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Attributed to Albert Einstein: "In theory, theory and practice are the same. In practice, theory and practice are different."
Thanks Michael. I give Einstein credit for the thought, but I think Stephen said it better!
There's a professor that told us "there is no good theory if it is not practical"! I will add to this statement the fundamental of how you can choose a book and absorb it. Nevertheless, sometimes art exhibits fundamental characteristics that exceed science. It is a matter of choice between the pure acedemic and the project artwork. Under this spot, i think the answer is obvious. On the other hand, moving beyond science, to understand and explore the world and to find out nature's fairytale, i think it's awesome. Science related with senatorials has always been diplomatic!
Another take, written, I believe by Kurt Lewin: "There is nothing as practical as a good theory."
Don't kill such practices!!!
Also,Practice improves with practice.:)
Theory is when everyone knows what they are doing and nothing works, Practice is when everything works and nobody knows why.
That's a great one!
attributed to einstein too:Theory is when you know all and nothing works.Practice is when all works and nobody knows why.In this case we have put together theory and practice: nothing works... and nobody knows why!
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