, Southern Connecticut State College, New Haven, Connecticut 06515.
  --
  TYPE SPECIMENS OR PARADIGM CASES
  THE CONCEPT of type specimens or paradigm cases of theoretical constructs is commonplace in traditional astronomy, geology, biology and Chemistry. In Chemistry, pure samples of a chemical element listed in the Periodic Table of chemical elements, samples say of hydrogen or uranium, are type specimens or paradigm cases of the theoretical classes in question. In traditional biology, each species and sub-species of plants or animals listed in the taxonomic classification is keyed to one or more type specimens carefully preserved in cases, bottles, presses, and so forth, in various museums and other institutions. In astrophysics and geology, type specimens (paradigm cases of theoretical classes) are keyed to specific geoid bodies or geophysical entities.
  There is, however, a strategic difference between the chemical classification and most others: The chemical classification includes both quantitative and qualitative, both Stratum-Period and Group characteristics, while the traditional biological and geoid classifications omit the latter. This happened because the atomic Groups are classes of coaction potentialities between the atom in question and its chemical habitat (classes of so-called chemical properties), whereas traditional taxonomic classifications are confined to entities and omit their habitats. They stop short of the next necessary step, classifying the coactions between them. Since coactions are traditionally called moral relations, it is their omission that deprives these traditional disciplines of moral force; and, of course, it is their inclusion which confers upon Unified Science and its organised disciplines their moral force (see Glossary). This will become very clear when we discuss human cultures, where moral relations have long been recognised.
  --
  One culture variable, already mentioned, is the degree of value mixture and of value dominance in each culture sample at a given time. The greater the dominance of one value-premise, and the others' corresponding absence or suppression at the time in question, the more clearly and conclusively the culture can be classified. The speed and direction (jointly called velocity) of a deviant value's emergence and challenge, determines the likelihood of the culture's transmutation: of its breakdown to a lower Period, its build-up to a higher Period, or its shift to a different Group in the same Period. Toynbee has expounded important laws of transmutation in Literate cultures (Period 5).--This variable is analogous to target velocity.
  The second sighting variable, which is analogous to certain defects of the sighting mechanism, is the classifier's own mental-moral organization: his own grasp of the Periodic Law of Human Cultures. (In the history of Chemistry, this mental variable produced the decisive difference between Newland's failure with his Octaves and Mendeleev's success with his Periodic Table, as described by Posin.--A famous example of this variation in anthropology is Ruth Benedict's own change of moral insight from 1934, when she copyrighted Patterns of Culture, to 1941 when she lectured on the same subject at Bryn Mawr College. In 1934 her sighting apparatus was cultural egalitarianism, which she and many others incorrectly labeled cultural relativism. It consists in flat contradiction of the Periodic Law. She stated this unequivocally in Patterns of Culture's concluding sentence, thus: "We shall arrive then at a more realistic social faith, accepting as grounds of hope and as a new basis for tolerance the coexisting and equally valid patterns of life which mankind has created for itself from the raw materials of existence" (italics added). This flat denial of the Moral Law spread widely, and has intensified the breakdown symptoms in our culture which Toynbee called promiscuity, truancy, and drift. This is the Existentialists' disastrous way of dealing with the multiplicity of sighting mechanisms which constitutes each individual culture's and sub-culture's compass; namely, the false assertion that they are "equally valid" the abdication of responsibility of judging and assessing them relative to what Heisenberg calls a central order. (This subject is dealt with extensively in Chapter V.)
  Frank Goble points out in The Third Force that by 1941, in her Bryn Mawr lectures, "Ruth Benedict was highly dissatisfied with the concept of cultural relativity, which was popular among anthropologists of her day, and with which her name has been closely associated. She struggled to develop a way of comparing various societies as unitary wholes or, in 20th-century terms, as "systems". She tried to correct her sighting error. Unfortunately, Benedict died in 1948. A part of her objective, however, was achieved by Ethel Albert a few years later, as shown above.

5.1.02_-_Ahana, #Collected Poems, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  Mind a machine for the flickers of thought, Matter's logic unpremissed, -
  Are but a singular fireworks, Chemistry lacking the chemist,
  Matter's nervous display; the heart's passion, the sorrow and burning

Agenda_Vol_4, #The Mothers Agenda, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
  true knowledge. And when it comes to the body's equilibrium... They know anatomy, they even know a
  little (not very, very much) a little about the body's Chemistry, they know all kinds of things that the
  common man doesn't, on the strength of which they make dogmatic assertions and send you packing
  --
  there is the FULL consciousness with the FULL mastery of how to use the Force without anything
  interfering, that... it will be like a Chemistry experiment you have learned to perform correctly: you can
  repeat it at will every time it's necessary.

Agenda_Vol_5, #The Mothers Agenda, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
  body's functioning and organization with a man who thoroughly knows anatomy, biology, physical and
  bodily Chemistry - all those things thoroughly - and who UNDERSTANDS, who is ready to
  understand that all those things are a projection of other forces, subtler forces; who is able to feel things
  --
  thus constantly led to work on the meeting point between the subtle forces behind and the bodily or material mechanisms. In
  her body it is an uncommon Chemistry that takes place, the subtle elements of which she knows better than the gross ones.
  

Agenda_Vol_6, #The Mothers Agenda, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
  use the body's substance) will probably know how to turn it into something that can be used. Because
  we have grown accustomed to it, but obviously it's a sort of superChemistry that made this corporeal
  substance. We find it perfectly natural, but it hasn't always been this way - there is a long way from the

Blazing_P3_-_Explore_the_Stages_of_Postconventional_Consciousness, #unset, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  say that something in the chemical complex producing fear in the organism plays a role, but
  thats a pretty slim clue. Weve got a long, long way to go. The problem of the Chemistry of
  the brain desperately needs to be looked at from within this point of view. Thus far, we can

BOOK_II._--_PART_I._ANTHROPOGENESIS., #The Secret Doctrine, #H P Blavatsky, #Theosophy
  that the Aryans inherited their most valuable science of the hidden virtues of precious and other stones,
  of Chemistry, or rather alchemy, of mineralogy, geology, physics and astronomy.
  Several times the writer has put to herself the question: "Is the story of Exodus -- in its details at least -as narrated in the Old Testament, original? Or is it, like the story of Moses himself and many others,
  --
  the gorgeous, unparalleled tints of the stained glass that is found amid the dust of old ruins and beams
  in the windows of ancient cathedrals; and the secret of the true malleable glass? And if Chemistry is so
  little able to rival even the early mediaeval ages in some arts, why boast of achievements which,

BOOK_II._--_PART_III._ADDENDA._SCIENCE_AND_THE_SECRET_DOCTRINE_CONTRASTED, #The Secret Doctrine, #H P Blavatsky, #Theosophy
  is thus left to Occult Science to make its annotations and lodge its protests. The world is left to choose
  between the teachings of Paracelsus, the "Father of Modern Chemistry," and those of Haeckel, the
  Father of the mythical Sozura. We demand no more.

BOOK_II._--_PART_II._THE_ARCHAIC_SYMBOLISM_OF_THE_WORLD-RELIGIONS, #The Secret Doctrine, #H P Blavatsky, #Theosophy
  
  [[Vol. 2, Page]] 627 THE NUMBER SEVEN IN Chemistry.
  
  --
  unfolded by the spectroscope, although in the latter case we deal with only one octave, while both in
  music and Chemistry we find a series of seven octaves represented theoretically, of which six are fairly
  complete and in ordinary use in both sciences. Thus, to quote Hellenbach: -"It has been established that, from the standpoint of phenomenal law, upon which all our
  --
  closely allied; i.e., that they exhibit a close relationship which not only is expressed in
  the figures themselves, but also is practically confirmed in Chemistry as in music, in the
  latter of which the ear confirms the verdict of the figures. . . . . . The fact that this

BOOK_I._--_PART_I._COSMIC_EVOLUTION, #The Secret Doctrine, #H P Blavatsky, #Theosophy
  The Invisible "Lives" ... 259
  Occult Vital Chemistry and Bacteriology ... 261
  
  --
  ------Xl. ON THE ELEMENTS AND ATOMS ... 566
  Metaphysical Chemistry ... 569
  What are the Seven Planets? ... 575
  --
  All-Potential Unity ... 583
  The "Seventh" in Chemistry ... 585
  ------XIII. THE MODERN NEBULAR THEORY ... 588
  --
  *[[Para]], "beyond," outside.
  ** Each of these and many more are probably the missing links of Chemistry. They are known by other
  names in Alchemy and to the Occultists who practise in phenomenal powers. It is by combining and
  --
  * The shades of our pre-historical ancestors might return the compliment to modern physicists, now
  that new discoveries in Chemistry have led Mr. Crookes, F.R.S., to admit that Science is yet a thousand
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  [[Footnote continued from previous page]] molecule entirely homogeneous is terra incognita in
  Chemistry. "Where are we to draw the line?" he asks; "is there no way out of this perplexity? Must we
  either make the elementary examinations so stiff that only 60 or 70 candidates can pass, or must we
  --
  of substantial and invisible Beings called Angels, Elementals, etc. -- without, of course, having ever
  looked into the philosophy of these incorporeal Entities, or thought over them -- modern Chemistry,
  owing to observation and discovery, should have unconsciously been forced to adopt and recognize the
  --
  Angels is quaternary, an element being added to each in descending order. So are the atoms, adopting
  the phraseology of Chemistry, monatomic, diatomic, and tetratomic, progressing downwards. Let it be
  remembered that Fire, Water, and Air, or the "Elements of primary Creation" so-called, are not the
  --
  four lowest orders -- the higher three principles in the atom, or rather molecule or chemical element,
  being perceptible only to the initiated Dangma's eye. But then, if Chemistry desired to find itself on the
  right path, it would have to correct its tabular arrangement by that of the Occultists -- which it may
  --
  
  [[Vol. 1, Page]] 261 THE OCCULT Chemistry.
  
  --
  So far, as regards the purely animal and material portion of man, Science is on its way to discoveries
  that will go far towards corroborating this theory. Chemistry and physiology are the two great
  magicians of the future, who are destined to open the eyes of mankind to the great physical truths.
  --
  According to the Hermetico-Kabalistic philosophy of Paracelsus, it is Yliaster -- the ancestor of the
  just-born Protyle, introduced by Mr. Crookes in Chemistry -- or primordial Protomateria that evolved
  out of itself the Kosmos.

BOOK_I._--_PART_III._SCIENCE_AND_THE_SECRET_DOCTRINE_CONTRASTED, #The Secret Doctrine, #H P Blavatsky, #Theosophy
  same element or agent, it cannot have one set of properties in physics, and another set
  contradictory of them, in Chemistry. If the physicist and chemist alike assume the
  existence of ultimate atoms absolutely invariable in bulk and weight, the atom cannot
  --
  themselves.
  The existence of Ether is accepted by physical astronomy, in ordinary physics, and in Chemistry.
  Astronomers, who first began by regarding it as a fluid of extreme tenuity and mobility, offering no
  --
  quite subversive of a number of well-ascertained facts, Hirn's charges being thus justified (vide
  supra). Chemistry deemed it impossible to concede enormous elasticity to the ether without depriving
  it of other properties, upon the assumption of which the construction of its modern theories depended.
  --
  But such attention was never called to the said passages before Nov. 28, 1881, when Dr. Hunt read his
  "Celestial Chemistry, from the time of Newton." "Till then the idea was universal, even among the men
  of Science, that Newton had, while advocating the corpuscular theory, preached a void," as Le
  --
  of the very foundations of the mechanical theory, the whole modern Science of
  Chemistry is based upon a principle directly subversive of it -- a principle of which it has
  recently been said that 'it holds the same place in Chemistry that the law of gravitation
  does in astronomy.'*** This principle is known as the law of Avogadro or
  Ampere."****
  This shows that either modern Chemistry or modern physics is entirely wrong in its respective
  fundamental principles. For if the assumption of atoms of different specific gravities on the basis of
  the atomic theory in physics is deemed absurd, and Chemistry meets, nevertheless, on its opposite basis
  (in the question of the formation and transformation of chemical compounds) with "unfailing
  --
  ** Loc. cit.
  *** J. P. Cooke, The New Chemistry, p. 13.
  **** "It imports that equal volumes of all substances, when in the gaseous state, and under like
  --
  are of different weights" (Concepts of Modern Physics, p. 34). As shown further on in the same
  volume, this cardinal principle of modern theoretical Chemistry is in utter and irreconcilable conflict
  with the first proposition of the atomo-mechanical theory -- namely, the absolute equality of the
  --
  And further:
  "Chemistry in its ultimate form must be atomic mechanics." (Nazesmann, "Thermochemie," p. 150.)
  And a moment after he is told that:
  --
  Therefore, although, in its knowledge of the ultimate constitution of matter, or in the so-called ultimate
  analysis as opposed to the proximate in Chemistry, occult science may be less well-informed as to the
  behaviour of compound elements in various cases of physical correlations: still, it is immeasurably
  --
  of matter, a vapour filling every part -- and even stored in some parts; a matter
  constantly renewed by the vital Chemistry; a matter as easily disposed of as the breath,
  after it has served its purpose -- a new flood of light breaks on the Intelligence ." . . . .
  --
  simple elements of oxygen and hydrogen, many other constituents, undreamt of by our terrestrial
  modern Chemistry. As in the realm of matter, so in the realm of Spirit, the shadow of that which is
  cognized on the plane of objectivity exists on that of pure subjectivity. The speck of the perfectly
  --
  ever since the day of Newton, to put false masks on fact and truth. But their task is becoming with
  every year more difficult; and with every year also, Chemistry, above all the other sciences,
  approaches nearer and nearer the realm of the Occult in nature. It is assimilating the very truths taught
  --
  Permit me, gentlemen, now to draw your attention for a short time to a subject which
  concerns the fundamental principles of Chemistry, a subject which may lead us to admit
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  [[Vol. 1, Page]] 547 OCCULT Chemistry.
  
  --
  differences which, however imperceptible, still show that none of them are simple bodies, and that the
  60 or 70 elements accepted in Chemistry, can no longer cover the ground. Their name, apparently, is
  legion, but as the so-called "periodic theory" stands in the way of an unlimited multiplication of
  --
  By a strong and curious coincidence even our "septenary" doctrine seems to force the hand of Science.
  If we understand rightly, Chemistry speaks of fourteen groupings of primitive atoms -- lithium,
  beryllium, boron, carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, fluorine, sodium, magnesium, aluminium, silicon,
  --
  sent his symbol in drops of rain, of water composed, as is believed, of two "elements," which
  Chemistry dissociates and recombines. The compound molecules are in its power, but their atoms still
  elude its grasp. Occultism sees in all these Forces and manifestations a ladder, the lower rungs of
  --
  For Sound generates, or rather attracts together, the elements that produce an ozone, the fabrication of
  which is beyond Chemistry, but within the limits of Alchemy. It may even resurrect a man or an
  animal whose astral "vital body" has not been irreparably separated from the physical body by the
  --
  
  [[Vol. 1, Page]] 567 METAPHYSICAL Chemistry.
  
  --
  * "Timaeus."
  ** Modern Chemistry.
  
  --
  
  occult, truth, and it is the youngest of all -- Chemistry, as it now stands reformed. There is no other, not
  excluding astronomy, that can so unerringly guide scientific intuition, as Chemistry can. Two proofs of
  it are to be found in the world of Science -- two great chemists, each among the greatest in his own
  --
  chromosphere of the Sun -- the helium. Occult Science adds that not one of the elements regarded by
  Chemistry as such really deserves the name.
  Again we find Mr. Crookes speaking with approbation of "Dr. Carnelly's weighty argument in favour
  --
  to closer bonds; and even fluorine, that
  [[Footnote(s)]] ------------------------------------------------* Says Mr. Crookes in the same address: "The first riddle which we encounter in Chemistry is: 'What
  are the elements?' Of the attempts hitherto made to define or explain an element, none satisfy the
  --
  
  [[Vol. 1, Page]] 585 THE "SEVENTH" IN Chemistry.
  
  --
  weighs in favour of this speculation."
  Thus inductive Science, in its Branches of Astronomy, Physics, and Chemistry, while advancing
  timidly towards the conquest of Nature's secrets in her final effects on our terrestrial plane, recedes to
  --
  direction in which the properties of the series of elements vary with rising atomic weights.
  Now, the writer humbly confesses complete ignorance of modern Chemistry and its mysteries. But she
  is pretty well acquainted with the Occult doctrine with regard to correspondences of types and
  --
  method of illustrating the periodic law in the behaviour of elements, whether or not still a hypothesis
  in Chemistry, is a law in Occult Sciences. Every well-read Occultist knows that the seventh and fourth
  members -- whether in a septenary chain of worlds, the septenary hierarchy of angels, or in the
  --
  to "helium," perhaps, or some yet unknown stuff? This does not clash with the occult teachings. And
  this is the problem that Chemistry is trying to solve; and it must succeed sooner or later in the task,
  accepting nolens volens, when it does, the esoteric teaching. But when this does happen, it will kill the
  --
  filiation differently -- because astronomy has not one single physical datum to show for it. Astronomy
  could anticipate Chemistry in proving the existence of the fact, if it could show a planetary nebula
  exhibiting a spectrum of three or four bright lines, gradually condensing and transforming into a star,
  --
  we find Mr. H. J. Slack, F.C.S., Sec. R.M.S., saying: "There is an evident convergence of all sciences,
  from physics to Chemistry and physiology, toward some doctrine of evolution and development, of
  which the facts of Darwinism will form part, but what ultimate aspect this doctrine will take, there is
  --
  simple logical and analogical considerations. Physical Science having now ascertained, through its
  department of Chemistry, the invariable law of this evolution of atoms -- from their "protylean" state
  down to that of a physical and then a chemical particle (or molecule) -- cannot well reject the same as a
  --
  
  [[Vol. 1, Page]] 621 THE Chemistry OF THE FUTURE.
  
  examining the lecture delivered by Professor Crookes a short time ago upon the so-called elements of
  modern Chemistry. This lecture will give you some idea of the way in which these Elements spring
  from Vishwanara,* the most objective of these three principles, which seems to stand in the place of
  --
  of primeval evolution. It is, indeed, as near an approach, made by a great scholar and specialist in
  Chemistry,*** to the Secret Doctrine, as could be made apart from the application of the monads and
  atoms to the dogmas of pure transcendental metaphysics, and their connection and correlation with
  "Gods and intelligent Conscious Monads." But Chemistry is now on its ascending plane, thanks to one
  of its highest European representatives. It is impossible for it to go back to that day when materialism
  --
  name of elements, behind and beyond which there could be nought but void, a great professor of
  Chemistry asks once more: "What are these elements, whence do they come, what is their
  signification? . . . . These elements perplex us in our researches, baffle us in our speculations, and
  --
  conviction that 'the chemical atoms are produced from the true or physical atoms by processes of
  evolution under conditions which Chemistry has not yet been able to produce.' . . . "And the poet has
  forestalled the philosopher. Milton ('Paradise Lost,' Book V.) makes the Archangel Raphael say to
  --
  subsistence by itself, but gives figure and form unto shapeless matter, and becomes the cause of the
  manifestation." (De Placit. Philos.) The revolution produced in old Chemistry by Avogadro was the
  first page in the Volume of New Chemistry. Mr. Crookes has now turned the second page, and is
  boldly pointing to what may be the last. For once protyle accepted and recognized -- as invisible Ether
  was, both being logical and scientific necessities -- Chemistry will have virtually ceased to live: it will
  reappear in its reincarnation as New Alchemy, or METAChemistry. The discoverer of
  

BOOK_I._--_PART_II._THE_EVOLUTION_OF_SYMBOLISM_IN_ITS_APPROXIMATE_ORDER, #The Secret Doctrine, #H P Blavatsky, #Theosophy
  manifested yet, and its noumenon is still "the Omnipotent Father -- AEther, the synthesis of the rest."
  But what are these "ELEMENTS" whose compound bodies have now been discovered by Chemistry
  and Physics to contain numberless sub-elements, even the sixty or seventy of which no longer

BS_1_-_Introduction_to_the_Idea_of_God, #unset, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  
  I think part of the reason that Islam has its back up with regards to the West, to such a degreetheres many reasons, and not all of them are validis that, being still grounded in a dream, they can see that the rootless, questioning mind of the West poses a tremendous danger to the integrity of their culture, and it does. Westerners, uswe undermine ourselves all the time with our searching intellect. Im not complaining about that. There isnt anything easy that can be done about it. But its still a sort of fruitful catastrophe, and it has real effects on peoples lives. Its not some abstract thing. Lots of times when Ive been treating people with depression, for example, or anxiety, they have existential issues. Its not just some psychiatric condition. Its not just that theyre tapped off of normal because their brain Chemistry is faultyalthough, sometimes that happens to be the case. Its that they are overwhelmed by the suffering and complexity of their life, and theyre not sure why its reasonable to continue with it. They can feel the terrible, negative meanings of life, but they are sceptical beyond belief about any of the positive meanings of it.
  

Evening_Talks_With_Sri_Aurobindo, #Talks With Sri Aurobindo, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  
  Disciple: That may be possible in Life manifested in Matter but in the pure Matter, in the domain of Chemistry and Physics?
  

Liber_111_-_The_Book_of_Wisdom_-_LIBER_ALEPH_VEL_CXI, #unset, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
   Idleness. Know first that conscious Thought is but phenomenal, the
   Noise of thy Machine. Now Chemistry, or Al-Chem-y meaneth the Egyptian
   Science, and the true Magick of Egypt hath this for its Foundation. We

Maps_of_Meaning_text, #Maps of Meaning, #Jordan Peterson, #Psychology
  consequence of the analysis of alchemy, which Jung made his lifes work. Alchemy considered most
  generally as the precursor of modern Chemistry was in fact a twenty-centuries-long endeavour to
  understand the transformations of matter. The alchemical matter, however, was not the matter of
  --
  Franz who provided a cogent summary of Jungs complex alchemical ideas states:
  If you read the history of the development of Chemistry and particularly of physics, you will see that
  even... exact natural sciences [such as Chemistry and physics] could not, and still cannot, avoid basing
  their thought systems on certain hypotheses. In classical physics, up to the end of the 18th century, one
  --
  transformation into the state of gold. The lapis philosophorum was means to that end. Man leads nature
  not least by example. This extension of the theories of sympathetic magic to the domain of Chemistry
  meant that alchemy became increasingly rife with (primarily imagistic) speculation regarding the nature of
  --
  keenness for research, were in fact on a hopeful path since the fruit that alchemy bore after centuries of
  endeavor was Chemistry and its staggering discoveries. The emotional dynamism of alchemy is largely
  explained by a premonition of these then unheard-of-possibilities. However barren of useful or even
  --
  Mowrer, O.H. (1960). Learning theory and behavior. New York: Wiley.
  Multhauf, Robert P. (1967). The origins of Chemistry. London: Oldbourne.
  Nader, A., McNally, R.J., & Wiegartz, P.S. (1996). Implicit memory bias for threat in posttraumatic stress

MoM_References, #unset, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  
  Multhauf, Robert P. (1967). The origins of Chemistry. London: Oldbourne.
  

Talks_With_Sri_Aurobindo_1, #unset, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  prehistoric animals? Where are they?
  DR. MANILAL: They must be somewhere. (Laughter) It is as in Chemistry: in
  some form they exist somewhere. According to science, nothing can be lost.

The_Act_of_Creation_text, #The Act of Creation, #Arthur Koestler, #Psychology
  logical origins of mental creativity when we are still unable to define
  the Chemistry of a simple muscle twitch. But often in the history of
  ideas we find two opposite methods at work: the 'downward* approach
  --
  assumption that complex matter consisted of atomic parts, whatever
  they are, physics and Chemistry could not have evolved.
  
  --
  experience'. One gradient, for instance, leads from the so-called exact
  sciences like Chemistry through bioChemistry to biology, then through
  medicine which is, alas, a much less exact science to psychology,
  --
  between man's spiritual aspirations and his all-too-solid flesh subject
  to the laws of physics and Chemistry. The practical joker and the clown
  specialize in tricks which exploit the mechanical forces of gravity and
  --
  texture. As a last example in this chapter I shall quote the dramatic case
  of Friedrich August von Kekule, Professor of Chemistry in Ghent,
  who, one afternoon in 1865, fell asleep and dreamt what was probably
  --
  which has been called 'the most brilliant piece of prediction to be
  found in the whole range of organic Chemistry' and which, in fact, is
  one of the cornerstones of modern science. Put in a somewhat
  --
  medicine is full of obvious and distressing examples of this. In physics
  and Chemistry too, the best we can do by so-called 'crucial experiments'
  is to confirm a prediction but not the theory on which the prediction
  --
  of magnetism.* Then electro-magnetic radiations were discovered to
  account for light, colour, radiant heat, Hertzian waves. Chemistry was
  swallowed up by atomic physics. The control of the body by nerves and
  --
  universe always remained the same. Soon afterwards, the various
  forms of matter, the 'elements' of Chemistry, suffered the same fate,
  as they were all found to be constructed out of the same building blocks
  --
  will then start asking a new type of question. One branch after another
  of Chemistry, physics, and cosmology has merged in the majestic river
  as it approaches the estuary to be swallowed up by the ocean, lose
  --
  pedantic and desiccated as papers in a technical journal for applied
  Chemistry.) Needless to say, technical communications addressed to
  specialists must employ technical language; but even here the over-
  --
  parts, as it were. The 'irreducible, elementary particle' has turned out
  to be a will-o'-the-wisp, even in inorganic Chemistry; in the organism,
  the firing of a single nerve-cell turns out to be not an event, but a
  --
  are activated by chemical agencies diffused in their immediate environ-
  ment. Although the Chemistry of induction is still a ^problematic
  affair, it seems safe to assume, as Mittasch has pointed out, that 'organic
  --
  it adaptation of a special kind, on the organism's own terms; after all,
  the perfect adaptation of an organism to the temperature and Chemistry
  of the environment is to die. In fact, the animal does not merely adapt
  --
  empirically 'as the gypsy learns to fiddle'. But the rules which govern
  more advanced symbolic skills mathematics or Chemistry, or Law
  are learned in explicit verbal form. They may be acquired by rote-
  --
  simplification), and so forth, to the special rules of such special games as
  vector-analysis or bio-Chemistry. But even these very special and com-
  plex skills can be practised by sheer routine; and vice versa some of
  --
  of achievement. Historically speaking, the frames of reference of
  magnetism and electricity, of physics and Chemistry, of corpuscles and
  
  --
  In the domain of inanimate matter, the Voltaic battery, inspired by
  Galvani's frogs, led to a parallel synthesis of electricity and Chemistry.
  The battery gave the experimenters for the first time ample supplies
  --
  cessive confluences into a vast river-delta, of electricity, magnetism,
  light, heat, and other electro-magnetic radiations; of Chemistry, bio-
  Chemistry, and atomic physics. This development was, as we have seen
  
  --
  had to get 'up to his neck in beet-juice'. He had been appointed Pro-
  fessor of Chemistry in Lille; and no sooner was he installed than
  Monsieur Bigo, an industrialist engaged in the production of alcohol
  --
  Farrington, B., Greek Science. London: Pelican Books, 1953.
  Findlay, A., A Hundred Years of Chemistry. London: Duckworth, 1948 (2nd ed.).
  Fischberg, M. and Blackler, A. W., in Scientific American, September 1961, pp.

The_Coming_Race_Contents, #The Coming Race, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
  tion too dissolves. But it is a huge and complex subject.
  You cannot learn the whole of Chemistry in one hour.
  
  --
  the power to handle them. It is a science, altogether a
  science. I always compare occultism with Chemistry or
  physics; for occult "knowledge is very much like scienti-
  --
  mistry; and even you should concentrate upon only one
  problem or thesis in philosophy or Chemistry. In sports
  you are asked to do the same. Choose one item and fix

The_Golden_Bough, #unset, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  investigating the causal sequences in nature, directly prepares the
  way for science. Alchemy leads up to Chemistry.
  

The_Logomachy_of_Zos, #unset, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  of unknown mediators who permit, or not, our acts by the mysterious
  Chemistry of our believing.
  h

youtube, #A Garden of Pomegranates - An Outline of the Qabalah, #Israel Regardie, #Occultism
  
  When planning to visit a foreign country, the wise traveler will first familiarize himself with its language. In studying music, Chemistry or calculus, a specific terminology is essential to the understanding of each subject. So a new set of symbols is necessary when undertaking a study of the Universe, whether within or without. The Qabalah provides such a set in unexcelled fashion.
  

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