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|Wordsworth “Nature and wisdom always say the same.” — “Never does nature |
say one thing and wisdom another.” — Juvenal “Nature always tends to act in the
simplest way.” — Bernoulli “Nature teaches more than she preaches.” —John ...
|Barton, Bruce Nature... is nothing but the inner voice of self-interest. - Baudelaire, |
Charles Nature always tends to act in the simplest way. - Bernoulli I look upon all
creatures equally; none are less dear to me and none more dear. But those ...
|Nature always tends to act in the simplest way. — Daniel Bernoulli 1700-1782 |
Daniel Bernoulli was a Swedish mathematician and scientist. Nature... She
pardons no mistakes. Her yea is yea, and her nay, nay. —Ralph Waldo Emerson
|Nature always tends to act in the simplest way—Bernoulli (In nature,) nothing is |
lacking and nothing is superfluous—Leonardo da Vinci Look deep into nature
and you will understand everything—Albert Einstein Biomimetics means
|How Mathematicians Discovered Many Clever Ways to Make Things as Small (or |
as Large) as Possible Paul J. Nahin ... Nature always tends to act in the simplest
way [certainly Bernoulli would say this, since he had used Fermat's principle of ...
|—Beverly Nichols II1VII1 We cannot think too highly of our nature, or too humbly |
of ourselves. —Colton II1VII1 And how should a beautiful, ... —Carl Sandburg m
V In Nature always tends to act in the simplest way. —Bernoulli IHVII1 Por me, ...
Bernhelm Booß-Bavnbek, Giampiero Esposito, Matthias Lesch - 2010 - Preview
|Physics history has not always attributed the best credentials to explaining |
phenomena by abstract constructions. ... Nature always tends to act in the
simplest way, and so it here lets one curve serve two different functions, while
under any ...
|Nature always tends to act in the simplest way, and so it here lets one curve |
serve two different functions, while under any other hypothesis we should need
two curves, one for tautochronic oscillations, the other for the most rapid fall.
|In the World, Descartes begins to connect physical principles with God's creative |
act, and thus the laws of nature with God's immutability and simplicity. All bodies
tend to move in straight lines because God acts in the simplest way possible: I
shall add as a third rule that, when a ... it can never make any movement that is
not in some way circular, nevertheless each of its parts individually tends always
|we've measured them and found that they are the same length: In the same way, |
knowing that, all things considered, eating ... we'll see her apparent curve get
shallower and less bowed; often we'll see her act exactly as if she discounted
future ... If a person could learn to change the discount curve she was born with,
there would always be a strong incentive to do so as ... HOW UTILITY THEORY
CAN PREDICT INCONSISTENCY The most basic implication is that you'll tend to
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