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Robin Ince - Quotes

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One idea I explore in my stand-up show is whether, if you try looking at the universe rationally and avoid coping mechanisms like mysticism or religion, you can still be happy knowing you are going to die after a brief time on this spinning ball.

One idea I explore in my stand-up show is whether, if you try looking at the universe rationally and avoid coping mechanisms like mysticism or religion, you can still be happy knowing you are going to die after a brief time on this spinning ball.

The main battle is to make people realise that doubt is important. Doubt is good. The 'don't know' answer sometimes is the box you should tick, and it's about not being scared about that fact. Even the greatest minds don't know everything. ---->>>

I have a theory that evolutionary biologists are more vain than particle physicists. ---->>>

Wherever you are on Earth, there is more life present than in the rest of the known universe. ---->>>

We very quickly forget about the wonderful things we've got. People lose their excitement because there's too much. Basically we're experiencing nothing, because everything is available to us. ---->>>

I have a problem with telling jokes about physics. Quite often the audience have no idea what you are talking about and, to be honest, I don't know what I'm talking about either. ---->>>

Once you start looking at the world rationally, it becomes much more exciting. ---->>>

Science is very cross-generational; you're not just aiming it at twentysomethings, or eightysomethings. Every town's got a really broad selection of people and age groups interested in science. ---->>>

There can be a science to joke writing, there are certainly rules and patterns that can be followed, but I think most of the best comedy goes beyond the rules. ---->>>

I have faced up to what I am. ---->>>

I want to create shows which are interesting. I hope that some people are excited by some of the ideas. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: English
Born: 02-20, 1969
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Occupation: Comedian

Robin Ince (born 20 February 1969 in Amersham, Buckinghamshire) is an English comedian, actor and writer. He is best known for presenting the BBC radio show The Infinite Monkey Cage with physicist Brian Cox.(wikipedia)