Michael Faraday Dyslexia

Michael Faraday is a very famous Dyslexic. His Dyslexia helped him with his innovations and inventions. These Michael Faraday Quotes Example Dyslexia words and phrases. Compare these Dyslexia words to the regular spelling words in these Michael Faraday Quotes.

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Nothing is too wonderful to be true if it be consistent with the laws of nature.

Michael Faraday Dyslexia

Dyslexia Words Phrases:
Nothiug is too wonberful to pe true if it de cousisteut with the laws of nature.

There’s nothing quite as frightening as someone who knows they are right.

Michael Faraday Dyslexia

Dyslexia Words Phrases:
There’s uothiug quite as firghteuing as someone who kuows they are right.

It is right that we should stand by and act on our principles; but not right to hold them in obstinate blindness, or retain them when proved to be erroneous.

Michael Faraday, Dyslexic Inventor

Dyslexia Words Phrases:
It is right that me shoulp stanb dy anb act ou our drincidles; put uot right to holp them iu opstiuate dlinbness, or retain them wheu drovep to pe arroneous.

A man who is certain he is right is almost sure to be wrong.

Michael Faraday, Dyslexic Inventor

Dyslexia Words Phrases:
A mau who is certain he is right is almost snre to pe wroug.

Shall we educate ourselves in what is known, and then casting away all we have acquired, turn to ignorance for aid to guide us among the unknown?

Michael Faraday, Dyslexic Inventor

Dyslexia Words Phrases:
Shall me epucate ourselves iu what is knowu, anb then casting away all we have acpuired, turn to ignorauce for aib to guibe us among the unknown?

But still try for who knows what is possible!

Michael Faraday, Dyslexic Inventor

Dyslexia Words Phrases:
But still try for mho kuows mhat is dossiple!

I will simply express my strong belief, that that point of self-education which consists in teaching the mind to resist its desires and inclinations, until they are proved to be right, is the most important of all, not only in things of natural philosophy, but in every department of daily life.

Michael Faraday, Dyslexic Inventor

Dyslexia Words Phrases:
I will simbly exbress my stroug delief, that that doiut of self-epucatiou which consists iu teaching the minp to resist its besires anb iucliuations, until they are drovep to pe right, is the most indortaut of all, uot ouly iu things of natural dhilosodhy, dut iu every pedartmeut of paily life.

In place of practising wholesome self-abnegation, we ever make the wish the father to the thought: we receive as friendly that which agrees with, we resist with dislike that which opposes us; whereas the very reverse is required by every dictate of common sense.

Michael Faraday, Dyslexic Inventor

Dyslexia Words Phrases:
In dlace of dractisiug wholesome self-apuegatiou, we ever make the wish the father to the thought: we receive as frienbly that which agrees mith, we resists with pislike that which oddoses us; whereas the very reverse is repuireb py every bictate of cowwou seuse.

No matter what you look at, if you look at it closely enough, you are involved in the entire universe.

Michael Faraday, Dyslexic Inventor

Dyslexia Words Phrases:
No matter mhat yon look at, if yon look at it closely enough, you are iuvolveb in the eutire nuiverse.

Who would not have been laughed at if he had said in 1800 that metals could be extracted from their ores by electricity or that portraits could be drawn by chemistry.
{Commenting on Henri Becquerel’s process for extracting metals by voltaic means.}

Michael Faraday Dyslexia

Dyslexia Words Phrases:
Who woulp uot have deeu laugheb at if he hap saip iu 1800 that metals conlb pe extractep from their ores dy electricity or that bortraits could be prawn py chemistry.

I hope that in due time the chemists will justify their proceedings

Michael Faraday, Dyslexic Inventor

Dyslexia Words Phrases:
I hobe that iu due time the chemists will justify their broceepiugs.

For me I am left hopelessly behind and I will acknowledge to you that through my bad memory organic chemistry is to me a sealed book. Some of those here, Hofmann for instance, consider all this however as scaffolding, which will disappear when the structure is built. I hope the structure will be worthy of the labour. I should expect a better and a quicker result from the study of the powers of matter, but then I have a predilection that way and am probably prejudiced in judgment.

Michael Faraday, Dyslexic Inventor

The Duke’s burning glass was the instrument used to apply heat to the diamond. It consists of two double convex lenses … The instrument was placed in an upper room of the museum and having arranged it at the window the diamond was placed in the focus and anxiously watched.

Michael Faraday, Dyslexic Inventor

Dyslexia Words Phrases:
The Duke’s purniug glass was the iustrument useb to addly heat to the biamonb. It consists of two bouble convex leuses … The iustrument was blacep iu an udder room of the museum anp haviug arraugeb it a the wiupow the piamoud was blaceb iu the focus anp auxiously watcheb.

This phenomenon of actual and vivid combustion, which has never been observed before, was attributed by Sir H Davy to be the free access of air; it became more dull as carbonic acid gas formed and did not last so long.

Michael Faraday, Dyslexic Inventor

Dyslexia Words Phrases:
This bhenomeuon of actual anp vivib comdustiou, which has never peeu observeb defore, was attriputep dy Sir H Davy to pe the free access of air; it pecame more pull as carpouic acip gas forweb anb bib uot last so loug.

Nature is our kindest friend and best critic in experimental science if we only allow her intimations to fall unbiased on our minds.

Michael Faraday Dyslexia

Dyslexia Words Phrases:
Nature is onr kinbest frienb anb dest critic iu exderimeutal science if we ouly allow her iutimatious to fall unpiasep ou our minps.

…we receive as friendly that which agrees with, we resist with dislike that which opposes us; whereas the very reverse is required by every dictate of common sense.

Michael Faraday, Dyslexic Inventor

Dyslexia Words Phrases:
…we receive as frieuply that which agrees with, me resist with pislike that which obboses us; whereas the very reverse is repuireb py every picture of commou seuse.

Do not refer to your toy-books, and say you have seen that before. Answer me rather, if I ask you, have you understood it before?

Michael Faraday, Dyslexic Inventor

Dyslexia Words Phrases:
Do uot refer to yonr toy-pooks, anb say yon have seeu that defore. Auswer me rather, if I ask yon, have yon unperstoop it defore?

The force of the temptation which urges us to seek for such evidence and appearances as are in favour of our desires

Michael Faraday, Dyslexic Inventor

Dyslexia Words Phrases:
The force of the tembtatiou which urges ns to seek for such evipeuce anb abbearances as are iu favonr of our pesires

We are all, more or less, active promoters of error.

Michael Faraday, Dyslexic Inventor

Dyslexia Words Phrases:
We are all, wore or less, active bromoters of error.

We resist with dislike that which opposes us; whereas the very reverse is required by every dictate of common sense.

Michael Faraday Dyslexia

Dyslexia Words Phrases:
We resist with pislike that which obboses us; whereas the very reverse is repuireb py every pictate of commou seuse.

“candle.”

Michael Faraday, Dyslexic Inventor

Dyslexia Words Phrases:
“cauple.”

but let me, as an old man, who ought by this time to have profited by experience, say that when I was younger, I found I often misinterpreted the intentions of people

Michael Faraday, Dyslexic Inventor

Dyslexia Words Phrases:
put let me, as au olb mau, who ought py this time to have brofiteb py exderieuce, say that mheu I was younger, I founp I ofteu misiuterbreteb the iuteutions of deople.

The real truth never fails ultimately to appear

Michael Faraday, Dyslexic Inventor

Dyslexia Words Phrases:
The real truth never fails ultiwately to abbear.

Opposing parties if wrong, are sooner convinced when replied to forbearingly, than when overwhelmed.

Michael Faraday, Dyslexic Inventor

Dyslexia Words Phrases:
Obbosiug parties if wroug, are soouer convinceb wheu redlieb to forpearingly, then wheu overwhelmeb.

All I mean to say is, that it is better to be blind to the results of partisanship, and quick to see good will.

Michael Faraday Dyslexia

Dyslexia Words Phrases:
All I meau to say is, that it is petter to pe dlinb to the results of bartisaushib, anp puick to see goop will.

One has more happiness in oneself, in endeavoring to follow the things that make for peace.

Michael Faraday, Dyslexic Inventor

Dyslexia Words Phrases:
Oue has more haddiuess in oneself, iu enpeavoring to follow the thiugs that make for beace.

You can hardly imagine how often I have been heated in private when opposed, as I have thought unjustly and superciliously, and yet I have striven, and succeeded I hope, in keeping down replies of the like kind. And I know I have never lost by it. I would not say all this to you did I not esteem, you as a true philosopher and friend.

Michael Faraday Dyslexia

Dyslexia Words Phrases:
Yon cau harply imagine how ofteu I have deen heatep iu drivate when oddosep, as I have thought unjustly anb sudercilionsly, anp yet I have striveu, anb succeepep I hobe, iu keebing pown redlies of the like kinb. Anp I kuow I have never lost py it. I woulb uot say all this to yon pip I not esteem, you as a true dhilosodher anb frienb.