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  H-Law | Reviews
The revolutionary generation was heavily influenced by the Enlightenment, with its great emphasis on science; they based much of their political theory on scientific ideas and defended their theories by analogies from the physical, mechanical, and biological sciences.
In his 1751 pamphlet, "Observations Concerning the Increase of Mankind," Franklin used the mathematical science of demography to study the population explosion in America as compared with Europe, "predicting that under the American conditions which provided unchecked growth, the population would double every twenty or twenty-five years" (p.
Cohen's overarching thesis is that science influenced the political theories and debates of the Revolutionary generation, by providing them with ideals to achieve and models to imitate, as well as analogies to support and illustrate their arguments in debate.
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 Encyclopedia: 1751
Caroline Matilda of Wales (July 11, 1751 _ May 10, 1775), was a princess of the United Kingdom and Ireland, sister of King George III of the United Kingdom and Queen of Denmark from 1767 to 1772.
Paul Dudley (1675 - 1751), attorney-general of Massachusetts, was the son of Joseph Dudley After graduating at Harvard in 1690, he studied law at the Temple in London, and became attorney-general of Massachusetts (1702 to 1718).
Christopher Polhem (December 18, 1661_ August 30, 1751) was a Swedish scientist and inventor, born in Visby on the island of Gotland.
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 Re-Emerging Yogic Science
This is an age of renaissance for the ancient science of yoga.
This is conceived in yogic literature as the journey from the development of the potential of annamaya kosha to the identification of the Self with higher consciousness in anandamaya kosha.
Re-emerging yogic science on the basis of its theoretical models, practical approach and exploratory studies has given high hopes of being an effective intervener for the promotion of health, subjective well-being and desired societal transformation.
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 Science Fair Projects - 1752 in science
Science kits, science lessons, science toys, maths toys, hobby kits, science games and books - these are some of many products that can help give your kid an edge in their science fair projects, and develop a tremendous interest in the study of science.
When shopping for a science kit or other supplies, make sure that you carefully review the features and quality of the products.
Science Fair Projects for students of all ages
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 Science Timeline   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In 1678, Huygens, in a communication to the Academie des Science, propounded a wave theory of light propagated through 'aether,' and held that every point on a wave is itself a source of new waves.
Thus the connections which science establishes are "entirely arbitrary," and the "utmost effort of human reason is to reduce the principles, productive of natural phenomena, to a greater simplicity" (Hume 1738:30).
In 1751, Maupertius, in Système de la Nature, put forward a theory of pangenesis, in which an embryo contained particles derived from all parts of the parent, and heritable novelties arose from changes in fluids or were induced by the environment.
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 Recent paper
With respect to this research, we have always taken the stance of defenders of Type II error, cautioning not to dismiss a phenomenon that may be beneficial to society just because it is difficult to explain by the current dogma of science.
Often it was summarily denied publication, on such grounds as “not being appropriate for this journal” or “supporting hypothesis outside the realm of normal science”.
And in science, if something is not published, it does not exist.
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 1789 in science - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The year 1789 in science and technology included many events, some of which are listed here.
See also: 1788 in science, other events of 1789, 1790 in science and the list of years in science.
May 25 - Anders Dahl, botanist for whom the dahlia is named (born 1751)
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 Science   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
This course is an introduction to phisical science.
It is a one-drdit course that satisfies the first year of the two-year science requirement.
This course will increase the student's awareness that an understanding of biology is of prime importance to the comtimuation of life on this planet.
www.creswell.k12.or.us /CHS/course_guide/Science.html   (407 words)

 1752 in science - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The year 1752 in science and technology included many events, some of which are listed here.
See also: 1751 in science, other events of 1752, 1753 in science and the list of years in science.
Benjamin Franklin's kite experiment determined that lightning was an electrical phenomenon.
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 I need to find when volcanology as a science began and who is considered the first volcanologist. I read that Antonio ...
I read that Antonio Moro (1751) Italien is considered the first volcanologist he described the eruptions of Vesuvio and Etna.Is it correct.
I think most volcanologists would agree that their science began with the detailed description of the AD 79 eruption of Vesuvius by Pliny the Younger.
Moro contributed to the science by arguing that all rocks are volcanic in origin.
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 IPWatchdog.com - Benjamin Franklin
Today in the minds of many Benjamin Franklin is remembered as one of the Founding Fathers, and revered for his contributions to the drafting of the Declaration of Independence, the Constitutional Convention and his role in finally convincing the French to join America's fight for Independence.
While all of these accomplishments are certainly noteworthy and would be the defining achievement in the career of most, it is the science and invention of Benjamin Franklin that propelled him to fame and fortune.
It was his love of science and the pursuit of knowledge, however, that brought out the inventor in Franklin.
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Some astronomers argue it to be the "tenth planet." Because Ceres is located in the "asteroid belt" it was presumed to be homogeneous in structure and therefore not a planet.
The composition of meat and milk from beef and dairy cattle derived from cloning were compared to that of genetic- and breed-matched control animals from conventional reproduction.
The authors suggest that in tropical bees it is more important for large bees to retain heat for they spend more of their time in foraging while smaller bees spend more of their time on the nest where incubation of the brood requires them to lose heat.
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 Why Does Back-to-School Imply Back to Math?
In the USA, the importance of scientific knowledge was emphasized by such early Americans as Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Jefferson, the former founding the Philadelphia Academy of Science in 1751.
The familiar justification for mandatory math and science education is that today's world is so heavily dependent on mathematics and science (in large part through technology) that everyone needs to be proficient in those areas.
Keith Devlin (devlin@stmarys-ca.edu) is Dean of Science at Saint Mary's College of California, in Moraga, California, and a Senior Researcher at Stanford University.
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 1750 in science - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The year 1750 in science and technology included many events, some of which are listed here.
See also: 1749 in science, other events of 1750, 1751 in science and the list of years in science.
Thomas Wright suggests that the Milky Way Galaxy is a disk-shaped system of stars with the solar system near the centre
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 Computer Science
Note: The course is cross-listed as Engineering 3351 and Computer Science 3351 and Physics 3351 and may therefore count as three credits in any of these disciplines.
This course is an introduction to numerical methods for solving a variety of problems in mathematics, the natural sciences, and engineering.
This course is an introduction to theoretical aspects of Computer Science such as formal language and automata theory and complexity theory.
www.mta.ca /calendar/99-00/cs30004000.htm   (921 words)

 Biblio:Planets & Universe
Spray, Planetary science: Impacts in the round [re: newly discovered, buried, impact structure, perhaps 60 m.y.
Borg, e.a., The age of the carbonates in Martian meteorite ALH84001, Science, 286, 90-, 1999.
Juszkiewicz, R., et al., Evidence for a low-density universe from the relative velocities of galaxies, Science, 287, 109-, 2000.
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 H-Net Review: Shalom Doron on Science and the Founding Fathers: Science in the ...
This episode illustrates how Cohen's perspective enriches our understandings of perennial subjects of scholarly inquiry; though the controversy over unicameral versus bicameral legislatures has long been a staple of historians' understandings of the evolution of American constitutionalism,[6] no previous scholar has noted the invocation of scientific analogies by the key figures in that dispute.
In his fifth and final chapter, "Science and the Constitution," Cohen studies science as it influenced the political thought of James Madison and other members of the Federal Convention of 1787, as it emerges in the text of the Constitution, and as it was used by Madison to defend the Constitution in his essays in
indicate that science pervaded the thought of its authors, and of the Revolutionary generation as a whole, so completely that they referred to it unconsciously in their political debates.
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 First Year Computer Science   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Computer Science 1751 will not be offered in 1996-7.
Computer Science CS1771 is intended for students whose main interest is in using applications programs such as word processors, spreadsheets and databases.
Computer Science CS1771 has a required laboratory period in the University's PC Lab.
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 Science in Gladstone MANITOBA Canada - Pagelite Search The Canadian Web Directory
...was described by an authority of that time as "an ancient and skilful woman, living at Woburn," famous for her attainments in medical science.
The staff works directly with the University of Manitoba Food Science Department which at the...
Attended University of Manitoba and received a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture in 1970...
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The different branches of science deal in the main with the different levels of organisation of physical substance.
Fields like psychology, anthropology, and sociology move away from the boundaries of science altogether.
There is so much material on different branches of science on the web that it is pointless citing links to individual pages.
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 Science -- Service 284 (5421): 1751
Ever since the early 1940s, when Glenn Seaborg and his Berkeley colleagues created the first handful of artificial elements beyond the 94 that exist in nature, physicists have vied to forge the next heaviest element.
The most recent milestone came in January when researchers at the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research in Dubna, Russia, won a race to create the long-sought element 114 (Science, 22 January, p.
Element 114 was a special prize because its 30-second lifetime seemed to confirm predictions of an island of stability--a realm of superheavy elements including 114 and its neighbors, whose nuclei have an internal structure that makes them more stable than heavier and lighter isotopes.
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 Mathematics 3000 Series
This course provides an introduction to the nature of theoretical mathematical modelling illustrated by examples drawn from the physical and engineering sciences, pursuit and conflict problems, population dynamics (mathematical ecology), traffic flow, sociological problems (voting, kinship, cultural stability) and other areas depending on the interests of the class.
Prereq: Mathematics 2121 and Mathematics/Computer Science 3411; or permission of the Department.
Prereq: Mathematics 1111; one of Mathematics 2311, Mathematics 3311, Psychology 2001 and 2101; one of Computer Science 1711 or 1851; or permission of the Department.
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 Discovery 2004: USS DISCOVERY: Science Center -> Misty Maw   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
By the blue uniforms they bore, it was clear they were science officers.
They had seeded the galaxy so that worlds would be populated to continue their exploration of culture and of science, not so that they could be culled through disease and war.
In a strong demanding voice, he adressed the mimic, "Who are you?" No one seemed to hear him, not his dopleganger, not the crewmembers.
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 Science Fair Projects - Lord Aston of Forfar
Science Fair Projects - Lord Aston of Forfar
The title of Lord Aston of Forfar was created in the Peerage of Scotland in 1627.
It became dormant upon the death of the 5th Lord in 1751.
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 The Pages/Clivar Intersection   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Graham, N.E., T.P. Barnett, R. Wilde, M. Ponater, and S. Schubert, On the roles of tropical and midlatitude SSTs in forcing interannual to interdecadal variability in the winter Northern Hemisphere circulation, Journal of Climate 7, 1416-1441, 1994.
Kumar, A., A. Leetmaa, and M. Ji, Simulations of atmospheric variability induced by sea surface temperatures and implications for global warming, Science 266, 632- 634, 1994.
Lange, C., and A.Schimmelmann, Seasonal resolution of laminated sediments in Santa Barbara Basin: its significance in paleoclimatic studies, in Proceedings of the tenth annual Pacific Climate (PACLIM) Workshop, edited by K.T. Redmond and V.T. Tharp, Technical Report 36 of the Interagency Ecological Studies Program for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Estuary, pp.
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 Strange Science: Timeline
1720-René Réaumur submits a report to the Paris Academy of Sciences proposing that a brief Noachian flood cannot account for the thick sedimentary layers (composed largely of broken shells) underlying the region of Tours.
1723-Antoine de Jussieu addresses a paper to the Académie des Sciences suggesting that an ancient object, e.g., a stone tool, made of the same material and by the same process as those used by a modern population probably has the same function.
The embryos all come from the Doushantuo phosphorites in southern China, and all are estimated to be approximately 570 million years old, making them the oldest fossil embryos so far discovered.
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 1751 in archaeology -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The year 1751 CE in (The branch of anthropology that studies prehistoric people and their cultures) archaeology included many events, some of which are listed below.
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The (Click link for more info and facts about Society of Antiquaries of London) Society of Antiquaries of London receives its (A charter granted by the sovereign (especially in Great Britain)) Royal charter
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 Volumn 1 Articles
Department of English as a Second Language,College of Arts and Sciences, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.A.,1973.
CORY, R., and HUFNAGEL, P. The effect of the Science of CreativeIntelligence course on high school students: A preliminary report.
It is seen thatrepeated experience of this state develops a fifth state of consciousness,cosmic consciousness or enlightenment, in which behavior is spontaneously"in accord with all the laws of nature."
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