We only know a tiny proportion about the complexity of the natural world. Wherever you look, there are still things we don’t know about and don’t understand. [...] There are always new things to find out if you go looking for them.
Books, on the other hand … you borrow from a library until you find the book you love, and then you keep it. The library won’t let you borrow more books until you return it, but you never return it because you’ll never need any other book
You have a lot to explore beyond this cottage if you want to know everything about the world. Explore until your heart is full, Belle. And then explore some more.
While astronomers have been pleasuring themselves with Space, I have been exploring the biological science of insane masturbators.
At a deeper level what this whole exchange revealed to me was something disturbing about the way science works. I hadn't quite grasped the role of fear before. But I could see it in action everywhere here: fear of being 'noticed and monitored by colleagues,' fear of unwanted negative celebrity, fear of indignity, fear of loss of reputation, fear of loss of career--and not for committing some terrible crime but simply for exploring unorthodox possibilities and undertaking 'somewhat controversial research' into what everyone agrees were extraordinary events 12,800 years ago. Worse still, this pervasive state of fear has somehow ingrained itself so deeply into the fabric of science that those who have embraced unorthodox possibilities themselves are often among the least willing to consider unorthodox possibilities embraced by others--lest by doing so they 'contaminate' their own preferred unorthodoxy. How will it ever be possible to discover the truth about the past when so much fear gets in the way?
An enterprise that is constantly exploring new horizons is likely to have a competitive advantage in attracting and retaining talent.
'Ghost Canoe' takes place on the storm-tossed tip of Washington's Olympic Peninsula, where I spent a lot of time hiking and exploring.
I just like climbing things and exploring.
Ever since I've been a kid, I've always been about running around, climbing trees, exploring.
I'm especially drawn to the sand dunes. I love driving around and exploring them by dune buggy.
I'm experimental by nature... always exploring my creativity.
I've spent quite a bit of time working on wind turbines and exploring control systems and photovoltaic and integration system.
Exploring the unknown requires tolerating uncertainty.
Even if you don't believe in God, exploring fully the idea of a god or gods should pose no threat to you.