Skeptic Tank Text Archive File

---
Master Index Go to SkepticTank Go to Human Rights activist Keith Henson Go to Scientology cult

Skeptic Tank!

91-899.htm U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION OFFICE OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH AND IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF PRACTICE AUGUST 1991 HELPING YOUR CHILD LEARN SCIENCE FOREWORD This book provides examples of a fe
930823ts.htm THE SCIENTIST VOLUME 7, No:16 August 23, 1993 (Copyright, The Scientist, Inc.) Articles published in THE SCIENTIST reflect the views of their authors and not the official
930906ts.htm September 6, 1993 THE SCIENTIST VOLUME 7, No:17 September 6, 1993 (Copyright, The Scientist, Inc.) Articles published in THE SCIENTIST reflect the views of their authors and
930920ts.htm THE SCIENTIST VOLUME 7, No:18 September 20, 1993 (Copyright, The Scientist, Inc.) Articles published in THE SCIENTIST reflect the views of their authors and not the official v
931004ts.htm THE SCIENTIST VOLUME 7, No:19 October 4, 1993 (Copyright, The Scientist, Inc.) Articles published in THE SCIENTIST reflect the views of their authors and not the official view
931018ts.htm THE SCIENTIST VOLUME 7, No:20 October 18, 1993 (Copyright, The Scientist, Inc.) Articles published in THE SCIENTIST reflect the views of their authors and not the official v
931101ts.htm THE SCIENTIST VOLUME 7, No:21 NOVEMBER 1, 1993 (Copyright, The Scientist, Inc.) Articles published in THE SCIENTIST reflect the views of their authors and not the official
931115ts.htm THE SCIENTIST VOLUME 7, No:22 November 15, 1993 (Copyright, The Scientist, Inc.) Articles published in THE SCIENTIST reflect the views of their authors and not the officia
931129ts.htm THE SCIENTIST VOLUME 7, No:23 November 29, 1993 (Copyright, The Scientist, Inc.) Articles published in THE SCIENTIST reflect the views of their authors and not the officia
931213ts.htm THE SCIENTIST VOLUME 7, No:24 December 13, 1993 (Copyright, The Scientist, Inc.) Articles published in THE SCIENTIST reflect the views of their authors and not the official v
940207ts.htm Status: R THE SCIENTIST VOLUME 8, No:3 FEBRUARY 7, 1994 (Copyright, The Scientist, Inc.) Articles published in THE SCIENTIST reflect the views of their authors and not the o
940321ts.htm THE SCIENTIST VOLUME 8, No:6 MARCH 21, 1994 (Copyright, The Scientist, Inc.) Articles published in THE SCIENTIST reflect the views of their authors and not the official view
940404ts.htm THE SCIENTIST VOLUME 8, No:7 APRIL 4, 1994 (Copyright, The Scientist, Inc.) Articles published in THE SCIENTIST reflect the views of their authors and not the official views
940418ts.htm THE SCIENTIST (CONTENTS PAGE & FULL ISSUE FOLLOW THIS SHORT MESSAGE) ***************************************************** Dear Reader: Many of you have been accessing THE SCIENTIST free of charge on th
940502ts.htm THE SCIENTIST (CONTENTS PAGE & FULL ISSUE FOLLOW THIS SHORT MESSAGE) ****************************************************** Dear Reader: Many of you have been accessing THE SCIENTIST, free of charge, on
940516ts.htm THE SCIENTIST (CONTENTS PAGE & FULL ISSUE FOLLOW THIS SHORT MESSAGE) ****************************************************** Dear Reader: Many of you have been accessing THE SCIENTIST, free of charge, on
a2text.htm >P1;ACH2_RAT NEURONAL ACETYLCHOLINE RECEPTOR PROTEIN, ALPHA-2 CHAIN PRECURSOR. - RATTUS NORVEGICUS (RAT). M T L S H S A L Q F W T H L Y L W C L L L V P A V L T Q Q G S H T H A E D R L F K H L F G G Y N R
a2texta.htm >P1;ACH3_RAT NEURONAL ACETYLCHOLINE RECEPTOR PROTEIN, ALPHA-3 CHAIN PRECURSOR. - RATTUS NORVEGICUS (RAT). M G V V L L P P P L S M L M L V L M L L P A A S A S E A E H R L F Q Y L F E D Y N E I I R P V A N
abstract.htm Genetic Adapt Fuzzy Control System Why Fuzzy The real world is not black and white. The day in and day out human reasoning is all but EXACT. However, the classical logic and the traditional control syst
aip149.htm PHYSICS NEWS UPDATE A digest of physics news items prepared by Phillip F. Schewe, AIP Public Information Number 149 October 28, 1993 THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS (AIP) has moved its headquarters to C
aip150.htm PHYSICS NEWS UPDATE A digest of physics news items prepared by Phillip F. Schewe, AIP Public Information Number 150 November 5, 1993 CHAINS OF CRATERS ON CALLISTO AND GANYMEDE, two of Jupiter's moons, are
aip151.htm PHYSICS NEWS UPDATE A digest of physics news items prepared by Phillip F. Schewe, AIP Public Information Number 151 November 15, 1993 JOHN PEOPLES WILL OVERSEE THE DISMEMBERMENT OF THE SSC while retaining
aip152.htm PHYSICS NEWS UPDATE A digest of physics news items prepared by Phillip F. Schewe, AIP Public Information Number 152 November 19, 1993 THE NATURE AND ORIGIN OF COSMIC RAYS seem to change above an energy of
aip153.htm PHYSICS NEWS UPDATE A digest of physics news items prepared by Phillip F. Schewe, AIP Public Information Number 153 November 29, 1993 GRAVITATIONAL MICROLENSING OF QUASAR IMAGES, the distortion of quasar
aip155.htm PHYSICS NEWS UPDATE A digest of physics news items prepared by Phillip F. Schewe, AIP Public Information Number 155 December 13, 1993 THE HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE REPAIR MISSION has been successful. Space
aip159.htm PHYSICS NEWS UPDATE A digest of physics news items prepared by Phillip F. Schewe, AIP Public Information Number 159 January 6, 1994 NEW LAMB SHIFT MEASUREMENTS DISAGREE WITH QED, the theory of quantum ele
aip161.htm PHYSICS NEWS UPDATE A digest of physics news items prepared by Phillip F. Schewe, AIP Public Information Number 161 January 24, 1994 GAMMA RAY BURSTS MAY BE EXHIBITING TIME DILATION owing to the expansio
alife117.htm Alife Digest, Number 117 Sunday, January 30th 1994 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~ Artificial Life Distribution List ~ ~
alife118.htm Alife Digest, Number 118 Sunday, January 30th 1994 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~ Artificial Life Distribution List ~ ~
catalogp.htm :boot >.tocname [ contents ] >.margin [ top 1 bottom 1 left 8 ] >.title [ top left CATALOG ] >.title [ top right ^topic ] >.window [ ] >.next :"BPLAN" |BPLAN Virtuals Presents BPLAN Virtuals is an innovative p
chaos.htm Subject: Defining Chaos Introduction Chaos, according to the `Oxford English Dictionary' means: 1. A gaping void, yawning gulf, chasm, or abyss. 2. The `formless void' of primordial matter, the `great de
demodoc.htm Convention The following conventions are used throughout this document. 'Enter' means the Enter key or the Return key. Type 'key' means press the specified key without 'Enter'. Press F? means press t
dotplot.htm Ver who knows
drake.htm From the SETI Institute ... THE DRAKE EQUATION How can we estimate the number of technological civilizations that might exist among the stars? While working as a radio astronomer at the National Radio Ast
egfrtext.htm ID EGFR_HUMAN AC P00533; P06268; DT 21-JUL-1986 (REL. 01, CREATED) DT 21-JUL-1986 (REL. 01, LAST SEQUENCE UPDATE) DT 01-NOV-1991 (REL. 20, LAST ANNOTATION UPDATE) DE EPIDERMAL GROWTH FACTOR REC
evoscien.htm THE EVOLUTION OF SCIENCE AND SCIENCE EDUCATION This is the second part of two parts from the address given at the Science Teacher of Missouri Spring Conference 1992, Rolla, Missouri by Dr. Clifford McCul
eyedxdoc.htm OCULAR DIAGNOSTIC SOFTWARE INSTURCTIONS ___________________________________________________________________ Thank you for taking an a l
fcldoc.htm FCL Construction A segment is the basic module in the GAF system. A typical FCL file contains a segment and optional configuration like this. configuration_declaration segment_declaration cycle_declaratio
feynman.htm Date: 16 Mar 88 21:32 Subject: Richard Feynman's report on the shuttle [very good stuff!] There are some memorable and educational things in here, and while it's too big for a risks posting, I know you w
fyi10-94.htm NSF Solicits Proposals for Research Instrumentation FYI No. 10, January 26, 1994 In an effort to alleviate the backlog of equipment and facility needs experienced by universities, the National Science Fo
fyi2-94.htm Deadline Approaches for AIP and APS Congressional Science Fellowships FYI No. 2, January 5, 1994 A reminder to FYI readers - if you are interested in the 1994-1995 AIP and APS Congressional Science Fellow
fyi5-94.htm Two Recent Reports Examine Science Education FYI No. 5, January 13, 1994 In two recent reports, the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) and the Federal Coordinating Council for Sci
gafdoc.htm Convention The following conventions are used throughout this document. 'Enter' means the Enter key or the Return key. Type 'key' means press the specified key without 'Enter'. Press F? means press th
godis.htm In the infinite void, countless time-like harmonics come to be, ( Sets of like entities ) differing, only, in the place they hold. ( Exclusion principle ) The harmonics fol
grandpge.htm :define_vars > .define[su] > .define[L1su] > .define[to_place] > .define[to_place_1] > to_place = Intro > to_place_1 = Intro > su = 0 > L1su = 0 > topic = Intro :Intro > to_place = Intro Grand The purpose of this
heattank.htm Water tank heat control simulated feedback ! Assume constant volume (i.e. water in = water out)
htankgaf.htm Water tank heat control ! Assume constant volume (i.e. water in = water out) CONFIGURA
info_exp.htm Date: Mon, 2 May 1994 23:49:32 -0400 (EDT) To: pnews@world.std.com Subject: INFO EXPLOSION or CHAOS? [****PNEWS CONFERENCES*****] [Here is an interesting statement about the choas we call the "information
introdoc.htm Introduction to GAF GAF (Genetic-Adapt Fuzzy Control) runs in IBM PC and compatible machines. The development of GAF is intended for off-line simulation, adaptation and on-line adaptive control. Curren
ksorder.htm REGISTER BY PHONE, FAX OR MAIL SN:KS40ADNET KWIKSTAT 4 BASIC edition, 300+ page printed manual, latest version, registration, newsletters ($99) x_____= $____________ KWIKSTAT
kstutorc.htm @options escape:thatsall @mouse .screen 0 .color 15,3 .cls c=177 .color 15,1 .border (*1,1,25,80*) double .box (*10,17*) border shadow center Welcome! To the KWIKSTAT Tutorial! 旼컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴
nsf93163.htm Title : NSF 93-163 NSF Support of Ocean Sciences: An Informal Guide Type : Program Guideline NSF Org: GEO / OCE Date : January 12, 1994 File : nsf93163 NSF SUPPORT OF OCEAN SCIENCES An Informal Guide
particls.htm To: Dan Ceppa 13-Aug-93 12:44am Subject: finding patterns DC>No, it only equals that in Newtownian physics. Relativity and DC>Quantum physics uses other theory, and changes the mass, based
pen-apr1.htm PHYSICS EDUCATION NEWS (PEN) April 1994, No. 1 An electronic newsletter of the AIP Education Division BRAILLE-LIKE SYSTEM OPENS SCIENCE TO VISUALLY IMPAIRED John Gardner, a physicist at Oregon State Unive
pen-apr2.htm PHYSICS EDUCATION NEWS (PEN) April 1994, No. 2 An electronic newsletter of the AIP Education Division LABNET CONNECTS SCIENCE TEACHERS THROUGHOUT THE NATION TERC's LabNet computer network allows science t
pen-aug1.htm PHYSICS EDUCATION NEWS (PEN) August 1994, No. 1 An electronic newsletter of the AIP Education Division STATE SCIENCE AND MATH TEACHERS HONORED FOR EXCELLENCE Science and mathematics teachers throughout th
pen-aug2.htm PHYSICS EDUCATION NEWS (PEN) August 1994, No. 2 An electronic newsletter of the AIP Education Division PHYSICS EDUCATION/PUBLIC OUTREACH NEWSGROUP ESTABLISHED A new Internet newsgroup, hepnet.outreach, ha
pen-feb1.htm PHYSICS EDUCATION NEWS (PEN) February 1994, No. 1 An electronic newsletter of the AIP Education Division PILOT PROGRAM DESIGNED TO ENHANCE ASTRONOMY EDUCATION In an effort to enhance the teaching of scien
pen-feb2.htm PHYSICS EDUCATION NEWS (PEN) February 1994, No. 2 An electronic newsletter of the AIP Education Division VICE PRESIDENT ASKS SCIENTISTS TO JOIN EDUCATION REFORM EFFORTS In his February 1, 1994 speech to t
pen-jan1.htm PHYSICS EDUCATION NEWS (PEN) January 1994, No. 1 An electronic newsletter of the AIP Education Division FEDERAL SCIENCE EDUCATION PROGRAMS CRITICIZED A recently released report by a top-level advisory pan
pen-jan2.htm PHYSICS EDUCATION NEWS (PEN) January 1994, No. 2 An electronic newsletter of the AIP Education Division AAS TEACHER RESOURCE AGENT PROGRAM INVITES APPLICATIONS The American Astronomical Society (AAS) Teac
pen-jul1.htm PHYSICS EDUCATION NEWS (PEN) July 1994, No. 1 An electronic newsletter of the AIP Education Division NSF RELEASES 1993 SCIENCE INDICATORS The National Science Foundation (NSF) has released the 13th and lar
pen-jul2.htm PHYSICS EDUCATION NEWS (PEN) July 1994, No. 2 An electronic newsletter of the AIP Education Division GRANTS FOR JUNIOR AND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL SCIENCE PROJECTS The Toshiba America Foundation, an organizati
pen-jun1.htm PHYSICS EDUCATION NEWS (PEN) June 1994, No. 1 An electronic newsletter of the AIP Education Division MAJOR STUDY TO COMPARE SCIENCE, MATH EDUCATION IN 50 COUNTRIES The Third International Mathematics and
pen-jun2.htm PHYSICS EDUCATION NEWS (PEN) June 1994, No. 2 An electronic newsletter of the AIP Education Division NEW GRANTS ENCOURAGE TEACHING AND RESEARCH A new awards program conceived to help third-year faculty at
pen-mar1.htm PHYSICS EDUCATION NEWS (PEN) March 1994, No. 1 An electronic newsletter of the AIP Education Division NATIONAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY WEEK APPROACHES A host of activities are planned for the tenth annual
pen-mar2.htm PHYSICS EDUCATION NEWS (PEN) March 1994, No. 2 An electronic newsletter of the AIP Education Division NSF ANNOUNCES NEW MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES INITIATIVE The National Science Foundation (NSF) has announced
pen-may1.htm PHYSICS EDUCATION NEWS (PEN) May 1994, No. 1 An electronic newsletter of the AIP Education Division AIP IMPLEMENTS LISTSERVER FOR PEN MAILING LIST AIP has implemented a Listserver, an automatic tool to ma
pen-may2.htm PHYSICS EDUCATION NEWS (PEN) May 1994, No. 2 An electronic newsletter of the AIP Education Division PROFESSIONALS SOUGHT FOR ASSISTANCE WITH RADIO SHOW The American Association for the Advancement of Scie
pen-sep1.htm PHYSICS EDUCATION NEWS (PEN) September 1994, No. 1 An electronic newsletter of the AIP Education Division PROBLEM SOLVING WORKSHOP PLANNED A College Physics Problem Solving Workshop will be held during Th
pen-sep2.htm PHYSICS EDUCATION NEWS (PEN) September 1994, No. 2 An electronic newsletter of the AIP Education Division NIST OFFERS UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS Undergraduates and graduating college seniors in sc
pn94-159.htm PHYSICS NEWS UPDATE A digest of physics news items prepared by Phillip F. Schewe, AIP Public Information Number 159 January 6, 1994 NEW LAMB SHIFT MEASUREMENTS DISAGREE WITH QED, the theory of quantum ele
pn94-160.htm PHYSICS NEWS UPDATE A digest of physics news items prepared by Phillip F. Schewe, AIP Public Information Number 160 January 14, 1994 A REJUVENATED HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE can now do what it was built to do
pn94-161.htm PHYSICS NEWS UPDATE A digest of physics news items prepared by Phillip F. Schewe, AIP Public Information Number 161 January 24, 1994 GAMMA RAY BURSTS MAY BE EXHIBITING TIME DILATION owing to the expansio
pn94-162.htm PHYSICS NEWS UPDATE A digest of physics news items prepared by Phillip F. Schewe, AIP Public Information Number 162 January 31, 1994 THE FIRST DIRECT OBSERVATION OF STRUCTURE IN THE COSMIC MICROWAVE BACK
pn94-163.htm PHYSICS NEWS UPDATE A digest of physics news items prepared by Phillip F. Schewe, AIP Public Information Number 163 February 4, 1994 A MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING SYSTEM developed by General Electric will
pn94-164.htm PHYSICS NEWS UPDATE A digest of physics news items prepared by Phillip F. Schewe, AIP Public Information Number 164 February 10, 1994 THE DISCOVERY OF ELEMENT 106 HAS BEEN CONFIRMED. First discovered a
pn94-165.htm PHYSICS NEWS UPDATE A digest of physics news items prepared by Phillip F. Schewe, AIP Public Information Number 165 February 17, 1994 LEPTOQUARKS HAVE NOT BEEN FOUND at the Tevatron. Certain theories seek
pn94-166.htm PHYSICS NEWS UPDATE A digest of physics news items prepared by Phillip F. Schewe, AIP Public Information Number 166 February 25, 1994 METASTABLE ANTIPROTONIC HELIUM ATOMS are made by shooting beams of ant
pn94-167.htm PHYSICS NEWS UPDATE A digest of physics news items prepared by Phillip F. Schewe, AIP Public Information Number 167 March 3, 1994 CORONAL MASS EJECTIONS VS. SOLAR FLARES. John Gosling of Los Alamos belie
pn94-168.htm PHYSICS NEWS UPDATE A digest of physics news items prepared by Phillip F. Schewe, AIP Public Information Number 168 March 10, 1994 HIGH ENERGY SULPHUR-SULPHUR COLLISIONS at the CERN SPS accelerator exhib
pn94-169.htm PHYSICS NEWS UPDATE A digest of physics news items prepared by Phillip F. Schewe, AIP Public Information Number 169 March 17, 1994 LIMITS ON THE FLUX OF MAGNETIC MONOPOLES streaming through the solar sys
pn94-170.htm PHYSICS NEWS UPDATE A digest of physics news items prepared by Phillip F. Schewe, AIP Public Information Number 170 March 28, 1994 CONTROLLING CHAOS through the use of small perturbations has been possib
pn94-171.htm PHYSICS NEWS UPDATE A digest of physics news items prepared by Phillip F. Schewe, AIP Public Information Number 171 April 1, 1994 FASTER TECHNIQUES FOR SEQUENCING DNA, described at the American Physical S
pn94-172.htm PHYSICS NEWS UPDATE A digest of physics news items by Phillip F. Schewe, American Institute of Physics Number 172 April 7, 1994 THE COLD DARK MATTER (cdm) theory attempts to account for the observed rotat
pn94-173.htm PHYSICS NEWS UPDATE A digest of physics news items by Phillip F. Schewe, American Institute of Physics Number 173 April 12, 1994 COSMIC STRINGS are hypothetical defects in space/time resulting from the fa
pn94-174.htm PHYSICS NEWS UPDATE A digest of physics news items by Phillip F. Schewe, American Institute of Physics Number 174 April 15, 1994 LASER ACTION IN A DISORDERED MATERIAL has been observed by N
pn94-175.htm PHYSICS NEWS UPDATE A digest of physics news items by Phillip F. Schewe, American Institute of Physics Number 175 April 25, 1994 EXPLORING MATTER ON A SCALE OF 10**-16 CM, 1000 times smaller than the siz
pn94-176.htm PYSICS NEWS UPDATE A digest of physics news items by Phillip F. Schewe, American Institute of Physics Number 176 April 26, 1994 FERMILAB SEES SOME EVIDENCE FOR THE TOP QUARK at a mass of 174 GeV. The sta
pn94-177.htm PHYSICS NEWS UPDATE A digest of physics news items by Phillip F. Schewe, American Institute of Physics Number 177 May 3, 1994 A QUANTUM WIRE MICROCAVITY LASER uses quantum confinement effects in two ways.
pn94-178.htm PHYSICS NEWS UPDATE A digest of physics news items by Phillip F. Schewe, American Institute of Physics Number 178 May 10, 1994 THE LATTICE SPACING IN SILICON (220) has been measured to be 192015.569 fm (1
pn94-179.htm PHYSICS NEWS UPDATE A digest of physics news items by Phillip F. Schewe, American Institute of Physics Number 179 May 17, 1994 THE RELAXATION OF A SINGLE DNA MOLECULE has been studied by attaching to it a
pn94-180.htm PHYSICS NEWS UPDATE A digest of physics news items by Phillip F. Schewe, American Institute of Physics Number 180 May 27, 1994 THE EXISTENCE OF BLACK HOLES is now established observationally about as well
pn94-181.htm PHYSICS NEWS UPDATE A digest of physics news items by Phillip F. Schewe, American Institute of Physics Number 181 June 3, 1994 ASYMMETRIC SUPERNOVA EXPLOSIONS can impart a "kick" to the neutron star remna
pn94-182.htm PHYSICS NEWS UPDATE A digest of physics news items by Phillip F. Schewe, American Institute of Physics Number 182 June 8, 1994 RADIOACTIVE ATOMS HAVE BEEN TRAPPED using a combination of laser beams and ma
pn94-183.htm PHYSICS NEWS UPDATE A digest of physics news items by Phillip F. Schewe, American Institute of Physics Number 183 June 14, 1994 PHYSICS NEWS UPDATE IS NOW USING THE AIP LISTSERVER, an automated electronic
pn94-184.htm PHYSICS NEWS UPDATE A digest of physics news items by Phillip F. Schewe, American Institute of Physics physnews@aip.org Number 184 June 21, 1994 THE MOST PRECISE MEASUREMENT YET OF T
pn94-185.htm PHYSICS NEWS UPDATE A digest of physics news items by Phillip F. Schewe, American Institute of Physics Number 185 June 28, 1994 physnews@aip.org BARE URANIUM IONS HAVE BEEN TRAPPED usin
pn94-186.htm PHYSICS NEWS UPDATE A digest of physics news items by Phillip F. Schewe, American Institute of Physics Number 186 July 5, 1994 physnews@aip.org NEAR-FIELD OPTICAL MICROSCOPES can achiev
pn94-187.htm PHYSICS NEWS UPDATE A digest of physics news items by Phillip F. Schewe, American Institute of Physics Number 187 July 11, 1994 physnews@aip.org A CIRCUMSTELLAR DUST RING, made from ast
pnu160.htm PHYSICS NEWS UPDATE A digest of physics news items prepared by Phillip F. Schewe, AIP Public Information Number 160 January 14, 1994 A REJUVENATED HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE can now do what it was built to do
polar.htm A Little Geometry The increasing capabilities of computer graphics systems has left many of us in the dust. It's great to be able to run dazzling applications or to doodle with a "paint" program, but ma
pr9353.htm Title : PR 93-53 South Pole Researchers Observe Early Structure of the Universe Type : Press Release NSF Org: OD / LPA Date : July 15, 1993 File : pr9353 Lynn Simarski, NSF EMBARGOED UNTIL 2:30 P.M.
pr9355.htm Title : PR 93-55 Field of Molecular Evolution Advanced by New Joint Agreement Type : Press Release NSF Org: BIO / IBN Date : July 15, 1993 File : pr9355 Cheryl Dybas June 28, 1993 (202) 357-9498 NS
pr9357.htm Title : PR 93-57 World's Deepest Ice Core Yields Unique Climate Archive Type : Press Release NSF Org: OD / OPP Date : July 15, 1993 File : pr9357 Lynn Simarski June 29, 1993 (202) 357-9498 NSF PR 93
pr9358.htm Title : NSF 93-58 NSF FACILITY USING FOSSIL MOLLUSCS TO DATE "CLIMATIC OPTIMUM" Type : Press Release NSF Org: OD / LPA Date : August 3, 1993 File : pr9358 Cheryl Dybas
pr9386.htm Title : SKIN CANCER INCIDENCE, ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION BENCHMARKS SET Type : Press Release NSF Org: OD / LPA Date : November 18, 1993 File : pr9386 Cheryl Dybas December 18, 1993 (202) 357-9498
pr9387.htm Title : Deepest Ozone Hole Matched by Record Ultraviolet Radiation Type : Press Release NSF Org: OD / LPA Date : November 18, 1993 File : pr9387 Lynn Simarski November 18, 1993 (202) 357-949
pr9388.htm Title : National Science Board Approves Creation of National Nanofabrication Users Network Type : Press Release NSF Org: OD / LPA Date : November 22, 1993 File : pr9388 Lynn Simarski
pr9389.htm Title : PR 93-89 DISEASE RESISTANCE GENE CLONED FROM TOMATO PLANT Type : Press Release NSF Org: OD / LPA Date : November 25, 1993 File : pr9389 Cheryl Dybas
pr9390.htm Title : EXPERT PANEL CALLS FOR "NEW CULTURE" OF FEDERAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS IN SCIENCE, MATHEMATICS, ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY Type : Press Release NSF Org: OD / LPA Date : December 1, 1993 File : p
pr9391x.htm Title : PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF RESEARCH ON EL NINO REPORTED AT AGU FALL MEETING Type : Press Release NSF Org: OD / LPA Date : December 3, 1993 File : pr9391x Cheryl Dybas
rbtarm.htm FEEDBACK Fdbck CYCLE_TIME 0.05 ! Name MIN MAX INOUT Movement (-50.0, 50.0) IN Current (-1.0, 1.0) INOUT Position (0.0, 70.0) OUT Pos_error(-70.0, 70.0) IN Reference(0.0, 70.0) LOCA
referdoc.htm Fuzzy Logic References: 1. Bart Kosko, "Neural Networks And Fuzzy Systems", Prentice Hall 1992. 2. James M. Sibigtroth, "Creating Fuzzy Micros", Embeded Systems Programming December 1991. 3. R. Colin Johns
robarmga.htm CONFIGURATION PLOT_DURATION = 5.0; ! seconds SIM_SCHEDULE_RATE = 0.06; ! second SIM_INC_RATE = 0.005; ! second END_CONFIGURATION; SEGMENT Control CYCLE_TIME 0.06 ! Name MIN MAX IN
robotarm.htm CONFIGURATION EVAL_SAMPLE = 3; GENE_WEIGHT_INC = 2; MAX_BEST_ITEM = 10; ! range 1 - 100 TEST_TIME = 2.2; ! second MIN_SCORE = 0.600; EVAL_NULL_BAND = 0.02; MAX_RULE = 12; MAX_CYCLE_
romancal.htm I got a couple of inquiries, which I answered in email, about this -- but that suggests a possibly more general interest in the Roman oddities of counting days. There is a tabular conversion, and some
sagansci.htm CARL SAGAN: PROPHET OF SCIENTISM by David N. Menton, Ph.d copyright (c) 1991 Missouri Association for Creation, Inc. Carl Sagan has gained international attention through his popular writings on science a
scidemo.htm QUICKIE DEMONSTRATIONSOFSCIENTIFIC PRINCIPLES1. Spontaneous ignition can be affected with a half teaspoon of sodiumperoxide placed on a two-inch cone of starch, sawdust, or finelychopped paper. Lay a
scientst.htm The Scientist The Scientist is a new biweekly newspaper "for the science professional" from the Institute for Scientific Information (the folks who bring you the various Current Contents , among other
thescien.htm Request: the-scientist Topic: overview Document Updated: 15 Dec 92 Subject: Overview of THE SCIENTIST OVERVIEW OF "THE SCIENTIST" 15 December 1992 THE SCIENTIST is a biweekly tabloid n
tsc8n11.htm THE SCIENTIST (CONTENTS PAGE & FULL ISSUE FOLLOW THIS SHORT MESSAGE) ****************************************************** Dear Reader: Many of you have been accessing THE SCIENTIST, free of charge
tsc8n2.htm THE SCIENTIST VOLUME 8, No:2 JANUARY 24, 1994 (Copyright, The Scientist, Inc.) Articles published in THE SCIENTIST reflect the views of their authors and not the official
tsc8n4.htm THE SCIENTIST VOLUME 8, No:4 FEBRUARY 21, 1994 (Copyright, The Scientist, Inc.) Articles published in THE SCIENTIST reflect the views of their authors and not the official
tsc8n5.htm THE SCIENTIST (CONTENTS PAGE & FULL ISSUE FOLLOW THIS SHORT MESSAGE) ****************************************************** Dear Reader: Many of you have been accessing THE SCIENTIST, free of charge, on t
tsci7n1.htm THE SCIENTIST VOLUME 7, No:1 January 11, 1993 (Copyright, The Scientist, Inc.) Articles published in THE SCIENTIST reflect the views of their authors and not the official vie
tsci7n10.htm THE SCIENTIST VOLUME 7, No:10 May 17, 1993 (Copyright, The Scientist, Inc.) Articles published in THE SCIENTIST reflect the views of their authors and not the official vi
tsci7n11.htm THE SCIENTIST VOLUME 7, No:11 May 31, 1993 (Copyright, The Scientist, Inc.) Articles published in THE SCIENTIST reflect the views of their authors and not the official vi
tsci7n12.htm THE SCIENTIST VOLUME 7, No:12 June 14, 1993 (Copyright, The Scientist, Inc.) Articles published in THE SCIENTIST reflect the views of their authors and not the official vi
tsci7n2.htm THE SCIENTIST VOLUME 7, No:2 January 25, 1993 (Copyright, The Scientist, Inc.) Articles published in THE SCIENTIST reflect the views of their authors and not the official vie
tsci7n3.htm THE SCIENTIST VOLUME 7, No:3 February 8, 1993 (Copyright, The Scientist, Inc.) Articles published in THE SCIENTIST reflect the views of their authors and not the official vie
tsci7n4.htm Request: the-scientist Topic: the-scientist-930222 Subject: The February 22, 1993 issue of THE SCIENTIST Newspaper Date: 22 February 1993 THE SCIENTIST VOLUME 7, No:4 F
tsci7n5.htm Request: the-scientist Topic: the-scientist-930308 Subject: The March 8, 1993 issue of THE SCIENTIST Newspaper Date: 4 March 1993 THE SCIENTIST VOLUME 7, No:5 Marc
tsci7n6.htm Request: the-scientist Topic: the-scientist-930322 Subject: The March 22, 1993 issue of THE SCIENTIST Newspaper Date: 19 March 1993 THE SCIENTIST VOLUME 7, No:6 Ma
tsci7n7.htm THE SCIENTIST VOLUME 7, No:7 April 5, 1993 (Copyright, The Scientist, Inc.) Articles published in THE SCIENTIST reflect the views of their authors and not the official vi
tsci7n8.htm THE SCIENTIST VOLUME 7, No:8 April 19, 1993 (Copyright, The Scientist, Inc.) Articles published in THE SCIENTIST reflect the views of their authors and not the official v
tsci7n9.htm THE SCIENTIST VOLUME 7, No:9 May 3, 1993 (Copyright, The Scientist, Inc.) Articles published in THE SCIENTIST reflect the views of their authors and not the official view
tsci8n1.htm THE SCIENTIST Status: RO VOLUME 8, No:1 JANUARY 10, 1994 (Copyright, The Scientist, Inc.) Articles published in THE SCIENTIST reflect the views of their authors and not the off
tsci8n12.htm THE SCIENTIST (CONTENTS PAGE & FULL ISSUE FOLLOW THIS SHORT MESSAGE) ****************************************************** Dear Reader: Many of you have been accessing THE SCIENTIST, free of charge, on
tsci8n13.htm THE SCIENTIST (CONTENTS PAGE & FULL ISSUE FOLLOW THIS SHORT MESSAGE) ****************************************************** Dear Reader: Many of you have been accessing THE SCIENTIST, free of charge, on
tsci8n16.htm THE SCIENTIST (CONTENTS PAGE & FULL ISSUE FOLLOW THIS SHORT MESSAGE) ****************************************************** Dear Reader: Many of you have been accessing THE SCIENTIST, free of charge, on
tsci8n17.htm THE SCIENTIST (CONTENTS PAGE & FULL ISSUE FOLLOW THIS SHORT MESSAGE) ****************************************************** Dear Reader: Many of you have been accessing THE SCIENTIST, free of charge, on
tsci8n18.htm THE SCIENTIST (CONTENTS PAGE & FULL ISSUE FOLLOW THIS SHORT MESSAGE) ****************************************************** Dear Reader: Many of you have been accessing THE SCIENTIST, free of charge, on
tsci8n19.htm THE SCIENTIST (CONTENTS PAGE & FULL ISSUE FOLLOW THIS SHORT MESSAGE) ****************************************************** Dear Reader: Many of you have been accessing THE SCIENTIST, free of charge, on
tsci8n20.htm THE SCIENTIST (CONTENTS PAGE & FULL ISSUE FOLLOW THIS SHORT MESSAGE) ****************************************************** Dear Reader: Many of you have been accessing THE SCIENTIST, free of charge, on
tsci8n21.htm THE SCIENTIST (CONTENTS PAGE & FULL ISSUE FOLLOW THIS SHORT MESSAGE) ****************************************************** Dear Reader: Many of you have been accessing THE SCIENTIST, free of charge, on
tsci8n22.htm THE SCIENTIST (CONTENTS PAGE & FULL ISSUE FOLLOW THIS SHORT MESSAGE) ****************************************************** Dear Reader: Many of you have been accessing THE SCIENTIST, free of charge, on
tsci8n23.htm THE SCIENTIST (CONTENTS PAGE & FULL ISSUE FOLLOW THIS SHORT MESSAGE) ****************************************************** Dear Reader: Many of you have been accessing THE SCIENTIST, free of charge, on
tsci8n24.htm THE SCIENTIST (CONTENTS PAGE & FULL ISSUE FOLLOW THIS SHORT MESSAGE) ****************************************************** Dear Reader: Many of you have been accessing THE SCIENTIST, free of charge, on
vacuumsc.htm [The following article originally appeared in "Frontier Perspectives" (vol. 2 number 2, Fall/Winter 1991), the newsletter of The Center for Frontier Sciences at Temple University, Dr. Beverly Rubik, Dir
vendordo.htm Shareware Vendor Information Program: KWIKSTAT Statistical Data Analysis Version: 4.0 Reason for version: New major release: Improved and new graphics, improved menus, added statistical features, new on-sc
wn931119.htm WHAT'S NEW (in my opinion), Friday, 19 Nov 1993 Washington, DC 1. SILENCE OVER CROP JOB SAVES PERKIN-ELMER $62M ON HUBBLE SUIT. In May 1981, an interferogram test of the Hubble mirror showed the strai
wn931203.htm WHAT'S NEW (in my opinion), Friday, 3 Dec 93 Washington, DC 1. CLINTON CREATED "THE NATIONAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY COUNCIL" to coordinate S&T policies across agency boundaries. It replaces the Fe
wn931210.htm WHAT'S NEW (in my opinion), Friday, 10 Dec 1993 Washington, DC 1. SECRETARY OF DEFENSE UNVEILS "COUNTER-PROLIFERATION" POLICY! In a speech on Tuesday, Pearl Harbor Day, Les Aspin acknowledged that the
wn931217.htm WHAT'S NEW (in my opinion), Friday, 17 Dec 1993 Washington, DC 1. GATT R&D SUBSIDIES ARE FIXED: THE HAND THAT ROCKED THE CRADAS! As we reported (WN 26 Nov 93), a draft of the General Agreements on Tar
wn931231.htm WHAT'S NEW (in my opinion), Friday, 31 Dec 1993 Washington, DC 1. WOULD YOU BE SHOCKED TO LEARN THAT THE LHC COST HAS ESCALATED? The goals of high-energy physics in the U.S. have not changed in spite
wn940107.htm WHAT'S NEW (in my opinion), Friday, 7 Jan 1994 Washington, DC 1. WHOA! HIGH-ENERGY PHYSICISTS ARE RILED BY COMMENT ON LHC COST. Last week, WHAT'S NEW used a figure for the cost of the LHC taken from
wn940114.htm WHAT'S NEW (in my opinion), Friday, 14 Jan 1994 Washington, DC 1. JUDY FRANZ ACCEPTS POSITION OF EXECUTIVE OFFICER OF THE APS! An APS Fellow and chair of the Condensed Matter Division, she has served
wn940121.htm WHAT'S NEW (in my opinion), Friday, 21 Jan 1994 Washington, DC 1. GEORGE BROWN ANNOUNCES CANDIDACY FOR REELECTION TO THE HOUSE. The Chair of the Science, Space and Technology Committee since 1991, B
wn940128.htm WHAT'S NEW (in my opinion), Friday, 28 Jan 1994 Washington, DC 1. THE STATE OF THE UNION: "SCIENCE" WAS NOT ON THE TELEPROMPTER. A search of the President's 7,500-word speech found no reference to "
wn940204.htm WHAT'S NEW (in my opinion), Friday, 4 Feb 1994 Washington, DC 1. WHITE HOUSE CONVENES FORUM ON SCIENCE IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST. More than 200 leaders of science gathered in Washington this week to d
wn940211.htm WHAT'S NEW (in my opinion), Friday, 11 Feb 1994 Washington, DC 1. THE CLINTON BUDGET FOR FY 95: HOW WELL DID SCIENCE REALLY DO? Congress is asked to increase spending for civilian and military R&D by
wn940225.htm WHAT'S NEW (in my opinion), Friday, 25 Feb 1994 Washington, DC 1. A "WHITE PAPER" ON "BIG SCIENCE AND INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION" was released by George Brown at the AAAS Meeting in San Francisco last
wn940311.htm WHAT'S NEW by Robert L. Park Friday, 11 Mar 94 Washington, DC 1. NASA BUDGET: A CHOICE BETWEEN SPACE SCIENCE AND SPACE STATION? Invoking the metaphor of King Solomon's solution to a parenthood disp
wn940318.htm WHAT'S NEW by Robert L. Park Friday, 18 Mar 94 Washington, DC 1. ONE YEAR LATER: CONCERN HAS SHIFTED TO "STRATEGIC EMPLOYMENT." Testifying on the NSF request for FY 95, NSF Director Neal Lane told a
wn940403.htm WHAT'S NEW by Robert L. Park Friday, 4 Mar 94 Washington, DC 1. INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION AGREEMENT SEEMS TO BE UNRAVELING! Canada last week announced its intention to "negotiate an orderly reduct

---

E-Mail Fredric L. Rice / The Skeptic Tank