HCPro Human Capital Professional Education is a tradename of COME WITH ME EDUCATION LTD.
“The cosmos is all that is, or ever was, or ever will be. Come with me…“
With those words in 1980 the astronomer Carl Sagan launched “Cosmos,” an epic TV series that brought science to the public, targeting to a general audience of viewers who Sagan felt had lost interest in science, in part due to an educational system that failed to empower scientific, economic and financial literacy.
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“If you understand how the world works and what the limitations are, then you can judge when someone is trying to exploit your scientific ignorance.”
– Neil deGrasse Tyson –
“One child, one teacher, one book and one pen can change the world.”
– Malala Yousafzai –
“O me, O life?’ -That you are here – that life exists, and identity; that the powerful play goes on and you may contribute a verse”. What will your verse be?
– Walter Whitman –
1.618 Views, Words and Ideas
that will change the World.
“I grew up in Limassol, Cyprus. A city with a “live” neighborhood, that included houses, lampposts, cars and people with diversified opinions, thoughts and behavior. Children were playing outside every afternoon. I had the privilege to be one of them, to have friends, to have people important to me. I started going to school, to learn more about the world. Just like any kid, we all start out as a natural-born scientists. We ask questions, we are curious, we want to discover the world. However, the excitement for discovery and thirst for knowledge and science was soon oppressed by society. I slowly began to understand that the educational system failed in promoting efficiently scientific literacy. People follow blindly others without questioning anything. In a world full of lies and misinformation, science is the best tool we have today for discovering the truth.”
– Marios C.Kyriakou –
“If we lived on a planet where nothing ever changed, there would be little to do. There would be nothing to figure out. There would be no impetus for science. And if we lived in an unpredictable world, where things changed in random or very complex ways, we would not be able to figure things out. But we live in an in-between universe, where things change, but according to patterns, rules, or as we call them, laws of nature. If I throw a stick up in the air, it always falls down. If the sun sets in the west, it always rises again the next morning in the east. And so it becomes possible to figure things out. We can do science, and with it we can improve our lives.”
– Carl Sagan –
“The difficulty lies not so much in developing new ideas as in escaping from old ones.”
– John M. Keynes –