Scientists

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A Requiem For Homo Sapiens - Characters - History - Arcite
... Then known as the Order of Scientists, the Order was first founded on the ice world Arcite some time before the Vastening of Ede the God ... of the Fravashi, Omar Narayama brought many new ideas that spelled the demise of the Order of Scientists and developed the Universal Syntax, that ... The Order of Scientists became the new Order, and moved to Neverness on the planet Icefall 20 years later ...
Eschatology (religious Movement) - Criticism
... on a study of more than 5.5 thousand Christian Scientists as compared to a lay group of almost 30 thousand ... The death rate among Christian scientists from cancer double the national average, and 6 percent of them died from causes considered preventable by doctors ... The non-"Scientists" on the average lived four years longer if they were women and two longer if they were men (male Christian Scientists are more likely to seek medical ...
International Science And Technology Center - Evaluation By The European Union
... particularly those led by former high-level weapons scientists, have the potential for dual use The majority of the work in the funded projects is carried ...
List Of Italians - Scientists
... See also CategoryItalian scientists Maria Gaetana Agnesi (1718–1799), linguist, mathematician and philosopher, considered to be the first woman in the Western world to have achieved a reputation in mathematics ... system known as psychosynthesis Gjuro Baglivi (1668–1707), physician and scientist ... in the experimental transmission of a contagious disease Laura Bassi (1711–1778), scientist who was the first woman to become a physics professor at a European university Catia ...
Philosophers Of Science
... Though scientists often contribute to the field, many prominent scientists have felt that the practical effect on their work is limited a popular quote attributed to physicist Richard Feynman goes, "Philoso ...

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    Suppose that humans happen to be so constructed that they desire the opportunity for freely undertaken productive work. Suppose that they want to be free from the meddling of technocrats and commissars, bankers and tycoons, mad bombers who engage in psychological tests of will with peasants defending their homes, behavioral scientists who can’t tell a pigeon from a poet, or anyone else who tries to wish freedom and dignity out of existence or beat them into oblivion.
    Noam Chomsky (b. 1928)

    Y’know scientists are funny. We probe and measure and dissect. Invent lights without heat, weigh a caterpillar’s eyebrow. But when it comes to really important things we’re as stupid as the caveman.... Like love. Makes the world go ‘round, but what do we know about it? Is it a fact? Is it chemistry? Electricity?
    Martin Berkeley, and Jack Arnold. Helen Dobson (Lori Nelson)

    The myth of motherhood as martyrdom has been bred into women, and behavioral scientists have helped embellish the myth with their ideas of correct “feminine” behavior. If women understand that they do not have to ignore their own needs and desires when they become mothers, that to be self-interested is not to be selfish, it will help them to avoid the trap of overattachment.
    Grace Baruch (20th century)