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We must trust to nothing but facts: these are presented to us by nature and cannot deceive. We ought, in every instance, to submit our reasoning to the test of experiment, and never to search for truth but by the natural road of experiment and observation.

We must trust to nothing but facts: these are presented to us by nature and cannot deceive. We ought, in every instance, to submit our reasoning to the test of experiment, and never to search for truth but by the natural road of experiment and observation.

I consider nature a vast chemical laboratory in which all kinds of composition and decompositions are formed.

I consider nature a vast chemical laboratory in which all kinds of composition and decompositions are formed.

A wealthy landowner cannot cultivate and improve his farm without spreading comfort and well-being around him. Rich and abundant crops, a numerous population and a prosperous countryside are the rewards for his efforts. ---->>>

Vegetation is the basic instrument the creator uses to set all of nature in motion.

Vegetation is the basic instrument the creator uses to set all of nature in motion.

One succeeds in obtaining an equivalent production at a lower price by improving the arts, trades and agriculture and by developing the physical and moral qualities of workers, farmers and craftsmen. ---->>>

It is almost possible to predict one or two days in advance, within a rather broad range of probability, what the weather is going to be; it is even thought that it will not be impossible to publish daily forecasts, which would be very useful to soci. ---->>>

It took them only an instant to cut of that head, but it is unlikely that a hundred years will suffice to reproduce a singular one. ---->>>

Languages are true analytical methods.

Languages are true analytical methods.

While I thought myself employed only in forming a nomenclature, and while I proposed to myself nothing more than to improve the chemical language, my work transformed itself by degrees, without my being able to prevent it, into a treatise upon the Elements of Chemistry. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: French
Born: August 26, 1743
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Die: May 8, 1794
Occupation: Scientist
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Antoine-Laurent de Lavoisier (also Antoine Lavoisier after the French Revolution; French: [ɑ̃twan lɔʁɑ̃ də lavwazje]; 26 August 1743 – 8 May 1794;) was a French nobleman and chemist central to the 18th-century chemical revolution and had a large influence on both the history of chemistry and the history of biology (wikipedia)