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  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: 1935
Anastasios Papoulas (1859-March 1935) was a Greek general and commander-in-chief during the Graeco-Turkish War of 1919-1922.
Ronnie Hawkins, born January 10, 1935 in Huntsville, Arkansas, United States, is a pioneering rock and roll musician and cousin to fellow rockabilly pioneer Dale Hawkins.
Martti Talvela (born in Hittola, Finland February 4, 1935 – died in Juva, Finland July 22, 1989) was a Finnish operatic bass.
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 John Marshall: Captive Science (January 1935)
The pure sciences farthest removed from the pressing concerns and material needs of capitalist society can proceed at an accelerated pace for an indefinite period, as the achievements of Einstein and Rutherford in the fields of mathematical physics and subatomic research bear witness.
But all the sciences are subjected to tremendous strains and pressures as soon as any attempt is made to apply the results of their researches to the welfare of the masses on a social scale.
It was no historical accident, then, that the science of thermodynamics was developed in the early 19th century when there was a pressing social-economic need to increase the efficiency of the steam engine rather than in the early 17th century, when neither the steam engine nor the need existed.
www.marxists.org /archive/novack/1935/01/science.htm   (1359 words)

  Scientific Predictions of The Urantia Book
Science says that the sun was created when an enormous cloud of gas contracted by gravity and heated itself by gas compression until it was hot enough to become a solar furnace.
Science has a discredited theory about continuous creation, but the accepted theory today is that all the energy in our universe was created ten to fifteen billion years ago in an instant and in one place.
Science's newest theory is that a 10-mile-diameter meteor struck the Earth; this created a long-lasting dust and cloud cover that blocked sunlight and adversely affected plant growth and, thus, many other living species.
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 Timeline: From the November 30, 1935, issue, Science News Online, Dec. 3, 2005
Within it a bronze propeller stirs up wet salt and circulates it through more than 800 tubes where the water is distilled off.
This device, which develops a centrifugal force equivalent to 7 million times gravity, is to be used in an effort to separate chemical isotopes, which are different-weight atoms of the same chemical elements.
Reporting to the National Academy of Sciences meeting, Dr. J.W. Beams, University of Virginia physics professor, told of adapting his high-speed air-driven apparatus to the new, highly important atom problem.
www.sciencenews.org /articles/20051203/timeline.asp   (465 words)

 HSC Science 36-53
The instruments seen in this portion of the museum were used in teaching Chemistry, Physics, and Life Sciences at a time when Humboldt still served mostly for the preparation of school teachers for the north coast region of California.
In 1941 Humboldt's enrollment peaked at 481 students, it was to fall to 176 by 1944.
Prior to this time faculty were listed in science or physical science, etc. rather than in specialties.
www.humboldt.edu /~scimus/HSC.36-53/HSC_sci.htm   (256 words)

 Serebella Contents 1935 in science---1935 Labor Day Hurricane   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Having something down to a science implies skill built through long practice or repitition.
Painting the first few rooms was difficult; the next were easier, but now I have it down to a science.
The study of computers and their architecture, languages, and applications, in all aspects, as well as the mathematical structures that relate to computers and computation.
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 Science bibliography
Merton, R. K., 1973, Sociology of Science, in Storer, N. W., ed., The Sociology of Science: Theoretical and Emperical Investigations: Chicago and London, University of Chicago Press; 605 pp.
National Academy of Sciences, 1984, Science and Creationism: A View from the National Academy of Sciences: Washington, D.C., National Academy Press, 28 p.; National Academy of Sciences (U.S.) Committee on Science and Creationism.
Rimmer, H., 1935, The Theory of Evolution and the Facts of Science: Grand Rapids, Michigan.
www.talkorigins.org /origins/biblio/science.html   (2308 words)

 1935 in science -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The year 1935 in (A particular branch of scientific knowledge) science and (The practical application of science to commerce or industry) technology had many significant events, including those listed below.
(The science of matter; the branch of the natural sciences dealing with the composition of substances and their properties and reactions) Chemistry - (Click link for more info and facts about Frédéric Joliot) Frédéric Joliot, (French physicist who (with her husband) synthesized new chemical elements (1897-1956)) Irène Joliot-Curie
(Click link for more info and facts about 1935) 1935), (An annual award for outstanding contributions to chemistry or physics or physiology and medicine or literature or economics or peace) Nobel Prize winner.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/1/19/1935_in_science.htm   (409 words)

 / Science - Pravda.Ru
Lunar race began in the 1920s [ / Science / Technologies and discoveries ]
Every woman has five reasons to recover her virginity [ / Science / Health ]
Astronauts may grow and eat bugs during long space missions in future [ / Science / Technologies and discoveries ]
english.pravda.ru /science   (616 words)

 Instructional Department Names at UNI, 1876--
A Science Department, that included both natural and physical sciences, existed from the foundation of the school in 1876 through 1892.
In 1968, the College of Natural Sciences was organized with departments for the individual sciences once again, with the Biology Department, the Chemistry Department, and the Physics and Earth Science Department.
Science instruction takes place in the College of Natural Sciences, which includes the scientific Departments of Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, and Physics.
www.library.uni.edu /speccoll/DeptNamesScience.html   (392 words)

 Definition of 1935
1: The '''Beretta 1935''' is a compact [[.32 ACP]] [[caliber]], blowback...
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The 1935 is a very robust construction with a service life...
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 nyscience.com » 2005 » November   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Filed under Uncategorized, Science, Computer Science, Science News, Forensic Science, Space Science.
Elsevier Science Elsevier Science is the web resource for the academic publishing house Elsevier.
Science news briefs: 10/24/05 Pittsburgh Post Gazette, PA - Oct 23, 2005 The University of Pittsburgh's Institute of NanoScience and Engineering has become the first US group to install a device that uses an electron beam to create
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 Science Advisory Board, 1925-1941
Unlike the Research Council, which had come to be organized around specific fields of science and technology, the SAB's organization was explicitly designed around its relationship with the government.
By 1935 it was clear that, in an atmosphere colored by the constitutional questions raised by aspects of the New Deal, the SAB's status as an advisory body to the President made it vulnerable to political control.
Accordingly, an executive order of July 1935 extended the life of the SAB until the following December, at which time its functions were assumed by a newly reorganized NAS Committee on Government Relations which was itself dissolved in October 1939.
www7.nationalacademies.org /archives/sab.html   (1022 words)

 Divine Science   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Infinite spiritual thinking reaches several levels of abstraction beyond Christian Science as it is currently taught, but many of the practical conclusions are similar.
As I was studying and practicing Christian Science, and pushing on it vigorously, I found my basic beliefs making a pronounced change, as if I were leaving one room and entering another.
There is a "Divine Science" church here in Washington, D.C., and at first I found their sensibilities somewhat compatible with my new ones.
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 1935 article - 1935 1932 1933 1934 1936 1937 1938 Decades 1900s 1910s 1920s 1930s - What-Means.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
September 2 - Labor Day Hurricane of 1935: A large hurricane hits the Florida Keys killing 423.
September 8 - Carl Weiss shoot fatally US Senator from Louisiana, Huey Long, nicknamed "Kingfish", in the Louisiana capitol building.
1935 article - 1935 definition - what means 1935
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 Science/AAAS | Science Magazine: Previous Issues
Science, January 1997 to present -- abstracts/summaries, full-text HTML, and full-text PDF.
Science Classic, July 1880 to December 1996 -- full-text PDF access to all issues of Science before December 1996 (separate institutional subscription may apply).
How to access: The full text of Science issues since January 1997 is available online to AAAS members, to users at subscribing institutions, and on a pay-per-article basis.
www.sciencemag.org /archive   (1641 words)

 Financial Administration Resources in the College of Letters and Science, UC Berkeley   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In addition to departmental resources, there are two distinct funding sources available to assist with expenses related to the recruitment of permanent faculty.
Letters and Science departments are expected to use this resource whenever it is appropriate.
If you receive funding from the FEA, you may not request duplicate reimbursement from Letters and Science Deans.
ls.berkeley.edu /fsr/finan/recruitment.html   (607 words)

 ECOLOGY:NSF Eyes Biodiversity Monitoring Network -- Mervis 281 (5385): 1935 -- Science
In what could turn into the most ambitious effort yet to systematically study Earth's ecosystems, the National Science Foundation (NSF) has begun planning what may become a global system of biodiversity observatories.
The idea appears to be on a fast track at NSF as one of several environmental initiatives promoted by new director Rita Colwell (see p.
The observatories program would build on a spate of NSF-funded activity in recent years to study biodiversity and ecological processes.
www.sciencemag.org /cgi/content/summary/281/5385/1935a   (201 words)

 Proceedings of the American Society for Horticultural Science
Proceedings of the American Society for Horticultural Science 1935 33:55-60.
Proceedings of the American Society for Horticultural Science 1941 39:101-109.
Proceedings of the American Society for Horticultural Science 1944 44:71-79.
www.avocadosource.com /Journals/ASHS/PASHS_TOC.htm   (1211 words)

 Medicine and sainthood: Islamic science, French colonialism and the politics of healing in Morocco, 1877--1935
Medicine and sainthood: Islamic science, French colonialism and the politics of healing in Morocco, 1877--1935
European science did not lead inevitably to European domination, for the sultans of Morocco appropriated European science (and scientists) from the end of the sixteenth century.
After 1900, French positivists argued that societies could be placed along a developmental trajectory, depending upon their understanding of science.
repository.upenn.edu /dissertations/AAI3109147   (398 words)

 Sources for Nuclear Holocausts
Postholocaust science fiction is discussed in chapter 9, "By the Waters of Babylon: Our Barbarous Descendants," of Paul Carter's The Creation of Tomorrow: Fifty Years of Magazine Science Fiction (New York: Columbia University Press., 1977).
It may be helpful for readers unfamiliar with science fiction research to note those reference works which have proved especially useful to this study.
Interest in the subject of nuclear war outside the science fiction community seems to have aroused very little interest in fiction depicting nuclear war.
www.wsu.edu:8080 /~brians/nuclear/sources.htm   (1992 words)

 AUTHORS "H" and "I" page of ULTIMATE SCIENCE FICTION WEB GUIDE   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Tara K. Harper (1961-): Active Member of Science Fiction Writers of America; professional science fiction author with eight novels (as of June 1998) published, three of which were national best-sellers, one of which was nominated for the 1995 Oregon Book Awards.
The entire action is permeated by an overhwlming sense of conflict, and exhbits Hebbel's preoccupation with the complications of psychological motivations.
He was married for the first time, wrote juvenile novels and stories for the "slick" magazines such as the Saturday Evening Post.
www.magicdragon.com /UltimateSF/authorsI.html   (2689 words)

 1935 in science - Encyclopedia.WorldSearch   (Site not responding. Last check: )
It Came from Bob's Basement: Exploring the Science Fiction and Monster Movie Archive of Bob Burns
Storm of the Century : The Labor Day Hurricane of 1935
The Dress of Women: A Critical Introduction to the Symbolism and Sociology of Clothing
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 Science Museum - Original radar receiver, 1935   (Site not responding. Last check: )
With this equipment in February 1935 Robert Watson-Watt, Superintendent of the Radio Division of the National Physical Laboratory, detected radio waves reflected from a flying aircraft.
His work was vital in developing radar for use in the Second World War in Britain.
© Science Museum and Institute of Physics, 1997.
www.sciencemuseum.org.uk /on-line/electron/section5/radar.asp   (85 words)

 Timeline: From the May 25, 1935, issue, Science News Online, May 28, 2005
Timeline: From the May 25, 1935, issue, Science News Online, May 28, 2005
Returning the recent visit of the British yacht Endeavour, which challenged for the America's Cup last year, the American yacht Yankee, shown on the front cover of this week's Science News Letter, is now in England for a series of races with British sloops in her J class.
The Yankee's newest contribution to yachting is her 165-foot, all-welded nickel steel mast, first of its kind ever placed aboard such a large yacht, according to the Lincoln Electric Co.
www.sciencenews.org /articles/20050528/timeline.asp   (640 words)

 nyscience.com » Space Science   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Science Talk Wins Award Scoop.co.nz (press release), New Zealand - 1 hour ago Dr Alison Campbell and Dr Penelope Cooke love to talk science.
School uses federal wetlands for science classes Fort Worth Star Telegram, TX - 55 minutes ago The school has a federally recognized wetland on its campus and an interactive garden that is used for science, art and even English classes.
Rousing science Albuquerque Tribune, NM - 8 hours ago His work was justified […]
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 Structure of the 70S Ribosome Complexed with mRNA and tRNA -- Selmer et al. 313 (5795): 1935 -- Science
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www.sciencemag.org /cgi/content/short/313/5795/1935   (691 words)

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Labor Day Hurricane of 1935: A large hurricane hits the Florida Keys killing 423.
Carl Weiss shoot fatally US Senator from Louisiana, Huey Long, nicknamed "Kingfish", in the Louisiana capitol building.
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 A Topographic View of Supercooled Liquids and Glass Formation -- Stillinger 267 (5206): 1935 -- Science
Home > Science Magazine > 31 March 1995 > Stillinger, pp.
Articles by Stillinger, F. Find Citing Articles in:
© 1995 American Association for the Advancement of Science.
www.sciencemag.org /cgi/content/abstract/267/5206/1935   (365 words)

 Henry Bull's Impulse Engine of 1935   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Perhaps a piece of Sorbathane at the non-spring end will make it work better.
Here is a photo copy of the original 1935 Popular Science Article about his device.
By knowing the mass of the device and the angle of its arc when activated, would allow one to calculate the specific impulse of its output.
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