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This attempt to isolate cell constituents might have been a failure if they had been destroyed by the relative brutality of the technique employed. But this did not happen. Albert Claude#Attempt 67
Albert Claude#Attempt 67
As far as I remember, even younger than eight, I have always been guided by reason. Not cold reason, but that which leads to the truth, to the real, and to sane Justice. Albert Claude#Far 61
Albert Claude#Far 61
But, in the name of the experimental method and out of our poor knowledge, are we really entitled to claim that everything happens by chance, to the exclusion of all other possibilities? Albert Claude#Chance 59
Albert Claude#Chance 59
We have entered the cell, the Mansion of our birth, and started the inventory of our acquired wealth. Albert Claude#Acquired 55
Albert Claude#Acquired 55
The cell, over the billions of years of her life, has covered the earth many times with her substance, found ways to control herself and her environment, and insure her survival. Albert Claude#Billions 52
Albert Claude#Billions 52
When I went to the University, the medical school was the only place where one could hope to find the means to study life, its nature, its origins, and its ills. Albert Claude#Medical 52
Albert Claude#Medical 52
Looking back 25 years later, what I may say is that the facts have been far better than the dreams. In the long course of cell life on this earth it remained, for our age for our generation, to receive the full ownership of our inheritance. Albert Claude#Dream 50
Albert Claude#Dream 50
For the resolving powers of our scientific instruments decide, at a given moment, of the size and the vision of our Universe, and of the image we then make of ourselves. Albert Claude#Decide 40
Albert Claude#Decide 40
No doubt, man will continue to weigh and to measure, watch himself grow, and his Universe around him and with him, according to the ever growing powers of his tools. Albert Claude#According 36
Albert Claude#According 36
This familiarity with a respected physician and my appreciation of his work, or the tragedy I experienced with the long, tormented agony and death of my mother might have influenced me in wanting to study medicine. It was not the case. Albert Claude#Agony 32
Albert Claude#Agony 32
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