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  The Citizen Scientist
Recently citizen scientist Forrest Mims told me about a speech he heard at the Texas Academy of Science during which the speaker, a world-renowned ecologist, advocated for the extermination of 90 percent of the human species in a most horrible and painful manner.
Immediately almost every scientist, professor and college student present stood to their feet and vigorously applauded the man who had enthusiastically endorsed the elimination of 90 percent of the human population.
Forrest M. Mims III is Chairman of the Environmental Science Section of the Texas Academy of Science, and the editor of The Citizen Scientist.
www.sas.org /tcs/weeklyIssues_2006/2006-04-07/feature1p/index.html   (1817 words)

  Scientist - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A scientist is an expert in at least one area of science who uses the scientific method to do research.
Scientists are motivated, often from childhood, by a desire to understand why the world is as we see it and how it came to be.
Scientists include theoreticians who mainly develop new models to explain existing data, and experimentalists who mainly test models by making measurements — though in practice the division between these activities is not clear-cut, and many scientists perform both.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Scientist   (895 words)

 Scientist (musician) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Scientist, born Overton Browne in Kingston, Jamaica, 1960 (and also known as Hopeton Browne), was a protégé of King Tubby, one of the originators of dub music.
He came to prominence in the early 1980s and his dub mixes featured on many albums during the first half of the decade.
Many newer fans discovered his music when his 1981 album Scientist Rids the World of the Evil Curse of the Vampires was used on the soundtrack for the popular videogame Grand Theft Auto III (2001).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Scientist_(musician)   (283 words)

 Scientist - Uncyclopedia, the content-free encyclopedia
As evidenced by most action movies scientists are inherently bountiful and killing many of them will have little or no effect on their population.
Scientists use the analogy of the five legged tripod to explain the five basic beliefs of their religion:
While it is rumoured that some scientists have been known to travel with pirates, and even take part in some of their so-called adventures, most reputable scientists frown on this sort of thing, strongly disapproving of adventures in general and pirates specifically.
uncyclopedia.org /wiki/Scientist   (457 words)

 scientist - word definition and usage examples | Antimoon.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
A scientist is a person who is an expert in one of the sciences: biology, physics, chemistry, history, etc.
Scientists study the world, do experiments, create theories, and write about them in papers.
Even in his early childhood, Dexter wanted to be a scientist, and that is why his parents gave him scientific books instead of toys.
www.antimoon.com /words/scientist-n.htm   (117 words)

 Micromath Research - Scientific Curve Fitting (Nonlinear Regression), Data Analysis, Statistics and Graphing Software
Scientist is required to use the models in the Chemical Kinetics Library.
Scientist is required to use the models in the Diffusion Library.
Scientist is required to use the models in the Pharmacokinetic Library.
www.micromath.com /scientist.htm   (602 words)

 Leonardo da Vinci | Renaissance Man | Scientist
Leonardo the scientist bridged the gap between the shockingly unscientific medieval methods and our own trusty modern approach.
He was fascinated by the study of physiognomy, the "science" of evaluating a person's character by his or her facial features.
Although utter codswallop, physiognomy was all the rage until the beginning of this century, when scientists finally chucked it once and for all.
www.mos.org /leonardo/scientist.html   (488 words)

 Scientist - AOL Music
Scientists continue to fine-tune our understanding of these protective agents, leading to applications from hepatitis to multiple sclerosis...
Scientists are motivated, often from childhood, by a desire to understand why the world is as we see it and how it came to be.
Scientist, born Overton Brown in Kingston, Jamaica, 1960 (and also known as Hopeton Brown), was a protégé of King Tubby (Osbourne Ruddock),...
music.aol.com /artist/scientist/2935/main   (144 words)

 Christian Scientist
A Christian Scientist is a member of The Church of Christ, Scientist (Also referred to as CCS).
The church is also recognized by the term The Christian Science Church, which was its original title and is not associated with the Church of Scientology.
According to Christian Scientist literature, Mary Ann Morse Baker was born in 1821.
www.allaboutcults.org /christian-scientist.htm   (814 words)

 Scientist Solutions - About Scientist Solutions
Scientist Solutions Inc. was started in 2004 for the purpose of promoting the worldwide advancement of science and biotechnology.
Scientist Solutions is a life sciences board run by scientists for scientists.
As such, Scientist Solutions is moderated by a team of full time scientific staff in order to maintain the integrity of our board for the sole purpose of scientific discussion.
www.scientistsolutions.com /index.php?a=info&s=about   (216 words)

 Religious Movements Homepage: The Church of Christ, Scientist; Christian Science   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Christian Scientists appreciate the compassionate humanity of doctors and nurses, but they turn typically to prayer as the means of healing they've seen as effective in their lives.
Christian Scientists believe that Jesus was speaking to all, for all time, when he said, "He that believeth on me, the works that I do shall he do also.
Today, the Church of Christ, Scientist is deeply involved in dialoguing with both medical and theological thinkers who are examining the method and effects of spiritual healing.
religiousmovements.lib.virginia.edu /nrms/chrissci.html   (4206 words)

 Thomas Young (scientist) @ ColorFool.com (Color Fool)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Thomas Young (*June 13, 1773 – †May 10, 1829) was an English scientist, researcher, physician and polymath.
He is sometimes considered to be "the last person to know everything": that is, he was familiar with virtually all the contemporary Western academic knowledge at that point in history.
Later scholars and scientists have praised Young's work although they may know him only though achievements he made in their fields.
www.colorfool.com /encyclopedia/Thomas_Young_(scientist)   (845 words)

 BlueBeat.com - Artist: Scientist
Soon the Scientist was an employee of Tubby's, fixing transformers and televisions, when one day, after an animated conversation about mixing records, Tubby challenged the Scientist to take a shot at remixing a record.
Brimming with adolescent bravado, Scientist took Tubby's challenge, and that led to an extended apprenticeship in dub experimentation under Tubby's guidance.
It was while at Tubby's that the Scientist developed his idiosyncratic dub style, playful and very psychedelic, loaded with echo explosions and blasts of feedback, a sound that caught the attention of Don Mais, who overheard the Scientist at the mixing board during a visit to Tubby's studio.
www.bluebeat.com /artists/2292   (287 words)

 13 things that do not make sense - space - 19 March 2005 - New Scientist Space
The mission's scientists have all agreed that if Levin's instruments on board the landers detect emissions of carbon-14-containing methane from the soil, then there must be life on Mars.
Almost all the mission scientists erred on the side of caution and declared Viking's discovery a false positive.
But to get to the bottom of the problem what scientists really need is a mission designed specifically to test unusual gravitational effects in the outer reaches of the solar system.
www.newscientistspace.com /article.ns?id=mg18524911.600   (4161 words)

Scientists bring a high level of intellectual curiosity to their posts.
As an Air Force Scientist, you will develop new concepts, methods and techniques to solve scientific problems, employ mathematical techniques, prepare technical reports and serve as the technical consultant or representative on scientific and technical boards and committees.
Those who remain in the scientist career field will be expected to get advanced degrees in their specialties.
www.airforce.com /careers/job.php?catg_id=1&sub_catg_id=4&af_job_id=298   (453 words)

 NASA - Dr. James B. Garvin
Chief Scientist
James B. Garvin is NASA's Chief Scientist, serving the Agency and the Administrator as the primary advisor for the entire NASA science portfolio.
In his former capacity as the Lead NASA Scientist for Mars Exploration, Dr. Garvin was instrumental in formulating and developing the NASA scientific strategy for Mars, and most recently, that for the Moon as well.
Garvin was the lead scientist on the NASA team that restructured Mars exploration in 2000, and the first scientist within NASA to endorse the strategy of sending twin Mars Exploration Rovers to the surface of the red planet in 2003.
www.nasa.gov /about/highlights/garvin_bio.html   (1460 words)

 Scientist and Inventor: Benjamin Franklin: In His Own Words... (AmericanTreasures of the Library of Congress)
These experiments established Franklin's reputation as a scientist, and in 1753 he received the Copley Medal of the Royal Society for his contributions to the knowledge of lightning and electricity.
Writing to Dutch physician and scientist Jan Ingenhousz, Franklin responds to a number of his friend's questions about electricity and the Leyden jar, an early form of electrical condenser.
In this lengthy essay intended for his fellow scientist Jan Ingenhousz, Benjamin Franklin attempted to explain the effects of lightning on a church steeple in Cremona, Italy, by describing the effects of electricity on various metals.
www.loc.gov /exhibits/treasures/franklin-scientist.html   (1015 words)

 Scientist - Memory Alpha, the Star Trek Wiki
A scientist is a person with expertise in one or more of the fields of science.
Scientists perform research and utilize the scientific method to form hypotheses and to establish theories.
Starfleet's most experienced theoretical scientists were consulted on how to make James Moriarty exist outside the holodeck.
memory-alpha.org /en/wiki/Scientist   (184 words)

 NASA - NASA Administrator Names New Chief Scientist
Grunsfeld was appointed NASA's Chief Scientist in Sept. 2003.
He led a team of engineers and scientists that developed the first orbiting laser altimeter instruments for quantifying the three-dimensional characteristics of landscapes on the Earth and Mars.
He was Project Scientist for the Earth System Science Pathfinder program, which studies the Earth's oceans, clouds, interior and the aspects of the chemistry of the atmosphere.
www.nasa.gov /home/hqnews/2004/oct/HQ_04349_grunsfeld.html   (789 words)

Scientists construct experimental models, conduct experiments, correlates data and interprets results.
Air Force Scientists develop new concepts, methods and techniques to solve scientific problems, and also analyze theories and research findings to determine applications, employing mathematical techniques including probability and statistics, simulation, optimization theories, and computer systems to analyze, depict, and display data and analysis results.
Civilian scientists work manage a wide range of programs and research efforts depending on their area of expertise.
www.afrotc.com /careers/jobsearch/category/researchdevelopment/61SX.htm   (205 words)

 wayne&wax: mad scientist, for good reason
as you can see here, greensleeves has at least six titles from scientist in their catalog (and that's just counting the ones with his name on the front).
but when it comes down to it, i really don't see why junjo has more of a claim on these recordings than scientist or tubby or the roots radics or whoever the vocalist may have been (in cases where there are vocals).
i'm arguing for scientist's rights here only because he was trying to work within the system, and to the extent that we can't escape the system, we may as well attempt to challenge and change it.
wayneandwax.blogspot.com /2005/05/mad-scientist-for-good-reason.html   (1179 words)

 Stories Tagged 'scientist' » Netscape.com
Politics – Disgraced Pakistan nuclear scientist A Q Khan will not be handed over to Washington for questioning despite an American bill, which could force Islamabad to do so.
Humor – Scientists at a university in the eastern German city of Jena have given up on an experiment aimed at enticing a sloth to move.
Humor – Scientists are planning on moving the "Doomsday Clock" forward next Wednesday as a result of increased nuclear and climate threats around the world.
www.netscape.com /tag/scientist   (849 words)

 CNN.com - U.N. inspectors quiz Iraqi scientist - Dec. 27, 2002
The Iraqi Foreign Ministry identified the scientist as Qadhem Jamil of the al-Raya Co., part of the nation's Military Industrialization Commission.
Ueki, in a statement, said the scientist is "a metallurgist from a high-visibility state company.
The inspectors are under U.S. pressure to take scientists and their families out of Iraq for interviews.
archives.cnn.com /2002/WORLD/meast/12/27/sproject.irq.iraq.inspections   (529 words)

 Strange new object found at edge of Solar System - space - 13 December 2005 - New Scientist Space
Renu Malhotra, a planetary scientist at the University of Arizona in Tucson, US, says most resonances simply elongate an object's orbit.
She says a few objects could "trade off" some of their elongation, or eccentricity, for a higher tilt, but the effect would be small.
Hal Levison, a planetary scientist at the Southwest Research Institute in Boulder, Colorado, US, says he and others have produced objects like Buffy using models of such special resonances.
www.newscientistspace.com /article.ns?id=dn8455   (916 words)

 US Public Health Service Scientist Professional Advisory Committee
The Scientist Professional Advisory Committee (SciPAC) established the Scientist of the Year Awards in 1995 to recognize Commissioned Officers in the Scientist Category whose professional career and work performance have resulted in significant contributions to the health of the Nation and to the mission of the U.S. Public Health Service (PHS).
Because there is no means by which the SciPAC is able to directly notify supervisors of the availability of these awards, scientist officers are encouraged to ask their supervisors to consider nominating them for these awards.
Active duty PHS Scientist Officers at the rank of O-5 or higher are eligible.
usphs-scientist.org /activities.htm   (340 words)

 SCIENTIST | The News is NowPublic.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
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The PublicView button lets you add the news you read to NowPublic, pointing others to news you think is interesting.
www.nowpublic.com /tag/SCIENTIST   (360 words)

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