- Point (coat color), animal fur coloration of the extremities
- Point, a data element in a SCADA system representing a single input or output
- Point Mutation, a change in a single nucleotide and therefore in a specific codon
- Point (amphetamines), one tenth of a gram.
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Famous quotes containing the word science:
“Science is a system of statements based on direct experience, and controlled by experimental verification. Verification in science is not, however, of single statements but of the entire system or a sub-system of such statements.”
—Rudolf Carnap (18911970)
“It is an axiom in political science that unless a people are educated and enlightened it is idle to expect the continuance of civil liberty or the capacity for self-government.”
—Texas Declaration of Independence (March 2, 1836)
“Every known fact in natural science was divined by the presentiment of somebody, before it was actually verified.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)