We have a society that is moving very rapidly to the super-, super-, super-consumptive, and I’m proposing that might not be the final answer. So I’m saying, why don’t we try a leaner alternative?
[…] land conservation will succeed only if and when man creates beautiful cities wherein he will feel it a privilege to be, live, and work.
Science rejects the non-rational as unreal. In doing so, she puts herself in a position of non-competence in all those fields or things that through existing, inasmuch as they modify the real, do not avail themselves of any computation or any methodological inquiry.
Life is a study of the improbable, not the statistically average.
Nothing is purer than sterility and simpler than death.