classes ::: Offering, injunction, noun, verb, temp,
children :::
branches ::: experiments, thought experiments
see also ::: 2.06_-_The_Wand, accomplishments, APPENDIX, goals, injunctions, magical_ritual, offering, rules, spells, the_Book, the_Record, the_way, todo?

Instances - Classes - See Also - Object in Names
Definitions - Quotes - Chapters


object:experiments
object:challenges
object:trials
class:Offering
object:quests
object:rituals
object:XPRM
vow, pledges, oath, promise?, injunctions (large)

--- NOTES
  A very worthy experiment is one canto of Savitri a day for a month (ahh it has 50 cantos... some days will need to be doubles..)

  Okay then Savitri in 50 days. On a big paper on the wall. If I pray for the strength to do it aswell.

  meta : the purpose of experiments? to find proofs?
  experiments: tests of capacity of imagination
    imagined conversations

  experiments of prayer.

POTENTIAL
  49 ::: a canto a day of Savitri until completion
  30 days of mem_player.sh
  30 days of Savitri
  30 days of cwsa/mcw
  30 days of prayer
  extended periods of soberiety
  extended periods of rejection
  10 minutes of only Psychic approved action
  read at least 1 page of Savitri per waking hour

TYPES (BY ATT, BY INJ)
  psychological experiment
  thought experiment(related to questions)
  willpower experiments
  trials
  magicial experiments
  drug experiments
  time experiments
  life experiments
  science experiments
  meditation based    

--- UNFINISHED OATHS
  90 days of no fap (only made it to 87)
  
--- PAST EXPERIMENTS
  1000 pushups in a day
  90 days no fap

--- QUOTES
  Don't be too timid and squeamish about your actions. All life is an experiment. The more experiments you make the better. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson


--- POTENTIAL QUESTS / CHALLENGES
  The Pacific Crest Trail is a 2,663 mile footpath from Mexico to Canada by way of California, Oregon, and Washington. It passes through 25 national forests and 7 national parks.
  
  list 50 good books ::: how many good books have I read the majority of? what is that number at? Considering the size of peoples references and indexes.. you would think they have read easily 50-200+ books. I really dont think ive read that many.. what does my goodreads say? 78.. hmm. still. 50 great books then? obviously 132 will aid greatly.

see also ::: magical ritual, rules
see also ::: goals,
see also ::: offering, todo?, injunctions, the way, 2.06 - The Wand, accomplishments, the Book, the Record,
see also ::: APPENDIX, spells

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--- SEE ALSO


--- SIMILAR TITLES [2]


1954-03-03 - Occultism - A French scientists experiment
experiment of God
experiments
Serial Experiments Lain
thought experiments
select ::: Being, God, injunctions, media, place, powers, subjects,
favorite ::: cwsa, everyday, grade, mcw, memcards (table), project, project 0001, Savitri, the Temple of Sages, three js, whiteboard,
temp ::: consecration, experiments, knowledge, meditation, psychometrics, remember, responsibility, temp, the Bad, the God object, the Good, the most important, the Ring, the source of inspirations, the Stack, the Tarot, the Word, top priority, whiteboard,

--- DICTIONARIES (in Dictionaries, in Quotes, in Chapters)


experiment ::: n. **1. A test, trial, or tentative procedure; an act or operation for the purpose of discovering something unknown or of testing a principle, supposition, etc. v. 2.* To try something new, especially in order to gain experience. experiments. adj.* experimenting. :::

experimental ::: a. --> Pertaining to experiment; founded on, or derived from, experiment or trial; as, experimental science; given to, or skilled in, experiment; as, an experimental philosopher.
Known by, or derived from, experience; as, experimental religion.

experimentalize ::: v. i. --> To make experiments (upon); to experiment.

experimentally ::: adv. --> By experiment; by experience or trial.

experimentarian ::: a. --> Relying on experiment or experience. ::: n. --> One who relies on experiment or experience.

experimentation ::: n. --> The act of experimenting; practice by experiment.

experimentative ::: a. --> Experimental; of the nature of experiment.

experimentator ::: n. --> An experimenter.

experimented ::: imp. & p. p. --> of Experiment

experimenter ::: n. --> One who makes experiments; one skilled in experiments.

experiment ::: n. --> Atrial or special observation, made to confirm or disprove something doubtful; esp., one under conditions determined by the experimenter; an act or operation undertaken in order to discover some unknown principle or effect, or to test, establish, or illustrate some suggest or known truth; practical test; poof.
Experience. ::: v. t.

experimentist ::: n. --> An experimenter.

Experimental Group ::: In research, the group of subjects who receive the independent variable.



Experimental Method ::: Research method using random assignment of subjects and the manipulation of variables in order to determine cause and effect.



Experimenter Bias ::: Errors in a research study due to the predisposed notions or beliefs of the experimenter.



Experiment: (Lat. experiri, to try) Any situation which is deliberately set up by an investigator with a view to verifying a theory or hypothesis. -- A.C.B.

Experimental Psychology: (1) Experimental psychology in the widest sense is the application to psychology of the experimental methods evolved by the natural sciences. In this sense virtually the whole of contemporary psychology is experimental. The experimental method consists essentially in the prearrangement and control of conditions in such a way as to isolate specific variables. In psychology, the complexity of subject matter is such that direct isolation of variables is impossible and various indirect methods are resorted to. Thus an experiment will be repeated on the same subjects with all conditions remaining constant except the one variable whose influence is being tested and which is varied systematically by the experimenter. This procedure yields control data within a single group of subjects. If repetition of the experiment with the same group introduces additional uncontrolled variables, an equated control group is employed. Systematic rotation of variables among several groups of subjects may also be resorted to. In general, however, psychologists have designed their experiments in accordance with what has frequently been called the "principle of the one variable."

Experimentalism: Since Dewey holds that "experimentation enters into the determination of every warranted proposition" (Logic, p. 461), he tends to view the process of inquiry as experimentation. Causal propositions, for example, become prospective, heuristic, teleological; not retrospective, revelatory or ontological. Laws are predictions of future occurrences provided certain operations are carried out. Experimentalism, however, is sometimes interpreted in the wider Baconian sense as an admonition to submit ideas to tests, whatever these may be. If this is done, pseudo-problems (such as common epistemological questions) either evaporate or are quickly resolved.

eXperimental LISP
(xlisp) An experimental programming language
combining a subset of {Common Lisp} with an {object-oriented}
extension capability (Class and Object types). It was
implemented by David Micheal Betz at Apple to allow
experimentation with {object-oriented programming} on small
computers. The {C} {source code} has been ported to {Unix},
{Microsoft Windows}, {Macintosh}, {Amiga}, {Atari}, and
{MS-DOS}.
Version 2.1 of the {interpreter}, by Tom Almy is closer to
Common Lisp.
{(ftp://wasp.eng.ufl.edu/)}, {(ftp://cs.orst.edu/)},
{(ftp://glia.biostr.washington.edu/)}.
E-mail: Tom Almy .
{Microsoft Windows version
(ftp://ftp.cica.indiana.edu/util/wxlslib.zip)}.
{Macintosh version (ftp://netcom.com/pub/bskendig/)}.
{Usenet} newsgroup: {news:comp.lang.lisp.x}.
(2000-08-14)

Experimental Physics Control Systems
(EPCS) A group of the European Physical Society,
focussing on all aspects of controls, especially
{informatics}, in experimental physics, including accelerators
and experiments.
(1994-12-12)

Experimental Programming Language
(EPL) A language by {David May} which influenced
{occam}.
["EPL: An Experimental Language for Distributed Computing",
D.C. May, in Trends and Applications 1978: Distributed
Processing, NBS, pp.69-71].
(1994-11-18)

Experiment Description Language
(EDL) J.S. Jenkins.
["A Programmable System for Acquisition and Reduction of
Respiratory Physiological Data", J.S. Jenkins et al, Ann
Biomed Eng, 17:93-108 1989].
(2007-07-11)

experimental ::: a. --> Pertaining to experiment; founded on, or derived from, experiment or trial; as, experimental science; given to, or skilled in, experiment; as, an experimental philosopher.
Known by, or derived from, experience; as, experimental religion.

experimentalize ::: v. i. --> To make experiments (upon); to experiment.

experimentally ::: adv. --> By experiment; by experience or trial.

experimentarian ::: a. --> Relying on experiment or experience. ::: n. --> One who relies on experiment or experience.

experimentation ::: n. --> The act of experimenting; practice by experiment.

experimentative ::: a. --> Experimental; of the nature of experiment.

experimentator ::: n. --> An experimenter.

experimented ::: imp. & p. p. --> of Experiment

experimenter ::: n. --> One who makes experiments; one skilled in experiments.

experiment ::: n. --> Atrial or special observation, made to confirm or disprove something doubtful; esp., one under conditions determined by the experimenter; an act or operation undertaken in order to discover some unknown principle or effect, or to test, establish, or illustrate some suggest or known truth; practical test; poof.
Experience. ::: v. t.

experimentist ::: n. --> An experimenter.

eXperimental LISP ::: (language) (xlisp) An experimental programming language combining a subset of Common Lisp with an object-oriented extension capability (Class and source code has been ported to Unix, Microsoft Windows, Macintosh, Amiga, Atari, and MS-DOS.Version 2.1 of the interpreter, by Tom Almy is closer to Common Lisp.Latest version: 2.1, as of 1992-05-26. , .E-mail: Tom Almy . . .Usenet newsgroup: comp.lang.lisp.x.(2000-08-14)

Experimental Physics Control Systems ::: (EPCS) A group of the European Physical Society, focussing on all aspects of controls, especially informatics, in experimental physics, including accelerators and experiments. (1994-12-12)

Experimental Programming Language ::: (EPL) A language by David May which influenced occam.[EPL: An Experimental Language for Distributed Computing, D.C. May, in Trends and Applications 1978: Distributed Processing, NBS, pp.69-71]. (1994-11-18)

experiment: A controlled process for making observations and gathering data.

experiment: a test under controlled conditions made to either demonstrate a known truth, examine the validity of a hypothesis, or determine the efficacy of something previously untried.

experimental methods: systematically manipulate the independent variable to determine the effect upon the dependent variable. Extraneous variables that may influence the outcome of the experiment are rigorously controlled.

experimental group: participants in an experiment who receive the independent variable. The control group serves as a comparison group.

experimental psychology: is a field of psychology that typically involves laboratory research in basic areas of the discipline.

experimenter effects: when an experimenters behavior or characteristics influence participants, through subtle cues or signals, that can affect the performance or response of subjects in the experiment.

experiment ::: n. **1. A test, trial, or tentative procedure; an act or operation for the purpose of discovering something unknown or of testing a principle, supposition, etc. v. 2.* To try something new, especially in order to gain experience. experiments. adj.* experimenting. :::

experimentalism ::: A philosophy that uses data obtained from experiments in order to ascertain the integrity of an idea or proposed concept.


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1:The true method of knowledge is experiment. ~ William Blake,
2:Jesus wouldn't be caught dead in your church. ~ Saul Williams, Experiment ,
3:Experiences are the chemicals of life with which the philosopher experiments. ~ Manly P Hall,
4:Don't be too timid and squeamish about your actions. All life is an experiment. The more experiments you make the better. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson,
5:Life now became a sure approach to God,Existence a divine experimentAnd cosmos the soul’s opportunity. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Savitri The Yoga of the King,
6:If you treat your children at home in the same way you treat your animals in the lab, your wife will scratch your eyes out. My wife ferociously warned me against experimenting on her babies. ~ Abraham Maslow,
7:The grand workshop of spiritual experiment, the laboratory of the soul has been India, where thousands of great spirits have been born in every generation. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Bande Mataram - II Spirituality and Nationalism,
8:The firm determination to submit to experiment is not enough; there are still dangerous hypotheses; first, and above all, those which are tacit and unconscious. Since we make them without knowing it, we are powerless to abandon them. (417) ~ Henri Poincare,
9:In roughly the last century, important experiments have been launched by such charismatic educators as Maria Montessori, Rudolf Steiner, Shinichi Suzuki, John Dewey, and A. S. Neil. These approaches have enjoyed considerable success[...] Yet they have had relatively little impact on the mainstream of education throughout the contemporary world. ~ Howard Gardner,
10:Insofar as he makes use of his healthy senses, man himself is the best and most exact scientific instrument possible. The greatest misfortune of modern physics is that its experiments have been set apart from man, as it were, physics refuses to recognize nature in anything not shown by artificial instruments, and even uses this as a measure of its accomplishments. ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe,
11:Any physical theory is always provisional, in the sense that it is only a hypothesis; you can never prove it. No matter how many times the results of experiments agree with some theory, you can never be sure that the next time the result will not contradict the theory. On the other hand, you can disprove a theory by finding even a single observation that disagrees with the predictions of the theory. ~ Stephen Hawking,
12:Many experiments have shown that categories appear to be coded in the mind neither by means of lists of each individual member of the category, nor by means of a list of formal criteria necessary and sufficient for category membership, but, rather, in terms of a prototype of a typical category member. The most cognitively economical code for a category is, in fact, a concrete image of an average category member. ~ Rosch, 1977 p. 30,
13:Humans are great experimenters, constantly exploring, searching, and struggling to gain power over themselves, over nature, even over the gods. Through this entire struggle and self-torture, we have also made ourselves "sick," and it is no wonder that we find the ascetic ideal springing up everywhere. Though it may seem to deny life, the ascetic ideal is supremely life affirming, as it says "yes" to life in the face of hardship and sickness. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche, Genealogy of Morals ,
14:nabla9 on July 15, 2018 [-] \n\nCommon Lisp as hackish vs protective is nice way to describe it.\n\nAnother way to describe it exploratory vs implementatory.\n\nIn some ways Common Lisp is like Mathematica for programming. It's a language for a computer architect to develop and explore high level concept. It's not a accident that early Javascript prototype was done in common lisp or that metaobject protocols, aspect-oriented programming, etc. were first implemented and experimented with Common Lisp. ~ site, https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=17533341 ,
15:Laughter has the remarkable power of making an object come up close, of drawing it into a zone of crude contact where one can finger it familiarly on all sides, turn it upside down, inside out, peer at it from above and below, break open its external shell, look into its center, doubt it, take it apart, dismember it, lay it bare and expose it, examine it freely and experiment with it. Laughter demolishes fear and piety before an object, before a world, making of it an object of familiar contact and thus clearing the ground for an absolutely free investigation of it. Laughter is a vital factor in laying down that prerequisite for fearlessness without which it would be impossible to approach the world realistically. ~ Mikhail Bakhtin,
16:At her will the inscrutable Supermind leans downTo guide her force that feels but cannot know,Its breath of power controls her restless seasAnd life obeys the governing Idea.At her will, led by a luminous ImmanenceThe hazardous experimenting MindPushes its way through obscure possiblesMid chance formations of an unknowing world.Our human ignorance moves towards the TruthThat Nescience may become omniscient,Transmuted instincts shape to divine thoughts,Thoughts house infallible immortal sightAnd Nature climb towards God's identity.The Master of the worlds self-made her slaveIs the executor of her fantasies:She has canalised the seas of omnipotence;She has limited by her laws the Illimitable. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Savitri 02.03 - The Glory and the Fall of Life,
17:There is a way to escape the inference of superluminal speeds and spooky action at a distance. But it involves absolutedeterminism in the universe, the complete absence of free will. Suppose the world is super-deterministic, with not just inanimate nature running on behind-the-scenes clockwork, but with our behavior, including our belief that we are free to choose to do one experiment rather than another, absolutely predetermined, including the 'decision' by the experimenter to carry out one set of measurements rather than another, the difficulty disappears. There is no need for a faster-than-light signal to tell particle Awhat measurement has been carried out on particle B, because the universe, including particle A, already 'knows' what that measurement, and its outcome, will be. ~ John Stewart Bell, 1985 BBC Radio Interview ,
18:The most spiritual men, as the strongest, find their happiness where others would find their downfall: in the labyrinth, in hardness towards oneself and others, in experiment; their delight lies in self-mastery: asceticism is with them nature, need, instinct. The difficult task they consider a privilege; to play with burdens that crush others, a recreation... Knowledge - a form of asceticism. - They are the most venerable kind of man: that does not exclude their being the cheerfullest, the kindliest. They rule not because they want to but because they are; they are not free to be second. - The second type: they are the guardians of the law, the keepers of order and security; they are the noble warriors, with the king above all as the highest formula of warrior, judge, and upholder of the law. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche, The Antichrist ,
19:Ask the Divine ::: If, for example, one wants to know something or one needs guidance, or something else, how can one have it from the Divine, according to one's need?By asking the Divine for it. If you do not ask Him, how can you have it? If you turn to the Divine and have full trust and ask Him, you will get what you need - not necessarily what you imagine you need; but the true thing you need, you will get. But you must ask Him for it. You must make the experiment sincerely; you must not endeavour to get it by all sorts of external means and then expect the Divine to give it to you, without even having asked Him. Indeed, when you want somebody to give you something, you ask him for it, don't you? And why do you expect the Divine to give it to you without your having asked Him for it? ~ The Mother,
20:Every human acheivement, be it a scientific discovery, a picture, a statue, a temple, a home or a bridge, has to be conceived in the mind first-the plan thought out-before it can be made a reality, and when anything is to be attempted that involves any number of individuals-methods of coordination have to be considered-the methods have to be the best suited for such undertakings are engineering methods-the engineering of an idea towards a complete realization. Every engineer has to know the materials with which he has to work and the natural laws of these materials, as discovered by observation and experiment and formulated by mathematics and mechanics else he can not calculate the forces at his disposal; he can not compute the resistance of his materials; he can not determine the capacity and requirements of his power plant; in short, he can not make the most profitable use of his resources. ~ Alfred Korzybski, Manhood of Humanity ,
21:Mother, how can one strengthen one's will?Oh, as one strengthens muscles, by a methodical exercise. You take one little thing, something you want to do or dont want to do. Begin with a small thing, not something very essential to the being, but a small detail. And then, if, for instance, it is something you are in the habit of doing,you insist on it with the same regularity, you see, either not to do it or to do it - you insist on it and compel yourself to do it as you compel yourself to life a weight - its the same thing. You make the same kind of effort, but it is more of an inner effort. And after having taken little things like this - things relatively easy, you know - after taking these and succeeding with them, you can unite with a greater force and try a more complicated experiment. And gradually, if you do this regularly, you will end up by acquiring an independent and very strong will. ~ The Mother, Questions And Answers 1954 391,
22:The alchemist of today is not hidden in caves and cellars, studying alone, but as he goes on with his work, it is seen that walls are built around him, and while he is in the world, like the master of old, he is not of it. As he goes further in his work, the light of other people's advice and outside help grows weaker and weaker, until finally he stands alone in darkness, and then comes the time that he must use his own lamp, and the various experiments which he has carried on must be his guide. He must take the Elixir of Life which he has developed and with it fill the lamp of his spiritual consciousness, and holding that above his head, walk into the Great Unknown, where if he has been a good and faithful servant, he will learn of the alchemy of Divinity. Where now test tubes and bottles are his implements, then worlds and globes he will study, and as a silent watcher will learn from that Divine One, who is the Great Alchemist of all the universe, the greatest alchemy of all, the creation of life, the maintenance of form, and the building of worlds. ~ Manly P Hall, The Initiates of the Flame ,
23:Therefore the age of intuitive knowledge, represented by the early Vedantic thinking of the Upanishads, had to give place to the age of rational knowledge; inspired Scripture made room for metaphysical philosophy, even as afterwards metaphysical philosophy had to give place to experimental Science. Intuitive thought which is a messenger from the superconscient and therefore our highest faculty, was supplanted by the pure reason which is only a sort of deputy and belongs to the middle heights of our being; pure reason in its turn was supplanted for a time by the mixed action of the reason which lives on our plains and lower elevations and does not in its view exceed the horizon of the experience that the physical mind and senses or such aids as we can invent for them can bring to us. And this process which seems to be a descent, is really a circle of progress. For in each case the lower faculty is compelled to take up as much as it can assimilate of what the higher had already given and to attempt to re-establish it by its own methods. By the attempt it is itself enlarged in its scope and arrives eventually at a more supple and a more ample selfaccommodation to the higher faculties. ~ Sri Aurobindo, TLD 1.08-13 ,
24:Philosophy, as defined by Fichte, is the "science of sciences." Its aim was to solve the problems of the world. In the past, when all exact sciences were in their infancy, philosophy had to be purely speculative, with little or no regard to realities. But if we regard philosophy as a Mother science, divided into many branches, we find that those branches have grown so large and various, that the Mother science looks like a hen with her little ducklings paddling in a pond, far beyond her reach; she is unable to follow her growing hatchlings. In the meantime, the progress of life and science goes on, irrespective of the cackling of metaphysics. Philosophy does not fulfill her initial aim to bring the results of experimental and exact sciences together and to solve world problems. Through endless, scientific specialization scientific branches multiply, and for want of coordination the great world-problems suffer. This failure of philosophy to fulfill her boasted mission of scientific coordination is responsible for the chaos in the world of general thought. The world has no collective or organized higher ideals and aims, nor even fixed general purposes. Life is an accidental game of private or collective ambitions and greeds. ~ Alfred Korzybski, Manhood of Humanity ,
25:And now, out among the stars, evolution was driving toward new goals. The first explorers of Earth had long since come to the limits of flesh and blood; as soon as their machines were better than their bodies, it was time to move. First their brains, and then their thoughts alone, they transferred into shining new homes of metal and of plastic.In these, they roamed among the stars. They no longer built spaceships. They were spaceships.But the age of the Machine-entities swiftly passed. In their ceaseless experimenting, they had learned to store knowledge in the structure of space itself, and to preserve their thoughts for eternity in frozen lattices of light. They could become creatures of radiation, free at last from the tyranny of matter.Into pure energy, therefore, they presently transformed themselves; and on a thousand worlds, the empty shells they had discarded twitched for a while in a mindless dance of death, then crumbled into rust.Now they were lords of the galaxy, and beyond the reach of time. They could rove at will among the stars, and sink like a subtle mist through the very interstices of space. But despite their godlike powers, they had not wholly forgotten their origin, in the warm slime of a vanished sea.And they still watched over the experiments their ancestors had started, so long ago. ~ Arthur C Clarke, Charles F Haanel, The Master Key System ,
27:principle of Yogic methods ::: Yogic methods have something of the same relation to the customary psychological workings of man as has the scientific handling of the force of electricity or of steam to their normal operations in Nature. And they, too, like the operations of Science, are formed upon a knowledge developed and confirmed by regular experiment, practical analysis and constant result. All Rajayoga, for instance, depends on this perception and experience that our inner elements, combinations, functions, forces can be separated or dissolved, can be new-combined and set to novel and formerly impossible workings or can be transformed and resolved into a new general synthesis by fixed internal processes. Hathayoga similarly depends on this perception and experience that the vital forces and function to which our life is normally subjected and whose ordinary operations seem set and indispensable, can be mastered and the operations changed or suspended with results that would otherwise be impossible and that seem miraculous to those who have not seized the raionale of their process. And if in some other of its forms this character of Yoga is less apparent, because they are more intuitive and less mechanical, nearer, like the Yoga of Devotion, to a supernal ecstasy or, like the Yoga of Knowledge, to a supernal infinity of consciousness and being, yet they too start from the use of some principal faculty in us by ways and for ends not contemplated in its everyday spontaneous workings. All methods grouped under the common name of Yoga are special psychological processes founded on a fixed truth of Nature and developing, out of normal functions, powers and results which were always latent but which her ordinary movements do not easily or do not often manifest. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Synthesis Of Yoga Introduction - The Conditions of the Synthesis,
28:My method is different. I do not rush into actual work. When I get an idea, I start at once building it up in my imagination. I change the construction, make improvements and operate the device in my mind. It is absolutely immaterial to me whether I run my turbine in thought or test it in my shop. I even note if it is out of balance. There is no difference whatever; the results are the same. In this way I am able to rapidly develop and perfect a conception without touching anything. When I have gone so far as to embody in the invention every possible improvement I can think of and see no fault anywhere, I put into concrete form this final product of my brain. Invariably my device works as I conceived that it should, and the experiment comes out exactly as I planned it. In twenty years there has not been a single exception. Why should it be otherwise? Engineering, electrical and mechanical, is positive in results. There is scarcely a subject that cannot be examined beforehand, from the available theoretical and practical data. The carrying out into practice of a crude idea as is being generally done, is, I hold, nothing but a waste of energy, money, and time. My early affliction had however, another compensation. The incessant mental exertion developed my powers of observation and enabled me to discover a truth of great importance. I had noted that the appearance of images was always preceded by actual vision of scenes under peculiar and generally very exceptional conditions, and I was impelled on each occasion to locate the original impulse. After a while this effort grew to be almost automatic and I gained great facility in connecting cause and effect. Soon I became aware, to my surprise, that every thought I conceived was suggested by an external impression. Not only this but all my actions were prompted in a similar way. In the course of time it became perfectly evident to me that I was merely an automation endowed with power OF MOVEMENT RESPONDING TO THE STIMULI OF THE SENSE ORGANS AND THINKING AND ACTING ACCORDINGLY. ~ Nikola Tesla, The Strange Life of Nikola Tesla ,
29:Self-Abuse by Drugs Not a drop of alcohol is to be brought into this temple. Master Bassui (1327-1387)1 (His dying instructions: first rule) In swinging between liberal tolerance one moment and outraged repression the next, modern societies seem chronically incapable of reaching consistent attitudes about drugs. Stephen Batchelor2 Drugs won't show you the truth. Drugs will only show you what it's like to be on drugs. Brad Warner3 Implicit in the authentic Buddhist Path is sila. It is the time-honored practice of exercising sensible restraints [Z:73-74]. Sila's ethical guidelines provide the bedrock foundation for one's personal behavior in daily life. At the core of every religion are some self-disciplined renunciations corresponding to sila. Yet, a profound irony has been reshaping the human condition in most cultures during the last half century. It dates from the years when psychoactive drugs became readily available. During this era, many naturally curious persons could try psychedelic short-cuts and experience the way their consciousness might seem to ''expand.'' A fortunate few of these experimenters would become motivated to follow the nondrug meditative route when they pursued various spiritual paths. One fact is often overlooked. Meditation itself has many mind-expanding, psychedelic properties [Z:418-426]. These meditative experiences can also stimulate a drug-free spiritual quest. Meanwhile, we live in a drug culture. It is increasingly a drugged culture, for which overprescribing physicians must shoulder part of the blame. Do drugs have any place along the spiritual path? This issue will always be hotly debated.4 In Zen, the central issue is not whether each spiritual aspirant has the ''right'' to exercise their own curiosity, or the ''right'' to experiment on their own brains in the name of freedom of religion. It is a free country. Drugs are out there. The real questions are:  Can you exercise the requisite self-discipline to follow the Zen Buddhist Path?  Do you already have enough common sense to ask that seemingly naive question, ''What would Buddha do?'' (WWBD). ~ James Austin, Zen-Brain Reflections _Reviewing_Recent_Developments_in_Meditation_and_States_of_Consciousness,
30:But this is not always the manner of the commencement. The sadhaka is often led gradually and there is a long space between the first turning of the mind and the full assent of the nature to the thing towards which it turns. There may at first be only a vivid intellectual interest, a forcible attraction towards the idea and some imperfect form of practice. Or perhaps there is an effort not favoured by the whole nature, a decision or a turn imposed by an intellectual influence or dictated by personal affection and admiration for someone who is himself consecrated and devoted to the Highest. In such cases, a long period of preparation may be necessary before there comes the irrevocable consecration; and in some instances it may not come. There may be some advance, there may be a strong effort, even much purification and many experiences other than those that are central or supreme; but the life will either be spent in preparation or, a certain stage having been reached, the mind pushed by an insufficient driving-force may rest content at the limit of the effort possible to it. Or there may even be a recoil to the lower life, - what is called in the ordinary parlance of Yoga a fall from the path. This lapse happens because there is a defect at the very centre. The intellect has been interested, the heart attracted, the will has strung itself to the effort, but the whole nature has not been taken captive by the Divine. It has only acquiesced in the interest, the attraction or the endeavour. There has been an experiment, perhaps even an eager experiment, but not a total self-giving to an imperative need of the soul or to an unforsakable ideal. Even such imperfect Yoga has not been wasted; for no upward effort is made in vain. Even if it fails in the present or arrives only at some preparatory stage or preliminary realisation, it has yet determined the soul's future.But if we desire to make the most of the opportunity that this life gives us, if we wish to respond adequately to the call we have received and to attain to the goal we have glimpsed, not merely advance a little towards it, it is essential that there should be an entire self-giving. The secret of success in Yoga is to regard it not as one of the aims to be pursued in life, but as the one and only aim, not as an important part of life, but as the whole of life. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Synthesis Of Yoga 1.02 - Self-Consecration,
31:Daemons A daemon is a process that runs in the background, not connecting to any controlling terminal. Daemons are normally started at boot time, are run as root or some other special user (such as apache or postfix), and handle system-level tasks. As a convention, the name of a daemon often ends in d (as in crond and sshd), but this is not required, or even universal. The name derives from Maxwell's demon, an 1867 thought experiment by the physicist James Maxwell. Daemons are also supernatural beings in Greek mythology, existing somewhere between humans and the gods and gifted with powers and divine knowledge. Unlike the demons of Judeo-Christian lore, the Greek daemon need not be evil. Indeed, the daemons of mythology tended to be aides to the gods, performing tasks that the denizens of Mount Olympus found themselves unwilling to do-much as Unix daemons perform tasks that foreground users would rather avoid. A daemon has two general requirements: it must run as a child of init, and it must not be connected to a terminal. In general, a program performs the following steps to become a daemon: 1. Call fork( ). This creates a new process, which will become the daemon. 2. In the parent, call exit( ). This ensures that the original parent (the daemon's grandparent) is satisfied that its child terminated, that the daemon's parent is no longer running, and that the daemon is not a process group leader. This last point is a requirement for the successful completion of the next step. 3. Call setsid( ), giving the daemon a new process group and session, both of which have it as leader. This also ensures that the process has no associated controlling terminal (as the process just created a new session, and will not assign one). 4. Change the working directory to the root directory via chdir( ). This is done because the inherited working directory can be anywhere on the filesystem. Daemons tend to run for the duration of the system's uptime, and you don't want to keep some random directory open, and thus prevent an administrator from unmounting the filesystem containing that directory. 5. Close all file descriptors. You do not want to inherit open file descriptors, and, unaware, hold them open. 6. Open file descriptors 0, 1, and 2 (standard in, standard out, and standard error) and redirect them to /dev/null. Following these rules, here is a program that daemonizes itself: ~ OReilly Linux System Programming,
32:reading ::: 50 Spiritual Classics: List of Books Covered: Muhammad Asad - The Road To Mecca (1954) St Augustine - Confessions (400) Richard Bach - Jonathan Livingston Seagull (1970) Black Elk Black - Elk Speaks (1932) Richard Maurice Bucke - Cosmic Consciousness (1901) Fritjof Capra - The Tao of Physics (1976) Carlos Castaneda - Journey to Ixtlan (1972) GK Chesterton - St Francis of Assisi (1922) Pema Chodron - The Places That Scare You (2001) Chuang Tzu - The Book of Chuang Tzu (4th century BCE) Ram Dass - Be Here Now (1971) Epictetus - Enchiridion (1st century) Mohandas Gandhi - An Autobiography: The Story of My Experiments With Truth (1927) Al-Ghazzali - The Alchemy of Happiness (1097) Kahlil Gibran - The Prophet (1923) GI Gurdjieff - Meetings With Remarkable Men (1960) Dag Hammarskjold - Markings (1963) Abraham Joshua Heschel - The Sabbath (1951) Hermann Hesse - Siddartha (1922) Aldous Huxley - The Doors of Perception (1954) William James - The Varieties of Religious Experience (1902) Carl Gustav Jung - Memories, Dreams, Reflections (1955) Margery Kempe - The Book of Margery Kempe (1436) J Krishnamurti - Think On These Things (1964) CS Lewis - The Screwtape Letters (1942) Malcolm X - The Autobiography of Malcolm X (1964) Daniel C Matt - The Essential Kabbalah (1994) Dan Millman - The Way of the Peaceful Warrior (1989) W Somerset Maugham - The Razor's Edge (1944) Thich Nhat Hanh - The Miracle of Mindfulness (1975) Michael Newton - Journey of Souls (1994) John O'Donohue - Anam Cara: A Book of Celtic Wisdom (1998) Robert M Pirsig - Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance (1974) James Redfield - The Celestine Prophecy (1994) Miguel Ruiz - The Four Agreements (1997) Helen Schucman & William Thetford - A Course in Miracles (1976) Idries Shah - The Way of the Sufi (1968) Starhawk - The Spiral Dance: A Rebirth of the Ancient Religion of the Great Goddess (1979) Shunryu Suzuki - Zen Mind, Beginner's Mind (1970) Emanuel Swedenborg - Heaven and Hell (1758) Teresa of Avila - Interior Castle (1570) Mother Teresa - A Simple Path (1994) Eckhart Tolle - The Power of Now (1998) Chogyam Trungpa - Cutting Through Spiritual Materialism (1973) Neale Donald Walsch - Conversations With God (1998) Rick Warren - The Purpose-Driven Life (2002) Simone Weil - Waiting For God (1979) Ken Wilber - A Theory of Everything (2000) Paramahansa Yogananda - Autobiography of a Yogi (1974) Gary Zukav - The Seat of the Soul (1990) ~ Tom Butler-Bowdon, 50 Spirital Classics (2017 Edition) ,
33:Sri Aurobindo writes here: "...Few and brief in their visits are the Bright Ones who are willing or permitted to succour." Why?(1 "The Way", Cent. Vol. 17, p. 40.)One must go and ask them! But there is a conclusion, the last sentences give a very clear explanation. It is said: "Nay, then, is immortality a plaything to be given lightly to a child, or the divine life a prize without effort or the crown for a weakling?" This comes back to the question why the adverse forces have the right to interfere, to harass you. But this is precisely the test necessary for your sincerity. If the way were very easy, everybody would start on the way, and if one could reach the goal without any obstacle and without any effort, everybody would reach the goal, and when one has come to the end, the situation would be the same as when one started, there would be no change. That is, the new world would be exactly what the old has been. It is truly not worth the trouble! Evidently a process of elimination is necessary so that only what is capable of manifesting the new life remains. This is the reason and there is no other, this is the best of reasons. And, you see, it is a tempering, it is the ordeal of fire, only that which can stand it remains absolutely pure; when everything has burnt down, there remains only the little ingot of pure gold. And it is like that. What puts things out very much in all this is the religious idea of fault, sin, redemption. But there is no arbitrary decision! On the contrary, for each one it is the best and most favourable conditions which are given. We were saying the other day that it is only his friends whom God treats with severity; you thought it was a joke, but it is true. It is only to those who are full of hope, who will pass through this purifying flame, that the conditions for attaining the maximum result are given. And the human mind is made in such a way that you may test this; when something extremely unpleasant happens to you, you may tell yourself, "Well, this proves I am worth the trouble of being given this difficulty, this proves there is something in me which can resist the difficulty", and you will notice that instead of tormenting yourself, you rejoice - you will be so happy and so strong that even the most unpleasant things will seem to you quite charming! This is a very easy experiment to make. Whatever the circumstance, if your mind is accustomed to look at it as something favourable, it will no longer be unpleasant for you. This is quite well known; as long as the mind refuses to accept a thing, struggles against it, tries to obstruct it, there are torments, difficulties, storms, inner struggles and all suffering. But the minute the mind says, "Good, this is what has to come, it is thus that it must happen", whatever happens, you are content. There are people who have acquired such control of their mind over their body that they feel nothing; I told you this the other day about certain mystics: if they think the suffering inflicted upon them is going to help them cross the stages in a moment and give them a sort of stepping stone to attain the Realisation, the goal they have put before them, union with the Divine, they no longer feel the suffering at all. Their body is as it were galvanised by the mental conception. This has happened very often, it is a very common experience among those who truly have enthusiasm. And after all, if one must for some reason or other leave one's body and take a new one, is it not better to make of one's death something magnificent, joyful, enthusiastic, than to make it a disgusting defeat? Those who cling on, who try by every possible means to delay the end even by a minute or two, who give you an example of frightful anguish, show that they are not conscious of their soul.... After all, it is perhaps a means, isn't it? One can change this accident into a means; if one is conscious one can make a beautiful thing of it, a very beautiful thing, as of everything. And note, those who do not fear it, who are not anxious, who can die without any sordidness are those who never think about it, who are not haunted all the time by this "horror" facing them which they must escape and which they try to push as far away from them as they can. These, when the occasion comes, can lift their head, smile and say, "Here I am." It is they who have the will to make the best possible use of their life, it is they who say, "I shall remain here as long as it is necessary, to the last second, and I shall not lose one moment to realise my goal"; these, when the necessity comes, put up the best show. Why? - It is very simple, because they live in their ideal, the truth of their ideal; because that is the real thing for them, the very reason of their being, and in all things they can see this ideal, this reason of existence, and never do they come down into the sordidness of material life.So, the conclusion:One must never wish for death.One must never will to die.One must never be afraid to die.And in all circumstances one must will to exceed oneself. ~ The Mother, Question and Answers Volume-4,
34:For instance, a popular game with California occultists-I do not know its inventor-involves a Magic Room, much like the Pleasure Dome discussed earlier except that this Magic Room contains an Omniscient Computer. To play this game, you simply "astrally project" into the Magic Room. Do not ask what "astral projection" means, and do not assume it is metaphysical (and therefore either impossible, if you are a materialist, or very difficult, if you are a mystic). Just assume this is a gedankenexperiment, a "mind game." Project yourself, in imagination, into this Magic Room and visualize vividly the Omniscient Computer, using the details you need to make such a super-information-processor real to your fantasy. You do not need any knowledge of programming to handle this astral computer. It exists early in the next century; you are getting to use it by a species of time-travel, if that metaphor is amusing and helpful to you. It is so built that it responds immediately to human brain-waves, "reading" them and decoding their meaning. (Crude prototypes of such computers already exist.) So, when you are in this magic room, you can ask this Computer anything, just by thinking of what you want to know. It will read your thought, and project into your brain, by a laser ray, the correct answer. There is one slight problem. The computer is very sensitive to all brain-waves. If you have any doubts, it registers them as negative commands, meaning "Do not answer my question." So, the way to use it is to start simply, with "easy" questions. Ask it to dig out of the archives the name of your second-grade teacher. (Almost everybody remembers the name of their first grade teacher-imprint vulnerability again-but that of the second grade teacher tends to get lost.) When the computer has dug out the name of your second grade teacher, try it on a harder question, but not one that is too hard. It is very easy to sabotage this machine, but you don't want to sabotage it during these experiments. You want to see how well it can be made to perform. It is wise to ask only one question at a time, since it requires concentration to keep this magic computer real on the field of your perception. Do not exhaust your capacities for imagination and visualization on your first trial runs. After a few trivial experiments of the second-grade-teacher variety, you can try more interesting programs. Take a person toward whom you have negative feelings, such as anger, disappointment, feeling-of-betrayal, jealousy or whatever interferes with the smooth, tranquil operation of your own bio-computer. Ask the Magic Computer to explain that other person to you; to translate you into their reality-tunnel long enough for you to understand how events seem to them. Especially, ask how you seem to them. This computer will do that job for you; but be prepared for some shocks which might be disagreeable at first. This super-brain can also perform exegesis on ideas that seem obscure, paradoxical or enigmatic to us. For instance, early experiments with this computer can very profitably turn on asking it to explain some of the propositions in this book which may seem inexplicable or perversely wrong-headed to you, such as "We are all greater artists than we realize" or "What the Thinker thinks, the Prover proves" or "mind and its contents are functionally identical." This computer is much more powerful and scientifically advanced than the rapture-machine in the neurosomatic circuit. It has total access to all the earlier, primitive circuits, and overrules any of them. That is, if you put a meta-programming instruction into this computer; it will relay it downward to the old circuits and cancel contradictory programs left over from the past. For instance, try feeding it on such meta-programming instructions as: 1. I am at cause over my body. 2. I am at cause over my imagination. 3.1 am at cause over my future. 4. My mind abounds with beauty and power. 5.1 like people, and people like me. Remember that this computer is only a few decades ahead of present technology, so it cannot "understand" your commands if you harbor any doubts about them. Doubts tell it not to perform. Work always from what you can believe in, extending the area of belief only as results encourage you to try for more dramatic transformations of your past reality-tunnels. This represents cybernetic consciousness; the programmer becoming self-programmer, self-metaprogrammer, meta-metaprogrammer, etc. Just as the emotional compulsions of the second circuit seem primitive, mechanical and, ultimately, silly to the neurosomatic consciousness, so, too, the reality maps of the third circuit become comic, relativistic, game-like to the metaprogrammer. "Whatever you say it is, it isn't, " Korzybski, the semanticist, repeated endlessly in his seminars, trying to make clear that third-circuit semantic maps are not the territories they represent; that we can always make maps of our maps, revisions of our revisions, meta-selves of our selves. "Neti, neti" (not that, not that), Hindu teachers traditionally say when asked what "God" is or what "Reality" is. Yogis, mathematicians and musicians seem more inclined to develop meta-programming consciousness than most of humanity. Korzybski even claimed that the use of mathematical scripts is an aid to developing this circuit, for as soon as you think of your mind as mind 1, and the mind which contemplates that mind as mind2 and the mind which contemplates mind2 contemplating mind 1 as mind3, you are well on your way to meta-programming awareness. Alice in Wonderland is a masterful guide to the metaprogramming circuit (written by one of the founders of mathematical logic) and Aleister Crowley soberly urged its study upon all students of yoga. ~ Robert Anton Wilson, Prometheus Rising ,
35:Why do we forget our dreams? Because you do not dream always at the same place. It is not always the same part of your being that dreams and it is not at the same place that you dream. If you were in conscious, direct, continuous communication with all the parts of your being, you would remember all your dreams. But very few parts of the being are in communication. For example, you have a dream in the subtle physical, that is to say, quite close to the physical. Generally, these dreams occur in the early hours of the morning, that is between four and five o'clock, at the end of the sleep. If you do not make a sudden movement when you wake up, if you remain very quiet, very still and a little attentive - quietly attentive - and concentrated, you will remember them, for the communication between the subtle physical and the physical is established - very rarely is there no communication. Now, dreams are mostly forgotten because you have a dream while in a certain state and then pass into another. For instance, when you sleep, your body is asleep, your vital is asleep, but your mind is still active. So your mind begins to have dreams, that is, its activity is more or less coordinated, the imagination is very active and you see all kinds of things, take part in extraordinary happenings.... After some time, all that calms down and the mind also begins to doze. The vital that was resting wakes up; it comes out of the body, walks about, goes here and there, does all kinds of things, reacts, sometimes fights, and finally eats. It does all kinds of things. The vital is very adventurous. It watches. When it is heroic it rushes to save people who are in prison or to destroy enemies or it makes wonderful discoveries. But this pushes back the whole mental dream very far behind. It is rubbed off, forgotten: naturally you cannot remember it because the vital dream takes its place. But if you wake up suddenly at that moment, you remember it. There are people who have made the experiment, who have got up at certain fixed hours of the night and when they wake up suddenly, they do remember. You must not move brusquely, but awake in the natural course, then you remember. After a time, the vital having taken a good stroll, needs to rest also, and so it goes into repose and quietness, quite tired at the end of all kinds of adventures. Then something else wakes up. Let us suppose that it is the subtle physical that goes for a walk. It starts moving and begins wandering, seeing the rooms and... why, this thing that was there, but it has come here and that other thing which was in that room is now in this one, and so on. If you wake up without stirring, you remembeR But this has pushed away far to the back of the consciousness all the stories of the vital. They are forgotten and so you cannot recollect your dreams. But if at the time of waking up you are not in a hurry, you are not obliged to leave your bed, on the contrary you can remain there as long as you wish, you need not even open your eyes; you keep your head exactly where it was and you make yourself like a tranquil mirror within and concentrate there. You catch just a tiny end of the tail of your dream. You catch it and start pulling gently, without stirring in the least. You begin pulling quite gently, and then first one part comes, a little later another. You go backward; the last comes up first. Everything goes backward, slowly, and suddenly the whole dream reappears: "Ah, there! it was like that." Above all, do not jump up, do not stir; you repeat the dream to yourself several times - once, twice - until it becomes clear in all its details. Once that dream is settled, you continue not to stir, you try to go further in, and suddenly you catch the tail of something else. It is more distant, more vague, but you can still seize it. And here also you hang on, get hold of it and pull, and you see that everything changes and you enter another world; all of a sudden you have an extraordinary adventure - it is another dream. You follow the same process. You repeat the dream to yourself once, twice, until you are sure of it. You remain very quiet all the time. Then you begin to penetrate still more deeply into yourself, as though you were going in very far, very far; and again suddenly you see a vague form, you have a feeling, a sensation... like a current of air, a slight breeze, a little breath; and you say, "Well, well...." It takes a form, it becomes clear - and the third category comes. You must have a lot of time, a lot of patience, you must be very quiet in your mind and body, very quiet, and you can tell the story of your whole night from the end right up to the beginning. Even without doing this exercise which is very long and difficult, in order to recollect a dream, whether it be the last one or the one in the middle that has made a violent impression on your being, you must do what I have said when you wake up: take particular care not even to move your head on the pillow, remain absolutely still and let the dream return. Some people do not have a passage between one state and another, there is a little gap and so they leap from one to the other; there is no highway passing through all the states of being with no break of the consciousness. A small dark hole, and you do not remember. It is like a precipice across which one has to extend the consciousness. To build a bridge takes a very long time; it takes much longer than building a physical bridge.... Very few people want to and know how to do it. They may have had magnificent activities, they do not remember them or sometimes only the last, the nearest, the most physical activity, with an uncoordinated movement - dreams having no sense. But there are as many different kinds of nights and sleep as there are different days and activities. There are not many days that are alike, each day is different. The days are not the same, the nights are not the same. You and your friends are doing apparently the same thing, but for each one it is very different. And each one must have his own procedure. Why are two dreams never alike?Because all things are different. No two minutes are alike in the universe and it will be so till the end of the universe, no two minutes will ever be alike. And men obstinately want to make rules! One must do this and not that.... Well! we must let people please themselves. You could have put to me a very interesting question: "Why am I fourteen years old today?" Intelligent people will say: "It is because it is the fourteenth year since you were born." That is the answer of someone who believes himself to be very intelligent. But there is another reason. I shall tell this to you alone.... I have drowned you all sufficiently well! Now you must begin to learn swimming! ~ The Mother, Questions And Answers 1953 36?,

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1:All life is an experiment. ~ Ken Liu
2:Gedankenexperiment, ~ Neal Stephenson
3:I'm still experimenting. ~ Stevie Wonder
4:One planet, one experiment. ~ E O Wilson
5:All life is an experiment.’” “A ~ Ken Liu
6:All life is an experiment. ~ Marc Aronson
7:it, she decided to experiment. ~ M L Stedman
8:Play is experimenting with chance. ~ Novalis
9:One planet, one experiment. ~ Edward O Wilson
10:One planet, one experiment.” If ~ Bill Bryson
11:The Obama experiment has failed. ~ John Thune
12:All novels are experimental. ~ Anthony Burgess
13:Life is too short not to experiment. ~ Jamelia
14:Let the experiment be made. ~ Benjamin Franklin
15:Live your life as an experiment. ~ Pema Ch dr n
16:Nature is an experimenter. ~ Philip Jose Farmer
17:All life is an experiment. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
18:All progress is experimental. ~ John Jay Chapman
19:Continued experiment with dog today. ~ Eric Gill
20:I didn't think; I experimented. ~ Anthony Burgess
21:large-scale breeding experiments. ~ Frans de Waal
22:I did not think; I experimented. ~ Wilhelm Rontgen
23:I always wanted to be really experimental. ~ Grimes
24:All poetry is experimental poetry. ~ Wallace Stevens
25:You must make bold experiments in life! ~ Meher Baba
26:A rare theorist turned experimentalist. ~ Willis Lamb
27:I consider all my films experiments. ~ Michael Haneke
28:Instincts are experiments. Data is proof. ~ Anonymous
29:My tendency is to be very experimental. ~ Sean Lennon
30:Reward worthy failure - Experimentation. ~ Bill Gates
31:To be a poet you have to experiment. ~ Matthea Harvey
32:"The life of man is a dubious experiment." ~ Carl Jung
33:Unperformed experiments have no results. ~ Asher Peres
34:Youth is wholly experimental. ~ Robert Louis Stevenson
35:All the months are crude experiments, ~ Virginia Woolf
36:Cleverly designed experiments are the key. ~ Carl Sagan
37:Experiment is the sole source of truth. ~ Henri Poincare
38:experimentó la desazón del anhelo frustrado. ~ Anonymous
39:Experiment to discover how little you need. ~ Alan Cohen
40:Most animal experimentation is useless. ~ Henry Heimlich
41:I'm very fond of experimental housekeeping. ~ Jane Austen
42:Belief unconfirmed by experiment is vain. ~ Francesco Redi
43:Existence is the experiment itself. ~ Kim Stanley Robinson
44:Experiment is the mother of knowledge. ~ Madeleine L Engle
45:I am my own experiment. I am my own work of art. ~ Madonna
46:Instincts are experiments. Data is proof. ~ Alistair Croll
47:Experimenters are the shock troops of science. ~ Max Planck
48:I always loved experimenting in film. ~ Isabella Rossellini
49:I wanted to make experimental music out of pop. ~ Girl Talk
50:The true method of knowledge is experiment. ~ William Blake
51:Children were experiments, and his had failed. ~ Maile Meloy
52:Every great inspiration is but an experiment. ~ Charles Ives
53:I began writing as an experimental writer. ~ Sandra Cisneros
54:The test of all knowledge is experiment. ~ Richard P Feynman
55:The true method of knowledge is experiment. ~ William Blake,
56:Experimental science is the queen of knowledge. ~ Roger Bacon
57:For me, experimenting involves traditionalism. ~ Bradford Cox
58:I like to experiment a lot and invent things. ~ Kathy Ireland
59:In politics experiments means revolutions. ~ Benjamin Disraeli
60:Life is but an endless series of experiments. ~ Mahatma Gandhi
61:Use your freedom to experiment with visual ideas. ~ Maya Deren
62:Every choice we make in life is an experiment. ~ Charles Duhigg
63:Experimentation is the key to 'lively up' the art. ~ Bob Marley
64:I just think that life is a constant experiment. ~ Reggie Watts
65:Children live life as a controlled experiment. ~ Jennifer Senior
66:Everything is an experiment you can learn from. ~ Alistair Croll
67:I experimented with marijuana a time or two. ~ William J Clinton
68:If it disagrees with experiment, it's wrong. ~ Richard P Feynman
69:If you want to experiment, do something temporary. ~ Andy Garcia
70:Without proper experiments I conclude nothing. ~ Johannes Kepler
71:You've got to experiment to figure out what works. ~ Andrew Weil
72:Experiment is folly when experience shows the way. ~ Roger Babson
73:Progress through cautious, well founded experiments. ~ Henry Ford
74:Your responsibility as an artist is to experiment. ~ Squarepusher
75:An experiment disproving a prediction is discovery. ~ Enrico Fermi
76:dulce es la guerra para los que no la han experimentado. ~ Erasmus
77:I am my own experiment. I am my own work of art. ~ Madonna Ciccone
78:I did experiment with marijuana when I was a youth. ~ Andrew Cuomo
79:Calling it an experiment gives you permission to fail. ~ A J Jacobs
80:Experiment has a stimulus which withers its fear. ~ Emily Dickinson
81:. . . in the full tide of successful experiment. ~ Thomas Jefferson
82:It's not an experiment if you know it's going to work. ~ Jeff Bezos
83:Vietnam was as much a laboratory experiment as a war. ~ John Pilger
84:I keep learning, listening, growing and experimenting. ~ John Legend
85:I love fools' experiments. I am always making them. ~ Charles Darwin
86:I used to experiment all the time with my hair color. ~ Olivia Wilde
87:The Universe is experimenting on himself, creating life. ~ Anonymous
88:I can never stand still. I must explore and experiment. ~ Walt Disney
89:An experiment not worth doing is not worth doing well. ~ Peter Medawar
90:Doing an experiment is not more important than writing. ~ Edwin Boring
91:Experiment is fundamentally only induced observation. ~ Claude Bernard
92:If we can’t make the results of this experiment go ~ Martha Hall Kelly
93:know how to turn a failed experiment into a life lesson ~ Andrew Gross
94:The bottom line is that the euro is a failed experiment. ~ Paul Singer
95:A vida não está escrita, é como um grande experimento. ~ Sophia Amoruso
96:I give them experiments and they respond with speeches. ~ Louis Pasteur
97:PUEDO EXPERIMENTAR DOLOR, PERO YO ELIJO ODIAR O NO. ~ Emerson Eggerichs
98:Cats have nine lives. Makes them ideal for experimentation. ~ Jimmy Carr
99:Experimentalists never know when their work is finished. ~ Daniel H Pink
100:Experimenters don’t come in late—they never went home. ~ Leon M Lederman
101:When the chemistry is right, all the experiments work. ~ Gregory Benford
102:Every failed experiment is one step closer to success. ~ Denzel Washington
103:Ingredients should not read like a chemistry experiment! ~ Jessica Capshaw
104:Jesus wouldn't be caught dead in your church. ~ Saul Williams, Experiment,
105:Life, however, is usually a between-subjects experiment, ~ Daniel Kahneman
106:A fool is a man who never tried an experiment in his life. ~ Erasmus Darwin
107:Heresies are experiments in man's unsatisfied search for truth. ~ H G Wells
108:Inside a big experiment, there are little experiments, ~ Vijay Govindarajan
109:Life is an experimental journey undertaken involuntarily. ~ Fernando Pessoa
110:But it can be hard to experiment when you're in a band. ~ Julian Casablancas
111:Géüdéü co loteré ma, pirufénrihua nélo. All life is an experiment, ~ Ken Liu
112:I consider all my films an experiment, at least in my mind. ~ Michael Haneke
113:Life is an experiment. The more experiments the better ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
114:Marriage is too interesting an experiment to be tried only once. ~ Eva Gabor
115:That which we call sin in others is experiment for us. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
116:The best time to plan an experiment is after you've done it. ~ Ronald Fisher
117:We have medicalized aging, and that experiment is failing us. ~ Atul Gawande
118:Writing it is itself one of the experiments with truth. One ~ Mahatma Gandhi
119:Experimental evidence is the final arbiter of right and wrong. ~ Brian Greene
120:Experiment is the sole judge of the validity of any idea. ~ Richard P Feynman
121:The narrator, in a voice-of-God tenor, explains the experiment. ~ Eric Weiner
122:When it doesn’t work out, call it an “experiment,” not a failure. ~ Anonymous
123:Art like life, should be free, since both are experimental. ~ George Santayana
124:As you can see, at my age - 48 - Art is still one big experiment. ~ E J Hughes
125:Coffee in England always tastes like a chemistry experiment. ~ Agatha Christie
126:Faith begins as an experiment, and ends as an experience. ~ William Ralph Inge
127:The kitchen was a science experiment gone terribly wrong—entire ~ Ransom Riggs
128:You can be sure that I won't experiment with right-wing terms. ~ Martin Schulz
129:A failed experiment can be more important than a trivial design ~ Verner Panton
130:Experiments are mediators between nature and idea. ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
131:I reverted easily to my wild state, that is experimentation. ~ Jack Steinberger
132:A fool, Mr, Edgeworth, is one who has never made an experiment. ~ Erasmus Darwin
133:Art is sort of an experimental station in which one tries out living ~ John Cage
134:But I think I’m coloured by my own wishes, & experimental mood. ~ Virginia Woolf
135:Democracy is but an experiment in the long history of the world. ~ Mark McKinnon
136:demonstrated experimentally, but few can actually be measured. ~ Daniel Kahneman
137:I have experimental evidence that time travel is not possible. ~ Stephen Hawking
138:our life is the instrument we use to experiment with the truth. ~ Eliot Pattison
139:There is always room in our budget for a little experimentation. ~ Beth Comstock
140:The scientific truth is forged in the fire of experiments, ~ Zygmunt Miloszewski
141:Art is sort of an experimental station in which one tries out living. ~ John Cage
142:experiment, explore and experience – the ideal way to educate oneself. ~ Samarpan
143:Progress in science comes when experiments contradict theory. ~ Richard P Feynman
144:Rule No. 6: Design Experiments and Test to Validate Your Hypotheses ~ Steve Blank
145:The only thing I am completely committed to is experimentation. ~ I Leigh Private
146:Creativity is your best makeup skill, don't be afraid to experiment. ~ Pat McGrath
147:Experiment is the expected failure to deliberately learn something. ~ Scott Berkun
148:Experiment is the sole interpreter of the artifices of Nature. ~ Leonardo da Vinci
149:I don't know if experimental is a word I would ever use comfortably. ~ Jeff Tweedy
150:One experiments and has to choose always the best results. ~ Karlheinz Stockhausen
151:Our own lives are the instruments with which we experiment with truth. ~ Nhat Hanh
152:We are an experiment in situation ethics set by the unnamed god. ~ Gregory Maguire
153:For the majority of us, the past is a regret, the future an experiment ~ Mark Twain
154:Have lots of experiments, but make sure they're strategically focused. ~ Adam Smith
155:How hard, how desperately hard, is the way of the experimenter in art! ~ Amy Lowell
156:I didn’t just experiment with marijuana – if you know what I mean. ~ James Carville
157:It is the weight, not numbers of experiments that is to be regarded. ~ Isaac Newton
158:Success depends on how many experiments you can fit into 24 hours ~ Thomas A Edison
159:Well, I think music for kids is never anything but experimental is it? ~ Fred Frith
160:Agreement and acceptance rarely stimulate experiments and progress. ~ Thor Heyerdahl
161:Calculus was not math. It was a fucking science experiment gone wrong. ~ Abbi Glines
162:I keep a number of experimental menu additions in the works all the time. ~ Ray Kroc
163:In the philosophic sense, observation shows and experiment teaches. ~ Claude Bernard
164:the attempt to break a habit of years is necessarily experimental. ~ Margaret Deland
165:We've made science experiments of ourselves and our children. ~ Jonathan Safran Foer
166:Do not put forward anything that you cannot prove by experimentation. ~ Louis Pasteur
167:Fashion is a reflection of your personality, so have fun and experiment. ~ Pixie Lott
168:I vowed never again to experiment with such sensitive creatures. ~ Christiaan Barnard
169:The first experimental convinction that a loss may be sometimes a gain. ~ Jane Austen
170:Art that serves an artist best is an experiment in expanding awareness. ~ Peter London
171:I don't really know what that job [experimental philosopher] entails. ~ Jonathon Keats
172:If experimenters have free will, then so do elementary particles. ~ John Horton Conway
173:Love is an experiment ... what happens next is always surprising. ~ Jeanette Winterson
174:on the conviction that nature responds to experimental interrogation. ~ Ilya Prigogine
175:The way I approach things is from an experimental folk music standpoint. ~ Sxip Shirey
176:Was I a science experiment? Did he want to pin me down and dissect me? ~ Suzanne Young
177:We are right to take alarm at the first experiment upon our liberties. ~ James Madison
178:Clarity is the child of careful thought and mindful experimentation. ~ Brendon Burchard
179:If you see someone in trouble, you should help them. Experiment or not. ~ Veronica Roth
180:Many, many people have done a lot more sexual experimentation than I have. ~ Erica Jong
181:Obervation is a passive science, experimentation is an active science. ~ Claude Bernard
182:The beautiful is the experimental proof that the incarnation is possible. ~ Simone Weil
183:The Valley was a little experiment of capitalism with too much capital. ~ Michael Lewis
184:What could be more experimental than me writing a straight up love song? ~ Bradford Cox
185:You have not succeeded in your experiments, that is all there is to it. ~ Louis Pasteur
186:any experiment of interest in life will be carried out at your own expense ~ John Wilmot
187:Because no matter how experimental he is, his life isn't an experiment. ~ Cheryl Strayed
188:I have always been more interested in experiment, than in accomplishment. ~ Orson Welles
189:I'm ready to take on different selves and experiment and see what happens. ~ Angel Olsen
190:I'm trying to make music a sensual expression, not an academic experiment. ~ Andrew Hill
191:Should philosophy guide experiments, or should experiments guide philosophy? ~ Liu Cixin
192:The innovation leader’s job is to execute a disciplined experiment. ~ Vijay Govindarajan
193:The world depends on so many different species, each a nutty experiment ~ Richard Powers
194:To get anywhere, one must choose one's mistakes, I chose experimental acts. ~ Asger Jorn
195:Experiences are the chemicals of life with which the philosopher experiments ~ Manly Hall
196:How insidious Nature is when one is trying to get at it experimentally. ~ Albert Einstein
197:I think you get in trouble if you make experimental big studio films. ~ Richard Linklater
198:Our own life is the instrument with which we experiment with the truth. ~ Thich Nhat Hanh
199:All life is an experiment. The more experiments you make the better. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
200:By nature, I am an experimentalist. I don't believe much in accomplishment. ~ Orson Welles
201:«Primero tienes que experimentar lo que quieres expresar.» Vincent Van Gogh ~ Guy Kawasaki
202:Science walks forward on two feet, namely theory and experiment. ~ Robert Andrews Millikan
203:Startups have to focus on the big experiments that lead to validated learning. ~ Eric Ries
204:That which we object to in others is often experiment for ourselves. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
205:along with dexterous experimentalists, industrial chemists, manufacturing ~ Walter Isaacson
206:end-of-life discussions were an experimental drug, the FDA would approve it. ~ Atul Gawande
207:Experiences are the chemicals of life with which the philosopher experiments ~ Manly P Hall
208:I'm doubtful about the temper of your flamingo. Shall I try the experiment? ~ Lewis Carroll
209:Quit pretending you know things you don’t and start running experiments. ~ Philip E Tetlock
210:WARNING If you dare to read this story, you become part of the Experiment ~ James Patterson
211:Christianity is not a mere religion but an experimentally testable science. ~ Frank J Tipler
212:...People don't necessarily like to be experimented on. Not even by fiction. ~ Theodora Goss
213:Should philosophy guide experiments, or should experiments guide philosophy?” Ye ~ Liu Cixin
214:[The Constitution] is an experiment as all life is an experiment. ~ Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr
215:The ultimate court of appeal is observation and experiment... not authority. ~ Thomas Huxley
216:Time to experiment. Necessity being the motherfucker of whatever is in its way. ~ Tim Winton
217:While you are experimenting, do not remain content with the surface of things. ~ Ivan Pavlov
218:But experiments went for nothing,-dualism had sworn to uphold its position. ~ Auguste Laurent
219:Evening is a time of real experimentation. You never want to look the same way. ~ Donna Karan
220:There is no need to argue if an experiment can be made. ~ Henri Etienne Sainte Claire Deville
221:A little bit of self-experimentation never hurt anybody, except when it did. ~ Daniel H Wilson
222:Don't believe the results of experiments until they're confirmed by theory. ~ Arthur Eddington
223:Every book is a kind of experiment in doing something that feels impossible. ~ Jonathan Lethem
224:Fiction is experimentation; when it ceases to be that, it ceases to be fiction. ~ John Cheever
225:I cook a lot. I'm always experimenting. I'm not much of a recipe follower. ~ Erika Christensen
226:If end-of-life discussions were an experimental drug, the FDA would approve it. ~ Atul Gawande
227:I have been stupid and regret making a silly mistake experimenting with drugs. ~ Richard Bacon
228:Sus deseos son simples, pero innegociables. Los experimenta como necesidades. ~ Vivian Gornick
229:There comes a time when every scientist, even God, has to write off an experiment. ~ P D James
230:Únete a los que experimentan, arriesgan, caen, se hieren y vuelven a arriesgar. ~ Paulo Coelho
231:We never really know what stupidity is until we have experimented on ourselves. ~ Paul Gauguin
232:En sus momentos de alegría intensa experimentaba siempre una tristeza inexplicable. ~ Anonymous
233:Every great idea emerges out of a process of trial-and-error experimentation. ~ Scott D Anthony
234:Every relationship is an experiment and what one learns from it is so fascinating. ~ Bill Ayers
235:Experiences are the chemicals of life with which the philosopher experiments.
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236:Odd thing it is—the word ‘experiment’ is unpopular, but not the word ‘experimental. ~ C S Lewis
237:Ritual is to the internal sciences what experiment is to the external sciences. ~ Timothy Leary
238:A rain shower was rehearsing. A few experimental droplets filled the silence. ~ Frances Hardinge
239:Human life should not be considered as the proper material for wild experiments. ~ Sigmund Freud
240:I enjoy experimenting and trying new beauty products. It is fun to try new looks! ~ Miranda Kerr
241:la conciencia corresponde a la realidad tal y como la experimentamos subjetivamente. ~ Anonymous
242:Mahatma Gandhi’s autobiography entitled The Story of My Experiments with Truth. ~ Robin S Sharma
243:Men were strictly for pleasure and for experimenting with versions of the self. ~ Margot Livesey
244:No experiment is ever a complete failure. It can always be used as a bad example. ~ Paul Dickson
245:One can't be of an enquiring and experimental nature, and still be very sensible. ~ Charles Fort
246:Sin la amenaza del sufrimiento no podemos experimentar la verdadera felicidad. ~ Neal Shusterman
247:I really like to experiment. That's the only way I can work. It's instinctive. ~ F Murray Abraham
248:Learning research tells us that the time lag from experiment to feedback is critical. ~ Kent Beck
249:Persist. Practice. Experiment. Imagine. Do your best work, and all else will follow. ~ Sandi Metz
250:There are people who say that you can't experiment... That condemns you to failure. ~ Jose Mujica
251:True models usually produce better experimental predictions than false models ~ Eliezer Yudkowsky
252:We must never make experiments to confirm our ideas, but simply to control them. ~ Claude Bernard
253:A fortunate birth, in other words, is a shock absorber." -The Thought Experiment ~ George Saunders
254:You have to experiment with different mediums and things around you [making art]. ~ Chath Piersath
255:If your result needs a statistician then you should design a better experiment. ~ Ernest Rutherford
256:It was the freedom to experiment that made this experiment called Freedom possible. ~ Justin Sirois
257:Look for obstacles constantly and treat them as opportunities to experiment and learn. ~ Jez Humble
258:Observation, reason, and experiment make up what we call the scientific method. ~ Richard P Feynman
259:Personal experimentation is revealing, and once you get into it, immensely engaging. ~ Robert Henri
260:Preston Nichols and Peter Moon’s 1992 book The Montauk Project: Experiments in Time ~ David Wilcock
261:The way forward is to learn to see every startup in any industry as a grand experiment. ~ Eric Ries
262:We are the subjects of an experiment which is not a little interesting to me. ~ Henry David Thoreau
263:I figured I would be teaching my whole life and making experimental films on the side. ~ Todd Haynes
264:If your experiment needs statistics, you ought to have done a better experiment. ~ Ernest Rutherford
265:Infinite computing demonetizes error-making, thus democratizing experimentation. ~ Peter H Diamandis
266:I started eBay as an experiment, as a side hobby basically, while I had my day job. ~ Pierre Omidyar
267:I want to experiment with new techniques and become a "traditional baroque artist." ~ Camille Henrot
268:Life is an experiment in which you may fail or succeed. Explore more, expect least. ~ Santosh Kalwar
269:No puedes ser el instrumento del cambio si no experimentas ese cambio por ti mismo. ~ John C Maxwell
270:Our political experiment of democracy, the last refuge of cheap misgovernment. ~ George Bernard Shaw
271:The farther the experiment is from theory, the closer it is to the Nobel Prize. ~ Irene Joliot Curie
272:The show, like everything we have done and still do, is just one more experiment. ~ Thomas Bangalter
273:Allowing us to do many causal experiments is the fourth power of Big Data. ~ Seth Stephens Davidowitz
274:British experimenters used Bank of England sealing wax to make glass tubes airtight. ~ Richard Rhodes
275:if you’re not failing, you’re not actually being particularly experimental). ~ Jennifer Garvey Berger
276:It is more important to have beauty in one's equations than to have them fit experiment. ~ Paul Dirac
277:Learning to treat ourselves lovingly may at first feel like a dangerous experiment. ~ Sharon Salzberg
278:Milton was the first person who really experimented with putting politics into sonnets. ~ Robert Hass
279:Novels are a kind of experiment in selfhood, for the reader as well as for the author. ~ Jonathan Dee
280:Telepathy, both simultaneous and precognitive, is now an experimentally established fact. ~ C D Broad
281:The ultimate freedom for creative groups is the freedom to experiment with new ideas. ~ Daniel H Pink
282:To engage in experiments on heat was always one of my most agreeable employments. ~ Benjamin Thompson
283:Vita brevis, ars longa, occasio praeceps, experimentum periculosum, iudicium difficile. ~ Hippocrates
284:Writing is a subtle art that is reached mostly by self-discovery and experimentation. ~ Jasper Fforde
285:Any little bit of experimenting in self-nurturance is very frightening for most of us. ~ Julia Cameron
286:I am not doing something that it is experimental music in relation to classical music. ~ Joanna Newsom
287:One should avoid carrying out an experiment requiring more than 10 per cent accuracy. ~ Walther Nernst
288:I want medical experiments on animals stopped. They don't do anything, and they don't work. ~ Sam Simon
289:Life is one of those experiments meant to be conducted in a stimulating, messy environment. ~ Sara Zarr
290:the Third Way focuses on creating a culture of continual learning and experimentation. These ~ Gene Kim
291:Experiment with delaying commitments until you know enough and see if that leads to success. ~ Anonymous
292:Many inventors fail because they do not distinguish between planning and experimenting. The ~ Henry Ford
293:Sólo el que ha experimentado el colmo del infortunio puede sentir la felicidad suprema ~ Alexandre Dumas
294:The amateur doesn't appreciate the need for experimentation. He wants his experts to know. ~ B F Skinner
295:There is no higher or lower knowledge, but one only, flowing out of experimentation. ~ Leonardo da Vinci
296:TV holds a close second to cars for destroying our society. It's a failed experiment. ~ Natalie Merchant
297:Doing for people what they can and ought to do for themselves is a dangerous experiment. ~ Samuel Gompers
298:Don't stop trying, learning, fighting, experimenting, doing, until the miracle happens. ~ Robert Kiyosaki
299:Every time man makes a new experiment he always learns more. He cannot learn less. ~ R Buckminster Fuller
300:If I had been a member of the academic establishment, I could have done other experiments. ~ Albert Ellis
301:I like experimenting with different color lip glosses and lipsticks and things like that. ~ Jordyn Wieber
302:La reina se decía experimentada en la pasión, en cuyos fuegos se había quemado muchas veces; ~ C sar Aira
303:More often than not, the only reason we need experiments is that we're not smart enough. ~ Scott Aaronson
304:She did have friends, she had just made a decision to stay home and experiment with dying. ~ Ann Patchett
305:That's it. With equal parts regret and relief, the Jane's Addiction experiment is at an end. ~ Eric Avery
306:This new project of hers was in experimental theology. But so is all of science she thought. ~ Carl Sagan
307:Even if animal experimentation was proved to be of value, it would be morally wrong. ~ George Bernard Shaw
308:Experimente! Ou, como dizem os Evangelistas de Scrum (Scrumologists), Inspecione & Adapte! ~ Anonymous
309:I do not believe that it could never be justifiable to experiment on a brain-damaged human. ~ Peter Singer
310:Life is short, art long, opportunity fleeting, experiment uncertain, and judgment difficult. ~ Hippocrates
311:Spaceflight isn't just about doing experiments, it's about an extension of human culture. ~ Chris Hadfield
312:The idea of experimenting with machines to create art was always something I tinkered with. ~ Reggie Watts
313:We learn from history as much as a rabbit learns from an experiment that's performed upon it. ~ W G Sebald
314:Why do you kids say you’re experimenting with drugs? You’re experimenting with ill health. ~ Bob Colacello
315:You have a right to experiment with your life. You will make mistakes. And they are right too. ~ Anais Nin
316:But the best demonstration by far is experience, if it go not beyond the actual experiment. ~ Francis Bacon
317:Cephalopods are evolution’s only experiment in big brains outside of the vertebrates. ~ Peter Godfrey Smith
318:Chicken fizz! O Lord, protect all of us who toil in the vineyards of experimental chemistry! ~ Alan Bradley
319:I experimented with weed, Ecstasy, mushrooms and mescaline for about a year and a half. ~ Melissa Joan Hart
320:I'm not saying I'd already done anything, actually, but I'd passed my experimental streak. ~ Chrissie Hynde
321:Life would be indeed easier if the experimentalists would only pause for a little while! ~ Rudolph A Marcus
322:Mathematics is an experimental science, and definitions do not come first, but later on. ~ Oliver Heaviside
323:Nature holds no brief for the human experiment; it must stand or fall by its results. ~ George Bernard Shaw
324:Reason has so many forms that we do not know which to choose-Experiment has no fewer. ~ Michel de Montaigne
325:You will in the future hear me on a pop album, but that's just the experimental side of me. ~ Dave Lombardo
326:How could youths better learn to live than by at once trying the experiment of living? ~ Henry David Thoreau
327:how important it is to stay true to yourself even in the midst of an adventure or experiment. ~ Piper Kerman
328:I like to try anything... You have to do the experiments to find out what the formulas are. ~ Jerry Seinfeld
329:Innovation thrives on creativity and experimentation, but it also requires thoughtful pruning. ~ Laszlo Bock
330:One of the nice things about science fiction is that it lets us carry out thought experiments. ~ Rudy Rucker
331:Science is not about making predictions or performing experiments. Science is about explaining. ~ Bill Gaede
332:We used to fight to the death but we tried the experiment, rolled the dice and like we got. ~ Anthony Kiedis
333:Although the prime numbers are rigidly determined, they somehow feel like experimental data. ~ Timothy Gowers
334:America is about to turn the page on Barack Obama's four-year experiment in big government. ~ Mitch McConnell
335:As an actor, you have to be open to doing things where you look stupid, to be experimental. ~ Jesse Eisenberg
336:But, you know, I was experimenting. You know, discovering the secrets of the universe. ~ Benjamin Alire S enz
337:El hecho de que la gente experimente cosas no significa que tenga ninguna capacidad de reflexión, ~ Anonymous
338:I like to be in the laboratory with the doors closed. I like experimenting and trying things. ~ Nigel Godrich
339:Many such experiments taught me that the real seat of taste was not the tongue but the mind. ~ Mahatma Gandhi
340:The art is long, life is short, opportunity fleeting, experiment dangerous, judgment difficult. ~ Hippocrates
341:The experimenter who does not know what he is looking for will not understand what he finds. ~ Claude Bernard
342:The observer listens to nature: the experimenter questions and forces her to reveal herself. ~ Georges Cuvier
343:The real measure of success is the number of experiments that can be crowded into 24 hours. ~ Thomas A Edison
344:There has never been a great film unless it was created in the spirit of the experimental filmmaker. ~ Len Lye
345:The test of all knowledge is experiment. Experiment is the sole judge of scientific truth. ~ Richard P Feynman
346:The women's movement is a non-hierarchical one. It does things collectively and experimentally. ~ Robin Morgan
347:we were much more likely to run experiments on our customers than we were to cater to their whims. ~ Eric Ries
348:America - a great social and economic experiment, noble in motive and far-reaching in purpose. ~ Herbert Hoover
349:Experimental psychologists use two gold standards: probability theory, and decision theory. ~ Eliezer Yudkowsky
350:Experiment is the only means of knowledge at our disposal. Everything else is poetry, imagination. ~ Max Planck
351:How far is truth susceptible of embodiment? That is the question, that is the experiment. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche
352:If you double the number of experiments you do per year you're going to double your inventiveness. ~ Jeff Bezos
353:I would trade all my experimental works for the single idea of the benzene theory. ~ August Wilhelm von Hofmann
354:No amount of experimentation can ever prove me right; a single experiment can prove me wrong. ~ Albert Einstein
355:The value of experimentation is not the trying. It's the trying again after the experiment fails. ~ Simon Sinek
356:America was born of revolt, flourished in dissent, became great through experimentation. ~ Henry Steele Commager
357:Anyone who puts on a crown, even if only as an
experiment, will end up looking for a kingdom. ~ Ahmed Saadawi
358:Becoming acutely lonely, the experiment found, was as stressful as experiencing a physical attack. ~ Johann Hari
359:If you call failures experiments, you can put them in your resume and claim them as achievements. ~ Mason Cooley
360:I'm sort of an experimenter; I thought it'd be interesting to play around and see what's there. ~ Corbin Bernsen
361:Never assume,’ he used to say, during experiments, ‘because to assume makes an ASS out of U and ME. ~ Paula Daly
362:Rama’s experiments suggest that some metaphors can be understood as mild forms of synesthesia. In ~ Jaron Lanier
363:Science is a combination of theory and experiment and the two together are how you make progress. ~ Lisa Randall
364:THE FRAMEWORK: • Identify the routine • Experiment with rewards • Isolate the cue • Have a plan ~ Charles Duhigg
365:The ocean is dying, and we have no place to escape to if this experiment doesn't go in our favor. ~ Sylvia Earle
366:There is no such thing as a failed experiment, only experiments with unexpected outcomes. ~ R Buckminster Fuller
367:Better abolish pulpits than fill them with men who have no experimental knowledge of what they teach. ~ Anonymous
368:Experiment escorts us last-
His pungent company
will not allow an axiom
An opportunity ~ Emily Dickinson
369:Experiments that crash atoms together could start a chain reaction that erodes everything on Earth. ~ Martin Rees
370:His departure gave Catherine the first experimental conviction that a loss may be sometimes a gain. ~ Jane Austen
371:I was a big fan of Middle Eastern elements of music and experimental electronic and tribal sounds. ~ Adam Lambert
372:¿Por qué te vas a meter en una diminuta caja de identidad pudiendo experimentar tu infinidad? ~ Elizabeth Gilbert
373:The credo of experimental science remains that an absence of evidence is not evidence of absence. ~ Frans de Waal
374:To make great ideas a reality, we must act, experiment, fail, adapt, and learn on a daily basis. ~ Jocelyn K Glei
375:Aquel que se suba a su embarcación y se lance al agua, va a experimentar lo que es navegar en realidad. ~ Anonymous
376:A theory can be proved by experiment; but no path leads from experiment to the birth of a theory. ~ Albert Einstein
377:a well-conceived experiment was like setting the table beautifully and inviting Truth to dinner. ~ T Colin Campbell
378:Creativity needs a bit of untidiness. Make everything too neat and there is no room for experiment. ~ Charles Handy
379:Do not put too much confidence in experimental results until they have been confirmed by theory. ~ Arthur Eddington
380:Every aspect of life is an experiment that can be better understood if it is perceived in that way. ~ John Brockman
381:Experimentei algo que depois, ao longo de minha vida, se repetiu frequentemente: a alegria do novo ~ Elena Ferrante
382:I can envision observations and experiments that would disprove any evolutionary theory I know. ~ Stephen Jay Gould
383:I don't place much faith in my intuitions, except as a starting place for designing experiments. ~ Elizabeth Spelke
384:I never experiment with anything in my books. Experimentation means you don't know what you're doing. ~ Paul Auster
385:Mysticism is an eclectic mixture of various forms of self-discovery that's primarily experimental. ~ Frederick Lenz
386:Over the next four years, we will be bold. We will be willing to experiment. We will not fear failure. ~ Matt Blunt
387:Para eso se es joven, para probar cosas, para experimentar. Para eso y para desafiarlo todo. ~ Jordi Sierra i Fabra
388:Every cold empirick, when his heart is expanded by a successful experiment, swells into a theorist. ~ Samuel Johnson
389:Everything is an experiment until it has a deadline. That gives it a destination, context, and a reason. ~ Brian Eno
390:I always begin my stories as experiments - on large yellow tablets - a mixture of writing and sketching. ~ Bill Peet
391:Kids will not listen to that. They're going to experiment no matter what, so you have to be honest. ~ Jenny McCarthy
392:Por mais que uma vida seja longa, não vejo sentido em experimentá-la sem a sensação de estar viva. ~ Haruki Murakami
393:Revolution cleanses men, improving them as the experimental farmer corrects the defects of his plants. ~ Che Guevara
394:Right. Isn’t that how science works?” Redwing grinned. “If you don’t understand, do an experiment. ~ Gregory Benford
395:Single life should be experimental in nature and open to accidents. Some accidents are happy ones. ~ Barbara Holland
396:To truly live a creative life means that you will need to experiment in as many different fields as possible. ~ Moby
397:un misionero entregado experimenta el gusto de ser un manantial, que desborda y refresca a los demás. ~ Pope Francis
398:You say I sucked at the Oscars. I was a genius at the Oscars. That was experimental tuxedo sleep art. ~ James Franco
399:All significant achievement comes from daring from experiment from the willingness to risk failure. ~ Sydney J Harris
400:Any living cell carries with it the experience of a billion years of experimentation by its ancestors. ~ Max Delbruck
401:Happily, at forty-six I still feel as experimental and on the verge of getting at the truth as ever. ~ Virginia Woolf
402:I'm always experimenting and trying different things. That's what keeps it fun and encourages growth. ~ Charles Soule
403:It is an acknowledged truth in philosophy that a just theory will always be confirmed by experiment. ~ Thomas Malthus
404:It is as foolish to make experiments upon the constancy of a friend, as upon the chastity of a wife. ~ Samuel Johnson
405:I wanted to understand the secrets behind my chemical experiments and behind the processes in nature. ~ Richard Ernst
406:Managers must see themselves as experimenters who lead learning, not dictators who impose control. ~ Peter R Scholtes
407:One of the ways of stopping science would be only to do experiments in the region where you know the law. ~ Anonymous
408:The long experiment with professional politicians and professional government is over, and it failed. ~ Newt Gingrich
409:The military is not a social experiment. The purpose of the military is kill people and break things. ~ Mike Huckabee
410:The smaller the group, the more trial and error and experimenting you can do. I do a lot of garbage. ~ Pipilotti Rist
411:Touring is really a weird social experiment, even though everyone thinks it's a party every day. ~ Babatunde Adebimpe
412:Well, we spend an awful lot of our time working and doing experiments. It's very busy up on the shuttle. ~ Sally Ride
413:With limited time or opportunity to experiment, we intentionally narrow our choices to those at the top. ~ Seth Godin
414:All history is the experimental refutation of the theory of the so-called moral order of things. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche
415:A metaphysical conclusion is either a false conclusion or a concealed experimental conclusion. ~ Hermann von Helmholtz
416:An idea sparked in the 1960s, a thought experiment, an amusing haiku, is now a thing of metal and glass. ~ Janna Levin
417:Better not perceive yourselves too high, O humans.
We only value mankind as our experimentation object. ~ Toba Beta
418:Every cold empirick, when his heart is expanded by a successful experiment, swells into a theorist... ~ Samuel Johnson
419:I am frequently astonished that it so often results in correct predictions of experimental results. ~ Murray Gell Mann
420:I'm not playing!' Sophie retorted indignantly, 'I'm doing a very important philosophical experiment! ~ Jostein Gaarder
421:Life is short, science is long; opportunity is elusive, experiment is dangerous, judgement is difficult. ~ Hippocrates
422:Our success at Amazon is a function of how many experiments we do per year, per month, per week, per day. ~ Jeff Bezos
423:The best scientific way to discover if one factor influences another is to do a controlled experiment. ~ Alison Gopnik
424:The Progressive Blues Experiment, Johnny Winter... and Still Alive and Well is my favorite rock record ~ Johnny Winter
425:What good is an idea if it remains an idea? Try. Experiment. Iterate. Fail. Try again. Change the world. ~ Simon Sinek
426:You cannot acquire experience by making experiments. You cannot create experience. You must undergo it. ~ Albert Camus
427:You must be ready to give up even the most attractive ideas when experiment shows them to be wrong. ~ Alessandro Volta
428:You must come to Copenhagen to work with us. We like people who can actually perform thought experiments! ~ Niels Bohr
429:You need courage to say the experiments must be wrong. I will explain where that courage comes from later. ~ Anonymous
430:É como se ela tivesse nascido para sentir e experimentar o mundo de forma mais intensa do que todos nós. ~ Mitch Cullin
431:El misterio de la vida no es problema que hay que resolver, sino una realidad que hay que experimentar. ~ Frank Herbert
432:Every experiment, by multitudes or by individuals, that has a sensual and selfish aim, will fail. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
433:I'm proud of myself that I had the courage to experiment with crazy hairstyles and some fashion things. ~ John Slattery
434:No experiment ever conducted has ever revealed an object of any form reaching the speed of light. ~ Neil deGrasse Tyson
435:Nonviolence, applied to very large masses of mankind, is a new experiment in the history of the world. ~ Mahatma Gandhi
436:[Retirement] is a dangerous experiment, and generally ends in either drunkenness or hypochrondriacism. ~ Erasmus Darwin
437:The Dark Ages were a massive experiment in the back-to-the-land hippy lifestyle (without the trust fund): ~ Matt Ridley
438:The goal of every startup experiment is to discover how to build a sustainable business around that vision. ~ Eric Ries
439:The tradition of the new. Yesterday's avant-gard-experiment is today's chic and tomorrow's cliche. ~ Richard Hofstadter
440:Definiciones de Mulla Do-Piaza
Emocionalista: un hombre o mujer que cree haber experimentado lo divino. ~ Idries Shah
441:Developing your authentic voice is the result of lifelong layers of learning, experimentation, and failure. ~ Todd Henry
442:I come from a background of experimental music which mingled real sounds together with musical sounds. ~ Ennio Morricone
443:I really dislike it when people talk about "experimental," because any good writer is experimental. ~ John Edgar Wideman
444:I think some of this fascination with the 'Arab Spring' is just a grand experiment with Israel's survival. ~ John Bolton
445:It's much easier on the emotions when one sees life as an experiment rather than a struggle for popularity. ~ Criss Jami
446:Nadie puede experimentar en cabeza ajena. Pero la literatura brinda esa espectacular y única posibilidad. ~ Benito Taibo
447:The child which overbalances itself in learning to walk is experimenting on the law of gravity. ~ William Stanley Jevons
448:The Soviet failure revealed itself much more gradually: it was a pathological inability to experiment. The ~ Tim Harford
449:When I was in England I experimented with marijuana a time or two, and I didn't like it. I didn't inhale. ~ Bill Clinton
450:Wouldn’t you agree that we are all ‘created’ and all of our lives are . . . ‘experiments’ to some degree? ~ James Morris
451:A book on the new physics, if not purely descriptive of experimental work, must essentially be mathematical. ~ Paul Dirac
452:Apenas quem já experimentou a frustração da derrota consegue saborear com plenitude a alegria da vitória ~ Takehiko Inoue
453:If you cannot saw with a file or file with a saw, then you will be no good as an experimentalist. ~ Augustin Jean Fresnel
454:I have been trying all my life to like Scotchmen, and am obliged to desist from the experiment in despair. ~ Charles Lamb
455:In real life, as well as in experiments, people can come to believe things that never really happened. ~ Elizabeth Loftus
456:In the Lean Startup model, an experiment is more than just a theoretical inquiry; it is also a first product. ~ Eric Ries
457:I think of myself as an experimentalist even though much of my music sounds logical and normal, in a sense. ~ Paul Lansky
458:Los verdaderos grandes hombres deben de experimentar, a mi entender, una gran tristeza en este mundo ~ Fyodor Dostoyevsky
459:Most important, a disciplined team can experiment with its own working style and draw meaningful conclusions. ~ Eric Ries
460:Sentí antes de pensar: tal es el destino común de la humanidad, que yo experimenté más que nadie. ~ Jean Jacques Rousseau
461:A lot of it's experimental, spontaneous. It's about knocking about in the studio and bumping into things. ~ Richard Prince
462:Every great inspiration is but an experiment - though every experiment we know, is not a great inspiration. ~ Charles Ives
463:Experimenting with different sounds is great, but when it comes down to it, you're still playing a guitar. ~ Scott Putesky
464:Goldstein found that on average, the people in his experiment “enjoy more expensive wines slightly less. ~ Steven D Levitt
465:If you give people literacy, bad ideas can be attacked and experiments tried, and lessons will accumulate. ~ Steven Pinker
466:Invadiu-me o desejo quase doloroso de beijar aquela mulher,uma ânsia como nunca tinha experimentado... ~ Carlos Ruiz Zaf n
467:Musicians tend to get bored playing the same thing over and over, so I think it's natural to experiment. ~ Dimebag Darrell
468:The modern concept of the vacuum of space, confirmed every day by experiment, is a relativistic ether. ~ Robert B Laughlin
469:The right to err, which means the freedom to try experiments, is the universal condition of all progress. ~ Mahatma Gandhi
470:The time has come to end the deadly experiment of disarming peaceable, law-abiding citizens near schools. ~ Steve Stockman
471:Wondered about the experimental drugs interacting with airborne chemicals and leaving me unexpectedly dead. ~ Graham Parke
472:A series of experimental tortures that increased the misery of her days without increasing the number of them. ~ John Green
473:Developmental scientists like me explore the basic science of learning by designing controlled experiments. ~ Alison Gopnik
474:Experiment is actually doing the art. That's the experiment and then you get to experience the experiment. ~ Robert Glasper
475:Ideas do not always come in a flash but by diligent trial-and-error experiments that take time and thought. ~ Charles K Kao
476:So I feel that the experimental verdict is in: the world is weird, and we just have to learn to live with it. ~ Max Tegmark
477:The experimentation that I do has a lot to do with tunes and pitches and ways that melodies are put together. ~ Paul Lansky
478:The most superior of scientific goals is to embrace a maximum of experiment with a minimum of hypotheses. ~ Albert Einstein
479:The only thing worse than the failure of this massive global development experiment, would be its success. ~ Wolfgang Sachs
480:What we clearly need is experimentation with market reforms and private delivery options [in health care]. ~ Stephen Harper
481:A Californian firm called Morning Star Tomatoes has been experimenting with ‘self-management’ for two decades. ~ Matt Ridley
482:All my experiments in Ahimsa have taught me that nonviolence in practice means common labour with the body. ~ Mahatma Gandhi
483:Democracy is always an unfinished experiment, testing the capacity of each generation to live freedom nobly. ~ George Weigel
484:Dow Chemical has experimented with this concept in Europe, and DuPont is taking up this idea vigorously. ~ William McDonough
485:Green Screen was a total experiment. I'm glad we did it, but it was just tough on that network to get it going. ~ Drew Carey
486:Mathematical physics is in the first place physics and it could not exist without experimental investigations. ~ Peter Debye
487:My purpose is to describe experiments in the science ofsatyagraha and not at all to describe how good I am. ~ Mahatma Gandhi
488:The thing that's good about Hip Hop is that it has experimented with a lot of different sounds and music. ~ Afrika Bambaataa
489:They had not yet attained the stupefying boredom of omnipotence; their experiments did not always succeed. ~ Arthur C Clarke
490:With limited time or opportunity to experiment, we intentionally narrow our choices to those at the top. You’re ~ Seth Godin
491:All we want is to be treated like human beings, and not to be patronized, or experimented on like guinea pigs. ~ Winona Ryder
492:An experiment is a question which science poses to Nature and a measurement is the recording of Nature's answer. ~ Max Planck
493:Every experiment destroys some of the knowledge of the system which was obtained by previous experiments. ~ Werner Heisenberg
494:Experiment is the sole source of truth. It alone can teach us something new; it alone can give us certainty. ~ Henri Poincare
495:I'm not an experimental artist. I have no talent for that. I need a certain kind of antecedent form to follow. ~ Tony Kushner
496:I was never trying to be experimental or anti-anything; I was always trying to be real to things I was feeling. ~ Nina Menkes
497:There are relatively few experiments in atomic physics these days that don't involve the use of a laser. ~ Eric Allin Cornell
498:The work on [polio] prevention was long delayed by... misleading experimental models of the disease in monkeys ~ Albert Sabin
499:Too often, chefs just want to experiment - they want to use liquid nitrogen before they know how to use heat. ~ Tom Colicchio
500:A theory with mathematical beauty is more likely to be correct than an ugly one that fits some experimental data. ~ Paul Dirac

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  237 Integral Yoga
   50 Occultism
   31 Christianity
   29 Fiction
   22 Psychology
   22 Philosophy
   14 Science
   13 Poetry
   8 Integral Theory
   4 Education
   3 Yoga
   2 Theosophy
   2 Mythology
   1 Philsophy
   1 Hinduism
   1 Alchemy


  129 The Mother
   97 Sri Aurobindo
   83 Satprem
   52 Nolini Kanta Gupta
   30 H P Lovecraft
   30 Aleister Crowley
   23 Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
   20 Carl Jung
   11 A B Purani
   6 Friedrich Nietzsche
   5 Plato
   5 Jordan Peterson
   5 Aldous Huxley
   4 Saint Augustine of Hippo
   4 Plotinus
   4 Franz Bardon
   3 Rudolf Steiner
   3 Nirodbaran
   3 Jorge Luis Borges
   3 James George Frazer
   2 Swami Krishnananda
   2 Robert Browning
   2 Ovid
   2 Jorge Luis Borges
   2 George Van Vrekhem
   2 Edgar Allan Poe
   2 Alice Bailey


   21 Magick Without Tears
   17 Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 01
   13 The Life Divine
   13 The Future of Man
   12 Essays In Philosophy And Yoga
   12 Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 07
   11 Savitri
   11 Evening Talks With Sri Aurobindo
   11 Essays Divine And Human
   10 The Human Cycle
   10 Questions And Answers 1950-1951
   10 Liber ABA
   9 Record of Yoga
   9 Agenda Vol 10
   9 Agenda Vol 02
   8 The Practice of Psycho therapy
   8 The Phenomenon of Man
   8 Questions And Answers 1957-1958
   8 Questions And Answers 1956
   8 Questions And Answers 1954
   8 Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 04
   8 Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 03
   7 The Synthesis Of Yoga
   7 Agenda Vol 08
   7 Agenda Vol 07
   7 Agenda Vol 05
   7 Agenda Vol 04
   7 Agenda Vol 03
   6 Questions And Answers 1953
   6 On Thoughts And Aphorisms
   6 Letters On Yoga IV
   5 The Perennial Philosophy
   5 The Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious
   5 Sri Aurobindo or the Adventure of Consciousness
   5 Maps of Meaning
   5 Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 02
   4 Walden
   4 The Practice of Magical Evocation
   4 Questions And Answers 1955
   4 On the Way to Supermanhood
   4 Mysterium Coniunctionis
   4 Labyrinths
   4 Agenda Vol 11
   4 Agenda Vol 09
   4 Agenda Vol 06
   4 Agenda Vol 01
   4 A Garden of Pomegranates - An Outline of the Qabalah
   3 Words Of Long Ago
   3 Twilight of the Idols
   3 Twelve Years With Sri Aurobindo
   3 Thus Spoke Zarathustra
   3 The Secret Doctrine
   3 The Golden Bough
   3 Plotinus - Complete Works Vol 02
   3 On Education
   3 City of God
   3 Aion
   3 Agenda Vol 13
   2 The Study and Practice of Yoga
   2 The Essentials of Education
   2 Sex Ecology Spirituality
   2 Selected Fictions
   2 Preparing for the Miraculous
   2 Poe - Poems
   2 Metamorphoses
   2 Letters On Yoga I
   2 Letters On Poetry And Art
   2 Browning - Poems
   2 A Treatise on Cosmic Fire
   2 Agenda Vol 12


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