Quotations list about asteroids captions for Instagram citing Mark Twain, James Hansen and Henry David Thoreau sayings.

What are the best asteroids quotes?

We've gathered this hand-picked list of quotes to show you what is asteroids!

Whether a inspirational quote from your favorite celebrity Mark Twain, James Hansen or an motivational message about giving it your best from a successful business person, we can all benefit from a famous asteroids quote.

Noise proves nothing. Often a hen who has merely laid an egg cackles as if she laid an asteroid. — Mark Twain

Imagine a giant asteroid on a direct collision course with Earth. That is the equivalent of what we face now [with climate change], yet we dither. — James Hansen

It is interesting to observe with what singular unanimity the farthest sundered nations and generations consent to give completeness and roundness to an ancient fable, of which they indistinctly appreciate the beauty or the truth. By a faint and dream-like effort, though it be only by the vote of a scientific body, the dullest posterity slowly add some trait to the mythus. As when astronomers call the lately discovered planet Neptune; or the asteroid Astr — Henry David Thoreau

Our biggest threat is not an asteroid about to crash into us, something we can do nothing about. Instead, all the major threats facing us today are problems entirely of our own making. And since we made the problems, we can also solve the problems. — Jared Diamond

We are involved in technology development for, you know, missions that we hope to plan that would take us to an asteroid and eventually to Mars. — Ellen Ochoa

This planet is 15 million years overdue for an asteroid strike like the one that killed the dinosaurs. — L. Neil Smith

We need to take command of the solar system to gain that wealth, and to escape the sea of paper our government is becoming, and for some decent chance of stopping a Dinosaur Killer asteroid. — Larry Niven

I despise the Lottery. There's less chance of you becoming a millionaire than there is of getting hit on the head by a passing asteroid. — Brian May