Why it’s good to be wrong (you might invent the airplane)

Why it's good to be wrong (you might invent the airplane)This excerpt from a letter, by airplane inventor Wilbur Wright to his friend and fellow aircraft designer George Spratt (written April 27, 1903), may explain some of the more nuanced thinking which led he and his brother Orville Wright to develop the first airplane. Continue reading “Why it’s good to be wrong (you might invent the airplane)”

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“We… lie, invent, dream and take refuge in illusion.”

"We... lie, invent, dream and take refuge in illusion."
"Information in this country has ceased to be objective and has become pure fantasy – in newspapers, radio, television, and ordinary conversation. "To report" among us now means either to interpret reality according to our desires or fears, or to say simply what is convenient. Continue reading ““We… lie, invent, dream and take refuge in illusion.””

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