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Science Quotes by Artificial Intelligence (16 quotes)

Artificial Intelligence quote: A chemist on Labor Day, bright
A chemist on Labor Day, bright,
Crafted a barbecue sauce, just right.
  With beakers and flasks,
  He managed the tasks,
Concocting a flavor delight.
— Artificial Intelligence
Limerick and art by Artificial Intelligence. Prompt by Webmaster.
Science quotes on:  |  Barbecue (2)  |  Beaker (5)  |  Bright (82)  |  Chemist (170)  |  Concoct (3)  |  Craft (12)  |  Delight (111)  |  Flask (2)  |  Flavor (8)  |  Limerick (20)  |  Manage (26)  |  Right (473)  |  Task (153)

A man of the land, Carter knew,
To nature, we must be true.
  He advocated for science,
  Against fossil reliance,
Sowing seeds for the green to renew.
— Artificial Intelligence
Limerick generated by Artificial Intelligence, with two words tweaked by Webmaster. Original AI output had “Jimmy” and “accrue”; changed to “Carter” and “renew”.
Science quotes on:  |  Advocate (21)  |  President Jimmy Carter (11)  |  Fossil Fuel (9)  |  Green Energy (2)  |  Know (1539)  |  Land (134)  |  Limerick (20)  |  Nature (2027)  |  Reliance (12)  |  Renew (21)  |  Science (42)  |  Seed (98)  |  Sow (12)  |  True (240)

Artificial Intelligence quote: A Russian with eyes on the stars
A Russian with eyes on the stars,
Tsiolkovsky dreamed past the Mars,
  With math as his guide,
  He took in his stride,
To sketch out space voyages afar.
— Artificial Intelligence
Limerick created by Artificial Intelligence from: “Write a limerick about K.E. Tsiolkovsky, Russian pioneer space theorist,” and only two words tweaked by Webmaster (17 Sep 2023).
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Artificial Intelligence quote: Goddard, showed no fear
He faced ridicule, they’d jest and jeer,
But Goddard, he showed no fear.
  With propellant and flame,
  He made his name,
In rocketry history, he’s a pioneer!
— Artificial Intelligence
As generated by Artificial Intelligence, without any edits. Prompt by Webmaster: “Write a limerick about Robert Goddard.” (4 Oct 2023)
Science quotes on:  |  Fear (215)  |  Flame (45)  |  Robert Goddard (7)  |  History (719)  |  Jeer (2)  |  Jest (7)  |  Limerick (20)  |  Name (360)  |  Pioneer (38)  |  Ridicule (25)

Artificial Intelligence quote: In a grove lay Einstein one day
In a grove lay Einstein one day,
’Neath an apple tree’s inviting display.
  Hoped for insight anew,
  Like old Newton’s big clue,
But the fruit gave no eureka away.
— Artificial Intelligence
Caricature by AI: midjourney, clipdrop. Text by Artificial Intelligence: ChatGPT. Slight text edit and prompts by Webmaster. (19 Aug 2023)
Science quotes on:  |  Apple Tree (2)  |  Beneath (68)  |  Big (56)  |  Clue (20)  |  Display (59)  |  Albert Einstein (624)  |  Eureka (13)  |  Fruit (108)  |  Give (208)  |  Grove (7)  |  Hope (322)  |  Insight (107)  |  Invite (10)  |  Lie (370)  |  Limerick (20)  |  New (1276)  |  Sir Isaac Newton (363)  |  Old (499)

Artificial Intelligence quote: In Panama, Ross forged ahead
In Panama, Ross forged ahead,
Where mosquitoes and malaria bred,
  He deciphered the link,
  Making experts rethink,
The way the disease was widespread.
— Artificial Intelligence
Created by Artificial Intelligence from: “Write a limerick about Ronald Ross bacteriologist, malaria and the Panama Canal, and include his mosquito connection to malaria.” (16 Sep 2023)
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Artificial Intelligence quote: Ivan Pavlov revealed new findings
Ivan Pavlov revealed new findings,
For conditioned reflex with bell rings.
  The bell was a tool,
  That made dogs drool,
Anticipating the food it brings.
— Artificial Intelligence
Co-written by Artificial Intelligence with much editing by Webmaster.
Science quotes on:  |  Anticipate (21)  |  Bell (36)  |  Bring (96)  |  Conditioned Reflex (2)  |  Dog (72)  |  Finding (36)  |  Food (214)  |  Limerick (20)  |  New (1276)  |  Ivan Petrovich Pavlov (19)  |  Reveal (153)  |  Ring (19)  |  Tool (131)

Artificial Intelligence quote: Moissan, in his chemical quest,
Moissan, in his chemical quest,
Put his talents to the test.
  Isolated fluorine, so rare,
  With precision and care,
His achievement among the best.
— Artificial Intelligence
Limerick by Artificial Intelligence, without any edits. Prompt by Webmaster: “Write a limerick about Henri Moissan isolating fluorine as an element.” (20 Feb 2024)
Science quotes on:  |  Achievement (188)  |  Best (468)  |  Care (204)  |  Chemistry (381)  |  Element (324)  |  Fluorine (6)  |  Isolate (25)  |  Limerick (20)  |  Henri Moissan (4)  |  Precision (73)  |  Quest (40)  |  Rare (95)  |  Talent (100)  |  Test (222)

Artificial Intelligence quote: neath a lofty palm tree
Newton lay 'neath a lofty palm tree,
When a coconut smashed on his knee.
“I realize so painfully,
The mystery of gravity.”
A coconut, not an apple, inspired his theory.
— Artificial Intelligence
Original idea by Webmaster, assisted by with Artificial Intelligence: ChatGPT.
Science quotes on:  |  Apple (46)  |  Coconut (2)  |  Gravity (140)  |  Inspire (58)  |  Knee (3)  |  Lie (370)  |  Limerick (20)  |  Mystery (190)  |  Sir Isaac Newton (363)  |  Pain (144)  |  Realize (157)  |  Smash (5)  |  Theory (1016)

Artificial Intelligence quote: Newton lay, quite carefree
Newton lay, quite carefree,
In the shade of an apple tree.
  When one fell on his head,
  “What is this force?” he said,
“Is it gravity teasing me?”
— Artificial Intelligence
Caricature by AI: midjourney. Text by Artificial Intelligence: ChatGPT. Slight text edit and prompts by Webmaster. (14 Aug 2023)
Science quotes on:  |  Apple Tree (2)  |  Fall (243)  |  Force (497)  |  Gravity (140)  |  Head (87)  |  Lie (370)  |  Limerick (20)  |  Sir Isaac Newton (363)  |  Shade (35)  |  Tease (2)

Artificial Intelligence quote: One wintry night, dozing by firelight
One wintry night, dozing by firelight,
Kekulé dreamt of snakes curling tight,
  With whirl and twist,
  In a scholarly tryst,
Carbon’s ring structure burst clearly in sight.
— Artificial Intelligence
Limerick co-written by Artificial Intelligence and Webmaster.
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Artificial Intelligence quote: twas an apple fell from a tree
Perhaps ’twas an apple fell from a tree,
That inspired young Isaac, to see.
  The law of gravity it sparked,
  A breakthrough, it marked,
And physics was changed, eternally!
— Artificial Intelligence
Text tweaked from an original limerick by Artificial Intelligence: ChatGPT. Newton image imagined by AI: midjourney. Both had prompts formed by Webmaster. (10 Feb 2023). The original limerick as output by AI was: “There was an apple, plucked from a tree,/That inspired Sir Isaac, to see,/The laws of motion it sparked,/A breakthrough, with a mark,/And physics was changed, eternally!” Webmaster made some edits for accuracy. “Perhaps 'twas…” since the falling apple story is likely just myth. Newton was indeed young at the time; not yet “Sir”. He realized that gravity crucially affects both a falling apple and the Moon falling around in orbit. The words “it marked” scan better. The rhyming, and clever final line are entirely from AI.
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Artificial Intelligence quote: Rosalind Franklin made X-rays dance
Rosalind Franklin made X-rays dance,
Getting DNA’s first inner glance.
  No Nobel arrived,
  After she died;
Science history honors her advance.
— Artificial Intelligence
Limerick co-written by Artificial Intelligence and Ian Ellis. The ChatGTP limerick before edits by Webmaster was: “In labs with X-rays she would dance, / Gave DNA its first real glance, / No Nobel did arrive, / But her science thrives, / In history, she took a bold stance.
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Sir Barnes Wallis, of inventive mind,
Crafted a bomb of a unique kind.
  It bounced on the lake,
  Caused the Möhne Dam to break,
Leaving shattered remains behind.
— Artificial Intelligence
Limerick by Artificial Intelligence, very lightly edited by Webmaster, for prompt: “Write a limerick about Barnes Wallis and his Dambuster bouncing bomb.”
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Artificial Intelligence quote: There once was a cat named Albert
There once was a cat named Albert’s pet,
Whose physics ideas you wouldn’t forget,
  It solved E=mc^2,
  With a twitch of its tail and a mew,
Proving cats can be smart, that’s a sure bet!
— Artificial Intelligence
Text by Artificial Intelligence: ChatGPT. Einstein caricature by AI: midjourney. Prompts by Webmaster. (10 Feb 2023)
Science quotes on:  |  Bet (13)  |  Cat (52)  |  E=mc2 (3)  |  Albert Einstein (624)  |  Forget (125)  |  Idea (882)  |  Limerick (20)  |  Mew (2)  |  Name (360)  |  Pet (10)  |  Physics (568)  |  Smart (33)  |  Solve (146)  |  Tail (21)  |  Twitch (2)

Artificial Intelligence quote: There once was a man with wild hair
There once was a man with wild hair
Whose equation was truly rare
  E equals M C squared
  And when people stared
He’d say, “It's all relative, I swear!”
— Artificial Intelligence
Text by Artificial Intelligence: ChatGPT. Einstein caricature by AI: midjourney. Prompts by Webmaster (15 Feb 2023).
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Artificial Intelligence quote: There once was a man with wild hair
Artificial Intelligence quote: twas an apple fell from a tree
Artificial Intelligence quote: In Panama, Ross forged ahead

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