Scientist, Quotier Extroardinaire

April 15, 2014 § Leave a comment

Perhaps poetry was not such a great idea.

It turns out my life’s calling as a poet was not quite as life-calling-ey as I thought. It turns out no one wants to read poems about UFOs, and who knew the name Robert Burns was already taken? I sure didn’t.

I think I should try being a scientist. That is, not the kind of scientist who is remembered for his ever-so-important work in the field of quantum mechanics, but rather the kind who is famous for his ever-so-inspirational quotes.

Maybe I made unprecedented advancements in theoretical physics, perhaps I more or less invented the atom bomb; none of that matters, really.

Incidentally, while the following quotes are often attributed to Albert Einstein, there's no evidence to show that these particular quotes were said or written by him.

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I already have some quotes for the presses:

“The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.”

“Everyone is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.”

“It is the responsibility of every human being to aspire to do something worthwhile, to make this world a better place than the one he found.”

It doesn’t matter if my IQ is 400 (which it is… I took an online test), the people will love me for my inspirational quotes, so that is what I will give them. I was just thinking, it’s too bad they don’t give out a Nobel prize for saying inspirational things because it would be awarded to me, no doubt.


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