Top 50 Plausible Quotes

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When I am preparing my ‘lookalike’ photographs, I think about the character of the real people, because, if the photographs are going to be plausible, you have to convince the viewer that they could have happened.

When it comes to the Russia investigation, President Trump would be wise to review Scandal 101: Plausible deniability is your friend.

Liberalism is an attitude rather than a set of dogmas – an attitude that insists upon questioning all plausible and self-evident propositions, seeking not to reject them but to find out what evidence there is to support them rather than their possible alternatives.

My determination is not to remain stubbornly with my ideas, but I’ll leave them and go over to others as soon as I am shown plausible reasons which I can grasp.

Fact doesn’t have to be plausible; it just has to be fact.

An aftermath of real failures can make the whole blockchain ecosystem more resilient because it will result in revealing the boundaries and realities of what’s possible, useful, absurd, impossible, repeatable, and scalable out of everything that appears plausible and innovative at the beginning.

I think it’s totally possible and plausible that racial balkanization is a recurring aspect of the nature of human politics.

Judges ought to be more leaned than witty, more reverent than plausible, and more advised than confident. Above all things, integrity is their portion and proper virtue.

Behavioral economics offers a plausible explanation for overreactions by the market. For example, a long period of bad performance can lead to stereotyping.

The really smart conspiracies are the ones that explain, ‘This is why this is plausible,’ not, ‘This is what happened.’ If it makes sense and if it’s possible, I’d investigate it.

Tricks you need to transform something which appears fantastic, unbelievable into something plausible, credible, those I learned from journalism. The key is to tell it straight. It is done by reporters and by country folk.

Given the tendency of many to picture God‘s realm as somewhere high above Earth – an idea that sounds suspiciously like the Greek stories of deities perched on inaccessible mountain tops – it may seem plausible to assume that astronomers have special insight. Well, of course they don’t.

All sacrifices of common sense, and all recourse to plausible political combinations, whether of individuals or of men, are uniformly made at the expense of the majority.

Art is about forgetting all these feelings, good and bad, and trying to understand what acts will last longer, which symbols will remain in history. It’s a question of perspective: The further you get from the past, the more concrete and plausible it seems.

Truth is so hard to tell, it sometimes needs fiction to make it plausible.

Perhaps first and foremost is the challenge of taking what I find as a reader and making it into a poem that, primarily, has to be a plausible poem in English.

It’s good to get your hands dirty a bit and to test how you see things at a given point. And it’s very pleasing after writing something like ‘Atonement‘ or ‘On Chesil Beach,’ which are historical, to get involved in some plausible re-enactment of the here and now.

If I would need to make a prediction I still believe Kaplan’s scenario is very plausible.

The disappearance of Israel as a Zionist project, through war, cultural exhaustion or demographic momentum, is… plausible… Many Israelis see the demise of the country as not just possible, but probable.

I am attracted to arguments that have a certain plausible originality to them.

Demands for equal financing of sewers, streets, and garbage collection would make more sense than proposals for equal financing of the schools, since some plausible connection may be inferred between the amount of money expended, e.g., for roads, and the quality of service resulting to the taxpayer.

All economic forecasts are subject to considerable uncertainty. There is always a wide range of plausible outcomes for important economic variables, including the federal funds rate.

The truth has got to appear plausible on the stage.

Rather than being a ‘perversion‘ of Islam, it is truer to say that the version of Islam espoused by ISIS, while undoubtedly the worst possible interpretation of Islam, and for Muslims and non-Muslims everywhere obviously the most destructive version of Islam, is nevertheless a plausible interpretation of Islam.

Douglas Murray
There is no plausible theory under which the record of the Pentagon Papers can be interpreted as relating to the national defense.

Most important to any fake story is a plausible, realistic edge with a satirical twist that is topical.

Joey Skaggs
Among the plausible niches for extraterrestrial life in our solar system, the clouds of Venus are among the most accessible and the least well explained.

In the first few years, it was at least plausible to come in in the morning and read all the Usenet traffic that had come in, and 15 minutes later be off doing something useful.

You have plausible deniability, as they say in politics, as an author with movies. Because if the movie is terrible, you simply say they failed to catch the genius of the book.

The more we learn about life, the less plausible is any evolutionary theory that relies on blind, undirected, piece-by-piece change.

We must embrace a new agenda based on inclusiveness; a commitment to reconnecting the social and the economic; a relinking of the latter to a plausible redistributive system; and a determination to ensure that everyone has access to justice. All these things are within our reach.

Some very plausible stuff is being written by women in a way that most men are not doing.

Amy Clampitt
If you look at the various strategies available for dealing with a new technology, sticking your head in the sand is not the most plausible strategy.

I don’t believe that we evolved moral psychology; it just doesn’t seem plausible to me as a biological phenomenon.

I’m hoping I can evade a type and go for roles based on what I consider plausible and what I consider good.

It’s not going to be true that every country has the same technological possibilities, but there is no reason why it might not be more or less true. Broadly, that the idea that the same technologies should be available everywhere seems to me very plausible.

James Mirrlees
The plausible outcomes range from the gradual and benign to the more precipitous and damaging.

Now ‘90210’ is returning with an all-new cast of slightly more plausible teens. I’ll be honest: I wish the old cast was back. Ideally, this spin-off would be an Ice Storm-esque exploration of the West Beverly gang‘s bleak adult lives.

When I create a false reality, I always try to create a plausible structure to help convince people.

Joey Skaggs
Truth is so hard to tell, it sometimes needs fiction to make it plausible.

Well I think fundamentally, what I think surprises me is the creationist movement, and the notion that somehow you can’t believe in God if you believe in evolution. But I don’t think there’s anything in the Bible which prevents a recognition that evolution is a highly plausible way that we came to be here.

It is quite plausible that the process of increased fragmentation of production across borders is subject to ‘diminishing returns‘ and has its natural limits.

I sometimes wonder why I do so much research – I look at other successful writers, and I think it must just be so relaxing to write about flying horses or something, but I have to make it plausible.

The entire economy relies on the suspension of disbelief. So does a fairy story or an animated cartoon. This means that no matter how soberly the financial experts dress, no matter how dry their language, the economy they worship can only ever be as plausible as an episode of ‘SpongeBob SquarePants.’

First comes an idea. Then, characters begin to evolve out of the landscape of that idea. And then, finally, characters dominate: plot is simply a function of what these people might do or be. Everything has to flow from their personalities; otherwise it will not be emotionally engaging, or plausible.

Exposing the activities of a foreign intelligence service renders them ineffective, since it removes plausible deniability, which is the hallmark of covert intelligence operations.

A joke is not a thing but a process, a trick you play on the listener‘s mind. You start him off toward a plausible goal, and then by a sudden twist you land him nowhere at all or just where he didn’t expect to go.

Max Eastman
There’s more to research than just looking up facts. Eventually, you have to make subjective calls. If you’re writing a science fiction novel, there’s probably some speculative technology in it. You’ll have to decide how to project existing technology forward in a plausible way.

Reality doesn’t have to be plausible. Reality can be as preposterous as it pleases.

I think that when you’ve got a world in which it’s plausible to have a guy dressed as a giant bat and fight evil clowns and other nightmarish freaks, I think the world has to be visually a little more arresting than a regular world.