How would you complete this quote:
“There is no scientific study more vital to man than…”
This week’s quote is inspired by Francis Harry Compton Crick (1916-2004) from his 1979 Scientific American paper, “Thinking about the Brain”.
Last week’s quote was inspired by Dr Seuss. Click here to see last week’s responses to “You have brains in your head, you have…”
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Over to you, leave a reply below with a word/phrase to finish, “There is no scientific study more vital to man than…”
20 thoughts on “Complete this quote! #2”
“… the study of life”.
“…the study of fish in MRIs.”
(Kudos to Phredd from last week!)
… the scientific study of people and other sentient beings.
how to build flying cars. Closely followed by consciousness.
the study of the ‘self’
the optimal cheese to ham ratio in a ham and cheese sandwich.
I’m guessing “woman.” Cynically and with malice aforethought.
how laws lead to lives, and then back again.