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 Numerals, Numeration, and Numerical Notation Bibliography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Science N.S. Justus, Carol F. Numeracy and the Germanic upper decades.
Mathematics and science in China and the West.
Sciences in China from the Fourth to the End of the Twelfth Century.
phrontistery.info /nnsbib.html   (8653 words)

 Nat' Academies Press, Materials and Man's Needs: Materials Science and Engineering (1974)
Materials science and engineering is not a single discipline, like physics or chemistry, but rather a multidisciplinary area of research and engineering that has evolved gradually over the last twenty years into a coherent aggregation of related activities, but within which each of the component disciplines retains its identity.
However, the COSMAT study is the first to embrace both science and engineering in its coverage, centering on the relationships between the structure and properties of materials as a basis for their design, preparation, and utilization by mankind.
COSMAT is appreciative of the foresight of the Committee on Science and Public Policy in discerning the timeliness and importance of surveying the field of materials science and engineering, with its interrelations among technology, science, and society.
www.nap.edu /books/0309022207/html/R1.html   (3493 words)

 SHiPS Resource Center || How NOT to Teach History in Science
Science has been used historically to justify political ideologies and power relationships between sexes, races, economic classes or other groups (e.g., Fee 1979; Harding 1992; Haraway 1991; Jones 1981; Gould 1981; Lewontin, Rose and Kamin 1984; Shapin 1979; Kamin 1974).
The lesson, of course, is clear, even to the unsophisticated science student: van Helmont was another ignorant scientist of the past who failed to understand the "obvious" origins of living matter and the need for controlled experiments.
Science teachers (and scientists, too) often enjoy their profession because our culture associates science with certain knowledge.
www1.umn.edu /ships/updates/hist-not.htm   (5690 words)

 Dorothy Gabel Faculty Vita: - School of Education, Indiana University
Science Workshop for high school science teachers of the Chicago Area Catholic Schools at Queen of Peace High School.
Science Workshop for middle school teachers of NSF funded teacher enhancement grant at Columbia College.
Science Workshop for high school teachers of City of Chicago funded teacher enhancement grant at Columbia College, Chicago, IL, March 26 (4 to 7 pm), 1998.
www.indiana.edu /~iuncate/facultyvita/gabel.html   (1528 words)

 Christian Evidences
Science itself was built upon the foundation of a Biblical world view.
why it is that the development of science took place in Europe between 1250 and 1650 and not in any of the great civilizations of antiquity, even though many of them had long periods of relative stability, and were able to develop technology to a considerable degree.
Science will not flourish in a world view which excludes a creator and orderer of the universe.
www.grmi.org /renewal/Richard_Riss/evidences2/10sci.html   (730 words)

 1974 in science -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
The year 1974 in (A particular branch of scientific knowledge) science and (The practical application of science to commerce or industry) technology included many events, some of which are listed below.
(The science of matter and energy and their interactions) Physics - (additional info and facts about Martin Ryle) Martin Ryle, (additional info and facts about Antony Hewish) Antony Hewish
(The science of matter; the branch of the natural sciences dealing with the composition of substances and their properties and reactions) Chemistry - (additional info and facts about Paul J. Flory) Paul J. Flory
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/1/19/1974_in_science.htm   (187 words)

 1974 in the FSU Biological Science History project
In 2001, Dr. William F. Herrnkind honored his late colleage by becoming the Robert K. Godfrey Professor of Biological Science, and in 2002 the herbarium was renamed in Dr. Godfrey's honor.
Professor Lloyd M. Beidler was elected to the National Academy of Sciences of the USA.
This page is part of the Departmental History Project of the Department of Biological Science at Florida State University.
www.bio.fsu.edu /history/1974.html   (257 words)

 HYLE 8-1 (2002): 'Pathological Science' is not Scientific Misconduct (nor is it pathological)
The concept of ‘pathological science’ was put forth nearly half a century ago in a seminar and lacks justification in contemporary understanding of science studies (history, philosophy, and sociology of science).
Any definition of proper science should admit the practices long established and held proper in such fields as chemistry, physics, biology, and geology which, everyone agrees, are indeed sciences.
There is no fussing over instances of ‘pathological science’ within the realms of what Kuhn has termed ‘normal’ science, the sort of research that most scientists are engaged in, that adds detail to the existing stock of knowledge without bringing into question accepted modes of explanation.
www.hyle.org /journal/issues/8-1/bauer.htm   (6068 words)

 1975 in science - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The year 1975 in science and technology included many events, some of which are listed below.
August 20 - Viking program: NASA launches the Viking 1 planetary probe toward Mars.
January - Altair 8800 is released, sparking the era of the microcomputer
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/1975_in_science   (213 words)

 Review of Have You Seen These?
It happened when Asimov moved on from being exclusively an author of Science Fiction to become a writer of an encyclopedic range of subjects.
It’s a collection of short stories, all of which were first published in the Science Fiction magazines of the 1950’s.
Boskone XI is the current edition of the annual New England Regional Science Fiction Convention.
homepage.mac.com /jhjenkins/Asimov/Books/Book150.html   (609 words)

 College of Social Science | Alumni & Friends | Alum Notes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
As part of Marlene's community involvement, she has served as director and president of the Chicago Children's Theatre, legal counsel to a local church, participated in fundraising for various charities, and supported corporate community initiatives.
In addition to participating in one of MSU's summer abroad studying political science in London and Belfast, Marlene especially valued philosophy and economics courses at MSU.
He believes the writing skills gained in his social science education have benefited him most throughout his career.
www.ssc.msu.edu /~alumni/jun04/alumnotes_70s_jun04.html   (470 words)

 CLOSEMINDED SCIENCE: Booklist   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
"Science begins by chance and caprice, at the frontier, with hardly a shadow of the scientific method in evidence; and then it proceeds to be sieved, tested, and modified until it appears in the textbooks, whose tried and refined content can be explained so simply (albiet fallaciously) as resulting from application of the [scientific] method."
It appears to be the first text to combine two sociological traditions -the sociology of science and the sociology of deviant behavior- into a coherent theoretical model as applied to parapsychology...
SCIENCE FRONTIERS, a very large paperback full of many hundreds of anomaly reports covering all fields of science.
www.eskimo.com /~billb/freenrg/clbooks.html   (1107 words)

 Junkscience.com -- Main Page
Cases (n = 346) and controls (n = 346) were selected from cohorts of women who donated blood in 1974, 1989, or both, and were matched on age, race, menopausal status, and month and year of blood donation.
Poultry Science 54: 350-368 (Egg production, hatchability and shell quality depend on calcium, and are not effected by DDT and its metabolites); Spears, G and P. Waibel.
Poultry Science 54: 350-368 ("Many reports relating reproductive declines of wild birds (and body stores in those birds) to DDT and DDE were based on analytical procedures that did not distinguish between DDT and PCBs."); Sherman, RW.
www.junkscience.com /ddtfaq.htm   (5583 words)

 PSAlumni   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
The four-year Bachelor of Arts program in political science was approved in 1971 and the first student to be conferred a political science degree by the faculty at UPJ was Robert E. Brant in 1974.
The first official graduating class of political science majors received their degrees in the UPJ Convocation Ceremony held in the Cambria County War Memorial in 1975.
Prior to 1974, political science majors at UPJ completed two years at the Johnstown campus before transferring to the University's main campus in Oakland.
www.pitt.edu /~zander/PSAlumni.html   (250 words)

 Religious Science Fiction Books and Links
"Religious science fiction" is a sub-genre in the speculative fiction genre which includes fiction in which explicitly religious topics such as organized religion, God, life after death, etc. are major thematic elements.
An extensive resource on Jewish science fiction and Jewish SF writers can be found in the Magic Dragon Ultimate SF Web Guide's Israel and Jewish Science Fiction section, along with some essays.
The Jewish Science Fiction and Fantasy web page lists science fiction/fantasy stories and novels about Jews, regardless of who the author is. But many of the authors are Jewish.
www.adherents.com /lit/sf_rel.html   (1599 words)

 Leibniz Bibliography 1974   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Empiricism is for eighteenth century the historical epistemology of modern science; a new conception of logic, of language, of psychology, of science and its norms (positivism) are connected with it.
Abstract: "Though leibniz and hegel both saw ordinary language as a source for developing a language of philosophy, leibniz ultimately rejected such a medium as inadequate for the task for almost the "same" reasons that hegel found it conducive to his endeavors.
"Science and metaphysics in Leibniz's "Specimen inventorum"." Studia Leibnitiana 6, pp.
www.hfac.uh.edu /gbrown/philosophers/leibniz/Bibliography/1974/Leib1974.htm   (1991 words)

 Science Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
The purpose of the study involved in this article is to expose the feelings of preservice elementary teachers toward science and science teaching.
Preservice elementary school teachers are being criticized for their lack of knowledge in and their effectiveness in science and teaching science.
Because of this negative attitude, achievement in science is overshadowed by negative feelings as an influence on science teaching self-efficacy.
www.valdosta.edu /~kmstever/cuttingedgearticle.html   (584 words)

 The World Science Fiction Society - 1974 Minutes
In counting votes, the Committee shall count first choices, eliminate the nominee receiving the fewest, redistribute ballots of voters who chose that nominee according to their second choices, and so on until a nominee acceptable to a majority of voters is reached or until the Committee should declare the remaining nominees are tied.
2.04 In general, Hugoes are awarded for outstanding literary or artistic accomplishment in science fiction or fantasy which became available to the membership by publication or performance in the calendar year immediately before the year the awards are given.
If one should become unable to perform its duties, the surviving Convention Committee shall determine what to do, by mail poll of the society if there is time for one, or by decision of the Committee if there is not.
worldcon.org /bm/pre-1998/w1974.htm   (1336 words)

 Anthony Stankus, Science Librarian   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
The Public Library of Science Biology Edition in at least partial contrast to these start-ups, has gathered a scientific celebrity board of editors and a particularly promising raft of first-rate papers whose authors have an established track record of appearing in leading journals.
Two styles seem to predominate: In the humanities and social sciences, most review authors, acting very much like judges, seek to identify winners and losers in contested fields that were vying for academic attention or scholarly validity.
In the sciences, review authors tend to emphasize how many differing authors each added something to the mosaic of ideas, so that as time went on, a discernable pattern leading to consensus emerged.
www.holycross.edu /departments/library/website/Tony.html   (6038 words)

 A Bibliography for Book Collectors
After Blanck's death in 1974, Volume 7 was completed and edited for publication by Virginia L. Smyers and Michael Winship, Volumes 8 and 9 by Michael Winship alone." University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (online edition)
For every reader who loves, uses and wishes to know more about science fiction, this is the first and most important reference you should get.
Science Fiction and Fantasy Authors: A Bibliography of First Printings of Their Fiction and Selected Non-Fiction.
www.trussel.com /books/bookbib.htm   (3328 words)

 Research by Subject:   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Asimov's Chronology of Science and Discovery Q125.C765 1989 Science Ref
Abstracts from 350 key journals in the areas of applied sciences and technology.
Provides statistical tables and explanatory articles on many areas related to science and engineering, such as education, research, markets, and industry.
www.library.arizona.edu /library/teams/set/genlsci.html   (644 words)

 Gegenschein Science Fiction Fanzine from Eric Lindsay
Rambling writings, mostly reviewing written science fiction, science fiction conventions, science fiction fandom, and travel relating to these, together with letters from readers, and some diary notes.
There is a long established literary tradition of fanzines, as a special form of communication amongst science fiction fans.
Various science fiction authors have written acounts of their fannish past, including Damon Knight's The Futurians (John Day, NY, 1977), Frederik Pohl's The Way The Future Was (DelRey, NY, 1978), while some of Robert Bloch's early fannish writing appeared in The Eighth Stage of Fandom (Advent, Chicago, 1962).
www.ericlindsay.com /sf   (443 words)

 Stories, Listed by Author   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Kenneth Bulmer, London: Sidgwick & Jackson 1974; The Unbearableness of Other Lives, ss; The Old Fleeing and Fleeting Images, ss; Looking on the Sunny Side of an Eclipse, ss.
The Umbral Anthology of Science Fiction Poetry, ed.
Science Fiction by the Rivals of H.G. Wells, ed.
users.ev1.net /~homeville/isfac/s5.htm   (1604 words)

This Century marks an accelerating growth of Art, Science, and Statecraft as if in preparation for the later Renaissance.
one could claim that Dante Alighieri was the greatest science fiction/fantasy poet of all time for his "Divine Comedy" (Divina Commedia), whose influence extends far beyond his country and his genre.
Aztec myth and history in Fantasy and Science Fiction includes: {to be done} 1321: The formulae for the number of Permutations of N objects, and the number of Combinations of N objects taken R at a time, are both derived by Levi ben Gerson, using the method of Mathematical Induction.
www.magicdragon.com /UltimateSF/timeline14.html   (3006 words)

 Indiana University Graduate Library School - Office of the Dean records, 1967-1980
The School of Education's Division of Library Science became the IU Graduate Library School in 1967.
During that time, Fry also initiated the Research Center for Library and Information Science which produced major studies for the National Science Foundation, the Department of Defense, and the Department of Education.
The name of the school was later chenged to the "School of Library and Information Science".
www.indiana.edu /~libarch/Inst/167inst.html   (319 words)

 Stories, Listed by Author   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Science Fiction Hall of Fame Volume 1, ed.
Science Fiction Hall of Fame Volume 2A, ed.
The Arbor House Treasury of Modern Science Fiction, ed.
contento.best.vwh.net /s128.html   (1879 words)

 Stephen Wolfram: A New Kind of Science -- Relevant Books
Studies in the History of Mathematics and Physical Sciences 6/The Evolution of Dynamics: Vibration Theory From 1687 to 1742
Cohen, E.G.D. Fundamental Problems in Statistical Mechanics, Proceedings of the NUIFFIC International Summer Course in Science at Nijenrode Castle, The Netherlands.
Science and the Founding Fathers: Science in the Political Thought of Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, & James Madison
www.wolframscience.com /reference/books/c.html   (622 words)

 Space Science Board, 1958-1974
The NAS Space Science Board (SSB) was appointed in spring 1958 at the request of the Executive Committee of the US National Committee for the International Geophysical Year.
Accordingly, the SSB provided advice on the continuation and expansion of the IGY's rocket and satellite program, and later advised NASA, the Department of Defense, and the National Science Foundation on aspects of interplanetary probes and space stations, potential problems of manned spaceflight, the exploration of Venus and Mars, and other matters related to space.
The Space Science Board collection covers the years 1958-1974 and contains correspondence, reports, and meeting minutes for a span of 20 linear feet.
www7.nationalacademies.org /archives/ssb.html   (603 words)

 Computer Science: Prof. Rackoff
Charles Rackoff was born and raised in New York City.
He attended MIT as both an undergraduate and graduate student, receiving a PhD in Computer Science in 1974.
After spending a year as a post-doc at INRIA in France, he joined the University of Toronto Computer Science Dept. in 1974.
www.cs.utoronto.ca /DCS/People/Faculty/rackoff.html   (158 words)

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