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|God is clever, but not dishonest. - Einstein, Albert God is subtle, but He is not |
malicious. I cannot believe that God plays dice with the world. - Einstein, Albert '
Tis the old secret of the gods that they come in low disguises. - Emerson, Ralph ...
|God is subtle, but He is not malicious. I cannot believe that God plays dice with |
the world. - Einstein, Albert In a healthy nation there is a kind of dramatic balance
between the will of the people and the government, which prevents its ...
|Even so, one can just as well hold God responsible for the existence of the devil |
as for the evil he personified. — SIGMUND ... FRIEDRICH NIETZSCHE God is
subtle, but he is not malicious I cannot believe that God plays dice with the world.
|In the mid- Twenties, however, came the shattering moment when the greatest |
physicist in the world suddenly became isolated from his fellow physicists. By the
... 'I cannot believe God plays dice', or "God is subtle, but he is not malicious'.
|They saw his views as truth for the world of physics, as indeed they were. ... He |
was given to making such remarks as, “God is subtle, but He is not malicious.” He
also said the well-known, “God does not play dice with the universe. ... The
influence of Darwin had caused the world to believe in a natural universe that is
dynamic and emerging, one that leaves behind the old principles and forever ...
One cannot, simply by making a short speech, alter the laws that God has built
|Religious thought is an attempt, he said, "to find out where there is no door." 3. ... |
of quantum theory as the proper basis of an understanding of physics, he said, "I
cannot believe God plays dice with the universe." 4. He once summed up his
general outlook on the world by saying, "God is subtle, but he is not malicious." 5.
|What did Einstein himself think of the concept of a Creator and a Sustainer of the |
universe? He said: God is subtle, but He is not malicious. I cannot believe that
God plays dice with the universe. ... "For God so loved the world that He gave His
only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have ...
|E I N s T e i N The true value of a human being is determined the measure and |
the sense in which he has attained liherationfivrn the self E ... An unlettered
person blessed with a pint-sized deity might think Einstein was an atheist. ... play
dice with the cosmos,” and “God is subtle, but he is not malicious”—to which Bohr
retorted “Stop telling God what to do! ... But if you ask me to prove what I believe, I
|Albert Einstein may not have hypothesized a deity, but he often mentioned God. |
... But that he would choose to play dice with the world ... is something that I
cannot believe for a single moment. ... "The Lord is subtle, but malicious he is not.
|But to an astronaut, going at near the ^ame speed, where time would be reduced |
to the one day to a thousand year ratio, the 10 billion years ... indicate that he did
come to believe that without God, the universe would still be without form and
void: "God is subtle, but He is not malicious. " "I cannot believe that God plays
dice with the universe. ... by the grace of God " In spite of exploding scientific
knowledge in the Atomic-Space Age, only God is able to save this world from