Quotes on Science and Technology Famous Quotes on Science and Technology

Looking to the future, we can see that technology will continue to evolve and change. Some of the most recent advances in technology include the development of smartphones, artificial intelligence, and 4K televisions. With these advancements, we can expect more amazing things to come in the future. Here are some quotes from future technology that may give you a glimpse into what could be on the horizon.

Quotes on Science and Technology

“The science of today is the technology of tomorrow.” — Edward Teller

“Success is a science; if you have the conditions, you get the result.” — Oscar Wilde

“Science is a prerequisite to the survival of our species. We use it to understand the world and how it works, allowing us to make advancements in how we live. Without science, humans would be much worse off.” — T. S. Eliot

“The good thing about science is that it’s true whether or not you believe in it.” — Neil deGrasse Tyson

“The only difference between me and a madman is that I am not mad.” — Albert Einstein

“The only thing worse than being talked about is not being talked about.” — Oscar Wilde

“The science of the future will be to make the rocks, the trees and the clouds intelligible and give them a human significance.” — George Santayana

“The simple man has no reason to assume that the universe is comprehensible or even intelligible. He does not assume that the universe is understandable, except in so far as it happens to be comprehensible.” — Robert Anton Wilson

“Science is what you can prove if you take it seriously enough; technology is what you can prove if you don’t take it seriously enough.” — Neil deGrasse Tyson

“Science, as we have seen, is a wonderful tool for creating an unfriendly or uninhabitable planet.” — Roger Lewin

“Science and technology have always been intertwined. From the first machines, to the invention of the printing press, science and technology have helped us communicate and learn.” _Alfred P. King

“Science and technology have always been important to human progress. They have allowed us to achieve new heights and achieve new knowledge.” _Kangas

“Science and technology have always been a powerful force for good. They have helped us achieve progress in many areas of our lives.” _John  Leach

“Science and technology are the basis of our modern world.”  _Johnson

“Science and technology have always been a part of humanity. From the invention of irrigation systems to the development of automobiles, they have helped us flourish.” _Alexander

“Science and technology have always been important to humanity. For example, the invention of the printing press allowed for a more open and diverse communication, which led to the Age of Reason.” _Pamela  Turner

“Science and technology are constantly revolving around the search for new ways to improve and apply our knowledge. We are constantly expanding our horizons and understanding of the world around us.” _Mary Evans

“Science and technology have led to some amazing advances in our lives, but they also have allowed us to do so much more than we ever thought possible.” _Sherri  Fleming

“The science of today is the technology of tomorrow; the technology of today is the science of tomorrow.” — Edward Teller

“The most fun you can have with your clothes on.” — Robert Heinlein

Quotes About Science Technology and Society

“Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind.” — Isaac Asimov

“I am not a scientist; I am a technician.” — Unknown

“Science is the only thing that makes possible our having an intelligent space program — which is what we need to do in order to save the Earth.” — Carl Sagan

“Saving the planet may be the ultimate prize of all time, but it will also be our most difficult challenge. Along with this challenge, there is also great excitement. Because we have a real chance — albeit a slim one — to make this world a better place.”

“The major challenge of this century is to create the first worldwide sustainable environment on Earth, so that we do not destroy the only home we have.” — Richard Feynman

“Everyone is entitled to his own opinion, but not his own facts.” — Daniel Patrick Moynihan

“Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted.” — William Bruce Cameron

“Politics is more difficult than physics. A political theory, like a building, must be well constructed.” — P.M.S. Blackett

“Science and technology drive change in the world, making it possible for us to live healthier lives and more safely.” — Mark Twain

“If the environment can be saved from destruction, it will be saved by science and technology, not by morality and ethics alone.” — Stephen Hawking

“Scientific research and technology are constantly evolving and advancing, which is why the two are so important to our society.”— Flannery O’Connor

“Science and technology are the foundation of our society. Without them, we would not be able to achieve our goals.” — P. M. S. Blackett

“Science and technology are essential to our lives. They help us learn how the world works and make our world a better place.”— Lao Tzu

“Science and technology have always been important to humans, and will continue to be so. They allow us to explore new frontiers and improve our understanding of the world around us.”— Thomas L. Friedman

“Science and technology have always been at the forefront of our society, and will continue to be so. through their research and development, we can continue to make advances in our understanding of the world around us.”— Hubert H. Humphrey

“Science helps us understand our world, giving us a better understanding of the world around us. We use science to improve and protect ourselves so that we can continue to live better lives.”— Richard Dawkins

“Even though science and technology are constantly evolving and changing, they are still important to our society, as they allow us to make advancements in so many different areas.”— Albert Einstein

“…We shall require a substantially new manner of thinking if mankind is to survive. It is most urgent that we find out what it is.”—Ralph Waldo Emerson

“My own feeling, without being grounded on a scientific foundation of any kind, is that genius and discovery are moments of illumination. It is more than the sudden turning on of a light.”—John LeConte

“Some people think that our advance in science and technology is only a temporary thing. But I don’t think so.”—Albert Einstein

“[Science and technology] are the lifeblood of our society.”—Al Gore

“We must achieve technological breakthroughs to feed the world, cure disease, to create mass transportation, communication and clean energy.” — Al Gore

“Science is basically a search for understanding. We need a new search that is more inclusive and less reductionist. A new search that is more respectful of the mystery in life.”—Tony Blair

“[Science] is essential to our society, but not without its dangers. Many of our greatest discoveries have come from research and experimentation, but it is easy for this to go too far.”—Palden Jenkins

Famous Quotes on Science and Technology

“I view technology as a tool. And I’m a tool builder. And if people use their tools well, they’re going to have a better world in which to live.” — Steve Jobs

“What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again; there is nothing new under the sun. In fact, there is no new thing under the sun. Is there a thing of which it is said, ‘See, this is new?’ It has already been in ancient times before us.”—Ecclesiastes

“When we have reached the stage where the only remaining scientific secrets are the secrets of the universe itself, then science will have come to an end, and we will enter a new phase of history.” —”Peter Brian Medawar

“If you have a better idea we are not going to buy it! … There is no such thing as a free lunch.” — Thomas Edison

“If I could save the only child of my worries, I’d bite my own hand off.”—Edison

“Science does not teach us how many angels can dance on a pin because it wants us to move on. It teaches us why there are so few.”—Albert Einstein

“The great mistake is to believe that we can understand nature by thinking about it in human language. This is not possible.” — Marie-Louise von Franz

“Science is not only finding out the secrets of Nature, but it is God. It’s the science that will reveal the secrets of God.” —Rashad Khalifa

“Another scientist has gone to Heaven. We are in a sense getting our returned on investment. They see what we’re doing and they go back and tell God.”—Stephen Hawking

“It is not only a waste of time to be angry with a stupid person; it is foolish.” — Buddha

“The man dies in the first whose temper renders his reason useless. — Plato

“If you wish to remain sane, do not attend the science fiction conventions.”—Lorrie Moore

“The idea that human beings could be a product of evolution is so repulsive to many people. … I should like to see the human race survive long enough to be presented with the facts of evolution.”—Neil deGrasse Tyson

“Shall we expect nature to make herself understood, or shall we but try?” — Charles Darwin

“I have no doubt whatsoever about the validity of evolution.” — Barack Obama

“Scientists often fail to communicate their excitement about what they do. It’s understandable: they get so caught up in the obsession of their work that a large part of them is unavailable for the mundane duties of life.” —Richard Dawkins

“The intelligent man does not look for miracles in nature; he looks for them in himself.” — Richard Feynman

“Nature has no beginning and has no ending, she is forever cycling from strength to strength.”— Carl Sagan

“Technology is fundamentally simple: It treats our minds as if they could be understood by computers.”— Philip K. Dick

“The greatest glory of a free-born people is to transmit that freedom to their children.” — P. M. S. Blackett

“A strong sence of the potential of science and technology is an essential component in wisdom.” — P. M. S. Blackett

“It is extremely dangerous to have a religion based on science, because science is always changing its mind.” — Robert Anton Wilson

“Technology is a queer thing. It brings you great gifts with one hand, and it stabs you in the back with the other.” — Lewis Mumford