Isaac Asimov's best phrases related to science

We know many phrases of Isaac Asimov since he was a key figure of twentieth century science fiction literature.

However, beyond a novelist, this American born in Russia was a brilliant scientist and a person with exceptional talent and instinct. In fact, many of his predictions have been true, such as the emergence of online education thanks to the internet.

We recently knew some predictions that he made and that, in almost all, have ended up being true. However, this chemical engineer and doctor in biochemistry, beyond performing a large number of science fiction works, was also a professor at Boston University.

Awarded with some of the most prestigious science fiction literature awards, such as the Nebula or the Hugo, he wrote and predicted in relation to the future and science and technology until the day of his death, in 1992, and from it we now extract some wise Isaac Asimov's sentences about it.

Isaac Asimov quotes in relation to science

  • It's worth being obvious, especially if you have a reputation for subtlety
  • The real joy lies in knowledge and not in knowledge
  • I doubt that the computer will one day match the intuition and creative capacity of the outstanding talent of the human being
  • Humanity has the stars in the future, and that future is very important to get lost under the weight of youthful foolishness and ignorant superstition
  • There is only one light in science and to light it anywhere is to light it in all places
  • If knowledge can create problems, we can not solve them through ignorance
  • Being self-taught is, I am convinced, the only type of education that exists
  • I'm not afraid of computers. What I'm afraid of is lack of them
  • A subtle wrong thinking can lead to a fruitful inquiry that reads truths of great value
  • The most hopelessly stupid man is the one who ignores his wisdom
  • Science is built on approaches that gradually come closer to the truth
  • He wondered if anyone could be a great mathematician, if all he knew was mathematics.
  • The saddest aspect of life at this precise moment is that science gathers knowledge faster than society gathers wisdom