A Quote by Joao Magueijo on physics, cosmology, self-esteem, science, vision, and courage
My diary entries during this period constantly refer to the importance of learning how to take criticism. If you shut yourself in your own little world, that will be the death of your theory. On the other hand, many of the criticisms you receive are pointless and simply reflect the view that anything new is bad. In such a delicate situation it is crucial to tread gingerly and be careful to appreciate the difference between pertinent and idiotic comments.
Source: Faster Than the Speed of Light: The Story of a Scientific Speculation, Pages: 197
Contributed by: Laurie