Best 24 of Scale quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 16 Sep

Kamil Ali

IMBALANCE Do not let one negative carry the same weight as ninety nine positives Kamil Ali

By Anonym 17 Sep

Ulf Wolf

Nothing is so small that you cannot cut it in half

By Anonym 16 Sep

Dark Jar Tin Zoo

I love that she loves me a 10, on a 5-point scale. Well, I know it’s a 5-point scale, though I asked her on a 1-100 scale.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Michael Pollan

Industrial processes follow a clear, linear, hierarchical logic that is fairly easy to put into words, probably because words follow a similar logic: First this, then that; put this in here, and then out comes that. But the relationship between cows and chickens on this [Polyface] farm...takes the form of a loop rather than a line, and that makes it hard to know where to start, or how to distinguish between causes and effects, subjects and objects. . . Joel would say this is precisely the point, and precisely the distinction between a biological and an industrial system. "In an ecological system like this everything's connected to everything else, so you can't change one thing without changing ten other things. . .This farm is more like an organism than a machine, and like any organism it has proper scale.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Louisa Thomsen Brits

Architecture is about the understanding of the world and turning it into a more meaningful and humane place. -Juhani Pallasmaa

By Anonym 19 Sep

Louisa Thomsen Brits

The structure of life I have described in buildings - the structure which I believe to be objective - is deeply and inextricably connected with the human person, and with the innermost nature of human feeling. -Christopher Alexander

By Anonym 16 Sep

Subhajit Ganguly

From the dawn of civilization, human beings have tried to find out order in the chaotic world surrounding them. It has however never been easy to find a solution to explain a given system while being a part of that system. The best bet is to find out the most fundamental components within the system and building a theory round these. In other words, a theory that is able to describe the world in totality has to keep the number of basic postulates it depends upon to zero or near zero.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Michelle M. Pillow

If the weight comes from bacon you can so deduct it off the scale total to get your true weight. #science

By Anonym 19 Sep

Tanya Tagaq

There are secrets hidden in our flesh. Our cells being born and dying with the same force that makes galaxies form and deconstruct.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Christina Engela

He slumped down in the command seat and shut off the irritating alarm. He sighed again. It seemed to be a wonderful day for Mykl d’Angelo, captain and owner of the ‘tramp’ freighter Pegasus. As wonderful days went on his personal scale, this one was rated one of the best.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Jane Casey

So that was where we were in our relationship.Derwent’s scale ran all the way from wouldn’t piss-on-you-if-you-were-on-fire to would-kill-for-you-no-need-to-ask-twice. I was quite glad to be somewhere near the middle.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Subhajit Ganguly

Abstraction automatically gives rise to optimized solutions within the universal set of all possible solutions, as has been shown in this book. It is these optimized solutions that make up and drive the non-abstract parts of the world, while the non-optimized solutions remain ‘hidden’ from the material world, inside the abstract world. Starting from a basis of no postulation, we build our theory. As we go on piling up possibilities, we come to a similar basis for understanding the four non-contact forces of nature known till date. The difference in ranges of these forces is explained from this basis in this book. Zero postulation or abstraction as the basis of theory synthesis allows us to explore even imaginary and chaotic non-favoured solutions as possibilities. With no postulation as the fundamental basis, we are thus able to pile up postulated results or favoured results, but not the other way round. We keep describing such implications of abstraction in this book. We deal with the abstraction of observable parameters involved in a given system

By Anonym 18 Sep

Wendell Berry

That one American farmer can now feed himself and fifty-six other people may be, within the narrow view of the specialist, a triumph of technology; by no stretch of reason can it be considered a triumph of agriculture or of culture. It has been made possible by the substitution of energy for knowledge, of methodology for care, of technology for morality.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Anne Fadiman

We spread our sleeping bags on the snow and crawled inside. The vantage point was dizzying. It was impossible to tell whether the comet was above us or we were above the comet; we were all falling through space, missing the stars by inches.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Erik Pevernagie

Between shortage and absolute poverty an ocean of shades and gradations do emerge on the scale of deficiency. Be that as it may, each stage must find a mode to leave a door ajar for the sun to peer in and human warmth to radiate. ( " Homeless down in the corner")

By Anonym 16 Sep

Kamand Kojouri

He tried to measure his day by tallying the hours on his wrist. I wiped it off and called him a prisoner. He placed the hours on a scale with hours from former days to compare. I took a hammer and broke it all. He bent down and picked up the shards of minutes first then swept the seconds. I told him he’d missed a spot; there were some sparkling specks left. 'What are they?' he asked. 'Those are moments,' I said. 'What are they made of?' he asked. They are times, I thought, when you win a race or win a heart. They are times when you give birth or lay something, someone to rest. When you wake up in the morning with a smile because anything is possible. When someone compliments the thing you hate most about yourself. Times when you are embarrassed. Times when you are hurtful. Times when you relish in a hearty meal. Times when you service others and are content with a well-spent day. 'What are they made of?' he asked again. 'They are made up of times when we are fully present.' I picked up one of the specks with the tip of my finger. 'Do you remember this?' I asked. 'Of course,' he said, 'I was whistling in the kitchen that morning.' 'Why?' I asked. 'Because of the knowledge that I was loved.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Steve Maraboli

The scale can only tell you what you weigh; not who you are.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Catie Marron

a city square that's designed on a scale to express national greatness is hostile to the human intimacy necessary for freedom's space [George Packer, "History: Influence on Humanity"].

By Anonym 16 Sep

Hiroko Sakai

...I gotta burn these scales... sigh*

By Anonym 19 Sep

Subhajit Ganguly

The principle of conservation of boson number inside a system is seen to follow directly from the Abstraction Model. The IBMs are seen to obey the Laws of Physical Transaction that follows from Zero-Postulation. The chaotic superfields at the requisite scaling-ratio yields necessary equation-parameters needed to describe them at that given scaling-ratio. This is seen to be independent of the choice of scale, but at smaller scaling-ratios, we have less loss of information. At a higher scale, we seem to have less number of parameters required to describe them.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Carl Sagan

My favorite color: "A pale blue dot suspended in a sunbeam...

By Anonym 17 Sep

Alain De Botton

On account of its scale and complexity, the world will always outstrip the capacity of any single body to ask fertile questions of it.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Moses Maimonides

Your purpose...should always be to know...the whole that was intended to be known.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Israelmore Ayivor

Some words are sweet but unprotifable! Some are bitter but important. First weigh your words on the counter of integrity and speak not only because your words are sweet, but because they contain the truth!