Chemists are, on the whole, like physicists, only
'less so'. They don't make quite the same wonderful mistakes, and much what they
do is an art, related to cooking, instead of a true science. They have their
moments, and their sources of legitimate pride. They don't split atoms, as the
physicists do. They join them together, and a very praiseworthy activity that
--Anthony Standen, Science is a sacred cow (1958).
Created by: John Wallace Murray © 2008
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