As per the comment by @GEdgar, a book was published in 1986 , two years before the Hawking attribution in Chinese, that contains the following poem :
Most of what I really need/
To know about how to live/
And what to do and how to be/
I learned in kindergarten./
Wisdom was not at the top/
Of the graduate school mountain,/
But there in the sandpile at Sunday ...
This is what Fauci explicitly argued in 2012:
Putting aside the specter of bioterrorism for the moment, consider
this hypothetical scenario: an important gain-of-function experiment
involving a virus with serious pandemic potential is performed in a
well-regulated, world-class laboratory by experienced investigators,
but the information from the experiment ...
As formulated: yes. But it's more complicated. Homeopaths did not invent this principle. They interpret it in a peculiar and very far reaching way.
First, we should note that 'Hippokrates' is somewhat elusive as a person or 'writer', since the writings we categorize in the corpus hippocraticum are a large collection of texts spanning a timeframe exceeding ...