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A scientist must (...) be absolutely like a child. If he sees a thing, he must say that he sees it, whether it was what he thought he was going to see or not. See first, think later, then test. But always see first. Otherwise you will only see what you were expecting.

Once you know what it is you want to be true, instinct is a very useful device for enabling you to know that it is.

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