Dictionary of Scientific Quotations

By Alma E. Cavazos-Gaither, Carl C. Gaither

Discovering phrases of knowledge approximately technology is now effortless with Gaither's Dictionary of medical Quotations. equipped thematically and listed alphabetically via writer, this paintings makes on hand an unheard of choice of nearly 21,000 quotations relating to a wide variety of clinical issues, together with astronomy, biology, chemistry, engineering, and physics. The thematic association lets you without problems discover a pertinent citation from quite a few resources and views. The ensuing compendium permits a reader to conceptualize and embody the written pictures of scientists, laymen, politicians, novelists, playwrights, and poets approximately humankind's medical achievements. Quotations are indexed with the credited writer, name, bankruptcy, web page quantity, birth/death date, and profession the place possible.

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I) Robert Baldwin. London, England. 1852 Hale, George Ellery 1868–1938 American astronomer At any interval within the development of observational astronomy there are most vital matters for attention. One pertains to the accomplishment of a large amount of regimen statement and the dialogue of effects, and the opposite pertains to the advent of recent rules and to the beginnings of the hot equipment in order to make the astronomy of the longer term. Annual file of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian establishment, 1907 a few possibilities for Astronomical paintings with low-cost equipment (p.

349 DINOSAUR: ARCHAEOPTERYX ..................... 349 Contents DINOSAUR: BRACHIOSAURUS....................... 349 DINOSAUR: BRONTOSAURUS ........................ 349 DINOSAUR: ICHTHYOSAURUS....................... 350 DINOSAUR: IGUANODON................................ 350 DINOSAUR: LEPTOPTERYGIUS ...................... 350 DINOSAUR: PTERODACTAL ............................ 350 DINOSAUR: STEGOSAURUS............................ 351 DINOSAUR: TYRANNOSSAURUS ................... 351 DISCHARGE........................................................

Manhattan, manhattan, united states. 1972 Tinker, John F. No biographical info to be had it's good to think about the elemental assumptions of technology, yet until the results are extra a long way attaining than the assurance of the philosophers, it kind of feels to me that the emphasis of this attention could be shifted in desire of extra fast assumptions. On Scientific Assumptions American Scientist, quantity forty, quantity three, July 1952 (p. 502) Wilford, John Noble American technological know-how author death dinosaurs and Martian dirt storms, atmospheric physics and smoky fires in Brazil — vital principles may have the unlikeliest provenance.

The Philosophy of Chemistry bankruptcy III (p. 15) published for J. Johnson. London, England. 1795 ATOM Atkins, Peter William 1940– English actual chemist and author …one or atoms can convert a gas to a poison, swap a colour, render an inedible substance suitable for eating, or exchange a smelly smell with a aromatic one. That altering a unmarried atom may have such effects is the sweetness of the chemical international. Molecules (p. 2) W. H. Freeman & corporation. ny, manhattan, united states. 1987 SCIENCE’S maximum DISCOVERY THE ATOM break up AT 100,000 VOLTS mystery of Cambridge Laboratory creating a NEW international A dream of scientists has been realised.

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