Gregory Benford Quotes

They will do anything for the worker, except become one.

Gregory Benford

Disintegration of structure equals information loss.

Gregory Benford

Any technology that does not appear magical is insufficiently advanced.

Gregory Benford

Modern economics and the welfare state borrowed heavily on the future.

Gregory Benford

The personal was, compared with the tides of great nations, a bothersome detail.

Gregory Benford

It was getting the results that made science worth doing; the accolades were a thin, secondary pleasure.

Gregory Benford

No matter how much you plan for it, the real thing seems curiously, well, unreal.

Gregory Benford

You had to form for yourself a lucid language for the world, to overcome the battering of experience, to replace everyday lifes pain and harshness and wretched dreariness with no not with certainty but with an ignorance you could live with. Deep ignorance, but still a kind that knew its limits. The limits were crucial.

Gregory Benford
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