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    Maybe there's some unquenchable question that I keep asking the universe that I can't get an answer to.
    — Wayne Coyne
    Children of God should not make a general confession by acknowledging their innumerable sins in a vague manner, because such confession does not provide conscience opportunity to do its perfect work. They ought to allow the Holy Spirit through their conscience to point out their sins one by one. Christians must accept its reproach and be willing, according to the mind of the Spirit, to eliminate everything which is contrary to God.
    — Watchman Nee
    If one's conscience is willing to confess whatever sins have been committed, including the sin of unbelief, it will be sorrowful in a godly way, earnestly desiring the mercy of God.
    — Watchman Nee
    tags: mercy  conscience  god  sin 
    It should not be forgotten that art is not a science where the latest 'correct' theory declares the old to be false and erases it.
    — Wassily Kandinsky
    Science is not gadgetry.
    — Warren Weaver
    We keep, in science, getting a more and more sophisticated view of our essential ignorance.
    — Warren Weaver
    tags: ignorance 
    Every new discovery of science is a further 'revelation' of the order which God has built into His universe.
    — Warren Weaver
    tags: discovery  god  universe 
    Tailoring the facts to fit one's theory constitutes neither good science nor good journalism. Rather, it is intellectually dishonest and, when published for consumption by a mass audience, adds up to propaganda.
    — Ward Churchill
    tags: facts 
    I have this amateur side attraction to, and interest in, the sciences and biology and physics and evolution. Paleontology is of interest to me. I'm interested in the way these fields have helped us understand how we are human and why we are human. I'm also from the area that is considered to be the cradle of mankind.
    — Wangechi Mutu
    As a scientist I cannot say we don't want to hear anything about GMOs, because these are advances in science. But I think its also important, especially when you are dealing with food, to be cautious.
    — Wangari Maathai
    tags: food  scientist 
    Actually, I majored in marketing and I have a bachelor of science.
    — Wanda Sykes
    tags: marketing 
    Many applications of the coincidence method will therefore be found in the large field of nuclear physics, and we can say without exaggeration that the method is one of the essential tools of the modern nuclear physicist.
    — Walther Bothe
    tags: physics  nuclear 
    The universe is random. It's not inevitable. It's simple chaos. It's subatomic particles in endless, aimless collision. That's what science teaches us, but what is this saying? What is it telling us, when on the very night that this man's daughter dies, it's me who's having a drink with him? How can that be random?
    — Walter White
    tags: night  chaos  die  universe  daughter 
    Fantasy deals with the immeasurable while science-fiction deals with the measurable.
    — Walter Wangerin
    tags: fantasy 
    True law, the code of justice, the essence of our sensations of right and wrong, is the conscience of society. It has taken thousands of years to develop, and it is the greatest, the most distinguishing quality which has developed with mankind ... If we can touch God at all, where do we touch him save in the conscience? And what is the conscience of any man save his little fragment of the conscience of all men in all time?
    — Walter Van Tilburg Clark
    Wounds sustained for the sake of conscience carry their own balsam with the blow.
    — Walter Scott
    tags: conscience 
    I don't have a ticker-tape machine in my office.
    — Walter Schloss
    tags: machine 
    A man's vanity tells him what is honor, a man's conscience what is justice.
    — Walter Savage Landor
    The universe gives to those who ask without favor. The electric plug which connects you is desire.
    — Walter Russell
    tags: desires  universe 
    The cardinal error of science lies in shutting the Creator out of His Creation.
    — Walter Russell
    tags: lies  creation 
    Joy and happiness are the indicators of balance in a human machine...An inner joyousness, amounting to ecstasy, is the normal condition of the genius mind. Any lack of that joyousness develops body-destroying toxins. That inner ecstasy of the mind is the secret fountain of perpetual youth and strength in any man. He who finds it finds omnipotence and omniscience.
    — Walter Russell
    Science has great skills, great reasoning and great intelligence in combining effects. It knows HOW to do many things but it admittedly does not know the WHY of anything.
    — Walter Russell
    tags: intelligence 
    Tilth is something every farmer can recognize but no scientist can measure.
    — Walter Russell
    tags: scientist 
    God divides the stillness of His omnipresent Oneness into mated pairs, and simultaneously multiplies their power to simulate His omnipotence and omniscience through fast centripetal motion. He then unites His mated pairs to simulate His Oneness, and simultaneously multiplies their speed of centrifugal motion until they disappear into His omnipresent stillness.
    — Walter Russell
    tags: power  god 
    A scientist who cannot prove what he has accomplished, has accomplished nothing.
    — Walter Reisch
    tags: scientist 
    The ultimate aim of all science is to penetrate the unknown.
    — Walter Reisch
    Don't you see what's at stake here? The ultimate aim of all science to penetrate the unknown. Do you realize we know less about the earth we live on than about the stars and the galaxies of outer space? The greatest mystery is right here, right under our feet.
    — Walter Reisch
    tags: live  mystery  earth  star  right 
    For us necessity is not as of old an image without us, with whom we can do warfare; it is a magic web woven through and through us, like that magnetic system of which modern science speaks, penetrating us with a network subtler than our subtlest nerves, yet bearing in it the central forces of the world.
    — Walter Pater
    tags: world  magic 
    I sincerely believe that I have served a criminal. I led my soldiers in good conscience... but for a criminal government.
    — Walter Model
    One major problem with any science is that people who don't know the conceptual history of their field go round re-inventing the elliptical wheel.
    — Walter M. Fitch
    tags: people  problem 
    The radical novelty of modern science lies precisely in the rejection of the belief... that the forces which move the stars and atoms are contingent upon the preferences of the human heart.
    — Walter Lippmann
    tags: belief  heart  lies  human  star  radical 
    Teacher who make Physics boring are criminals
    — Walter Lewin
    tags: physics  criminal 
    Science is defined in various ways, but today it is generally restricted to something which is experimental, which is repeatable, which can be predicted, and which is falsifiable.
    — Walter Lang
    I was fortunate to find an extraordinary mathematics and applied mathematics program in Toronto.
    — Walter Kohn
    tags: mathematics 
    Science fiction readers probably have the gene for novelty, and seem to enjoy a cascade of invention as much as a writer enjoys providing one.
    — Walter Jon Williams
    tags: fiction 
    Even if you only want to write science fiction, you should also read mysteries, poetry, mainstream literature, history, biography, philosophy, and science.
    — Walter Jon Williams
    It is imperative that preachers of today learn how to declare the spritual law of God; for, until we learn how to wound consciences, we shall have no wounds to bind with Gospel bandages.
    — Walter J Chantry
    tags: law  conscience  gospel  learn 
    On the day he unveiled the Macintosh, a reporter from Popular Science asked Jobs what type of market research he had done. Jobs responded by scoffing, "Did Alexander Graham Bell do any market research before he invented the telephone?
    — Walter Isaacson
    tags: job  research 
    The Mona Lisa, to me, is the greatest emotional painting ever done. The way the smile flickers makes it a work of both art and science, because Leonardo understood optics, and the muscles of the lips, and how light strikes the eye - all of it goes into making the Mona Lisa's smile so mysterious and elusive.
    — Walter Isaacson
    tags: work  smile  eyes  emotional  painting 
    Did Alexander Graham Bell do any market research before he invented the telephone?
    — Walter Isaacson
    tags: research 
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