„Research bear a true fruit, the research must start from needs.“

Masaru Ibuka in: Nick Lyons (1976), The Sony vision. p. 147

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Ibuka Masaru
japanischer Unternehmer 1908 - 1997

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„The most fruitful research grows out of practical problems.“

—  Ralph Brazelton Peck American civil engineer 1912 - 2008

as taken by Professor Ralph Peck's Legacy Website http://peck.geoengineer.org/words.html#

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„Research, he calls it. Research.“

—  Robert Silverberg American speculative fiction writer and editor 1935

Pitkin sneered. “Junkie!”
Schwartz matched him sneer for sneer. “Economist!”
Short fiction, Schwartz Between the Galaxies (1974)

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„I don't research anything. If I need something, I'll invent it.“

—  Mickey Spillane American writer 1918 - 2006

Crime Time interview (2001)

„One scientific discovery is a gift from the accumulated work of hundreds of researchers. Collaboration is crucial because viruses are smarter than researchers.“

—  Michael Lai Taiwanese virologist (born 1942) 1942

Michael Lai (2017) cited in " Persistence pays for Taiwan virologist who helped stop SARS https://asia.nikkei.com/Economy/Persistence-pays-for-Taiwan-virologist-who-helped-stop-SARS2" on Nikkei Asian Review, 1 May 2017.

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„As a brain researcher, I'd started out simply accepting the strictly objective principles of the behaviorist position.“

—  Roger Wolcott Sperry American neuroscientist 1913 - 1994

New Mindset on Consciousness (1987)
Kontext: As a brain researcher, I'd started out simply accepting the strictly objective principles of the behaviorist position. In the 1950s and early 1960s, all respectable neuroscientists thought in these terms. In those days, we wouldn't have been caught dead implying that consciousness or subjective experience can affect physical brain processing.
My first break with this thinking — although I certainly didn't see it that way at the time — came in a 1952 discussion of mind-brain theory in which I proposed a fundamentally new way of looking at consciousness. In it, I suggested that when we focus consciously on an object — and create a mental image for example — it's not because the brain pattern is a copy or neural representation of the perceived object, but because the brain experiences a special kind of interaction with that object, preparing the brain to deal with it.
I maintained that an identical feeling or thought on two separate occasions did not necessarily involve the identical nerve cells each time. Instead, it is the operational impact of the neural activity pattern as a whole that counts, and this depends on context — just as the word "lead" can mean different things, depending on the rest of the sentence.

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„She starts research in new paths, enriches our knowledge with new discoveries, creates new sciences.“

—  Peter Kropotkin Russian zoologist, evolutionary theorist, philosopher, scientist, revolutionary, economist, activist, geographer, writer 1842 - 1921

Anarchist Morality http://dwardmac.pitzer.edu/anarchist_Archives/kropotkin/AM/anarchist_moralitytc.html (1890)
Kontext: The history of human thought recalls the swinging of a pendulum which takes centuries to swing. After a long period of slumber comes a moment of awakening. Then thought frees herself from the chains with which those interested — rulers, lawyers, clerics — have carefully enwound her.
She shatters the chains. She subjects to severe criticism all that has been taught her, and lays bare the emptiness of the religious political, legal, and social prejudices amid which she has vegetated. She starts research in new paths, enriches our knowledge with new discoveries, creates new sciences.
But the inveterate enemies of thought — the government, the lawgiver, and the priest — soon recover from their defeat. By degrees they gather together their scattered forces, and remodel their faith and their code of laws to adapt them to the new needs.

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„Stealing from one author is plagiarism; from many authors, research.“

—  Walter Moers, buch Die Stadt der Träumenden Bücher

Quelle: The City of Dreaming Books

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„In fact, researchers have settled on what they believe is the magic number for true expertise: ten thousand hours.“

—  Malcolm Gladwell journalist and science writer 1963

Quelle: Outliers: The Story of Success

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„[Tax] dollars go to projects that have little or nothing to do with the public good — things like fruit fly research in Paris, France. I kid you not.“

—  Sarah Palin American politician 1964

2014
Quelle: Referring to a $211,000 USDA study seeking ways to better control Bactrocera oleae, which is harmful to American agriculture. http://www.livescience.com/health/081104-bad-fruit-flies.html

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„To do successful research, you don't need to know everything, you just need to know one thing that isn't known.“

—  Arthur Leonard Schawlow American physicist 1921 - 1999

as quoted by [Steven Chu and Charles H. Townes, Biographical Memoirs V.83, National Academies Press, 2003, http://www.nap.edu/catalog.php?record_id=10830, 0-309-08699-X, 201]

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„Look, if I could guarantee what the results were going to be, I wouldn’t need a research program!“

—  Algis Budrys, buch Rogue Moon

Quelle: Rogue Moon (1960), Chapter 3, Section 2 (p. 57)

„We are greatly in need of specific research in this area of schizophrenic experience to help us understand Mesolithic man.“

—  Julian Jaynes, buch The Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind

Book I, Chapter 6, p. 137
The Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind (1976)

Robert Silverberg Foto

„“Research, he calls it. Research.” Pitkin sneered. “Junkie!”
Schwartz matched him sneer for sneer. “Economist!”“

—  Robert Silverberg American speculative fiction writer and editor 1935

Short fiction, Schwartz Between the Galaxies (1974)

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„The publicly and privately supported colleges, universities, and research institutes are the centers of basic research. They are the wellsprings of knowledge and understanding.“

—  Vannevar Bush American electrical engineer and science administrator 1890 - 1974

Science - The Endless Frontier (1945)
Kontext: The publicly and privately supported colleges, universities, and research institutes are the centers of basic research. They are the wellsprings of knowledge and understanding. As long as they are vigorous and healthy and their scientists are free to pursue the truth wherever it may lead, there will be a flow of new scientific knowledge to those who can apply it to practical problems in Government, in industry, or elsewhere.

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„The soul, too, has her virginity and must bleed a little before bearing fruit.“

—  George Santayana 20th-century Spanish-American philosopher associated with Pragmatism 1863 - 1952

"Normal Madness," Ch. 3, P. 56 http://books.google.com/books?id=apSwAAAAIAAJ&q=%22The+soul+too+has+her+virginity+and+must+bleed+a+little+before+bearing+fruit%22&pg=PA56#v=onepage
Dialogues in Limbo (1926)

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