Like so many great scientists, the wisdom of Edward Teller is both underappreciated and less well-known than it should be. In his quote, Teller demonstrates peoples’ attitudes toward facts and hypotheses. We like facts, until they conflict with our world view. And, we reject new ideas until they prove to be useful. When you’re managing your life, remember that facts are what they are, and no amount of wishing will make them different. And, if a hypothesis is effective, embrace it.
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