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  SCIENCE
The basis of science is to determine what is true, not by what the greatest authorities claim, or by what would be true in the ideal universe, or some magical revelation or inner feeling, but by what actually happens in the real world.
Science recognizes that all beliefs have the possibility of error, so it is always open to new evidence.
Science as it is practiced in the real world does not always live up to the ideal required by the scientific method.
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 Science vs Pseudoscience
The main problem with the social-role definition of science is that it has no connection to the sorts of cognitive standards that ought to be in the forefront of debates about pseudoscience.
The creation-science "model" is, therefore, not an example of science at all: it involves a supra-natural cause, transcendent to the system of finite causes; it explains in terms of purposes and intentions; and it cites a transcendent, unique, and unrepeatable - even in principle, uncontrollable - action.
There have been many times in the history of science when perfectly regular connections have been observed and summarized in what are called "phenomenological descriptions"; but we are almost never satisfied by mere descriptions of a regularity or pattern.
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 Science Timeline
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 1758, Alexis Claude Clairaut conjectured that Halley's comet might be subject to unknown forces, such as another comet or unknown planet.
www.sciencetimeline.net /1651.htm   (5037 words)

  
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 History of Science
The history of science is usually seen as emerging from the early studies of Joseph Preistley (1733-1804), Adam Smith (1723-1790) and Jean E. Montucla (1725-1799) in the late eighteenth century.
Philosophers of science, smitten with logical positivism's alluring promise of rigor, began to think that the method of conceptual analysis alone was sufficient to formulate an adequate understanding of the scientific enterprise.
Science 2 (S2) on the other hand, is the process by which those discoveries were made (i.e., including not only explicit statements about advances but also the various false starts, technological half-steps, implicit speculations, and rough sketches, etc.).
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 History of Biology
The Babylonians were quite knowledgeable in a number of areas of science: their knowledge of astronomy was very advanced by even 1500 BC or earlier.
Because modern science distinguishes between subjective and objective and teaches us that objective is “good” and subjective is “bad,” this creates for us an increasingly wide gulf between our perceptions of phenomena and the concepts by which we explain them.
Since Darwin’s time, in Western culture, science and religion have pretty much gone their own ways at a time when new discoveries are constantly being made in science.
biology.clc.uc.edu /courses/bio104/hist_sci.htm   (7493 words)

  
 1758 in science -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
1758 in science -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article
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www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/1/17/1758_in_science.htm   (218 words)

  
 Strange Science: Hominids
It's impossible to overestimate the contribution Linnaeus made to science — he developed the system for classifying all living organisms that is still in use today.
Although modern science has tied certain functions to various regions of the brain, we realize there's still so much we don't know.
Nineteenth-century phrenologists were a lot more confident — and convinced that they could tell a patient's mental abilities from the shape of his or her skull.
www.strangescience.net /sthom1.htm   (1059 words)

  
 MIT Computational Cognitive Science Group - Publications
J. Tenenbaum, V. De Silva, J. Langford, Science 290 (5500): 22 December 2000.
Kemp, C. and Tenenbaum, J. Proceedings of the Twenty-Fifth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society.
The large-scale structure of semantic networks: statistical analyses and a model of semantic growth.
web.mit.edu /~cocosci/pubs.html   (622 words)

  
 1758 Encyclopedia Article, Definition, History, Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
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 Science and Society Picture Library
SSPL represents over a million images from the Science Museum, the National Museum of Photography, Film and Television and the National Railway Museum.
In addition, you may not remove the image identification mark or alter, manipulate, add to or delete an image or any part of an image without permission.
Copyright in all the images remains with the Science and Society Picture Library and the collections it represents.
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 1758   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Operate and maintain a Chemagnetics CMX360 NMR spectrometer and probes in the Keck NMR lab; maintain an 8T American Magnetics Inc. super conducting magnet.
Volunteered in the Association for Women In Science workshop (AWIS, http://www.awis.org/).
Built a sensitive device employing thermoelectric coolers and operational amplifiers to demonstrate the 2nd law of thermodynamics.
www.aip.org /web2/resume/1758.html   (264 words)

  
 Science
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.
www.kheper.net /topics/science/science.htm   (1958 words)

  
 Strange Science: Sea Monsters
Denys de Montfort bragged that if this representation were swallowed, he would next represent a cephalopod embracing the Straits of Gibraltar.
Seventy years later, Alexander Winchell did two admirable things: He called Denys de Montfort's depiction a sailor's yarn, but also suggested, "the unexplored depths of the ocean conceal the forms of octopods that far surpass in magnitude any of the species known to science." Winchell was right on both counts.
Here two sailors cook their dinner on the back of a whale so big that they have mistaken it for an island and landed on it.
www.strangescience.net /stsea2.htm   (1205 words)

  
 Science, antiquariaat Forum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The work is divided into three parts and elaborately illustrated with perspective drawings.
The second letter, dated Padova 1.7.1607 to Valerio Martini and the third by Martini to Joannes Praevocius, dated Venice 18.8.1607, are devoted to the same subject.
Interesting and almost unknown works written on the threshold of modern science.
www.forum-hes.nl /forum/main_stocklist.phtml/subject/14/2/Science.html   (5075 words)

  
 Science Communication Unit
Science Communication strategically develops and implements new science communication initiatives in response to national challenges and needs and in line with international trends in the field of science communication.
This Unit sustains and renews a portfolio of existing science communication initiatives.
The South African Agency for Science and Technology Advancement (SAASTA) is an agency of the National Research Foundation (NRF)
www.saasta.ac.za /scicom/index.shtml   (168 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: 1758 in science   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
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 SCIENCE Online -- Golombek et al. 278 (5344):1743
Science 5 December 1997; 278 (5344):1734 (in Reports)
Science 5 December 1997; 278 (5344):1749 (in Reports)
Science 5 December 1997; 278 (5344):1752 (in Reports)
www.astro.virginia.edu /class/oconnell/astr121/test/MPF-sci1297.htm   (4668 words)

  
 Science Citation Index A.D. 1758
Berthold Hauser, Elementa philosophiae, tomus IV: Physica generalis (Vienna, 1758).
Histoire de l'Académie Royale des Sciences (Paris, 1757).
In Leiden research on the scientific basis of citation indices is done at the Centre for Science and Technology Studies.
www.lorentz.leidenuniv.nl /history/citations/citations.html   (98 words)

  
 Science -- Sign In
Sanfey et al., The Neural Basis of Economic Decision-Making in the Ultimatum Game, Science 2003 300: 1755-1758
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www.sciencemag.org /cgi/content/full/300/5626/1755   (112 words)

  
 Ge 156 - Reading   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Flynn G.J., The delivery of organic matter from asteroids and comets to the early surface of Mars, Earth, Moon and Planets, 74, 460-474, 1996
Horita J. and M.E. Berndt, Abiogenic methane formation and isotopic fractionation under hydrothermal conditions, Science, 285(5430), 1055-1057, 1999
McElroy M. and T. Donahue, Stabillity of the martian atmosphere, Science, 177(4053), 986-988, 1972
www.gps.caltech.edu /~oa/ge151b/reading.html   (326 words)

  
 Taxonomy Lab: An exercise in taxonomy, evolution, and classification, Interdisciplinary Studies, Miami Univ
When a species is collected and it is new to science, the most important rules of ICZN cover:
Choice of a name - must be Latin, must not be already used, and it must be in binomial form.
The database has a very large number of links and descriptions of URLs on phylogeny, evolution, astronomy, tropical weather, ecology, and earth science.
jrscience.wcp.muohio.edu /lab/TaxonomyLab.html   (2020 words)

  
 Technology in Australia 1788-1988, Bright Sparcs Index K
From Science To Technology: The Post-war Years, 123
King, Philip Gidley (1758 - 1808), Science patron and Governor
Chapter 1 - Innovation, Science and the Farmer
www.austehc.unimelb.edu.au /tia/bsindex_k.html   (158 words)

  
 Articles Covering Our Work   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
J. Glanz, Master the Nonlinear Brain (17K html), Science, 277 1758 (1997) (in Research News)
J. Glanz, Sharpening the Senses With Neural 'Noise'(7K html), Science, 277 1759 (1997) (in Research News)
E. Pennisi, Seeing and Controlling Chaos in the Brain (840K jpg), Science News, 146 134 (1994).
complex.gmu.edu /neural/papers/others/list.html   (136 words)

  
 University of Wollongong, Department of Computer Science
In Advances in Cryptography - CRYPTO'93, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 773, Springer - Verlag, Berlin, Heidelbeg, New York, 1993, 49-60.
The Sixth Annual Workship on Selected Areas in Cryptography (SAC'99), Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 1758, Springer - Verlag, Berlin, Heidelbeg, New York, 2000, 92-105.
In Advances in Cryptography - Asiacrypt 2000, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 1976, Springer - Verlag, Berlin, Heidelbeg, New York, 2000, 470-482.
www.uow.edu.au /~xianmo   (832 words)

  
 DISCovering Science Photos
Aquatic chemistry: National Center for Atmospheric Research/University Corporation for Atmospheric Research/National Science Foundation 539.
BIO 1914: Color drawing from a 1915 German science text, portrait.
Earth Science: Geosphere project, view of North America, photograph.
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 Science Team Complete Description   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Department of Biological Sciences Frank Davis Univ. of Calif., Santa Barbara
lithology, rock weathering and geochronology, Science Plan) and groundwater management (4.3.5.1, arid regimes, Science Plan) in a variety of Australian environments.
b) To establish the utility of the SIR-C imagery for recognizing basement structures (4.2.5.4, tectonics and geologic boundaries, Science Plan) by mapping drape-related fractures in overlying surficial sediments.
southport.jpl.nasa.gov /science/scienceteam.html   (15544 words)

  
 Suppression of Corneal Neovascularization by PEDF Release from Human Amniotic Membranes -- Shao et al. 45 (6): 1758 -- ...
Jian-xing Ma From the Department of Medicine, Department of Cell Biology, The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma;
Department of Biological Science, College of Optometry, State University of New York, New York City, New York.
Department of Medicine, The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences
www.iovs.org /cgi/content/full/45/6/1758   (3281 words)

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