Quote by Martin Fleischmann
I think you know that I classify science as British science, American science, and everybody else.
This quote implies that the speaker perceives scientific progress as a product of national identities, suggesting a bias towards British and American contributions. It implies that science achievements from other nations are less significant or noteworthy. This viewpoint may stem from an ethnocentric perspective or a belief in the superiority of specific scientific communities. However, such a narrow classification overlooks the collaborative and global nature of scientific advancements, which draw from diverse backgrounds, cultures, and regions.
People say that what we're all seeking is a meaning for life... I think that what we're really seeking is an experience of being alive, so that our life experiences on the purely physical plane will have resonance within our innermost being and reality, so that we can actually feel the rapture of being alive.