- 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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“The whole of science is nothing more than a refinement of everyday thinking.”
—Albert Einstein (18791955)
“What happened at Hiroshima was not only that a scientific breakthrough ... had occurred and that a great part of the population of a city had been burned to death, but that the problem of the relation of the triumphs of modern science to the human purposes of man had been explicitly defined.”
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“Until politics are a branch of science we shall do well to regard political and social reforms as experiments rather than short-cuts to the millennium.”
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