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By consulting a sufficient number of experts, you can confirm any point of view and get support for any position.
An expert is a person who avoids small mistakes, all the while slipping into the biggest error.
An expert is anyone who comes from another city.
The more miles the expert traveled to testify in court, the more they will believe him.
The expert you invited as a witness will demonstrate his full competence and objectivity by wagging and responding evasively during the trial.
An expert is a person who has made all possible mistakes in a very narrow field of research.
The one who has the least concept has the most opinions.
Only the one who understands any problem thoroughly is able to explain it in such a way that no one but him would be able to understand this explanation.
An expert is a person who knows more and more about less and less, and so on until he begins to know absolutely everything about nothing.
Guess something correctly three times in a row and you will gain a reputation as an expert.
Statistics is a logically and mathematically sound method that allows you to tell half-truths and, moreover, it is not accurate.
One precise measurement is worth the opinions of thousands of experts.
Anyone who can tell good advice from bad advice is useless at all.
Never speculate about what you know for sure.
Statistics are like experts testifying in court — they will testify in favor of either side.
The less you say, the less you have to take back.
Silence is one of the hardest arguments to refute.
Any question worthy of debate is worthy of not being discussed at all.
Any argument that goes far enough will run into semantics.
A small inaccuracy can sometimes save tons of explanations.
It is impossible to talk to a person who knows what he is talking about.
Always assume your guess is wrong.
Indecision is the key to flexibility.
Look for simplicity - and don't trust it.
There is nothing more terrifying than ignorance in action.
If something can be explained by stupidity, there is no need to resort to another explanation.
It is impossible to say how deep the puddle is until you step into it.
The reaction to every revolutionary idea - in science, politics, art or elsewhere - goes through three stages. They can be summarized in the following three phrases:
1. It is impossible. And don't waste my time!
2. This can be done, but just not worth it.
3. I have always said that this is a great idea.
If a distinguished elderly lawyer claims that something is possible, he is almost certainly right. If this person is sure that something is impossible, then it is very likely that he is mistaken.
Anyone who has made a significant contribution to any field of activity and continues to work in it for a sufficiently long time becomes an obstacle to progress here - and to a degree directly proportional to the significance of his initial contribution.
There is no point in trying to be accurate if you don't understand what you are talking about.
A simple explanation is always possible only after a difficult decision.
Meaning appears when people don't think about it.
The best defense against logic is ignorance.