Best 246 of Fact quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 16 Sep

Temitope Ibrahim

Facts give way when faith is activated.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Michael Bassey Johnson

Whatever you tell; lie or truth, can both destroy or save you.

By Anonym 19 Sep

John Tyndall

To him [Faraday], as to all true philosophers, the main value of a fact was its position and suggestiveness in the general sequence of scientific truth.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Henry Fairfield Osborn

The evolution of higher and of lower forms of life is as well and as soundly established as the eternal hills. It has long since ceased to be a theory; it is a law of Nature as universal in living things as is the law of gravitation in material things and in the motions of the heavenly spheres.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Christopher Hitchens

In which case, why not cancer of the brain? As a terrified, half-aware imbecile, I might even scream for a priest at the close of business, though I hereby state while I am still lucid that the entity thus humiliating itself would not in fact be “me.” (Bear this in mind, in case of any later rumors or fabrications.)

By Anonym 15 Sep

James C. Dobson

21. Take in a great breath of air and then blow it out. Contained in that single breath were at least three nitrogen atoms that were breathed by every human being who ever lived, including Jesus Christ, William Shakespeare, Winston Churchill, and every president of the United States. This illustrates the fact that everything we do affects other people, positively or negatively. That’s why it is foolish to say, “Do your own thing if it doesn’t hurt anybody else.” Everything we do affects other people.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Matshona Dhliwayo

A weak fact is still greater than a strong opinion.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Christina Engela

Nothing unusual was noted during the voyage, in fact everything ran smoothly until Security alerted Biscay about the stiff in cabin 407. Nobody heard or saw anything suspicious. None of the passengers were missing or acting suspiciously. No airlock doors were opened or any transports allowed since their last stop four days prior. There were no notorious names on the passenger list, nor any unsavory persons among the ranks of his crew. In fact, the ship’s commander had never even seen a dead body in real – um, life before. And yet, almost magically, there it was.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Raveen Paudel

Opinion is neither fake nor fact, perspective is neither lie nor truth. Accept the act of listening but don't follow everything you listen. Accept the lie of art and realize the truth.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Toba Beta

Mysteries are facts that haven't been formalized.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Virginia Woolf

There is the strange power we have of changing facts by the force of the imagination.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Brian Mcgreevy

Of course, minute as its impact may be in our physical universe, the fact of quantum entanglement is this: If one logically inexplicable thing is known to exist, then this permits the existence of all logically inexplicable things. A thing may be of deeper impossibility than another, in the sense that you can be more deeply underwater--but whether you are five feet or five fathoms from the surface you are still all wet.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Sunday Adelaja

I made my name”. What does this mean? It means you fought and won your inner battle against fears and restrictions

By Anonym 19 Sep

Robert Jordan

To believe a thing is not to make it true.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Alan Maiccon

Hope is that final fuel to complete the fact.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Steven Redhead

What is comprehended is embedded into reality as fact.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Adyashanti

The sacred dimension is not something that you can know through words and ideas any more than you can learn what an apple pie tastes like by eating the recipe. The modern age has forgotten that facts and information, for all their usefulness, are not the same as truth or wisdom, and certainly not the same as direct experience.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Bamigboye Olurotimi

Evidence will terminate any short or long era of an argument.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Toba Beta

A very single fact could emerge into many versions of truth, depends on the number of eyewitnesses and interpretations.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Deyth Banger

How do I read so many books? Let's keep it as a secret! How do I know so much? Okay, this I will reveal, I have curiosity most people say that cats die from curiosity, but I like that fact... I'm curious and from it I know a lot of!

By Anonym 19 Sep

Robert Green Ingersoll

This century will be called Darwin's century. He was one of the greatest men who ever touched this globe. He has explained more of the phenomena of life than all of the religious teachers. Write the name of Charles Darwin on the one hand and the name of every theologian who ever lived on the other, and from that name has come more light to the world than from all of those. His doctrine of evolution, his doctrine of the survival of the fittest, his doctrine of the origin of species, has removed in every thinking mind the last vestige of orthodox Christianity. He has not only stated, but he has demonstrated, that the inspired writer knew nothing of this world, nothing of the origin of man, nothing of geology, nothing of astronomy, nothing of nature; that the Bible is a book written by ignorance--at the instigation of fear. Think of the men who replied to him. Only a few years ago there was no person too ignorant to successfully answer Charles Darwin, and the more ignorant he was the more cheerfully he undertook the task. He was held up to the ridicule, the scorn and contempt of the Christian world, and yet when he died, England was proud to put his dust with that of her noblest and her grandest. Charles Darwin conquered the intellectual world, and his doctrines are now accepted facts. His light has broken in on some of the clergy, and the greatest man who to-day occupies the pulpit of one of the orthodox churches, Henry Ward Beecher, is a believer in the theories of Charles Darwin--a man of more genius than all the clergy of that entire church put together. ...The church teaches that man was created perfect, and that for six thousand years he has degenerated. Darwin demonstrated the falsity of this dogma. He shows that man has for thousands of ages steadily advanced; that the Garden of Eden is an ignorant myth; that the doctrine of original sin has no foundation in fact; that the atonement is an absurdity; that the serpent did not tempt, and that man did not 'fall.' Charles Darwin destroyed the foundation of orthodox Christianity. There is nothing left but faith in what we know could not and did not happen. Religion and science are enemies. One is a superstition; the other is a fact. One rests upon the false, the other upon the true. One is the result of fear and faith, the other of investigation and reason.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Nodas

The western average human lifespan is 2.5 billion seconds (or 77 years). Here are 2 time-dilating perception strategies to enhance one's allocated living time: 1.Make choices. 2.Focus on your best qualities.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Sherrilyn Kenyon

That wasn't love; that was stupidity.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Mokokoma Mokhonoana

More than 99.99% of facts are not and will never be useful to even a single person.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Thomas Henry Huxley

An interesting contrast between the geology of the present day and that of half a century ago, is presented by the complete emancipation of the modern geologist from the controlling and perverting influence of theology, all-powerful at the earlier date. As the geologist of my young days wrote, he had one eye upon fact, and the other on Genesis; at present, he wisely keeps both eyes on fact, and ignores the pentateuchal mythology altogether. The publication of the 'Principles of Geology' brought upon its illustrious author a period of social ostracism; the instruction given to our children is based upon those principles. Whewell had the courage to attack Lyell's fundamental assumption (which surely is a dictate of common sense) that we ought to exhaust known causes before seeking for the explanation of geological phenomena in causes of which we have no experience.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Ken Liu

The fact that we can never have complete, perfect knowledge does not absolve us of the moral duty to judge and to take a stand against evil.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Tom Robbins

We modern human beings are looking at life, trying to make some sense of it; observing a 'reality' that often seems to be unfolding in a foreign tongue--only we've all been issued the wrong librettos. For a text, we're given the Bible. Or the Talmud or the Koran. We're given Time magazine, and Reader's Digest, daily papers, and the six o'clock news; we're given schoolbooks, sitcoms, and revisionist histories; we're given psychological counseling, cults, workshops, advertisements, sales pitches, and authoritative pronouncements by pundits, sold-out scientists, political activists, and heads of state. Unfortunately, none of these translations bears more than a faint resemblance to what is transpiring in the true theater of existence, and most of them are dangerously misleading. We're attempting to comprehend the spiraling intricacies of a magnificently complex tragicomedy with librettos that describe the barrom melodramas or kindergarten skits. And when's the last time you heard anybody bitch about it to the management?

By Anonym 18 Sep

Pieter Bf Swart

Perception is the reality in the absence of fact.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Abayomi Kayode Patrick

I belief not in your belief. I live not where you live. I wasn't born the day you were born. Please Mr Human, live your life while I live mine. Do you know why I sound apologetic? Because, you cannot build your own house while busy destroying that of your friend.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Sunday Adelaja

Making name for yourself requires you not to stop and consider you have done enough but rather continue to move forward

By Anonym 18 Sep

Israelmore Ayivor

The fact that you are true child of God doesn't mean you will find gold on the floor when sweeping. You got to dig up the gold!

By Anonym 18 Sep

Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan

The complete use of pure reason brings us finally from physical to metaphysical knowledge. But the concepts of metaphysical knowledge do not in themselves fully satisfy the demand of our integral being. They are indeed entirely satisfactory to the pure reason itself, because they are the very stuff of its own existence. But our nature sees things through two eyes always, for it views them doubly as idea and as fact and therefore every concept is incomplete for us and to a part of our nature almost unreal until it becomes an experience.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Anonymous

Truth is a fact we fall in love with

By Anonym 15 Sep

Annie Dillard

Chloroplasts bear chlorophyll; they give the green world its color, and they carry out the business of photosynthesis. Around the inside perimeter of each gigantic cell trailed a continuous loop of these bright green dots. They spun . . . they pulsed, pressed, and thronged . . . they shone, they swarmed in ever-shifting files around and around the edge of the cell; they wandered, they charged, they milled, raced . . . they flowed and trooped greenly . . . All the green in the planted world consists of these whole, rounded chloroplasts . . . If you analyze a molecule of chlorophyll itself, what you get is one hundred thirty-six atoms of hydrogen, carbon, oxygen, and nitrogen arranged in an exact and complex relationship around a central ring. At the ring’s center is a single atom of magnesium. Now: If you remove the atom of magnesium and in its place put an atom of iron, you get a molecule of hemoglobin. The iron atom combines with all the other atoms to make red blood, the streaming red dots in the goldfish’s tail.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Charlie Waud

I Speculate on the origins of the universe .But in reality i believe the true facts are those of simple origins.And the universe is for sure out there.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Sunday Adelaja

My concern is not the fact that other people don’t understand where I am coming from, even though Christians are supposed to be doing what I am doing

By Anonym 16 Sep

Plato

Haven't you noticed that opinion without knowledge is always a poor thing? At the best it is blind—isn't anyone who holds a true opinion without understanding like a blind man on the right road?

By Anonym 20 Sep

Sara Sheridan

While what I write is always largely consistent with the records that remain I freely admit that where historical fact proves a barrier to invention, I simply move a detail a little one way or another.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Joseph Deitch

Experience, common sense, and intuition are not obsolete in the computer age. In fact, they could very well be more crucial now than ever.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Sunday Adelaja

As a matter of fact, confrontation could be a seed of peace.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Nikita Khrushev

Politicians sre the same all over.They promise to build bridges, even where there are no rivers.

By Anonym 19 Sep

G Swiss

The most important key to bettering yourself - is just that "yourself" - (g swiss)

By Anonym 16 Sep

Saminu Kanti

Education does not exist for the benefit of students or for the benefit of their parents. It's exists for the benefit of social order. You do not need to be a student or have a child who is a student to benefit from education. Every second of every day of your life, you benefit from education.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Christina Engela

The survivor spoke to us though, or tried to. Mumbling through that matted brown beard of his, pale as death itself. I can’t say now if it was weakness from his wounds or what it was – but we struggled to understand him. In fact we got nothing intelligible from him at all then. He seemed afraid, like any dying man probably would be, but he did seem more terrified than any dying man I’ve seen before – and I’ve seen a few in my time. Let me tell you, Corsair or not, he grabbed whatever hand would hold his, and clenched it so tight his knuckles turned white! He kept fading out as we carried him on the stretcher board the medics brought with them. Looking back, I think he tried to warn us, poor bastard. He tried to tell us to leave him behind and go, but we wouldn’t listen. We thought we were better than the Corsairs, remember? We thought we would be all moral and upright and try to help him. ‘Don’t say I didn’t warn you.’ were the last words he said before losing consciousness. At least, those that we could make out. At the end of it all, he was right – as it turned out, we couldn’t even help ourselves.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Sunday Adelaja

As a matter of fact, people erroneously think that life is about spending.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Amit Kalantri

Fear of failure is fiction, face this fact and fear will fall.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Melody Anne

Believe it. The world isn't all fairy tales and pixie dust. You need to grow up and face reality.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Max Weber

Weber,... argues that... personal bias should not preclude the scientific ascertainment of objective historical facts.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Deyth Banger

Here is a nice fact books and ebooks take a lot of time to be read, but audiobooks just for one day or 2 you finish them... this is a great fact!

By Anonym 16 Sep

Markus Zusak

***HERE IS A SMALL FACT*** You are going to die.