Nature conceals her secrets because she is sublime, not because she is a trickster.
- Albert Einstein, attributed by the American Museum of Natural History (a reliable site, I’ll wager), quoted at the exhibit on Einstein, 2002-2003
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Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.
(The Life of Reason, vol. 1: Reason in Common Sense)
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