By Jeff Kirkpatrick
January 7, 2017
“In the long run, there are no secrets, in science. The universe will not cooperate in a cover-up.” -Arthur C. Clark.
Nobel Prize recipient Richard Feynman said that “scientists should not only tell what’s true but…make clear all the information that is required for somebody else who is intelligent to make up their mind” about how to use a technology. He also said that technology “carries with it no instructions on how to use it, whether to use it for good or for evil” and that how to control technology “is something not so scientific and is not something that the scientist knows so much about.”
Two of his more well-known quotes were: “I can live with doubt and uncertainty and not knowing. I think it’s much more interesting to live not knowing than to have answers which might be wrong” and “Science is the…
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