Cixin Liu

The Three-Body Problem

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Alla Nabatovahas quoted5 years ago
the first cry that could be heard in space from civilization on Earth was already spreading out from the sun to the universe at the speed of light. A star-powered radio wave, like a majestic tide, had already crossed the orbit of Jupiter.
Diệu Minh Lêhas quoted2 days ago
e walked onto the stage dressed in an ill-fitting green outfit, clearly intended to imitate the military unif
b2466836406has quoted2 months ago
was impossible to expect humans to lift off the earth by pulling up on their own hair.
b2466836406has quoted2 months ago
The gravity of reality is too strong.”
b3822779294has quoted2 months ago
To achieve moral awakening required a force outside the human race.
b3822779294has quoted2 months ago
the relationship between humanity and evil is similar to the relationship between the ocean and an iceberg floating on its surface? Both the ocean and the iceberg are made of the same material. That the iceberg seems separate is only because it is in a different form. In reality, it is but a part of the vast ocean.…
b3822779294has quoted2 months ago
how many other acts of humankind that had seemed normal or even righteous were, in reality, evil
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burning was their fate; they were the generation meant to be consumed by fire
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he could no longer feel grief. She was now like a Geiger counter that had been subjected to too much radiation, no longer capable of giving any reaction, noiselessly displaying a reading of zero.
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his elegant, warm home had once been a safe harbor for Wenjie when she needed to escape the storms of the larger world
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But two great cosmological discoveries of this century—Hubble’s law, and observation of the cosmic microwave background
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Then that’s equivalent to saying that the correct philosophy falls out of the sky. This is against the idea that the truth emerges from experience. It’s counter to the principles of how Marxism seeks to understand nature.”
b3822779294has quoted2 months ago
course it should be the correct philosophy of Marxism that guides scientific experiments!
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Should philosophy guide experiments, or should experiments guide philosophy?
b3822779294has quoted2 months ago
any idea that dared to take flight would only crash back to the ground. The gravity of reality is too strong
b3822779294has quoted2 months ago
Answer the following question without your typical deceit: Between the years of 1962 and 1965, did you not decide on your own to add relativity to the intro physics course?”
“Relativity is part of the fundamental theories of physics,” Ye answered. “How can a basic survey course not teach it?”
“You lie!” a female Red Guard by his side shouted. “Einstein is a reactionary academic authority. He would serve any master who dangled money in front of him. He even went to the American Imperialists and helped them build the atom bomb! To develop a revolutionary science, we must overthrow the black banner of capitalism represented by the theory of relativity!”
hirtzthas quoted3 months ago
But even so, you couldn’t be accepted by the revolutionary mainstream.
Ayaxhas quoted3 months ago
There was no signature except “The Revolutionary Masses.”
Ayaxhas quoted3 months ago
Is it possible that the relationship between humanity and evil is similar to the relationship between the ocean and an iceberg floating on its surface? Both the ocean and the iceberg are made of the same material. That the iceberg seems separate is only because it is in a different form. In reality, it is but a part of the vast ocean.…

It was impossible to expect a moral awakening from humankind itself, just like it was impossible to expect humans to lift off the earth by pulling up on their own hair. To achieve moral awakening required a force outside the human race.
Ayaxhas quoted3 months ago
Her company wielded hundreds of chain saws like a swarm of steel locusts, and after they passed, only stumps were left.
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