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  History of Science Society | HSSOnline.org
The role of race and gender in science is a complex, multi-faceted subject that lends itself to a number of approaches and interpretations.
These guidelines are appropriate not only for introductory courses in the history of science, but also where such courses are not always an option, as a way to establish a history of science component within courses in general science, history, and social studies.
Science was not considered a suitable career path for women, however, and her parents persuaded her to prepare herself to teach French.
www.hssonline.org /society/about/newsletter/older/manning.html   (7874 words)

 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE - LoveToKnow Article on CHRISTIAN SCIENCE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-15)
The progress of the cult of Christian Science has been remarkable, and by the beginning of the 20th century many hundreds of Christian Science churches had been established; and the new religion found many adherents also in England.
The theosophic and the medical aspects of Chriitian Science may perhaps be distinguished; the latter at all events is open to grave abuse.
In 19o8, indeed, a separate movement (Emmanuel), inspired by the success of Christian Science, and also emanating from America, was started within the Anglican Communion, its object being to bring prayer to work on the curing of disease; and this movement obtained the approval of many leaders of the church in England.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /C/CH/CHRISTIAN_SCIENCE.htm   (835 words)

 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Science and the Church
The words "science" and "Church" are here understood in the following sense: Science is not taken in the restricted meaning of natural sciences, but in the general one given to the word by Aristotle and St. Thomas Aquinas.
Church, in connexion with science, theoretically means any Church that claims authority in matters of doctrine and teaching; practically, however, only the Catholic Church is in question, on account of her universality and her claim of power to exercise this authority.
The greatest obstacle to anti-Christian science is the Church, which claims Divine origin, authority to teach infallible truth, maintains the inspiration of Scripture, and is confident of her own existence to the end of the world.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/13598b.htm   (12521 words)

 Science Quotes
Science is nothing but trained and organized common sense differing from the latter only as a veteran may differ from a raw recruit: and its methods differ from those of common sense only as far as the guardsman's cut and thrust differ from the manner in which a savage wields his club.
Science is facts; just as houses are made of stone, so is science made of facts; but a pile of stones is not a house, and a collection of facts is not necessarily science.
Experimental science is the queen of sciences and the goal of all speculation.
www.lhup.edu /~dsimanek/sciquote.htm   (5100 words)

 Richard E. Call   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-15)
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science 1(1):45-51.
Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science 1893(3):140-156.
Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science 1894:139-140.
www.inhs.uiuc.edu /~ksc/Malacologists/CallR.E.html   (703 words)

 The Progress of Science (1887)
The burden of Bacon's pleadings for science is the "gathering of fruit"–the importance of winning solid material advantages by the investigation of Nature and the desirableness of limiting the application of scientific methods of inquiry to that field.
It has become obvious that the interests of science and of industry are identical; that science cannot make a step forward without, sooner or later, opening up new channels for industry; and, on the other hand, that every advance of industry facilitates those experimental investigations, upon which the growth of science depends.
Physical science has thus been brought into the closest relation with history and with archæology; and the striking investigations which, during our time, have put beyond doubt the vast antiquity of Babylonian and Egyptian civilisation, are in perfect harmony with the conclusions of anthropology as to the antiquity of the human species.
aleph0.clarku.edu /huxley/CE1/ProSci.html   (13447 words)

 Arthur O. Lovejoy: The Argument for Organic Evolution Before The Origin of Species I   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-15)
First, the science of geology had gone through a brilliant development, and had fought and won its battle against religious orthodoxy; and in England, though not all geologists were consistent uniformitarians, all geology had been profoundly influenced by the principles and the methods of Hutton and Lyell.
The basis of the doctrine of evolution consists, not in an experimental demonstration—for the subject is hardly accessible to this mode of proof—but in its general harmony with scientific thought.
When, in these separate sciences, the subsidiary generalizations underlying the theory of the transformation of species were well established, and generally accepted by specialists, the evidence for evolution must be said to have been logically complete.
spartan.ac.brocku.ca /~lward/Lovejoy/Lovejoy_1909_1.html   (6441 words)

 CSEC -- Mary Baker Eddy
Patterson’s contact with that which she was later to uncover as being not the Principle of spiritual healing itself, but the subtle counterfeit of the same, as the application of human willpower, instead of the realization or recognition of the truth of being about God, man, and the universe.
In that year also was made the first beginning of a Christian Science church, when a number of her students united in inviting her to hold meetings and preach to them every Sunday, and subscribed a weekly salary for her.
The beginning of a Christian Science church made in 1875 had not survived the disaffection of some of her students, but in 1876 the Christian Scientist Association was formed, which fulfilled the needs of the times.
www.endtime.org /intro/mbe.html   (3756 words)

 STATE - LoveToKnow Article on STATE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-15)
Article 109 in particular provides that when a law of a state is inconsistent with the law of the Commonwealth, the latter shall prevail, and the former shall, to the extent of the inconsistency, be infalid, thus paving the way for the ultimate consolidation of the federal power.
Much has been written on the science of the state, or, as we prefer, in Anglo-Saxon lands, to call it, political science.
Anglo-Saxon institutions are following their independent development, and if the influence of foreign institutions is felt at all, it is probably that of the clear logical detail and cohesion of French institutions.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /S/ST/STATE.htm   (1667 words)

 Introductory Science Primer (1887)
The method of observation and experiment by which such great results are obtained in science, is identically the same as that which is employed by every one, every day of his life, but refined and rendered precise.
But as a preliminary to the study of that science, it may be useful to consider some simple cases of composition and decomposition which are exemplified by water.
And we are thus led to the science of chemistry, which tells us exactly how bodies combine, what comes of their combination, and how compounds may be separated into their constituents.
aleph0.clarku.edu /huxley/Book/IntroSc.html   (20441 words)

 JGI - Scientific Publications
The Genome of the Diatom Thalassiosira Pseudonana: Ecology, Evolution, and Metabolism (Science) Diatoms are unicellular algae with plastids acquired by secondary endosymbiosis.
Whole-Genome Shotgun Assembly and Analysis of the Genome of Fugu rubripes (Science 297: 1301-1310) The compact genome of Fugu rubripes has been sequenced to over 95% coverage, and more than 80% of the assembly is in multigene-sized scaffolds.
Human Chromosome 19 and Related Regions in Mouse: Conservative and Lineage-Specific Evolution (Science 293: 104-111) The JGI team's analysis permitted more than 1200 HSA19 genes to be verified or defined and revealed clues to the evolutionary history of this gene-rich human chromosome.
www.jgi.doe.gov /News/pubs.html   (1078 words)

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Science and the human temperament; translated and with a biographical introduction by James Murphy.
Science theory and man (formerly published under the title, Science and the human temperament) by Erwin Schrodinger [sic.
Science and the human temperament, by Erwin Schrodinger...
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That alone makes science a massively special object of inquiry, for, as we have briefly suggested, the conditions affecting the interpretation of what counts as genuine knowledge and what as error, or knowledge of lesser value, clearly differ very significantly.
Yet this admitted specialness of science, and the distinctive conditions affecting inquiry about science, also prompt thoughts about the terms in which the historical and sociological interpretation of science may have wider interest and applicability.
Nor has science been the only form of culture to clothe its knowers in garments originally cut to fit the religious ascetic and to adapt to its purposes religious tropes of otherworldliness and self-denial.
www.stanford.edu /dept/HPS/WritingScience/etexts/Shapin/SCIENCE_INCARNATE.html   (14949 words)

 The Book of the Damned: A Hypertext Edition of Charles Hoy Fort's Book
But, upon page 140, Science Gossip, 1887, is an account of "a large, smooth, waterworn, gritty sandstone pebble" that had been found in the wood of a full-grown beech tree.
The writer who tells us this, with the usual exclusion-imagination, known as stupidity, but unjustly, because there is no real stupidity, thinks he can think of a good-sized stone that had for many years been in a cultivated field, but that had never been seen before -- had never interfered with plowing, for instance.
Fort marked "57" in the margin next to line with the date of "1887" to indicate the Kaba meteorite fell in 1857.
www.resologist.net /damn06.htm   (5992 words)

 Navy SEALs.com - Articles: Viewing Article
Science has taken a wrong turn in 1887 when Albert A. Michelson and Edward W. Morley conducted a famous experiment, called the Michelson-Morley Experiment.
Another ‘goof’ in science is that since ether didn’t exist (Michelson-Morley experiment interpretation) is that this pesky term in Maxwell’s equations could be fudged – or assumed to be zero.
It means that science has missed the fact of existence of this term.
www.navyseals.com /community/articles/article.cfm?id=2994   (2309 words)

 Writings on Musical Subjects   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-15)
The English Mechanic and World of Science (14 Jan. 1887).
The English Mechanic and World of Science (21 Jan. 1887).
Published prior to Jan. 1890 and probably after 14 Jan. 1887.
members.aol.com /gaaudsley/MusicalFrame1Source1.htm   (616 words)

 Search Results for science - Encyclopædia Britannica
The term science fiction was popularized, if not invented, in the 1920s by one of...
Holmes and his brother Fenwicke were drawn to New Thought teachings and to a belief in the power of the mind for healing...
The donation of bodies to science has had a tremendous impact on medical schools and the advancement of medical findings.
www.britannica.com /search?miid=1237544&query=science   (565 words)

 Chair of Botany and Plant Physiology, Faculty of Science - Faculty of Science at the University of Melbourne Unit entry
It was the last of the subject areas encompassed in the original chair of Natural Science to gain a professorship in its own right.
Prior to the arrival of the foundation Professor of Botany Alfred James Ewart in 1906, elementary botany was taught in the biology department.
Under pressure from the science graduates on the University Council, regulations for a new three year degree in science were formulated.
www.austehc.unimelb.edu.au /umfs/biogs/UMFS215b.htm   (436 words)

 ENG 258Y (L0101) Literature and Science (1997-98): Course Description
This course discusses readings, 1800-the present, from works of literature and of science that share a common concern with scientific topics, that is, texts from imaginative genres (poetry, plays, short stories, science fiction) and from scientific ones (the treatise, popular science reporting, travel diary, essay, and the autobiography).
The course groups these topics into seven areas: the history of science and its relation to literature and imaginative thinking, cosmological theories (of everything), geology and evolution, physics and chemistry, genetics, cognitivity, and futurology.
"The Interplay of Science and Fiction: The Canals of Mars." Extrapolation 5 (1963-64): 37-39; cf.
www.chass.utoronto.ca /~ian/258ycd97.htm   (1769 words)

 Women and Science at FSU
One of these was Miss Elizabeth Bangs, the first woman to teach science at the institution.
The science subject she taught was Natural History.
Not all of these 204 degrees were in science, in fact only about 50 degrees were in science and mathematics (M. Rossiter, Women Scientists in America).
ocean.fsu.edu /~nancy/lawton/faculty.htm   (414 words)

 Longyear Museum | Exhibits & Programs | Portrait Gallery
DAISETTE D.S. McKENZIE, C.S.B. A native of Ohio, Daisette McKenzie, became interested in Christian Science in 1887 when her sister's child was healed through treatment in Christian Science.
Eddy established the Bible and Science and Health as the dual pastor for all Churches of Christ, Scientist, William and Daisette served together as First and Second Readers, respectively, of the church.
Although she had been authorized to teach Christian Science since 1898, she did not actually start teaching until 1932, when William was made a member of The Christian Science Board of Directors, and the multiple duties of this office led him to retire from teaching.
www.longyear.org /mckenzied.htm   (274 words)

 Cosmos 1887 / Bion 8: C1887-6   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-15)
These observations affirm the concept that microgravity adversely affects the maturation of newly formed matrix and mineral moieties in bone.
Simmons, D.J. et al.: Maturation of Bone and Dentin Matrices in Rats Flown on the Soviet Biosatellite Cosmos 1887.
Simmons, D.J. et al.: The Maturation of Bone and Dentin Matrices in Rats Flown on Cosmos 1887.
lifesci.arc.nasa.gov /lis/Experiment_App/C1887_6.html   (330 words)

 A large number of "USOs" have been seen in the Santa Monica Bay and Santa Catalina
Le 12 novembre 1887, à minuit, près du cap Race, une énorme boule de feu apparut, s'élavant lentement de la mer jusqu'à la hauteur de 16m à 17m.
On November 12th, 1887, at midnight, close to cape Race, an enormous ball of fire appeared, rising slowly from the sea to a height of 16m or 17m.
This ball started moving against the wind and came to a stop close to the ship from where it was observed.
www.waterufo.net /item.php?id=22   (680 words)

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An Introduction to Chemical Science by R.P. Williams, A.M., CONTENTS PREFACE, BY R.P. The object held constantly in view in writing this book has been to prepare a suitable text-book in Chemistry for the average High School,--one that shall be simple, practical, experimental, and inductive, rather than a cyclopaedia of chemical information.
For the benefit of the science and the added interest in the study, it is earnestly recommended that teachers encourage pupils to fit up laboratories of their own at home.
While endeavoring, by securing an able corps of critics, and in all other ways possible, to reduce errors to a minimum, the author disclaims any pretensions to a work entirely free from mistakes, holding himself alone responsible for any shortcomings, and trusting to the leniency of teachers and critics.
www.gutenberg.org /dirs/etext03/aitcs10.txt   (20686 words)

 Dartmouth Library Collection Development Policy
The collection in computer science primarily supports the research activities and instructional programs of the faculty and students in the Department of Computer Science.
The computer science collection is also a resource for faculty and students in other disciplines which might use computers or computational methods in their research.
Current research at Thayer using computer science is described on Thayers webpage for research.
www.dartmouth.edu /~cmdc/cdp/compsci.html   (1295 words)

 OSU Archives - Benjamin D. Boswell Military Records   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-15)
Benjamin D. Boswell was the first professor of military science at the Corvallis State Agricultural College and the first active-duty Army officer to be assigned military instructor at a college in the far western states.
He was born in Indiana on 10 September 1837 and served during the Civil War and afterwards in the Regular Army.
Military Science Department and Army ROTC Records (RG 140); Military Photographic Collection (P 2); Ulysses Grant McAlexander Collection; MC - Munford, J. Kenneth.
osulibrary.orst.edu /archives/archive/mss/boswell.html   (241 words)

 Gems, Rocks, Minerals,
Laid in foldout map,16"x10 3/4" of "Plan of the Nicaragua Ship Canal, as relocated by A.G.Menocal, in charge of the U.S. Surveying Expedition of 1885"; Search for Gems and Precious Stones; and Recent Observations in Hypnotism.
Good to Good+ Some Articles:The Geological Observations of the Yukon Expedition, 1887 by George M. Dawson.
Laid in foldout map, 12"x17" of "Map of the Upper Yukon River"; Scientific News in Washington including The Siana Indians, Investigations by the Bureau of Ethnology; Electrical Science articles; and several paragraphs referring to "Fremy obtaining very small crystals of artificial rubies with 2 illustrations of the gems.
www.beecreekbooks.com /categories/Geology/gems.html   (428 words)

 Science Quotes
If it disagrees with experience, the guess is wrong.
In that simple statement is the key to science.
It doesn't matter how beautiful your guess is or how smart you are or what your name is. If it disagrees with experience, it's wrong.
www.angelfire.com /ar/lutherdoyle/nonhumor/sciencequotes.html   (284 words)

 Adam M. Dziewonski: Selected Publications   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-15)
Su, W.-J., A.M. iewonski and R. Jeanloz, Planet within a planet: rotation of the inner core of the Earth, Science 274, 1883-1887, 1996.
Dziewonski, A. and J. Woodhouse, Global images of the Earth's interior, Science, 236, 37-48, 1987.
Dziewonski, A.M., Overtones of free oscillations and the structure of the Earth's interior, Science 172, 1336-1338, 1971.
www.seismology.harvard.edu /~dziewons/publications.html   (441 words)

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