Unexplained Quotes

Quotes tagged as "unexplained" (showing 1-11 of 11)
Shannon L. Alder
“Empathy and a huge imagination explain a lot of mysteries in the universe.”
Shannon L. Alder

Shannon L. Alder
“There is no end to the things you don’t understand. The mind will search for a lie to give it an answer you can understand, but one song at the right time will challenge what you accept.”
Shannon L. Alder

Sol Luckman
“The evidence never seemed to matter to those in power, who had already made up their minds and did what people typically do when their worldview is threatened by new data: they attacked the messenger.”
Sol Luckman, Snooze: A Story of Awakening

Patrick Rothfuss
“Sometimes a situation grows so tangled that words are useless.”
Patrick Rothfuss, The Wise Man's Fear

Anthony Liccione
“Life has its enigmatic events, that can make it a mystery, or my misery. It all depends on how I view it.”
Anthony Liccione

Robin McKinley
“The most serious drawback to the telling-nothing approach is that it made that much more of a mystery of what had happened, and the nature of gossip abhors a vacuum of the unexplained.”
Robin McKinley, Sunshine

Katlyn Charlesworth
“Change is inevitable. And in a way, change is a sort of magic. However, not everyone believes in something as frugal as the unexplained.”
Katlyn Charlesworth, Where Men Sit

Sol Luckman
“He knew perfectly well (even if he wasn’t inclined to admit it) that the material body had a spiritual aspect. He knew that “spirit,” however explained, was real, because of his own undeniable experiences—which, though he might suppress them, he couldn’t altogether erase from memory.”
Sol Luckman, Snooze: A Story of Awakening

Linda Westphal
“At times it feels like the whole universe is pushing you to do something.”
Linda Westphal

Maurice Maeterlinck
“… signs of a life that we cannot explain are everywhere, vibrating by the side of the life of every day.”
Maurice Maeterlinck, The Treasure of the humble

Abhijit Naskar
“When scientists are unable to explain a certain phenomenon, it does not prove that the phenomenon belongs in the paranormal domain. It means that we need more data and we need to carry out more analyses. If you ask a five-year old to define calculus, and the kid has no idea what you are talking about, it does not mean that calculus is something supernatural. It means that the kid’s brain needs to grow further in order to comprehend calculus. The same goes for various unexplained phenomena of the world.”
Abhijit Naskar, Lord is My Sheep: Gospel of Human