Ferguson, Kitty

Events in the heavens happen in their own good time and not before, and they are often not repeatable. Astronomers have learned to take what's on offer and make the best of it.

Measuring the Universe Prologue (p. 4)

Milne, Edward

Not only the laws of nature, but also the events occurring in nature, the world itself, must appear the same to all observers, wherever they may be.

Zeitschrift fUr Betriebswirtschaft Volume 6, 1933 (p. 1)

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