1. "for immortality is but ubiquity in time"
- Quote by Herman Melville
2. "Ubiquity must never be mistaken for biology."
- Phil Zuckerman, Society without God: What the Least Religious Nations Can Tell Us About Contentment
4. "Mark Buchanan’s Ubiquity, Philip Ball’s Critical Mass, and Paul Ormerod’s Why Most Things Fail."
- Nassim Nicholas Taleb, The Black Swan: The Impact of the Highly Improbable
5. "I honestly believe that in this day and age of informational ubiquity and nanosecond change, teamwork remains the one sustainable competitive advantage that has been largely untapped."
- Patrick Lencioni, Overcoming the Five Dysfunctions of a Team: A Field Guide for Leaders
6. "it cannot be much matter of surprise that some whalemen should go still further in their superstitions; declaring Moby Dick not only ubiquitous, but immortal (for immortality is but ubiquity in time);"
- Herman Melville, Moby Dick: or
7. "Extrapolated, technology wants what life wants: Increasing efficiency Increasing opportunity Increasing emergence Increasing complexity Increasing diversity Increasing specialization Increasing ubiquity Increasing freedom Increasing mutualism Increasing beauty Increasing sentience Increasing structure Increasing evolvability"
- Kevin Kelly, What Technology Wants
8. "The last thing I crave is to be exposed to the sort of grandstanding preachers that so many evangelical churches seem to breed with the ubiquity of maggots appearing in road kill. The last thing I want is a new and improved worship experience. The last thing I want is for the service to be socially and politically relevant"
- Frank Schaeffer, Why I am an Atheist Who Believes in God: How to give love
9. "There does not exist any more a holy mountain or a holy city or holy land which can be marked on a map. The reason is not that God’s holiness in space has suddenly become unworthy of Him or has changed into a heathen ubiquity. The reason is that all prophecy is now fulfilled in Jesus, and God’s holiness in space, like all God’s holiness, is now called and is Jesus of Nazareth."
- Quote by Karl Barth
10. "Here’s another definition I like, for different reasons: An act of violence would be any act that inflicts physical or psychological harm on another.388 I like this one because its inclusiveness reminds us of the ubiquity of violence, and thus I think demystifies violence a bit. So, you say you oppose violence? Well, in that case you oppose life. You oppose all change. The important question becomes: What types of violence do you oppose?"
- Derrick Jensen, Endgame