By Harlow Shapley, Samuel Rapport, Helen Wright
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Man. I does this magnificent applied science, which saves work and easier, bring us so little happiness? The simple answer because we have not yet learned to make a sensible use of it. Why makes runs life In war, it serves that we may poison and mutilate each other. In peace it has made our lives hurried and uncertain. Instead of freeing us in great measure from slaves of machinery, spiritually exhausting labor, who long day's work with disgust, poor it has made men into most part complete their monotonous and must continually tremble for their for the rations.
To his hypothesis every possible kind of . 1863 Scientists Are Lonely Men OLIVER LA FARGE IS NOT SO LONG AGO THAT, EVEN IN MY DILETTANTE ITstudy of the science of ethnology, corresponded with men in Ireland, I Sweden, Germany, France, and Yucatan, and had some discussion with a Chinese. One by one these interchanges were cut off; in some countries the concept of science is dead, and even in the free strongholds of Britain and the Americas pure science is being must be set aside in favor of what is immediately useful and urgently needed.
A Treasury of Science by Harlow Shapley, Samuel Rapport, Helen Wright