The key presupposition of the scientist is not “There is no God” but rather “The world speaks truthfully of its nature.”
Skill as a scientist and skill as a writer rarely inhabit the same person, but when they do, the results can be incredible.
A young man meets with a scientist in a country in the former Soviet Union.
We know because a German scientist turns up to study the invaders and explain them to us.
Is being awkwardly propositioned in an elevator by an Aspergers-afflicted scientist a first world complaint?
I make an attempt to find the scientist and venture a question.
But now they were only two—the artist and the scientist being immune to shame.
The scientist had been caught in the Singapore hotel room by Ko and company, but had fought his way clear.
Do you think any scientist today could figure out how it worked?
I cant move the airship alone, thought the scientist, and it would hardly be safe to do so in the darkness.