wordnet_scientist_110560637


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Leon Keyserling... convince me that Government can spend a dollar that it's not got," he told, a Keynesian economist who chaired Truman's Council of Economic Advisers
John Murray... g many other discoveries, catalogued over 4,000 previously unknown species., who supervised the publication, described the report as "the greatest ad ...
Lewis Carroll... such as "I Love Louie", where Desi lived with Louis Armstrong. He also read's poem "Jabberwocky" in a heavy Cuban accent (he pronounced it "Habberwoc ...
Slavoj Žižek... Ideological State Apparatuses has been of interest to Slovenian philosopher; the attempt to view history as a process without a subject garnered symp ...
Richard Owen... fragment of bone to his uncle, John Rule, a Sydney surgeon, who sent it towho at that time was working at the Hunterian Museum at the Royal College ...
Aldous Huxley... Theatre. Until 1950, she also worked in the same theatre in other plays by, Arthur Miller, Philip Jordan and André Roussin. She then moved to Paris, ...
Albert Einstein... time or lived in Halesite include comedian/singer Fanny Brice and scientist
Talcott Parsons... pretations of his writings were produced by such sociological luminaries asand C. Wright Mills. Parsons in particular imparted to Weber's works a fun ...
Bjarne Stroustrup... 8 for the discovery. In 1983, the C++ programming language was developed byas an extension to the original C programming language also developed at B ...
Benjamin Zablocki... 1992 for "defamation, frauds, aiding and abetting and conspiracy" and lost.and Alberto Amitrani interpreted the APA's response as meaning that there ...
Larry Sabato... d it "McCain's plan" and University of Virginia political science professorsaid, "McCain owns Iraq just as much as Bush does now." The surge and the ...
Georges Cuvier... a prominent part of his version of Lamarckism leading to disagreements with. It was widely supported in the Edinburgh and London schools of higher an ...
Hipparchus... oman world as a religious response to the discovery by the Greek astronomerof the astronomical phenomenon of the precession of the equinoxes – a disc ...
Ronald J. Brachman... has been no small amount of inconsistency in the usage of the "is-a" link:wrote a paper titled "What IS-A is and isn't", wherein 29 different semant ...
John Seward... as Arthur Holmwood, Christopher Lee as Mycroft Holmes, Richard E. Grant as, and Harvey Keitel as
David HumePopper andagreed that there is often a psychological belief that the sun will rise t ...
Henry Cavendish... lfuric acid. In 1776 Lavoisier showed that it contained oxygen, and in 1785determined its precise composition and showed that it could be synthesized ...
Abu 'Ali al-Hasan ibn al-Haytham... ized as Alhazen: Alhazen ben Josef, who translated Ptolemy into Arabic; and, who wrote about optics, mathematics and physics. Ibn al-Haytham is said ...
Henry HazlittAustrian School economic commentator and journalist's The Failure of the New Economics is a paragraph-by-paragraph critique o ...
Francis Peyton Rous... e laureates were faculty members, five earned PhDs, eight earned M.D. whileand Martin Rodbell earned undergraduate degrees
Robert B. Laughlin... ct was discovered by Horst Störmer and former Bell Laboratories researchersand Daniel C. Tsui; they consequently won a Nobel Prize in 1998 for the di ...
John Tooby... nary theories of Charles Darwin that were later substantially elaborated byand Leda Cosmides. Central to evolutionary theory is that all biological o ...
Louis PasteurIn 1849,resolved a problem concerning the nature of tartaric acid. A solution of t ...
Alexander Parkes... lk material for forming objects was made in 1855 in Birmingham, England, by, who was never able to see his invention reach full fruition, after his f ...
Ken Thompson... applies an extended regular expression syntax that was added to Unix after's original regular expression implementation. fgrep searches for any of a ...
Valerio Massimo Manfredi... ventors on the island of Ortygia near Syracuse. He is the main character in's novel Tyrant (2003). He is also featured in the 1962 film Damon and Pyt ...
Eudoxus of Cnidus... Babylonian star catalogs entered Greek astronomy in the 4th century BC, viaand others
Wilhelm Dilthey... imilar tradition as his German colleagues Werner Sombart, Georg Simmel, and, who stressed the differences between the methodologies appropriate to th ...
John Tukey... e American Statistical Association, including notable statisticians such as, condemned the sampling procedure. Tukey was perhaps the most vocal criti ...
Daniel C. Tsui... rst Störmer and former Bell Laboratories researchers Robert B. Laughlin and; they consequently won a Nobel Prize in 1998 for the discovery. In 1983, ...
Wernher von Braun... February 1, 1956 and commanded by Major General John B. Medaris with Doctor
Leda Cosmides... f Charles Darwin that were later substantially elaborated by John Tooby and. Central to evolutionary theory is that all biological organisms under ch ...
William JamesOther thinkers who have formulated a two-stage model for free will include, Henri Poincaré, Arthur Compton, Henry Margenau, and Daniel Dennett
Martin Rodbell... members, five earned PhDs, eight earned M.D. while Francis Peyton Rous andearned undergraduate degrees
Johann Mattheson... 733 notes, "mi against fa", which the ancients called "Satan in music", andin 1739 writes that the "older singers with solmization called this pleasa ...
Lewis Carroll... g nonsense words; a famous such example is "The gostak distims the doshes".'s Jabberwocky is also famous for using this technique, although in this c ...
Lex Luthor... c (who murders Alexi Luthor of Earth-Two for trying to take leadership) andto conquer the Earths, while the Anti-Monitor causes chaos on the Earths b ...
Pseudo-GeberThe first mention of nitric acid is in´s De Inventione Veritatis, wherein it is obtained by calcining a mixture ...
Henri Poincaré... who have formulated a two-stage model for free will include William James,, Arthur Compton, Henry Margenau, and Daniel Dennett
Joseph Schumpeterwas an economist of the same age as Keynes and one of his main rivals. He ...
Steven Pinker... are common in discussions of homosexuality, environmentalism and veganism.has described two logical fallacies. "The naturalistic fallacy is the idea ...
Erna Schneider Hoover... em for computerized switching systems for telephone traffic was invented by, who received one of the first software patents for it. In 1976, Fiber op ...
Diophantus... tion is unknown. Negative numbers were also used by the Greek mathematicianin about 275 CE, but were not widely accepted in Europe until the 16th cen ...
Georg Simmel... he belongs to a similar tradition as his German colleagues Werner Sombart,, and Wilhelm Dilthey, who stressed the differences between the methodolog ...
Indiana JonesAlthough some sources speculate that Andrews was the inspiration for, neither George Lucas nor the other creators of the films have ever confi ...
Charles Darwin... tionary view of nationalism has its origins in the evolutionary theories ofthat were later substantially elaborated by John Tooby and Leda Cosmides. ...
PlatoThe structure of The Symposium and Phaedo, attributed to, is of a story within a story within a story
Arthur Compton... ated a two-stage model for free will include William James, Henri Poincaré,, Henry Margenau, and Daniel Dennett
Jing Fang... Han applied mathematics to various diverse disciplines. In musical tuning,(78–37 BCE) realized that 53 perfect fifths was approximate to 31 octaves ...
W. E. B. Du Bois... were educated at Harvard during Eliot's tenure, including such notables as(Class of 1890). Booker T. Washington was awarded an honorary degree by Ha ...
Charlotte Auerbach... a spontaneous variant arising in a colony of mice maintained by geneticist. Histopathological studies in the 1960s revealed that the cerebellum of r ...
William Townsend Aiton... ds bookshop in Piccadilly, London. Wedgwood was chairman; also present were(successor to his father, William Aiton, as Superintendent of Kew Gardens) ...
Guy Benton Johnson- Sociologist
Noah Webster... nnecticut themes include Nathan Hale, Eugene O'Neill, Josiah Willard Gibbs,, Eli Whitney, the whaling ship the Charles W. Morgan which is docked in M ...
Benjamin Beit-HallahmiTwo critical letters from external reviewersand Jeffery D. Fisher accompanied the rejection memo. The letters criticiz ...
Johannes Phocylides Holwarda:For the crater, see Phocylides (crater), which is named after
Gregor MendelAgricultural science began with's genetic work, but in modern terms might be better dated from the chemic ...
Kim Campbell... r B. Pearson, who acted as Chancellor of Carleton University; Joe Clark and, who became university professors, Clark also consultant and Campbell wor ...
Bertrand RussellThe philosopherused the sentence "Quadruplicity drinks procrastination" to make a similar ...
A. Michael NollIn 1970,patented a tactile, force-feedback system, coupled with interactive stereo ...
Jonas Jablonskis... g nationalist sentiment that finally led to the lifting of the ban in 1904.(1860–1930) made significant contributions to the formation of the standar ...
Henry Margenau... model for free will include William James, Henri Poincaré, Arthur Compton,, and Daniel Dennett
Michel Foucault... cope. Much of this debate is related to the works of the French philosopher(1926–1984), who, following the Italian political philosopher Niccolò Mach ...
Hipparchus... , three centuries after the discovery of the precession of the equinoxes byaround 130 BC, but he ignored the problem by dropping the concept of a fix ...
Aristotle... force for ethical behavior, and is used to describe the ethics of Socrates,, and other early Greek philosophers. Socrates (469 BC – 399 BC) was one o ...
William Aiton... hairman; also present were William Townsend Aiton (successor to his father,, as Superintendent of Kew Gardens), Sir Joseph Banks (President of the Ro ...
Ken ThompsonGrep was created byas a standalone application adapted from the regular expression parser he ...
Anvari1)a famous poet in his own right remarks about the eloquence of the Shahname ...
Werner Sombart... . In this regard he belongs to a similar tradition as his German colleagues, Georg Simmel, and Wilhelm Dilthey, who stressed the differences between ...
Wernher von Braun... cal, Tsiolkovsky influenced later rocket scientists throughout Europe, like. Russian search teams at Peenemünde found a German translation of a book ...
Henry Watson Fowler... riod when Guernsey was under German occupation during the Second World War.moved to Guernsey in 1903 where he and his brother Francis George Fowler c ...
Milton FriedmanWhiledescribed The General Theory as "a great book", he argues that its implici ...
Daniel Dennett... include William James, Henri Poincaré, Arthur Compton, Henry Margenau, and
Abraham Maslow... re, or had been, prison inmates, and 5% were male prostitutes. Psychologistasserted that Kinsey did not consider "". The data represented only those ...
LagrangeThe theorem was proved byand generalized by Hans Heinrich Bürmann, both in the late 18th century. T ...
Tim Berners-LeeThe Semantic Web as described byis one example of the many attempts over many decades to define standards ...
Lewis Carroll's... commonly. "Brunch" is an example of a portmanteau word (breakfast + lunch)."snark" (snake + shark) is also a portmanteau. Neologisms also can be crea ...
Dave Cutler... are projects, a contemporary of the GNU Project but not associated with it., who led the development of RSX-11M, RSX-11M+, VMS and then VAXeln, left ...
Guglielmo MarconiRadio Central was one of the many original operating and touring sites of's radio shack, which now is displayed at Rocky Point's Frank J. Carasiti ...
Marx's... entialist Jean-Paul Sartre—this meant the recovery of the humanist roots ofthought, and the opening of a dialogue between Marxists and moderate socia ...
David Hume... n at second order questions about ethics. Earlier, the Scottish philosopherhad put forward a similar view on the difference between facts and values
Robert H. Goddard... theory. Along with his followers the German Hermann Oberth and the American, he is considered to be one of the founding fathers of rocketry and astro ...
Martyn J. Fogg... pro-terraforming side of the argument, there are those like Robert Zubrin,, Richard L. S. Taylor and the late Carl Sagan who believe that it is huma ...
Alhazen... e and later pseudo-Aristotelian works, like the works of Egyptian scientist. However, more recent reevaluations emphasize that he was essentially a m ...
Pliny the Elder... The properties of lodestones and their affinity for iron were written of byin his encyclopedia Naturalis Historia
Andrew Strominger... e progress has been made in various approaches to quantum gravity. In 1995,and Cumrun Vafa showed that counting the microstates of a specific supersy ...
Benjamin Peirce... the Navy to Washington to head the Bureau of Navigation, Louis Agassiz andplanned the steps whereby the National Academy of Sciences was to be estab ...
Goethe... presentation. Art as mimesis has deep roots in the philosophy of Aristotle.defined art as an other resp. a second nature, according to his ideal of a ...
Plato... wrote a satyr play about the abduction called Orithyia which has been lost.writes somewhat mockingly that there may have been a rational explanation ...
Carl Sagan... those like Robert Zubrin, Martyn J. Fogg, Richard L. S. Taylor and the latewho believe that it is humanity's moral obligation to make other worlds su ...
Antoine Lavoisier... lopment of modern chemistry. Chemistry as we know it today, was invented bywith his law of Conservation of mass in 1783. The discoveries of the chemi ...
Mendeleev... , potassium. This was puzzling at the time when argon was discovered, sincehad placed the elements in his periodic table in order of atomic weight, a ...
Émile Durkheim... olitical sociology, and the sociology of religion. Along with Karl Marx and, he is commonly regarded as one of the founders of modern sociology. But ...
David H. Hubel... d Hamilton O. Smith won the 1978 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, andand Torsten N. Wiesel won the 1981 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
Widukind LenzThe Australian obstetrician William McBride and the German pediatriciansuspected a link between birth defects and the drug, a theory Lenz proved ...
Lucien Tesnière... such a sentence, and probably many more. The pioneering French syntacticiancame up with the French sentence "Le silence vertébral indispose la voile ...
Jacob PerkinsAn American living in Great Britain,, obtained the first patent for a vapor-compression refrigeration system i ...
Sergey Korolyov... ronautics. His works later inspired leading Soviet rocket engineers such asand Valentin Glushko and contributed to the success of the
Joseph Henry... expense to plan the organization with the others. So it was done, bypassing, who had already made known his reluctance to have a bill for such an aca ...
Marcel Griaule... rmally be considered impossible without the use of telescopes. According to's books Conversations with Ogotemmêli and The Pale Fox they knew about th ...
Franz CumontScholarship on Mithras begins with, who published a two volume collection of source texts and images of monu ...
Sydney Brenner... n proteins in Belgium on 8 April 1953 went unreported by the British press., Jack Dunitz, Dorothy Hodgkin, Leslie Orgel, and Beryl M. Oughton, were s ...
Doris Day... the film's consciousness and unconscious. Naomi Watts, who modeled Betty on, Tippi Hedren, and Kim Novak, observed that Betty is a thrill-seeker, som ...
Daniel Nathans... Herbert Spencer Gasser won the 1944 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine,and Hamilton O. Smith won the 1978 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, ...
John GorrieIn 1842, an American physician,, designed the first system to refrigerate water to produce ice. He also c ...
Alexander Graham Bell... ted by large distances to talk to each other. Developed in the mid-1870s byand others, the telephone has long been considered indispensable to busine ...
Leonard Susskind... ly with the volume of the system. This odd property led Gerard 't Hooft andto propose the holographic principle, which suggests that anything that ha ...
Charles Gide... ty professor of law and died in 1880. His uncle was the political economist
Mercator, Gerardus... l - Mechelen - Meerhout - Meetjesland - Meeuwen-Gruitrode - Melle - Menen -- Merckx, Eddy - Merelbeke - Merksplas - Mertens, Pierre - Mesen - Meulebe ...
Nikola Tesla... tor by Frank J. Sprague and accelerated after the AC motor was developed by(Westinghouse) and others. Electrification of factories was fastest betwee ...
Dmitri Mendeleev... necessarily a numbering, but can be used to construct a numbering by fiat.claimed he arranged his tables in order of atomic weight ("Atomgewicht") H ...
Friedrich Müller... the German scholar Karl Richard Lepsius. The name was later popularized byin his Grundriss der Sprachwissenschaft (Wien 1876-88)
Piero Sraffa... han any racism. Keynes had many Jewish friends, including Isaiah Berlin and. Keynes several times used his influence to help his Jewish friends, most ...
Étienne Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire... gy and a "pattern of unification" in the organic world. It was supported byas part of his ideas of idealism, and became a prominent part of his versi ...
Margaret Thatcher... 1974–92, and served as the Chancellor of the Exchequer in the government offrom June 1983 to October 1989. He was made a life peer in 1992
Valentin Glushko... later inspired leading Soviet rocket engineers such as Sergey Korolyov andand contributed to the success of the
Friedrich Müller... c and Hausa, but this would long remain a topic of dispute and uncertainty.named the traditional "Hamito-Semitic" family in 1876 in his Grundriss der ...
Hamilton O. Smith... sser won the 1944 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, Daniel Nathans andwon the 1978 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, and David H. Hubel and ...
Jan Potocki... is narrated within it, and within that there are three more tales narrated.'s The Manuscript Found in Saragossa (1797-1805) has extremely rich interl ...
Josiah Willard Gibbs... Postal Service with Connecticut themes include Nathan Hale, Eugene O'Neill,, Noah Webster, Eli Whitney, the whaling ship the Charles W. Morgan which ...
Norbert Wiener... still be regarded as rather crude and hazardous in many respects." In 1948, the author of Cybernetics: Or the Control and Communication in the Anima ...
Jerry Fodor... zability. This argument is sometimes referred to as an "a priori argument"., Putnam, and others noted that, along with being an effective argument ag ...
Castor of Rhodes... name that may represent a Semitic title such as Ba'al, "lord". According to(apud Syncellus p. 167), his reign lasted 52 years, its commencement falli ...
Alexander Borodin... 's works in progress and collaborated on new pieces. He became friends with, whose music "astonished" him. He spent an increasing amount of time with ...
Wardell Pomeroy... 1948) and Sexual Behavior in the Human Female (1953), by Dr. Alfred Kinsey,and others and published by Saunders. Kinsey was a zoologist at Indiana Un ...
Karl Marx... c sociology, political sociology, and the sociology of religion. Along withand Émile Durkheim, he is commonly regarded as one of the founders of mode ...
Willmoore Kendall... ch as Harry V. Jaffa, praised this development. Critics of Lincoln, notablyand Mel Bradford, argued that Lincoln dangerously expanded the scope of th ...
Rudolf Weigl... e High Command institute for virus and typhus research in Cracow to produce's vaccine against epidemic typhus
Gerard 't Hooft... y that scales linearly with the volume of the system. This odd property ledand Leonard Susskind to propose the holographic principle, which suggests ...
Ali ibn Sahl Rabban al-TabariHe studied medicine under, known as Ali ibn Rabban al-Tabari or Ali ibn Sahl, (Cf. al-Qifti, Usaibi ...
John Lindley... each of its four gardens. The library is based upon the book collection of
Friedrich HayekIn 1947, Popper founded with, Milton Friedman, Ludwig von Mises and others the Mont Pelerin Society to ...
Joseph Achille Le BelIn 1874, Jacobus Henricus van 't Hoff andindependently proposed that the phenomenon of optical activity could be ex ...
Malcolm Fraser... olved by Kerr's dismissal of Whitlam and commissioning of Opposition leaderas caretaker Prime Minister. Labor lost the subsequent 1975 election in a ...
Franz Cumont... ong scholars as to whether this text is an expression of Mithraism as such.argued that it isn't; Marvin Meyer thinks it is; while sees it as a synthe ...
Jerry Fodor... nto numerous versions by thinkers as diverse as David Marr, Daniel Dennett,, and David Lewis. Functionalism helped lay the foundations for modern cog ...
Joseph Erlanger... inot and George Whipple won the 1934 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine,and Herbert Spencer Gasser won the 1944 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medic ...
Sidgwick... ntral error of certain moral theories, such as those propounded by Mill and. Since then, the term has become common in English-language ethical theor ...
Friedrich Hayek... l other economists associated with the Austrian School in the 20th century.in particular elaborated the arguments of Weber and Mises about economic c ...
Alexander Dallas BacheIn 1863, enlisting the support ofand Charles Henry Davis, a professional astronomer recently recalled from ...
Milton FriedmanIn 1947, Popper founded with Friedrich Hayek,, Ludwig von Mises and others the Mont Pelerin Society to defend classical ...
Vladimir Lenin... st Stage of Imperialism (1965). The work is self-defined as an extension of's Imperialism, the Last Stage of Capitalism (1916), in which Lenin argues ...
Leslie OrgelSydney Brenner, Jack Dunitz, Dorothy Hodgkin,, and Beryl M. Oughton, were some of the first people in April 1953 to see ...
Nikola Tesla... h neighboring village Shoreham, was also the home to inventor and scientist's early research facilities
Scott McCallum... at Jim Doyle, the state Attorney General, and incumbent Republican Governor, former Lieutenant Governor who had assumed the office in 2001 after Gove ...
Kindi... nsively. Greco-Roman (Mid- and Neo-Platonic, and Aristotelian) texts by theschool were commented, redacted and developed substantially by Islamic int ...
Harold FlemingIn 1969,proposed that what had previously been known as Western Cushitic is an ind ...
Herbert Spencer Gasser... ple won the 1934 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, Joseph Erlanger andwon the 1944 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, Daniel Nathans and Ham ...
Thomas E. LeeIn 1952 archeologistdiscovered Sheguiandah on the island, a prehistoric site with artifacts of ...
ErasistratusEarly references to the condition can be found in the work of Hippocrates,, Plutarch and Galen . In the psychiatric literature it was first referred ...
Billy Klüver... Morris, Robert Whitman, John Cage, Robert Rauschenberg, and engineers like. These performances were often designed to be the creation of a new art f ...
Thomas Jefferson... to the complexity of city life, with its banks and factories. The Americanwas a representative agrarian who built Jeffersonian Democracy around the ...
Jacobus Henricus van 't HoffIn 1874,and Joseph Achille Le Bel independently proposed that the phenomenon of op ...
William Murdoch... innovation elsewhere, the large scale introduction of this was the work of, an employee of Boulton and Watt, the Birmingham steam engine pioneers. T ...
Daniel Dennett... been developed into numerous versions by thinkers as diverse as David Marr,, Jerry Fodor, and David Lewis. Functionalism helped lay the foundations f ...
Walras... ibrium models, or unable to determine a long-period position, just like theian approach
Alfred AdlerSome schools of psychology, notably that associated with, place power dynamics at the core of their theory (where orthodox Freudia ...
Zhang Heng... Using a water clock, waterwheel and a series of gears, the Court Astronomer(78–139 CE) was able to mechanically rotate his metal-ringed armillary sph ...
Aristotle... European advocates of the modern scientific method inspired by the works ofand later pseudo-Aristotelian works, like the works of Egyptian scientist ...
Ernest RutherfordIn 1911,gave a model of the atom in which a central core held most of the atom's m ...
Michael FaradayIn 1820, the British scientistliquefied ammonia and other gases by using high pressures and low temperat ...
Narendra Karmarkar... , the Karmarkar Linear Programming Algorithm was developed by mathematician. Also in 1984, a divestiture agreement signed in 1982 with the American F ...
Louis Agassiz... ntly recalled from the Navy to Washington to head the Bureau of Navigation,and Benjamin Peirce planned the steps whereby the National Academy of Scie ...
Hyginus... s a son of Talaus and Lysimache. Pausanias calls his mother Lysianassa, andcalls her Eurynome. He was one of the three kings at Argos, along with Iph ...
Aldo Leopold... ion, yet survive and revive after water absorption. A. Carl Leopold, son of, began studying this capability at the Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant ...
Keith Dowding... se power relationships. One rational choice definition of power is given byin his book Power
Dorothy HodgkinSydney Brenner, Jack Dunitz,, Leslie Orgel, and Beryl M. Oughton, were some of the first people in Apr ...
James Clerk Maxwell... ry 1857 – 1 January 1894) was a German physicist who clarified and expanded's electromagnetic theory of light, which was first demonstrated by David ...
W. S. Van Dyke... aherty to film White Shadows in the South Seas (1928) in collaboration with, but their talents proved an uncomfortable fit, and Flaherty resigned fro ...
George Dantzig... arch, linear programming problems can be solved by the simplex algorithm of
Aristotle... translating into Latin many works of Greek philosophy and history, such asand Procopius. Bruni's translations of Aristotle's Politics and Nicomachea ...
Moo-Young Han... uark model, it is composed of three up quarks with parallel spins. In 1965,with Yoichiro Nambu and Oscar W. Greenberg independently resolved the prob ...
Abu Nasr Iraqi... Khwarezm he had met Abu Rayhan Biruni (a famous scientist and astronomer),(a renowned mathematician), Abu Sahl Masihi (a respected philosopher) and ...
Rufus Osgood Mason... upil in public school, he was inspired and motivated by his teacher-mentor,, whom Rockefeller later named "A Rockefeller Patron"
François Quesnay... communalism and egalitarianism. This influenced European intellectuals like, an avid Confucianist and advocate of China's agrarian policies, forming ...
Hans Riesel... r weapon program, but most of those calculations were done by SMIL. In 1957used BESK to discover a Mersenne prime with 969 digits - the largest prime ...
William H. Riker... the United States Congress, as well as political behavior, such as voting.and his colleagues and students at the University of Rochester were the ma ...
Wilhelm Ostwald... ction of nitric acid is via the Ostwald process, named after German chemist. In this process, anhydrous ammonia is oxidized to nitric oxide, in the p ...
Shannon's... encryption algorithm) is infeasible – i.e., would take too long to execute.work on information theory showed that to achieve so called perfect secrec ...
Aristotle... viding his time between Oxford and Paris, and helped introduce the study of. He is the first known Oxford Master of Arts and the site where he lived ...
Sir Hermann Bondi... Charlton area of Charlton in the Royal Borough of Greenwich. The report ofinto the North Sea flood of 1953 affecting parts of the Thames Estuary and ...
Antonius van den Broek... t Z = 79 on the periodic table), a month after Rutherford's paper appeared,first formally suggested that the central charge and number of electrons i ...
Richard Anthony Salisbury... Kensington Palace), Charles Francis Greville (a Lord of the Admiralty) and, who was to become the Secretary of the new society
Steven Chu... transition. In 1985, laser cooling was used to slow and manipulate atoms byand team. In 1985, the AMPL modeling language was developed by Robert Four ...
Ptolemy... It was one of the 48 constellations listed by the 2nd century AD astronomer, and it remains one of the 88 modern constellations. It is found in a reg ...
Hume's... related to (and even confused with) the is–ought problem, which comes fromTreatise
Richard Owen... forms diverged from this shared unity in a branching pattern. The anatomistused this to support his idealist concept of species as showing the unroll ...
Paul Chaikin... d by Denis Jerome and Klaus Bechgaard in 1979. Recent experimental works by's and Michael Naughton's groups as well as theoretical analysis of their ...
Robert Shiller... e divisive. Although many economists, such as George Akerlof, Paul Krugman,, and Joseph Stiglitz, support Keynesian stimulus, over 300 economists sig ...
Dougal Dixon... r and broadcaster), grew up in Ayr and Dumfries. Author and earth scientistis from Dumfries. Hunter Davies (author, journalist and broadcaster) lived ...
Julia Kristeva... iterary criticism include Tzvetan Todorov, Mikhail Bakhtin, Roland Barthes,, Michael Riffaterre, and Umberto Eco
Thomas Jefferson... federal military reservation established by President of the United Statesin 1802. It consists of about 16,000 acres including the campus of the U.S ...
Benjamin FranklinIn 1758,and John Hadley, professor of chemistry at Cambridge University, conducted ...
Werner SombartWeber, like his colleague, regarded economic calculation and especially the double-entry bookkeepin ...
Plato... , such as the historian Philistus, the poet Philoxenus, and the philosopher, but treated them in a most arbitrary manner. Once he had Philoxenus arre ...
Albert Einstein... nics. He strongly disagreed with Niels Bohr's instrumentalism and supported's realist approach to scientific theories about the universe. Popper's fa ...
Rupert Murdoch... per proprietor Twiggy Rathbone (who bore more than a passing resemblance to) and his editor, Russell Spam
Ralph BuncheAfter Bernadotte's death, his assistant American mediatorwas appointed to replace him. Bunche eventually negotiated a ceasefire, si ...
Yoichiro Nambu... omposed of three up quarks with parallel spins. In 1965, Moo-Young Han withand Oscar W. Greenberg independently resolved the problem by proposing tha ...
Zahavi... onnection between the elements of religion and its survival value (invoking's handicap principle of sexual selection, applied to believers of a relig ...
Henry Fairfield OsbornAndrews along withwere proponents of the Asia hypothesis and led several expeditions to Asia ...
Karl Marx's... rk of Althusser and his students in an intensive philosophical rereading ofCapital. The book reflects on the philosophical status of Marxist theory a ...
Hermann von Helmholtz... D from the University of Berlin; and remained for post-doctoral study under
Dmitri Mendeleev... nts has a long history culminating in the creation of the periodic table by. The Nobel Prize in Chemistry created in 1901 gives an excellent overview ...
Niels Bohr... Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics. He strongly disagreed with's instrumentalism and supported Albert Einstein's realist approach to sci ...
Oscar W. Greenberg... quarks with parallel spins. In 1965, Moo-Young Han with Yoichiro Nambu andindependently resolved the problem by proposing that quarks possess an add ...
Feleti Sevele... cabinet portfolios. He was replaced by the elected Minister of Labour, Dr.
Roland Barthes... c tradition of literary criticism include Tzvetan Todorov, Mikhail Bakhtin,, Julia Kristeva, Michael Riffaterre, and Umberto Eco
Ernst Haeckel... Baer's branching pattern matched his own idea of descent with modification:(1866), in his endeavour to produce a synthesis of Darwin's theory with La ...
Paul Krugman... been even more divisive. Although many economists, such as George Akerlof,, Robert Shiller, and Joseph Stiglitz, support Keynesian stimulus, over 30 ...
Stephen Resnick... ser's influence is also seen in the work of economists Richard D. Wolff and, who have interpreted that Marx's mature works hold a conception of class ...
Thomas Holtz... re the only described albertosaurines; other undescribed species may exist.found Appalachiosaurus to be an albertosaurine in 2004, but his more recen ...
Noam Chomsky... tts Institute of Technology linguistics professor and political commentatorpraised the film because of the way people were portrayed doing the real w ...
Nick Yee... roles (including gender identities) that MMORPGs allow a person to explore.has surveyed more than 35,000 MMORPG players over the past several years, ...
Raymond Gosling... f DNA X-ray diffraction data collected by Rosalind Franklin and her student. The controversy arose from the fact that some of these data were shown t ...
Charles SimonyiRichard Brodie,, and David Luebbert, members of the Microsoft Word development team, deve ...
Noam Chomsky"Colourless green ideas sleep furiously" is a sentence composed byin his 1957 Syntactic Structures as an example of a sentence that is gramm ...
William FarishFirst formalized by Professor(1759–1837), the concept of an isometric had existed in a rough empirical ...
Philip Converse... cterized early behavioral political science, including work by Robert Dahl,, and in the collaboration between sociologist Paul Lazarsfeld and public ...
Captain Atom... insic Field Subtractor" in 1959. Doctor Manhattan was based upon Charlton's, who in Moore's original proposal was surrounded by the shadow of nuclear ...
Alfred Tarski... pondence. Then came the semantic theory of truth formulated by the logicianand published in 1933. Popper writes of learning in 1935 of the consequenc ...
Max V. Mathews... Appleton also was influenced by the work of the "father" of computer music,and by French composers Francois Bayle, Beatriz Ferreyra and Michel Redolf ...
JK GalbraithPower may be held throughsummarises the types of power as being "Condign" (based on force), "Compen ...
Charles DarwinIn On the Origin of Species (1859),proposed evolution through natural selection, a theory central to modern b ...
Frank Knight... s and social philosophers, Weber's work did have a significant influence on, one of the founders of the neoclassical Chicago school of economics, who ...
George Bernard Shaw... influences were William Shakespeare, Adam Oehlenschläger, Henrik Ibsen, and. In his dramas Munk often displays a fascination for "strong characters" ...
J. R. R. TolkienIn's work The Lord of the Rings, will o' the wisps are present in the Dead M ...
René Descartes... ason to reject the concept of 'absolute' omnipotence, while others, such as, argue that God is absolutely omnipotent, despite the problem
Henry MoseleyThe experimental situation improved dramatically after research byin 1913. Moseley, after discussions with Bohr who was at the same lab (and ...
Stephen A. Kent... lled scientific community of scholars engages in some "corrupt" practices".has also published several articles about brainwashing. These scholars ten ...
Thomas Andrew KnightBanks proposed his close friendfor membership. The proposal was accepted, despite Knight's ongoing feud w ...
Marx'sAlthusser's contention is thatthought has been fundamentally misunderstood and underestimated. He fierce ...
Apocalypse... llfire Club, the arrival of the mysterious Madelyne Pryor, and the villains, Mister Sinister, Mojo, and Sabretooth
Umberto Eco... v, Mikhail Bakhtin, Roland Barthes, Julia Kristeva, Michael Riffaterre, and
Hartmut Jahreiß... te University, Phil Ianna of the University of Virginia in Charlottesville,of the Astronomisches Rechen-Institut in Heidelberg, Germany and Edgardo C ...
Pliny... re probably disposed groups of statuary. The pteron consisted (according to) of thirty-six columns of the Ionic order, enclosing a square cena. Betwe ...
Oliver Heaviside... tric axis. Coaxial cable was invented by English engineer and mathematician, who patented the design in 1880
Cumrun Vafa... de in various approaches to quantum gravity. In 1995, Andrew Strominger andshowed that counting the microstates of a specific supersymmetric black ho ...
Richard D. WolffAlthusser's influence is also seen in the work of economistsand Stephen Resnick, who have interpreted that Marx's mature works hold a ...
Hermann Oberth... and pioneer of the astronautic theory. Along with his followers the Germanand the American Robert H. Goddard, he is considered to be one of the foun ...
George Bernard Shaw... eciated at the time. Along with those of other writers of the time, such as, his plays addressed the class system and social issues, two of the best ...
Adam Smith... eaning of such terms. There is a linguistic division of labor, analogous to's economic division of labor, according to which such terms have their re ...
Béla Bartók... sed by Ernő Lendvaï, in his analysis of the use of tonality in the music of. Tritone relations are also important in the music of George Crumb. Georg ...
Sherry Turkle... ts and sociologists are able to use MMORPGs as tools for academic research., a clinical psychologist, has conducted interviews with computer users in ...
D.J. BernsteinIn April 2005,announced a cache-timing attack that he used to break a custom server that ...
Ivan Pavlov... enced both the neuron theory of Ramón y Cajal and the conditioned reflex of, in essence he simply interpreted this new neurological research in terms ...
George Brecht... age's students included Fluxus founding members Jackson Mac Low, Al Hansen,and Dick Higgins
William CullenThe first known method of artificial refrigeration was demonstrated byat the University of Glasgow in Scotland in 1756. Cullen used a pump to cr ...
R. John Ellis... with DNA during the assembly of nucleosomes. The term was later extended byin 1987 to describe proteins that mediated the post-translational assembly ...
Freud's... logy. Althusser's theory of ideology draws on Marx and Gramsci, but also onand concepts of the unconscious and mirror-phase respectively, and describ ...
Paul Lazarsfeld... Robert Dahl, Philip Converse, and in the collaboration between sociologistand public opinion scholar Bernard Berelson
John Beazley... tradition of this type has been discerned in 5th century BC Greek pottery—identified a scene of Apollo, Delian palm in hand, revenging Orion for the ...
Woo Jang-choon... becoming an allopolyploid species. This relationship was first published byin 1935 and is known as the Triangle of U
Rosalind Franklin... erated by Watson and Crick's use of DNA X-ray diffraction data collected byand her student Raymond Gosling. The controversy arose from the fact that ...
George Akerlof... an economics has been even more divisive. Although many economists, such as, Paul Krugman, Robert Shiller, and Joseph Stiglitz, support Keynesian sti ...
Wilhelm von Bezold... had a deep interest in meteorology probably derived from his contacts with(who was Hertz's professor in a laboratory course at the Munich Polytechni ...
Gough Whitlam... ld. Margaret Dovey, the future wife of the former Australian prime minister, finished sixth in the 200 yards breaststroke
J. R. R. TolkienIn's fictional Middle-earth, the Dagor Bragollach (Sindarin for Battle of Su ...
Bertrand Russellnamed Keynes one of the most intelligent people he had ever known, comment ...
Pasteur... f sufferers were being fed milk that had been heat-treated (as suggested by) to control bacterial disease. Pasteurisation was effective against bacte ...
Kenneth MeesThe Kodak Research Laboratories were founded in 1912 withas the first director. Principal components of the Kodak Research Laborato ...
Thomas Jefferson... population was 359 at the 2000 census. The name is derived indirectly from
Sam Hocevar... an, resulting in a device driver for Microsoft Windows XP and Windows 2000.also wrote a driver which is part of the Linux kernel
Claude Perrault... influence as Colbert's administrative aide, he was able to get his brother,, employed as an a designer the new section of the Louvre, built between 1 ...
Paul KrugmanIn 1991,, as a highly regarded international trade theorist, put out a call for ec ...
Gauss... s with roots in the 19th century and just prior. Important names are Euler,, Riemann, Cauchy, Weierstrass, and many more in the 20th century. Complex ...
David GrossThe discovery of asymptotic freedom in the strong interactions by, David Politzer and Frank Wilczek allowed physicists to make precise pred ...
Kenneth Ouriel... s treated successfully for an abdominal aortic aneurysm by vascular surgeon. Dr. Ouriel said Dole "maintained his sense of humor throughout his care.
Steven Lukes... enabling nature of power. A comprehensive account of power can be found inPower: A Radical View where he discusses the three dimensions of power. Th ...
Joseph Burr Tyrrell... expedition of the Geological Survey of Canada, led by the famous geologist. Due to a lack of specialised equipment the almost complete skull could o ...
William Opdyke... ademic works on refactoring functional and procedural programs, followed by's 1992 dissertation on the refactoring of object-oriented programs, altho ...
Robert Edmond Grant... the Edinburgh and London schools of higher anatomy around 1830, notably by, but was opposed by Karl Ernst von Baer's embryology of divergence in whi ...
Joseph Banks... cessor to his father, William Aiton, as Superintendent of Kew Gardens), Sir(President of the Royal Society), James Dickson (a nurseryman), William Fo ...
Andrew Wiles... and z such that x^n+y^n=z^n . Before this was proven for all n>2 in 1995 by, it had been proven for many values of n. These proofs inspired further r ...
Friedrich HayekAustrian School economistwas Keynes's most prominent contemporary critic, with sharply opposing vie ...
August Schleicher... ean family of languages. Such opinion was first represented by the likes of, and to a certain extent, Antoine Meillet. Endzelīns thought that the sim ...
Richard Trevithick... teenth century, attempts were being made to employ steam power for haulage.of Cornwall had experimented with various models of steam locomotive, and ...
Charles H. SternbergIn 1913, paleontologistrecovered another tyrannosaurid skeleton from the slightly older Dinosaur ...
Galileo... owledge", History, analogous to the contributions of Thales to mathematics,to physics, or, better, Freud's , in that the structure of his theory is u ...
Frank Wilczek... totic freedom in the strong interactions by David Gross, David Politzer andallowed physicists to make precise predictions of the results of many high ...
Roland Barthes... terature have often been less systematic (or, in some special cases such as's S/Z, they have been so specifically and exhaustively systematic as to r ...
Gary Becker... the theoretical basis for stimulus packages. Others, like Robert Barro and, say that the empirical evidence for beneficial effects from Keynesian st ...
Benjamin Zablocki... her scholars disagree with this consensus amongst sociologists of religion.asserts that it's obvious that brainwashing occurs, at least to any object ...
AristotleIn Greece, Hesiod,and Xenophon promoted agrarian ideas. Even more influential were such Roma ...
Joseph Rothschild... ith the Germans was condemned by AK headquarters. Tadeusz Piotrowski quotessaying "The Polish Home Army was by and large untainted by collaboration" ...
Friedrich Hayek... f value on the laws of psychophysics by Lionel Robbins, George Stigler, and, though the broader issue of the relation between economics and psycholog ...
Spock... affairs. Moore also wanted to avoid creating an emotionless character likefrom Star Trek, so he sought for Dr. Manhattan to retain "human habits" an ...
Eva Hesse... e of the term covered the period 1966 - 1976 and was applied to the work of, Keith Sonnier, Richard Serra and new work by former minimalists Robert S ...
Richard Feynman... interactions could probably not be fully described by quantum field theory.argued that high energy experiments showed quarks are real particles: he c ...
Alkindus... udius Ptolemy (his Optics in Arabic translation) and the Islamic scientists(al-Kindi) and Alhazen (Ibn al-Haytham). He includes a discussion of the p ...
Dawson Turner... living came from teaching art and one of his students, the local antiquary, became a good friend, introducing him to many pupils and collaborating o ...
George Gamow... expertise in the interpretation of X-ray diffraction patterns of proteins.established a group of scientists interested in the role of RNA as an inte ...
Hugo Brandt Corstius... ates into English as thermometer. The Dutch Wikipedia states, however, that, in his book, Opperlandse taal- & letterkunde, came up with the longest e ...
John James Audubon... ere commissioned for books. Among the most famous of these bird artists was, whose paintings of North American birds were a great commercial success ...
Mary Pickford... roducing them, and from 1918 he was even composing the music for them. With, Douglas Fairbanks and D. W. Griffith, he co-founded United Artists in 19 ...
Robert Barro... Lucas, questioned the theoretical basis for stimulus packages. Others, likeand Gary Becker, say that the empirical evidence for beneficial effects fr ...
Henry Fairfield OsbornIn Andrews book in 1926 On the Trail of the Ancient Man,noted in the preface that the birthplace of modern humans would be found i ...
Vladimir BekhterevEarly in the 20th century Russian neurologistand Estonian neurosurgeon Ludvig Puusepp operated on three patients with m ...
John Wesley HyattIn the 1860s, an American,, acquired Parkes' patent and began experimenting with cellulose nitrate w ...
Adolf von Baeyer... d to contract. These advances can be traced to 1865 when the German chemistbegan working on the synthesis of indigo. He described his first synthesis ...
Karl Ernst von Baer... her anatomy around 1830, notably by Robert Edmond Grant, but was opposed by's embryology of divergence in which embryonic parallels only applied to e ...
Darwin's... e well known as a region of distinct fauna, famous as the place of birth ofTheory of Evolution, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Mikhail Bakhtin... rs in the semiotic tradition of literary criticism include Tzvetan Todorov,, Roland Barthes, Julia Kristeva, Michael Riffaterre, and Umberto Eco
Robert Fourer... y Steven Chu and team. In 1985, the AMPL modeling language was developed by, David M. Gay and Brian Kernighan at Bell Laboratories. Also in 1985, Bel ...
George Stigler... he economic theory of value on the laws of psychophysics by Lionel Robbins,, and Friedrich Hayek, though the broader issue of the relation between ec ...
Aristotle... wise man will know what is right, do what is good, and therefore be happy.(384 BC – 322 BC) posited an ethical system that may be termed "self-reali ...
Todd Gitlin... for material in his books, particularly , as New York University Professorhas written. The group Free Exchange on Campus issued a 50-page report in ...
Frank Steglichheavy fermion metal, was discovered in 1978 by. In the early eighties, many more unconventional, heavy fermion supercond ...
Hermann von Helmholtz... Dresden, Munich and Berlin, where he studied under Gustav R. Kirchhoff and
Rupert Murdoch... 5. In the 1980s, there was an attempt by unknown entrepreneurs to seek from, who owned The Times, the right to use the Times Roman name; separately, ...
Friedrich August Kekulé von Stradonitz... matic hydrocarbon, with the nature of its bonding first being recognized byin the 19th century
Alexander Rich... Crick engaged in several X-ray diffraction collaborations such as one withon the structure of collagen. However, Crick was quickly drifting away fro ...
Thomas Jefferson... d spread across America and the South by figures such as George Washington,, and Robert E. Lee. Their homes in Virginia represent the birthplace of A ...
António Egas Moniz... eucotomy procedure was the work of the Portuguese physician and neurologist, who was highly acclaimed for his work on cerebral angiography (radiograp ...
Anton Rop... ition, Slovenia's government rejected this statement and its Prime Ministerreiterated that Slovenia has conditioned the decision to go to war upon a ...
David Ricardo's... ng terms are adopted—for example, the theory of surplus value that combinesconcepts of rent, profit, and interest—their meaning and relation to other ...
Yuri Matiyasevich... am contributed to the resolution of Hilbert's tenth problem in mathematics.had formulated a theorem involving the use of Fibonacci numbers in 1970, w ...
Joseph Stiglitz... many economists, such as George Akerlof, Paul Krugman, Robert Shiller, and, support Keynesian stimulus, over 300 economists signed a petition statin ...
Sadi Carnot... rating principle of the refrigeration cycle was described mathematically byin 1824 as a heat engine
Sue HendricksonOn August 12, 1990,, an American paleontologist working for the Black Hills Institute of Geol ...
Charles Wyville ThomsonPrompted by the Scot,—of the University of Edinburgh and Merchiston Castle School—the Royal Soc ...
Walter W. Granger... they were determined in 1995 actually to belong to the theropod Oviraptor .discovered a skull from the Cretaceous period. In 1925, the museum sent a ...
Richard Dawkins"Viruses of the Mind" (1993) is an article byusing memetics and analogies with biological and computer viruses, and wit ...
Albert Einstein... ns when an irresistible force meets an immovable object? He points out thatdemonstrated the equivalence of mass-energy. That is, according to relativ ...
William Whiston... . St J. Thackeray for the Loeb Classical Library edition widely used today., who created perhaps the most famous of the English translations of Josep ...
Benjamin Franklin... o owned their own land and voted for their local and provincial government., in 1772, after examining the wretched hovels in Scotland surrounding the ...
Thomas Jefferson... n was under French control as Louisiana. In 1803, the Louisiana Purchase bybrought the area under United States control. In 1830, Congress passed the ...
Otto Höfler... removed by trickery; it must be kept for a whole year and carefully tended.(1934) and other authors of his generation emphasized the identification o ...
Nikolay Bogolyubov... ctivity which does not conform to either the conventional BCS theory or the's theory or its extensions
Massimo Introvigne... on to Bromley, Thomas Robbins, Dick Anthony, Eileen Barker, Newton Maloney,, John Hall, Lorne Dawson, Anson Shupe, Gordon Melton, Marc Galanter, (amo ...
William Playfair... mong other things she used the pie chart, which had first been developed byin 1801. While taken for granted now, it was at the time a relatively nove ...
Dick Anthony... American youth to be "implausible." In addition to Bromley, Thomas Robbins,, Eileen Barker, Newton Maloney, Massimo Introvigne, John Hall, Lorne Daws ...
Bertrand Russell... s traveled abroad, visiting Europe and meeting working philosophers such asand members of the Vienna Circle like Rudolf Carnap, Otto Neurath, and Mor ...
Poggendorff... 1833 they installed a long wire above the town's roofs. Gauss combined the-Schweigger multiplicator with his magnetometer to build a more sensitive ...
Charles Darwin's theory of evolution is based on three principles: natural selection, he ...
Ivo Pranjković... " rather than "Bosnian" whilst some other Croatian linguists (Zvonko Kovač,) recognize it as Bosnian. In the opinion of the former, the appellation " ...
Nizam al-Mulk... ay in the military realm. Domestic affairs were handled by his able vizier,, the founder of the administrative organization which characterized and s ...
Benjamin Franklin... police suspicion that they were English spies, they visited Paris, meeting, General Lafayette, Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI, and joined the French ...
Thatcher... the system has been through phases of evolutionary change. The Conservativeadministrations attempted to bring competition into the NHS by developing ...
Konstantin TsiolkovskyThe Russian schoolmaster and physicistforesaw elements of the space community in his book Beyond Planet Earth wr ...
Isaac Asimov... und to a differentiated location in space contra transcendent omnipresence., a confirmed atheist, answered a variation of this question: what happens ...
David HumeHistorian and philosopher, in his history of England, recounts how in the reign of Henry III (r.121 ...
Oliver Stone... , The Thomas Crown Affair, and Operation Dumbo Drop. He had a small part in's Natural Born Killers, playing a ranting inmate during a prison riot; hi ...
Heinrich Gottfried Ollendorff... contemporary methods. The earliest applied linguists included Jean Manesca,(1803–1865), Henry Sweet (1845–1912), Otto Jespersen (1860–1943), and Haro ...
Albrecht Kossel... ts codons are CAU and CAC. Histidine was first isolated by German physicianin 1896. Histidine is an essential amino acid in humans and other mammals. ...
Charles Sanders PeirceAssociated with the pragmatists,, William James, and especially John Dewey, pragmatic ethics holds that mo ...
Jelle Zijlstra... ernhard of Lippe-Biesterfeld, Prince Ferdinand von Bismarck, Prime Minister, and Queen
Frank P. RamseySraffa joined the so-called "cafeteria group", together withand Ludwig Wittgenstein, a sort of informal club that discussed Keynes's t ...
René DescartesSome Philosophers, such as, argue that God is absolutely omnipotent. In addition, some philosophers ...
John Amos Comenius... s displaced by French, Italian, and English by the end of the 16th century.was one of many people who tried to reverse this trend. He composed a comp ...
Martin Davis... teger coefficients) has a solution among the integers. Putnam, working withand Julia Robinson, demonstrated that Matiyasevich's theorem was sufficien ...
Hermann Weyl... rement of time and space, if not on time and space themselves. According to, the assumption that space is made of finite and discrete units is subjec ...
Thomas Jefferson... rnor of New York, and then fourth Vice President of the United States underand James Madison; and Alexander Hamilton, first United States Secretary o ...
David RicardoIn 1817,, James Mill and Robert Torrens showed that free trade would benefit the i ...
Wernher von Braun... Lasswitz in 1897 and Bernal, Oberth, Von Pirquet and Noordung in the 1920s.contributed his ideas in a 1952 Colliers article. In the 1950s and 1960s, ...
Gerard K. O'Neill... k on the subject was the book The High Frontier: Human Colonies in Space byin 1977 which was followed the same year by Colonies in Space by T. A. Hep ...
Karl Pearson... obability distribution of a continuous variable and was first introduced by. A histogram consists of tabular frequencies, shown as adjacent rectangle ...
Marie François Xavier BichatVitalism was revived in the early 18th century by the physician, and the physician John Hunter who recognized a "living principle" in add ...
Leonardo da VinciSometimes credited with the greatest development in parachutes since, the American Domina Jalbert invented the Parafoil which had sectioned ce ...
Eileen Barker... to be "implausible." In addition to Bromley, Thomas Robbins, Dick Anthony,, Newton Maloney, Massimo Introvigne, John Hall, Lorne Dawson, Anson Shupe ...
Jerry Donohue... the imino and enol forms that Crick and Watson had assumed. They consultedwho confirmed the most likely structures of the nucleotide bases. The base ...
William Wilberforce... m the Georgian Church on Clapham Common, from where The Clapham Sect led byand a group of upper class evangelical Christians campaigned for the aboli ...
Robert Grosseteste... ions should be submitted for further experimental testing is very much like's 'Method of Verification', and Bacon's work on optics and the calendar a ...
James MillIn 1817, David Ricardo,and Robert Torrens showed that free trade would benefit the industrially w ...
Wilhelm Weber... heory of the Earth's magnetism in 1831, together with the physics professorin Göttingen. Among the most important inventions of the time was the unif ...
T. A. Heppenheimer... K. O'Neill in 1977 which was followed the same year by Colonies in Space by
Johannes Peter MüllerBetween 1833 and 1844,wrote a book on physiology called Handbuch der Physiologie, which became t ...
Isaac Milner... is future career. He travelled with his mother and sister in the company of, the brilliant younger brother of his former headmaster, who had been Fel ...
Friedrich Hayek... , a sort of informal club that discussed Keynes's theory of probability and's theory on business cycles. In 1939, Sraffa was elected to a Fellowship ...
Josh Fisher... he term VLIW, and the concept of VLIW architecture itself, were invented byin his research group at Yale University in the early 1980s. His original ...
Thomas JeffersonIn 1803, Presidentissued the following instructions to Meriwether Lewis: "The object of your ...
John C. Frémont... en and not a separate river as others believed under the Buenaventura myth.'s 1843 Great Basin expedition proved that no river traversed the Great Ba ...
Raymond Pearl... the earliest aging theories was the Rate of Living Hypothesis described byin 1928(based on earlier work by Max Rubner), which states that fast basal ...
Julia Robinson... s) has a solution among the integers. Putnam, working with Martin Davis and, demonstrated that Matiyasevich's theorem was sufficient to prove that no ...
John Dewey... origin of pragmatic ethics in the United States, especially in the work of
Otto Jespersen... anesca, Heinrich Gottfried Ollendorff (1803–1865), Henry Sweet (1845–1912),(1860–1943), and Harold Palmer (1877–1949). They worked on setting languag ...
Wilhelm Weber... created by Baron Schilling in Russia, and in 1833 Carl Friedrich Gauss andinvented their own code to communicate over a distance of 1200 m within Gö ...
Karl Richard Lepsius... o as "Hamito-Semitic", a term introduced in the 1860s by the German scholar. The name was later popularized by Friedrich Müller in his Grundriss der ...
Joseph V. Brady... three-year-old chimpanzee was trained under the direction of neuroscientistat Holloman Air Force Base Aero Medical Field Laboratory to do simple, tim ...
Raoul Bott... , that he began to work hard. Smale finally earned his Ph.D. in 1957, under
John Stuart Mill... s in any particular country's self-interest to open its borders to imports.proved that a country with monopoly pricing power on the international mar ...
David Ricardo... to perfect Classical Economics' theory of value, as originally developed byand others. He aimed to demonstrate flaws in the mainstream neoclassical t ...
Allan McLeod Cormack... mark paper, published in 1961, he described the basic concept later used byto develop the mathematics behind computerized tomography. In October, 196 ...
Margaret Singer... Barker and other scholars have criticized mental health professionals likefor accepting lucrative expert witness jobs in court cases involving NRMs. ...
Leonardo da Vinci... sidered using chemical warfare. One of the earliest such references is from, who proposed a powder of sulfide of arsenic and verdigris in the 15th ce ...
Alexander Bogdanov... Lenin in 1908 when the Bolshevik faction split into Lenin's supporters and's followers. Zinoviev remained Lenin's constant aide-de-camp and represen ...
George Brecht... s Fountain. Fluxus art was often presented in "events", which Fluxus memberdefined as "the smallest unit of a situation". The events consisted of a m ...
David Hilbert... prove that no such general algorithm can exist. It was therefore shown that's famous tenth problem has no solution
William Rowan Hamilton... s the complex numbers. They were first described by Irish mathematician Sirin 1843 and applied to mechanics in three-dimensional space. A feature of ...
Siegfried Czapski... Ernst Abbe's theory of stops and pupils, which was made widely available byin 1893, Dallmeyer knew that his working aperture was not the same as the ...
The Prince of Wales... was made a Knight Bachelor for services to music, as Sir Michael Jagger by. Mick Jagger's knighthood received mixed reactions. Some fans were disapp ...
Imre LakatosPopper's studentattempted to reconcile Kuhn’s work with falsificationism by arguing that s ...
PytheasNotable Greek seafarers include people such asof Marseilles, Scylax of Caryanda who sailed to Iberia and beyond, Nearchu ...
Margaret Thatcher... dy of Superman. Bell also claims to be the first cartoonist to have spotted's mad left eye, as well as the fact that Tony Blair shares this unusual f ...
Karl Pearson... f a histogram); and gramma 'drawing, record, writing'. It is also said that, who introduced the term in 1895, derived the name from "historical diagr ...
Henry Sweet... linguists included Jean Manesca, Heinrich Gottfried Ollendorff (1803–1865),(1845–1912), Otto Jespersen (1860–1943), and Harold Palmer (1877–1949). Th ...
Max Rubner... ving Hypothesis described by Raymond Pearl in 1928(based on earlier work by), which states that fast basal metabolic rate corresponds to short maximu ...
Ian Goldberg... nting patented Chaumian digital cash in an underground library, HINDE, with, named after Hinde ten Berge, a Dutch cypherpunk also present at FC98
Alexander Hamilton... resident of the United States under Thomas Jefferson and James Madison; and, first United States Secretary of the Treasury under President Washington
Isaac Asimovclaims that Gothic cavalry adopted technology reverse-engineered from the ...
Bertrand Russell... porates a now-familiar idea, the notion of a 'convergent infinite series.'"offered a "solution" to the paradoxes based on modern physics, but Brown c ...
Gregor Mendel... tion were poorly understood. In the 1940s, however, biologists incorporated's principles of genetics to explain both, resulting in the modern synthes ...
Hipparchus... , where many aristocratic names incorporated the Greek word for horse, likeand Xanthippe; the character Pheidippides in Aristophanes' Clouds has his ...
Johann Friedrich Blumenbach... formative force, and declared "All believers in epigenesis are Vitalists."established epigenesis as the model of thought in the life sciences in 178 ...
Lenin's... support one another. Althusser elaborates on these concepts by reference toanalysis of the Russian Revolution of 1917
Pierre Magnol... Magnolioideae of the family Magnoliaceae. It is named after French botanist
shannonOften, information entropy is measured ins, whereas the (discrete) storage space of digital devices is measured in ...
Joseph Schumpeter... economics and macroeconomics, was coined by the Austrian-American economistin 1908 as a way of referring to the views of Weber. According to Weber's ...
Arthur C. Clarke... n the past and of those more complex Cosmoses He will create in the future.'s 1953 short story "The Nine Billion Names of God" treats non-scientific ...
François Quesnay... were partially influenced by Chinese agrarianism; leading physiocrats likewere avid Confucianists that advocated China's agrarian policies
Friedrich List... s aspects of Infant Industry protection, promoted by Alexander Hamilton and, and which defined the trade policy of the United States and Britain duri ...
Joan Crawford... the audience; Myrna Loy, Rosalind Russell, Lana Turner, Sylvia Sidney, andwere the other participants. Davis was well received and was invited to to ...
Henry Fonda... en the series and the 1968 theatrical release Yours, Mine and Ours starringand Lucille Ball. The original script for The Brady Bunch predated the scr ...
Goethe... ble review of August Wilhelm Schlegel's Ion was withdrawn at the request of. It was mainly as a schoolmaster in Weimar that he wrote his papers on th ...
Peter Barlow... ter, and said he had experimented successfully with such a system. In 1824,said that such a system only worked to a distance of about , and so was im ...
Michel Foucault... a (with whom he at one time shared an office at the ENS), noted philosopher, and the pre-eminent Lacanian psychoanalyst
Juan Galindo... e first published mention of the site seems to have been a brief mention byin 1833, published by the Royal Geographical Society. Professor Edwin Rock ...
Carl Menger... ing of many of the arguments that had been made against the historicists by, the founder of the Austrian School of economics, in the context of the a ...
James Dickson... tendent of Kew Gardens), Sir Joseph Banks (President of the Royal Society),(a nurseryman), William Forsyth (Superintendent of the gardens of St. Jame ...
Escher von der Linth... e, the massif of the Tödi is mainly composed of gneiss, which, according to, overlies a pioritic granite with large felspar crystals. The summit and ...
Stanley Coren... well as thoroughly cunning, particularly with strangers. They rank 42nd in's
António Egas MonizHalf of the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine of 1949 was awarded tofor the "discovery of the therapeutic value of leucotomy in certain psycho ...
Ernst AbbeAlthough he did not yet have access to's theory of stops and pupils, which was made widely available by Siegfrie ...
Radoslav KatičićA number of Croatian linguists, specifically, Dalibor Brozović, and Tomislav Ladan, consider the appropriate name to b ...
Pierre Magnol... ave the species, known locally as "talauma", the genus name Magnolia, after. The English botanist William Sherard, who studied botany in Paris under ...
Alexander Hamilton... dustrialization combines aspects of Infant Industry protection, promoted byand Friedrich List, and which defined the trade policy of the United State ...
John Stuart Mill... quentialist theories of utilitarian philosophers such as Jeremy Bentham and, and deontological ethics as epitomized by the work of Immanuel Kant. The ...
Val Kilmer... break Hotel" and "All Shook Up", while the same year in True Romance, actorperformed an a cappella version. Nicole Kidman and Hugh Jackman covered th ...
Freeman DysonIn 2001, the space news website Space.com asked, J. Richard Gott and Sid Goldstein for reasons why some humans should liv ...
Beatrix Potter... s. The caves have attracted many famous people, among them Agatha Christie,, King George V and Haile Selassie who was so impressed with his visit tha ...
Aristotle... ecurity of despots rests entirely on the loyalty and power of mercenaries”.wrote how some form of ‘guard’ (viz. a personal army) is needed for absolu ...
David A. Smith... earch on what became the Etoys system. More recently he started, along with, David P. Reed, Andreas Raab, Rick McGeer, Julian Lombardi, and Mark McCa ...
Stefan Kaczmarz... an infinite set of its projections. In 1937, a Polish mathematician, named, developed a method to find an approximate solution to a large system of ...
Wolverine... . In the first storyline to feature the nation, some members of the X-Men (, Rogue, and their ally Madelyne Pryor) were kidnapped by Genoshan Magistr ...
James LovelockIn 1984,and Michael Allaby published The Greening of Mars. Lovelock's book was one ...
Thomas Jefferson... e its rightful owners. His labor theory of value influenced the thinking of, who in turn shaped the way many nineteenth-century American homesteaders ...
Alfred Maudslay... of Guatemala visited in 1881 and published another short account. Explorersand Désiré Charnay arrived here within days of each other in 1882, and the ...
William Losh... eir infancy, with cast iron exhibiting excessive brittleness. Together with, Stephenson improved the design of cast iron rails to reduce breakage; th ...
Jean Bodin... o the church, centering on the pope. The immediate author of the theory was, who based it on the interpretation of Roman law. With the rise of nation ...
Dalibor BrozovićA number of Croatian linguists, specifically Radoslav Katičić,, and Tomislav Ladan, consider the appropriate name to be "Bosniak" rather ...
Charles Newton... f the Mausoleum have been recovered sufficiently by the 1857 excavations ofto enable a fairly complete restoration of its design to be made. The buil ...
Marcello Malpighi... was Francis Glisson (1597–1677) an English anatomist and an Italian doctor(1628–1694)
Eileen BarkerSociologists includinghave criticized theories of conversion precisely because they function to ...
Caspar Friedrich Wolff... ) an English anatomist and an Italian doctor Marcello Malpighi (1628–1694).(1733–1794) is considered to be the father of epigenetic descriptive embry ...
Joseph Greenberg... y Maurice Delafosse (1914). However, it did not come into general use until(1963) formally proposed its adoption. In doing so, Greenberg sought to em ...
Foucault... ay be compared with Bourdieu's concept of habitus. ISAs may also anticipate's disciplinary institutions, which provide a critical rethinking of Althu ...
Thomas Sydenham... is disputed and the origination of the fifth sign has also been ascribed toand Virchow
Aristotle... Bacon had received showed him the rare defects in existing academic debate.was known only through translations, as none of the professors would learn ...
Robert Cialdini... hinking. Meanwhile, in Influence, Science and Practice, social psychologistargues that mind control is possible through the covert exploitation of th ...
Désiré Charnay... in 1881 and published another short account. Explorers Alfred Maudslay andarrived here within days of each other in 1882, and they published more de ...
Vyacheslav Vsevolodovich Ivanov... hey are most likely to have had to have developed through language contact.and Vladimir Toporov believed in the unity of Balto-Slavic, but not in the ...
Dennis Ritchie... e atomic layer at a time. In 1969, the UNIX operating system was created byand Ken Thompson. From 1969 to 1971, Aaron Marcus, the first graphic desig ...
Joseph Greenberg... ded Hausa (a Chadic language) in his comparative Hamito-Semitic vocabulary.(1950) strongly confirmed Cohen's rejection of "Hamitic", added (and sub-c ...
Gopal Krishna GokhaleTilak opposed the moderate views of, and was supported by fellow Indian nationalists Bipin Chandra Pal in Ben ...
Alfred Marshall... turns to scale and perfect competition, underlining some doubtful points of's theory of the firm. This was amended for British readers and published ...
Hugh Jackman... omance, actor Val Kilmer performed an a cappella version. Nicole Kidman andcovered the song in a medley with Prince's "Kiss", for the 2006 Warner Bro ...
Gerd B. Müller... plasticity of developmental mechanisms. The biologists Stuart A. Newman andhave suggested that organisms early in the history of multicellular life w ...
Robert Haynes... Cs) are added to the atmosphere. Motivated by Lovelock's book, biophysicistworked behind the scenes to promote terraforming, and contributed the word ...
William Pengelly... coexistence theory. The cave was extensively explored from 1865 to 1880 by, who found evidence to support McEnery's hypothesis. The caves have attra ...
Charles PlumierIn 1703(1646–1704) described a flowering tree from the island of Martinique in hi ...
Erasmus Darwin... e seriously ill and returned to his home at Turnhurst, Staffordshire, whereattended him and discovered that he was suffering from diabetes
Michel-Rolph TrouillotHe enforced a harsh regimen of plantation labor, described by the historianas caporalisme agraire (agrarian militarism). As had Toussaint L'Ouverture ...
Friedrich Engels... description of housing of the mill workers in England in 1844 was given by, a co-founder of Marxism. In the introduction of the 1892 edition of Enge ...
Teoberto Maler... Maudslay's report was published by the Royal Geographical Society in 1883.visited the site repeatedly from 1897 to 1900, his detailed two volume des ...
Paul DaviesThe physicistalso supports the view that if a planetary catastrophe threatens the survi ...
Godfrey Hounsfield... d "Algebraic Reconstruction Technique (ART)" which was later adapted by Siras the image reconstruction mechanism in his famous invention, the first c ...
Thomas Kuhn... preferred over the much more specific “the solar system has seven planets”.’s influential book The Structure of Scientific Revolutions argued that sc ...
Vladimir ToporovVyacheslav Vsevolodovich Ivanov andbelieved in the unity of Balto-Slavic, but not in the unity of Baltic. In ...
Isaac Asimov... which isolates them from local space-time at the instant of the collision.'s short story, "The Last Question" was published in 1956. The story is br ...
Plato... ns of people his starting-point. Aspects of Socrates were first united from, who also combined with them many of the principles established by earlie ...
Martyn J. FoggBeginning in 1985,began publishing several articles on terraforming. He also served as edito ...
Stuart A. Newman... due to the inherent plasticity of developmental mechanisms. The biologistsand Gerd B. Müller have suggested that organisms early in the history of m ...
Abu Rayhan Biruni... ophical views were later criticized by Persian Islamic philosophers such asand Avicenna in the early 11th century. Biruni in particular wrote a short ...
John Maynard Keynes... ns and paper, with which Gramsci would write his Prison Notebooks), broughtto prudently invite Sraffa to the University of Cambridge, where he was in ...
Henry Cavendish... reference to its chemical inactivity) was suspected to be present in air byin 1785 but was not isolated until 1894 by Lord Rayleigh and Sir William R ...
Barry Cunliffe... became Professor of Archaeology at the University of Southampton succeeding. During his time at Southampton he directed excavations at Quanterness in ...
Erwin Chargaff... equal to cytosine and the amount of adenine is equal to thymine. A visit byto England in 1952 reinforced the salience of this important fact for Wats ...
Gerard Béhaguemodels or, for that matter, passive consumption by national audiences." –, Selected Reports in Ethnomusicology. Pg. 8
Ronald N. Bracewell... echanism in his famous invention, the first commercial CT scanner. In 1956,used a method similar to Radon Transform to reconstruct a map of solar rad ...
Ehrenfried Walther von Tschirnhaus... state of Saxony, the search concluded with an eventual discovery in 1708 bythat produced a hard, white, translucent type of porcelain specimen with a ...
Marcel Cohen... c, thus foreshadowing Greenberg, but his suggestion found little resonance.(1924) rejected the idea of a distinct Hamitic subgroup and included Hausa ...
Robert BoyleIn 2004 TheScience Room was opened nearby in the dedicated to his life and works wher ...
Avicenna... er criticized by Persian Islamic philosophers such as Abu Rayhan Biruni andin the early 11th century. Biruni in particular wrote a short Risala treat ...
Aristotle... eloped the whole of this material into the unity of a comprehensive system.of Stagira, the most important disciple of Plato, shared with his teacher ...
William Ramsay... Cavendish in 1785 but was not isolated until 1894 by Lord Rayleigh and Sirin Scotland in an experiment in which they removed all of the oxygen, carb ...
Moritz Schlick... sell and members of the Vienna Circle like Rudolf Carnap, Otto Neurath, and. Morris was greatly impressed with the logical positivist (logical empiri ...
Steven Hassan... r in the West and was largely superseded by exit counseling. Exit counselorpromotes what he calls the "BITE" model in his book (2000). The BITE model ...
Louis Pasteur... s of the time continued to investigate the possibility of vital properties., shortly after his famous rebuttal of spontaneous generation, performed s ...
Sylvanus MorleyIn 1931led a Carnegie Institution expedition to Yaxchilan, mapped the site and di ...
Friedrich Wöhler... esized from inorganic components. However, as chemical techniques advanced,synthesised from inorganic components in 1828
George Martin Lees... n 1926 under the direction of a geologist of the Anglo-Persian Oil Company,, but no oil was found. The oil issue raised its head again in 1933 after ...
Thomas Jefferson... ques Rousseau in 18th century France, among others. His writings influenced, who then incorporated Rousseau's reference to "inalienable rights" into ...
Andreas Vesalius... ica, the first book on human anatomy, was published and printed in Basel by(1514–1564)
Tatiana ProskouriakoffMayanistdid some pioneering work on deciphering Maya writing using the inscription ...
Wardell Pomeroy... rst published in Sexual Behavior in the Human Male (1948) by Alfred Kinsey,and others, and was also prominent in the complementary work Sexual Behavi ...
Paul BahnAlong with fellow Archaeologist, Renfrew has come up with the 'Renfrew and Bahns indicator of Religion an ...
Milton Friedman... sm articulated by economists working in the Neoclassical tradition, such as. Neoliberalism emphasizes the Ricardian concept of comparative advantage ...
Ginger Rogers... burn in Alice Adams in 1935. He went on in the late 1930s to direct severaland Fred Astaire movies, not only with the two actors together, but on the ...
Margaret ThatcherFinchley was from 1959 to 1992 the Parliamentary constituency of, British Prime Minister from 1979 to 1990. Finchley is now covered by the ...
Thales... ought against Cyaxares, king of Media, a solar eclipse took place (see also); hostilities were suspended, peace concluded, and the Halys fixed as the ...
Christopher Ehret... oasiatic: Semitic, Egyptian, Berber, Chadic, Cushitic, and Omotic. However,(1979), Harold Fleming (1981), and Joseph Greenberg (1981) all agree that ...
Ian GrahamFrom 1970 onwards,made numerous visits to Yaxchilan and recorded the inscriptions there. The ...
Alfred Kinsey... sire. It was first published in Sexual Behavior in the Human Male (1948) by, Wardell Pomeroy and others, and was also prominent in the complementary ...
Alexander ChayanovEastern European theorists include Pyotr Stolypin (1862–1911) and(1888–1939) in Russia; Adolf Wagner (1835–1917), and Karl Oldenberg in Ger ...
Arjan Erkel... de Craig Bellamy, Gerard Cox, Wouter Bos, Jan Marijnissen, Robert Eenhoorn,, Dennis van der Geest, DJ Paul Elstak, , Vincent Le Blanc, and Renate Ver ...
Ralph Bunche... t way," adding that "We hope this ceremony will help in healing the wound.", Bernadotte's American deputy, succeeded him as U.N. mediator. Bunche was ...
Kenneth McIntyre... that the islands were charted by Portuguese navigators in the 16th century., for example, claimed that Houtman was in possession of Portuguese maps o ...
Peter Medawar... tually influential friendships with art historian Ernst Gombrich, biologist, and neuro-scientist John Carew Eccles
Michelson's... rtz experimented with radio waves in his laboratory. These actions followed1881 experiment (precursor to the 1887 Michelson–Morley experiment), which ...
Paul Dirac... charge, opposite to the +1 electric charge of the proton, was predicted byin his 1933 Nobel Prize lecture. Dirac received the Nobel Prize for his pr ...
Hesychius... s used as a symbol in textual criticism for the Alexandrian text-type (from, its once-supposed editor)
Wesley Dodds... ell as appearing in the dreams (and at least once on the staircase wall) of
J. R. R. TolkienIn the fictional world of's Middle-earth, Dorthonion ("Land of Pines"), later Taur-nu-Fuin, was a h ...
Robert Duvall... ga.k.a. False Witness with George Kennedy (1970) and The Outfit (1974) with. She resumed making live and studio albums under the new management of Al ...
Aristotle... posed, among the earliest recorded being those of Aristotle and Archimedes.(384 BC−322 BC) remarked that as the distance decreases, the time needed t ...
E.A. Wallis Budge... as a result of the work of the Egypt Exploration Fund under the efforts of. The collection stood at 57,000 objects by 1924. Active support by the Mu ...
David Hume... pted to reduce the number of distinct ontological categories. For instance,famously regarded Space and Time as nothing more than psychological facts ...
Robert HetzronSeveral scholars, including Harold Fleming and, have since questioned the traditional inclusion of Beja in Cushitic
Bertrand Russell... time, homosexual relations among the members were for a time common", wrote. One of Keynes's greatest loves was the artist Duncan Grant, whom he met ...
Milton Berle... ayne, Cary Grant, Jimmy Stewart, or the Beatles. In 1961, Frank Sinatra andentertained a crowd in Washington by singing, to the tune of "Love and Mar ...
Thomas Plante... ggested that people could be cured of such behavior through counseling. Dr.of Stanford University and Santa Clara University wrote on that issue: "Al ...
Homer Smith... e kidney, but it fell into total disrepute after the elegant experiments ofin the 1930s demonstrated clearly the filtration and secretory mechanisms ...
Doctor Light... dy Quark was introduced as a survivor of one of the destroyed worlds. A new, this time heroic and female, was introduced. The former Charlton Comics ...
Nell Newman... hters: Elinor Teresa (1959), known on screen as Nell Potts and generally as, Melissa "Lissy" Stewart (1961), and Claire "Clea" Olivia Newman (1965). ...
Kathleen Taylor... ing the subject from the perspective of neuroscience and social psychology,suggests that manipulation of the prefrontal cortex activates "brainwashin ...
Aristotle... been a disciple of Grosseteste. He became a master at Oxford, lecturing on. There is no evidence he was ever awarded a doctorate — the title Doctor ...
Josef Pieprzyk... ical attack, termed the "XSL attack", was announced by Nicolas Courtois and, purporting to show a weakness in the AES algorithm due to its simple des ...
Peter TaitAfter Hamilton's death, his studentcontinued promoting quaternions. At this time, quaternions were a mandator ...
Mary Jane West-Eberhard... logical and other phenotypic novelties. The case for this was argued for byin her 2003 book Developmental plasticity and evolution
Adi Shamir... k, by Alex Biryukov, Orr Dunkelman, Nathan Keller, Dmitry Khovratovich, and, is against AES-256 that uses only two related keys and 2 39 time to reco ...
George Bernard ShawMany people have criticized the golden rule;once said that "the golden rule is that there are no golden rules". Shaw ...
Margaret Singer... context thought reform was possible without violence or physical coercion., who also spent time studying the political brainwashing of Korean prison ...
Mario Draghi... is headquartered in Frankfurt, Germany. The current President of the ECB is, former governor of the Bank of Italy
William Wilberforce... lical Anglican) social reformers who lived around the Common. They included, Henry Thornton and Zachary Macaulay, father of the historian Thomas Maca ...
Robert Boyle... , tapestry hangings, embroidered silks and velvet. It was here in 1627 thatThe Father of Modern Chemistry, the fourteenth of the Earl's fifteen child ...
Charles Thomas Bolton... trong candidate for a black hole, Cygnus X-1, was discovered in this way by, Louise Webster and Paul Murdin in 1972. Some doubt, however, remained du ...
Robert W. Taylor... ACM. In 2004, he won the Charles Stark Draper Prize along with Alan C. Kay,, and Charles P. Thacker for their work on Alto. In 2006 he was inducted a ...
Stephen Leacock... London School of Economics. His tutors at the LSE included Hugh Dalton and. Horne was dissatisfied there, and through the generosity of an uncle, Au ...
George Lakoff... lated by a single conceptual metaphor was called an ontological metaphor byand Mark Johnson, who claimed that such metaphors arising from experience ...
Nick Cave... music of successful contemporary bands The Waifs and The John Butler Trio.has been heavily influenced by the country artist Johnny Cash. In 2000, Ca ...
Carl Reichenbach... regulative force must exist within living matter to maintain its functions.later developed the theory of Odic force, a form of life-energy that perme ...
Alex Biryukov... elated-key attack on the 192-bit and 256-bit versions of AES, discovered byand Dmitry Khovratovich
Filippo Turati... due to their shared ideological views. He also was already in contact with, perhaps the most important leader of Italian Socialist Party, whom he al ...
Owen Chamberlain... d in 1955 by University of California, Berkeley physicists Emilio Segrè and, for which they were awarded the 1959 Nobel Prize in Physics. An antiprot ...
Jean Baudrillard... inguistic realm that "There is nothing outside the text"; at the same time,theorised that signs and symbols or simulacra mask reality (and eventually ...
Johann Radon... to 1917 where the invention of Radon Transform by an Austrian mathematician. He showed mathematically that a function could be reconstructed from an ...
Jacob Bronowski... ulian Barratt, Stanley Baxter, Andy Bell, Arthur Boyd, Sarah Blackwood, Sir, Craig Charles, Sir Clifford Curzon, Ray Davies, Noel Fielding, Roger Fry ...
Chaumian... lists such as "cypherpunks" and "dbs", and eventually implementing patenteddigital cash in an underground library, HINDE, with Ian Goldberg, named af ...
Marija Gimbutas... and Northern Europe. This hypothesis contradicted the work of archaeologistwho, as early as 1958 in an article entitled "Culture Change in Europe at ...
Russell W. PorterIn the United States in the early 1920s articles in Popular Astronomy byand in Scientific American by Albert G. Ingalls featuring Porter and the S ...
Karl Popper... o you. Their tastes may not be the same" (Maxims for Revolutionists; 1903).wrote: "The golden rule is a good standard which is further improved by do ...
Tim Berners-LeeIn 1980, physicist, who was a contractor at CERN, proposed and prototyped ENQUIRE, a system ...
Willard Boyle... Picturephone (TM). The Charge-coupled device (CCD) was invented in 1969 byand George E. Smith, for which they were awarded the . In the 1960s, the N ...
René Descartes... nds occupy a different category of beings from physical objects. Some, like, have thought that this is so (this view is known as dualism, and functio ...
Kenneth G. Wilson... fined states of a gauge theory. It was introduced by the Nobel prize winnerand is treated in a separate article
ArchimedesBefore 212 BC,had developed a method to derive a finite answer for the sum of infinitely ...
Wolfgang Butzkamm... erance that they are unable to produce in the target language (as, e.g., in's concept of enlightened monolingualism), then it has the advantages that ...
Ivan Sutherland... eering, earning a Master's degree and a Ph.D. degree. There, he worked with, who had done pioneering graphics programs including Sketchpad. This grea ...
Carl Sagan, an astronomer, proposed the planetary engineering of Venus in an article ...
Nicholas Mercator... e same value of 53 equal temperament discovered by the German mathematician[1620–1687], i.e. 3 53 /2 84 )
Jean-Pierre Changeux... s) depended on specific genetic mutations. In 1961, however, Jacques Monod,and François Jacob discovered within the bacterium Escherichia coli a gene ...
Clyde CoombsThe Coombs' method (or the Coombs rule) is a voting system created byused for single-winner elections in which each voter rank the candidates i ...
Philip Zimbardo... emble the original political brainwashing theories with some minor changes.discusses mind control as "the process by which individual or collective f ...
Paul GebhardIn response,, Kinsey's successor as director of the Kinsey Institute for Sex Research, ...
Sergey Korolyov... Leading Russian rocket-engine designer Valentin Glushko and rocket designerstudied Tsiolkovsky's works as youths, and both sought to turn Tsiolkovsky ...
Jernej Kopitar... he became influenced by the works of the Slovenian philologist and linguist. He abandoned law, devoting most of his later life to the study of Slavic ...
Adi ShamirIn October 2005, Dag Arne Osvik,and Eran Tromer presented a paper demonstrating several cache-timing attac ...
Luigi Einaudi... on inflation in Italy during and after World War I. Notably, his tutor was, one of the most important Italian economists and later a president of th ...
William Losh... s and were much less liable to crack under the weight of heavy locomotives.of Walker Ironworks had thought that he had an agreement with Stephenson t ...
Ken Thompson... e UNIX operating system (also developed at Bell Laboratories by Ritchie and). Additionally, the AWK programming language was designed and implemented ...
John Wesley Powell... tales strengthened their credibility. In 1869, one-armed Civil War veteranled an expedition from Green River Station in Wyoming, aiming to run the t ...
Tim Bray... lized Markup Language). The co-editors of the specification were originallyand Michael Sperberg-McQueen. Halfway through the project Bray accepted a ...
Erasistratus... ather he believed there was a vital force that powered the human body. Likehe believed a vital force was absorbed through the lungs from the air
David Wheeler... his Turing Award Lecture in 1993, Lampson himself attributes this saying to
James Callaghan... governments of Harold Wilson, Edward Heath, Harold Wilson's second term and. The project was finally revealed by Margaret Thatcher's then defence min ...
Dimitri Nanopoulos... anolis Andronikos, Michael Dertouzos, John Argyris, Panagiotis Kondylis and
Marlon Brando... lm for which he will always be remembered—an adaptation of Dracula starringas Dracula and Martin Sheen as Jonathan Harker. (Yes, it is Apocalypse Now ...
William JamesUnder the influence of C.S. Peirce and, Putnam also became convinced that there is no fact–value dichotomy; that ...
Imre Lakatos... od at the London School of Economics and there lectured and influenced bothand Paul Feyerabend, two of the foremost philosophers of science in the ne ...
Plato... uspicious day Ficino had chosen to publish his translations of the works offrom Greek into Latin under Lorenzo’s enthusiastic patronage. Giovanni app ...
Benjamin Franklin... ritish colonies in North America in 1765, where it was first grown for hay.wrote a letter in 1770 mentioning sending soybeans home from England. Soyb ...
Valentin Glushko... by von Braun's comments and notes." Leading Russian rocket-engine designerand rocket designer Sergey Korolyov studied Tsiolkovsky's works as youths, ...
Roland Barthes... ists such as Louis Althusser and Michel Foucault and structuralists such aschallenged the possibilities of individual agency and the coherence of the ...
Alexander Hamilton... the nominal command of William S. Hamilton, a militia colonel and a son of. Hamilton would prove to be an unfortunate choice to lead the force; hist ...
Matteo Ricci... ubts have been cast on Polo’s claims). The famous Roman Catholic missionarytravelled from Nanjing to Beijing on the canal at the end of 16th century
Brian Kernighan... language was designed and implemented by Alfred Aho, Peter Weinberger, andof Bell Laboratories
Jacques Monod... ies of organisms) depended on specific genetic mutations. In 1961, however,, Jean-Pierre Changeux and François Jacob discovered within the bacterium ...
Plato... rojan War, the central character and the greatest warrior of Homer's Iliad.named Achilles the most handsome of the heroes assembled against Troy
Thomas Carlyle... ida Dutton Scudder compared the poem with socialist ideas from the works of, John Ruskin, and the Fabians
Michael Sperberg-McQueen... ng Group. A record of design decisions and their rationales was compiled byon December 4, 1997. James Clark served as Technical Lead of the Working G ...
Bertrand Russell... given time, just because it is not in motion in any instant of that time."offered what is known as the "at-at theory of motion". It agrees that ther ...
Noam Chomsky... list theories of language acquisition dovetail with linguistic work done byand others. These have led to a wider variety of teaching methods ranging ...
Magneto's... period of general turmoil and a number of attacks by superhumans, includingAcolytes who were unwilling to forgive the former Genoshan government for ...
Michel FoucaultAntihumanists such as Louis Althusser andand structuralists such as Roland Barthes challenged the possibilities of ...
Georgius AgricolaBy's time, the term had become a generic term for all of the sulfide mineral ...
George Herbert Mead... ago where he became a doctoral student in philosophy under the direction of. Morris completed his dissertation on a symbolic theory of mind and recei ...
AristotleCategory came into use with's essay Categories, in which he discussed univocal and equivocal terms, p ...
Jean Piaget... of Lisp optimized for educational use. This led him to learn of the work of, Jerome Bruner, Lev Vygotsky, and of Constructionist learning. These furt ...
John WilkinsIn 1648cites Busbecq, the Austrian ambassador to Constantinople 1554-1562, as rec ...
Ptolemy... the sense of "ascendant" and "observation of the ascendant" is in use since(Tetrabiblos 33, 75)
Pierre Schaeffer... e Groupe de Recherches Musicales (GRM) in 1969, then under the direction of("father" of musique concrète), proved hugely influential. Jarre was intro ...
Joseph Bell... in, and his anonymous narrator, and basing his character Sherlock Holmes on, who in his use of "" prefigured Poirot's reliance on his "little grey ce ...
Wouter BosNotable supporters of Feyenoord include Craig Bellamy, Gerard Cox,, Jan Marijnissen, Robert Eenhoorn, Arjan Erkel, Dennis van der Geest, DJ ...
Alfred Tarski... ave learnt more from you than from any other living thinker, except perhaps." Popper dedicated his Conjectures and Refutations to Hayek. For his part ...
MaxwellThe most dramatic prediction of's theory of electromagnetism, published in 1865, was the existence of ele ...
George E. Smith... . The Charge-coupled device (CCD) was invented in 1969 by Willard Boyle and, for which they were awarded the . In the 1960s, the New York City site w ...
Hilbert... century, known as Smale's problems. This list was compiled in the spirit of's famous list of problems produced in 1900. In fact, Smale's list contain ...
MagnetoThe United Nations ceded the island nation to the powerful mutant, after he demanded an entire mutants-only nation. Magneto and his Acolyte ...
Michael Sperberg-McQueen... Language). The co-editors of the specification were originally Tim Bray and. Halfway through the project Bray accepted a consulting engagement with N ...
Thomas Jefferson... his trip he also met Comte de Volney. He also met presidents John Adams and. He and Jefferson discussed the need to introduce American agriculture to ...
B. V. Derjaguin... ed to be zero. Similar to this theory, however using different assumptions,, V. M. Muller and Y. P. Toporov published another theory in 1975, which c ...
Eva Hesse... Darby Bannard, Lynda Benglis, Dan Christensen, Larry Zox, Ronnie Landfield,, Keith Sonnier, Richard Serra, Sam Gilliam, Mario Merz, Peter Reginato we ...
Margaret Thatcher... lson's second term and James Callaghan. The project was finally revealed by's then defence minister Francis Pym. The reasons for revelation were both ...
Franz Bopp... ary of Vienna, where he remained to 1862. In 1844, he published a review of's book Comparative Grammar, which attracted attention from the Viennese a ...
François Jacob... enetic mutations. In 1961, however, Jacques Monod, Jean-Pierre Changeux anddiscovered within the bacterium Escherichia coli a gene that functioned on ...
Dennis Ritchie... the Bell Laboratories as part of the personal computing revolution. In 1970developed the compiled C programming language as a replacement for the int ...
John Dewey... with the pragmatists, Charles Sanders Peirce, William James, and especially, pragmatic ethics holds that moral correctness evolves similarly to scien ...
Seymour PapertIn 1968, he metand learned of the Logo programming language, a dialect of Lisp optimized ...
Dorothy TennovLimerence is a term coined c. 1977 by the psychologistto describe an involuntary state of mind which seems to result from a roma ...
Henry Fonda... l like to refilm a scene from The Letter to which Davis nodded. Jane Fonda,, Natalie Wood and Olivia de Havilland were among the actors who paid trib ...
Friedrich Hayek... f influence, Popper had a long-standing and close friendship with economist, who was also brought to the London School of Economics from Vienna. Each ...
Marc H. BornsteinAccording to, and William E. Paden, the Golden Rule is arguably the most essential bas ...
William JamesAssociated with the pragmatists, Charles Sanders Peirce,, and especially John Dewey, pragmatic ethics holds that moral correctness ...
Dennis Gabor... thought, starting with Haar's work in the early 20th century. Later work byyielded Gabor atoms (1946), which are constructed similarly to wavelets, a ...
Henry Fairfield OsbornAlbertosaurus was named byin a one-page note at the end of his 1905 description of Tyrannosaurus rex ...
Adam SmithIn 1776,published the paper An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of ...
Michael Dertouzos... ap test), Nicholas Negroponte, Constantin Carathéodory, Manolis Andronikos,, John Argyris, Panagiotis Kondylis and Dimitri Nanopoulos
Che Guevara... . Hans Werner Henze's Das Floß der Medusa, written in 1968 as a requiem for, is properly speaking an oratorio; Henze's Requiem is instrumental but re ...
Vladimir Nabokov... "cyberspace", from Neuromancer by William Gibson; "nymphet" from Lolita by
Indiana Jones... e Township High). Actor Harrison Ford known as playing the lead role in themovies, went to Maine East, and has been credited as being the radio stati ...
Apion... eeks. Some anti-Judean allegations ascribed by Josephus to the Greek writer, and myths accredited to Manetho are also addressed
Henry Moseley... implies that it must be placed before the reactive alkali metal potassium.later solved this problem by showing that the periodic table is actually a ...
Charles Sanders Peirce, who had read Kant closely and who also had some knowledge of Aristotle, ...
Leonard Bloomfield... . Examples of researchers on the empiricist side are Jesperson, Palmer, and, who promote mimicry and memorization with pattern drills. These methods ...
Rolf Nevanlinna... tional Mathematical Union IMU and named to honour the Finnish mathematicianwho had died a year earlier. The award consists of a gold medal and cash p ...
PlatoThese four studies compose the secondary part of the curriculum outlined byin The Republic, and are described in the seventh book of that work
Charles FellowsIn 1840 the Museum became involved in its first overseas excavations,'s expedition to Xanthos, in Asia Minor, whence came remains of the tombs ...
David Hume... erning Human Understanding is a book by the Scottish empiricist philosopher, published in 1748. It was a revision of an earlier effort, Hume's A Trea ...
John Scott Haldane... ilar ideas, as well as the physicists Walter M. Elsasser and Eugene Wigner.adopted an anti-mechanist approach to biology and an idealist philosophy e ...
Maurice Wilkins... of King's College London, given to them by Gosling and Franklin's colleague), Watson and Crick together developed a model for a helical structure of ...
Adam SmithIn the 18th century,declared that China had been one of the most prosperous nations in the wor ...
Agner Krarup Erlang, a Danish engineer who worked for the Copenhagen Telephone Exchange, publ ...
Giovanni Villani... uch as the poet Fazio degli Uberti (circa 1309–1367), the famous chronicler(c. 1275–1348), and Giovanni Boccaccio (1313–1375), who wrote that the Bre ...
Leonardo da VinciIn the 16th century, scientist and artistcompared metabolism to a burning candle. In 1747, Dr. James Lind, a physic ...
Bill OddieGarden, along with Tim Brooke-Taylor and, became a co-writer and performer in the comedy series The Goodies (1970– ...
Manuel GamioThe Mexican archeologist and anthropologistreported in 1930 that the term "chicamo" (with an "m") was used as a derog ...
Leonard Kleinrock... sed in modern packet switching networks was performed in the early 1960s by
Vere Gordon Childe... thic Revolution, a term coined in the 1920s by the Australian archaeologist
Boethius... iis of Martianus Capella, although the term "quadrivium" was not used untilearly in the sixth century. As Proclus wrote
William Bartram... he intersection of three important Cherokee trails. Explorer and naturalistcame through the Dividings in May, 1775 while exploring what would later b ...
Joseph LiouvilleA classical theorem ofcalled Liouville's theorem shows the higher-dimensions have less varied co ...
Carsten Niebuhr... known as someone knowledgeable on Islamic coins. He was later approached byto identify the coins which he brought with him from his travels. But Reis ...
René LemarchandFor a concise general description of the FAZ in the 1990s, see, The dynamics of violence in Central Africa, University of Pennsylvania P ...
Adam Smith... survive outside of the system containing all of the specialized components.described economic specialization in his classic work, The Wealth of Natio ...
Hocquenghem... hat are constructed using finite fields. BCH codes were invented in 1959 by, and independently in 1960 by Bose and Ray-Chaudhuri. The abbreviation BC ...
PlatoThe Greek philosopher,(429–347 BC), identified her with the Libyan deity Neith, the war goddess ...
Proclus... erm "quadrivium" was not used until Boethius early in the sixth century. Aswrote
J.H. van't Hoff... re of benzene by August Kekulé, the theory of the asymmetric carbon atom by, and the reform of chemical nomenclature by Adolf von Baeyer, resulted in ...
David Hume... Locke , Spinoza , Giambattista Vico (1984 xli), and Rousseau (1997 part 1).made what he considered to be the first proper attempt at trying to apply ...
Alcuin... astica gentis Anglorum; the Historia Brittonum, a Welsh source; the Life of; and the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. It is also clear from the text that Asser ...
Averroes... text of Judeo-Islamic political philosophy as in the works of Alfarabi and; this did not happen in the Christian world, where Aristotle's Politics w ...
Stephen Oppenheimer... nd the conclusion has been questioned even by the authors themselves and by, who pointed out that much earlier migrations, 5000 to 10,000 years ago f ...
Daniel Bernoulli... university, the University of Basel, dating from 1460. Erasmus, Paracelsus,, Leonhard Euler, Jacob Burckhardt, and Friedrich Nietzsche worked here. M ...
Milton Friedman... along with other three left-wing intellectuals, in with the known economist, who was in Iceland to give a lecture on the "tyranny of the status quo" ...
AnaxagorasAround 475 BC,stated that food is absorbed by the human body and therefore contained "ho ...
Edward Teller... s now called the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory by a team headed byand Harold Brown. The Navy accepted delivery of the first 16 warheads in J ...
Stephen Harper... stered with Elections Canada, and on March 20, 2004, former Alliance leaderwas elected as leader of the party. The new party was dubbed "the Alliance ...
John Scott HaldaneBy the 1930s vitalism had fallen out of favour by most biologists. In 1931stated
Leonhard Euler... iversity of Basel, dating from 1460. Erasmus, Paracelsus, Daniel Bernoulli,, Jacob Burckhardt, and Friedrich Nietzsche worked here. More recently, it ...
Nicholas Negroponte... nclude Dimitrios Galanos, Georgios Papanikolaou (inventor of the Pap test),, Constantin Carathéodory, Manolis Andronikos, Michael Dertouzos, John Arg ...
Corrado Gini... tatistical dispersion developed by the Italian statistician and sociologistand published in his 1912 paper "Variability and Mutability"
Constantin Carathéodory... nos, Georgios Papanikolaou (inventor of the Pap test), Nicholas Negroponte,, Manolis Andronikos, Michael Dertouzos, John Argyris, Panagiotis Kondylis ...
Raymond Gosling... y of Cambridge, England. Using "Photo 51" (the X-ray diffraction results ofand Rosalind Franklin of King's College London, given to them by Gosling a ...
Albert Einstein... the individual's capacity to judge his or her fatherland's foreign policy.stated that "Nationalism is an infantile disease... It is the measles of m ...
Nouriel Roubini... ons of pessimism may be used to silence legitimate criticism. The economistwas largely dismissed as a pessimist, for his dire but accurate prediction ...
Théophile de Donder... l name for this quantity, the "affinity", symbolized by A, as introduced byin 1923. The minus sign comes from the fact the affinity was defined to re ...
Descartes... n, as we are in thought by the laws of logic." This position is advanced by. It has the theological advantage of making God prior to the laws of logi ...
Antoine LavoisierAround 1770,, the "Father of Nutrition and Chemistry" discovered the details of metabo ...
Carol Channing... rmed both at his own decision and as an assignment in games. These included, Elvis Presley, John Wayne, Jimmy Stewart, Steve Irwin and Christopher Ll ...
Jerome Bruner... ized for educational use. This led him to learn of the work of Jean Piaget,, Lev Vygotsky, and of Constructionist learning. These further influenced ...
Morris Kline... ber in space, music number in time, and astronomy number in space and time.classifies the four elements of the quadrivium as pure (arithmetic), stati ...
John George KemenyIn 1970, longtime professor of mathematics and computer sciencebecame president of Dartmouth. Kemeny oversaw several major changes at the ...
Jan Smuts... interpretation alone. Another scientist who held a similar view to this waswho took a holistic approach to science and offered a compromise between m ...
Lev Vygotsky... ional use. This led him to learn of the work of Jean Piaget, Jerome Bruner,, and of Constructionist learning. These further influenced his views
Hans Bethe... le. The CNO-I process was independently proposed by Carl von Weizsäcker andin 1938 and 1939, respectively
Bill Oddie... d performer in the comedy series Broaden Your Mind with Tim Brooke-Taylor (joined the series for the second season)
Brainiac... he Flash (Barry Allen), Earth-2 Superman, the Anti-Monitor, Lex Luthor, and. The third and final wave included action figure representations of Earth ...
Rosalind Franklin... and. Using "Photo 51" (the X-ray diffraction results of Raymond Gosling andof King's College London, given to them by Gosling and Franklin's colleagu ...
Ferdinand Hurter... Hurter and Driffield (H&D), originally described in 1890, by the Swiss-born(1844–1898) and British Vero Charles Driffield (1848–1915)
Auguste Comte's... ction of the ethical doctrine of altruism—which she defined in the sense ofaltruism (he coined the term), as a moral obligation to live for the sake ...
Rob Pike... stems by Peter Fraser. A University of Toronto team consisting of Tom Duff,, Hugh Redelmeier, and David Tilbrook implemented a version of QED that ru ...
Stevin, Simon... reform in Belgium - State University of Leuven - Stekene - Stella Artois -- Stouthuysen, Bob - Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europ
Lyon Playfair... there in 1843. A new opportunity arose in 1845, when he became assistant toat the new Museum of Economic Geology in London, where he became a close f ...
Sir John Sinclair... nd as early as 1669 and was described in France in 1700. It was asserted byin his Husbandry of Scotland to have been introduced to Scotland around 17 ...
Edward H. Chamberlin... on of Economic Activity (1948). Other important early publications include:'s (1950) The Theory of Monopolistic Competition ; François Perroux's (195 ...
Ptolemy... works of cosmology from Constantinople, including Aristotle's De caelo and's Almagest were translated into Arabic in the House of Wisdom in Baghdad
Manolis Andronikos... u (inventor of the Pap test), Nicholas Negroponte, Constantin Carathéodory,, Michael Dertouzos, John Argyris, Panagiotis Kondylis and Dimitri Nanopou ...
Sir Arthur Evans... ndon and the Society of Antiquaries in memory of Augustus Wollaston Franks.doubled the amount of money that went with the studentship, paying out of ...
Pythagoras... oclea – Delphic priestess of the 6th century BC, said to have been tutor toGeneral:*Greek art*List of traditional Greek place name
Mundale... entation in the neurosciences would be impossible. According to Bechtel and, to be able to conduct such research in the neurosciences, universal cons ...
John Searle... nt. However, there have been other criticisms. The Chinese room argument by(1980) is a direct attack on the claim that thought can be represented as ...
Rogers Brubaker... e idea of the Jewish diaspora, he recognised the expanding use of the term.(2005) also notes that use of the term diaspora has been widening. He sugg ...
Emanuel SwedenborgBoth Michael Servetus andhave been interpreted as being proponents of Modalism. Neither, however, d ...
Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo... onal Capital Region Command is in Metro Manila and was created by Presidentto defend the metropolis from insurgents and terrorist groups. Philippine ...
William McDougall... vers worked with two of his graduate medical students, Charles S. Myers andwho assisted him at this period in a series of experiments on vision and w ...
Jean Bodin... of the coronation of Meinhard II of Tyrol in 1286. It is also mentioned in's book Six livres de la République in 1576
Alfred Fowler... ent, and devoted himself to the study of spectroscopy (following his mentor), especially its applications in astronomy. He was elected a Fellow of th ...
Rupert Sheldrake... nd an advocate of vitalism is very rare, however the work of the biochemisthas been described as vitalistic. In 1981 in his book A New Science of Lif ...
Bertrand Russell... heir historical link with past wars, especially in Germany. Famous pacifistcriticizes nationalism for diminishing the individual's capacity to judge ...
Niels BohrA number of physicists began to advocate vitalism.was one of the first to suggest that special laws not found in inanimate m ...
Christian J. Lambertsen... reating oxygen as if it were as narcotic as nitrogen, following research byet al. in 1977 and 1978
Thomas JeffersonMadeira was a favorite of, and it was used to toast the Declaration of Independence. George Washing ...
Pomerance... is excluded in the definition of a Fermat pseudoprime given by Crandall and
Adam Smith... ecognized as an intangible quality of persons in economics back to at least. He distinguished it (as "enterprise") from labour which can be coerced a ...
Rupert Murdoch... Corporation when the warehouses started to be converted into luxury flats.moved his News International printing and publishing works into Wapping in ...
Charles Darwin... to think and behave independently. The Emperor accepted new ideas, such as's theory of evolution, of which he remarked that "the laws that he [Darwi ...
Aristotle... iphate, most of the Greek works of cosmology from Constantinople, including's De caelo and Ptolemy's Almagest were translated into Arabic in the Hous ...
Cartan... e product" of this algebra, producing the "structure constants" f abc . The-derivative of the field form (i.e. essentially the divergence of the fiel ...
Buffon... frequent visits to the home of a relation where he could borrow volumes of's massive Histoire Naturelle. All of these he read and re-read, retaining ...
Charles H. Percy... t Helms in charge of the Foreign Relations Committee instead of the liberal, he instead became chairman of the Senate Agriculture, Nutrition and Fore ...
Cyril Wecht... the coroner labeled the death "reserved," Smith hired forensic pathologistto perform a second autopsy
David Hume... influenced Francis Bacon , Marchamont Needham , Harrington , John Milton ,, and many others (Strauss 1958)
Ilya Prigogine... onal chemical thermodynamics are either at equilibrium or near equilibrium.developed the thermodynamic treatment of open systems that are far from eq ...
Johann Heinrich Friedrich LinkThe genus was first described in the scientific literature byin his 1809 work Observationes in ordines plantarum naturales. Link includ ...
Charles Bendire... tors would go to extreme lengths to obtain eggs of rare birds. For example,was willing to have his teeth broken to remove a rare egg that became stuc ...
Niklaus Wirth... op-down design was promoted in the 1970s by IBM researcher Harlan Mills and. Mills developed structured programming concepts for practical use and te ...
William Murdoch... er system in modern times, which was designed and installed by the engineer. Leamington became a popular spa resort attracting the wealthy and famous ...
Richard OwenSirand Alfred Newton both wanted to be the first to describe the post-cranial ...
Leonardo da Vinci... committee of 30 Florentine citizens that comprised many artists, includingand Sandro Botticelli, to decide on an appropriate site for David. While n ...
Yury Luzhkov... ch controversy, following attempts by Valentina Zhilenkova and Moscow mayor, to have them flown to Moscow for interment in the Novodevichy Cemetery. ...
Erwin Schrödinger... gous to the laws of physics except for their being restricted to organisms.supported similar ideas, as well as the physicists Walter M. Elsasser and ...
Friedrich Wöhler... f Göttingen in the spring of 1838 in order to study with the famous chemist
Albert R. BehnkeIn 1939,and O. D. Yarborough demonstrated that gases other than nitrogen also coul ...
Robert BunsenIn 1842 he became an assistant toat the University of Marburg; he took his doctoral degree there in 1843. A ...
Vladimir Lenin... ord that was named after a newspaper published by the Russian revolutionary
James D. WatsonLate in 1951, Crick started working withat Cavendish Laboratory at the University of Cambridge, England. Using "Ph ...
Ernest Solvay... he village was given the name Solvay, New York to commemorate its inventor,. In 1861, he developed the ammonia-soda process for the manufacture of so ...
Conny Palm... d was taken offline on September 22, 1954. The engineers on the team led bywere Harry Freese, Gösta Neovius, Olle Karlqvist, Carl-Erik Fröberg, G. Ke ...
J. R. R. TolkienTreebeard (Sindarin: Fangorn) is a fictional character from's Middle-earth fantasy writings. The eldest of the species of Ents, he is ...
Benjamin Franklin... e are rewarded or punished by God for their behavior in life. Some, such as, believed in reincarnation or resurrection. Others such as Thomas Paine w ...
Alexander Hamilton... nd it was used to toast the Declaration of Independence. George Washington,, Benjamin Franklin and John Adams are also said to have appreciated the q ...
Oliver StoneThe film was written byand Richard Boyle, and was directed by Stone. Stone's portrayal is sympath ...
Martin Davis... , Putnam has contributed to mathematics and computer science. Together withhe developed the Davis–Putnam algorithm for the Boolean satisfiability pro ...
Wangari Maathai... ding the first African woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize, environmentalist
Alfred NewtonSir Richard Owen andboth wanted to be the first to describe the post-cranial anatomy of the do ...
Thomas Edison... olished in 1969 to make way for the current pool. Franklin D. Roosevelt andboth traveled through Sylva, Edison in 1911 and FDR in 1936, respectively
AryabhataThe works of the classical Indian astronomer and mathematician,(476-550 AD), deal with the sphericity of the Earth and the motion of the ...
Walter M. Elsasser... nisms. Erwin Schrödinger supported similar ideas, as well as the physicistsand Eugene Wigner
Russell W. Porter... The most popular telescope design is the Newtonian reflector, described byas “The Poor Man's Telescope”. The Newtonian has the advantage of being a ...
Margaret Thatcher... lano's departure the irony that his final issue was handed in the week thatwas forced out of office
Hyginus... grew up to become Semiramis, the Assyrian queen. In another story, told by, an egg fell from the sky into the Euphrates, was rolled onto land by fis ...
Lisa Randall... reated and/or reinforced in scientific and academic institutions. Physicist, appointed to a task force at Harvard by then-president Lawrence Summers ...
Ferdinand Lundberg... orrespondents" in London, Paris, Venice, Rome, Berlin, etc. Another critic,, extended the criticism in Imperial Hearst (1936), charging that Hearst p ...
Paul Harteck... of the stable isomer form of liquid hydrogen, parahydrogen was achieved byand Karl Friedrich Bonhoeffer in 1929
Georg Cantor... breaks down when dealing with infinite sets. In the late nineteenth century, Gottlob Frege, Richard Dedekind and others rejected the view of Galileo ...
Sir Michael Foster... special senses displayed by the candidates; it was in reaction to this that, who had seen the potential in this shy, retiring Bart's man, appointed R ...
Karl Marx... taste for the classics of French literature as well as for the writings of
Lawrence Summers... sicist Lisa Randall, appointed to a task force at Harvard by then-presidentafter his controversial discussion of why women may be underrepresented in ...
Benjamin Franklin... ast the Declaration of Independence. George Washington, Alexander Hamilton,and John Adams are also said to have appreciated the qualities of Madeira. ...
Evan Davis... which she seemed critical of some of his decisions. Regular Today presentercommented that "She shouldn't be guest editing; she should be permanently ...
Marlon Brando... mpany (Fogwood Films) producing, Columbia agreed. But, Columbia then wanted, or someone with "greater box-office allure," to play the part of Murphy, ...
Edith Evans... Berkeley in his "The Lady with the Lamp", premiering in London in 1929 within the title role. This does not portray her as an entirely sympathetic ch ...
Nikolai ChernykhA minor planet 2859 Paganini discovered in 1978 by Soviet astronomeris named after him
Gottlob Frege... en dealing with infinite sets. In the late nineteenth century Georg Cantor,, Richard Dedekind and others rejected the view of Galileo (which derived ...
Karl Friedrich Bonhoeffer... omer form of liquid hydrogen, parahydrogen was achieved by Paul Harteck andin 1929
Ruth Hubbard... within and between the social and natural worlds." Some feminists, such asand Evelyn Fox Keller, criticize traditional scientific discourse as being ...
HeraclitusDeistic thinking has existed since ancient times. Among the Ancient Greeks,conceived of a logos, a supreme rational principle, and said the wisdom "b ...
Marlon Brando... ure is named Dio Brando, in tribute to both Ronnie James Dio and movie star
Eugene Wigner... r supported similar ideas, as well as the physicists Walter M. Elsasser and
Edward Drinker Cope... two skulls were assigned to the preexisting species Laelaps incrassatus byin 1892, although the name Laelaps was preoccupied by a genus of mite and ...
Benjamin FranklinIn American history important spokesmen included, Thomas Jefferson, J. Hector St. John de Crèvecœur (1735–1813), and John ...
Leonardo da Vinci... ienced in this kind of work might examine it and express an opinion. Thoughand others were consulted, it was Michelangelo, only twenty-six years old, ...
Paul BoyerIn the 1960s through the 1970s,developed the binding change, or flip-flop, mechanism, which postulated th ...
Steve Irwin... s. These included Carol Channing, Elvis Presley, John Wayne, Jimmy Stewart,and Christopher Lloyd's character in Taxi, Jim Ignatowski. He made his dis ...
Jerry Fodor... ns. The problems with this position have been described by Michael Dummett,, Ernest Lepore, and others. In the first place, they suggest that, if sem ...
Bill Oddie... den was co-writer and performer in the comedy series Twice a Fortnight with, Terry Jones, Michael Palin and Jonathan Lynn
Robert Hübner... ; for example, in 1973 he accepted the Soviets' demand that Bent Larsen and, the two strongest non-Soviet contenders (Fischer was now champion), shou ...
Plato... rough all things" was "both willing and unwilling to be called Zeus (God)".envisaged God as a Demiurge or 'craftsman'. Outside ancient Greece many ot ...
Evelyn Fox Keller... en the social and natural worlds." Some feminists, such as Ruth Hubbard and, criticize traditional scientific discourse as being historically biased ...
Aristotle... mesis or representation. Art as mimesis has deep roots in the philosophy of. Goethe defined art as an other resp. a second nature, according to his i ...
Pier Paolo Pasolini... d Alexandra after Olivier recommended him for the part. He also appeared in's version of Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales, released in 1972, as a young ...
Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire... ury, and opposing the evolutionary theories of Jean-Baptiste de Lamarck and. His most famous work is Le Règne Animal (1817; English: The Animal Kingd ...
Hans Wiegel... ction polls showed losses for the VVD; the former VVD deputy Prime Ministerblamed a poor VVD campaign for this, caused by the heavily contested VVD l ...
Carl Jung... over the other vitalistic theories. The work of Reinke was an influence for
Ashley MontaguAccording to, "The Mongoloid skull has proceeded further than in any other people.
Marija Gimbutas... iginated in the Near East and then spread to Europe. He also excavated withat Sitagroi in Greece
Regiomontanus... icus and decided to seek him out. From Petreius Rheticus was given works byand others, intended as presents for Copernicus. He went on to Peter Apian ...
Justus von Liebig... und angewandten Chemie (Dictionary of Pure and Applied Chemistry) edited by, Wöhler, and Johann Christian Poggendorff, and he also wrote an important ...
Chris Lintott... 0th episode of The Sky at Night hosted by Sir Patrick Moore, along with Dr., Jon Culshaw, Prof. Brian Cox, and the Astronomer Royal Martin Rees who o ...
Claude Shannon... es of his/her color. It was invented by "the father of information theory",. A rectangular grid is commonly used for the graph; in this form the game ...
Imre Lakatos... e, several decades before Gray's criticism, in reply to a critical essay by
Benjamin Franklin... census. The city is the county seat of Heard County. The town is named for
Donald B. RedfordThe Egyptologistobserved that although Necho II was "a man of action from the start, and e ...
Liberty Hyde Bailey... (1817–1862). After 1890 came philosopher Josiah Royce (1855–1916), botanist(1858–1954), the Southern Agrarians of the 1920s and 1930s, novelist John ...
Immanuel Wallerstein... aintain this amounts to a de facto control over less powerful nations ('see's World Systems Theory')
Julian Lombardi... arted, along with David A. Smith, David P. Reed, Andreas Raab, Rick McGeer,, and Mark McCahill, the Croquet Project, which is an open source networke ...
Paul D. Boyer... University of Washington. The University also graduated Nobel Prize winner, as well as Philo Farnsworth (inventor of the electronic television) and ...
Euclid... ichard Dedekind and others rejected the view of Galileo (which derived from) that the whole cannot be the same size as the part. One example of this ...
Thomas Jefferson... ection; by finishing in second place, Democratic-Republican Party candidate, the Federalists' opponent, became the Vice President. This resulted in t ...
Plato... olini scoured the libraries in search of works by such classical authors as, Cicero and Vitruvius. The works of ancient Greek and Hellenistic writers ...
Isaac Newton... sits that pressure is due not to static repulsion between molecules, as was's conjecture, but due to collisions between molecules moving at different ...
Stephen Harper... e split forced Day to call a new leadership convention, and, in April 2002,defeated Day at the subsequent Canadian Alliance leadership election
Ernest Lepore... ems with this position have been described by Michael Dummett, Jerry Fodor,, and others. In the first place, they suggest that, if semantic holism is ...
Joseph Pitton de Tournefort... ol. The English botanist William Sherard, who studied botany in Paris under, a pupil of Magnol, was most probably the first after Plumier to adopt th ...
Kenneth E. Iverson... in A Programming Language, a book describing a notation invented in 1957 bywhile at Harvard University. Iverson had developed a mathematical notation ...
Alexander Hamilton... lectoral victory on the 36th ballot, but only after Federalist Party leader—who disfavored Burr's personal character more than Jefferson's policies—h ...
Steven Chu... Hispanic to serve as Energy Secretary was Clinton's second, Federico Peña.became the first Asian American to hold the position on January 20, 2009, ...
Karl Marx... initially Romanticism and Historicism, and eventually both the Communism of, and the modern forms of nationalism inspired by the French Revolution, i ...
Oliver James... ion is fit only for dumbing down and cultural careerism. Intellectuals likecorrelate economic progress with economic inequality, the stimulation of a ...
David Gale... nly used for the graph; in this form the game was independently invented by, and has been known as Gale, Bridg-It, and Bird Cage
Johann Christian Poggendorff... ary of Pure and Applied Chemistry) edited by Justus von Liebig, Wöhler, and, and he also wrote an important textbook. In 1851 Kolbe succeeded Bunsen ...
Julius von HaastHaast's Eagle was first classified byin the 1870s, who named it Harpagornis moorei after George Henry Moore, th ...
Richard Dedekind... infinite sets. In the late nineteenth century Georg Cantor, Gottlob Frege,and others rejected the view of Galileo (which derived from Euclid) that t ...
Joseph Stiglitz... l organizations and academics, notably including its former Chief Economist, who is equally critical of the International Monetary Fund, the US Treas ...
John E. Walker... synthase generated by rotation of the gamma subunit. The research group of, then at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge, crystalliz ...
Alexander Hamilton... ng for someone besides Adams (a carefully organized scheme originating with) less out of opposition to him than to prevent Adams from matching Washin ...
David G. Kendall... n Telephone Exchange, published the first paper on queueing theory in 1909.introduced an A/B/C queueing notation in 1953. Important work on queueing ...
Angus Deaton... the income of each person (or percentile). Princeton development economist(1997, 139) simplified the Gini calculation to one easy formula
William Sherard... alauma", the genus name Magnolia, after Pierre Magnol. The English botanist, who studied botany in Paris under Joseph Pitton de Tournefort, a pupil o ...
Jean-Baptiste de Lamarck... eology in the early 19th century, and opposing the evolutionary theories ofand Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire. His most famous work is Le Règne Animal (1817; ...
Alfred Russel Wallace... her vitalistic theories. The work of Reinke was an influence for Carl Jung.believed qualitative novelties could arise through the process of evolutio ...
Harvey Fletcher... er, as well as Philo Farnsworth (inventor of the electronic television) and(inventor of the hearing aid). Three of BYU's twelve presidents were alumn ...
Georg Hartmann... In Nuremberg he also made the acquaintance of other mathematicians such asand Thomas Venatorius as well as the printer-publisher Petreius. During hi ...
Kenneth E. Iverson... ost computer platforms. It is based on a mathematical notation developed byand associates that features special attributes for the design and specifi ...
Wouter Bos... etween current Christian-Democratic Prime Minister Jan Peter Balkenende andof the Labour Party. However, the VVD's campaign started relatively late. ...
William Astbury... he first crude X-ray diffraction images of DNA were collected in the 1930s,had talked about stacks of nucleotides spaced at 3.4 angström (0.34 nanome ...
Stephen Jay Gould... penheimer claimed, "An interesting hypothesis put forward by paleontologistmany years ago was that the package of the Mongoloid anatomical changes co ...
Frédéric Passy... nant's ideas. In 1901 he received the first Nobel Peace Prize together with
F. V. Hayden... F. Raynolds and guided by mountain man Jim Bridger, it included naturalist, who later led other expeditions to the region. The expedition had been c ...
John Stapp... He flew the observation/chase plane which monitored flight surgeon Colonel's rocket sled run of in 1955. Kittinger was impressed by Stapp's dedicati ...
Giuseppe Peano... t demonstrated by Cantor in 1878, but it became more apparent in 1890, whenintroduced the space-filling curves, curved lines that twist and turn enou ...
Jean Baudrillard... self-interested, image-conscious behaviour in culture. Post-modernists likehave even argued that culture (and therefore our lives) now has no basis i ...
George PapandreouKing Constantine II's dismissal of's centrist government in July 1965 prompted a prolonged period of politic ...
James WattHuman knowledge and mastery over nature advances whenbuilds a successful prototype of a steam engine, and a scientific expediti ...
Albert Einstein... y from collisions between the particle and gas molecules. As pointed out byin 1905, this experimental evidence for kinetic theory is generally seen a ...
David G. Kendall... r describing the characteristics of a queueing model was first suggested byin 1953. Kendall's notation introduced an A/B/C queueing notation that can ...
Stephen Oppenheimer... ted was disturbing to many Eurocentric nineteenth century anthropologists."claimed, "An interesting hypothesis put forward by paleontologist Stephen ...
Johannes Schöner... Nuremberg to visit the professor of mathematics at the Eigidien Oberschule. In Nuremberg he also made the acquaintance of other mathematicians such ...
Charles P. Thacker... he Charles Stark Draper Prize along with Alan C. Kay, Robert W. Taylor, andfor their work on Alto. In 2006 he was inducted as a Fellow of the Compute ...
Plato... and Vitruvius. The works of ancient Greek and Hellenistic writers (such as, Aristotle, Euclid, and Ptolemy) and Muslim scientists were imported into ...
John Turtle Wood... iversifying its holdings of ethnography. Overseas excavations continued anddiscovered the remains of the 4th century BC Temple of Artemis at Ephesos, ...
Sidney Weintraub... esearch is published in the Journal of Post Keynesian Economics (founded byand Paul Davidson), the Cambridge Journal of Economics, the Review of Poli ...
Mark Catesby... or the taxonomic part of Johann Jacob Dillenius's Hortus Elthamensis and of's Natural History of Carolina, Florida and the Bahama Islands. These were ...
Xǔ Shèn... 水 (water), may be wholly pictorial in origin. In 100 CE, the famed scholarin the Hàn Dynasty classified characters into six categories, namely picto ...
William Lawrence Bragg... tempt to do so. They asked for, and received, permission to do so from bothand Wilkins. In order to construct their model of DNA, Watson and Crick ma ...
Ptolemy... one of the 48 Greek constellations described by the 2nd century astronomer, and it remains one of the 88 modern constellations defined by the Intern ...
Othniel Charles Marsh... occupied by a genus of mite and had been changed to Dryptosaurus in 1877 by. Cope refused to recognize the new name created by his archrival Marsh, h ...
Edward Frankland... new Museum of Economic Geology in London, where he became a close friend of. From 1847 he was engaged in editing the Handwörterbuch der reinen und an ...
Vladimir Lenin... d in 1924, as a member of a naval unit, he attended the funeral ceremony of. That same year he joined the Bolshevik Party
J. B. S. HaldaneThe geneticistwondered why the dominant mutation that causes Huntington's disease remain ...
Aristotle... truvius. The works of ancient Greek and Hellenistic writers (such as Plato,, Euclid, and Ptolemy) and Muslim scientists were imported into the Christ ...
Bill OddieGarden andco-wrote many episodes of the television comedy series Doctor in the House ...
David P. Reed... came the Etoys system. More recently he started, along with David A. Smith,, Andreas Raab, Rick McGeer, Julian Lombardi, and Mark McCahill, the Croqu ...
Isaac Newton... , who was joining it, "I don't know any scientist who looks as much as likeas you do". May replied that "that could be my after dinner comment, thank ...
Jens Christian Skou... ng this, Boyer and Walker shared half of the 1997 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.received the other half of the Chemistry prize that year "for the first di ...
David Gale... it can be used to prove the two-dimensional Brouwer fixed point theorem, asshowed in 1979, and the determinacy of higher-dimensional variants proves ...
Guy Coburn RobsonTwo Systematic scientists,and Owain Richards, rejected both Mendelism and Darwinism and suggested th ...
Hugo Weaving... hett and won five Australian Film Institute Awards including Best Actor for, Best Actress for Blanchett and Best Supporting Actress for screen vetera ...
James WardIn 1904, with Professorand some others, Rivers founded the British Journal of Psychology of which ...
Johann Jacob Dillenius... genus name Magnolia. He was at least responsible for the taxonomic part of's Hortus Elthamensis and of Mark Catesby's Natural History of Carolina, F ...
Aristotle... nce in Greek pagan philosophy, including pagan philosophers like Euclid and, who based their logic on Monism and Aristotle's arguments around his con ...
Newton... niana, and the introduced Indigofera tinctoria and Indigofera suffruticosa.used "indigo" to describe one of the two new primary colors he added to th ...
Jan Peter Balkenende... tion away from the duel between current Christian-Democratic Prime Ministerand Wouter Bos of the Labour Party. However, the VVD's campaign started re ...
J. R. R. TolkienBree is a fictional village in's Middle-earth, east of the Shire and south of Fornost Erain. It is thoug ...
Sidney Ray... two of his best former students, would participate. The other members were, C.G Seligman, and a young Cambridge graduate named Anthony Wilkin, who w ...
Ashley Montagu... eoteny, "Asians", not whites, are "clearly" the most neotenized human race.mirrored this statement when he stated that the "Mongoloid skull, whether ...
Butler LampsonQED is a line-oriented computer text editor that was developed byand L. Peter Deutsch for the Berkeley Timesharing System running on the SD ...
Nicholas Kaldor... idge capital controversy – winning the argument but not the battle. Much of’s work was based on the ideas of increasing returns to scale, path depend ...
Nick Cave... ic scene which had sprung up in Melbourne came The Boys Next Door featuring. The Boys Next Door would eventually become The Birthday Party
Richard TrevithickCornishmanis credited with the first realistic design of the steam locomotive in 180 ...
Michael ServetusBothand Emanuel Swedenborg have been interpreted as being proponents of Modali ...
Philipp MelanchthonDuring the Reformation the theologian and educatorreorganized the whole educational system of the Lutheran Protestant parts ...
Marilyn Monroe... e early 1950s, Groucho described his perfect woman: “Someone who looks likeand talks like George S. Kaufman.
André-Marie AmpèreThrough popular etymology, it has been falsely claimed thatused the symbol in his widely read publications, and that people began cal ...
David Gottlieb... originally derived from the bacterium Streptomyces venezuelae, isolated by, and introduced into clinical practice in 1949, under the trade name Chlo ...
Lewis Carroll... ated dodo fossils, the newly vindicated bird was featured as a character in's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. With the popularity of the book, the ...
Lupitus of Barcelona... , where the air had to be pumped manually. In a letter of 984, Gerbert asksfor a book on astrology and astronomy, two terms historian S. Jim Tester s ...
Euclid... e works of ancient Greek and Hellenistic writers (such as Plato, Aristotle,, and Ptolemy) and Muslim scientists were imported into the Christian worl ...
Stephen Jay Gouldobjected to the ranking of races as more or less neotenous. But Gould argu ...
William Cookworthydiscovered deposits of kaolin clay in Cornwall, making a considerable cont ...
William McDougall... reaction was to decline, but he soon agreed on learning that C.S Myers and, two of his best former students, would participate. The other members we ...
Thomas Peter Anderson Stuart... nt manner. Doyle's father, artist Charles Altamont Doyle, died in Dumfries.left Dumfries to go on and found the University of Sydney Medical School. ...
J. R. R. TolkienA palantír (pl. palantíri) is a magical artifact from's fantasy legendarium. A palantír (sometimes translated as "Seeing Stone" ...
Peter Medawar... ious mutations that are believed to allow—even cause—age-related mortality.formalised this observation in his mutation accumulation theory of aging. ...
Isaac Newton... morals but no longer authoritative (or meant to be) on matters of science.'s (1642–1727) mathematical explanation of universal gravitation explained ...
Jared Diamonddescribes an "Evil Quartet" of habitat destruction, overkill, introduced s ...
Reuben Fine... a worthy champion, even if he was not as dominant as the earlier champions.wrote, "In the two years before the return match, Euwe's strength increase ...
Edward Goodrich Acheson... efinery grew into the Aluminum Company of America. He became the partner ofin manufacturing silicon carbide, a revolutionary abrasive, in the Carboru ...
Imre Lakatos... he subject of modern ethno-cultural studies of mathematics. The philosopherin his Proofs and Refutations aimed to sharpen the formulation of informal ...
Ralph Borsodi... A. Whitney Griswold (1906–1963), environmentalist Aldo Leopold (1887–1948),(1886–1977), and present-day authors Wendell Berry (b. 1934), Gene Logsdon ...
Professor James Ward... m with the degree of M.A. honoris causa and, in 1904 with the assistance of, Rivers made a further mark on the world of psychological sciences, found ...
Carl LinnaeusThe species was first officially described by Swedish botanistin 1758. In the two centuries since then, numerous subspecies have been id ...
Thomas BradwardineIn De causa Dei contra Pelagium et de virtute causarum,denounced Pelagians in the 14th century and Gabriel Biel did the same in t ...
Ejnar HertzsprungIn 1909,was the first to suggest that Sirius was a member of the Ursa Major Moving ...
Barbara McClintock... genetic loci called nucleolar organizing regions (NORs), first described by. Because of this non-random organization, the nucleolus is defined as a " ...
Bryan A. Garner... g guidance for citing electronic works. Other changes included a chapter byon American English grammar and usage, and a revised treatment of mathemat ...
Ptolemy... ncient Greek and Hellenistic writers (such as Plato, Aristotle, Euclid, and) and Muslim scientists were imported into the Christian world, providing ...
Otto Selz... that Popper took some of his ideas from his tutor, the German psychologist. Selz himself never published his ideas, partly because of the rise of Na ...
Carsten Niebuhr... was compensated for this by the esteem of Frederick the Great, of Lessing,, and many foreign scholars
Charles Martin Hall... e aluminum, industrial abrasives ("carborundum"), and coke. Mellon financed, whose refinery grew into the Aluminum Company of America. He became the ...
Linus Pauling... ucture was driven in part by the knowledge that they were competing against. Given Pauling's recent success in discovering the Alpha helix, they fear ...
John Hicks... sticky prices or wages. Post Keynesians typically reject the IS/LM model of, which was very influential in neo-Keynesian economics
Johannes ReinkeOther vitalists includedand Oscar Hertwig. Reinke used the word neovitalism to describe his work, ...
Selman WaksmanThe term antibiotic was coined byin 1942 to describe any substance produced by a microorganism that is to t ...
James Bradley... n of the axis of the Earth was discovered in 1728 by the British astronomer, but this nutation was not explained in detail until 20 years later
Thomas HornsbyThe astronomerobserved the transit of Venus from the tower of the five orders in 1769
Joseph Stiglitz... asury Department, and US and other developed country trade negotiators. See, The Roaring Nineties, Globalization and Its Discontents, and Making Glob ...
George C. WilliamsAnother evolutionary theory of aging was proposed byand involves antagonistic pleiotropy. A single gene may affect multiple tr ...
Pytheas... irst writer to use a form of the name was the Greek explorer and geographerin the 4th century BC. Pytheas referred to Prettanike or Brettaniai, a gro ...
Louis Fieser... skets, hoses, medical supplies and rain clothing. A team of chemists led byat Harvard University was the first one to develop synthetic napalm, durin ...
Carl Peter Thunberg... liliiflora, and Magnolia coco and Magnolia figo. Soon after that, in 1794,collected and described Magnolia obovata from Japan and at roughly the sam ...
Donald KnuthCWEB is a computer programming system created byand Silvio Levy as a follow up to Knuth's WEB literate programming system, ...
Matteo RicciAs late as 1595, the first Jesuit missionary to China,, recorded that the Chinese say: "The earth is flat an
Edward Teller... onfused with the U.S. Army Jupiter Intermediate-range ballistic missile. At's prompting, the Navy's "Jupiter" missile plans were abandoned in favor o ...
Dana Angluin... g System running on the SDS 940. It was implemented by L. Peter Deutsch andbetween 1965 and 1966
Pim Fortuyn... o because the final was held several days, after Rotterdam's political herowas murdered. Lots of fans were still full of emotion, before and after th ...
Lawrence Lambe... refused to recognize the new name created by his archrival Marsh, however,instead of Laelaps incrassatus used the name Dryptosaurus incrassatus when ...
Pier Paolo Pasolini... umerism on society has often been fiercely criticized by intellectuals likeand film directors like Dino Risi, Vittorio De Sica and Ettore Scola, that ...
Albert EinsteinIn the opening scene, Maggie spells EMCSQU with her blocks, a reference to's mass-energy equivalence equation. A picture of Einstein also appears on ...
Benedict Anderson... overseas, such as the category of long-distance nationalists identified by. Brubaker notes that (as examples): Albanians, Basques, Hindu Indians, Ir ...
Nicholas Negroponte... hine, and the XO-1. The program was begun and is sustained by Kay's friend,, and is based on Kay's Dynabook ideal. Kay is a prominent co-developer of ...
Boethius... re four roads meet"), and its use for the 4 subjects has been attributed toor Cassiodorus in the 6th century. Together, the trivium and the quadriviu ...
Frank Holmes... ve came in 1922 at a boundary conference in Uqair when the prospector Majortried to include Qatar in an oil concession he was discussing with Ibn Sau ...
Walther Flemming... ägeli in 1842. Their behavior in animal (salamander) cells was described by, the discoverer of mitosis, in 1882. The name was coined by another Germa ...
Oliver Perry Hay... ribed the remains in detail in 1903 and 1904, a combination first coined byin 1902. Shortly later, Osborn pointed out that D. incrassatus was based o ...
Oscar HertwigOther vitalists included Johannes Reinke and. Reinke used the word neovitalism to describe his work, he claimed that i ...
Fred Brooks... Chapter 6 called "A programming language" for the book he was writing with, Automatic Data Processing, which would later be published in 1963
George Bernard Shaw... , Winston Churchill and a young John F. Kennedy. Upon visiting St. Donat's,was quoted as saying: "This is what God would have built if he had had the ...
Max BornFar from claiming to make "the contradiction disappear" whichthought could be achieved with a statistical approach, de Broglie extended ...
J. R. R. Tolkien... rk Riders, the Nine Riders, or simply the Nine) are fictional characters in's Middle-earth legendarium. They were nine Men who succumbed to Sauron's ...
Imre LakatosIt has been argued that Popper's studenttransformed Popper's philosophy using historicism and updated Hegelian his ...
Isaac Newton... e enjoyed collecting books: for example, he collected and protected many of's papers. It is in part on the basis of these papers that Keynes wrote of ...
Maurice Hilleman... ve measure against mumps is a vaccination with a mumps vaccine, invented byat Merck. The vaccine may be given separately or as part of the MMR immuni ...
Aldo Leopold... ck (1902–1968), historian A. Whitney Griswold (1906–1963), environmentalist(1887–1948), Ralph Borsodi (1886–1977), and present-day authors Wendell Be ...
Archibald MestonIn 1885 the explorerdescribed the Barron Falls in flood where the raging waters "rush together ...
C.G Seligman... best former students, would participate. The other members were Sidney Ray,, and a young Cambridge graduate named Anthony Wilkin, who was asked to ac ...
Jane Goodall... ht bulb. Dr. Pryor compares Bart's proposed work among ordinary children to's study of chimpanzees. Goodall was pleased to be mentioned in the episod ...
Lawrence StagerArchaeologisthas suggested that the colony might have been attacked and its members eat ...
Ernst Mach... based on reinforcement, punishment, and extinction. Following the ideas of, Skinner rejected Thorndike's mediating structures required by "satisfact ...
Karl Wilhelm von NägeliChromosomes were first observed in plant cells byin 1842. Their behavior in animal (salamander) cells was described by Walt ...
Nagendra Kumar Singh... ts from the Indian Council of Agricultural Research under the leadership of. The paper was published in an India
Max Planck... appeared to be the physicist who most sought that dimension of action which, at the beginning of the 20th century, had shown to be the only universal ...
Edward Jenner... when a smallpox epidemic begins in New England. Smallpox was then cured by
Howard Zinn... New England ancestor). Another neighbor of Damon's was historian and author, whose biographical film You Can't Be Neutral on a Moving Train and audio ...
William James... mistic attitudes are favored and of emotional consideration. Al-Ghazali andhave rejected their pessimism after suffering psychological, or even psych ...
Maurice Wilkins... were jointly awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1962 with
Selman Waksman... growth of Bacillus anthracis. These drugs were later renamed antibiotics by, an American microbiologist, in 1942
John Ronald Reuel Tolkien... ristopher Tolkien was born in Leeds, England, the third and youngest son of. He was educated at the Dragon School in Oxford and then at the Oratory S ...
Georges-Louis Le Sage... hich were neglected by their contemporaries) were Mikhail Lomonosov (1747),(ca. 1780, published 1818), John Herapath (1816) and John James Waterston ...
Gary Jacobson... quota law". University of California, San Diego political science professor's 2006 study of partisan polarization found that in a state-by-state surv ...
Pliny the Elder... found to date is in 1787, in translator Gottfried Große’s interpretation of’s Natural History
Vesalius, Andreas... rk - Verhofstadt, Guy - Verhofstadt III Government - Verlooy, Jan-Baptist -- Veurne - Vieille Montagne - Vink, Karel - Visa requirements for Belgian ...
Andrew Samwick... mics Department, whose prominent professors include David Blanchflower, and, also holds the distinction as the top-ranked economics program in the wo ...
Kazuhiko Nishijima... Heisenberg; then, in 1953, according to strangeness by Murray Gell-Mann and. To gain greater insight, the hadrons were sorted into groups having simi ...
Dmitri Mendeleev... r.) The alternative technique of fractional crystallization was invented by, in the form of the double ammonium nitrate tetrahydrate, which he used t ...
Martin Gardner... TAC-TIX); Nash's fellow players at first called the game Nash. According to, some of the Princeton University students also referred to the game as J ...
Leonardo da Vinci... rtress) into a rich noble residence, at the cusp of Gothic and Renaissance.was his guest at Vigevano, as was Bramante, who is ascribed with the tall ...
Daniel Klein... an-speaking parishes of East-Prussia. It was written in Latin and German byand published in Königsberg in 1653/1654. The first scientific Compendium ...
Andrew BensonMelvin Calvin and, along with James Bassham, elucidated the path of carbon assimilation (th ...
Herman Potočnik... r communication purposes was first published in 1928 (but not widely so) by. The idea of a geostationary orbit was first disseminated on a wide scale ...
Hermann von Helmholtz... gmund Freud and Carl Jung. Freud was a student of the notable anti-vitalist, and initially struggled to express his concepts in strictly neurological ...
Zweig... ilar purposes. Notable contributions to wavelet theory can be attributed to’s discovery of the continuous wavelet transform in 1975 (originally calle ...
Shmuel Eisenstadt... ilisations, and the post-colonial perspective of "alternative modernities,"introduced the concept of "multiple modernities" (2003; see also Delanty 2 ...
Richard Keynes... ) was a distinguished surgeon, scholar and bibliophile. His nephews include(1919–2010) a physiologist; and Quentin Keynes (1921–2003), an adventurer ...
William Alonso... the Regional Science Department in 1956. It featured as its first graduateand was looked upon by many to be the international academic leader for th ...
Moritz Lazarus... The term was used in 1859 by German philosophers and frequent collaboratorsand Heymann Steinthal in Zeitschrift für Völkerpsychologie und Sprachwisse ...
Murray Rothbard... rices and ration production and distribution in periods of acute shortages.considered the federal reserve as a public cartel of private banks
Noam Chomsky... settling in Philadelphia. Putnam attended Central High School; there he met, who was a year behind him. The two have been friends—and often intellect ...
John Tyndall... renamed antibiotics by Selman Waksman, an American microbiologist, in 1942.first described antagonistic activities by fungi against bacteria in Engla ...
Arthur C. Clarke... Stations Give Worldwide Radio Coverage?" by British science fiction writer, published in Wireless World magazine. The orbit, which Clarke first desc ...
Jacques DelorsThe Presidential system had started to develop sinceand has since been cemented, a strong President with competent mandarins i ...
Rupert Murdoch... ional (parent of Times Newspapers and News Group Newspapers, and chaired by). News International had built and clandestinely equipped a new printing ...
James Callaghan... ent over its cost and whether it was necessary. The outgoing Prime Ministermade his government's papers on Trident available to Margaret Thatcher's n ...
Erwin Schrödinger... from physics into biology that he was influenced by both Linus Pauling and. It was clear in theory that covalent bonds in biological molecules could ...
Stephen Jay Gould... y theorists propose that neoteny has been a key feature in human evolution.believed that the "evolutionary story" of humans is one where we have been ...
Zygmunt BaumanCritical theorists such as Theodor Adorno andpropose that modernity or industrialization represents a departure from th ...
Adam Smith... r natural price of a commodity. The labour theory of value, as presented by, however, did not require the quantification of all past labour, nor did ...
Professional Chemist... arch should honour a Hippocratic Oath for Scientists which is required as a
Melvin Calvin... determine that the oxygen liberated in photosynthesis came from the water.and Andrew Benson, along with James Bassham, elucidated the path of carbon ...
David Blanchflower... omics in 2003. The Economics Department, whose prominent professors include, and Andrew Samwick, also holds the distinction as the top-ranked economi ...
Masahisa Fujita... e field. Another important graduate and faculty member of the department is. The core curriculum of this department was microeconomics, input-output ...
Audouin Dollfus... ious, the observations were difficult to reconcile with a reasonable orbit.observed a moon on December 15, 1966, which he proposed to be named "Janus ...
Thomas Jefferson... t Britain resolved that lingering issue and the British departed the forts.saw the nearby British imperial presence as a threat to republicanism in t ...
Joan Crawford... itty, WWII Nurse and POW Col. Rosemary Hogan, Academy Award winning actress, WWII ace Robert S. Johnson, three time NBA champion Stacey King, former ...
Robert Koch... . Antibiosis was first described in 1877 in bacteria when Louis Pasteur andobserved that an airborne bacillus could inhibit the growth of Bacillus an ...
Jacques Cassini... . Longitude within individual signs was still being used as late as 1740 byin his Tables astronomiques
Sigmund Freud... ology has been rich in vitalist concepts, particularly through the ideas ofand Carl Jung. Freud was a student of the notable anti-vitalist Hermann vo ...
Werner Heisenberg... t, the particles were classified by charge and isospin by Eugene Wigner and; then, in 1953, according to strangeness by Murray Gell-Mann and Kazuhiko ...
Proclus... f the writer. The fragment of a polemical treatise against the Neoplatonistis now assigned to Nicolaus, archbishop of Methone in Peloponnesus (ft. 12 ...
John Herapath... Mikhail Lomonosov (1747), Georges-Louis Le Sage (ca. 1780, published 1818),(1816) and John James Waterston (1843), which connected their research wit ...
Morlet... tudying the reaction of the ear to sound), Pierre Goupillaud, Grossmann and's formulation of what is now known as the CWT (1982), Jan-Olov Strömberg' ...
John James Waterston... Georges-Louis Le Sage (ca. 1780, published 1818), John Herapath (1816) and(1843), which connected their research with the development of mechanical ...
Benjamin Franklinattended a revival meeting in Philadelphia and was greatly impressed with ...
Charles Darwin... discover exactly which molecule was the genetic molecule. In Crick’s view,’s theory of evolution by natural selection, Gregor Mendel’s genetics and ...
Carl Jung... h in vitalist concepts, particularly through the ideas of Sigmund Freud and. Freud was a student of the notable anti-vitalist Hermann von Helmholtz, ...
Charles Darwin... g to similar projects. His efforts were recognized both at home and abroad.said of him: "The Emperor does so much for science, that every scientific ...
Daubechies... he CWT (1982), Jan-Olov Strömberg's early work on discrete wavelets (1983),' orthogonal wavelets with compact support (1988), Mallat's multiresolutio ...
Murray Gell-Mann... ne Wigner and Werner Heisenberg; then, in 1953, according to strangeness byand Kazuhiko Nishijima. To gain greater insight, the hadrons were sorted i ...
Mihajlo PupinLoading coils are archaically known as Pupin coils after(especially when used for the Heaviside condition), and the process of ins ...
Bryan A. Garner... tal agencies that administer a jurisdiction's prisons and parole system" in, editor, Black's Law Dictionary, 9th ed., West Group, 2009, ISBN 0-314-19 ...
Terry Sejnowski... t Churchland, Vilayanur Ramachandran, Tomaso Poggio, the late Leslie Orgel,, his son Michael Crick, and his youngest daughter the late Jacqueline Nic ...
Allan C. Carlson... authors Wendell Berry (b. 1934), Gene Logsdon (b. 1932), Paul Thompson, and(b. 1949)
Adolf von Baeyer... carbon atom by J.H. van't Hoff, and the reform of chemical nomenclature by, resulted in vituperative articles in the Journal für Praktische Chemie. ...
René Descartes... as human beings feel it traces back to the 17th-century French philosopher,, who argued that animals do not experience pain and suffering because the ...
Jan Peter Balkenende... here were a number of parliamentary debates on the issue and Prime Ministerwas called to answer questions. He explained that the project was a privat ...
Rudolph A. MarcusNobel Prize-winning scientistwas able to discover the function and significance of the electron transpo ...
Pierre Schaeffer... tar in a band, but his musical style was perhaps most heavily influenced by, a pioneer of musique concrète at the Groupe de Recherches Musicales
Ferdinand de Saussure... gns or semiotics. Semiotics, tied closely to the structuralism pioneered by, was extremely influential in the development of literary theory out of t ...
Louis Pasteur... led to the discovery of natural antibacterials produced by microorganisms.observed, "if we could intervene in the antagonism observed between some b ...
Rupert MurdochIn 1986,'s News International built a new £80m printing and publishing works in th ...
Claude Shannon... y behind DSL, like many other forms of communication, can be traced back to's seminal 1948 paper: A Mathematical Theory of Communication
Edward FranklandWithhe found that nitriles can be hydrolyzed to the corresponding acids
Chris Lintott... of Bang! – The Complete History of the Universe with Sir Patrick Moore and, which was published in October 2006. In October 2007, more than 30 years ...
Alexander Hamilton... cs could be studied in a laboratory as it were, the social milieu. In 1787,wrote: "...The science of politics like most other sciences has received g ...
Sigmund Freud... ges. Various 19th century intellectuals, from Auguste Comte to Karl Marx to, attempted to offer scientific and/or political ideologies in the wake of ...
Shoichi Sakata... uval Ne'eman. Gell-Mann and George Zweig, correcting an earlier approach of, went on to propose in 1963 that the structure of the groups could be exp ...
Frédéric Bastiat... s coined in 1914 by Friedrich von Wieser in his book "". • However, in 1848described this concept in his essa
Brian K. Hall... lution hypothesis, although he does believe humans are generally neotenous.also cites the long legs of humans as a peramorphic trait, which is in sha ...
Nikolai Krogius... of Korchnoi and Borislav Ivkov. He was fourth at Sochi 1964 with 9.5/15, aswon
Conny Palm... sh for "Binary Arithmetic Relay Calculator"). The team was initially led by, who died in December 1951, after which Stig Comét took over. The hardwar ...
August Krönig... rch with the development of mechanical explanations of gravitation. In 1856(probably after reading a paper of Waterston) created a simple gas-kinetic ...
John R. Horner... currently still working on growing a tail, and changing the wings to claws.used evolutionary developmental biology on a chick embryo because he knew ...
Ashley Montagunotes the following neotenous traits in women relative to men: more delica ...
Ali ibn Sahl... sopher born in Merv about 192 AH (808 C.E.) (d. approx. 240 AH (855 C.E.)).belonged to the medical school of Tabaristan or Hyrcania)
Rudolf ClausiusIn 1857, according to his own words independently of Krönig, developed a similar, ...
Darwin's... al History Museum narrating commentary to some of the exhibits that supporttheory of natural selection
Linus Pauling... Crick’s transition from physics into biology that he was influenced by bothand Erwin Schrödinger. It was clear in theory that covalent bonds in biolo ...
Hampton Carson... ssic example is the study of chromosome banding in Hawaiian drosophilids by
Haar... wavelets can be linked to several separate trains of thought, starting with's work in the early 20th century. Later work by Dennis Gabor yielded Gabo ...
George Zweig... ghtfold way, invented in 1961 by Gell-Mann and Yuval Ne'eman. Gell-Mann and, correcting an earlier approach of Shoichi Sakata, went on to propose in ...
Federico Capasso... Dağdeviren and his team. In 1994, the quantum cascade laser was invented by, Alfred Cho, Jerome Faist and their collaborators and was later greatly i ...
Dian Fossey... volcanoes and its protected population of mountain gorillas made famous by. Additionally, tourism is drawn to central Africa's largest protected wet ...
Jeffrey Sachsdemanded that the entire African debt (approximately $200 billion) be forg ...
Margaret Thatcher... nister James Callaghan made his government's papers on Trident available to's new incoming Conservative Party government, which took the decision to ...
Hipparchus... s responded to this phenomenon of precession once it had been discovered byaround 130 BC. Today, some read Ptolemy as dropping the concept of a fixed ...
Margaret ThatcherPrime Minister,, 1979–1990, was Conservative MP for Finchley from 1959 to 1992, although ...
Thales... ered a "continent of knowledge", History, analogous to the contributions ofto mathematics, Galileo to physics, or, better, Freud's , in that the stru ...
Walter Isard's efforts culminated in the creation of a few academic departments and se ...
Ptolemy... n once it had been discovered by Hipparchus around 130 BC. Today, some readas dropping the concept of a fixed celestial sphere and adopting what is r ...
Karl Marx... l new challenges. Various 19th century intellectuals, from Auguste Comte toto Sigmund Freud, attempted to offer scientific and/or political ideologie ...
Norman Birnbaum... amily". At the time of Kennedy's death, sociologist and Nation board memberwrote that Kennedy had come to be viewed as the "voice" and "conscience" o ...
Gaspard Bauhin... first known printed reference to the rutabaga comes from the Swiss botanistin 1620, where he notes that it was growing wild in Sweden. It is often co ...
Friedrich von WieserThe term was coined in 1914 byin his book "". • However, in 1848 Frédéric Bastiat described this concept ...
James Clerk MaxwellIn 1859, after reading a paper by Clausius,formulated the Maxwell distribution of molecular velocities, which gave th ...
Heymann Steinthal... n 1859 by German philosophers and frequent collaborators Moritz Lazarus andin Zeitschrift für Völkerpsychologie und Sprachwissenschaft. They wrote
John von Neumann... nother 5 bits — and so it was 16-bits. Nevertheless the small word size ledto conclude the machine would be worthless
John R. Horner... e key evo-devo topics of evolutionary innovation and morphological novelty.began his Project "How to Build a Dinosaur" in 2009 in conjunction with hi ...
J. Allan Hobson... is doctorate in biochemistry. He worked with the prominent sleep researcherfor many years. Stickgold's research has focused on sleep and cognition, d ...
John Stuart MillVictimless crimes are in the harm principle of, "victimless" from a position that considers the individual as the sole s ...
NewtonFollowing the classical dynamics ofand Euler, the motion of a material body is produced by the action of exte ...
Johann Wolfgang von GoetheTwo Will-o-the-wisps appear in's fairy tale The Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily (1795). They are desc ...
James Callaghan... th., Sir Francis Austen (brother of Jane Austen) briefly lived in the area,(British prime minister 1976–1979) was born in Portsmouth, John Pounds the ...
Averroes... plished man who wrote a good Arabic style and who protected the philosopher. His title of "al-Mansur," "The Victorious," was earned by the defeat he ...
W. E. B. Du Bois... He was inspired by the writings of black intellectuals like Marcus Garvey,, and George Padmore, and his relationships with them. Nkrumah's biggest s ...
Carsten Niebuhr... instability in the period led to a demographic collapse - German geographerfound in 1763 that Bahrain's 360 towns and villages had, through warfare a ...
Albert EinsteinIn the early 20th century, Frederick Frost Blackman along withinvestigated the effects of light intensity (irradiance) and temperature o ...
Johann Heinrich von Thünen... ists to location theory. The early German hegemony more or less starts withand runs through both Wilhelm Launhardt and Alfred Weber to Walter Christa ...
E. R. Thiele... kah's reign. William F. Albright has dated his reign to 737 – 732 BC, while, following H. J. Cook and Carl Lederer, held that Pekah set up in Gilead ...
Kathleen Kenyon... on methods he used, for example the grid system (later developed further byand known as the Wheeler-Kenyon method), were significant advances in arch ...
John S. Stoneworked for the American Telephone & Telegraph Company (AT&T) and was the f ...
Alexander Fleming... , others pursued similar lines of inquiry but it was not until in 1928 thatobserved antibiosis against bacteria by a fungus of the genus Penicillium. ...
Robert Sternberg... ut themselves and the world. In his triangular theory of love, psychologisttheorizes that love is a mix of three components: some (1) passion, or phy ...
Jean RouchHe is a progenitor of ethnographic film.and John Collier Jr. would practice and theorise the genre as visual anthr ...
Peter Shor... s later greatly improved by the innovations of Claire Gmachl. Also in 1994,devised his quantum factorization algorithm. In 1996, SCALPEL electron lit ...
Otto Hölder... gamma function does not appear to satisfy any simple differential equation.proved in 1887 that the gamma function at least does not satisfy any algeb ...
Benjamin Franklin... tigate mesmerism; one was led by Joseph-Ignace Guillotin, the other, led by, included Bailly and Lavoisier. The commissioners learned about Mesmeric ...
Todd J. Henryof Georgia State University, Atlanta, USA, is the Consortium's founder and ...
EulerFollowing the classical dynamics of Newton and, the motion of a material body is produced by the action of externally ap ...
Carlo Fea... gain and built the Alessandrine neighborhood over it. But the excavation by, who began clearing the debris from the Arch of Septimius Severus in 1803 ...
Paul Wolfowitz... Bush nominated former deputy secretary of state Robert Zoellick to succeedas President of the World Bank Group. The Executive Directors unanimously ...
George Campbellwas another AT&T engineer working for them in their Boston facility. Campb ...
Casiri... patron, al-Mansour. Abulfaraj (Historia Compendosia Dynastiarum, p.291) andclaim that the cause was eating beans. Another attributes the cause of his ...
Auguste Comte... arose fundamental new challenges. Various 19th century intellectuals, fromto Karl Marx to Sigmund Freud, attempted to offer scientific and/or politi ...
Leslie Orgel... istof Koch, Pat Churchland, Vilayanur Ramachandran, Tomaso Poggio, the late, Terry Sejnowski, his son Michael Crick, and his youngest daughter the la ...
Carl Linnaeus... in his 1620 Prodromus. Brassica napobrassica was first validly published byin his 1753 work Species Plantarum as a variety of B. oleracea: B. olerace ...
Thomas Jefferson... n politics who participated in the Enlightenment were Benjamin Franklin and
George Bernard Shaw... Common rendered Übermensch as "Superman"; Common was anticipated in this by, who had done the same in his 1903 stage play Man and Superman. Walter Ka ...
Sadi Carnot... amic theorems from the principles developed by others, such as Clausius and
Otto Heinrich Warburg... to discover the function and significance of the electron transport chain.and Dean Burk discovered the I-quantum photosynthesis reaction that splits ...
Wilhelm Launhardt... y more or less starts with Johann Heinrich von Thünen and runs through bothand Alfred Weber to Walter Christaller and August Lösch
Maurice Wilkes... arts of the matrix to implement different instructions. The design inspiredto develop the concept of microprogramming
Sheila Jeffreys... views on prostitution include Kathleen Barry, Melissa Farley, Julie Bindel,, Catharine MacKinnon and Laura Lederer; the has also condemned prostituti ...
Euclid... s of influence in Greek pagan philosophy, including pagan philosophers likeand Aristotle, who based their logic on Monism and Aristotle's arguments a ...
Herbert Marcuse... ments despite his claiming that his philosophical views ignore metaphysics.criticized Being and Nothingness (1943) by Jean-Paul Sartre for projecting ...
Michael Pupin, inventor and Serbian immigrant to the USA, also played a part in the sto ...
Alfred Nobel... r to the economics prize, it is not a Nobel prize (i.e., a prize created by). However, unlike the economics prize it does not have any organizational ...
Edward B. Lewis... and how geometric transformations could be used to explain the variations.discovered homeotic genes, rooting the emerging discipline of evo-devo in ...
Simon KuznetsGDP was first developed byfor a US Congress report in 1934, who immediately said not to use it as a ...
Gaspard Bauhin... rich taxonomic history. The earliest account comes from the Swiss botanist, who wrote about it in his 1620 Prodromus. Brassica napobrassica was firs ...
Gilbert White... iased empirical research for modern estimates of biodiversity. In 1768 Rev.succinctly observed of his Selborne, Hampshire "all nature is so full, tha ...
Augustus Pitt Rivers... was influenced greatly by the work of the archaeologist Lieutenant General(1827–1900). The two constant themes in his attempts to improve archaeolog ...
James Crichton... surgeon was born in Dumfries as was John Craig, mathematician, and polymath. Benjamin Bell after being born in Dumfries went on to become considered ...
J. R. R. Tolkien... Tolkien (born 21 November 1924) is the third and youngest son of the author(1892–1973), and is best known as the editor of much of his father's posth ...
John GottmanAfter studying married couples for many years, psychologisthas proposed the theory of the "magic ratio" for successful marriages. The ...
Dean BurkOtto Heinrich Warburg anddiscovered the I-quantum photosynthesis reaction that splits the CO 2 , ac ...
Harald Bohr... applicable characterization of the gamma function was not given until 1922.and Johannes Mollerup then proved what is known as the Bohr–Mollerup theor ...
A. O. HumeInspired by a suggestion made by, a retired British civil servant, seventy-three Indian delegates met in B ...
Benjamin Franklin... ant figures in American politics who participated in the Enlightenment wereand Thomas Jefferson
Mercator... ller than the Pythagorean comma. This much smaller interval was later named's (see: )
George Brecht... l for Social Research in New York City were attended by Mac Low, Al Hansen,, and Dick Higgins, many of whom were working in other media with little o ...
Alfred Weber... with Johann Heinrich von Thünen and runs through both Wilhelm Launhardt andto Walter Christaller and August Lösch
Catharine MacKinnon... tion include Kathleen Barry, Melissa Farley, Julie Bindel, Sheila Jeffreys,and Laura Lederer; the has also condemned prostitution as "an intolerable ...
Ali ibn Rabban al-TabariRazi studied medicine under, however, Ibn al-Nadim indicates that he studied philosophy under al-Bakh ...
Paul Ehrlich... herapy as a science and development of antibacterials began in Germany within the late 1880s. Ehrlich noted that certain dyes would color human, anim ...
Keynesian... trade policy of the United States and Britain during the 19th Century, withstimulus policies
Pythagoras... a (or ditonic comma), named after the ancient mathematician and philosopher, is the small interval (or comma) existing in Pythagorean tuning between ...
Pliny the Elder... me authors identify the old settlement of Bilbao as Amanun Portus, cited by, or with Flaviobriga, by Ptolemy. There are also ancient walls, discovere ...
Claude Shannon... one has been explicitly formulated by Auguste Kerckhoffs (in the 1880s) and(in the 1940s); the statements are known as Kerckhoffs' principle and Shan ...
Nikolay Bogolyubov... v, who advised Boris Struminsky in this research. In the beginning of 1965,, Boris Struminsky and Albert Tavchelidze wrote a preprint with a more det ...
Ronny Reich... xcavating for a sewer near the present-day pool, uncovered stone steps, andand Eli Shukron (prominent archaeologists) were called in; it became obvio ...
J. R. R. TolkienHuston is also famous to a generation of fans of's Middle-earth stories as the voice of the wizard Gandalf in the Rankin/B ...
Albert O. Hirschman... Practice; Gunnar Myrdal's (1957) Economic Theory and Underdeveloped Regions;'s (1958) The Strategy of Economic Development; and Claude Ponsard's (195 ...
Ptolemy... Bilbao as Amanun Portus, cited by Pliny the Elder, or with Flaviobriga, by. There are also ancient walls, discovered below the Church of San Antón, ...
John Stuart Mill... es of freedom, tolerance, equality, and individual rights. Ernest Renan andare often thought to be early liberal nationalists. Liberal nationalists o ...
The Scarecrow... the Silver Age trends, he reintroduced characters including The Riddler and. Fox's "Remarkable Ruse of the Riddler" (with art by Sheldon Moldoff) in ...
Ernest Becker... the fundamental tenets. Terror management theory, based on the writings ofand Otto Rank, is a developing area of study within the academic study of ...
Varro... was changed to 1 January. Ancient authors attributed it to Numa Pompilius.states that, according to M. Fulvius Nobilior (consul in 189 BC), who had ...
Joseph Bell... me considered the first Scottish scientific surgeon. His great grandson waswho Arthur Conan Doyle has credited Sherlock Holmes as being loosely based ...
John H. MooreIn 2002, the anthropologistestimated that a population of 150–180 would allow normal reproduction for ...
Elaine Showalter... is advances he cursed her so that her prophetic warnings would go unheeded.called Nightingale's writing "a major text of English feminism, a link bet ...
Eli Shukron... sewer near the present-day pool, uncovered stone steps, and Ronny Reich and(prominent archaeologists) were called in; it became obvious to them that ...
James Hopwood Jeans... and as founded on exercises using the method of inversion, such as found intextbook Mathematical Theory of Electricity and Magnetism
Aldo Leopold... particular religion and patriarchal tendency have subsided to some degree.Leopold was born in 1887 and educated at Yale University. He developed the ...
Richard Ned Lebow... e Government Department, whose prominent professors include Stephen Brooks,, and William Wohlforth, was ranked the top solely undergraduate political ...
Daniel BernoulliIn 1738published Hydrodynamica, which laid the basis for the kinetic theory of ga ...
Stephen Jay Gould... r the modern evolutionary synthesis was established (roughly 1936 to 1947).called this approach to explaining evolution as terminal addition; as if e ...
Alexander Hamilton... rs may have been more directly deist. These include James Madison, possibly, Ethan Allen
Didymus of Alexandria... ks, still extant in an abridged form, compiled, according to the Suda, fromand "The Tarrhaean" (Lucillus of Tarrha, a polis in Crete). In the work, t ...
Nikolay Bogolyubov... en by the Pauli exclusion principle): Boris Struminsky was a PhD student of. The problem considered in this preprint was suggested by Nikolay Bogolyu ...
Claude Ponsard... ons; Albert O. Hirschman's (1958) The Strategy of Economic Development; and's (1958) Histoire des Théorie Économique Spatiales. Nonetheless, Walter I ...
Charles Hermite... a corresponds exactly to Euler's gamma function; a proof was first given byin 1900. Instead of finding a specialized proof for each formula, it would ...
Marx... ased by selling it), then profit was impossible. David Ricardo (seconded by) responded to this paradox by arguing that Smith had confused labour with ...
Melissa Farley... omen. Feminists who hold such views on prostitution include Kathleen Barry,, Julie Bindel, Sheila Jeffreys, Catharine MacKinnon and Laura Lederer; th ...
Tomaso Poggio... Benzer, Aaron Klug, Christof Koch, Pat Churchland, Vilayanur Ramachandran,, the late Leslie Orgel, Terry Sejnowski, his son Michael Crick, and his y ...
Margaret ThatcherOn the election of's government, Lawson was appointed to the position of Financial Secretary ...
Barnum BrownOn August 11, 1910, American paleontologistdiscovered the remains of a large group of Albertosaurus at another quarry ...
Mikhail Lomonosov... s of the kinetic theory (which were neglected by their contemporaries) were(1747), Georges-Louis Le Sage (ca. 1780, published 1818), John Herapath (1 ...
Empedocles... ted from the nearby harbour of Porto Empedocle (named after the philosopherwho lived in ancient Akragas). However, nowadays Agrigento is one of the p ...
Bartók... music theory. Although these include analyses of music by Mozart, Debussy,, Stravinsky, Goeyvaerts, Boulez, Nono, Johannes Fritsch, Michael von Biel ...
Otto Rank... enets. Terror management theory, based on the writings of Ernest Becker and, is a developing area of study within the academic study of psychology. I ...
Gough Whitlam... ration and the National Film and Television Training School. Prime Ministercontinued to support Australian film. The South Australian Film Corporatio ...
Marie-Louise von Franz... ity as a thinker derives precisely from this' - the maximal interpretation.accepted that 'it is naturally very tempting to identify the hypothesis of ...
Albert SchultensBut d'Orville andhelped him to private teaching and reading for the press, by which he was ...
W. E. B. Du BoisIn 1956, Robeson, along with close friend, compared the anti-Stalinist revolution in Hungary to the "same sort of p ...
Leo Strauss... elements of his thought were emphasized by Carl Schmitt, Joseph Schumpeter,, Hans Morgenthau, and Raymond Aron. According to Austrian economist Ludwi ...
J. R. R. Tolkien... in MMORPGs. 2007 saw the release of The Lord of the Rings Online, based on's Middle-earth. Other licensed MMORPGs include The Matrix Online, based o ...
James DewarHydrogen was liquefied for the first time byin 1898 by using regenerative cooling and his invention, the vacuum flask. ...
Richard Dunthorne... hard Euler for his (assumed) contribution to the work of Mayer, £50 each toand Israel Lyons for contributing methods to shorten the calculations conn ...
Ebenezer Cunningham... formal maps for relating solutions of Maxwell’s equations was identified by(1908) and Harry Bateman (1910). Their training at Cambridge University ha ...
Ptolemy... an anciently recognized constellation, catalogued along with many others in's Almagest, but not historically referred to as a zodiac constellation
Karl Marx... uages resulting in many people being unable to communicate with each other.wrote about the creation of nations as requiring a bourgeois revolution an ...
Adolf Bastian... hological "motifs," Hubert and Mauss's "categories of the imagination," and's "primordial thoughts.
James Hetfield... due to drinking, drug use, violent behavior and personality conflicts with, Lars Ulrich, and original Metallica bassist Ron McGovney. Two months aft ...
Isaac Newton... enly that human beings themselves could be understood as complex machines ., influenced by Descartes, but also, like Bacon, a proponent of experiment ...
Ken Wilber... authors associated with the new age community have also advocated vitalism.(1996) has argued that a purposive force guides the course of evolution. D ...
Hermann Weyl... become distorted. Only when N = 3 or 1 are both problems avoided. In 1922,showed that Maxwell's theory of electromagnetism works only when N = 3 and ...
Joseph Schumpeter... abermas. Different elements of his thought were emphasized by Carl Schmitt,, Leo Strauss, Hans Morgenthau, and Raymond Aron. According to Austrian ec ...
Emmanuel Todd... ively high propensity to " with rates ranging from 20% to 50%. According tothe relatively high exogamy among French Algerians can be explained by the ...
Nikolai Kardashev... hat a Type I civilization will form under the Kardashev scale, according to's extrapolation of 1% energy usage growth per year
EuclidThe first to mention the comma's proportion of 531441:524288 was, who takes as a basis the whole tone of Pythagorean tuning with the ratio ...
Morlet... sics. The equivalent French word ondelette meaning "small wave" was used byand Grossmann in the early 1980s
Doris Day... , and sign an online petition asking the party leader to change his name to(after the singer/actress). Producers claim to have obtained in excess of ...
Kurt Benirschke... y between closely related species is the muntjac, which was investigated byand his colleague Doris Wurster. The diploid number of the Chinese muntjac ...
Raymond Aron... sized by Carl Schmitt, Joseph Schumpeter, Leo Strauss, Hans Morgenthau, and. According to Austrian economist Ludwig von Mises, who had met Weber duri ...
Conny [Palm... ntional and unnoticed pun after officials denied usage of the name CONIAC (Integrator And Calculator, compare Cognac and ENIAC) for the predecessor B ...
Harry Bateman... ons of Maxwell’s equations was identified by Ebenezer Cunningham (1908) and(1910). Their training at Cambridge University had given them facility wit ...
Deborah Tannen... e would object to their classification as "self-help" literature, as with "'s denial of the self-help role of her books" so as to maintain her academ ...
Leonhard Euler... sis of the lunar data in the early decades of the Nautical Almanac, £300 tofor his (assumed) contribution to the work of Mayer, £50 each to Richard D ...
Gunnar Myrdal... ortation; Melvin L. Greenhut's (1956) Plant Location in Theory and Practice;'s (1957) Economic Theory and Underdeveloped Regions; Albert O. Hirschman ...
Stephen Harper... ng, PETA began a petition in memory of Smith to the Canadian Prime Ministerto end the annual tradition. In another ad the following year, Smith posed ...
Gerhard Domagk... ntibacterial antibiotic, Prontosil, was developed by a research team led byin 1932 at the Bayer Laboratories of the IG Farben conglomerate in Germany ...
Harper government... to low- and medium-income families, similar to that recently enacted by the. While unpopular with the province's anti-poverty movement and the then-m ...
Linus Pauling... stable helical conformation of amino acid chains in proteins (the α helix).was the first to identify the 3.6 amino acids per helix turn ratio of the ...
Abu Rayhan Biruni... me. Aruzi Samarqandi describes how before Avicenna left Khwarezm he had met(a famous scientist and astronomer), Abu Nasr Iraqi (a renowned mathematic ...
James T. Richardson... extent, be manipulated at will by outside sources. According to sociologist, some of the concepts of brainwashing have spread to other fields and are ...
Gabriel Tarde... ader to familiar frameworks...what the French fin de siecle social theoristcalled 'the grooves of borrowed thought'.
Joseph Swan... the first public building to be lit by electric light, during a lecture byon 20 October 1880
Hans Morgenthau... is thought were emphasized by Carl Schmitt, Joseph Schumpeter, Leo Strauss,, and Raymond Aron. According to Austrian economist Ludwig von Mises, who ...
Brainiac... athing room for the heroes, but the various supervillains join forces under(who murders Alexi Luthor of Earth-Two for trying to take leadership) and ...
Thomas BradwardineHow to react to Pelagius has remained a question in Christian theology.(c. 1290-1349) wrote De causa Dei contra Pelagium et de virtute causarum a ...
Max Tegmark... cannot be stable; electrons would either fall into the nucleus or disperse.expands on the preceding argument in the following anthropic manner. If T ...
René DescartesInfluenced both by Galileo's new physics and Bacon,argued soon after that mathematics and geometry provided a model of how sc ...
Rauf Yekta Bey... graphical shape of the accidentals. The most widely used system (created by) uses a system of 4 sharps (roughly +25 cents, +75 cents, +125 cents and ...
EudoxusLibra is a constellation not mentioned byor Aratus. In Roman mythology, Libra is considered to depict the scales he ...
Benjamin FranklinThe colonies were independent of each other before 1774 as efforts led byto form a colonial union through the Albany Congress of 1765 had not made ...
Max Weber... ns and nationalism include: Henry Maine, Ferdinand Tönnies, Emile Durkheim,, and Talcott Parsons
Sigmund Freud... husser describes these changes as "overdetermined", using a term taken from. This interpretation allows us to account for the way in which many diffe ...
Wangari Maathai... has been awarded to a diverse group of people and organisations, including, Astrid Lindgren, Bianca Jagger, Mordechai Vanunu, Petra Kelly and Memori ...
PurshBitterroot (Lewisia rediviva) is a small, low plant with a pink to white flower. It is the state flowe ...
John Gorton, Prime Minister of Australia from 1968–1971, initiated several forms of G ...
Matteo Ricci... d by the overland route. By c. 1600, the Jesuits stationed in China, led by, were pretty sure that it was, but others were not convinced yet. To chec ...
Jean Orry... the finances along lines that had been established by the French economist
Oswald Avery... a candidate genetic molecule. In the 1944 Avery-MacLeod-McCarty experiment,and his collaborators showed that a heritable phenotypic difference could ...
R. C. Tolman... a Rockefeller Foundation Scholar. There he met the theoretical cosmologist, and studied relativistic cosmology
Paul EhrenfestIn 1920,showed that if we fix T = 1 and let N > 3, the orbit of a planet about its ...
Joan CrawfordDavis andplayed two aging sisters, former actresses forced by circumstance to share ...
John Gorrie... in 1805, Jacob Perkins patented the first refrigerating machine in 1834 andpatented his mechanical refrigeration machine in 1851 in the US to make ic ...
Mill... as the central error of certain moral theories, such as those propounded byand Sidgwick. Since then, the term has become common in English-language e ...
Stephen A. Kent... nwashing the child to make sex abuse accusations against the other parent".analyzes and summarizes the use of the brainwashing meme by non-sociologis ...
Ferdinand Tönnies... e modernist interpretation of nations and nationalism include: Henry Maine,, Emile Durkheim, Max Weber, and Talcott Parsons
Jan IngenhouszIn 1778,, court physician to the Austrian Empress, repeated Priestley's experiment ...
E. F. SchumacherDistributism is known to have had an influence on the economist, a convert to Catholicism
Avicenna... dence of political analysis, while the Middle Eastern Aristotelians such asand later Maimonides and Averroes, continued Aristotle's tradition of anal ...
Lewis Carroll... hed patients, most notably The Reverend Charles L. Dodgson (better known as) who had been a regular visitor to Ore House
Marlon Brando... ish state in Israel. Directed by Stella Adler's brother and acted alongside. Ten years later, in 1955-1956, he had his biggest stage success as the c ...
Thomas Jefferson... cases considered significant to the history of religious freedom. In 1779,wrote the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom, enacted in 1786 by the V ...
Israel Lyons... sumed) contribution to the work of Mayer, £50 each to Richard Dunthorne andfor contributing methods to shorten the calculations connected with lunar ...
Jacob Perkins... iver Evans designed the first closed circuit refrigeration machine in 1805,patented the first refrigerating machine in 1834 and John Gorrie patented ...
Martin RodbellG proteins were discovered when Alfred G. Gilman andinvestigated stimulation of cells by adrenaline. They found that, when adr ...
Alan Walters... Lawson and Thatcher and was exacerbated by the re-employment by Thatcher ofas personal economic adviser. Lawson's conduct of policy had become a stru ...
Lyman Spitzer... ion. It is one of the earliest controlled fusion devices, first invented byin 1950 and built the next year at what later became the Princeton Plasma ...
Ulric Neissercoined the term "cognitive psychology" in his book Cognitive Psychology, p ...
Nissim ben Reuben Gerondi... reasoning are obligatory upon Jew and Gentile alike. The 14th century Rabbiadded the commandment of charity
Murray Gell-MannThe word quark was coined by American physicist(b. 1929) in its present sense. It originally comes from the phrase "Three ...
Margaret Thatcher... e of conservative neoliberal politicians such as Ronald Reagan in the U.S.,in Britain, and Brian Mulroney in Canada, the Western welfare state was at ...
Talcott Parsons... ism include: Henry Maine, Ferdinand Tönnies, Emile Durkheim, Max Weber, and
Democritus... final causes, and was therefore materialist, like the ancient philosophy ofand Epicurus. But he also added a theme that science should seek to contro ...
Joseph Schumpeter... c claims Weber makes in his historical analysis. For example, the economistargued that capitalism did not begin with the Industrial Revolution but in ...
Joseph Priestley... ant's biomass comes from the inputs of photosynthesis, not the soil itself., a chemist and minister, discovered that, when he isolated a volume of ai ...
Sigmund Freud... of the story. Film historian Stuart M. Kaminsky notes that Huston presents, played by Montgomery Clift, "as a kind of savior and messiah", with an " ...
François Perroux... lude: Edward H. Chamberlin's (1950) The Theory of Monopolistic Competition ;'s (1950) Economic Spaces: Theory and Application; Torsten Hägerstrand's ...
Lamberto Dini... government was succeeded by a technical government headed by Prime Minister, which left office in early 1996
Rudolf ClausiusIn 1865, the German physicist, in his Mechanical Theory of Heat, suggested that the principles of therm ...
Isaac Newton... greatest scientific minds of the day to work on the problem, including Sir, and put up prizes for those who could demonstrate a working device or me ...
Piet HeinThe game was invented by the Danish mathematician, who introduced it in 1942 at the Niels Bohr Institute. It was independen ...
Rupert MurdochAfter, the head of Fox Studios and an Australian, saw the new Fox studios were ...
Marilyn Monroe... he star, died of a heart attack a few days before the filming was completed;never did another film and died of apparent suicide a year later; and cos ...
Benjamin Franklin... the first official U.S. stamps were created, 5 and 10 cent issues depictingand George Washington. A few other countries issued stamps in the late 184 ...
Ludwig BoltzmannIn 1871,generalized Maxwell's achievement and formulated the Maxwell–Boltzmann dis ...
C. Wright Mills... itings were produced by such sociological luminaries as Talcott Parsons and. Parsons in particular imparted to Weber's works a functionalist, teleolo ...
Noam Chomsky... ate 1950s and early 1960s following the "cognitive revolution" initiated by's 1959 critique of behaviorism and empiricism more generally. The origins ...
Josef Maria Eder... some of its practical shortcomings were addressed by the Austrian scientist(1855–1944) and Flemish-born botanist (1896–1960), (who, in 1919/1920, joi ...
Aristotle... Aristotelians such as Avicenna and later Maimonides and Averroes, continued's tradition of analysis and empiricism, writing commentaries on Aristotle ...
Robert Axelrod... ender and receiver of that help, this tendency has been noted in studies bythat are summarized in his book The Evolution of Cooperation (1984). The s ...
Nicolas-Théodore de Saussure... on dioxide and release oxygen under the influence of light. Soon afterward,showed that the increase in mass of the plant as it grows could not be due ...
Simon Kuznets... ch as social and environmental concerns. Examples of externalities include:in his very first report to the US Congress in 1934 said: ...the welfare o ...
Sean B. Carroll... in the evolution of morphological diversity. Several biologists, includingof the University of Wisconsin–Madison suggest that "changes in the cis-re ...
Averroes... the Middle Eastern Aristotelians such as Avicenna and later Maimonides and, continued Aristotle's tradition of analysis and empiricism, writing comm ...
Alan Turing... traced back as early as Descartes in the 17th century, and proceeding up toin the 1940s and '50s. The cognitive approach was brought to prominence by ...
Boethius... h century, believed that Asser also assisted Alfred with his translation of
Richard Ofshe... areer as an expert witness ended at this time. She was meant to appear within the 1990 U.S. v. Fishman Case, in which Steven Fishman claimed to have ...
Jean SenebierIn 1796,, a Swiss pastor, botanist, and naturalist, demonstrated that green plants ...
Oliver Stone... lick, David Cronenberg, Mike Nichols, Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg and. He has had a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame since 1989. In televisio ...
Julius ScheinerThe Scheinergrade (Sch.) system was devised by the German astronomer(1858–1913) in 1894 originally as a method of comparing the speeds of plat ...
Michael Faraday... pard Monge liquefied the first gas producing liquid sulfur dioxide in 1784.liquefied ammonia to cause cooling, Oliver Evans designed the first closed ...
Theodor W. Adorno... he latter half of the 20th century to a realization of its unattainability.said in 1970, "It is now taken for granted that nothing which concerns art ...
Max HorkheimerWeber has influenced many later social theorists, such as Theodor Adorno,, György Lukács and Jürgen Habermas. Different elements of his thought wer ...
Aristotle( , trans. Colburn)also found cause to quote him
A. S. Eddington... which Dingle considered overly speculative and not based on empirical data.was another target of Dingle's critique, and the ensuing debate eventually ...
Romano Prodi... tions led to the victory of a centre-left coalition under the leadership of. Prodi's first government became the third-longest to stay in power befor ...
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe... ime to read the works of Homer, William Shakespeare, Friedrich Schiller and, and he saw London, Niagara Falls, and Rio de Janeiro during his stops in ...
Mwai Kibaki... s of the National Rainbow Coalition (NaRC) to parliament and NaRC candidate(b. 1931) to the presidency. Voters rejected the Kenya African National Un ...
Proclus... of the Goddess from the Parthenon, a beautiful woman appeared in a dream to, a devotee of Athena, and announced that the "Athenian Lady" wished to dw ...
Albert Einstein... etical constructs, rather than real objects. An important turning point was's (1905) and Marian Smoluchowski's (1906
Gaspard Monge... umented public demonstration of artificial refrigeration by William Cullen,liquefied the first gas producing liquid sulfur dioxide in 1784. Michael F ...
Julius Pokorny... ho of the ancient fame of the magic hand of Nodens the Catcher". Similarly,derives the name from a Proto-Indo-European root *neu-d- meaning "acquire, ...
William F. Albright... am was succeeded by his son, Ahaz in the seventeenth year of Pekah's reign.has dated his reign to 737 – 732 BC, while E. R. Thiele, following H. J. C ...
Martin KamenSamuel Ruben andused radioactive isotopes to determine that the oxygen liberated in photos ...
Aristotle... enes, Lysias, Isocrates and many others. The Attic Greek of the philosopher(384-322 BC), whose mentor was Plato, dates from the period of transition ...
Gilbert N. Lewis... 1923 textbook Thermodynamics and the Free Energy of Chemical Substances byand Merle Randall. This book was responsible for supplanting the chemical ...
Mwai Kibaki... s routed the ruling KANU party, and its leader, Moi's former vice-president, was elected President by a large majority
Doris Day... year, plus unlimited access to MCA's clients such as Stewart, Rock Hudson,and Alfred Hitchcock to make films for Universal
Eratosthenes... the earliest Christian scholars to estimate the circumference of Earth with' method. Thomas Aquinas (1225–1274), the most important and widely taught ...
Jürgen Habermas... social theorists, such as Theodor Adorno, Max Horkheimer, György Lukács and. Different elements of his thought were emphasized by Carl Schmitt, Josep ...
Arthur von Oettingen... d extension of the notation principles first used by Hermann von Helmholtz,and Alexander John Ellis which is rapidly becoming adopted by musicians wo ...
Tobias Mayer... rrison before he received his main prize, an award of £3000 to the widow of, whose lunar tables were the basis of the lunar data in the early decades ...
Arthur Koestler... force is guiding the course of biological evolution was the science writer(1967, 1978). Koestler provided examples of evolutionary development that ...
Graeme Barker... ep and goats reached Egypt from the Near East possibly as early as 6000 BC.states "The first indisputable evidence for domestic plants and animals in ...
Claudius James Rich... with the purchase of Assyrian and Babylonian antiquities from the widow of
Carl JungCollective unconscious is a term of analytical psychology, coined by. It is proposed to be a part of the unconscious mind, expressed in humani ...
Hermann von Helmholtz... a modern adaptation and extension of the notation principles first used by, Arthur von Oettingen and Alexander John Ellis which is rapidly becoming ...
Varshni... he relationship between band gap energy and temperature can be described by's empirical expression
Albert Einstein... Astronomical Society from 1951 to 1953, is best known for his opposition to's special theory of relativity and the protracted controversy that this p ...
J. R. R. Tolkien... ame Nuada probably derives from a Celtic stem *noudont- or *noudent-, whichsuggested was related to a Germanic root meaning "acquire, have the use of ...
Wolverine... ishop, and Gambit — who became one of the most popular X-Men (rivaling evenin size of fanbase), but many of the later additions to the team came and ...
Carl von Weizsäcker... are born in the CNO cycle. The CNO-I process was independently proposed byand Hans Bethe in 1938 and 1939, respectively
Joseph Cornell... in the collections of New York artist, sculptor and experimental filmmaker. One rare original Little Prince watercolour would be mysteriously sold a ...
Noam Chomsky... ch broader layers of the population, and were championed by figures such as. The 2003 invasion of Iraq led to a significant anti-war movement in whic ...
Walter Isard... plines. Regional science's formal roots date to the aggressive campaigns byand his supporters to promote the "objective" and "scientific" analysis of ...
Esther Lederberg... a test tube. However, some people (such as fellow researcher and colleague) thought that Crick's views were overly optimisti
Eugene Wigner... fundamental. First, the particles were classified by charge and isospin byand Werner Heisenberg; then, in 1953, according to strangeness by Murray G ...
William Cullen... – The first documented public demonstration of artificial refrigeration by, Gaspard Monge liquefied the first gas producing liquid sulfur dioxide in ...
Marinus of NeapolisThis role is expressed in a number of stories about Athena.reports that when Christians removed the statue of the Goddess from the Pa ...
Gregor Mendel... In Crick’s view, Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution by natural selection,’s genetics and knowledge of the molecular basis of genetics, when combine ...
Donald Broadbent... in the 1940s and '50s. The cognitive approach was brought to prominence by's book Perception and Communication in 1958. Since that time, the dominan ...
Leonardo da Vinci... ernardino Ferrari and others, as well as tempera polyptych of the school of
Marian Smoluchowski... n real objects. An important turning point was Albert Einstein's (1905) and's (1906
Paul Kammerer... lf study, and kept studying on his own. His neighbour, the famous biologist, became a mentor and an example to the young Ludwig. In 1918 he started h ...
Merle Randall... dynamics and the Free Energy of Chemical Substances by Gilbert N. Lewis and. This book was responsible for supplanting the chemical affinity for the ...
Carl Schmitt... s and Jürgen Habermas. Different elements of his thought were emphasized by, Joseph Schumpeter, Leo Strauss, Hans Morgenthau, and Raymond Aron. Accor ...
Pliny... Classical sources on the Seres (Greek and Roman name of China) (essentiallyand Ptolemy) gives the following account
Persi DiaconisBorn in Far Rockaway, New York, his first career (likea generation later) was stage magic. He then earned a BSc from the Univers ...
Blaise Pascal... titution which would greatly influence other contemporary figures including. Port-Royal was run by followers of Jansenism, a theology condemned as he ...
Brethren of Purity... hīr al-dīn al-Bayhaqī (d. 1169) considered Avicenna to be a follower of the. excerpt: " ... [Dimitri Gutas's Avicenna's maḏhab] convincingly demonstr ...
Joan Crawford... ing down at traffic from a large floodlit billboard. Years later, MGM rivalwould disparagingly refer to Shearer as "Miss Lotta Miles"
Carmel Schrire... tes of the frequency of newborn female infanticide in the Inuit population.mentions diverse studies ranging from 15-50% to 80%
Martin SeligmanPsychologistprovides the acronym PERMA to summarize Positive Psychology's correlationa ...
Louis Jolyon West... : Behavior, Experience, and Theory (1975), senior US government researchersand Ronald K. Siegel explain how drug prohibition can be used for selectiv ...
Jung... e. A later figure was Viktor Frankl, who briefly met Freud and studied withas a young man. His logotherapy can be regarded as a form of existentialis ...
Joseph Priestley... of his attempt to investigate the law of electrical repulsions as stated byin England
George Davis Snell... Owen Chamberlain (Physics, 1959), K. Barry Sharpless (Chemistry, 2001), and(Physiology or Medicine, 1980). Educators include the current chancellor o ...
Vernor VingeThe poem was referenced in's hard science fiction novel A Fire Upon the Deep
Sergey KorolyovAfter the flight of Yuri Gagarin in 1961,, the chief Soviet rocket engineer, came up with the idea of putting a wom ...
Pliny the Elder... f Ptolemaic Egypt and contemporary of Ashoka the Great, is also recorded byas having sent an ambassador named Dionysius to the Mauryan court
René GirardPhilosopher of social sciencementions Mirandola passingly in his book Des choses cachées depuis la fond ...
Eudoxus of CnidusAthenaeus (392d) summarizes a story by(c. 355 BCE ) telling how Heracles the son of Zeus by Asteria (= ‘Ashtart ...
Muhammad al-Idrisi... brew word, as string-like shapes made of semolina and dried before cooking., wrote in 1154 that itriyya was manufactured and exported from Norman Sic ...
Yosef Garfinkel... t. In 1997–1998, a large scale salvage project was conducted at the site byon behalf of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and nearly 1,000 sq.m were ...
Ray Lankester... nimal testing. The legislation was promoted by Charles Darwin, who wrote toin March 1871: "You ask about my opinion on vivisection. I quite agree tha ...
Ray Hyman... nnual Prize in Critical Thinking. The first award was shared by CSI fellowsand Joe Nickell and by Andrew Skolnick for their reports in 2005 on CSICOP ...
Suzette Haden Elgin... print titles. One of these titles, The Gentle Art of Verbal Self-Defense by, has sold over 250,000 copies. The reissued edition of The Columbia Histo ...
Victor S. Miller... ptic curves in cryptography was suggested independently by Neal Koblitz andin 1985
Joseph Fourier’s... to experimental phenomena, most influentially with the French mathematiciananalytical treatment of the flow of heat, as published in 1822
Sandman (Wesley Dodds)... prison. He also appeared occasionally as the inspiration for the Golden Agein the pages of Sandman Mystery Theatre
Leó Szilárd... ling hands". In 1932, the physicist and conceiver of nuclear chain reactionread The World Set Free, a book which he said made a great impression on h ...
Niels Bohr... ed the strange properties of the photoelectric effect. The Danish physicistused this same constant in 1913 to explain the stability of Rutherford’s a ...
Neal Koblitz... . The use of elliptic curves in cryptography was suggested independently byand Victor S. Miller in 1985
Rupert Murdoch... ds. The party benefited from the support of the proprietor of News Limited,, who preferred Whitlam over McMahon. Labor was so dominant in the campaig ...
Gerald Gazdar... ars (CFGs) in terms of their weak generative capacity were later disproved.and Geoffrey Pullum have argued that despite a few non-context-free constr ...
Luigi GalvaniIn the late 18th century the Italian physician and anatomistmarked the birth of electrochemistry by establishing a bridge between chem ...
Greg Kuperberg... e Development and Envelopment at MIT, which was posted on Usenet in 1989 by, who wrote
Alan Sokal... ntific retention of untested and untestable theories continues to this day.published an analysis of the wide acceptance among professional nurses of ...
Kay Kyser and His Kollege of Musical Knowledge... nny Werblin as his right-hand man. Wasserman helped create MCA's radio show, which debuted on NBC Radio that same year. Following that success, Stein ...
Owen Chamberlain... d "genius grants"). Dartmouth has also graduated three Nobel Prize winners:(Physics, 1959), K. Barry Sharpless (Chemistry, 2001), and George Davis Sn ...
Ptolemy... long been considered the oldest city of Poland because it was mentioned byin the 2nd century A.D., but the claim is now doubted by some (cf. Calisia ...
Charles Doolittle WalcottMarrella was the first fossil collected byfrom the Burgess Shale. Walcott described Marrella informally as a "lace c ...
Pliny the Elder... man and Arabic naturalists and physicians. Several ancient writers, such asand Scribonius Largus, attested to the numbing effect of electric shocks d ...
Charles Darwin... fically aimed at regulating animal testing. The legislation was promoted by, who wrote to Ray Lankester in March 1871: "You ask about my opinion on v ...
PlinySeveral authors of antiquity (Apollonius Rhodius,, Philostephanus) discussed the hypothetical shape of the ship. Generally ...
Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac... expand to the same extent over the same 80 kelvin interval. Later, in 1802,published results of similar experiments, indicating a linear relationship ...
Louis de Broglie... blished that light carries momentum and can scatter off particles, and whenasserted that matter can be seen as behaving as a wave in much the same wa ...
Sadi Carnot... e universe into question. Drawing upon the engineering theory of Lazare and, and Émile Clapeyron; the experimentation of James Prescott Joule on the ...
Jacques CharlesIn 1787 the French physicistfound that oxygen, nitrogen, hydrogen, carbon dioxide, and air expand to t ...
Charles François de Cisternay du FayBy the mid—18th century the French chemisthad discovered two types of static electricity, and that like charges repe ...
Stanley Rossiter Benedict... or Benedict's test) is a chemical reagent named after an American chemist,
Joe Nickell... Critical Thinking. The first award was shared by CSI fellows Ray Hyman andand by Andrew Skolnick for their reports in 2005 on CSICOP's testing of Na ...
Edme MariotteThe above relationship has also been attributed toand is sometimes referred to as Mariotte's law. However, Mariotte's work w ...
Leonardo da Vinci... , he was apprenticed under Giovanni Francesco Rustici, a sculptor friend of. Among his earliest works was a Saint Jerome in wax, made for Giuliano de ...
Frank Drake... ns, an idea that he had first developed informally with American astronomerin 1975. In the novel The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by ...
Daniel DennettIn his book "Kinds of Minds", philosopherwrote, "Dualism...and Vitalism (the view that living things contain some s ...
Leonardo da Vinci... d as a quality inseparable from art and thus necessary for its success; for, art, neither more nor less than his other endeavors, was a manifestation ...
Manfred R. Schroeder... in the excitating sound build up in notably different sound waves. In 1964,published "A new method of Measuring Reverberation Time" in the Journal of ...
Isaac Newton... olars then teaching mathematics and medicine, including Dr. John Radcliffe,, and Samuel Pepys. However, Arbuthnot lacked the money to be a full-time ...
Andrew GreeleyRoman Catholic priest and authorcriticized liberation theology in his 2009 fictional book Irish Tweed. In ...
Wilhelm GrimmDamon played a fictionalized version ofin Terry Gilliam's fantasy adventure The Brothers Grimm (2005), which was ...
Buys Ballot... ing the colour of binary stars. The Doppler effect of sound was verified byin 1845. In Doppler's time in Prague as a professor he published over 50 a ...
Jacob Bronowski... and artists including James Reeves, Norman Cameron, John Aldridge, Len Lye,, and Honor Wyatt. The house is now a museum. Progress of Stories (1935) w ...
Ira L. Baldwin... armaceuticals executive George W. Merck and for many years was conducted by, professor of bacteriology at the University of Wisconsin. Baldwin became ...
John D. Barrow... of universal gravitation. While Kant's argument is historically important,says that it "...gets the punch-line back to front: it is the three-dimens ...
Mary Pickford... 1919, Chaplin co-founded the United Artists film distribution company with, Douglas Fairbanks and D. W. Griffith, all of whom were seeking to escape ...
Freud... rl, Heidegger and Sartre. A later figure was Viktor Frankl, who briefly metand studied with Jung as a young man. His logotherapy can be regarded as a ...
Noam ChomskyAcademicargues that Drug laws are currently, and have historically, been used by t ...
Jean-Baptiste Colbert... and for the crops. The French-enacted Code Noir ("Black Code"), prepared byand ratified by Louis XIV, had established rules on slave treatment and pe ...
Wilhelm von HumboldtThe university constitution was adopted in 1827. In the spirit ofthe constitution emphasized the autonomy of the university and the unity o ...
Lazare... view of the universe into question. Drawing upon the engineering theory ofand Sadi Carnot, and Émile Clapeyron; the experimentation of James Prescot ...
Charles-Augustin de Coulomb... to be opposed by Benjamin Franklin's one-fluid theory later in the century.developed the law of electrostatic attraction in 1785 as an outgrowth of h ...
Carl SaganIn his science fiction novel Contact, NASA scientistsuggested that prime numbers could be used as a means of communicating wit ...
Claude Bernard... ents on animals were necessary to advance medical and biological knowledge., known as the "prince of vivisectors" and the father of physiology—whose ...
Alcuin... as quoted by several writers in Britain of the 8th century - Aldhelm, Bede,- and was abridged or largely used in the next century by Hrabanus Maurus ...
Sir Karl Popper... be able to see that I fully accept the recent philosophical achievements ofwith his concept of three worlds. I was a dualist, now I am a trialist! Ca ...
Kurt GödelOn its surface, GEB examines logician, artist M. C. Escher and composer Johann Sebastian Bach, discussing commo ...
Kamoya KimeuOn site,found a Hominid fossil. Richard took it to be Homo erectus, but Louis iden ...
Mary Baker EddySince 2010, Kilmer has been working on a film about the life of, the founder of the Christian Science church, and Mark Twain, one of her ...
Thomas Johann Seebeck... ermoelectric currents and anticipated the discovery of thermoelectricity by
Michel Maffesoli... o-tribalist" view akin to the "post-modernist" theory of French Sociologist. The "re-tribalization" of the modern, mass-society world envisioned by M ...
Trygve Haavelmo... s at the University of Oslo, where he was taught by the Nobel Prize winnersand Ragnar Frisch. He graduated with the cand.oecon. degree in 1953. Since ...
Norbert Wiener... scientist combining physics and philosophy. Together with Warren McCulloch,, John von Neumann, Lawrence J. Fogel, and others, Heinz von Foerster was ...
Ragnar Frisch... of Oslo, where he was taught by the Nobel Prize winners Trygve Haavelmo and. He graduated with the cand.oecon. degree in 1953. Since 1951, Willoch wa ...
Adam Smithand David Hume were the founding fathers of anti-mercantilist thought. A n ...
Karl MarxHighgate Cemetery is the burial place of, Michael Faraday, Douglas Adams, George Eliot, Jacob Bronowski, Sir Ralph ...
Joseph Larmor... approach was suggested by Hendrik Lorentz along with George FitzGerald and. Both Larmor (1897) and Lorentz (1899, 1904) derived the Lorentz transfor ...
Lewis Carroll... ing company as "a metaphorical fugue on minds and machines in the spirit of"
Isaac Newton... e same time was put on the board trying to publish the Historia coelestius.and Edmund Halley wanted it published immediately, to support their work o ...
Mary Baker Eddy... studying spiritual healing, and being influenced by Emma Curtis Hopkins and(the founder of Christian Science)
Milton Berle... ing. Comedians borrowed, stole stuff and even bought bits from one another.and Robin Williams were famous for it. This was different. Leary had, prac ...
Aratus... 2, and a final summary in 1926. He cited not only Ptolemy but also the poet, the orator Cicero, and general Germanicus as colouring the star red, tho ...
Werner Heisenberg... “quantum” rather than a “classical” mechanics, formulated in matrix-form by, Max Born, and Pascual Jordan in 1925, were based on the probabilistic re ...
Alonzo Church... ceton University in 1959. He is one of many logicians to have studied under
David Orme-Johnson... biguity and vague analogy supported by constructing arbitrary similarities.and Robert Oates, retired colleagues of Hagelin from MUM, replied to this ...
Sigmund FreudPsychologist, Otto Rank, a rebellious disciple of, chose a substantial excerpt from Mirandola's Oration on the Dignity of M ...
WolverineIn the aftermath of the Schism series, the fallout betweenand Cyclops will lead to the revival and rebuilding of the original X-Mans ...
Brian Kernighan... ve a Wang C/A/T phototypesetter owned by the Labs; it was later enhanced byto support output to different equipment, such as laser printers and the l ...
Philip J. CurrieIn 2003,, benefiting from much more extensive finds and a general increase in anat ...
Lawrence J. Fogel... ilosophy. Together with Warren McCulloch, Norbert Wiener, John von Neumann,, and others, Heinz von Foerster was an architect of cybernetics
Jean-Martin CharcotThe eponym was bestowed by(1825–1893) on behalf of his resident, Georges Albert Édouard Brutus Gille ...
Camille ArambourgThe expedition consisted of three contingents: French, under, American, under Clark Howell, and Kenyan, led by Richard. Louis could no ...
William Thomson... athematical tripos training in mathematical analysis; the Glasgow physicistand his circle of associates established a new mathematical physics relati ...
Max Born... an a “classical” mechanics, formulated in matrix-form by Werner Heisenberg,, and Pascual Jordan in 1925, were based on the probabilistic relationship ...
Dale Russell... saurus skull material, no significant differences to separate the two taxa,declared the name Gorgosaurus a junior synonym of Albertosaurus, which had ...
Otto RankPsychologist,, a rebellious disciple of Sigmund Freud, chose a substantial excerpt from ...
George FitzGeraldA more theoretical approach was suggested by Hendrik Lorentz along withand Joseph Larmor. Both Larmor (1897) and Lorentz (1899, 1904) derived the ...
Lex Luthor... esentations of the Flash (Barry Allen), Earth-2 Superman, the Anti-Monitor,, and Brainiac. The third and final wave included action figure representa ...
Marilyn Monroe... d was photographed by Stephen Wayda. Smith said she planned to be "the next". Becoming one of Playboys most popular models, Smith was heavier and lar ...
Michael PersingerRecent studies into Remote Viewing suggest positive results., Cognitive Neuroscientist and professor at Laurentian University has publ ...
John von Neumann... ing physics and philosophy. Together with Warren McCulloch, Norbert Wiener,, Lawrence J. Fogel, and others, Heinz von Foerster was an architect of cy ...
Eugene Koonin... oups led by Stephen Altschul (another BLAST co-author), David Landsman, and(a prolific author on comparative genomics)
William Hyde WollastonBy the 1810smade improvements to the galvanic cell
John James Audubon... squirrels," probably in reference to the sound they make. In the mid-1800s,and his sons included a lithograph of the chipmunk in their Viviparous Qua ...
Miguel León-PortillaAccording to, in this new vision from Tlacaelel, the warriors that died in battle and ...
Alan Lloyd Hodgkin... ine for his work on the synapse. He shared the prize with Andrew Huxley and
Jacob Grimmtheorized that Hel (whom he refers to here as Halja, the theorized Proto-G ...
John Ehrlichman... ased on Richard Helms) in Washington: Behind Closed Doors, an adaptation of's roman a clef The Company, in turn based on the Watergate scandal
Wallace Clement SabineIn the late 19th century,started experiments at Harvard University to investigate the impact of abs ...
William James'views were ambivalent. While he believed in free will on "ethical grounds, ...
Andrew Huxley... hysiology or Medicine for his work on the synapse. He shared the prize withand Alan Lloyd Hodgkin
Howard HawksIn 1959, Wayne teamed up with directorto make Rio Bravo as a conservative response. Hawks explained, "I made Rio ...
Pascual Jordan... l” mechanics, formulated in matrix-form by Werner Heisenberg, Max Born, andin 1925, were based on the probabilistic relationship between discrete “st ...
Samuel JohnsonConversely, in 1774,published The Patriot, a critique of what he viewed as false patriotism. O ...
Ida C. Ward... uahia, Eastern Nigeria. From its proposal as a literary form in 1939 by Dr., it was gradually accepted by missionaries, writers, and publishers acros ...
Daniel Garrison Brinton... of Nagualism was initiated by noted archaeologist, linguist and ethnologistwho published which chronicled historical interpretations of the word and ...
Hendrik LorentzA more theoretical approach was suggested byalong with George FitzGerald and Joseph Larmor. Both Larmor (1897) and Lor ...
Johann Wilhelm RitterIn 1800, William Nicholson andsucceeded in decomposing water into hydrogen and oxygen by electrolysis. S ...
James Clerk Maxwell... Electricity and Magnetism, an 1873 treatise on electromagnetism written by, eleven general equations of the electromagnetic field are listed and the ...
Stephen Altschul... tics. He also leads an intramural research program, including groups led by(another BLAST co-author), David Landsman, and Eugene Koonin (a prolific a ...
Douglas Hofstadter... del, Escher, Bach: An Eternal Golden Braid (commonly GEB) is a 1979 book by, described by his publishing company as "a metaphorical fugue on minds an ...
Éamon de Valera... ns. As President of Dáil Éireann (Priomh Aire, or literally First Minister)was the highest official in the Republic at this time but was notionally o ...
Theodore H. Blau... 06) in 1988 (with a broad focus on the science and research of psychology).was the first clinician in independent practice to be elected president of ...
Murray BarrA Barr body (named after discoverer) is the inactive X chromosome in a female somatic cell, rendered inactive ...
Rachel Bromwich... orrowing of Caledfwlch from Irish Caladbolg has been considered unlikely byand D. Simon Evans. They suggest instead that both names "may have similar ...
Michael BilligOthers, such asor Jean Bethke Elshtain argue that the difference is difficult to discern ...
Plato... cient roots; indeed, it originated almost 2,500 years ago with the works ofand
Alessandro VoltaGalvani's scientific colleagues generally accepted his views, butrejected the idea of an "animal electric fluid," replying that the frog's ...
Umberto EcoIn's novel Foucault's Pendulum the protagonist Casaubon claims that the idea ...
Michael FaradayHighgate Cemetery is the burial place of Karl Marx,, Douglas Adams, George Eliot, Jacob Bronowski, Sir Ralph Richardson, Chri ...
Sheila JeffreysEven some radical feminist writers, such as(1985) were dismissive, claiming it as a figment of male fantasy
John Playfair... tatements of his geological ideas (though not his thoughts on evolution) byin 1802 and then Charles Lyell in the 1830s popularised the concept of an ...
J. R. R. TolkienThe Black Speech is a fictional language created by
Gene Amdahl... l's law, also known as Amdahl's argument, is named after computer architect, and is used to find the maximum expected improvement to an overall syste ...
John von NeumannHe knew well and was in conversation with, Norbert Wiener, Humberto Maturana, Francisco Varela, Gordon Pask, Gregor ...
André-Marie Ampère... aking advance, although he left further work on electromagnetism to others.quickly repeated Oestred's experiment, and formulated them mathematically
Joseph C. Keating, Jr.... oncept of "innate". For example, in a paper named "The Meanings of Innate",says that "Innate Intelligence" in chiropractic can be used to represent f ...
Raymond Barre... alry appeared with his prime minister Jacques Chirac, who resigned in 1976., called the "best economist in France", succeeded him. He led a policy of ...
Georgy Voronoi... is not greater than their distance to the other objects. It is named after, and is also called a Voronoi tessellation, a Voronoi decomposition, or a ...
Franz Unger... he University of Vienna in 1850. During his time there, Doppler, along with, played an influential role in the development of young Gregor Mendel, kn ...
Albert EinsteinThe concept of fields was introduced by, among others, Faraday.wrote
Elman Service... lier developed by anthropologists Morton H. Fried, a conflict theorist, and, an integration theorist, who have produced a system of classification fo ...
Charles Lyell... as (though not his thoughts on evolution) by John Playfair in 1802 and thenin the 1830s popularised the concept of an infinitely repeating cycle, tho ...
Adam Smith... therlands remained supreme in this field. Due to its popularity at the time's Wealth of Nations was banned due to its criticism of government control ...
Gregor Mendel... ng with Franz Unger, played an influential role in the development of young, known as the founding father of genetics, who was a student at the Unive ...
Thomas Johann SeebeckIn 1821, Estonian-German physicistdemonstrated the electrical potential in the juncture points of two dissim ...
Robert BoyleFurther work was conducted by Otto von Guericke,, Stephen Gray and C. F. du Fay. In the 18th century, Benjamin Franklin co ...
Norbert WienerHe knew well and was in conversation with John von Neumann,, Humberto Maturana, Francisco Varela, Gordon Pask, Gregory Bateson, Lawre ...
Wilhelm Weber... n theoretical work by German theoreticians such as Carl Friedrich Gauss and. The encapsulation of heat in particulate motion, and the addition of ele ...
Kamoya Kimeu... ive details. Bored, he returned to Nairobi temporarily, but at that moment,discovered a fossil of Australopithecus boisei. A second expedition left R ...
Pierre Curie... that certain kinds of matter emit radiation on their own accord. Marie andcoined the term “radioactivity” to describe this property of matter, and i ...
Jacob Bronowski... he burial place of Karl Marx, Michael Faraday, Douglas Adams, George Eliot,, Sir Ralph Richardson, Christina Rossetti, Sir Sidney Nolan, Alexander Li ...
Joseph L. Goldstein... art of this signaling pathway was clarified by Dr. Michael S. Brown and Dr.in the 1970s. In 1985, they received the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medi ...
Jean-Baptiste Colbert... re introduced. The height of French mercantilism is closely associated with, finance minister for 22 years in the 17th century, to the extent that Fr ...
Humberto MaturanaHe knew well and was in conversation with John von Neumann, Norbert Wiener,, Francisco Varela, Gordon Pask, Gregory Bateson, Lawrence J. Fogel and Ma ...
Richard Feynman... hen later confirmed experimentally by Heinrich Hertz in 1887. The physicistpredicted that, "The American Civil War will pale into provincial insignif ...
Peter WoitCritics of Hagelin have included physicistand journalist Christopher Andersen. Peter Woit in his book, Not Even Wron ...
James Dobson... We Are Family Foundation video promoting tolerance, which was criticized byof Focus on the Family because of the foundation's link to homosexuality
Samuel HahnemannThe founder of homeopathy,, promoted an immaterial, vitalistic view of disease: "...they are solely ...
Charles Darwin... ks had widespread influence, not least on the up and coming young geologistwho read them with enthusiasm during his voyage on the Beagle, and has bee ...
Georg OhmIn 1827, the German scientistexpressed his law in this famous book "Die galvanische Kette, mathematisch ...
G. Stanley Hall... July 1892 at Clark University by a group of 26 men. Its first president was. There are currently 56 divisions in the APA, and it is affiliated with 6 ...
Heinrich Hertz’s... er”, and the seeming confirmation of that prediction with Helmholtz student1888 detection of electromagnetic radiation, was a major triumph for physi ...
Thomas Jefferson Jackson See... s in 1839, possibly influenced by witnessing Eta Carinae two years earlier.resurrected discussion on red Sirius with the publication of several paper ...
Glynn Isaac... or fossils in a Land Rover, but could find none, until his parents assignedto go with him. Louis was so impressed with their finds that he gave them ...
Heinrich Hertz... electromagnetic wave. This fact was then later confirmed experimentally byin 1887. The physicist Richard Feynman predicted that, "The American Civil ...
William Whewell... ibed as Lyell's first disciple. In a comment on the arguments of the 1830s,coined the term uniformitarianism to describe Lyell's version of the ideas ...
Humphry DavySir's work with electrolysis led to the conclusion that the production of ele ...
Gerhard Schrader... many's discovery of the nerve agents tabun (in 1937) and sarin (in 1939) by, a chemist of IG Farben
Jean Baudrillard... and its value, Paul Hegarty (2007) cites the work of noted cultural critics, Georges Bataille and Theodor Adorno and through their work traces the hi ...
Hans Krebs... arly 20th century. One of the most prolific of these modern biochemists waswho made huge contributions to the study of metabolism. He discovered the ...
Norman Finkelstein... best we're likely to see – on the [one-sided diplomacy] Miller describes."published an article in the winter 2007 issue of Journal of Palestine Stud ...
Ernest Rutherford... perty of matter, and isolated the radioactive elements radium and polonium.and Frederick Soddy identified two of Becquerel’s forms of radiation with ...
Harold Ureydiscovered the isotope deuterium in 1931 and was later able to concentrate ...
Johannes Kepler... ia that commonly develops as a symptom of aging. It was not until 1604 thatpublished the first correct explanation as to why convex and concave lense ...
Otto von GuerickeFurther work was conducted by, Robert Boyle, Stephen Gray and C. F. du Fay. In the 18th century, Benjam ...
Oliver HeavisideThe origin of the loading coil can be found in the work ofon the theory of transmission lines. Heaviside (1881) represented the line ...
Hans Christian Ørsted... from their compounds and of the alkaline earth metals from theirs in 1808.'s discovery of the magnetic effect of electrical currents in 1820 was imm ...
George Friedman... Peace Treaty, the first ever between Israel and an Arab state. According to, the war gave the Israelis increased respect for the Egyptian military an ...
Mustapa Mohamed... condensates per year. In 2004, Minister in the Prime Minister's Department,, revealed that Malaysia's oil reserves stood at while natural gas reserve ...
Benjamin FranklinThe American scientist, who suffered from both myopia and presbyopia, invented bifocals. Serious ...
Frederick Soddy... solated the radioactive elements radium and polonium. Ernest Rutherford andidentified two of Becquerel’s forms of radiation with electrons and the el ...
John Flamsteed... ley wanted it published immediately, to support their work on orbits, while, the Royal Astronomer whose observations they were, wanted to keep the da ...
Felix Hausdorff... itzerland for refusing to swear an oath to Hitler. The Jewish mathematicianwas expelled from the university in 1935 and committed suicide after learn ...
William Diller Matthew... valid Albertosaurus material were reassigned to a different genus: in 1922renamed A. sarcophagus into Deinodon sarcophagus and in 1939 German paleon ...
Manmohan Singh... nistration of the affairs of the executive. The incumbent prime minister is, in office since 22 May 2004
Scott FahlmanZawinski's early career included stints with's Lisp research group at Carnegie Mellon University, Expert Technologies, ...
Alison Elliot... until 2004 that a woman was chosen to be Moderator of the General Assembly.was also the first non-minister to be chosen since George Buchanan, four c ...
Robert L. Park... te declined, but gang fighting resulted in ten murders in a 36 hour period., research professor and former chair of the Physics Department at the Uni ...
Margaret Mead... rana, Francisco Varela, Gordon Pask, Gregory Bateson, Lawrence J. Fogel and, among many others. He influenced generations of students as a teacher an ...
Charles Darwin... ular conditions and was evidence of benevolent design in nature. Studies of's notebooks have shown that Darwin arrived separately at the idea of natu ...
Roger Bacon... to "read the smallest letters at incredible distances". A few years later,is also known to have written on the magnifying properties of lenses in 12 ...
Luigi GalvaniIn 1791,published his discovery of bioelectricity, demonstrating that electricity ...
William BeveridgeIn the UK, the Labour Party was influenced by the British social reformer, who had identified five "Giant Evils" afflicting the working class of th ...
Dionysius ThraxBecause nouns and adjectives share these three categories,does not clearly distinguish between the two, and uses the term ónoma "nam ...
Margaret Thatcher... the 1979 elections resulted in the victory of its Conservative Party underin 1979. Industrialized countries, except Japan, experienced an economic r ...
Jacques Loeb... opmental biology, but this criticism goes back at least a century. In 1912,published a landmark work, The Mechanistic Conception of Life. He describe ...
AristotleAs a teenager, he was greatly troubled by the Metaphysics of, which he could not understand until he read al-Farabi's commentary on th ...
Richard KuhnThe nerve agent soman was later discovered by Nobel Prize laureateand his collaborator Konrad Henkel at the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Med ...
Kamoya Kimeu... a Land Rover, and went into the trapping and skeleton supply business with. Already a skilled horseman, outdoorsman, Land Rover mechanic, archaeolog ...
George Ashley CampbellThe Campbell equation is a relationship due tofor predicting the propagation constant of a loaded line. It is stated a
Seymour Cray... ere introduced in the 1960s. Early supercomputer architectures pioneered byrelied on compact innovative designs and local parallelism to achieve supe ...
Oliver StoneIn the 2004film Alexander, Antigonus is played by Ian Beattie
Adam Smith... to the remainder of society in this sense may be deemed to be "antisocial".wrote that a society "may subsist among different men, as among different ...
Nikola TeslaIn 1891,established his Houston Street laboratory. Much of Tesla's research was lo ...
James Q. Wilson... n windows policing was another, related approach introduced in the 1980s byand George L. Kelling, who suggested that police should pay greater attent ...
Georgy Fedoseevich VoronoiVoronoi diagrams are named after Russian mathematician(or Voronoy) who defined and studied the general n-dimensional case in 190 ...
Richard WisemanProfessor, a psychologist at the University of Hertfordshire and a fellow of the Co ...
George de Hevesy... ewis isolated the first sample of pure heavy water by electrolysis in 1933.and Hoffer used heavy water in 1934 in one of the first biological tracer ...
Bill Dally... he CSX700 (2008) has 192. Stream Processors is headed by computer architect. Their Storm-1 processor (2007) contains 80 SIMD cores controlled by a MI ...
Svante Arrhenius... forerunner to the world's first widely used battery, the zinc carbon cell.published his thesis in 1884 on Recherches sur la conductibilité galvaniqu ...
Juan Bautista Villalpando... ders and an unknown Temple plan (possible derived from the Jesuit architectwho produced a classical reconstruction of the sanctum sanctorum at the he ...
Peter Norvig... rnegie Mellon University, Expert Technologies, Inc. and Robert Wilensky and's group at Berkeley. In the early 1990s, he was hired by Richard P. Gabri ...
Alessandro Volta... ctricity was the medium by which nerve cells passed signals to the muscles.'s battery, or voltaic pile, of 1800, made from alternating layers of zinc ...
Benjamin Franklin... Union. The county was organized in 1818 and is named after Founding Father
Marie... discovered that certain kinds of matter emit radiation on their own accord.and Pierre Curie coined the term “radioactivity” to describe this property ...
Robert GrossetesteEnglishman's treatise De iride ("On the Rainbow"), written between 1220 and 1235, me ...
Alan HaleThe comet was discovered in 1995 by two independent observers,and Thomas Bopp, both in the United States
Francis Crick... y "holding positions" on the pathway to mechanistic understanding. In 1967,, the co-discoverer of the structure of DNA, stated "And so to those of yo ...
Frédéric Passy... case on the Nobel committee. The award was jointly given to French pacifist, founder of the Peace League and active with Dunant in the Alliance for O ...
Friedrich von Huene... pericolosus based on a tooth from China, probably belonging to Tarbosaurus.renamed Dryptosaurus incrassatus, not considered a nomen dubium by him, to ...
Oliver Heaviside#Equation (54) is an equation thatreferred to as 'Faraday's law'. This equation caters for the time varying ...
Joachim LambekA more personal view of quaternions was written byin 1995. He wrote in his essay If Hamilton had prevailed: quaternions in p ...
Albert Einstein... cal new physical theories also began to emerge in this same period. In 1905, then a Bern patent clerk, argued that the speed of light was a constant ...
John SnowBritish physicianused a Voronoi diagram in 1854 to illustrate how the majority of people wh ...
Benjamin Franklin... Guericke, Robert Boyle, Stephen Gray and C. F. du Fay. In the 18th century,conducted extensive research in electricity, selling his possessions to fu ...
Michael FaradayIn 1832,'s experiments led him to state his two laws of electrochemistry. In 1836, ...
Thomas EdisonMost notably,, briefly a resident of Sunbury, established the Edison Illuminating Compa ...
Henry Fonda... ire talent agencies and represent established actors such as James Stewart,, Bette Davis, and Ronald Reagan, whom Wasserman became very close with pe ...
Pratap Bhanu Mehta... the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law),(President of the Centre for Policy Research in India) Michael Trebilcock ...
Ray HymanPsychologistsays that, even if the results were reproduced under specified conditions, ...
Francisco Varela... s in conversation with John von Neumann, Norbert Wiener, Humberto Maturana,, Gordon Pask, Gregory Bateson, Lawrence J. Fogel and Margaret Mead, among ...
William Charles Wells... t in Edinburgh of ideas of selection in nature as set out by Hutton, and byand Patrick Matthew who had both been associated with the city before publ ...
Richard P. Gabriel... y and Peter Norvig's group at Berkeley. In the early 1990s, he was hired by's Lucid Inc. where he was eventually put to work on Lucid's Energize C++ ...
Maurice GodelierAccording to anthropologist, one critical novelty in human society, in contrast to humanity's closest ...
Lucas Papademos... ent of national unity headed by former European Central Bank vice-president
Adolf Hurwitz... d Maxwell's results for the general class of linear systems. Independently,analyzed system stability using differential equations in 1877, resulting ...
Gordon Pask... with John von Neumann, Norbert Wiener, Humberto Maturana, Francisco Varela,, Gregory Bateson, Lawrence J. Fogel and Margaret Mead, among many others. ...
Stuart Hameroff... aker at the 2007 Quantum Mind conference in Salzburg, Austria, organized by(University of Arizona) and Gustav Bernroider (University of Salzburg). Ha ...
John Herschel... le toy figures of John Stuart Mill, poet Felicia Hemans, and astronomer Sir. Youthful inventiveness finds a way, however
Thomas JeffersonIn 1803 Presidentobtained from France the Louisiana Purchase for fifteen million dollars (e ...
Martin GardnerScience writer, and others, describe the topic of remote viewing as pseudoscience. Gardn ...
Gregory Bateson... Neumann, Norbert Wiener, Humberto Maturana, Francisco Varela, Gordon Pask,, Lawrence J. Fogel and Margaret Mead, among many others. He influenced ge ...
Max PerutzThe first protein structures to be solved were hemoglobin and myoglobin, byand Sir John Cowdery Kendrew, respectively, in 1958. The first atomic-reso ...
Mary PickfordOn 29 March 1929 at the bungalow ofat United Artists brought together Chaplin, Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks, N ...
John Stuart Mill... dels of a school of art and a public library, or from little toy figures of, poet Felicia Hemans, and astronomer Sir John Herschel. Youthful inventiv ...
Alan Dershowitz... at Camp David came from the Palestinian side, none from the Israeli side.", an Israel advocate and a law professor at Harvard University, said that ...
Lejeune Dirichlet... i tessellation, a Voronoi decomposition, or a Dirichlet tessellation (after). Voronoi diagrams can be found in a large number of fields in science an ...
Thomas Edison... silent British version. Six more silent versions followed with one made byin 1910. The first sound version was made in Britain in 1928. Albert Finne ...
Armin von Bogdandy... (the first judge who prosecuted former Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet),(Director at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and Inter ...
Max Planck... antities (“quanta”), according to a constant that the theoretical physicisthad posited in 1900 to arrive at an accurate theory for the distribution o ...
Rodnay ZaksAn early 1978 publication offrom Sybex was A microprogrammed APL implementation ISBN 0895880059, which ...
Lawrence J. Fogel... Wiener, Humberto Maturana, Francisco Varela, Gordon Pask, Gregory Bateson,and Margaret Mead, among many others. He influenced generations of student ...
Oliver HeavisideThe need for loading coils was discovered byin studying the disappointing slow speed of the Transatlantic telegraph ca ...
Uffe RavnskovThe research of Ancel Keys has been criticized byamongst others for having selection bias when supporting his conclusions. ...
James Clerk Maxwell... a dynamics analysis of the centrifugal governor, conducted by the physicistin 1868 entitled On Governors. This described and analyzed the phenomenon ...
Gerhard LenskiSociologistdifferentiates societies based on their level of technology, communication ...
DirichletInformal use of Voronoi diagrams can be traced back to Descartes in 1644.used 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional Voronoi diagrams in his study of quad ...
Swami Sahajanand Saraswati... later came to adopt a militant approach to the movement, while others likewanted both political and economic freedom for India's peasants and toilin ...
Thomas Henry Huxley... ion of "Why does opium cause sleep?" with "Because of its soporific power."compared vitalism to stating that water is the way it is because of its "a ...
Patrick Matthew... selection in nature as set out by Hutton, and by William Charles Wells andwho had both been associated with the city before publishing their ideas o ...
Leonardo da Vinci... zi (c.1547–1632), Jean Lemaire (1598–1659), Francisque Millet (1642–79) and(1452–1519). The Venetian window in this room is derived from the Queen's ...
Jared Diamond... n of wheat began to spread beyond the Fertile Crescent after about 8000 BC.traces the spread of cultivated emmer wheat starting in the Fertile Cresce ...
Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire... um"). He was skeptical of the gradual mechanisms of change that Lamarck andproposed. Moreover, his commitment to the caused him to doubt that any mec ...
Moisés Naím... o Zedillo, Cesar Gaviria, Paulo Coelho, Enrique Santos, Mario Vargas Llosa,, Tomas Eloy Martine
Timothy BuddAround the same time, the book An APL Compiler byappeared in print. This book detailed the construction of an APL translato ...
Hideki Yukawa... he laws governing the uncertainties inherent in the quantum world. Notably,proposed that the positive charges of the nucleus were kept together court ...
Massimo Introvigne... Julián Herranz, stated "Opus Dei has become a victim of Christianophobia.", author of an encyclopedia of religion, argues that critics employ the te ...
Robert Reich... rofessor Rob Reich (not to be confused with former U.S. Secretary of Labor,) wrote in The Civic Perils of Homeschooling (2002) that homeschooling can ...
Michael FaradayAndré-Marie Ampère in 1819-1820;invented the electric motor in 1821, and Georg Ohm mathematically analyse ...
Louis LeakeyAs a small boy Richard lived in Nairobi with his parents,, curator of the Coryndon Museum, and Mary Leakey, director of the Leakey ...
John Wilkins... y Basil and Chrysostom. The result of this reading, and of the influence of, Master of Trinity College, Cambridge, was seen in the general tone of hi ...
Adam Smith... antilist writers presenting an overarching scheme for the ideal economy, aswould later do for classical economics. Rather, each mercantilist writer t ...
Abraham de MoivreThe Essay of Bayes contains his solution to a similar problem, posed by, author of The Doctrine of Chances (1718)
William F. Albright... dah in the 18th year of the reign of Jeroboam, and reigned for three years.has dated his reign to 915 – 913 BCE
Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigators... hcock appears as a character in the popular juvenile detective book series,. The long-running detective series was created by Robert Arthur, who wrot ...
Marilyn MonroeLemmon recorded an album in 1958 while filming Some Like It Hot with. Twelve jazz tracks were created for Lemmon and another twelve were added ...
William Cumberland Cruikshank... ng water with chlorine were Louis-Bernard Guyton de Morveau (in France) and(in England), both around the year 1800
Romano Prodi... os and being able to force the resignation of Commissioners. When Presidenttook office with the new powers of the Treaty of Amsterdam, he was dubbed ...
Léon Brillouin... It was theoretically described by physicists such as Arnold Sommerfeld and. See dispersion for a full discussion of wave velocities
Sigmund Freud... ondition). The term was however most influentially defined by Carl Jung andover a century later. It has continued to be used in contemporary theoreti ...
Mary Leakey... Nairobi with his parents, Louis Leakey, curator of the Coryndon Museum, and, director of the Leakey excavations at Olduvai, and his two brothers, Jon ...
Paulson... e are called parameters by some authors (e.g., Prawitz, "Natural Deduction";, "Designing a theorem prover"). Parameters locally defined within the pr ...
Hippolyte Fizeau... arkably close to the speed of light, which had recently been measured at byin 1848 and at by Léon Foucault in 1850. However, Weber and Kohlrausch did ...
James Hetfield... l-known among fans, is Mustaine's long standing feud with Metallica membersand in particular Lars Ulrich. This feud stemmed from his ejection from th ...
Robert Hanbury Brown... the second to be discovered. The diameter of Sirius A was first measured byand Richard Q. Twiss in 1959 at Jodrell Bank using their stellar intensity ...
Ramón López Irizarry... ch is the pioneer) was invented in 1954 in the University of Puerto Rico by. This story is confirmed by José L. Díaz De Villegas in his book Puerto R ...
Jochen LiedtkeHowever,showed that Mach's performance problems were the result of poor design and ...
Jacques DelorsHowever the Commission began to recover under President' Commission. He is seen as the most successful President, being credited ...
Arnold Sommerfeld... on or energy transfer. It was theoretically described by physicists such asand Léon Brillouin. See dispersion for a full discussion of wave velocitie ...
Ferdinand Keller... the Mondsee and Attersee lakes in Upper Austria. Early archaeologists likethought they formed artificial islands, much like the Scottish Crannogs, b ...
Bryan R. Wilson... ons merely based on negative experiences of some members. Sociologists likewrite about some former members of any religious group who may have psycho ...
Gordon Hirabayashi... he coram nobis retrials which overturned the convictions of Fred Korematsu,and Minoru Yasui on all charges related to their refusal to submit to excl ...
Thomas HarriotBorn in 1560,entered Raleigh's employment in the early 1580s, after graduating from Oxf ...
Carl Rogers Darnall... ed chlorine gas was developed in 1910 by U.S. Army Major (later Brig. Gen.)(1867–1941), Professor of Chemistry at the Army Medical School. Shortly th ...
Carl Jung... or abnormal condition). The term was however most influentially defined byand Sigmund Freud over a century later. It has continued to be used in con ...
Kenneth E. Iverson... P. Sharp Associates' Sharp APL product. Unlike most other APL interpreters,had some influence in the way nested arrays were implemented in Sharp APL ...
Sin-Itiro Tomonaga... until after World War II ended, when Julian Schwinger, Richard Feynman, andindependently posited the technique of renormalization, which allowed for ...
André-Marie Ampère... ity of electric and magnetic phenomena, is due to Hans Christian Ørsted andin 1819-1820; Michael Faraday invented the electric motor in 1821, and Geo ...
Ptolemy... 0s AD in the land of the Celtic Cornovii, according to ancient cartographer, as a fortress during the Roman expansion northward. It was named Deva ei ...
John Ehrlichman... security matters. Dean would later testify he was ordered by top Nixon aideto "" a briefcase full of surveillance equipment and other evidence found ...
Raymond Barre... wo right-wing candidates, his two former Prime Ministers Jacques Chirac and. This attitude was interpreted as indicating that he wanted to regain the ...
James Dobson... ate. The decision quickly drew criticism from some Christian groups such as, but garnered praise from some Democrats and many Republicans, including ...
Daniel J. BernsteinIn PHP 5, the Zend 2 engine uses one of the hash functions fromto generate the hash values used in managing the mappings of data pointers ...
Thomas Jefferson... riendship treaty. Negotiated by Thomas Barclay and signed by John Adams andin 1786, it has been in continuous effect since its ratification by Congre ...
George W. Merck... thogens. This research was originally overseen by pharmaceuticals executiveand for many years was conducted by Ira L. Baldwin, professor of bacteriol ...
Richard Q. Twiss... ed. The diameter of Sirius A was first measured by Robert Hanbury Brown andin 1959 at Jodrell Bank using their stellar intensity interferometer. In 2 ...
Richard Price... of Chances which was read to the Royal Society in 1763 after Bayes's death.shepherded the work through this presentation and its publication in the P ...
Tim Hunt... cis Crick Graduate Lectures. The first two lectures were by John Gurdon and
Albert EinsteinWhile spacetime can be viewed as a consequence of's 1905 theory of special relativity, it was first explicitly proposed mat ...
Hans Christian Ørsted... f electromagnetism, the unity of electric and magnetic phenomena, is due toan
Paul Volcker... former U.S. Secretary of State George P. Schultz and Federal Reserve chair; Carlos Fuentes, Mexican writer and public intellectual; John C. Whitehea ...
Newton’s... forces that Herbart attempted to explain by means of mathematical formulas.influence can be seen in Herbart’s beliefs about how forces mechanically i ...
John Gurdon... s hosts The Francis Crick Graduate Lectures. The first two lectures were byand Tim Hunt
Ralph Hartley... oretical work in data transmission and information theory by Harry Nyquist,, Claude Shannon and others during the early 20th century, was done with t ...
Louis Leakey... t and conservationist. He is second of the three sons of the archaeologistsand Mary Leakey, and is the younger brother of Colin Leakey
William CullenNeurosis was coined by the Scottish doctorin 1769 to refer to "disorders of sense and motion" caused by a "general a ...
Steve Wozniak... ghly successful mass-produced microcomputer products, designed primarily by, manufactured by Apple Computer (now Apple Inc.) and introduced in 1977 w ...
Chomskyinitially hoped to overcome the limitations of context-free grammars by ad ...
Hermann Minkowski... xplicitly proposed mathematically by one of his teachers, the mathematician, in a 1908 essay building on and extending Einstein's work. His concept o ...
George Brecht... sses the use of noise as a medium and explores the ideas of Antonin Artaud,, William Burroughs, Sergei Eisenstein, Fluxus, Allan Kaprow, Michael McCl ...
Arthur Samuel... t used hashing with chaining. G. N. Amdahl, E. M. Boehme, N. Rochester, andimplemented a program using hashing at about the same time. Open addressin ...
Colin Leakey... archaeologists Louis Leakey and Mary Leakey, and is the younger brother of
Édouard Balladur... st of the UDF politicians supported the candidacy of the RPR Prime ministerat the 1995 presidential election, but Giscard supported his old rival Jac ...
Carlos Salinas de GortariMexican presidents Miguel de la Madrid, in the early 80s andin the late 80s, started implementing liberal economic strategies that wer ...
Humphry Davy... of safety was provided by the safety lamp which was invented in 1816 by Sirand independently by George Stephenson. However, the lamps proved a false ...
Ptolemy's... o lived in the vicinity at that time. The town also appears as Mattiacum inGeographia (2.10). The line of Roman frontier fortifications, the Limes Ge ...
Rudolf Kohlrausch... scovery of this relationship started in 1855, when Wilhelm Eduard Weber anddetermined that there was a quantity related to electricity and magnetism, ...
William Smith... d under sea water at times and at other times under fresh water. Along with's work during the same period on a geological map of England, which also ...
Hugh Jackman... el, Ghostopolis was released; it was optioned by Disney in Spring 2009 withattached to star and produce
Bernard Katz... erform some of the experiments which proved chemical synaptic transmission.and Eccles worked together on some of the experiments which elucidated the ...
Hans Morgenthau... from which the Queen shrank. The American international relations theoristclaimed Burghley accepted a pension (a bribe) from Spain, although Burghle ...
Mary Leakey... nist. He is second of the three sons of the archaeologists Louis Leakey and, and is the younger brother of Colin Leakey
Carl Sofus LumholtzThe park was originally named the Lumholtz National Park, after scientist, when it was created in 1994. The Blencoe Falls Section was gazetted as p ...
Aristotle... ther important work to the Western theatre tradition work is the Poetics by(written around 335 BC). In this work Aristotle analyses tragedy. He consi ...
Claude Shannon... n data transmission and information theory by Harry Nyquist, Ralph Hartley,and others during the early 20th century, was done with these applications ...
Wilhelm Eduard WeberThe discovery of this relationship started in 1855, whenand Rudolf Kohlrausch determined that there was a quantity related to elec ...
Tolkien... Eddings did not realize it until several years later. Upon seeing a copy of's The Lord of the Rings, in a bookshop, he allegedly muttered, "Is this o ...
Max WeberIn The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism,first suggested that cultural values could affect economic success, arguin ...
Béla Bartók... ch form, by many other composers, including James Tenney, and most famously. George Crumb also used musical palindrome to text paint the Federico Gar ...
Aristotle... The most noted of these was the Italian Ridolfo di Fioravante, nicknamed "" because of his extraordinary knowledge, who built several cathedrals and ...
Giordano BrunoIn the sixteenth century the Italian philosopher, an early supporter of the Copernican theory that the Earth and other pla ...
Martin Gardner... of FreeCell is Eight Off. In the June 1968 edition of Scientific American,described in his "Mathematical Games" column a game by C. L. Baker that is ...
Galileo Ferraris... st progress in electrical engineering. Through such people as Nikola Tesla,, Oliver Heaviside, Thomas Edison, Ottó Bláthy, Ányos Jedlik, Sir Charles ...
Heinrich Hertz... that Oliver Heaviside, concurrently with similar work by Willard Gibbs and, grouped the four together into a distinct set. This group of four equati ...
Thomas Simpson... became interested in the subject while reviewing a work written in 1755 by, but George Alfred Barnard thinks he learned mathematics and probability ...
Carl Sagan, pondering the question of whether life on Earth could be easily detected ...
Oliver Heaviside... experimental result of Weber and Kohlrausch. But it wasn't until 1884 that, concurrently with similar work by Willard Gibbs and Heinrich Hertz, grou ...
Nikola Tesla... see the greatest progress in electrical engineering. Through such people as, Galileo Ferraris, Oliver Heaviside, Thomas Edison, Ottó Bláthy, Ányos Je ...
Alfred Binet... e approach, Crépieux-Jamin ended up with a holistic approach to graphology.was convinced to do research into graphology from 1893 to 1907. He ended u ...
John R. Commons... hrough the UW-Extension system at this time. Later, UW economics professorsand Harold Groves helped Wisconsin create the first unemployment compensat ...
Stewart Farrar... ts within Wicca and other Wiccan-influenced forms of Neopaganism. Janet anddescribe esbats as an opportunity for a "love feast, healing work, psychic ...
William HugginsIn 1868, Sirius became the first star to have its velocity measured. Sirexamined the spectrum of this star and observed a noticeable red shift. He ...
Carl Jungfound his approach particularly fitting for people who are successfully ad ...
DebyeThe first theoretical treatment of screening, due toand Hückel (1923), dealt with a stationary point charge embedded in a flui ...
Harry Nyquist... fundamental theoretical work in data transmission and information theory by, Ralph Hartley, Claude Shannon and others during the early 20th century, ...
Murray Gell-Mann... by scattering and decay provided a key to new fundamental quantum theories.and Yuval Ne'eman brought some order to these new particles by classifying ...
Aristotelian... during the 15th century, giving the Italian Renaissance a major boost. Thephilosophical tradition was nearly unbroken in the Greek world for almost ...
Oskar Kuhn... A. sarcophagus into Deinodon sarcophagus and in 1939 German paleontologistrenamed A. arctunguis into Deinodon arctunguis
Alvan Graham Clark... decades later, on January 31, 1862, American telescope-maker and astronomerfirst observed the faint companion, which is now called Sirius B, or affec ...
Jean le Rond d'AlembertThe first reference to spacetime as a mathematical concept was in 1754 byin the article Dimension in Encyclopedie. Another early venture was by Jos ...
Richard Price... findings on probability theory were passed in manuscript form to his friendafter his death
Leibniz... ngoing, and viciously personal disputes between the followers of Newton andconcerning priority over the analytical techniques of infinitesimal calcul ...
Dennis Rawlins... in the sky. In late 1975, prior to the formal launch of CSICOP, astronomer, along with Paul Kurtz, George Abel and Marvin Zelen (all subsequent memb ...
Ludwig Klages... spread in Europe as well as the United States. In Germany during the 1920s,founded and published his finding in Zeitschrift für Menschenkunde (Journa ...
George Alfred Barnard... n the subject while reviewing a work written in 1755 by Thomas Simpson, butthinks he learned mathematics and probability from a book by de Moivre. Hi ...
Louis Pasteur... e animals both while they were alive and when they were dead. In the 1880s,convincingly demonstrated the germ theory of medicine by inducing anthrax ...
Jacques Delors... il refused to renew his term, despite being the most 'dynamic' leader until
Friedrich BesselIn 1844 German astronomerdeduced from changes in the proper motion of Sirius that it had an unseen ...
Seymour Cray... Supercomputers were introduced in the 1960s and were designed primarily byat Control Data Corporation (CDC), and later at Cray Research. While the s ...
Carl SaganIn his book Pale Blue Dot, author Dr.also reflects on what he perceives to be the conceitedness and pettiness o ...
Guglielmo MarconiThe original inventors of radio, such as Nikola Tesla and, expected it to be used for one-on-one wireless communication tasks where ...
Johannes Nicolaus BrønstedIn 1923,and Martin Lowry published essentially the same theory about how acids and ...
Léon Foucault... , which had recently been measured at by Hippolyte Fizeau in 1848 and at byin 1850. However, Weber and Kohlrausch did not make the connection to the ...
Martin LowryIn 1923, Johannes Nicolaus Brønsted andpublished essentially the same theory about how acids and bases behave, us ...
William Rowan HamiltonAfter discovering quaternions,commented, "Time is said to have only one dimension, and space to have thr ...
Leibniz's... l external objects existing in the world as reals, which can be compared toconcept of monads
Jacob Viner... tilism dominated economic ideology for 250 years. One group, represented by, argues that mercantilism was simply a straightforward, common-sense syst ...
Arne Tiselius... me theory about how acids and bases behave, using an electrochemical basis.developed the first sophisticated electrophoretic apparatus in 1937 and so ...
John Couch Adams... the same time, but unknown to Le Verrier, similar calculations were made byin England. Le Verrier announced his final predicted position for Uranus's ...
Robert Andrews MillikanIn 1909,began a series of experiments to determine the electric charge carried by ...
David SuzukiIn the 1985 CBC series "A Planet For the Taking", Dr.explored the Old Testament roots of anthropocentrism and how it shaped our ...
Isaac Newton... lished anonymously in 1736), in which he defended the logical foundation of's calculus ("fluxions") against the criticism of George Berkeley, author ...
John Venn... erard Manley Hopkins the poet, the composers John Taverner and John Rutter,the inventor of Venn diagrams, actor Geoffrey Palmer, Anthony Crosland MP ...
Aristotle... g are found in the writings of the Greeks in the 2nd and 4th centuries BCE.(Αριστοτέλης) (384–322 BCE) and Erasistratus (304–258 BCE) were among the ...
William Lyon Mackenzie King... of prosperity and a determination to defeat the Axis powers. Prime Ministerand President Franklin D. Roosevelt were determined not to repeat the mist ...
Joseph Louis Lagrange... bert in the article Dimension in Encyclopedie. Another early venture was byin his Theory of Analytic Functions (1797, 1813). He said, "One may view m ...
James Clerk Maxwell... in 1827. Electricity and magnetism (and light) were definitively linked by, in particular in his "On Physical Lines of Force" in 1861 and 1862
Lazare Carnot... the Directory. France also lacked funds, and no longer had the services of, the war minister who had guided it to successive victories following ext ...
Thomas EdisonAnother advancement in telegraph technology occurred on 9 August 1892, whenreceived a patent for a two-way telegraph (, "Duplex Telegraph")
A. M. C. DumérilIn 1800 he published the Leçons d'anatomie comparée, assisted byfor the first two volumes and Georges Louis Duvernoy for the three later o ...
BaudrillardSome authors, such as Lyotard and, believe that modernity ended in the mid or late 20th century and thus ha ...
Daniel Bernoulli’s... ugh other applications were also developed, such as the Swiss mathematiciantreatment of fluid dynamics, which he introduced in his 1738 work Hydrodyn ...
Seymour Cray... en a series of computers at Control Data Corporation (CDC) were designed byto use innovative designs and parallelism to achieve superior computationa ...
Sir Christopher Wren... taining only Henry VIII's Great Hall. The country's most eminent architect,, was called upon to draw the plans, while the master of works was to be W ...
Stephen StiglerIn his later years he took a deep interest in probability.feels that he became interested in the subject while reviewing a work writ ...
Nikola TeslaThe original inventors of radio, such asand Guglielmo Marconi, expected it to be used for one-on-one wireless comm ...
William Lyon Mackenzie King... n expected to seek election to the Commons as soon as possible. For example, after losing his seat in the same general election that his party won, b ...
James Clerk MaxwellAnother important antecedent to spacetime was the work ofas he used partial differential equations to develop electrodynamics with ...
Anna Jean Ayres... f sensory integration dysfunction as a discrete disorder was popularized by, an occupational therapist. Today, some occupational therapists argue in ...
Nees von Esenbeck... r Clemens August of Bavaria. The first director of the Botanical Garden wasfrom 1818 to 1830. In May 2003 the world largest Titan arum, some 2.74 m h ...
Walter Sydney AdamsIn 1915,, using a 60-inch (1.5 m) reflector at Mount Wilson Observatory, observed ...
Carl WoeseIn 1987,established this grouping, calling it informally the "purple bacteria and ...
John Arbuthnot... decent without being amusing and a failure. He had assistance from Pope and, but they allowed it to be assumed that Gay was the sole author
T. E. Lawrence... tral Africa, Aurel Stein in Central Asia, D.G. Hogarth, Leonard Woolley andexcavated at Carchemish. In 1918, because of the threat of wartime bombing ...
Raphael MechoulamIt was isolated and its structure first described in 1992 byof the Hebrew University
Fritz HaberIn 1898,showed that definite reduction products can result from electrolytic proce ...
Leonard Woolley... day collected in Central Africa, Aurel Stein in Central Asia, D.G. Hogarth,and T. E. Lawrence excavated at Carchemish. In 1918, because of the threat ...
Olav Jakobsen HøyemIn's version of Nynorsk based on Trøndersk, the ð is always silent and is in ...
Latreille... exception of the section on Insecta, in which he was assisted by his friend. It was translated into English many times, often with substantial notes ...
Robert Noyce... venture capital raised to start the semiconductor company (Intel co-founderis a Grinnell alumnus)
Georg Ohm... père in 1819-1820; Michael Faraday invented the electric motor in 1821, andmathematically analysed the electrical circuit in 1827. Electricity and ma ...
Erasistratus... in the 2nd and 4th centuries BCE. Aristotle (Αριστοτέλης) (384–322 BCE) and(304–258 BCE) were among the first to perform experiments on living animal ...
Isaac Asimov... iterary banqueting club the Trap Door Spiders, which served as the basis of's fictional group of mystery solvers the
GalileoAt the same time, the experimental tradition established byand his followers persisted. The Royal Society and the French Academy of S ...
Kofi Annan... and public intellectual; John C. Whitehead, formerly of Goldman Sachs; and, former Secretary-General of the United Nations
Dilma Rousseff... esidential election in Venezuela. As a matter of fact, The Nation described's victory in the 2010 Brazilian election as a defeat for the
Edmond Halley... when naval officers had refused to take orders from civilian commander Dr.. The impasse was broken when the Admiralty proposed James Cook, a naval o ...
Anna Jean AyresSensory integration dysfunction (SID) was first studied in-depth by. Ayres describes sensory integration as the ability to organize sensory i ...
Michael Faraday... out his 1861 paper, derived theoretically using a molecular vortex model of's "lines of force" and in conjunction with the experimental result of Web ...
Hulse... of the binary pulsar PSR 1913+16, for which the Nobel Prize was awarded toand Taylor in 1993
Edward Kasner... epresenting a constant is a whole word. For example, American mathematician's 9-year-old nephew coined the names googol and googolplex
Joseph Banks... nd were allocated to Cook and the Royal Society representatives: naturalist, Banks' assistants Daniel Solander and Herman Spöring, astronomer Charles ...
Pierre... . The becquerel is named for Henri Becquerel, who shared a Nobel Prize withand Marie Curie in 1903 for their work in discovering radioactivity
Newton... e major centers for the performance and reporting of experimental work, andwas himself an influential experimenter, particularly in the field of opti ...
Andreas Alföldi... es' Constantine the Great and the Christian Church (1929) and reinforced by's The Conversion of Constantine and Pagan Rome (1948), a historiographic ...
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William Henry Hudson... s Historic essays, but his arguments were in turn refuted by the naturalistin his 1920 book Dead Man's Plack and an Old Thorn
Samuel Johnson... r poems in the closed couplet, apart from the works of Dryden and Pope, are's The Vanity of Human Wishes, Oliver Goldsmith's The Deserted Village, an ...
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Alfred KorzybskiD. David Bourland, Jr. (1928–2000) proposed E-Prime as an addition to's general semantics some years after Korzybski's death in 1950. Bourland, ...
Willebrord Snellius... sity of Leiden is famous for its many developments including Snells law (by)
Taylor... nary pulsar PSR 1913+16, for which the Nobel Prize was awarded to Hulse andin 1993
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Harold Brown... awrence Livermore National Laboratory by a team headed by Edward Teller and. The Navy accepted delivery of the first 16 warheads in July 1960. On May ...
Comte... as one of the founders of modern sociology. But whereas Durkheim, following, worked in the positivist tradition, Weber was instrumental in developing ...
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Frederick Frost BlackmanIn the early 20th century,along with Albert Einstein investigated the effects of light intensity (ir ...
Howard HawksTest Pilot was written by, Vincent Lawrence, John Lee Mahin, Frank Wead and Waldemar Young. The scr ...
Thomas Edison... g. Through such people as Nikola Tesla, Galileo Ferraris, Oliver Heaviside,, Ottó Bláthy, Ányos Jedlik, Sir Charles Parsons, Joseph Swan, George West ...
Steve WozniakSome of the more famous pranksters wereand Steve Jobs, founders of Apple Computer. On one occasion Wozniak dialed ...
Erwin Schrödinger... tionship between discrete “states” and denied the possibility of causality.established an equivalent theory based on waves in 1926; but Heisenberg’s ...
Ruud Lubbers... t with the Dutch prime minister and head of the European Community Council,, and with the European Commission president, Jacques Delors, pledging clo ...
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Samuel Ruben... herefore, in light, the electron acceptor is reduced and oxygen is evolved.and Martin Kamen used radioactive isotopes to determine that the oxygen li ...
Jan Brinkhuis'Optimization: Insights and Applications',and Vladimir Tikhomirov: 2005, Princeton Universit
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Birger Nerman... Whales have for obvious reasons never lived in Vänern, where, according to, Beowulf is buried. However, an expanse of water separates the island of ...
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C.S. Peirce... med "idealized rational acceptability." The theory, which owes something to, is that a belief is true if it would be accepted by anyone under ideal e ...
Aldo Leopold... reputation as "America's Dairyland." Meanwhile, conservationists includinghelped reestablish the state's forests during the early 20th century, pavi ...
Ernst Herzfeld... shrouded in controversy. According to German archaeologist and Iranologist, it is derived from the Median word brza-vaciya, which means "loud cry", ...
Albertus Magnus... and theory of knowledge influenced William of Auvergne, Bishop of Paris and, while his metaphysics had an impact on the thought of Thomas Aquinas
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Henri Becquerel... herefore equivalent to an inverse second, s −1 . The becquerel is named for, who shared a Nobel Prize with Pierre and Marie Curie in 1903 for their w ...
Thomas Jefferson... members of the Danbury Baptist Association wrote a letter to then presidentexpressing their concern that as Baptists they may not be able to express ...
Michel Gauquelin... early controversy concerned the so-called Mars effect: French statistician’s claim that champion athletes are more likely to be born when the planet ...
de Moivre... Alfred Barnard thinks he learned mathematics and probability from a book by. His work and findings on probability theory were passed in manuscript fo ...
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Jochen Liedtke... ronous as well as asynchronous IPC, and suffered from poor IPC performance.identified the design and implementation of the IPC mechanisms as the unde ...
Oliver Heaviside... ctrical engineering. Through such people as Nikola Tesla, Galileo Ferraris,, Thomas Edison, Ottó Bláthy, Ányos Jedlik, Sir Charles Parsons, Joseph Sw ...
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Léon ThereminIn 1945invented an espionage tool for the Soviet Union which retransmitted incide ...
Steven Hatfill... n became the focus of the FBI's investigation of possible perpetrators (see). In July 2008, a top U.S. biodefense researcher at USAMRIID committed su ...
Joseph Black’s... also produced new concepts, such as the University of Glasgow experimenternotion of latent heat and Philadelphia intellectual Benjamin Franklin’s ch ...
Edmond HalleyIn 1718,discovered the proper motion of the hitherto presumed "fixed" stars after ...
Platoin his dialogue The Statesman tells a "famous tale" that "the sun and the ...
John Goldsmith... ownstepped high tone is recognized. The language's tone system was given byas an example of suprasegmental phenomena that go beyond the linear model ...
Vladimir Lenin... te ghost stories, one of which became the basis for the novel Frankenstein.rented a little "chalet" at the French bank, near Geneva. Actor Charlie Ch ...
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John Stuart Mill... y, based on the resulting happiness of such behavior. Utilitarians, such asand Jeremy Bentham, advocated the greatest happiness principle as a guide ...
Stephen Harperand George W. Bush were thought to share warm personal relations and also ...
Revaz DogonadzeBy the 1960s–1970s quantum electrochemistry was developed byand his pupils
Lyman SpitzerIn 1946, American theoretical astrophysicistwas the first to conceive the idea of a telescope in outer space, a decade ...
Emilio Segrè... by notable minds like Edoardo Amaldi, Bruno Pontecorvo, Franco Rasetti and. For the theoretical studies only, Ettore Majorana also took part in what ...
John Arbuthnot... sy. The attacks by Alexander Pope (he was assigned a niche in The Dunciad),and others demonstrated their inability to appreciate his work, as they co ...
Jacques Delors... of primus inter pares but had an increasing impact on the Community. Underit became increasingly presidential in style and now is the dominant force ...
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Stephen LeacockIn Canada, satire has become an important part of the comedy scene.was one of the best known early Canadian satirists, and in the early 20th ...
Aristotle... c political philosophers, Plato (427–347 BC), Xenophon (c. 430–354 BC), and("The Father of Political Science") (384–322 BC). These authors, in such w ...
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William F. Albright... who was overthrown as king after a reign of only three months and ten days.dates the reign of Zedekiah to 597 – 587 BC, while E. R. Thiele to 597 – 5 ...
Thomas Mun... erature" appeared in the 1620s in Great Britain. Smith saw English merchant(1571–1641) as a major creator of the mercantile system, especially in his ...
Daniel Solander... e Royal Society representatives: naturalist Joseph Banks, Banks' assistantsand Herman Spöring, astronomer Charles Green, and artists Sydney Parkinson ...
Hume... n or vision or intent, nor vice versa - a distinction sometimes credited towho distinguished also the morality of a statement from its truth. The ver ...
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Alexander Fleming... tibiotics. Penicillin, a drug produced by P. chrysogenum, was discovered byin 1929, and found to inhibit the growth of Gram positive bacteria (see be ...
Leonardo da Vinci... entre for centuries, notably during the Renaissance with scientists such as
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David G. BromleySociologistcalls Amway a "quasi-religious corporation" having sectarian characteristi ...
Herman Kahn... ng of the word megadeath, a term coined in 1953 by RAND military strategistto describe one million deaths, popularized in his 1960 book On Thermonucl ...
Vladimir Nabokov... allusion to the works of poets of previous centuries. An example of this is's novel Pale Fire, the second section of which is a 999 line, 4 canto poe ...
Frank Macfarlane BurnetThe pathogen of Q fever was discovered in 1937, whenand Mavis Freeman isolated the bacterium from one of Derrick’s patients. I ...
BoltzmannThis is the form for W first derived by. Boltzmann's fundamental equation S=k\,\ln W relates the thermodynamic en ...
Plato... Western politics can be traced back to the Socratic political philosophers,(427–347 BC), Xenophon (c. 430–354 BC), and Aristotle ("The Father of Poli ...
DaubentonIn 1799 he succeededas professor of natural history in the Collège de France. In 1802 he becam ...
Prince Charles... Howells made a scathing criticism of the exhibits as "conceptual bullshit".wrote to him: "It's good to hear your refreshing common sense about the dr ...
Thomas Carlyle... c after reading Dickens's Christmas books and vowed to give generously; andexpressed a generous hospitality by staging two Christmas dinners after re ...
I. A. RichardsThe Philosophy of Rhetoric (1936), bydescribes a metaphor as having two parts: the tenor and the vehicle. The t ...
Alexander Graham Bell... harles Parsons, Joseph Swan, George Westinghouse, Ernst Werner von Siemens,and Lord Kelvin, electricity was turned from a scientific curiosity into a ...
Eugeniusz Kwiatkowski... mic transformation and national industrial development plan led by Minister, the main architect of the Gdynia seaport project, was in progress at the ...
David Hume... ho traced the idea back through the Principle of Laplace to the philosopher.) CSI members argue that none of the paranormal claims have met the stric ...
Baddeley... short-term memory is distinct from these more hypothetical concepts. Within's influential 1986 model of working memory there are two short-term stora ...
Joseph Schumpeter... z Prize winners, Pope Benedict XVI, Heinrich Heine, Friedrich Nietzsche and. In the years 2010 and 2011, the Times Higher Education ranked the Univer ...
Satyendra Nath Bose... assert that “God does not play dice with the universe”. Also in the 1920s,'s work on photons and quantum mechanics provided the foundation for Bose- ...
Fernando Henrique Cardoso... authors it is more humane and efficient. The signers of this document are:, Ernesto Zedillo, Cesar Gaviria, Paulo Coelho, Enrique Santos, Mario Varg ...
Hugh JackmanIn 2003, while promoting X2,mentioned in an interview on UK television morning talk show This Morning ...
Jacques AttaliIn (1985),explores the relationship between noise music and the future of society. H ...
Dexter MorganIn the television series Dexter, Dade City is the fictional home of's deceased biological father Joe Driscoll. As well, the city is incorrect ...
Levon Ter-Petrossian... al between the authorities and opposition demonstrators led by ex-Presidentoccurred after the 2008 Armenian presidential election. The events resulte ...
Frank OlsonIn 2009, author H. P. Albarelli published the book about's death and the experiments conducted at Fort Detrick. The book is based ...
Walther Nernst... ill deviate from the standard potential. In the 20th century German chemistproposed a mathematical model to determine the effect of reactant concentr ...
Cavalier-Smith... rmed in the early 1990s by genetic studies, most notably by Gajadhar et al., introduced the formal name Alveolata in 1991, although at the time he ac ...
Josiah Willard GibbsIn the late 19th century,had formulated a theory to predict whether a chemical reaction is spontane ...
Thomas Young... don, where John Dalton argued for an atomistic interpretation of chemistry,argued for the interpretation of light as a wave, and Michael Faraday esta ...
Maxwell... hen N = 3 or 1 are both problems avoided. In 1922, Hermann Weyl showed that's theory of electromagnetism works only when N = 3 and T = 1, writing tha ...
Charles Kay OgdenE-Prime and's Basic English may lack compatibility because Basic English has a closed ...
Edmund O'Meara... did criticism and controversy. In 1655, the advocate of Galenic physiologysaid that "the miserable torture of vivisection places the body in an unna ...
Jane GoodallThe United Nations appointed, the primatologist most closely associated with chimpanzees and author of ...
Grove Karl Gilbert... and Weber rivers, in particular, are diverted for other uses. In the 1880spredicted that the lake – then in the middle of many years of recession – ...
Ernesto Zedillo... and efficient. The signers of this document are: Fernando Henrique Cardoso,, Cesar Gaviria, Paulo Coelho, Enrique Santos, Mario Vargas Llosa, Moisés ...
Marshall BermanAccording to one of's books (Berman 1982, 16–17), modernity is periodized into three conventi ...
Peter van de Kamp... se orbital parameters would be highly unstable. During the 1950s and 1960s,of Swarthmore College made another prominent series of detection claims, t ...
Nicolas LeblancIn 1791, the French chemistpatented a process for producing sodium carbonate from salt, sulfuric acid ...
Pierre Schaeffer... esisers of the 1970s with Oxygène 7–13, dedicated to his mentor at the GRM,, who had died two years before. Eschewing digital techniques developed in ...
Jean Bodin... g Italy's Giovanni Botero (1544–1617) and Antonio Serra (1580-?); France's,, Colbert and other physiocrats precursors; and the Spanish School of Sala ...
Richard Feynman... adequately resolved until after World War II ended, when Julian Schwinger,, and Sin-Itiro Tomonaga independently posited the technique of renormaliz ...
Heike Kamerlingh Onnes... by Pieter van Musschenbroek in 1746. Another development was in cryogenics:(1913 Nobel prize winner in physics) liquefied helium for the first time ( ...
Lewis CarrollAlice in Wonderland is a 1933 film version of the famous Alice novels of. The film was produced by Paramount Pictures, featuring an all-star cast. ...
Lamarck... er was critical of the evolutionary theories proposed by his contemporariesand Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, which involved the gradual transmutation of on ...
PāṇiniSince the time of, at least, linguists have described the grammars of languages in terms of ...
Stephen HarperThe current, and 22nd, Prime Minister of Canada is the Conservative Party's, who was appointed on 6 February 2006 by Governor General Michaëlle Jean, ...
Émile Durkheim... es that individuals attach to their own actions. Weber is often cited, withand Karl Marx, as one of the three principal architects of modern social s ...
Louis Dupree, the University of Pennsylvania, the Smithsonian Institution and others s ...
Julian Schwinger... was not considered adequately resolved until after World War II ended, when, Richard Feynman, and Sin-Itiro Tomonaga independently posited the techni ...
Forest Ray Moulton... 70 Ophiuchi system with a 36-year period around one of the stars. However,published a paper proving that a three-body system with those orbital para ...
Samuel Johnson... e was apprenticed to a silk mercer in London, but being weary, according to, "of either the restraint or the servility of his occupation", he soon re ...
Giuseppe Mercalli... ng easily. This eruption of Vulcano was carefully documented at the time by
Whitrow... rrow and Tipler (1986) and Tegmark. Barrow has repeatedly cited the work of
Louis-Bernard Guyton de MorveauThe first scientists to suggest disinfecting water with chlorine were(in France) and William Cumberland Cruikshank (in England), both around th ...
Hugh MacDiarmid... been translated in English as Aniara, A Review of Man in Time and Space byand E. Harley Schubert in 1956. A new English translation was published in ...
Herman Kahn... r weapons are simply one more rung on the ladder of escalation pioneered by. This leads to a number of other conclusions regarding the potential uses ...
Noam ChomskyThe formalism of context-free grammars was developed in the mid-1950s by, and also their classification as a special type of formal grammar (which ...
Pieter van Musschenbroek... famous Leyden jar, a capacitor made from a glass jar, invented in Leiden byin 1746. Another development was in cryogenics: Heike Kamerlingh Onnes (19 ...
Pliny... lured to Colossae and slain by an agent of the party of Cyrus the Younger.tells that the wool of Colossae gave its name (colossinus) to the colour o ...
Karl Marx... attach to their own actions. Weber is often cited, with Émile Durkheim and, as one of the three principal architects of modern social science
Eduard Seler... reckoned as the 9th level of the Underworld, which in the interpretation bywas the uppermost underworld in the east
Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire... cal of the evolutionary theories proposed by his contemporaries Lamarck and, which involved the gradual transmutation of one form into another. He re ...
Thomas Jefferson... on County was formed on January 21, 1839. It was named for the US President
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Errett BishopAnother generalization of the Stone–Weierstrass theorem is due to. Bishop's theorem is as follows
Avicenna... isease-like mental states like anger, passion, hatred and depression, while(980–1037 CE) diagnosed ḥuzn in a lovesick man if his pulse increased dras ...
Noam Chomsky... severe criticism of B.F. Skinner's work in 1971 by the cognitive scientist
Jürgen Habermas... phy of convergence proposed by the Frankfurt School (e.g. Theodor W. Adorno)
Vernor Vinge... science fiction writing on occasion. In the novel A Deepness in the Sky by, the spacefaring Qeng Ho culture is depicted as using metric units such a ...
Professor Moriarty... co-produced by the American Broadcasting Company. Orson Welles appeared asin The Final Problem
Aristotle... aro in 1485. It was always Pico’s aim to reconcile the schools of Plato and, since he believed they both used different words to express the same con ...
Marlon Brando... ng at a photograph of the singer, Philbin exclaimed, "He's a guitar playing!" Despite the single having been released only a day before to coincide w ...
Menachem Friedman... in Berlin, Germany for five semesters from mid-1928 through 1930. Professorfound his records amongst the students who "audited courses at the univers ...
Shiffrin... is referred to as the "modal model" and has been most famously detailed by. The exact mechanisms by which this transfer takes place, whether all or ...
Mary Boyce... o be worshipped in the 1st century BC, and to whom an old name was applied., a researcher of ancient Iranian religions, writes that even though Roman ...
Theodor W. Adorno... ist social philosophy of convergence proposed by the Frankfurt School (e.g.Jürgen Habermas )
Gregory BenfordA variation, developed by brothers James Benford and, is to use thermal desorption of propellant trapped in the material of a ...
John Mauchly... ght by various parties to invalidate electronic computing patents issued toand J. Presper Eckert, which were owned by computer manufacturer Sperry Ra ...
Richard Bowdler Sharpe... us name for grebes and European ones, following Nicholas Aylward Vigors and, for divers. The International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature trie ...
Samuel Andrews... ohn D. Rockefeller, his brother William Rockefeller, Henry Flagler, chemist, silent partner Stephen V. Harkness, and Oliver Burr Jennings, who had ma ...
Georges Cuvier... the Latin ruber 'red'. The genus Erithacus was created by French naturalistin 1800, giving the bird its current binomial name of E. rubecula
Leonardo da Vinci... orenzo was a great patron of the arts, commissioning works by Michelangelo,and Botticelli. Lorenzo was an accomplished musician and brought composers ...
Kitty Pryde... mita, Jr., and Marc Silvestri. Additions to the X-Men during this time were/Shadowcat, Dazzler, Forge, Longshot, Psylocke, Rogue, Rachel Summers/Phoe ...
Don ZagierIn 1975, number theoristcommented that primes bot
Bertrand Russell... declined to return to duty; instead, encouraged by pacifist friends such asand Lady Ottoline Morrell, he sent a letter to his commanding officer, tit ...
Engelbert Kaempfer... y a Westerner about the flora, fauna, and landscape of Japan, German doctorwrote: "there is only one breed of cat that is kept. It has large patches ...
Phil McGrawIn March 2004, TV personality(aka Dr. Phil) pulled his “Shape Up” line of supplements off the market in ...
A. T. Still... the philosophy and system of alternative medical practice first proposed byMD in 1874. Its practitioners are known as osteopaths
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Edgar Schein... f the repatriation of American prisoners of war by Robert Jay Lifton and byconcluded that brainwashing (called "thought reform" by Lifton and "coerci ...
Robert L. Forward... m. This concept, called a laser-pushed lightsail, was analyzed by physicistin 1989 as a method of Interstellar travel that would avoid extremely high ...
Wernher von Braun... GMC). Central to this was a group of German scientists and engineers led bythat had originally been brought to America by Colonel Holger Toftoy under ...
Achille Valenciennes... tions of 5000 species of fishes, and was the joint production of Cuvier and. Cuvier's work on this project extended over the years 1828–1831
Louis Pasteur... he became one of the founders of bacteriology, the other major figure being
Aldo Leopold... ctices which prevented many other species from becoming extinct. Naturalistpaid tribute to the vanished species in an observance held at Wyalusing St ...
Oscar Zariski... University, he received his Ph.D. from Harvard while under the direction of. He won the Fields Medal in 1970
Oliver StoneAdditionally, Lemmon and Matthau had small parts in's 1991 film, JFK (the only film in which both appeared without sharing sc ...
Heinrich Wilhelm Matthäus OlbersWhen Pallas was discovered by astronomeron March 28, 1802, it was counted as a planet, as were other asteroids in ...
Horace Lamb... l have an answer for the first." A similar witticism has been attributed to(who had published a noted text book on Hydrodynamics)—his choice being qu ...
Karl Popper... ing to the autonomous education philosophy emerged from the epistemology ofin The Myth of the Framework: In Defence of Science and Rationality, which ...
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Plato... problems. Some attribute it as a carefully constructed myth by followers ofover two centuries after the death of Pythagoras, mainly to bolster the ca ...
Georges Louis Duvernoy... atomie comparée, assisted by A. M. C. Duméril for the first two volumes andfor the three later ones
Mordecai Kaplan... n the theology of Reconstructionist Judaism as presented in the writings of
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Plato... library in which he immersed himself, reading many classic works, including's Republic, and More's Utopia. This would be the beginning of Herbert Geo ...
Werner HeisenbergAccording to an apocryphal story,was asked what he would ask God, given the opportunity. His reply was: "Wh ...
Karl Marx... itutions led by a spontaneous uprising of the working class as predicted by. On 25 January 1918, at the Petrograd Soviet, Lenin declared "Long live t ...
Friedrich Kekulé... versity of Leiden to study chemistry. He then studied in Bonn, Germany withand in Paris with C. A. Wurtz. He received his doctorate under Eduard Muld ...
Robert Metcalfe... ped at Xerox PARC between 1973 and 1974. It was inspired by ALOHAnet, whichhad studied as part of his PhD dissertation. The idea was first documented ...
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Claude Bernard... r influenced the positivist philosopher Auguste Comte, and the physiologist
William HarveyWilliam Osler records that Hunter gave Jenner's advice, very famous in medical circles (and characteristic of the Age o ...
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Clifford Berry... the equivalent of $8403 in 2010) and the assistance of his graduate student, the ABC was prototyped by November of that year
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Friedrich Gustav Jakob Henle... part of Prussia, as the son of a mining official. He studied medicine underat the University of Göttingen and graduated in 1866. He then served in th ...
Auguste ComteThis principle later influenced the positivist philosopher, and the physiologist Claude Bernard
Jacques Delors... eded for EMU, as outlined by the EMU reports of Pierre Werner and President. It was established on 1 June 1998
T. K. Whitaker... etail. It was in this department where Lynch worked closely with Lemass andin generating economic growth and implementing the Programme for Economic ...
Stephanus of Byzantium... have lived after Sextus Empiricus (c. 200 AD), whom he mentions, and beforeand Sopater (c. 500 AD), who quote him. His work makes no mention of Neopl ...
Giuseppe PiazziIn 1801, the astronomerdiscovered an object which he initially believed to be a comet. Shortly th ...
Wim DuisenbergThe first President of the Bank was, the former president of the Dutch central bank and the European Monetary ...
Butler Lampson... filed a patent application listing Metcalfe, David Boggs, Chuck Thacker andas inventors. In 1976, after the system was deployed at PARC, Metcalfe and ...
Terry Winograd... ntersected with hard science in the works in natural language processing by(1973) and the establishment of the first cognitive sciences department in ...
Doctor Destiny... ing, The Floronic Man is detained there, and in The Sandman by Neil Gaiman,escapes the asylum to wreak havoc on both the real and dream worlds. It ha ...
Joseph Black... d from the Latin word calor, meaning heat. Scottish physician and scientist, who was the first to recognize the distinction between heat and temperat ...
Gerhard Domagk... founders of microbiology, inspiring such major figures as Paul Ehrlich and
Johann Reinhold Forster... a suppressed name unfit for further use and establishing Gavia, created byin 1788, as the valid genus name for the loons. However, the situation was ...
Plato... molao Barbaro in 1485. It was always Pico’s aim to reconcile the schools ofand Aristotle, since he believed they both used different words to express ...
Guillaume-François Rouelle... nown as "le cadet" (the younger) to distinguish him from his older brother,, who was also a chemist
Kikunae IkedaProfessorfrom the Tokyo Imperial University isolated glutamic acid as a new taste s ...
Konstantin Tsiolkovsky... 6, when Robert Goddard considered the possibility in his personal notebook.published the idea in 1911
Mary Pickford... work for Lubin Studios, advising her fellow young Canadian, the 18-year-old, to take her place as IMP's star
Karl Weierstrass... omial interpolation. The original version of this result was established byin 1885 using the Weierstrass transform
Barry Humphries... s His Own (1974). The Barry McKenzie films saw performing-artist and writercollaborating with director Bruce Beresford. In 1976, Peter Finch was awar ...
Peter Simon Pallas... ted to the Pallas asteroid, being instead named after the German naturalist. The chemical element palladium, on the other hand, was named after the a ...
Gideon Mantell... il collectors such as Mary Anning, William Conybeare, William Buckland, and, who found and described the first ichthyosaurs, plesiosaurs, and dinosau ...
Filippo Pacini... xperiments. The bacterium had been previously isolated by Italian anatomistin 1854, but his work had been ignored due to the predominance of the mias ...
Bernhard Karlgren... olarly debate. One of the first systems was devised by the Swedish linguistin the early 1900s; most present systems rely heavily on Karlgren's insigh ...
Joan Crawford... ar, Davis refused the title role in Mildred Pierce (1945), a role for whichwon an Academy Award, and instead made The Corn Is Green (1945) based on a ...
Franz Aepinus... systems of many different countries. A system produced by a mathematician,, stood out in particular. He was strongly in favor of the adoption of the ...
Alexandre Lamfalussy... Institute. While Duisenberg had been the head of the EMI (taking over fromof Belgium) just before the ECB came into existence, the French government ...
James Watt... acid by the lead chamber process invented by the Englishman John Roebuck ('s first partner) in 1746. He was able to greatly increase the scale of th ...
Aristotle... e best of the medieval and Islamic commentators (see Averroes, Avicenna) onin a famous long letter to Ermolao Barbaro in 1485. It was always Pico’s a ...
Louis Jacques ThénardCatalase was first noticed in 1818 when, who discovered H 2 O 2 (hydrogen peroxide), suggested that peroxide's br ...
Stephen GrayFurther work was conducted by Otto von Guericke, Robert Boyle,and C. F. du Fay. In the 18th century, Benjamin Franklin conducted extensi ...
Lee Teng-hui... their electoral campaign on Chiang's successor, President and KMT Chairmanbecause of Lee's support of Taiwan for Taiwanese. Chiang Ching-kuo, howeve ...
Doris DayThe title sequence had light happy music (picked up from themovie, The Thrill of it All) instead of the more hip surf theme that was t ...
Eduard BuchnerIt was the discovery of enzymes at the beginning of the 20th century bythat separated the study of the chemical reactions of metabolism from the ...
Vladimir LeninIn April of that year,arrived in Russia from Switzerland, calling for "All power to the soviets. ...
Gottfried Leibniz... al occurrence. However, other Protestant writers, such as David Blondel and, rejected the story
Lee Teng-hui... Martial law was lifted one year later by Chiang Ching-kuo. Chiang selected, a Taiwanese born technocrat to be his Vice President. The move followed ...
Roger Blench... longside East and West Semitic, rather than as a subgroup of South Semitic.notes that the Gurage languages are highly divergent and wonders whether t ...
Hermann von Helmholtz... is, which had been developed by Josiah Willard Gibbs, Oliver Heaviside, and. Vector analysis described the same phenomena as quaternions, so it borro ...
Andrey Kolmogorov... in space so that a statistical description is needed. Russian mathematicianproposed the first statistical theory of turbulence, based on the aforemen ...
Jean-Antoine NolletIn 1746 the French scientist and abbé, gathered about two hundred monks into a circle about a mile (1.6 km) in ...
Marlon Brando... ch he directed, produced, and wrote. The latter film stars Sophia Loren and, and Chaplin made his final on-screen appearance in a brief cameo role as ...
Robert Reich... mos T. Akerman, Secretary of Defense James V. Forrestal, Secretary of Labor, former Secretary of the Treasury Henry Paulson, and the current Secretar ...
Lavoisier... ve quantity. The idea that heat was a conservative quantity was invented by, and is called the 'caloric theory'; by the middle of the nineteenth cent ...
James B. Sumner... ny plants and animals. In 1937 catalase from beef liver was crystallised byand the molecular weight was worked out in 1938
Carl Linnaeus... name used in the first modern scientific description of a Gavia species (by) in 1758. Unfortunately, confusion about whether Linnaeus' "wastebin genu ...
Lewis Carroll... ted by Norman Z. McLeod from a screenplay by Joseph L. Mankiewicz, based on's books Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass. I ...
Aristotle... egan by asking Avicenna eighteen questions, ten of which were criticisms of's On the Heavens
Thomas JeffersonWhen Presidentcommissioned the building of the National Road from Baltimore to St. Louis ...
Mulla Sadra... a panentheistic trend, represented by scholars such as Sayyid Haydar Amuli,(all of whom were influenced by Ibn Arabi). Some Sufi Orders, notably the ...
Edgar ScheinIn a summary published in 1963,gave a background history of the precursor origins of the brainwashing phe ...
Marlon Brando... off the ground including Haunted Summer, about Mary Shelley and a film withabout the Indian massacre at Wounded Knee
Oscar Loew... ested that peroxide's breakdown is caused by an unknown substance. In 1900,was the first to give it the name catalase, and found its presence in many ...
Pliny the Elder... via comes from the Latin for "sea mew", as used by ancient Roman naturalist
Louis Pasteur... 19th century, when studying the fermentation of sugar to alcohol by yeast,concluded that fermentation was catalyzed by substances within the yeast c ...
Margaret Thatcher... al backers included Sir Mark Thatcher, son of former British Prime Ministerand possibly the British novelist Jeffrey Archer. Somewhere between $3 mil ...
Henry Paulson... orrestal, Secretary of Labor Robert Reich, former Secretary of the Treasury, and the current Secretary of the Treasury Timothy Geithner. C. Everett K ...
Pierre de Fermat... are of the form , with k an arbitrary natural number. They are named afterwho conjectured that all such numbers F k are prime. This was based on the ...
Doreen McAndrew DiDomenico... ich comprises Bayonne and Country Village in Jersey City, is represented by
Guglielmo Marconi... h the now-famous activities launched by inventors Alexander Graham Bell and
Lord Kelvin... n, George Westinghouse, Ernst Werner von Siemens, Alexander Graham Bell and, electricity was turned from a scientific curiosity into an essential too ...
John von Neumann... the U.S. Navy had decided to build a large scale computer, on the advice of. Atanasoff was put in charge of the project, and he asked Mauchly to help ...
Oliver Heaviside... laced by vector analysis, which had been developed by Josiah Willard Gibbs,, and Hermann von Helmholtz. Vector analysis described the same phenomena ...
Averroes... at he believed to be the best of the medieval and Islamic commentators (see, Avicenna) on Aristotle in a famous long letter to Ermolao Barbaro in 148 ...
Alexander Graham Bell... scientific achievement with the now-famous activities launched by inventorsand Guglielmo Marconi
Benjamin Bloomhas suggested three domains of learning
Ptolemy... n Bay has been inhabited by humans since prehistoric times, the writings of(the Egyptian astronomer and cartographer) in about 140 AD provide possibl ...
Isidore Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire... on comparative anatomists and zoologists Étienne Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire andby whom her father was employed to create illustrations
Émile Littré... ed the election of agnostic intellectuals. Dupanloup resigned in 1875 after, an agnostic, was elected to the Academy
Richard Trevithick... he table engine. Towards the turn of the 19th century, the Cornish engineer, and the American, Oliver Evans began to construct higher pressure non-co ...
Éamon de Valera... rs, Lynch became speech writer and research assistant for the party leader,
Samuel Johnson... e of a person who may have used obsessive–compulsive traits to advantage is, the 18th-century English man of letters, who likely had Tourette syndrom ...
Josiah Willard Gibbs... nions began to be displaced by vector analysis, which had been developed by, Oliver Heaviside, and Hermann von Helmholtz. Vector analysis described t ...
Kiyotsugu HirayamaIn 1917, the Japanese astronomerbegan to study asteroid motions. By plotting the mean orbital motion, incl ...
Benjamin Franklin's... y. This was the two-fluid theory of electricity, which was to be opposed byone-fluid theory later in the century
Aristotelian... unt &c. He poked fun at the arrogance of the work and Woodward's misguided,insistence that what is theoretically attractive must be actually true. In ...
Robert Hetzron... The classification based on shared innovations given below, established byin 1976 and with later emendations by John Huehnergard and Rodgers as summ ...
Fred Hoyle... me to be called the Big Bang theory of the origin of the universe. In 1948,set out his opposing steady state theory in which the universe continually ...
John WoodwardHe first wrote satire in 1697, when he answered Dr.'s An essay towards a natural history of the earth and terrestrial bodies, ...
John C. FrémontEven the Governor of the Arizona Territory,, reported after the gunfight, "Many of the very best law-abiding and peac ...
Nicholas Aylward Vigors... ornithologists using the genus name for grebes and European ones, followingand Richard Bowdler Sharpe, for divers. The International Commission on Zo ...
Christof Koch... '. In the final phase of his career, Crick established a collaboration withthat lead to publication of a series of articles on consciousness during t ...
Allan McLeod Cormack... the Mayo Clinic has an EMI scanner on display in the Radiology Department.of Tufts University in Massachusetts independently invented a similar proc ...
Julius Richard Petri... Walther Hesse) and the Petri dish (named after its inventor, his assistant). These devices are still used today. With these techniques, he was able ...
Avicenna... eved to be the best of the medieval and Islamic commentators (see Averroes,) on Aristotle in a famous long letter to Ermolao Barbaro in 1485. It was ...
Dick Anthony... ame under criticism in subsequent years. According to forensic psychologist, the CIA invented the concept of "brainwashing" as a propaganda strategy ...
Paul Ehrlich... lion birds" and earned $60,000, the equivalent of $1 million dollars today.says a "single hunter" sent three million birds to eastern cities
Aristotle... h remain extant — did circulate in antiquity. Critical ancient sources likeand Aristoxenus cast doubt on these writings. Ancient Pythagoreans usually ...
Étienne Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire... ecame friends with the father and son comparative anatomists and zoologistsand Isidore Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire by whom her father was employed to crea ...
Johann von GoetheThe castle is surrounded by a park, where the famous poetonce walked. The Heidelberger Bergbahn funicular railway runs from Kornmak ...
Francis La Flesche... ced back to the late 19th century, when researchers like Alice Fletcher andstudied the music of the Omaha peoples, working for the Bureau of American ...
Nicholas Kaldor... essed prices, as he was convinced that Japan would honour its obligations (pages 66–67)
Che Guevara... cis Ford Coppola's Youth Without Youth (2007) and another cameo in the 2008biopic Che. He lent his voice to the English version of the animated film ...
Nicholson... er could be decomposed by the current from a voltaic pile was discovered byand Carlisle in 1800, a process now known as electrolysis. Their work was ...
James Clerk Maxwell... d, and did not follow the metric pattern of a base unit and prefixed units.and Elihu Thomson (through the British Association for the Advancement of ...
Lorentz... differential equations to develop electrodynamics with the four parameters.discovered some invariances of Maxwell's equations late in the 19th centur ...
Norman FinkelsteinAccording to political scientisttransfer was considered as an acceptable solution to the problems of ethni ...
Arago... tronomical observations of the known planet Uranus. Encouraged by physicist, Director of the Paris Observatory, Le Verrier was intensely engaged for ...
Alessandro VoltaIn 1800invented the Voltaic Pile, allowing for a continuous current of electricit ...
Steven Weinberg... magnetic and weak interactions in the standard model is due to Abdus Salam,and, subsequently, Sheldon Glashow. After the discovery, made at CERN, of ...
Aristotle... n, and through Galen the doctrine of Hippocrates, modified by the system of. But the Canon of Ibn Sīnā is distinguished from the Al-Hawi (Continence) ...
Peter Simon Pallas... on in Saint Petersburg in 1765. She lured the scientists Leonhard Euler andfrom Berlin and Anders Johan Lexell from Sweden to the Russian capital
Umberto Eco... the life of a Byzantine girl during the carnage and falls in love with her.'s novel Baudolino begins shortly after the Sack of Constantinople
Marvin Harrisestimated that among Paleolithic hunters 23-50% of newborn children were k ...
Godfrey HounsfieldThe first commercially viable CT scanner was invented by Sirin Hayes, United Kingdom, at EMI Central Research Laboratories using X-ray ...
Leo MarksWhenwas appointed codes officer of the Special Operations Executive (SOE) in L ...
William Crookes... the elements it was not until the late 1800s that the element was isolated.observed the phosphorescent spectra of the rare elements and observed spec ...
Ptolemy... the star's emanations would not cause wheat rust on wheat crops that year.of Alexandria mapped the stars in Books VII and VIII of his Almagest, in w ...
E. R. ThieleWilliam F. Albright has dated his reign to 915 – 913 BCE.offers the dates 914/913 – 911/910 BCE. As explained in the Rehoboam artic ...
Marlon Brando... officer charged with "terminating" the command of Colonel Walter E. Kurtz.played Kurtz, and it remains one of his most famous roles
Pierre Clastres... concept of direct democracy are: Cornelius Castoriadis, Hannah Arendt, and
Richard Feynman... rapid variation of pressure and velocity in space and time. Nobel Laureatedescribed turbulence as "the most important unsolved problem of classical ...
William Petty... mounts of trade data and used it extensively in their research and writing., a strong mercantilist, is generally credited with being the first to use ...
Roger Penrose... Big Bang singularity exist in the universe. The hypothesis was conceived byin 1969. Cosmic censorship hypotheses should be distinguished from chronol ...
Baron von Zach... t from sight for several months, but was recovered later in the year by theand Heinrich W. M. Olbers after a preliminary orbit was computed by Friedr ...
G. N. Amdahl... . P. Luhn wrote an internal IBM memorandum that used hashing with chaining., E. M. Boehme, N. Rochester, and Arthur Samuel implemented a program usin ...
Joan Crawford... ecome an actress by her mother's love of movies. Her mother named her after, using the Southern pronunciation of the name "Joanne". Attending the pre ...
David J. Tholen... as about to confirm its discovery. However, astronomers Olivier Hainaut andof the University of Hawaii stated that the alleged photo was an altered c ...
Anders Johan Lexell... lured the scientists Leonhard Euler and Peter Simon Pallas from Berlin andfrom Sweden to the Russian capital
Nathan Bailey... is from the Greek, virtually , from "human", and "wisdom". It is listed by(1742) as meaning "the knowledge of the nature of man" (OED). Authors whos ...
William NicholsonIn 1800,and Johann Wilhelm Ritter succeeded in decomposing water into hydrogen and ...
Alexandre BrongniartCuvier collaborated for several years with, an instructor at the Paris mining school, to produce a monograph on the ...
Allan McLeod Cormack... od – this last due to the work of Godfrey Hounsfield and South African-born– gradually supplanted it as the modality of CT. In terms of mathematics, ...
Paul R. EhrlichNaturalistwrote that the Passenger Pigeon's extinction "illustrates a very important ...
Heinrich W. M. Olbers... veral months, but was recovered later in the year by the Baron von Zach andafter a preliminary orbit was computed by Friedrich Gauss. This object cam ...
Sydney Brenner... ure was established in 2003 following an endowment by his former colleague,, joint winner of the 2002 Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine. The lec ...
Democritus... causing stupidity, but the city counted among its citizens the philosophers, Protagoras and Anaxarchus, and historian and philosopher Hecataeus of Ab ...
Thomas Henry Huxley... ton, now part of Imperial College London) in London, studying biology under. As an alumnus, he later helped to set up the Royal College of Science As ...
John Winthrop... House at Harvard University is named in honor of him and of his descendant, who briefly served as President of Harvard
Carl Friedrich Gauss... derive electric and magnetic metric units, following the recommendation ofin 1832
Jim Cairns... m was elected leader of the party, defeating leading left-wing candidate Dr
Samuel JohnsonThe writer and criticwrote that Paradise Lost shows off "[Milton's] peculiar power to astonish" ...
Charles DarwinLocal attractions include Down House (the home of), Chislehurst Caves, Holwood House (the home of William Pitt the Younger) ...
Friedrich Gauss... on Zach and Heinrich W. M. Olbers after a preliminary orbit was computed by. This object came to be named Ceres, and was the first asteroid to be dis ...
Aristotle... Plato, as did his teacher, Marsilio Ficino, but retained a deep respect for. Although he was a product of the studia humanitatis, Pico was constituti ...
Larry SabatoIn his book A More Perfect Constitution, Professorelaborated on this advantage of the Electoral College, arguing to "mend it ...
Elijah Snow... the Planetary special Planetary/Batman: Night on Earth, it was implied thathad somehow temporarily left the Wildstorm universe to witness the Crisis. ...
Freud... r also makes an apt pun on the names of two famous psychoanalysts, Jung and
Johann Galle... vatory. Le Verrier transmitted his own prediction by 18 September letter toof the Berlin Observatory. The letter arrived five days later, and the pla ...
Roger PenroseThe hypothesis was first formulated byin 1969, and it is not stated in a completely formal way. In a sense it is ...
Stanley Biber... ional reputation for performing sex reassignment surgery. In the 1960s, Dr., a veteran surgeon returning from Korea, decided to move to Trinidad beca ...
Richardson... orementioned notion of the energy cascade (an idea originally introduced by) and the concept of self-similarity. As a result, the Kolmogorov microsca ...
Eugène-Anatole Demarçay... However, the discovery of europium is generally credited to French chemist, who suspected samples of the recently discovered element samarium were c ...
Anaximander... rom the lost doxography of Sotion. The biographies of the former begin with, and end with Clitomachus, Theophrastus and Chrysippus; the latter begins ...
Charles Lyell... ol of geological thought lost ground to uniformitarianism, as championed byand others, which claimed that the geological features of the earth were b ...
Nicholas of Cusa... tant threat. Towards the end of the Middle Ages, many philosophers, such asand Francisco Suarez, propounded similar theories. The church was the fina ...
Carl Schmitt... hilosopher, Martin Heidegger and its most prominent constitutional scholar,, spoke in favour of it, and Heidegger became the sponsor of a manifesto o ...
Kevin Warwick... riment with RFID implants was conducted by British professor of cybernetics, who implanted a chip in his arm in 1998. In 2004 Conrad Chase offered im ...
John Daniell... y's experiments led him to state his two laws of electrochemistry. In 1836,invented a primary cell in which hydrogen was eliminated in the generation ...
Archytas... s observances and scientific pursuits, while individuals, as in the case of, acquired now and then great political influence. Concerning the fate of ...
Pliny... coast of Sicily which, in his time, still deserved the name of cities; andgives it the title of a Colonia. It is probable that it received a colony ...
Abdus Salam... f the electromagnetic and weak interactions in the standard model is due to, Steven Weinberg and, subsequently, Sheldon Glashow. After the discovery, ...
Friedrich Engels... holic communion rite, hence English atheists denoted themselves socialists.argued that in 1848, at the time when the Communist Manifesto was publishe ...
Newton... n Uranus's observed orbit and the one predicted from the laws of gravity of. At the same time, but unknown to Le Verrier, similar calculations were m ...
Albert Einstein... attempts of the Banovina of Croatia to have them extradited were fruitless.and Heinrich Mann sent a letter to the International League for Human Righ ...
Samuel Johnson... fire in 1771, but by 1774 the house, though incomplete, was inhabited. Dr.visiting the house in 1781 is quoted as saying, "This is one of the places ...
Christopher Alexander... were in part inspired by the work of two architectural and urban theorists,and Jay Forrester
Charles DarwinThis was the first stop the HMS Beagle made on its journey on whichwould make his amazing discoveries
Hans Christian Ørsteddiscovered in 1820 that an electric current produces a magnetic field whic ...
Mario Draghi... e Governing Council. It is composed of the President of the Bank (currently), a vice president (currently Vitor Constâncio) and four other members. T ...
Joseph Louis Lagrange... 8, 1794, the president of the commission which developed the metric system,, proposed in a report to the commission the names déci-jour and centi-jou ...
Jean Harlow... a Shearer Arrouge, along with her first husband Irving Thalberg. Her friendis in the crypt next door. Thalberg's crypt was engraved "My Sweetheart Fo ...
John James Audubon... popular, commercial hunting started on a prodigious scale. The bird painterdescribed the preparations for slaughter at a known pigeon-roosting site
Alan Guth... ings to generate and transmit de novo information into a distinct universe.has speculated that a civilization at the top of the Kardashev scale might ...
Che GuevaraIn 1965 Argentinian revolutionaryused the western shores of Lake Tanganyika as a training camp for guerrill ...
Godfrey Hounsfield... and of the transverse axial scanning method – this last due to the work ofand South African-born Allan McLeod Cormack – gradually supplanted it as t ...
R. H. MacArthurThe concept was derived fromand W. D. Hamilton's work on sex ratios, derived from Fisher's principle, ...
Carl Sagan... total dispersal of Galileo's plutonium in the Earth's atmosphere. Scientist, for example, a strong supporter of the Galileo mission, said in 1989 tha ...
Andrei LindeMeanwhile,, Alan Guth, Ted Harrison, and Ernest Sternglass argue that inflationary c ...
Richardson... e, in large bodies of water like oceans this coefficient can be found using's four-third power law and is governed by the random walk principle. In r ...
William Buckland... sh geologists and fossil collectors such as Mary Anning, William Conybeare,, and Gideon Mantell, who found and described the first ichthyosaurs, ples ...
Joseph Campbell... work is frequently seen as exemplifying the monomyth structure laid out in's The Hero with a Thousand Faces, Gaiman says that he started reading The ...
Stephen Jay Gould... e. Biodiversity became a cause of major concern as habitat destruction, and's theory of punctuated equilibrium revolutionized evolutionary thought
Louis Jean Pierre Vieillot... lved even then, and the following year the ICZN had to act again to prevent's 1818 almost-forgotten family name Urinatoridae from overruling the much ...
André-Marie AmpèreIn 1821,suggested that telegraphy could be done by a system of galvanometers, with ...
Vito Volterra... icular case of composition products considered by the Italian mathematicianin 1913
T. R. M. HowardThe couple moved to Mound Bayou, Mississippi, wherehad hired Evers as a salesman for his Magnolia Mutual Life Insurance Compa ...
D.S.FalconerThe "reeler" mouse was described for the first time in 1951 byin Edinburgh University as a spontaneous variant arising in a colony of mi ...
Gustav von Schmoller... st" German historical school of economics, represented by academics such asand his student Werner Sombart. But, even though Weber's research interest ...
Johann Palisa| discovered=November 12, 1885| discovery_ref=| alt_names=A915 TN; | named ...
Heinrich Matthias Konen... he first in the British occupation zone. The first university president was, who was expelled from the university in 1934 because of his opposition t ...
Jean Piaget... itive development or the construction of human thought or mental processes.was one of the more important and influential people in the field of Devel ...
Stewart Farrar... Gardnerian Book of Shadows. In the 1970s, the Alexandrians Janet Farrar anddecided, with the consent of Doreen Valiente, that much of the Gardnerian ...
Maynard Smith... opt T instead of S. This fact represents the point of departure of the ESS.and Price specify two conditions for a strategy S to be an ESS. Eithe
John EcclesPopper andspeculated on the problem of free will for many years generally agreeing o ...
Sir John Lubbock... ithos, "stone", literally meaning "New Stone Age." The term was invented byin 1865 as a refinement of the three-age system
Nick Cave... ey Cricket Ground, also included performances by Powderfinger, Silverchair,, John Butler Trio, Finn Brothers and others
Marcel Riesz... rem from which the Hahn–Banach theorem can be derived was proved in 1923 by
Alan GuthMeanwhile, Andrei Linde,, Ted Harrison, and Ernest Sternglass argue that inflationary cosmology st ...
Werner Sombart... mics, represented by academics such as Gustav von Schmoller and his student. But, even though Weber's research interests were very much in line with ...
James WattA fundamental change in working principles was brought about by. In close collaboration with Matthew Boulton, he had succeeded by 1778 in ...
Brad DeLong... ession, and has been challenged as revisionist by many economists includingof U.C. Berkeley
Ilya Prigogine... reasing "entropy gap", casting doubt on the heat death hypothesis. Invoking's work on far-from-equilibrium thermodynamics, their analysis suggests th ...
William SturgeonIn 1825invented the electromagnet, with a single winding of uninsulated wire on a ...
Joseph Black... ncept of latent heat with respect to volume was perhaps first recognized byin 1762. The term 'latent heat of expansion' is also used. The latent heat ...
Lewis Carroll... n a uniquely complex linguistic style, coined the words monomyth and quark.has been called "the king of neologistic poems" because of his poem, "Jabb ...
Henri Poincaré... temps was created by the French Bureau of Longitude, with the mathematicianas secretary. The commission proposed making the standard hour the base un ...
Olinde Rodrigues... nt precursors to this work included Euler's four-square identity (1748) and' parameterization of general rotations by four parameters (1840), but nei ...
Huygens... ad to be justifiable in terms of direct physical action, a position held byand the German philosopher Gottfried Leibniz, who, while following in the ...
Georg Simmel... the work of contemporary neo-Kantian philosopher and pioneering sociologist
Erik Erikson... ic reasoning." His work can be compared to Lev Vygotsky, Sigmund Freud, andwho were also great contributors in the field of Developmental Psychology
Carl Friedrich Gauss... either of these writers treated the four-parameter rotations as an algebra.had also discovered quaternions in 1819, but this work was only published ...
Pierce Brodkorb... younger Gaviidae. Nowadays, even though some eminent ornithologists such astried to keep the debate alive at first, the ICZN's solution has been foun ...
Descartes... by the Cambridge University Physicist and mathematician Isaac Newton. Whereheld that all motions should be explained with respect to the immediate fo ...
William Grove... alloying the amalgamated zinc with mercury would produce a better voltage.produced the first fuel cell in 1839. In 1846, Wilhelm Weber developed the ...
Johann Palisa... ilde is a main-belt asteroid about 50 km in diameter that was discovered byin 1885. It has a relatively elliptical orbit that requires more than four ...
Eduard Helly... in the late 1920s, although a special case was proved earlier (in 1912) by, and a general extension theorem from which the Hahn–Banach theorem can b ...
Steve Wozniak... orage and retrieval to replace cassettes. The Disk II interface, created by, was regarded as an engineering masterpiece for its economy of electronic ...
Barry Humphries... his soul, but repeatedly tricks him. The film features cameo appearances byas Envy and Raquel Welch as Lust. Moore composed the soundtrack music and ...
Galileo GalileiLyrical references in this passage include Scaramouche, the fandango,, Figaro and Bismillah, as rival factions fight over the narrator's soul. ...
Averroes... uropean universities, and eclipse the names of Rhazes, Ali ibn al-Abbas and. His work is not essentially different from that of his predecessor Rhaze ...
Paul RozinPsychologistsuggests that eating chilis is an example of a "constrained risk" like rid ...
Jastrow... ue; Yer. Nazir vii.56a; Yer. San. i.18a; compare Josephus, B. J. ii.14, § 5;, Dict. p. 838), whence some of the most prominent teachers of the next g ...
Charles Peirce... o scientific theories about the universe. Popper's falsifiability resembles's nineteenth century fallibilism. In Of Clocks and Clouds (1966), Popper ...
Eric Chaisson... irections distinct from the scenarios set out by Dyson. Theoretical work byfinds that an expanding spacetime gives rise to an increasing "entropy gap ...
Charles Sanders Peirce... Morris's interpretation of an interpretant, a term used in the semiotics of, has been understood to be strictly psychological. Morris's system of sig ...
Wilhelm WeberWilliam Grove produced the first fuel cell in 1839. In 1846,developed the electrodynamometer. In 1868, Georges Leclanché patented a ne ...
John C. Frémont... -day Saints in the Utah Territory, and a close friend of Arizona's governor. Virgil and Morgan remained bedridden throughout the trial and did not te ...
Joseph Henry... shed iron, which increased the magnetic force produced by electric current.improved it in 1828 by placing several windings of insulated wire around t ...
Mary Anning... ectacular finds, mostly by English geologists and fossil collectors such as, William Conybeare, William Buckland, and Gideon Mantell, who found and d ...
John Aubrey... lton was nearly sixty when he published Paradise Lost in 1667. [The writer](1626-97) tell us that the poem was begun in about 1658 and finished in ab ...
Ptolemy... nce of Southeast Asia had been known to the Greeks. The Egyptian astronomerin his Geographia named the Malay Peninsula as Aurea Chersonesus (Golden P ...
Stefan Banach... em, and has numerous uses in convex geometry. It is named for Hans Hahn andwho proved this theorem independently in the late 1920s, although a specia ...
George M. DarrowIn the late 1920s,of the USDA began tracking down reports of a large, reddish-purple berry t ...
PlatoPico based his ideas chiefly on, as did his teacher, Marsilio Ficino, but retained a deep respect for Ari ...
Gary KildallAfter learning about the deal, Digital Research founderthreatened to sue IBM for infringing DRI's intellectual property, and IBM ...
Carl Menger... om those of other German historicists and were closer, in fact, to those ofand the Austrian School, the traditional rivals of the historical school. ...
Harlow Shapley... e, orbiting the centre in highly elliptical orbits. In 1917, the astronomerwas able to estimate the Sun's distance from the galactic centre based on ...
Stephen Hawking... hysics, driven by the development of the integrated circuit, and the laser.developed his theories of black holes and the boundary-condition of the un ...
Ampère... eld exerts a force on a current. The phenomenon was further investigated by, who discovered that two parallel current-carrying wires exerted a force ...
Aristotle... and functions of parts of the body are also covered. The Canon agrees with(and disagrees with Hippocrates) that tuberculosis was contagious, a fact ...
Charles M. HallIn 1886, Paul Héroult anddeveloped an efficient method (the Hall–Héroult process) to obtain alumini ...
Paul Scherrer... . Leading nuclear physicists at the Federal Institute of Technology such asmade this a realistic possibility, and in 1958 the population clearly vote ...
William Rowan HamiltonQuaternion algebra was introduced by Irish mathematician Sirin 1843. Important precursors to this work included Euler's four-square id ...
Franz Cumont... god. (This point has been understood by Mithras scholars since the days of.) An early example of the Greek form of the name is in a 4th century BC w ...
Stephanus of Byzantium... the Suda. The modern form "Diogenes Laertius" is much rarer, and occurs in, and in a lemma to the Greek Anthology. He is also referred to as "Laerte ...
Géza Róheim... amage in children. Conversely, studying societies that practice infanticidereported that even infanticidal mothers in New Guinea, who ate a child, di ...
Max Weber... as contemporary to the formation of the state, later defined by sociologistas achieving a "monopoly on the legitimate use of physical force" and whic ...
Euclid... referred to as Euclid's theorem in honor of the ancient Greek mathematician, since the first known proof for this statement is attributed to him. Man ...
John Gorton... nister for three weeks until the Liberals could elect a new leader. Senatorwon the vote and became Prime Minister. The leadership campaign was conduc ...
Pier Paolo Pasolini... s after legal release and distribution rights were granted to video and TV.directed a heavily modernized Italian film version of the play in 1967. Th ...
Josh FisherOne of the licensees of the Multiflow technology is Hewlett-Packard, whichjoined after Multiflow's demise. Bob Rau, founder of Cydrome, also joined ...
Robert Jay Lifton... er the war, two studies of the repatriation of American prisoners of war byand by Edgar Schein concluded that brainwashing (called "thought reform" b ...
Angela Merkel... ly." Until recently, Greek Euro zone exit was rejected by German Chancellor. The German government's current position is, to keep Greece within the e ...
Kazimieras Būga... be reconstructed as Mindaugas or Mindaugis. In 1909 the Lithuanian linguistpublished a research paper supporting the suffix -as, which has since been ...
Indiana Jones... red Serpent. Similarly, Thom Duncan published an independent novel where an-type character escapes from a curelom, described as a mammoth. In another ...
Hrabanus Maurus... elm, Bede, Alcuin - and was abridged or largely used in the next century byof Fulda and Servatus Lupus of Ferrières. About a thousand manuscripts exi ...
Carl Friedrich Gaussnamed after
Charles Hatchett... ng Uranus, which he discovered, and other planets), and the burial place ofwho discovered niobium
Margaret Thatcher... as found to be the fourth most recognisable after the Queen, Tony Blair and
Walter Kauzmann... bonding, an idea first put forth by William Astbury in 1933. Later work byon denaturation, based partly on previous studies by Kaj Linderstrøm-Lang, ...
G. H. Hardy... ng the topic. In particular, number theorists such as British mathematicianprided themselves on doing work that had absolutely no military significan ...
Jerry Fodor... basis for an algorithmic description of how human minds work. Rey builds on's representational theory of mind to produce his own version of a Computa ...
Galileo Galilei... dy the planet Jupiter and its moons. Named after the Renaissance astronomer, it was launched on October 18, 1989, by the Space Shuttle Atlantis on th ...
Isaac Asimov... aims; RSEP disbanded and its members, along with others such as Carl Sagan,, B.F. Skinner, and Philip J. Klass joined Kurtz to form CSICOP
Milton Friedman... ughart. The book also received favorable reviews from academics Gary Kleck,, and Thomas Sowell
Professor Frink... se of Horror XIV" where he is seen presenting the Nobel Prize in Physics to
Alexander Graham Bell... rel, and Marie Curie, and inventors such as Nikola Tesla, Thomas Edison and. The world was changing rapidly, too rapidly for many, who feared the cha ...
Huey P. Newton... 70s, Horowitz developed a close friendship with Black Panther Party founder. In Horowitz's subsequent writings, Newton is depicted as equal parts gan ...
Maurice Loyal Huggins... , Latimer and Rodebush cite work by a fellow scientist at their laboratory,, saying, "Mr. Huggins of this laboratory in some work as yet unpublished, ...
John Maynard SmithEvolutionarily stable strategies were defined and introduced byand George R. Price in a 1973 Nature paper. Such was the time taken in pee ...
Donald KnuthIn 1983, Zapf had completed the typeface AMS Euler withand David Siegel of Stanford University for the American Mathematical Soci ...
Johann Friedrich von Eschscholtz... urik. In this vessel, with only twenty-seven men, including the naturalistsand Adelbert von Chamisso, and the artist Louis Choris, Kotzebue set out o ...
Richard Leakey... Turkana Boy which was found by Kamoya Kimeu in 1984 on an excavation led by. The oldest Acheulean tools ever discovered anywhere in the world are fro ...
Thomas Bopp... he comet was discovered in 1995 by two independent observers, Alan Hale and, both in the United States
Maurice Wilkins... klin. Crick and Watson felt that they had benefited from collaborating with. They offered him a co-authorship on the article that first described the ...
Radhanath SikdarIn 1852, stationed at the survey's headquarters in Dehradun,, an Indian mathematician and surveyor from Bengal, was the first to ident ...
Samuel Johnson... d became a major literary and artistic patron. Among his beneficiaries were, Tobias Smollett, Robert Adam, William Robertson and John Hill. He also g ...
Linus PaulingIn the book The Nature of the Chemical Bond,credits T. S. Moore and T. F. Winmill with the first mention of the hydrog ...
Walther Hermann Nernst... studies of the conductivity and electrolytic dissociation of organic acids.developed the theory of the electromotive force of the voltaic cell in 188 ...
Ludwig von Sybel... ft two sons, one of whom became an officer in the Prussian army; the other,(b. 1846), a professor of archaeology in the university of Marburg, was th ...
Thomas Edison... aday, Henri Becquerel, and Marie Curie, and inventors such as Nikola Tesla,and Alexander Graham Bell. The world was changing rapidly, too rapidly for ...
Hans Sloane... since its foundation in 1753 after receiving 160 Egyptian objects from Sir. After the defeat of the forces under Napoleon at the Battle of the Nile ...
Ted HarrisonMeanwhile, Andrei Linde, Alan Guth,, and Ernest Sternglass argue that inflationary cosmology strongly suggest ...
John Maynard Keynes... r among merchants because it was what is now called "rent seeking". Howeverargued that encouraging production was just as important as consumption,an ...
Ernst Gräfenberg... G-Spot" was coined by Addiego et al. in 1981, after the German gynecologist, even though his 1940s research was dedicated to urethral stimulation and ...
William Herschel... old. It was the marriage place (May 7, 1788) and burial place (1822) of Sir(in whose memory there stands a newly erected stained-glass window depicti ...
Archie CarrNoted residents include the late zoologist and authorand his conservationist wife, Marjorie Harris Carr, who lived for many yea ...
Jessica Utts... results generated by the Stargate project. Reviewers included Ray Hyman and. Utts maintained that there had been a statistically significant positive ...
Robert BoyerIn 1931, Ford hired chemistsand Frank Calvert to produce artificial silk. They succeeded in making a t ...
Aleksandr Lyapunov... poles. Non-linear control systems use specific theories (normally based on's Theory) to ensure stability without regard to the inner dynamics of the ...
William Astbury... secondary structures based on hydrogen bonding, an idea first put forth byin 1933. Later work by Walter Kauzmann on denaturation, based partly on pr ...
Martin Gardner... a tiling of the plane with integral squares, each having a different size.has published an extensive article written by about the early history of s ...
James Clerk Maxwell... tromagnetic waves can travel over some distance. This had been predicted byand Michael Faraday. With his apparatus configuration, the electric and ma ...
Joseph Tykociński-Tykociner... ube laboratory of the Electrical Engineering Department, where he succeeded. With his students he developed many innovative devices, including ultra- ...
Richard Trevithick... ured goods. George Stephenson cannot claim to have invented the locomotive.deserves that credit. George Stephenson, with his work on the Stockton and ...
Carl Friedrich Gauss... tromagnetic telegraph was created by Baron Schilling in Russia, and in 1833and Wilhelm Weber invented their own code to communicate over a distance o ...
Kamoya Kimeu... 6 million year old Homo erectus known as the Turkana Boy which was found byin 1984 on an excavation led by Richard Leakey. The oldest Acheulean tools ...
David Maurer... mes perpetrated by the brothers Fred and Charley Gondorff and documented byin his book The Big Con: The Story of the Confidence Man
John Maclear... outh, England, on 21 December 1872. Other naval officers included Commander. Under the scientific supervision of Thomson himself, she travelled nearl ...
Charles Green... eph Banks, Banks' assistants Daniel Solander and Herman Spöring, astronomer, and artists Sydney Parkinson and Alexander Buchan. These cabins encircle ...
Vladimir Pokhilko... iet government, Pajitnov did not receive royalties. Pajitnov, together with, moved to the United States in 1991 and later, in 1996, founded The Tetri ...
Steven Weinberg... image, where scientists (including the physicists Murray Gell-Mann in 2002,in 2005, and the mathematician Andrew Wiles in 2003) take a walk from Duns ...
Carl Sagan... sful in his aims; RSEP disbanded and its members, along with others such as, Isaac Asimov, B.F. Skinner, and Philip J. Klass joined Kurtz to form CSI ...
Max Perutz... hese data were shown to them, without her knowledge, by Maurice Wilkins and. Her experimental results provided estimates of the water content of DNA ...
Euclid of Alexandria... in's general theory of relativity, and is named for the Greek mathematician
Nikola Tesla... l, Michael Faraday, Henri Becquerel, and Marie Curie, and inventors such as, Thomas Edison and Alexander Graham Bell. The world was changing rapidly, ...
Jeremiah Horrocks... e work of the astrologer John Gadbury which included astronomical tables by, who had died in 1641 at the age of twenty-three. Flamsteed was greatly i ...
Ray Hyman... uation of the results generated by the Stargate project. Reviewers includedand Jessica Utts. Utts maintained that there had been a statistically sign ...
Albertus Magnus... he existence of "speaking heads" involved Gerbert of Aurillac (d. 1003 AD),(1198–1280), and Roger Bacon (1214–1294)
Ptol.Tindari , anciently Tyndaris or Tyndarion (Greek: , Strab.; ,) is a small city (a frazione) in the comune of Patti, in the Province of ...
Plato... Rhadamanthus and Minos) one of the three judges in Hades, and according toespecially for the shades of Europeans. In works of art he was represented ...
Fernando Henrique Cardoso... s. In 1998, a constitutional reform, led by the government of the President, introduced regulatory agencies as a part of the executive branch. Since ...
George R. Price... ily stable strategies were defined and introduced by John Maynard Smith andin a 1973 Nature paper. Such was the time taken in peer-reviewing the pape ...
Frederick SangerThe first protein to be sequenced was insulin, by, in 1949. Sanger correctly determined the amino acid sequence of insulin, ...
Joseph Valentin Boussinesq... nature of contact cite his two papers as a source for some important ideas.published some critically important observations on Hertz's work, neverthe ...
Jang Yeong-sil... sydra clock, and sighting tube fixed to observe the pole star indefinitely., a Korean inventor, was ordered by King Sejong the Great of Joseon to bui ...
Pliny the Elder... liary cavalry unit. The thermal springs of Wiesbaden are first mentioned in's Naturalis Historia. They were famous for their recreation pools for Rom ...
James Dobson... video contained "no reference to sex, sexual lifestyle or sexual identity."of Focus on the Family accused the makers of the video of promoting homose ...
Edgar F. CoddTuple calculus is a calculus that was introduced byas part of the relational model, in order to provide a declarative databas ...
Roger Bacon... involved Gerbert of Aurillac (d. 1003 AD), Albertus Magnus (1198–1280), and(1214–1294)
Ibn Bajjah... dy, and wrote a great deal on psychology, likely influencing Ibn Tufayl and. He also introduced medical herbs
Paul Samuelson... cantilism have sometimes led critics to call them neo-mercantilism. Indeed,, writing within a Keynesian framework, defended mercantilism, writing: "W ...
Joseph HenryThen in 1835invented the critical electrical relay, by which a weak current could oper ...
William Julius WilsonRustin's analysis was supported by the later research by. Wilson documented an increase in inequality within the Black community, ...
Marie Curie... steur, Charles Darwin, Gregor Mendel, Michael Faraday, Henri Becquerel, and, and inventors such as Nikola Tesla, Thomas Edison and Alexander Graham B ...
Andrew Wiles... ts Murray Gell-Mann in 2002, Steven Weinberg in 2005, and the mathematicianin 2003) take a walk from Dunsink Observatory to the Royal Canal bridge wh ...
Robert Wilson... eories were active contenders until the 1965 discovery, by Arno Penzias and, of the cosmic microwave background radiation, a fact that is a straightf ...
Zu Chongzhi... e also noted by historians. The famous Chinese mathematician and astronomer(429–500 AD) belonged to this age, an intellectual and social product of t ...
Henri Becquerel... the work of Louis Pasteur, Charles Darwin, Gregor Mendel, Michael Faraday,, and Marie Curie, and inventors such as Nikola Tesla, Thomas Edison and A ...
Wilhelm Ostwald... the behaviour of dilute solutions and gases. In 1887, he and German chemistfounded an influential scientific magazine named Zeitschrift für physikali ...
Einstein's... inguishes these spaces from the curved spaces of non-Euclidean geometry andgeneral theory of relativity, and is named for the Greek mathematician Euc ...
Paul Moskowitz... ase consumer privacy. The Clipped Tag has been suggested by IBM researchersand Guenter Karjoth. After the point of sale, a consumer may tear off a po ...
Theophrastus... biographies of the former begin with Anaximander, and end with Clitomachus,and Chrysippus; the latter begins with Pythagoras, and ends with Epicurus. ...
William Whiston... The 1544 Greek edition formed the basis of the 1732 English translation by, which achieved enormous popularity in the English-speaking world (and wh ...
Leslie Orgel... rned with the origins of the genetic code. In 1966, Crick took the place ofat a meeting where Orgel was to talk about the origin of life. Crick specu ...
Charles Marie de La Condamine... her Fritz, apostle of the Omaguas, established some forty mission villages.accomplished the first scientific exploration of the Amazon River
Aristotle... ew Philocles took first prize at that competition. However, in his Poetics,considered Oedipus the King to be the tragedy best matched his prescriptio ...
C. A. B. SmithIt is first recorded as being studied by R. L. Brooks,, A. H. Stone and W. T. Tutte at Cambridge University
Pierre Schaeffer... nd of one of Jarre's fellow-pupils at the Groupe de Recherches Musicales of, where Jarre had learned to use synthesizers, including the EMS VCS 3, wh ...
famous physicist... y career. He changed his surname from Einstein (to avoid confusion with the) and began a comedy career that quickly made him a regular on variety and ...
Aristotle... socialist thought in the politics of classical Greek philosophers Plato and
John Evelyn... ge parasol of the Chinese Government officials, borne by native attendants., in his Diary for June 22, 1664, mentions a collection of rarities shown ...
Felix Hausdorff... principle is an alternate and earlier formulation of Zorn's lemma proved byin 1914 (Moore 1982:168). It states that in any partially ordered set, eve ...
Michael Faraday... ern science, with the work of Louis Pasteur, Charles Darwin, Gregor Mendel,, Henri Becquerel, and Marie Curie, and inventors such as Nikola Tesla, Th ...
PlatoIn his dialogue Cratylus, the Greek philosopher, 428/427 BC – 348/347 BC, gives the etymology of Athena's name, based on ...
José Celestino Mutis... he eighteenth century, the figure of the priest, mathematician and botanist(1732–1808), was delegated by the Viceroy Antonio Caballero y Gongora to c ...
Johannes de Sacrobosco... stronomy. In July 1662, he was fascinated by the thirteenth century work of, De sphaera mundi, and on 12 September 1662 observed his first partial so ...
James B. Sumner... s as enzymes in living organisms was not fully appreciated until 1926, whenshowed that the enzyme urease was in fact a protein
Ctesibius... t c. AD), who referred to the now lost works of the 3rd century BC engineer, this weapon was inspired by an earlier foot-held crossbow, called the ga ...
Daniel Dennett... ubjectively aware of by way of introspection. Rey suggests that people likeare wrong to view "beliefs" as only being useful instruments by which Folk ...
W. D. HamiltonThe concept was derived from R. H. MacArthur and's work on sex ratios, derived from Fisher's principle, especially Hamilto ...
Bernhard Riemann... equation, due to Arnold Sommerfeld, a generalization of an equation due toand known as the Riemann–Sommerfeld equation or the covariant form of the ...
John Dewey... He vigorously attacked progressive school reformers such as Horace Mann andand argued for the dismantling of the state's influence in education in th ...
HeraclitusThus he does not scruple to declare that Socrates andwere Christians (Apol., i. 46, ii. 10). His aim, of course, is to emphasiz ...
ApolloniusPriscian's grammar is based on the earlier works of Herodian and. The examples it includes to illustrate the rules preserve numerous fragm ...
Carl von VoitEarly nutritional scientists such as the Germanbelieved that protein was the most important nutrient for maintaining the ...
Ludwik Silberstein... ity, including the Thomas precession. He cited five authors, beginning withwho use a potential function of one quaternion variable to express Maxwell ...
William SafireThe development was originally to be named "Sunnydale", but, a friend of the developer, Herbert Sadkin, convinced him to change his m ...
Plato... the Pythagoreans, allegedly exercised an important influence on the work of. According to R. M. Hare, this influence consists of three points: (1) Th ...
Stewart Farrar... r of occasions by figures such as Charles Cardell, Lady Sheba and Janet and. In other Wiccan traditions and amongst a number of solitary practitioner ...
HerodianPriscian's grammar is based on the earlier works ofand Apollonius. The examples it includes to illustrate the rules preserve ...
Carl Friedrich Gauss, one of the most influential mathematicians of the early 19th century, de ...
Chrysippus... e former begin with Anaximander, and end with Clitomachus, Theophrastus and; the latter begins with Pythagoras, and ends with Epicurus. The Socratic ...
Walter William Skeat... rface of the water. Robinson replied, "A schooner let her be." According to, the term schooner comes from scoon, while the sch spelling comes from th ...
David Ricardo... ist thinkers, such as Thomas Hodgkin and Charles Hall, based their ideas on's economic theories. They reasoned that the equilibrium value of commodit ...
George Lakoff... s can be understood in the book Philosophy in the Flesh by Mark Johnson and. They argue that the contents of human thoughts are to some degree depend ...
Ray Hyman... wide range of paranormal claims. Amongst those invited were Martin Gardner,, James Randi, and Marcello Truzzi, all members of the Resources for the S ...
Bertram RavenSocial psychologists John R. P. French and, in a now-classic study (1959), developed a schema of sources of power by ...
Gregor Mendel... eginning of modern science, with the work of Louis Pasteur, Charles Darwin,, Michael Faraday, Henri Becquerel, and Marie Curie, and inventors such as ...
Albert Einstein... rtz helped establish the photoelectric effect (which was later explained by) when he noticed that a charged object loses its charge more readily when ...
Hero of Alexandria... of crossbows however, can be dated further back: According to the inventor(fl. 1st c. AD), who referred to the now lost works of the 3rd century BC ...
Doris Day... ated how his Stalinist parents had not permitted him or his sister to watchand Rock Hudson movies. Instead, they were required to watch propaganda fi ...
Arnold Sommerfeld... tential A and the scalar potential φ. The resulting single equation, due to, a generalization of an equation due to Bernhard Riemann and known as the ...
Alexander von HumboldtOn August 15, 1801, the Prussian scientistreached Fontibón where Mutis, and began his expedition to New Granada, Qui ...
August Schleicher... fic Compendium of Lithuanian language was published in German in 1856/57 by, a professor at Prague University. In it he describes Prussian-Lithuanian ...
Milton Berle... n American stand-up comedy, Jack Benny, Bob Hope, George Burns, Fred Allen,and Frank Fay all came from vaudeville. They spoke directly to the audienc ...
Leonhard Euler... hed on her suggestion in Saint Petersburg in 1765. She lured the scientistsand Peter Simon Pallas from Berlin and Anders Johan Lexell from Sweden to ...
Wheatstone... ed the electrical telegraph, demonstrated commercially in 1837 by Cooke and, was one of its earliest applications. With the construction of first int ...
Randle CotgraveIn's "Dictionary of the French and English Tongues" (1614), the French Ombre ...
Michael Faraday... avel over some distance. This had been predicted by James Clerk Maxwell and. With his apparatus configuration, the electric and magnetic fields would ...
Charles Darwin... y was also the beginning of modern science, with the work of Louis Pasteur,, Gregor Mendel, Michael Faraday, Henri Becquerel, and Marie Curie, and in ...
Charles Darwin... g and famed for their vast number of endemic species, which were studied byduring the voyage of the Beagle. His observations and collections contribu ...
Prince Charles... gh took up residence at Clarence House. Their first two children were born:in 1948 and Princess Anne in 1950
Robert V. Gentry... 20th century, but wider interest was prompted by the claims of creationistthat radiohalos in biotite are evidence for a young earth . These claims a ...
Murray Rothbard... atened to undermine the post-World War II international economic structure., representing the Austrian School of economics, describes it this way
Linus Pauling... se A become a major target for biochemical study for the following decades.is credited with the successful prediction of regular protein secondary st ...
Pythagoras... d end with Clitomachus, Theophrastus and Chrysippus; the latter begins with, and ends with Epicurus. The Socratic school, with its various branches, ...
William Oughtred... ff an interest in sundials. In the summer of 1663, he read Wingate's Canon,'s Canon, and Thomas Stirrup's Art of Dialling. At about the same time, he ...
Julius Scheiner... eath the misnomer Johann Christian Doppler was introduced by the astronomer. Scheiner's mistake has since been copied by many
Russell TargIn the early 1970s, Harold E. Puthoff andjoined the Electronics and Bioengineering Laboratory at Stanford Research ...
Joseph Campbell... lessness, and/or an acceptance of one's own negative qualities, as it is by
Brian Cox... sted by Sir Patrick Moore, along with Dr. Chris Lintott, Jon Culshaw, Prof., and the Astronomer Royal Martin Rees who on leaving the panel told Brian ...
Leonardo da Vinci... nfluenced famous painters such as Piero della Francesca, Albrecht Dürer and, to name a few
Alexander von Humboldt... poor to develop the telegraph on their own, but they received funding from. Carl August Steinheil in Munich was able to build a telegraph network wi ...
Louis PasteurThe 19th century was also the beginning of modern science, with the work of, Charles Darwin, Gregor Mendel, Michael Faraday, Henri Becquerel, and Mar ...
George Bernard Shaw... having his name to the Irish Nobel pantheon featuring William Butler Yeats,and Samuel Beckett, Heaney responded: "It's like being a little foothill a ...
W. W. SkeatAll modern discussion of the text revolves around the classifications of. Skeat argued that there are as many as ten forms of the poem, but only t ...
Paul Pelliot... colonel in the Russian army, who travelled to China with French sinologist. Mannerheim was disguised as an ethnographic collector, using a Finnish p ...
W. T. Tutte... recorded as being studied by R. L. Brooks, C. A. B. Smith, A. H. Stone andat Cambridge University
Mircea EliadeKehoe is highly critical of's work on shamanism as an invention synthesized from various sources unsu ...
Plato... ements of socialist thought in the politics of classical Greek philosophersand Aristotle
Martin Gardner... ng critically a wide range of paranormal claims. Amongst those invited were, Ray Hyman, James Randi, and Marcello Truzzi, all members of the Resource ...
Frank Spedding... tion from Bayan Obo, China, with an even "richer" europium content of 0.2%., celebrated for his development of the ion-exchange technology that revol ...
Adelbert von Chamisso... y-seven men, including the naturalists Johann Friedrich von Eschscholtz and, and the artist Louis Choris, Kotzebue set out on July 30, 1815 to find a ...
Varro... wise have been lost, including Ennius, Pacuvius, Accius, Lucilius, Cato and. But the authors whom he quotes most frequently are Virgil, and, next to ...
Bertrand Russell... dicisse Pythagorea omnia ("They say Plato learned all things Pythagorean")., in his A History of Western Philosophy, contended that the influence of ...
Ehud NetzerA careful reading of Josephus' writings and years of excavation allowed, an archaeologist from Hebrew University, to discover the location of Her ...
Thomas Street... , and Thomas Stirrup's Art of Dialling. At about the same time, he acquired's Astronomia Carolina, or A New Theory of the Celestial Motions (Caroline ...
Andrew Taylor Still... thy began in the United States in 1874. The term "osteopathy" was coined by, MD, DO. Still was a physician and surgeon, Kansas state and territorial ...
Edward Louis Bernays... d individuals to achieve mutual understanding and realize strategic goals.", who is considered the founding father of modern public relations along w ...
Charles Darwin... from speculating about the gradual transmutation of species, right up untilpublished On the Origin of Species more than two decades after Cuvier's de ...
Jean Baudrillard... production will be reflected in all activity, including the making of art.has had a significant influence on postmodern-inspired art and has emphasi ...
Harold E. PuthoffIn the early 1970s,and Russell Targ joined the Electronics and Bioengineering Laboratory at S ...
A. H. StoneIt is first recorded as being studied by R. L. Brooks, C. A. B. Smith,and W. T. Tutte at Cambridge University
Robert Harkness... the theory of natural selection was another schooled in Dumfries. Geologistwas schooled in Dumfries and subsequently resided in the town. Sir Frank W ...
Georges LemaîtreIn 1927,set out a theory that has since come to be called the Big Bang theory of t ...
Steven LukesIn Power: A radical view (1974)outlines two dimensions through which power had been theorised in the earl ...
John Maclear... most senior officer present throughout the entire expedition, was Commander. Willemoes-Suhm died and was buried at sea on the voyage to Tahiti. Lord ...
Henri Poincaré... 7) and Lorentz (1899, 1904) derived the Lorentz transformation (so named by) as one under which Maxwell's equations were invariant. Poincaré (1900) a ...
Karl BühlerIn 1928, he earned a doctorate in psychology, under the supervision of. His dissertation was entitled "Die Methodenfrage der Denkpsychologie" (T ...
Pierre LerouxThe term socialism is attributed to, and to Marie Roch Louis Reybaud; and in Britain to Robert Owen in 1827, ...
Louis Leakey... the presence of ancient early human ancestors in Kenya was discovered whenunearthed 1 million year old Acheulian hand axes at Kariandusi in south we ...
Charles Tennant... development of bleaching powder (calcium hypochlorite) by Scottish chemistin about 1800, based on the discoveries of French chemist Claude Louis Ber ...
Charles Wheatstone... l electrical telegraph was co-developed by Sir William Fothergill Cooke and. Cooke and Wheatstone patented it in May 1837 as an alarm system, and it ...
David HumeAdam Smith andwere the founding fathers of anti-mercantilist thought. A number of schola ...
Alexander Hamilton... se would also serve as the County Circuit Court. The county was named after, the first secretary of the treasury
Johan Jørgen Holst... ior minister. The late Marianne Heiberg, married to former Foreign Minister, was his aunt on his mother's side. Stoltenberg is married to the diploma ...
Sydney BrennerCrick addressed the Origin of Protein Synthesis in a paper with, Aaron Klug, and George Pieczenik. In this paper, based on Pieczenik's wo ...
Professor X... the Marvel Universe, the X-Men are widely regarded to have been named afteravier himself. Xavier however claims that the name "X-Men" was never chose ...
Werner Sombart... r intellectuals such as his wife Marianne, Georg Jellinek, Ernst Troeltsch,, Marc Bloch, Robert Michels and György Lukács. Weber also remained active ...
Copernican... h century the Italian philosopher Giordano Bruno, an early supporter of thetheory that the Earth and other planets orbit the Sun, put forward the vie ...
Goethe... during Sturm und Drang, with such works as The Sorrows of Young Werther byor in Romanticism with works such as Ode on Melancholy by John Keats. In t ...
David Guest... had no religious upbringing. Nearly a decade before he was born, his uncle, a lecturer and Communist Party member, was killed in the Spanish Civil W ...
Michael Harner... n drawing from core shamanism—a set of beliefs and practices synthesized by—centered use of ritual drumming and dance, and Harner's interpretations o ...
Adam Smith... t. A number of scholars found important flaws with mercantilism long beforedeveloped an ideology that could fully replace it. Critics like Hume, Dudl ...
Wernher von Braun... the United States Navy. The Army Ballistic Missile Agency (ABMA) under Dr.had suggested using a modified Redstone rocket (see: Juno I) while the Air ...
William Crookes... ers included Michael Faraday, Alfred Russel Wallace, Rufus Osgood Mason and. Their work predominantly involved carrying out focused experimental test ...
Albert Einstein... Transformation or even the FitzGerald - Lorentz - Einstein Transformation.dismissed the notion of the aether as an unnecessary one, and he concluded ...
Ginger Rogers... es in 1936 to write the music for Shall We Dance, starring Fred Astaire and. Gershwin's extended score, which would marry ballet with jazz in a new w ...
Charles DarwinWilliam Charles Wells, predecessor toon the theory of natural selection was another schooled in Dumfries. Geolo ...
David AlterAcross the Atlantic, in 1836 an American scientist, Dr., invented the first known American electric telegraph, in Elderton, Penns ...
Gräfenberg... lation appeared shortly after, in 1950, with the publication of an essay bybased on his observations of women during orgasm
Aaron Klug... k addressed the Origin of Protein Synthesis in a paper with Sydney Brenner,, and George Pieczenik. In this paper, based on Pieczenik's work, they spe ...
Joseph Rotblat... ard Davies, Michael Foot, Arthur Goss, Kingsley Martin, J. B. Priestley and
Pope Sylvester II... in the late 10th century with the efforts of Gerbert d'Aurillac, the later(r. 999–1003). Pope Sylvester II applied the use of sighting tubes with hi ...
Lemony SnicketDaniel Handler's introduction in's continually introduces a new story about a page into the previous one, ...
Gustav Ludwig HertzHis nephewwas a Nobel Prize winner, and Gustav's son Carl Hellmuth Hertz invented me ...
Konrad Zuse... special exhibition opened which featured the inventions of computer pioneer, including a reproduction of the Z1
Carl Benjamin Boyer... e finite.". He also provided a wrong explanation of the rainbow phenomenon.described Avicenna's ("Ibn Sīnā") theory on the rainbow as follows
Jöns Jacob Berzelius... the Dutch chemist Gerardus Johannes Mulder and named by the Swedish chemistin 1838. Mulder carried out elemental analysis of common proteins and foun ...
Alfred Russel Wallace... in the mid-nineteenth century; early researchers included Michael Faraday,, Rufus Osgood Mason and William Crookes. Their work predominantly involve ...
Gene Sharp, an American professor of political science, believes that power depends ...
Éamon de Valera... iffith's concept of an Anglo-Irish dual monarchy and the new members, under, who wanted to achieve a republic. Matters almost led to a split at the p ...
Jarkko Oikarinen... mechanism. However the Relay Chat itself was somewhat closely replicated by's Internet Relay Chat
FreudIt is also described byin pathological terms in his study of Dora (1905), where he relates it to ...
Mwai Kibaki... constitutionally barred from running in the 2002 election, which was won by. Widely reported electoral fraud on Kibaki's side in the 2007 elections r ...
Georges Lemaître... erse. Alexander Friedman proposed a number of such solutions in 1922 as didin 1927. In some of these the universe has been expanding from an initial ...
Fritz Schaudinn... a commensal organism. Lösch's organism was renamed Entamoeba histolytica byin 1903; he later died, in 1906, from a self inflicted infection when stud ...
Doris Day... of the late swing and bebop eras, including June Christy, Chris Connor and
Tycho BraheFurther advances in the instrument were made by(1546–1601), whose elaborate armillary spheres passing into astrolabes are ...
Rufus Osgood Mason... century; early researchers included Michael Faraday, Alfred Russel Wallace,and William Crookes. Their work predominantly involved carrying out focuse ...
Thomas J. J. See... y probable" that there was a "planetary body" in this system. In the 1890s,of the University of Chicago and the United States Naval Observatory state ...
Plato... the comparison of "practical" (praktikos) and "intellectual" (gnostikos) in's dialogue between Young Socrates and the Foreigner in his The Statesman ...
Stephen Demainbray... follow a course of lectures on natural philosophy by the itinerant lecturer. This led to an increased interest in natural philosophy on the part of t ...
Leonardo da VinciAnother ad, featuringdrawing the Mona Lisa as she eats a Caramilk has won a Clio award
Edwin HubbleIn 1931,published his conclusion, based on his observations of Cepheid variable st ...
Mort SahlIn the 1950s and into the 1960s, stand-ups likebegan developing their acts in small folk clubs like San Francisco's hungr ...
Robert V. GentryGiant radiohaloes caused some excitement whenproposed that they resulted from the decay chain of unidentified primordia ...
Nicolas Leblanc... duction of an alkali on a large scale became an important goal as well, andsucceeded in 1791 in introducing a method for the production of sodium car ...
Glenn T. Seaborg... discovery of americium in 1944, the periodic table had been restructured byto its present layout, containing the actinide row below the lanthanide on ...
Clausius... definite thermal constitutive properties. The classical rule, recognized byand by Kelvin, is that the pressure exerted by the calorimetric material i ...
Gerardus Johannes MulderProteins were first described by the Dutch chemistand named by the Swedish chemist Jöns Jacob Berzelius in 1838. Mulder carr ...
Richard Dawkins... ossils, was subtropical, and supported an environment lush with vegetation.suggests that Antarctica, "provided a clement and ratite-friendly land bri ...
Thomas Henry Tizard... sons of Scottish botanist John Hutton Balfour). Also among the officers waswho had already carried out important hydrographic observations on previou ...
Carl LinnaeusThe genus name Glycine was originally introduced by(1737) in his first edition of Genera Plantarum. The word glycine is deriv ...
David Ricardo... arative advantage (although this idea was only fully fleshed out in 1817 by) and the benefits of trade
Avenzoar... ome, dissected pigs and goats, and is known as the "father of vivisection.", an Arabic physician in 12th-century who also practiced dissection, intro ...
Philipp Lenard... that cathode rays could penetrate very thin metal foil (such as aluminium)., a student of Heinrich Hertz, further researched this "ray effect". He de ...
Michael Faraday... cientists started in the mid-nineteenth century; early researchers included, Alfred Russel Wallace, Rufus Osgood Mason and William Crookes. Their wor ...
Theodor Kaluza... ty has also has a close relationship with Maxwell's equations. For example,and Oskar Klein showed duirng the 1920s that Maxwell's equations could be ...
Steven LevittOn April 10, 2006, John Lott filed suit for defamation againstand HarperCollins Publishers over the book Freakonomics and against Levitt ...
Danny Cohen... ly comes from Jonathan Swift's satirical novel Gulliver’s Travels by way ofin 1980. In 1726, Swift described tensions in Lilliput and Blefuscu: where ...
Robert Michels... wife Marianne, Georg Jellinek, Ernst Troeltsch, Werner Sombart, Marc Bloch,and György Lukács. Weber also remained active in Verein and the Evangelica ...
Pierre... he Greek piezein (πιέζειν), meaning to press, and was discovered in 1880 byand Jacques Curie. The effect is reciprocal, and when a piezoelectric mate ...
George Bernard Shaw... ws was born in Synge Street, Dublin, Ireland, the same street as playwright. He was educated at the local school, Synge Street CBS. (His first name c ...
C. A. Wurtz... y. He then studied in Bonn, Germany with Friedrich Kekulé and in Paris with. He received his doctorate under Eduard Mulder at the University of Utrec ...
Emmy Noether... of the structure theory of commutative rings in the works of David Hilbert,, and Emil Artin
William Bartram... ter Spain ceded the Florida territory in 1821. When explorer and naturalistvisited in 1774, it was the site of a Seminole village called Cuscowilla. ...
Sigmund Freudand Klein argue that men and women have had biases against each other beca ...
Ormsby M. MitchelOn the morning of April 11, 1862, Union troops led by Generalseized Huntsville to sever the Confederacy's rail communications. The Unio ...
Simon Schama... "Will no one rid me of this turbulent priest?", but according to historianthis is incorrect: he accepts the account of the contemporary biographer E ...
Russell Targ... iew and separated at some distance. The term was coined by parapsychologistand Harold Puthoff while running the SRI team, to distinguish it from clai ...
John Hutton Balfour... Campbell, and Andrew Francis Balfour (one of the sons of Scottish botanist). Also among the officers was Thomas Henry Tizard who had already carried ...
Ronald McNair... on-based astronauts including Bruce McCandless II, and former Jazz musician, who was to have played the saxophone on "Rendez-Vous VI", recorded in th ...
Skeat... g.) There is little actual evidence for this proposal, and much against it.believed that the A-text was incomplete and based his editions on a B-text ...
Charles Davenant... ng this mistake in the 1620s, and point to their followers Josiah Child and, who, in 1699, wrote: "Gold and Silver are indeed the Measure of Trade, b ...
PlatoBothand Isocrates affirm that, above all else, Pythagoras was famous for leavi ...
Emil Artin... heory of commutative rings in the works of David Hilbert, Emmy Noether, and
Bertrand Russell... h the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament. Collins was chosen as its Chairman,as its President and Peggy Duff as its organising secretary. The other mem ...
Lawrence of Arabia... sly begun to support Sharif Hussein bin Ali, Emir of the Hejaz by secondingin 1915. The Saudi Ikhwan began conflict with Emir Feisal also in 1917 jus ...
Prosper Mérimée... t of criminality.Particularly notable are classics like the story Carmen byand the opera based on it by Georges Bizet, Victor Hugo's The Hunchback of ...
Oskar Klein... lose relationship with Maxwell's equations. For example, Theodor Kaluza andshowed duirng the 1920s that Maxwell's equations could be derived by exten ...
Werner Sombart... nce and Social Welfare, where he worked with his colleagues Edgar Jaffé and. His new interests would lie in more fundamental issues of social science ...
Nikola Tomašić... Rauch appointed him a university professor in Zagreb in 1908. However, when, his distant cousin and enemy, became ban in 1910, Šufflay had to leave t ...
Mathurin Jacques Brisson... xed to Sweden. It was moved to the new genus Aquila by French ornithologistin 1760
Branko Grünbaum... ied solution for over 30 years. In Tilings and Patterns, published in 1987,and G. C. Shephard stated that in all perfect integral tilings of the plan ...
Antonio ManettiAround this time he was taught geometry by
Heraclides Ponticus... rtal. His ideas of reincarnation were influenced by ancient Greek religion.reports the story that Pythagoras claimed that he had lived four lives tha ...
Murray Gell-Mann... ooth has organized a pilgrimage, where scientists (including the physicistsin 2002, Steven Weinberg in 2005, and the mathematician Andrew Wiles in 20 ...
Brian Josephson... asha Demkina. In a self-published commentary, Nobel Prize-winning physicistcriticized the test and evaluation methods and argued that the results sho ...
William Sealy Gosset... ish literature, a derivation of the t-distribution was published in 1908 bywhile he worked at the Guinness Brewery in Dublin. One version of the orig ...
Wernher von Braun... tee" included consultation from the ABMA's large booster program, headed by. Von Braun's Group was referred to as the "Working Group on Vehicular Pro ...
Albert Einstein... tific exploration of the ultimate fate of the universe became possible with's 1916 theory of general relativity. General relativity can be employed t ...
Joan RoughgardenEvolutionary biologistargues that, in addition to male and female sexes (as defined by the produ ...
Nick Cave... elicity Urquhart and Kasey Chambers. Others influenced by the genre include, Paul Kelly, The John Butler Trio and
Paul Ehrlich... idered one of the founders of microbiology, inspiring such major figures asand Gerhard Domagk
David Hilbert... he development of the structure theory of commutative rings in the works of, Emmy Noether, and Emil Artin
Herman Boerhaave... the 1773 discoverer of urea, he was not the first to do so. Dutch scientisthad discovered this chemical as early as 1727. Rouelle is known as "le cad ...
Aldous HuxleyIn the 20th century, satire was used by authors such asand George Orwell to make serious and even frightening commentaries on the ...
Jacob Viner... tilism was a form of rent-seeking has also seen criticism, as scholars suchin the 1930s point out that merchant mercantilists such as Mun understood ...
Arthur RudolphIn 1958 AMBA's scientific and engineering staff, including Von Braun and, were transferred to the newly created NASA, and the facilities on the so ...
Lee Teng-hui... Taiwan-born citizens into government services, Chiang Ching-kuo hand-pickedas vice-president of the Republic of China, first-in-the-line of successio ...
Sir William Hamilton... no difficulty in giving his Sovereignty to England; and I have lately, with, got a Note that Malta should never be given to any Power without the con ...
Otto von GuerickeIn 1663 the German physicistcreated the first electric generator, which produced static electricity by ...
Platobelieved in the pre-existence of the soul, which tied in with his innatism ...
David MarksAccording to psychologistin experiments conducted in the 1970s at the Stanford Research Institute, ...
Karl Barry Sharpless... s epoxidation, which is used for the stereoselective synthesis of epoxides.was awarded the 2001 Nobel prize in Chemistry for this reaction
Thomas H. Jukes... ating a triplet coding, even though it is a five base physical interaction.pointed out that the code constraints on the mRNA sequence required for th ...
Muhammad ibn Mūsā al-Khwārizmī... d the development of algebra (Arabic: al-jabr) by the Persian mathematicianand other medieval Islamic mathematicians. Khwārizmī's "The Compendious Bo ...
Ultron... Marvel Comics Runaways, Victor Mancha, the technorganic android created by, is shown as unable to process correctly paradoxes: as such, it's known t ...
Martin Pickford... ies of early hominid have been discovered in Kenya. The oldest was found byin the year 2000 and is the 6 million years old Orrorin tugenensis, named ...
Robert Boyle... ion of an equation of state. In 1662, the noted Irish physicist and chemistperformed a series of experiments employing a J-shaped glass tube, which w ...
Linus Pauling... has a net negative sum. The initial theory of hydrogen bonding proposed bysuggested that the hydrogen bonds had a partial covalent nature. This rema ...
Miguel Ondetti... ity relationship required for inhibition of ACE was growing. David Cushman,and colleagues used peptide analogues to study the structure of ACE, using ...
Meave Leakey... oldest fossil hominid in the world after Sahelanthropus tchadensis. In 1995named a new species of hominid Australopithecus anamensis following a seri ...
Leonardo... hat she thought of the voice, she replied 'Ah! It is a ruin, but then so is's Last Supper
Rudolf von Willemoes-Suhm... ille Thomson, John Murray, John Young Buchanan, Henry Nottidge Moseley, and. The official expedition artist was John James Wild. As well as Nares and ...
Gene Amdahl... ipal design engineer was then-UCLA-faculty-member Lowell Amdahl, brother of. The AN/UYK-1 was built by the Ramo-Wooldridge Corporation (later TRW) fo ...
Aulus Gellius... , Greek, and Latin languages were in contact with one another; according to17.17.1, Ennius referred to this heritage by saying he had "three hearts" ...
Pliny the Elder... C (of grief, according to Cicero; Tusculan Disputations 3.31). According tothe craftsmen continued to work on the tomb after the death of their patro ...
Indiana Jones... is James Bond days. Steven Spielberg and George Lucas wanted "the father of" (although Connery is only 12 years older than Ford) to be Connery since ...
Lord Lothian... rt, son of Frederick and Nettie, served as personal assistant to Ambassadorand supervisor of American Relief to Great Britain through the British emb ...
Aristotle... f science and described an early scientific method of inquiry. He discusses's Posterior Analytics and significantly diverged from it on several point ...
Thomas Sowell... received favorable reviews from academics Gary Kleck, Milton Friedman, and
Stuart KauffmanDartmouth alumni in academia includeand Jeffrey Weeks, both recipients of MacArthur Fellowships (commonly call ...
Éamon de Valera... h rule in Ireland and increased support for the republican government under. The events of Bloody Sunday have survived in public memory. The Gaelic A ...
David Cushman... structure-activity relationship required for inhibition of ACE was growing., Miguel Ondetti and colleagues used peptide analogues to study the struct ...
George Bernard Shaw... ayers, a theater group for young people that performs uncut Shakespeare andplays
Freud... hout awareness of the writings of Rank, Ludwig Binswanger was influenced by, Edmund Husserl, Heidegger and Sartre. A later figure was Viktor Frankl, ...
William Charles Wells... appointment at the Crichton hospital his son, was educated at the Academy., predecessor to Charles Darwin on the theory of natural selection was ano ...
Claude Louis Berthollet... t Charles Tennant in about 1800, based on the discoveries of French chemist, revolutionised the bleaching processes in the textile industry by dramat ...
Jacques Cousteau... ng, shipwreck and underwater archaeology books, beginning with the works of
Carl Wilhelm BorchardtThe following proof relies on the work of
Don Coppersmith... 3727 ) due to Vassilevska Williams. The original algorithm was presented byand Shmuel Winograd in 1990, has an asymptotic complexity of O(n 2.376 ). ...
Aristotle... the exception of a few remarks by Xenophanes, Heraclitus, Herodotus, Plato,, and Isocrates, we are mainly dependent on Diogenes Laërtius, Porphyry, a ...
Alan Turing... hers. Most influential among these was the definition of Turing machines byin 1936, which turned out to be a very robust and flexible notion of compu ...
Ginger Rogers... reed made the decision to suspend her on July 18, 1948. She was replaced by
Carol Channing... Past awardees are composers such as Stephen Sondheim and performers such as. The 2010 award will go to
Charles Hard Townes... century science, including Stephen Hawking and many nobel laureates such as
OlbersGauss' letters toshow that his praise for Germain was sincere. In the same 1807 letter, Sop ...
Thomas Jefferson... y (founded in 1854), was an American political party founded around 1791 byand James Madison
Plato'sPlatonic idealism usually refers totheory of forms or doctrine of ideas
Jordin Karehas proposed a simpler, nearer term concept which has a rocket containing ...
Oliver Stone... sador for the ScreenSingapore 2011 film festival, joining American director
Thomas Jefferson... n envelope of anti-government materials that included a bumper sticker withslogan, "When the government fears the people, there is liberty. When the ...
Arthur Berson... toa easterlies". It was observed again in 1908, by the German meteorologist, who saw that winds blow from the west at altitude in tropical Africa fro ...
Drew McDermottSteve Hanks andargued, on the basis of their Yale shooting example, that this solution to ...
Ernst Chladni's... interest in a contest sponsored by the Paris Academy of Sciences concerningexperiments with vibrating metal plates. The object of the competition, as ...
Steven Pinker... tribution makes it impossible to hold others responsible for their actions.'s view is that fear of determinism in the context of "genetics" and "evol ...
Benjamin Libet... making process at work. A seminal experiment in this field was conducted byin the 1980s, in which he asked each subject to choose a random moment to ...
Ram Samudrala... nse, the concept of free music was codified in the Free Music Philosophy byin early 1994. It was based on the idea of Free Software by Richard Stallm ...
Adolf Lieben... .D. in 1882, and returned to Vienna to work as an unpaid assistant in Prof.'s laboratory, working with chemical separation methods for investigations ...
Aryabhata... Dharmakirti and Dignāga during the 1st millennium CE. In Indian astronomy,'s Aryabhatiya (499 CE) proposed the Earth's rotation, while Nilakantha So ...
Henri Becquerel, while experimenting with fluorescence, accidentally found out that urani ...
Francis Fukuyama... oreign Affairs article titled "The Clash of Civilizations?", in response to's 1992 book, . Huntington later expanded his thesis in a 1996 book The Cl ...
Alfred Pringsheim... cident, in the late 1930s, a letter from her to Hitler prevented Hedwig and(whose daughter Katia was married to Thomas Mann) from being arrested by t ...
Shen Kuo... uncing special times of the day. There was also the scientist and statesman(1031–1095). Being the head official for the Bureau of Astronomy, Shen Kuo ...
Alexander Graham Bell... d on January 25, 1881, as the result of an agreement between Thomas Edison,, the Oriental Bell Telephone Company of New York and the Anglo-Indian Tel ...
Raymond Reiter... default, sometimes called the commonsense law of inertia, was expressed byin default logic
Ted Morton... Indeed, this approach has not been without its critics. Alberta politicianand political scientist Rainer Knopff have been very critical of this phen ...
Stephen Hawking... rship roster of the most respected names in 20th century science, includingand many nobel laureates such as Charles Hard Townes
Enrico Clementi... table shows atomic radii computed from theoretical models, as published byand others in 1967. The values are in picometres (pm)
Robert Bunsen... in 1880, where he continued his studies in chemistry under the direction of(inventor of the Bunsen burner). He received his Ph.D. in 1882, and return ...
Ibn BajjahThe first planetary model without any epicycles was that of(Avempace) in 12th century Andalusian Spain, but epicycles were not elimin ...
Alfred Weber... ive of a small group of professors, among whom were the anti-Nazi economistand the philosopher Karl Jaspers. The surgeon Karl Heinrich Bauer was nomi ...
John Tradescant the elder... acres (170,000 m²), date from the early 17th century, and were laid out by. Tradescant visited Europe and brought back trees and plants that had nev ...
Elaine Pagels... d by modern scholarship, but in the later case considered quite possible by(1979), who called for Buddhist scholars to try to find parallels
Erik SandewallThis solution was proposed by, who also defined a formal language for the specification of dynamical do ...
Carl Friedrich Gauss'Germain's interest in number theory was renewed when she readmonumental work Disquisitiones Arithmeticae. After three years of working ...
Averroes... de the virtuous non-Christian thinkers in his Divine Comedy such as Virgil,, Homer, Horace, Ovid, Lucan, Socrates, Plato, and Saladin, Avicenna has b ...
Mircea EliadeThe religious historianspeaks of a desire to transcend old age and death and achieve a state of n ...
Jacques Lacan... ded a generation of film theorists with psychoanalytic potential, includingand Slavoj Žižek. Hitchcock again filmed extensively on location, this tim ...
Plato... that truth is an abstraction. In other words, we are urged to believe that's theory of ideas is an abstraction, divorced from the so-called external ...
Thomas Edison... "was established on January 25, 1881, as the result of an agreement between, Alexander Graham Bell, the Oriental Bell Telephone Company of New York a ...
John Myhill... roblems solvable by Turing machines with specific bounded resources include's definition of linear bounded automata (Myhill 1960), Raymond Smullyan's ...
Darwin... fish precursors would have lived in shallow water for a long period, and by, who predicted a gradual migration of the eye, mirroring the metamorphosi ...
Sir Isaac Newton... even teaching herself Latin and Greek so she could read works like those ofand Leonhard Euler. She also enjoyed Traité d'Arithmétique by Étienne Bézo ...
George Bernard Shaw'sPretty Woman bears striking resemblances to Pygmalion myths: particularlyplay of the same name, which also formed the basis for the Broadway musica ...
George E. Davis... mical Engineering as an academic subject in Britain, indeed the lectures byin 1888 were highly influential in defining the discipline. Similarly in t ...
Henry Draper... aphic spectrogram of a star, Sirius and Capella. In 1872 American physician, the son of John William Draper, recorded the first spectrogram of a star ...
Mikhail BakhtinThe twentieth-century Russian literary theoristcharacterised Hoffmann's works as Menippea, essentially satirical and self ...
George Gaylord Simpson... (Panthera onca augusta) were discovered in the cave. They were excavated byof the American Museum
Cathy Gale... eed's most famous assistants were intelligent, stylish and assertive women:(Honor Blackman), Emma Peel (Diana Rigg), and later Tara King (Linda Thors ...
Lewis Terman... ey where he grew up. His intellect was well-known ever since a young age as, noted psychologist, prominent eugenicist, and inventor of the Stanford-B ...
Antoine Bussy... and in 1808 using electrolysis of a mixture of magnesia and mercuric oxide.prepared it in coherent form in 1831. Davy's first suggestion for a name w ...
Vladimir BekhterevEarly in the 20th century Russian neurologistand Estonian neurosurgeon Ludvig Puusepp operated on three patients with m ...
David H. D. Warren... pe Roussel. The first implementations of Prolog were interpreters, however,created the Warren Abstract Machine, an early and influential Prolog compi ...
Bronisław Malinowski... works in a society. The functionalist perspective, usually associated with, maintains that all aspects of society are meaningful and interrelated. I ...
Eudoxus of Cnidus... irolamo Fracastoro, who used either 77 or 79 orbs in his system inspired by. Copernicus in his works exaggerated the number of epicycles used in the ...
Jordin Kare... vert a beam of charged particles from a particle accelerator or plasma jet.has proposed a variant to this whereby a "beam" of small laser accelerated ...
Arthur C. ClarkeIn his 1962 book Profiles of the Future,predicted that the construction of what H. G. Wells called the World Brain ...
Su Song... l hour, the device was also a striking clock. The famous clock tower of thebuilt by 1094 during the Song Dynasty would employ Yi Xing's escapement wi ...
Plato... . With the exception of a few remarks by Xenophanes, Heraclitus, Herodotus,, Aristotle, and Isocrates, we are mainly dependent on Diogenes Laërtius, ...
Graham Wallas... vities, and turned our attention to the writings of men like H.G. Wells and, wrenching us away from the Oscar Wildian dilettantism which had possesse ...
Plato... vine Comedy such as Virgil, Averroes, Homer, Horace, Ovid, Lucan, Socrates,, and Saladin, Avicenna has been recognized by both East and West, as one ...
Aristotle... introduced much of Plato to the Western world, shaking the domination whichhad come to exercise over Western European thought in the high and later m ...
Lewis Carroll... io series of six episodes (called "Fits" after the names of the sections of's nonsense poem "The Hunting of the Snark") was broadcast in 1978 on BBC ...
Margaret Lindsay Huggins... ry plate photography. It was first used by Sir William Huggins and his wife, in 1876, in their work to record the spectra of astronomical objects. In ...
Vladimir Lenin... and the spurious “socialist” Mensheviks in the Petrograd Soviet. Guided by's leadership and his firm grasp of scientific Marxist theory, the Party l ...
W. S. Van Dyke... shiell Hammett's characters Nick and Nora Charles. The film was directed byand also featured Elissa Landi, Joseph Calleia, Jessie Ralph, Alan Marshal ...
Ernesto ZedilloIn 1997, Presidentcommemorated the 150th anniversary of the execution of the San Patricios a ...
Irène Joliot-Curie... , as she believed it to be the most electropositive cation of the elements., one of Perey's supervisors, opposed the name due to its connotation of c ...
Karl Joseph EberthIn 1880described a bacillus that he suspected was the cause of typhoid. In 1884 p ...
Werner Arber... lileo Galilei as its president. The current president is the microbiologist. The Academy is headquartered in the Casina Pio IV at the heart of the
J. E. Montucla's... nside. For entertainment she turned to her father's library. Here she foundL'Histoire des Mathématiques, and his story of the death of Archimedes int ...
Thomas Jefferson... osition to them resulted in the Virginia and Kentucky Resolves, authored byand James Madison, which were foundational to the states rights theory tha ...
Patrick J. Hayes... pecifying which conditions are not affected by an action. John McCarthy anddefined this problem in their 1969 article, Some Philosophical Problems fr ...
Nikola Tesla... al or real—including scientists such as Thomas Edison, Charles Steinmetz or—were popularly conceived of as having wizard-like powers
Alexander Hamilton... to contest elections and oppose the programs of Secretary for the Treasury. Jefferson needed to have a nationwide party to counteract the Federalist ...
Heinrich Schliemann... and the great "Treasury of Atreus" had borne silent witness for ages before's time; but they were supposed only to speak to the Homeric, or, at farth ...
Edward Burnett Tylor... en to good people. Finally the intellectualist perspective, associated withand Sir James Frazer, regard magic as logical, but based on a flawed under ...
Ferdinand von Richthofen... " and "Seidenstraßen"- 'the Silk Road(s)' or 'Silk Route(s)' were coined by, who made seven expeditions to China from 1868 to 1872. Some scholars pre ...
Thomas Jefferson... e refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants" (from). He also carried an envelope of anti-government materials that included ...
Rainer Knopff... without its critics. Alberta politician Ted Morton and political scientisthave been very critical of this phenomenon. Although they feel the basis f ...
Benjamin FranklinBenjamin Franklin Bache, the grandson of, was editor of the Aurora, a Republican newspaper. Bache had accused Geor ...
Georg Theodor August Gaffky... a bacillus that he suspected was the cause of typhoid. In 1884 pathologist(1850–1918) confirmed Eberth's findings, and the organism was given names ...
Ragnar GranitGeorge Wald, Haldan Keffer Hartline andwon the 1967 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their scientific re ...
Stuart Thomas Butler... stratospheric ozone. This was rectified in 1963 by the Australian physicistand his student K.A. Small who showed that stratospheric ozone absorbs an ...
Barry Fell... depicted are accurate, or if they meant anything at all, remains disputed., the author of the controversial books America B.C. and Saga America, was ...
Weston La BarreIt was reported by American anthropologistthat Manchu mothers used to show affection for their children by performin ...
Haskell Curry... us. One well-known fixed-point combinator in the untyped lambda calculus is's Y = λf·(λx·f (x x)) (λx·f (x x)). The name of this combinator is someti ...
Stephen Cook... speed-up theorem. The field really began to flourish when the US researcherand, working independently, Leonid Levin in the USSR, proved that there ex ...
Anna May WongAmong the other passengers are fellow coaster Hui Fei (), zealous missionary Mr. Carmichael (Lawrence Grant), inveterate gambler ...
Hermann von Helmholtz... itation. In time, this relationship became known as Coulomb's law. By 1862,had described a ray of light as the "quickest of all the messengers". In 1 ...
Dick Powell... estern anthology television series called Frontier Justice, a production of's Four Star Television. He was offered the part of Dr. Kildare in an NBC ...
Anders CelsiusIn the 18th century,performed his research there and built the first observatory proper in 174 ...
Haldan Keffer HartlineGeorge Wald,and Ragnar Granit won the 1967 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for t ...
Robert Kowalski... was created around 1972 by Alain Colmerauer with Philippe Roussel, based on's procedural interpretation of Horn clauses. It was motivated in part by ...
Thomas JeffersonThe presidents selected by the party were(1801–1809), James Madison (1809–1817), and James Monroe (1817–1825). Afte ...
Aldous Huxley... ters with Catholicism. Another author Merton began reading at this time was, whose book Ends and Means introduced Merton to mysticism. In August of t ...
Alexander Hamilton... eneficiary of the rebellion due to its sheltering of the rebel ringleaders.broke from other New Yorkers, including major landowners with claims on Ve ...
Thomas Edison... ters of electricity, whether fictional or real—including scientists such as, Charles Steinmetz or Nikola Tesla—were popularly conceived of as having ...
Doris Day... did a critically well received sendup of her screen image in a cameo in the-Jack Carson musical, It's a Great Feeling (1949). Other movie roles of th ...
Arthur Pigou... ly funded only by two Dons at the university – his father and the economist. In 1909 Keynes published his first professional economics article in the ...
Anders Jonas ÅngströmIn the 19th centurywas keeper of the observatory and conducted his experiments in astronomy, ...
Marguerite PereyEka-caesium was discovered in 1939 byof the Curie Institute in Paris, France when she purified a sample of acti ...
Steven Brams... arbons are fossil fuels. His recent work also includes a collaboration withstudying approval voting. Hershbach's teaching ranges ranges from graduate ...
Stephen Jay Gould... extinction of the dinosaurs under which to accumulate relevant differences.describes many of the same examples as parallel evolution starting from th ...
Robert Kowalski... as popular in North America in the late 1960s and early 1970s. According to, the first Prolog system was developed in 1972 by Alain Colmerauer and Ph ...
Tom Swift... rt featured large in adventure stories such as those of Jules Verne and thebooks. The masters of electricity, whether fictional or real—including sci ...
Harry JohnsonThe economistwrote that the optimism imparted by Keynes's early life is key to understa ...
Joan Crawford... ording of the song was reused for Torch Song for a musical number featuring. The retrospective That's Entertainment! III released the Charisse versio ...
Albert Einstein... described a ray of light as the "quickest of all the messengers". In 1905,proposed the existence of a light-particle in answer to the question: "wha ...
Baron de Prony... good things to say relating to her work in mathematics. Osen relates that “called her the Hypatia of the nineteenth century,” and “J.J Biot wrote, in ...
Henry DuncanA number of well-known people were educated at Dumfries Academy, among them, founder of the world's first commercial savings bank, Sir James Anderson ...
George Bernard Shaw... "refuses to play the game" of other dramatists of the period, for instance, who used their characters to draw audiences to grander ideals
Romana... married Lalla Ward who had co-starred in Doctor Who (playing his companion) with him for two years. However, the marriage lasted only 16 months
Milton FriedmanDavid Friedman is the son of economists Rose and. His son, Patri Friedman, has also written about libertarian theory and m ...
Francis Hutcheson... d that Jefferson was influenced by the Scottish Enlightenment, particularly, rather than Locke, an interpretation that has been strongly criticized
Hubert HarrisonSome of Razaf's early poems were published in 1917-18 in the-edited Voice, the first newspaper of the "New Negro Movement". Razaf coll ...
Hans Bethe... owledged by all. He influenced many physicists who worked with him, such as, who spent two semesters working with Fermi in the early 1930s. From the ...
Tatyana Elizarenkova... ally best-informed to date, and a Russian translation based on Geldner's bywas published by Nauka 1989–199
Joseph Campbell... Metrical Dindsenchas in which the Dagda fights a giant octopus. Mythologistalso makes parallels to the slaying of Leviathan by YHWH, about which YHWH ...
Leonid Levin... to flourish when the US researcher Stephen Cook and, working independently,in the USSR, proved that there exist practically relevant problems that ar ...
John McCarthy... thout explicitly specifying which conditions are not affected by an action.and Patrick J. Hayes defined this problem in their 1969 article, Some Phil ...
Alain Colmerauer... iation for (French for programming in logic). It was created around 1972 bywith Philippe Roussel, based on Robert Kowalski's procedural interpretatio ...
Boris Trakhtenbrot... as Hisao Yamada's paper on real-time computations (1962). Somewhat earlier,(1956), a pioneer in the field from the USSR, studied another specific com ...
Marguerite Perey... inner and Hulubei's mentor, endorsed moldavium as the true eka-caesium over's recently discovered francium. Perey, however, continuously criticized H ...
I. A. Richards... dered to have magical power. Magical language, according to C. K. Ogden and's (1923) categories of speech, is distinct from scientific language becau ...
Gilbert N. Lewis... ly, in 1926, one year before the theory of quantum mechanics was published,introduced the term "photon", which soon became the name for Einstein’s li ...
Knut Ångström... conducted his experiments in astronomy, physics and optics there. His son,, also conducted research on solar radiation at the observatory
Richard Stallman... y Ram Samudrala in early 1994. It was based on the idea of Free Software byand coincided with nascent open art and open information movements. Up to ...
Eugenio Espejo... bamba in 1707, and the printer, independence precursor, and medical pioneer, born in 1747 in Quito
Ibn al-Nafis... nd Hippocrates as transmitted through Galen). Along with Rhazes, Abulcasis,, and al-Ibadi, Ibn Sīnā is considered an important compiler of early Musl ...
Galileo Galilei... een raging for at least 340 years, having first been observed by astronomer. Neptune also had its own lesser known Great Dark Spot
Jan Jesenius... st important rectors of Czech Universities were reformer Jan Hus, physicianand representative of Enlightenment Josef Vratislav Monse. The first femal ...
John LubbockIn his highly influential Pre-historic Times,described burnt bones indicating the practice of child sacrifice in pagan ...
Niels Bohr... e summer of 1913, this value was naturally obtained by the Danish physicistas a consequence of his atom model, and also published independently by Pr ...
Dick Powell... hester Morris, Jean Muir, George Murphy, Erin O'Brien-Moore, Irving Pichel,, Edward G. Robinson, Edwin Stanley, Gloria Stuart, Lyle Talbot, Franchot ...
Val Kilmer... ole as Harvey Keitel's estranged daughter in Wayne Wang's Smoke and also as's wife in Michael Mann's Heat. That same year she also played the role of ...
Pedro Vicente Maldonado... notable icons in Ecuadorian sciences are the mathematician and cartographer, born in Riobamba in 1707, and the printer, independence precursor, and m ...
Stephen Hawking... tion of particles, regardless of whether or not free will exists. Physicistdescribes such ideas in his 2010 book The Grand Design. According to Hawki ...
Zhang Heng... liptical ring by 84 CE. With the famous statesman, astronomer, and inventor(张衡, 78-139 CE), the sphere was totally complete in 125 CE, with horizon a ...
Raymond Smullyan... include John Myhill's definition of linear bounded automata (Myhill 1960),'s study of rudimentary sets (1961), as well as Hisao Yamada's paper on re ...
Neil Christie... on the site of the altar dedicated to Saint John the Baptist. Archaeologistnotes that it was common in such hagiographies for the protagonist to enco ...
Volker Strassen... , more efficient algorithms exist, such as Strassen's algorithm, devised byin 1969 and often referred to as "fast matrix multiplication". It is based ...
Edgar Bright Wilson... in chemical physics in 1958 from Harvard University under the direction of. After graduation, Herschbach joined the University of California at Berk ...
Thomas Jefferson, who was serving as ambassador to France at the time, refused to be alarm ...
J. R. R. Tolkien... influenced the Inklings, an Oxford group of Christian writers that includedand C. S. Lewis) and Richard Tarnas
Li Chunfeng... ecliptic ring could be pegged on to the equator at any point desired. Then(李淳風) of the Tang dynasty created one in 633 CE with three spherical layer ...
Terry Winograd... e World Wide Web, understanding its link structure as a huge His supervisorencouraged him to pursue this idea, which Page later recalled as "the best ...
Wolfgang Pauli... ependently by Procopiu using directly Max Planck's quantum theory. In 1920,gave the Bohr magneton its name in an article where he contrasted it with ...
Mary Pickford... ect acting style, making for more subtlety of expression. Actresses such asin all her films, Eleonora Duse in the Italian film Cenere (1916), Janet G ...
Georg August GoldfussThe natural history museum was opened in 1820 by. It was the first public museum in the Rhineland. In 1882 it was split in ...
Ida Noddack... split a heavier atom into two light element fragments. However, the chemisthad criticised Fermi's work and had suggested that some of his experiments ...
Samuel P. HuntingtonThe Clash of Civilizations is a theory, proposed by political scientist, that people's cultural and religious identities will be the primary sour ...
Temperance Brennan... athy Reichs. This mimics Reichs' own real-life second career of writing theseries of novels and working as executive producer of the TV show, all whi ...
Erwin Schrödinger... ly compatibilistic (deterministic) free will is possible based on the data., a nobel laureate in physics and one of the founders of quantum mechanics ...
Manuel BlumIn 1967,developed an axiomatic complexity theory based on his axioms and proved an ...
Ronald FisherAlong with Leonard Tippett and, he pioneered the mathematical field of extreme value theory. The Gumbel ...
Kathy Reichs... spends much of her free time writing novels about a forensic anthropologist. This mimics Reichs' own real-life second career of writing the Temperanc ...
Stephen HarperThe Liberals were facing a united Conservative Party led by, while the Bloc Québécois and NDP were also buoyed by the Sponsorship Sca ...
Denis Poisson... the invention of a new branch of analysis deterred all but two contestants,and Germain. Then Poisson was elected to the Academy, thus becoming a judg ...
Richard Dawkins... e striking example of similar placental and marsupial forms is described byin The Blind Watchmaker as a case of convergent evolution, because mammals ...
Daniel Dennettuses the case of the Three Mile Island accident as an example of the diffi ...
Heraclitus... t one and the same time. With the exception of a few remarks by Xenophanes,, Herodotus, Plato, Aristotle, and Isocrates, we are mainly dependent on D ...
Yuan T. Lee... bel Prize, was his collaboration on crossed molecular beam experiments with. Crossing collimated beams of gas-phase reactants allows partitioning of ...
Ernest Rutherford... aper, with some unknown radiation that could not be turned off like X-rays.continued these experiments and discovered two different kinds of radiatio ...
Dicaearchus... rk on the Pythagoreans, which unfortunately has not survived. His disciples, Aristoxenus, and Heraclides Ponticus had written on the same subject. Th ...
Stephen Hawking... ongside Spencer Brown as Ford Prefect, Nigel Planer as the voice of Marvin,as the voice of Deep Thought, Patrick Moore as the voice of the Guide, Rog ...
Wolfgang Krätschmer... m-sized samples of fullerene powder using the techniques of Donald Huffman,and Konstantinos Fostiropoulos. Fullerene purification remains a challenge ...
AristotleIn astronomy, he criticized's view of the stars receiving their light from the Sun. Ibn Sīnā stated t ...
Caitlín R. Kiernan... ttle, Joe R. Lansdale, Alan Moore, Junji Ito, F. Paul Wilson, Brian Lumley,, and Neil Gaiman, have cited Lovecraft as one of their primary influences ...
Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo... ich the AFP played a key role. The revolution installed then Vice-Presidentinto the presidency
Albert Einstein... othic minster (Ulm Minster, German: Ulmer Münster) and as the birthplace of
Jean Baptiste Perrin... atus and methods were too accurate to make such a mistake. Because of this,, Nobel Prize winner and Hulubei's mentor, endorsed moldavium as the true ...
Nicander... ecially attracted him. He published editions of Aelian, De natura animalium;, Alexipharmaca and Theriaca; the Scriptores rei rusticae; Aristotle, His ...
Aristotle... nimalium; Nicander, Alexipharmaca and Theriaca; the Scriptores rei rusticae;, Historia animalium and Politica; Epicurus, Physica and Meteorologica; T ...
Vladimir Lenin... ssian Germans, along with all other farms and businesses, when Stalin ended's New Economic Policy in 1929 and began the forced collectivization of ag ...
Ştefan Procopiu... Conference in November that year, Paul Langevin obtained a submultiple. Theobtained for the first time its value in 1911; the value is referred to as ...
Richard Feynman... s Plenty of Room at the Bottom is the title of a lecture given by physicistat an American Physical Society meeting at Caltech on December 29, 1959. F ...
Samuel Johnson... to the Royal Academy of Painting and Sculpture, and became acquainted with, Garrick and others of that society
Jacob Grimm... r fairy tales. This was notably attempted by the Brothers Grimm, especiallyin his Teutonic Mythology, and Elias Lönnrot with the compilation of the K ...
Archimedes... . E. Montucla's L'Histoire des Mathématiques, and his story of the death ofintrigued her
Wolfgang Pauli... e, then brand new) with the inclusion of the neutrino postulated in 1930 by, and the discovery of slow neutrons, which was to prove pivotal for the w ...
Stephanus of Byzantium... 350 BCE. (cf. Phlegon, quoted in the 5th century geographical dictionary of, under 'Gergis'). Other places claimed to have been her home. The sibylli ...
Thomas Jefferson... other cities during the colonial era. Ben Franklin, George Washington, andwere known to have regularly eaten and served ice cream. First Lady Dolley ...
August BreithauptThe mineral was first discovered in Saxony byin 1817, and named by him from the Greek amblus, blunt, and gouia, angle, ...
Leonhard Euler... Latin and Greek so she could read works like those of Sir Isaac Newton and. She also enjoyed Traité d'Arithmétique by Étienne Bézout and Le Calcul D ...
Gan De... of the armillary sphere in China goes back to the astronomers Shi Shen andin the 4th century BCE, as they were equipped with a primitive single-ring ...
Gustave Gilbert... er Rudolf Hess. Göring and the others were interviewed in prison by Captain, a German-speaking American intelligence officer and psychologist. Gilber ...
Euler... stated (without proof) Fermat's little theorem (later proved by Leibniz and). A special case of Fermat's theorem may have been known much earlier by ...
Pier Paolo Pasolini... talian writers and intellectuals, including Eugenio Montale, Italo Calvino,, Oriana Fallaci and Indro Montanelli. The "third page" (a page once entir ...
Castor of Rhodes... fter him comes the Dorian usurper Phalces. Pausanias shares his source with, who used the king-list in compiling tables of history; the common source ...
Joseph ProustBerthollet was engaged in a long-term battle with another French chemiston the validity of the law of definite proportions. While Proust believed ...
Marcel MaussIn A General Theory of Magic,classifies magic as a social phenomenon, akin to religion and science, but ...
Otto Jahn... His tenure was from 1819 until his retirement in 1854. He was succeeded byand Friedrich Wilhelm Ritschl, who shared the directorship. From 1870 to 1 ...
William Luther Pierce... ocks at the quarry, books on bomb-making, a copy of Hunter (a 1989 novel by, the founder and chairman of the white nationalist National Alliance) and ...
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe... es who argued against his 'perfection.' Germans like Friedrich Schiller anddismissed Racine as höfisches Drama, or "courtly drama" too restricted by ...
Giovanni SchiaparelliThis parallel was noted by. Pertinent to the Copernican Revolution debate of "saving the phenomena" ...
José Gabriel Funes... My Brother", granted to L'Osservatore Romano, the Vatican newspaper, Father, director of the Vatican Observatory, stated: "In my opinion this possibi ...
John Cockcroft... in Manchester. Famous alumni include Nobel Laureate in nuclear physics Sir, aeroplane pioneer Sir Arthur Whitten Brown, and designer of the Lancaste ...
Eileen BarkerAccording to's book An Introduction to New Religious Movements, there is no evidence o ...
Marcus Elieser BlochIn 1801 he corrected and expanded re-published's Systema Ichthyologiae iconibus cx illustratum, a famous catalog of fish ...
Elias Lönnrot... y the Brothers Grimm, especially Jacob Grimm in his Teutonic Mythology, andwith the compilation of the Kalevala. The work of the Brothers Grimm influ ...
Lewis Fry Richardson... famous academics include mathematicians Louis Joel Mordell, Hanna Neumann,and Robin Bullough, and the physicist Henry Lipson
Ettore Majorana... tecorvo, Franco Rasetti and Emilio Segrè. For the theoretical studies only,also took part in what was soon nicknamed "the Via Panisperna boys" (after ...
Luigi Galvani... e bend the laws of nature. This attitude began with the 1771 experiments ofin which the legs of dead frogs were shown to twitch on application of ani ...
Richard Gans... ratio of electron kinetic energy to orbital frequency should be equal to h,computed a value that was twice as large as the Bohr magneton in September ...
Malcolm Fraser... onnor and Deputy Prime Minister, Jim Cairns. The Liberal Opposition Leader,, decided to use the Senate to block the government's budget bills, thus f ...
August Krogh... arch Council fellowship that took him to Copenhagen, Denmark to study underat the Zoophysiological Laboratory for two years. During his studies with ...
Friedrich August Kekulé von Stradonitz... o 1889 Reinhard Kekulé von Stradonitz, nephew of the famous organic chemist, was the director. In 1872 the museum moved to a new building that was fo ...
Ptolemy... f the ecliptic. Hipparchus probably used an armillary sphere of four rings.describes his instrument in the Syntaxis (book v. chap. i). It consisted o ...
Robin Bullough... mathematicians Louis Joel Mordell, Hanna Neumann, Lewis Fry Richardson and, and the physicist Henry Lipson
Pythagoras... known if Plato's ideas of idealism have some earlier origin, but Plato heldin high regard, and Pythagoras as well as his followers in the movement kn ...
Calvert Watkins... en seen as a prototype of the battle of Zeus and Typhon. Walter Burkert andeach note the close agreements. Watkins' How to Kill a Dragon: Aspects of ...
Henry Sidgwick... lves lead to certain outcomes. One classic philosopher to take this view is, in his main work
Via Panisperna boys... tudies only, Ettore Majorana also took part in what was soon nicknamed "the" (after the name of the road in which the Institute had its labs)
Freud... as they appeared in Constance Garnett's translations. Also the influence ofwould be important on Strachey's later works, most notably on Elizabeth an ...
James R. Heath... ore carbon atoms. In 1985, Harold Kroto (then of the University of Sussex),, Sean O'Brien, Robert Curl and Richard Smalley, from Rice University, dis ...
Yuan T. Lee... t Harvard University. He won the 1986 Nobel Prize in Chemistry jointly withand John C. Polanyi "for their contributions concerning the dynamics of ch ...
Pliny the Elder... yrus. The extraction of starch is first described in the Natural History ofaround AD 77-79. Romans used it also in cosmetic creams, to powder the hai ...
James Callaghan... e of great importance. The censure motion by which the Labour Government ofwas ejected had its origin in an early day motion (no. 351 of 1978–79), pu ...
PtolemySoon after, he wrote the Compendium of the Almagest, a commentary on's Almagest. Avicenna concluded that Venus is closer to the Earth than the ...
Franco Rasetti... ich soon was joined by notable minds like Edoardo Amaldi, Bruno Pontecorvo,and Emilio Segrè. For the theoretical studies only, Ettore Majorana also t ...
Paul Langevin... on in September 1911. At the First Solvay Conference in November that year,obtained a submultiple. The Ştefan Procopiu obtained for the first time it ...
Hesychius... nyi (and Robert Graves) theorizes that Ariadne (whose name they derive from' listing of Άδνον, a Cretan-Greek form for arihagne, "utterly pure") was ...
Anna May Wong... ef von Sternberg. The pre-Code picture stars Marlene Dietrich, Clive Brook,, and Warner Oland. It was written by Jules Furthman, based on a story by ...
Al-MawardiThe 11th century Sunni juristwrote
Margaret Thatcher... in an early day motion (no. 351 of 1978–79), put down on March 22, 1979, by
Robert Curl... old Kroto (then of the University of Sussex), James R. Heath, Sean O'Brien,and Richard Smalley, from Rice University, discovered C 60 , and shortly t ...
Hanna Neumann... Chadwick, while famous academics include mathematicians Louis Joel Mordell,, Lewis Fry Richardson and Robin Bullough, and the physicist Henry Lipson
Jacques Lacan... y, but Raymond Queneau, Georges Bataille, Louis Althusser, André Breton and. A selection from Heidegger's Being and Time was published in French in 1 ...
Yvette CauchoisIn 1936, Romanian physicist Horia Hulubei and his French colleaguealso analyzed pollucite, this time using their high-resolution X-ray appar ...
Shi Shen... t development of the armillary sphere in China goes back to the astronomersand Gan De in the 4th century BCE, as they were equipped with a primitive ...
Antoine LavoisierBerthollet, along withand others, devised a chemical nomenclature, or a system of names, which s ...
Albertus Magnus... onsidered to be magicians in popular legend, notably Gerbert d'Aurillac and: both men were active in the scientific research of their day as well as ...
Alan Turing... ombinator is the Turing fixed-point combinator (named after its discoverer,)
Richard Smalley... of the University of Sussex), James R. Heath, Sean O'Brien, Robert Curl and, from Rice University, discovered C 60 , and shortly thereafter came to d ...
Pierre WeissThe idea of elementary magnets is due to Walter Ritz (1907) and. Already before the Rutherford model of atomic structure, several theoris ...
Pierre Deligne... w "mainstream-for-Princeton"; but this assimilation (through David Mumford,and others) hardly includes all of the content
Horia HulubeiIn 1936, Romanian physicistand his French colleague Yvette Cauchois also analyzed pollucite, this tim ...
Witelo... Western Europe where they were studied by scholars such as Roger Bacon and
Subhash Kak... lism, addressed for example by K. D. Sethna and in Shrikant G. Talageri's .(1994) claimed that there is an "astronomical code" in the organization of ...
Jacques Curie... ezein (πιέζειν), meaning to press, and was discovered in 1880 by Pierre and. The effect is reciprocal, and when a piezoelectric material is subjected ...
Francis Fukuyama... eological alternative for nations in the post-Cold War world. Specifically,argued that the world had reached the 'end of history' in a Hegelian sense
Bruno Pontecorvo... cting his team, which soon was joined by notable minds like Edoardo Amaldi,, Franco Rasetti and Emilio Segrè. For the theoretical studies only, Ettor ...
Manmohan Singh... initiated by the previous Congress Government under P. V. Narasimha Rao and, pushed through major privatizations of big government corporations, the ...
Karl Marx, in Das Kapital, writes
Ian Hancock... omanis, it is impossible to accurately assess the actual number of victims., director of the Program of Romani Studies at the University of Texas at ...
Arthur C. Clarke... e other space advocates such as actor Tom Hanks and author and futurist Sir. In a 2007 interview with GQ magazine, Bass stated that he "absolutely" s ...
G. H. Hardy... statement of this is found in an essay written by the British mathematicianin defense of pure mathematics
J. R. R. Tolkien... "Runes") are the letters of a semi-artificial script which was invented byfor the constructed languages he devised and used in his works. The initia ...
Orso Mario Corbino... in atomic physics in Italy) which he won in a competition held by Professor, director of the Institute of Physics. Corbino helped Fermi in selecting ...
Shmuel Winograd... evska Williams. The original algorithm was presented by Don Coppersmith andin 1990, has an asymptotic complexity of O(n 2.376 ). This algorithm, and ...
Thomas Jefferson... iver. Chilled pawpaw fruit was a favorite dessert of George Washington, andplanted it at his home in Virginia, Monticello. The Lewis and Clark Expedi ...
Hirohito... 4, this time over the attempt by Namba Daisuke to assassinate Prince Regenton 27 December 1923 (the Toranomon Incident)
Ptolemy... sources on the Seres (Greek and Roman name of China) (essentially Pliny and) gives the following account
Karl MarxIn the most influential of all socialist theories,and Friedrich Engels believed the consciousness of those who earn a wage o ...
William Rowan Hamilton... salon included Sheridan le Fanu, Charles Lever, George Petrie, Isaac Butt,and Samuel Ferguson
Henry Lipson... , Hanna Neumann, Lewis Fry Richardson and Robin Bullough, and the physicist
Adrien-Marie LegendreGermain first became interested in number theory in 1798 whenpublished Essai sur la théorie des nombres. After studying the work, she o ...
F. Passow... independent work of the kind since Stephanus's Thesaurus, and the basis of's and all succeeding Greek lexicons (including, therefore, the contempora ...
Alcuin... s Eadbald's actions as a repudiation of his father's pro-Frankish policies., a later medieval writer, wrote that Laurence was "censured by apostolic ...
Che Guevara... guerilla warfare that Massoud had learned from the works of Mao Zedong and. His forces were considered the most effective of all the various Afghan ...
Tim Macartney-SnapeIn 1990 Australianbecame the first person to climb from sea level to the summit
Gough Whitlam... t Grand Cross of the Order of St Michael and St George (GCMG). He had askedfor this appointment shortly after becoming Governor-General in 1974, but ...
Edoardo Amaldi... ed Fermi in selecting his team, which soon was joined by notable minds like, Bruno Pontecorvo, Franco Rasetti and Emilio Segrè. For the theoretical s ...
Aristotle... es, which was a significant improvement over the two-part classification of(into orycta and metals) and three-part classification of Galen (into terr ...
Jack Layton... a promise he later reneged upon when elected as Prime Minister. NDP leaderfollowed suit soon after with a similar guarantee, and later Martin promis ...
Cathy Gale... e show into the format it is most remembered for. Honor Blackman played Dr., a self-assured, quick-witted anthropologist who was skilled in judo and ...
Sam Beckett... he series was created by Donald Bellisario, and starred Scott Bakula as Dr., a physicist from six years in the future (during the series' original ru ...
Hipparchus... ably used a solstitial armilla for measuring the obliquity of the ecliptic.probably used an armillary sphere of four rings. Ptolemy describes his ins ...
Friedrich EngelsIn the most influential of all socialist theories, Karl Marx andbelieved the consciousness of those who earn a wage or salary (the "workin ...
James George Frazer... t in early records such as the Egyptian pyramid texts and the Indian Vedas.asserted that magical observations are the result of an internal dysfuncti ...
Sergey Brin... 1973) is an American computer scientist and internet entrepreneur who, with, is best known as the co-founder of Google. On April 4, 2011, he took on ...
Thomas Young... 00 books and manuscripts, a figure reduced to about 7,000 in seven years by
Luca Pacioli... ing year, and therefore enjoy general recognition as a double-entry system.'s "Summa de Arithmetica, Geometria, Proportioni et Proportionalità" (Lati ...
Paul Edmund Strzelecki... hest of all Australian mountains. It was named by the Polish explorer Countin 1840, in honour of the Polish national hero and hero of the American Re ...
EratosthenesThe Greek astronomer Hipparchus (c. 190 – c. 120 BCE) credited(276 –194 BCE) as the inventor of the armillary sphere. The name of this d ...
Marlon Brando... 96, he appeared in a largely unknown film, Dead Girl, and starred alongsidein the poorly received The Island of Dr Moreau. That year, Kilmer starred ...
Léon Walras... ms of taxation that exist in capitalist systems. The neoclassical economistbelieved that a socialist economy based on state ownership of land and nat ...
John William DraperThe story begins in late April 1839, ashad just photographed the Moon and Charles Dickens was serializing Oliver ...
Augustin-Jean FresnelThe Fresnel equations (or Fresnel conditions), deduced by, describe the behaviour of light when moving between media of differing r ...
Joseph Louis Lagrange... rvations." Germain obtained the lecture notes and began sending her work to, a faculty member. She used the name M. LeBlanc, “fearing,” as she later ...
Fred AllisonIn 1930,of the Alabama Polytechnic Institute claimed to have discovered element 87 ...
Georg Loeschcke... chinkel and Hermann Friedrich Waesemann. Other directors of the museum were(from 1889 to 1912), Franz Winter (from 1912 to 1929), Richard Delbrueck ( ...
Paul Ehrenfest... of Göttingen with Max Born, and then stayed for a few months in Leiden with. From January 1925 to the autumn of 1926, he stayed at the University of ...
Omar Khayyám... owne claims that the following Persian verses are incorrectly attributed to, and were originally written by Ibn Sīnā
Sigmund FreudOthers, such as N. W. Thomas andhave rejected this explanation. Freud explains that "the associated theory ...
John Arbuthnot... e Scriblerus Club, which included Alexander Pope, Jonathan Swift, John Gay,, Robert Harley, Thomas Parnell, and Henry St John, 1st Viscount Bolingbro ...
J. Robert Oppenheimer... rough its own investigations that one of the leading scientists on the AEC,, had urged that the H-bomb work be delayed; Eisenhower removed him from t ...
David Mumford... his work is now "mainstream-for-Princeton"; but this assimilation (through, Pierre Deligne and others) hardly includes all of the content
Condoleezza Rice... dictatorship in the heart of Europe" by the former U.S. Secretary of State. He and other Belarusian officials are also subject of the s imposed by t ...
Daniel Wegner... ons to the free will debate have come primarily through social psychologist's work on conscious will. In his book, The Illusion of Conscious Will Weg ...
Eiji Osawa... as a possible topological structure. The existence of C 60 was predicted byof Toyohashi University of Technology in 1970. He noticed that the structu ...
Vojtěch Šafařík... impricht, Rudolph Fittig, Adolph Wilhelm Hermann Kolbe, Albert Niemann, and
Abū Alī ibn Sīnā... in: Sufficientia) is a scientific and philosophical encyclopedia written by(Avicenna) from Asfahana, near Bukhara in Greater Persia. Despite its Engl ...
Étienne Bézout... Isaac Newton and Leonhard Euler. She also enjoyed Traité d'Arithmétique byand Le Calcul Différential by Jacques Antoine-Joseph Cousin. Later, Cousin ...
Charles Coulomb... essenger particles dates back to the 18th century when the French physicistshowed that the electrostatic force between electrically charged objects f ...
Adolph Wilhelm Hermann Kolbe... s. Among them were Georg Ludwig Carius, Heinrich Limpricht, Rudolph Fittig,, Albert Niemann, and Vojtěch Šafařík
Beatrix PotterIn 1902published The Tale of Peter Rabbit, that follows Peter Rabbit, a mischievo ...
Kurt Tank... als, namely bombers and transport aircraft, but mid-way through the programsuggested it for use in the Focke-Wulf Fw 190 fighter project. Radial engi ...
Jens Stoltenberg... . The election result allowed them to unseat the Labour Party government ofand replace it with a three-party coalition led by Christian Democrat Kjel ...
Gavin de Beer... biology ('evo-devo') played little part in the synthesis, but an account of's work by Stephen J. Gould suggests he may be an exception
Stéphane Dion... tien (himself a Quebecer who represented a strongly nationalist riding) and, a Quebec minister in Chrétien's cabinet, to codify the Supreme Court of ...
Thor Heyerdahl... mid-1980s, the Maldivian government allowed the popular Norwegian explorer, to excavate ancient sites. Despite the clear evidence that all the ancie ...
HipparchusThe Greek astronomer(c. 190 – c. 120 BCE) credited Eratosthenes (276 –194 BCE) as the inventor ...
Turgot... on et le commerce des grains, in which he attacked the free-trade policy of. His wife now believed he could get into office as a great financier, and ...
Friedrich Engels... n between "utopian" and "scientific" socialism was first explicitly made byin , which contrasted the "utopian pictures of ideal social conditions" of ...
Papin's... 1733 under a joint patent. Newcomen's engine appears to have been based onexperiments carried out 30 years earlier, and employed a piston and cylind ...
Sigmund Freud... istorical interest in psychology are the theories of psychoanalysts such as, who believe that moral development is the product of aspects of the supe ...
Holden Thorp... Tulane University and the University of Virginia. The current chancellor is, who earned a bachelor of science degree from UNC in 1986, a PhD in chemi ...
Sir Lawrence Bragg... y. The Cavendish Laboratory at Cambridge was under the general direction of, who won the Nobel Prize in 1915 at the age of 25. Bragg was influential ...
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe... , hosted 126,000 visitors annually. Famous visitors to the springs included, Fyodor Dostoevsky, Richard Wagner, and Johannes Brahms. In those years t ...
Oliver Stone... tion", or a black box called "E.P. Collection '84 - '90". In 1991, directoroffered Astbury the role of Jim Morrison in Stone's film The Doors. He dec ...
Eugene T. Booth... e basement of Pupin Hall; the members of the team were Herbert L. Anderson,, John R. Dunning, Enrico Fermi, G. Norris Glasoe, and Francis G. Slack. T ...
Aristotle... lian Physics was not designed with these sorts of calculations in mind, and's philosophy regarding the heavens was entirely at odds with the concept ...
Robert J. Sampson... e without access to a private space are often criminalized. Critics such asand Stephen Raudenbush of Harvard University see the application of the br ...
Aristotle... e critics insisted on judging him according to the traditional standards ofand his Italian commentators from which he tended to stray. Attitudes shif ...
Averroes... ch as Al-Kindi (Alkindus), Al-Farabi (Alpharabius), Avicenna (Ibn Sina) and(Ibn Rushd) reinterpreted Greek thought in the context of their religion. ...
Éva Pócs... stic elements in the benandanti custom of 16th century Italy, the Hungarian, who identified them in the táltos tradition of Hungary, and the Frenchma ...
Kleene... nistic notion of truth often leads to misinterpretations about its meaning.formally defined intuitionistic truth from a realist position, yet Brouwer ...
Jonathan Haidt... as been found of a relationship between attitudes in morality and politics.and Jesse Graham have studied the differences between liberals and conserv ...
Augustin-Louis Cauchy... ssional colleague, as they would any man, by simply rejecting the work.” So, who had been appointed to review her work, recommended she publish it, a ...
Emmy NoetherHe was much influenced byat Göttingen. Amsterdam awarded him a Ph.D. for a thesis on algebraic geom ...
Avicenna... Islamic philosophers such as Al-Kindi (Alkindus), Al-Farabi (Alpharabius),(Ibn Sina) and Averroes (Ibn Rushd) reinterpreted Greek thought in the con ...
Hermann Bondi... es surfaces of simultaneity by considering light pulses, in accordance with's idea of the k-calculus. A second approach calculates a straightforward ...
David BohmSome quantum physicists have supported Sheldrake's hypothesis. The latesuggested that Sheldrake's hypothesis was in keeping with his own ideas on ...
Che Guevara... classes for the purpose of suppressing the oppressed classes, withers away.sought socialism based on the rural peasantry rather than the urban workin ...
Franc Miklošič... treši gróm") in order to save the rest. However the censor (fellow-Slovenein Austrian service) saw in the fourth stanza ("Edinost, sreča, sprava / k ...
James Goodnight... Furniture Industries (Nancy Webster), DuPont (Ed Woolard), SAS Institute (), Andy Albright businessman, entrepreneur and President and CEO of Nation ...
Thomas Edison... rames—each frame was flashed two or three times on screen. Early studies bydetermined that any rate below 46 images per second "will strain the eye." ...
Emmy Noether... a comprehensive whole. This work systematized an ample body of research by, David Hilbert, Richard Dedekind, and Emil Artin. In the following year, ...
Margaret Thatcher... on of soft ice cream. A chemical research team in Britain (of which a youngwas a member) discovered a method of doubling the amount of air in ice cre ...
Mark Liberman... ds Groseclose and Milyo used to calculate this bias have been criticized by, a professor of Computer Science at the University of Pennsylvania. Liber ...
Austen Henry LayardIn the sculptures at Nineveh the parasol appears frequently.gives a picture of a representing a king in his chariot, with an attendant ...
Charles D. Coryell... ories at the point) in 1945 by Jacob A. Marinsky, Lawrence E. Glendenin andby separation and analysis of the fission products of uranium fuel irradia ...
Warren De la Rue... etailed photographic studies of the Sun were made by the British astronomerstarting in 1861. The first photograph of a star was a daguerreotype of th ...
David Hubel... es in a way that makes them function as "bug perceivers". A few years laterand Torsten Wiesel discovered cells in the primary visual cortex of monkey ...
Gerardus Mercator... ohannes Molanus, Joan Lluís Vives, Andreas Vesalius, Ferdinand Verbiest and
Val Kilmer... Morrison was represented in the film, and the role was ultimately played by
Ptolemy... ata that would convincingly support the heliocentric model did not exist in's time and would not come around for over fifteen hundred years after his ...
Yutaka TaniyamaShimura was a colleague and a friend of. They wrote a book (the first book treatment) on the complex multiplicati ...
Roger Bacon... ly passing on to Western Europe where they were studied by scholars such asand Witelo
Hans Morgenthau... advance the goals of the right: "Eisenhower's victories were," according to, "but accidents without consequence in the history of the Republican part ...
Herbert Marcuse... iderable influence in European philosophy. Eros and Civilisation (1955), by, explicitly attempted to merge Marxism with Freudianism. The social scien ...
David Hilbert... ve whole. This work systematized an ample body of research by Emmy Noether,, Richard Dedekind, and Emil Artin. In the following year, 1931, he was ap ...
Herbert L. Anderson... which was done in the basement of Pupin Hall; the members of the team were, Eugene T. Booth, John R. Dunning, Enrico Fermi, G. Norris Glasoe, and Fr ...
Carl Schmitt... hke is now a leading conservative antidemocratic intellectual and editor of. Later that year, Gudrun and Bernward were engaged to be married. Both we ...
Israel Finkelstein... e Books of Kings suggest that it was ten thousand, and then eight thousand., a prominent archaeologist, suggests that the 4,600 represented the heads ...
Charles Darwin's On the Origin of Species was successful in convincing most biologists t ...
Li YeLikewise, the 13th century scholar, arguing that the movements of the round heaven would be hindered by a sq ...
Lawrence E. Glendenin... aboratory (Clinton Laboratories at the point) in 1945 by Jacob A. Marinsky,and Charles D. Coryell by separation and analysis of the fission products ...
Joseph Fourier... ers. Seven years later this tradition was broken when she made friends with, a secretary of the Academy, who obtained tickets to the sessions for her
Daniel Bernoulli... ronomer, and systematizer of the Bessel functions (which were discovered by). He was a contemporary of Carl Gauss, also a mathematician and physicist ...
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John B. WatsonAnother influential person in the world of Classical Conditioning is. Watson's work was very influential and paved the way for B. F. Skinner's ...
L. E. J. BrouwerIn the early twentieth centuryrepresented the intuitionist position and David Hilbert the formalist posi ...
Austin Sarat... ian Daniel Velleman, Biblical scholar Susan Niditch, law and society expert, and Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Lewis Spratlan, professor emeritus o ...
Guido Bonatti13th century astrologers include Johannes de Sacrobosco and
Amartya SenIn another article explicitly referring to Huntington,(1999) writes that "diversity is a feature of most cultures in the world. ...
John Wilkins... r year he was alao elected a Fellow of the Royal Society. In 1675 he edited's Principles of Natural Religion, completing what was left unfinished of ...
Patrick Bateson... g Sheldrake's prediction. In an independent analysis of the data, biologistagreed with Rose that the results ran counter to the prediction of morphic ...
Mr. Freeze... and the comic book-based Batman & Robin (1997), where he played the villain. This was his final film before taking time to recuperate from a back inj ...
Herbert L. Anderson... finding Fermi in his office, Bohr went down to the cyclotron area and found. Bohr grabbed him by the shoulder and said: “Young man, let me explain to ...
Ernst Curtius... han the Mycenaean. This possibility appears to have been first suggested byin the 1880s. In current scholarship, the standard assumption is to group ...
Sergei Chetverikov... , J. B. S. Haldane, Sewall Wright, E. B. Ford, Ernst Mayr, Bernhard Rensch,, George Gaylord Simpson, and G. Ledyard Stebbins
Margaret Thatcher... red a Soviet mural of Lenin and images of Reagan and then-UK Prime Minister. The sleeve notes, attributed to ZTT's Paul Morley, dispassionately repor ...
Edward Charles Pickering... as, years, or months. They were first introduced into variable star work by, of the Harvard College Observatory, in 1890
Wiles... this theorem. Shimura dryly commented that his first reaction on hearing of's proof of the semistable case of the theorem was 'I told you so'
Andreas Vesalius... s (Pope Adrian VI), Desiderius Erasmus, Johannes Molanus, Joan Lluís Vives,, Ferdinand Verbiest and Gerardus Mercator
Jacob A. Marinsky... ak Ridge National Laboratory (Clinton Laboratories at the point) in 1945 by, Lawrence E. Glendenin and Charles D. Coryell by separation and analysis ...
Ptolemy... s included among the 48 constellations listed by the 2nd century astronomer, and it remains one of the 88 modern constellations defined by the Intern ...
Joseph SchumpeterOther theorists, such as, Thorstein Veblen and some of the utopian socialists, believed that socia ...
Johannes de Sacrobosco13th century astrologers includeand Guido Bonatti
Jürgen Habermas... tution are Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, Karl Jaspers, Hans-Georg Gadamer,, Karl-Otto Apel and Hannah Arendt. The campus is situated in two urban ar ...
Richard Dedekind... work systematized an ample body of research by Emmy Noether, David Hilbert,, and Emil Artin. In the following year, 1931, he was appointed professor ...
Robert May... s. The map was popularized in a seminal 1976 paper by the English biologist, in part as a discrete-time demographic model analogous to the logistic e ...
Mary Archer... tack on Jeffrey Archer, who had been imprisoned for perjury, when his wife,, was a fellow panellist. She was noticeably angry that the matter had bee ...
Lyudmila ChernykhThe minor planet 2212 Hephaistos discovered in 1978 by Soviet astronomeris named in his honor
Jonathan Haidt... tructive stages or domains. Social psychologists such as Martin Hoffman andemphasize social and emotional development based on biology, such as empat ...
William Thomson... considers devices by James Watt, Professor James Thomson, Fleeming Jenkin,, Léon Foucault and Carl Wilhelm Siemens (a liquid governor)
Empedocles... generation of Sophists. Several doxographers report that he was a pupil of, although he would only have been a few years younger. "Like other Sophis ...
Mikhail Artamonov... ion of Balanjar has not yet been established precisely. Soviet archeologistinitially placed Balanjar on the site of the modern Daghestani city of Buy ...
Christian Gottlob Heyne... . They were first used in the instruction of university students in 1763 byat University of Göttingen. The Akademisches Kunstmuseum in Bonn was the f ...
Hadley Arkes... William Taubman, African art specialist Rowland Abiodun, Natural Law expert, Mathematician Daniel Velleman, Biblical scholar Susan Niditch, law and s ...
Steven RoseIn 1990 neurobiologistexperimented jointly with Sheldrake to test the hypothesis of morphic reso ...
TheanoAccording to some accounts Pythagoras married, a lady of Croton. Their children are variously stated to have included a ...
George Bernard Shaw... spects of his self-imposed restrictions somewhat as the work progressed. Assardonically (and slightly unfairly) noted of the last opera Götterdämmeru ...
Sir John Randall... igration was made possible by the newly won influence of physicists such as, who had helped win the war with inventions such as radar. Crick had to a ...
Thorstein Veblen... nomic system. Claude Henri de Saint-Simon, and later evolutionary economist, believed that socialism would be the result of innovative engineers, sci ...
Ginger Rogers... es. He was married to actress Lola Lane from 1931 until 1933 and to actressfrom 1934 until 1940. His third marriage, to Diana Hall, lasted from 1964 ...
Lewis Wolpert... who have sought to discuss his work, thoroughgoing metaphysical naturalistsand , reportedly refused to even examine his evidence—a fact cited as illu ...
Ibn Khaldun... to have said: "There is no way for two (leaders) together at any one time"the famous 14th century Muslim scholar, economist and historian said
Emil Artin... mple body of research by Emmy Noether, David Hilbert, Richard Dedekind, and. In the following year, 1931, he was appointed professor at the Universit ...
Plato... sm are still obscure and disputed, but they probably include influence from, Middle Platonism and Neo-Pythagoreanism academies or schools of thought, ...
William Damon... opment based on biology, such as empathy. Moral identity theorists, such asand Mordechai Nisan, see moral commitment as arising from the development ...
Jan Mikusinski... nses in scattering media*List of convolutions of probability distributions**Scaled correlatio
Thorstein VeblenOther theorists, such as Joseph Schumpeter,and some of the utopian socialists, believed that socialism would form nat ...
Bernhard Rensch... dosius Dobzhansky, J. B. S. Haldane, Sewall Wright, E. B. Ford, Ernst Mayr,, Sergei Chetverikov, George Gaylord Simpson, and G. Ledyard Stebbins
Christopher Skase... ported that Dave "Sluggo" Richardson had made a highly misleading report onfor Today Tonight. Richardson was suspended from duty for a month, and in ...
John Gunn... many notable scientists, including David Bates, Robert Boyd, George Deacon,, Harrie Massey and Nevill Mott; he worked on the design of magnetic and a ...
Israel C. White... in 1889 with the first oil drilling, following recommendations made by Dr., a well-known geologist who later became West Virginia State Geologist. A ...
B. V. BowdenThe appointment of(later Lord Bowden) in 1953 marked the beginning of a phase of expansion. ...
William Cranch Bond... rst photograph of a star was a daguerreotype of the star Vega by astronomerand daguerreotype photographer and experimenter John Adams Whipple, on Jul ...
Leibniz... rs, Yarkand, Kucha, and Turpan to the Ming China's border as Suzhou, Gansu., echoing the prevailing perception in Europe until the Industrial Revolut ...
G. Ledyard Stebbins... rnst Mayr, Bernhard Rensch, Sergei Chetverikov, George Gaylord Simpson, and
Joseph Swan... safety lamps, Stephenson's Rocket, Lord Armstrong's artillery, Be-Ro flour,'s electric light bulbs, and Charles Parsons' invention of the steam turbi ...
Friedrich Gottlieb Welcker... sities were scattered around universities libraries. The first director was, who also held a professorship of archaeology. His tenure was from 1819 u ...
Isidor Isaac Rabi... Atlantic Ocean with Niels Bohr, who was to lecture at Princeton University.and Willis Lamb, two Columbia University physicists working at Princeton, ...
Thorstein Veblen... al element to Marxism and initiating the concept of evolutionary socialism.saw socialism as an immediate stage in an ongoing evolutionary process in ...
Aristotle... d the profits made from his performances and rhetoric classes. According to, his students included Isocrates. (Other students are named in later trad ...
Carl Gauss... tions (which were discovered by Daniel Bernoulli). He was a contemporary of, also a mathematician and physicist. The asteroid 1552 Bessel was named i ...
Minnaert... e, it is possible to see it in the naturally polarized light of a blue sky.recommends practicing first with a polarizer, then trying it without. The ...
David Bates... aboratory, from which emerged a group of many notable scientists, including, Robert Boyd, George Deacon, John Gunn, Harrie Massey and Nevill Mott; he ...
Auguste Comte... were then just coming into existence. Her philosophy was highly praised by
John HerschelIn his book Outlines of Astronomy, first published in 1849, the astronomerwrote
Willis Lamb... els Bohr, who was to lecture at Princeton University. Isidor Isaac Rabi and, two Columbia University physicists working at Princeton, heard the news ...
Kurt Tank... ing lower drag. However, radial engines could endure more combat damage, sofitted a BMW 801 to a new fighter design he was working on. As a result, t ...
Ptolemy... and Romans, being noted by most major geographers of the period, including:, iv. 5. § 54; Herodotus, ii. 3, 7, 59; Strabo, xvii. p. 805; Diodorus, i. ...
Joe Nickell... onic initiation rite involving a hidden vault containing a sacred treasure.identifies parallels between the accounts of Oak Island and the allegory o ...
Thomas Henderson... e had an error of 8.8%. He narrowly beat Friedrich Georg Wilhelm Struve and, who measured the parallaxes of Vega and Alpha Centauri in the same year
John C. Lettsome... mber of famous historical figures came from that small community, including, William Thornton, Samuel Nottingham and Richard Humphreys. There are som ...
Theophrastus... totle, Historia animalium and Politica; Epicurus, Physica and Meteorologica;, Eclogae physicae; Oppian, Halieutica and Cynegetica; the complete works ...
Amit Goswami... f the Past: A Field Theory of Life was positively reviewed by the physicist
Josef MattauchIn 1934,finally formulated the isobar rule. One of the indirect consequences of wa ...
Varro... ation between Aeneas and Dido. Servius in his commentary (4.682; 5.4) cites(1st century BC ) for a version in which Dido's sister Anna killed herself ...
James Bowdoin... ions made at high values with lower-valued paper. The merchants, among them, were opposed, because they were generally lenders who stood to lose by s ...
George Gaylord Simpson... Sewall Wright, E. B. Ford, Ernst Mayr, Bernhard Rensch, Sergei Chetverikov,, and G. Ledyard Stebbins
Steven Rose... nconsciously, or to other conspecifics. A neuroscientist and memory expert,, has been critical of this view. A major reason for the criticism is that ...
Jacques Parizeau... ods, a plan intended to lay out the way to sovereignty created by PQ leader. Parizeau became Premier of Quebec in the Quebec election of 1994 (the se ...
Al-Kindi... antiquity and had them translated into Arabic. Islamic philosophers such as(Alkindus), Al-Farabi (Alpharabius), Avicenna (Ibn Sina) and Averroes (Ibn ...
Heinrich Hertz... o transmitters (called Hertzian oscillators) were built by German physicistin 1887 during his pioneering investigations of radio waves. These generat ...
Galileo Galilei... ns was entirely at odds with the concept of heliocentrism. It was not untilobserved the moons of Jupiter on January 7, 1610, and the phases of Venus ...
Gilbert Whitestudied the Barn Swallow in detail in his pioneering work The Natural Hist ...
J. B. S. Haldane... igures in the modern synthesis include R. A. Fisher, Theodosius Dobzhansky,, Sewall Wright, E. B. Ford, Ernst Mayr, Bernhard Rensch, Sergei Chetverik ...
G.E. Hutchinson... is termed the realized niche. The ecological niche has also been termed bya "hypervolume." This term defines the multi-dimensional space of resource ...
Alan Cairns... ntended to be a source for national values and national unity. As Professornoted, "The initial federal government premise was on developing a pan-Can ...
Albert Gallatin... horough-bred Frenchman". It has been said that the Alien Acts were aimed at, the Jeffersonian from Geneva; and the Sedition Act aimed at Benjamin Fra ...
Eliezer Ben-Yehuda... evived in spoken form at the end of the 19th century by the Jewish linguist. It has become the main language of Israel, while remaining the language ...
Ellen DeGeneres... ennifer Meyer at courtside for Laker home games. As a baby gift, comediennegave Maguire a special basketball motif stroller with Lexan dome to protec ...
Niels Bohr... retation of the work of Hahn and Strassmann crossed the Atlantic Ocean with, who was to lecture at Princeton University. Isidor Isaac Rabi and Willis ...
Joseph Priestley... ciation of Ideas). A friend, associate, and one of his chief advocates, was(1733–1804), the discoverer of oxygen. Priestley was one of the foremost s ...
Tadeusz Piotrowski... tion of local commanders with the Germans was condemned by AK headquarters.quotes Joseph Rothschild saying "The Polish Home Army was by and large unt ...
Michael Freeden... alist society: sociality, social responsibility, cooperation, and planning.in his study Ideologies and Political Theory (1996) states that all social ...
Robert Lucas... m Hayek's Austrian School. So successful were these criticisms that by 1980was saying economists would often take offence if described as Keynesians
J. R. R. Tolkien... n was contracted to direct an adaptation of The Lord of the Rings, in which's three-volume novel would be condensed into a single film. Bakshi arrang ...
Alan Boss... any planets might support simple or even intelligent life. For example, Dr.of the Carnegie Institution of Science estimates there may be a "hundred b ...
Oliver Stone... ust a matter of creating the scene and trusting that it was worth telling.", who had seen her in Nuñez's film, cast Judd in Natural Born Killers, but ...
Ptolemy... ps the law of buoyancy, also known as Archimedes' Principle. The astronomerwrote the Almagest, a comprehensive astronomical text that formed the basi ...
Plato... arning modelled by Murat on the caliphates of Cairo and Baghdad. He admiredso much that late in life he took the similar-meaning name Plethon. In c14 ...
Charles Darwin... ly of artists is attested to by the fact that Francis Galton, the cousin ofused the Bonheurs as an example of "Hereditary Genius" in his 1869 essay o ...
Rand Dyck... icularly important to the mobility and language rights. According to author, some scholars believe section 23, with its minority language education r ...
Thomas Jefferson... f Rights, which was then included in a new constitution. Another Virginian,, drew upon Mason's work in drafting the national Declaration of Independe ...
David Hume... l). Religion is not always positively associated with morality. Philosopherstated that, "the greatest crimes have been found, in many instances, to b ...
Owen Gingerich... rate for its day and was still in use at the time of Copernicus and Kepler.describes a planetary conjunction that occurred in 1504 that was apparentl ...
Yi-xingIn 723 CE, Tang dynasty Buddhist monk(一行) and government official Liang Ling-zan (梁令瓚) combined Zhang Heng's wa ...
ArchimedesIn the 3rd century BCE, the Greek mathematicianlaid the foundations of hydrostatics, statics and the explanation of the p ...
Edward Neville da Costa Andrade... scribed as "the dullest problem imaginable") in the laboratory of physicistat University College, London, but with the outbreak of World War II (in p ...
ParameshvaraA special case of this theorem was first described by(1370–1460) from the Kerala school of astronomy and mathematics in his com ...
Charles Babbage... loped by Joseph Marie Jacquard (1804), and later adopted by Semen Korsakov,, Hermann Hollerith, and early computer manufacturers like IBM. Another va ...
Alexander de Rhodes... replaced by a modified Latin script created by the Jesuit missionary priest, which incorporates a system of diacritical marks to indicate tones, as w ...
The Prince of Wales... of succession. The present Counsellors of State are: The Duke of Edinburgh,, The Duke of Cambridge, Prince Harry of Wales and The Duke of York
J. R. R. Tolkien's fantasy novel The Lord of the Rings (1937-1949) shares elements with De ...
Henry BriggsCommon logarithms are sometimes also called Briggsian logarithms after, a 17th-century British mathematician
Aristotle... out the necessity for more than one piece of evidence goes back at least to's Nicomachean Ethics: "For as one swallow or one day does not make a spri ...
William H. SewellFrederick H. Buttel (1948–2005) was an American sociologist. He was theProfessor of Rural Sociology at the University of Wisconsin–Madison
Francis Galton... family was renowned as a family of artists is attested to by the fact that, the cousin of Charles Darwin used the Bonheurs as an example of "Heredit ...
Arthur C. ClarkeIn the fictional work "The Last Theorem" byand Frederik Pohl, Sophie Germain was credited with inspiring Ranjit Subra ...
George Bernard Shaw... hey recognised the play's cleverness, humour and popularity with audiences., for example, reviewed the play in the Saturday Review, arguing that come ...
Nikola TeslaIn 1891,invented the Tesla coil, an air-cored, dual-tuned resonant transformer for ...
Apollonius of Perga... t motion of the heavenly bodies with respect to time is cyclical in nature.realized that this cyclical variation could be represented visually by cir ...
Ivar Aasen... of the farmers at this point. Although he seems to have been supportive ofand friendly towards farmers (in the peasant-novels), he later denounced t ...
Plato... secutors of the philosopher Socrates, and is depicted as an interlocutor in's Meno
Alexander Esenin-Volpin... mathematicians accept the reality of countably infinite sets (however, seefor a counter-example)
Theodosius Dobzhansky... , (1942). Other major figures in the modern synthesis include R. A. Fisher,, J. B. S. Haldane, Sewall Wright, E. B. Ford, Ernst Mayr, Bernhard Rensch ...
Simon Conway Morris... re re-wound and played back, life would have taken a very different course.counters this argument, arguing that convergence is a dominant force in ev ...
Pliny the ElderAccording to The Natural History of Pliny, by(Book XIX, Chapter 23), the Roman Emperor Tiberius had the cucumber on his ...
Michael Shermer... on is one of seven flaws in parapsychological research identified by Marks.wrote in Scientific American (2005) that there were a number of objections ...
E. B. Ford... clude R. A. Fisher, Theodosius Dobzhansky, J. B. S. Haldane, Sewall Wright,, Ernst Mayr, Bernhard Rensch, Sergei Chetverikov, George Gaylord Simpson, ...
Govindasvāmi... from the Kerala school of astronomy and mathematics in his commentaries onand Bhaskara II. The mean value theorem in its modern form was later state ...
James Bowdoin... 1752 by the Kennebec Company to William Bowdoin of Boston, older brother of. Originally called West Bowdoinham Plantation, it was settled some years ...
Clements... modern birds. This list uses the traditional classification (the so-calledorder), revised by the Sibley-Monroe classification. The list of birds giv ...
Lewis Carroll... den it; like the hatters, crazed by their exposure to mercury, who inspired's famous character of the Mad Hatter, most smiths of the Bronze Age would ...
Johannes Kepler... ope had on astronomy came quickly and were both controversial and profound.was able to formulate his famous three laws of planetary motion, which des ...
James Steuart... or manifesto of the movement. Perhaps the last major mercantilist work was’s Principles of Political Economy published in 1767
Hipparchus... ents survived. Although he wrote at least fourteen books, almost nothing of' direct work survived. Of the 150 reputed Aristotelian works, only 30 exi ...
Aristotle... was the author of De Differentiis, a detailed comparison between Plato ands' conceptions of God. Scholarios later defended Aristotle and convinced t ...
Augustin-Louis Cauchy... (also known as the Cauchy–Goursat theorem) in complex analysis, named after, is an important statement about line integrals for holomorphic functions ...
Roy Baumeister... ly to dissociate belief in determinism from belief in moral responsibility.and colleagues reviewed literature on the psychological effects of a belie ...
Newtonian... t series of lectures ("A Confutation of Atheism"), he endeavours to presentphysics in a popular form, and to frame them (especially in opposition to ...
Adam Smith... . The headstone was for the vintner Ebenezer Lennox Scroggie, a relative of, who had won the catering contract for the visit of George IV to Edinburg ...
Stephen HawkingIn 1991, John Preskill and Kip Thorne bet againstthat the hypothesis was false. Hawking conceded the bet in 1997, due to th ...
Ptolemy... n (it did so until 1925). The astronomical day had begun at noon ever sincechose to begin the days in his astronomical periods at noon. He chose noon ...
Aristotle... ith treason. According to the Constitution of the Athenians associated with, he was later acquitted by bribing the jury. Anytus later won favor by pl ...
Ginger RogersLater, in the 1930s, the on-screen dance pairing of Fred Astaire andinfluenced all forms of dance in the USA and elsewhere. Although both acto ...
Hugo Strange... een Quinzel, Lyle Bolton and, in some incarnations, Drs. Jonathan Crane and, have gone insane themselves
Otto Robert Frisch... y, they communicated these results to Lise Meitner. Meitner, and her nephew, correctly interpreted these results as being nuclear fission. Following ...
G. I. Taylor... of fiber diffraction analysis. In 1934, Polanyi, at about the same time asand Egon Orowan, realised that the plastic deformation of ductile material ...
Stephen Jay Gould... lution is the subject of a popular controversy. In his book Wonderful Life,argues that if the tape of life were re-wound and played back, life would ...
Nancy LanghorneDanville was home to both, Viscountess Astor, the first woman to serve in the British House of Comm ...
Claude-Louis Navier... are unreliable", but is nevertheless interesting, quotes the mathematicianas saying, "it is a work which few men are able to read and which only one ...
Smith... was more influential than the magna opera of other famous economists, like's The Wealth of Nations
Marlon Brando... t sought-after leading men in Hollywood, and his only direct competitor was. At one point he was receiving so many offers of roles that friends had t ...
Fridtjof Nansen... seen have many similarities to those of Greenland Inuit groups described by, although a large distance separates Siberia and Greenland. There may be ...
Pierre Teilhard de Chardin... iew has certain similarities to the concepts of Christogenesis advocated by
Mr. Freeze... nt them from staying in a regular prison are housed in Arkham. For example,is not always depicted as insane, but he requires a strongly refrigerated ...
Plato... , or lover of wisdom, and Pythagorean ideas exercised a marked influence on, and through him, all of Western philosophy
Charles Fellows... tions of Greek Lycia: Kr or Ksan Kr. The name of western Lycia was given byto it and points of Lycia west of it
Oliver Smithies... ent that increased fourfold to over $2 billion in just ten years. Professorwas awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 2007 for his work in genetics
Susan SolomonSince 2001 the organization has hosted the senior staff and recent chair,, of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's working group on clim ...
Georg CantorThe first of these was the invention of transfinite arithmetic byand its subsequent rejection by a number of prominent mathematicians inclu ...
John PreskillIn 1991,and Kip Thorne bet against Stephen Hawking that the hypothesis was false. ...
Robert DurrerThe process was developed in 1948 byand commercialized in 1952–1953 by Austrian VOEST and ÖAMG. The LD convert ...
George Placzek... interpreted these results as being nuclear fission. Following an advice of, Frisch confirmed this experimentally on 13 January 1939
Edith Evans... and directed it. Michael Denison (Algernon), Michael Redgrave (Jack), Dame(Lady Bracknell), Dorothy Tutin (Cecily), Joan Greenwood (Gwendolen), and ...
Misselden... tem into the 19th century. However, many British writers, including Mun and, were merchants, while many of the writers from other countries were publ ...
Johann Bayer... dentified this constellation called it Oistos. The Romans named it Sagitta.chose to name the stars in Sagitta in a non-brightness order, in this case ...
Steven Strogatz... N 978-0385531689). The six degrees research is based on his 1998 paper within which the two presented a mathematical theory of the small world phenom ...
Leopold Kronecker... by a number of prominent mathematicians including most famously his teacher— a confirmed finitist
W. E. B. Du Bois... errell and his wife Dr. Mary Church Terrell, Robert Weaver, Harriet Tubman,, and poets Langston Hughes and Paul Laurence Dunbar. Charles Douglass’ fa ...
Sewall Wright... rn synthesis include R. A. Fisher, Theodosius Dobzhansky, J. B. S. Haldane,, E. B. Ford, Ernst Mayr, Bernhard Rensch, Sergei Chetverikov, George Gayl ...
Kip ThorneIn 1991, John Preskill andbet against Stephen Hawking that the hypothesis was false. Hawking concede ...
Ralph Hartley... communications machines such as teletypes and stock ticker machines (1870).suggested the use of a logarithmic measure of information in 1928. Claude ...
Gottlob FregeThe second of these was's effort to reduce all of mathematics to a logical formulation via set th ...
Karl Popper... contend, the greatest harms are more consequential than the greatest goods.also referred to an epistemological argument: “It adds to clarity in the f ...
PlatoChronologically, the first recorded utopian proposal is's Republic. Part conversation, part fictional depiction, and part policy ...
Fritz StrassmannIn December 1938, the German chemists Otto Hahn andsent a manuscript to Naturwissenschaften reporting they had detected the e ...
Henry Briggs... the decadic logarithm, named after its base, and Briggsian logarithm, after, an English mathematician who pioneered its use. It is indicated by log 1 ...
Eratosthenes... and the Vulture - and still lying between them, whence the title Herculea.claimed it as the arrow with which Apollo exterminated the
James Braid... tribution to science were his discoveries around magnetism and meteorology., surgeon and pioneer of hypnotism and hypnotherapy, practised in Dumfries ...
GE Stahl... held another principle. He belonged in biology to the vitalistic school of, and in the posthumous work, Lettre sur les causes premières (1824), the ...
Joan Crawford... MGM he was one of the main directors of their female stars–he directed bothand Greta Garbo six times. Garbo called Brown her favorite director
Adriaan de Groot... which makes it possible to compare their levels of expertise. The works of, William Chase, Herbert Simon, and Fernand Gobet have established that kn ...
Alain ColmerauerThe language was first conceived by a group aroundin Marseille, France, in the early 1970s and the first Prolog system was d ...
Edgar F. Codd... sources). However, the term did not appear until 1993 when it was coined by, who has been described as "the father of the relational database". Codd' ...
Vladimir Lenin... nshevik leaders. On 20 December 1917 the Cheka was created by the decree of. These were the beginnings of the Bolshevik's consolidation of power over ...
Harry Harlow... bonding and the development of social abilities in adult life. Inspired by's famous experiments on rhesus monkeys, which established a link between ...
Richard Courant... in the 1870s. For almost one hundred years thereafter, mathematicians likeviewed infinitesimals as being naive and vague or meaningless
Brouwer... rt because his time in Germany made his politics suspect and in part due to's opposition to Hilbert's school of mathematics. After a year visiting Jo ...
Robert F. Coleman... I was gay, Psycho would be read as a different book." In an interview with, Ellis refers to his as an "indeterminate sexuality", and said "any other ...
Herbert Simon... re their levels of expertise. The works of Adriaan de Groot, William Chase,, and Fernand Gobet have established that knowledge, more than the ability ...
G. Evelyn HutchinsonThe niche concept was popularized by the zoologistin 1957. Hutchinson wanted to know why there are so many different types o ...
Lemony Snicket... Boris Max, is woven into the plot of The Penultimate Peril, a 2005 book by. "Richard Wright, an American novelist of the realist school, asks a famo ...
Alfred BiliottiMeanwhile, in 1868, tombs at Ialysus in Rhodes had yielded tomany fine painted vases of styles which were called later the third and fo ...
Thomas Jefferson... Clark camped at that mouth of the Kalama River, under orders from President. Over the following days, they would reached the present sites of Kelso a ...
John Craig... hardson, naturalist, explorer and naval surgeon was born in Dumfries as was, mathematician, and polymath James Crichton. Benjamin Bell after being bo ...
Stanley Milgram... More recently he has attracted attention for his modern-day replication of's using email messages and for his studies of popularity and fads in on-l ...
George Gaylord Simpson... sed by) organisms. The term adaptive zone was coined by the paleontologist,, and refers to a set of ecological niches that may be occupied by a group ...
William Huggins... the English chemist William Allen Miller and English amateur astronomer Sirused the wet collodion plate process to obtain the first ever photographic ...
Pāṇini... ter addition though they must have already formed part of it at the time of(ca. 5th c. BC), if, as seems probable, one of his grammatical sutras, reg ...
Jennifer A. ClackResearch byand her colleagues showed that the earliest tetrapods, such as Acanthosteg ...
Lee Teng-hui... er Chiang Ching-kuo. The reforms were promulgated under Chiang's successor,, which culminated in the first ever direct presidential election in 1996. ...
Malcolm FraserIn October 1975, the Opposition, led by, determined to block supply by deferring consideration of appropriation b ...
John Stuart Mill... quences. Two influential contributors to this theory are Jeremy Bentham and. Utilitarianism was described by Mill as "the greatest happiness principl ...
John Mauchly... ration, founded four years earlier by ENIAC inventors J. Presper Eckert and, and the associated line of computers which continues to this day in one ...
Bell's fatherThe Volta Laboratory and the Volta Bureau were earlier located at's house at 1527 35th Street in Washington, D.C., where its carriage house ...
Lewis CarrollIn 1865(1832–1898) published Alice's Adventures in Wonderland in England. The tal ...
Lise Meitner... g uranium with neutrons; simultaneously, they communicated these results to. Meitner, and her nephew Otto Robert Frisch, correctly interpreted these ...
Isaac Newton... he tells us, was drawn from certain speculations as to nervous action whichhad published in his Principia. His psychological theory was suggested by ...
Abraham Robinson... use of infinitesimal quantities was finally given a rigorous foundation byin the 1960s. Robinson's approach, called non-standard analysis, uses tech ...
Ivar Aasen... okesman for the Norwegian Left-wing movement. In this respect, he supported, and joined forces in the political struggles in the 1860s and -70s. When ...
Vladimir Ilyich Lenin... some respect. Lenin's Mausoleum, for example, contains the embalmed body of, the founder of the Soviet Union. Nearby to the south is the elaborate br ...
Pliny the ElderAccording to(The Natural History, Book XIX, Chapter 23), the Ancient Greeks grew cucum ...
Julian Huxley... etics, cytology, systematics, botany, morphology, ecology and paleontology.invented the term, when he produced his book, (1942). Other major figures ...
Goethe... a during Mozart's lifetime, and throughout German-speaking Europe. In 1787,wrote (concerning his own efforts as a librettist)
Vannevar Bush... 1947 in which he contracted "binary digit" to simply "bit". Interestingly,had written in 1936 of "bits of information" that could be stored on the p ...
Leopold KroneckerIn mathematics, the Kronecker delta or Kronecker's delta, named after, is a function of two variables, usually integers, which is 1 if they are ...
Robert Lucas... tes economy recover from the late-2000s recession. Some economists, such as, questioned the theoretical basis for stimulus packages. Others, like Rob ...
Ralph AbrahamWithand Terence McKenna
Joseph Grinnell... French word nicher, meaning to nest. The term was coined by the naturalistin 1917, in his paper "The niche relationships of the California Thrasher.
Jerzy Łoś... are precise, clear, and meaningful, building upon work by Edwin Hewitt and. According to Jerome Keisler, "Robinson solved a three hundred year old p ...
Thomas JeffersonVice Presidentdenounced the Sedition Act as invalid and a violation of the constitution
Gopal Krishna Gokhale... all things British. The moderates led by leaders like Dadabhai Naoroji andon the other hand wanted reform within the framework of British rule. Tila ...
Marianne SchnitgerAlso in 1893 he married his distant cousin, later a feminist activist and author in her own right, who was instrumen ...
Terence McKennaWith Ralph Abraham and
Ken Nordtvedt... quently spreading from the Balkans through Central Russian Plain. Recently,has split I2a2 into two clades - N (northern) and S (southern), in relatio ...
Thomas Jefferson... mers and plantation owners, including U.S. Presidents George Washington and, cut and stored ice in the winter for use in the summer. Frederic Tudor o ...
JeffersonThe Democratic Party is often called "the party of," while the modern Republican Party is often called "the party of Lincoln ...
Humphry DavyClathrate hydrates were first documented in 1810 by Sir
Noam Chomsky... al governments, and to the support they receive from their host population.states that Interview
Peter Atkins... e University of East Anglia, which resulted in criticism from Lord Winston,, Richard Wiseman and the Royal Societ
Seleucus of Seleucia... c model of the solar system, placing the Sun, not the Earth, at the centre., a follower of the heliocentric theory of Aristarchus, stated that the Ea ...
Otto HahnIn December 1938, the German chemistsand Fritz Strassmann sent a manuscript to Naturwissenschaften reporting th ...
Abraham RobinsonContrary to such views,showed in 1960 that infinitesimals are precise, clear, and meaningful, bui ...
Den Uyl... of government by the social-democratic/Christian-democratic cabinet led by. Although the ties between the VVD and other organizations within the neu ...
Benjamin Franklin... actor," was among the first American colonialists to write literary satire.and others followed, using satire to shape an emerging nation's culture th ...
Egas Moniz... urgery in the twentieth century was conducted by the Portuguese neurologist. During the mid-1930s he developed the operation known as leucotomy. The ...
Richard Wiseman... f East Anglia, which resulted in criticism from Lord Winston, Peter Atkins,and the Royal Societ
Edwin Hewitt... at infinitesimals are precise, clear, and meaningful, building upon work byand Jerzy Łoś. According to Jerome Keisler, "Robinson solved a three hundr ...
Lewis Carroll... nd they wanted Hello Kitty to be different. Shimizu got the name Kitty from's Through the Looking-Glass, where in a scene early in the book Alice pla ...
Robert J. SampsonAccording to a study conducted byand Stephen W. Raudenbush, the premise that the broken windows theory oper ...
Charles Sutherland EltonIn 1927, a British ecologist, gave the first working definition of the niche conc ...
William Allen MillerIn 1863 the English chemistand English amateur astronomer Sir William Huggins used the wet collodion ...
Silas Rand... e Mi'kmaq First Nation in Eastern Canada. In Legends of the Micmacs (1894),describes a Mi'kmaq ball game people called tooadijik. Rand also describes ...
Carl Reichenbach... er the guise of scientific exhibitions, throughout Europe and Russia. Baron's experiments with his Odic force appeared to be an attempt to bridge the ...
Christopher Wren... ry tilt yard tower — the only surviving example of the five original towers;'s Lion gate built for Queen Anne and George I; and the Tudor and 17th-ce ...
Sergei Chetverikov... nced by his exposure in the 1920s to the work of a Russian geneticist namedwho had looked at the role of recessive genes in maintaining a reservoir o ...
Robert DuvallTHX 1138 () works in a factory producing androids that function as police officers. ...
Louis Jacques Thénard... 1799 as a by-product of his attempts to decompose air. Nineteen years laterrecognized that this compound could be used for the preparation of a previ ...
Wilhelm von Humboldt... he world of letters, science and art, including Johann Wolfgang von Goethe,, Friedrich Daniel Ernst Schleiermacher, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, Lo ...
Max von Laue... ndergone acceleration and deceleration, thus differentiating the two cases.argued in 1913 that since the traveling twin must be in two separate inert ...
Gregor Kiczales... ogramming, which was later developed by some of the same engineers, such as. The MOP defines the behavior of the whole object system by a set of prot ...
Doris Day... d the film Young Man with a Horn, starring Kirk Douglas, Lauren Bacall, and. In this version, in which Hoagy Carmichael also plays a role, the Rick M ...
Michael FaradayQuantitative aspects of electrolysis were originally developed byin 1834. Faraday is also credited to have coined the terms electrolyte, el ...
Aristotle... nics, but it is by no means certain that he would have recognized the term., writing a generation later refers several times to Antisthenes and his f ...
Donald KnuthIn Introduction to MMIX,proposed that this unit be called a large kilobyte (abbreviated KKB). Othe ...
Roger Penrose... created by the Swedish artist Oscar Reutersvärd in 1934. The mathematicianindependently devised and popularised it in the 1950s, describing it as "i ...
Michael FaradayThe concept of the electric field was introduced by. An electric field is created by a charged body in the space that surroun ...
Ernst Kummer... to Berlin where he was a student of Leopold Kronecker, Karl Weierstraß, and
Aristarchus of Samos... y estimated its circumference. In contrast to Aristotle's geocentric views,(; 310 BCE – ca. 230 BCE) presented an explicit argument for a heliocentri ...
Jack LaytonAfter the Gomery findings, NDP leadernotified the Liberals of conditions for the NDP's continued support; the t ...
John James Audubon... ted States during the 19th century; outstanding early practitioners include, as well as early Hudson River School painters such as William H. Bartlet ...
Aristarchus of Samothrace... tury BC by Moschos, a bucolic poet and friend of the Alexandrian grammarian, born at Syracuse
Robert Michael Pyle... tories of wildmen are found on every continent except Antarctica. Ecologistargues that most cultures have human-like giants in their folk history: "W ...
Paul LangevinStarting within 1911, there have been numerous explanations of this paradox, many based ...
Paul Dirac... in physics before eventually winning a Nobel Prize in chemistry. Similarly,, one of the founders of quantum mechanics, began his academic career as a ...
John Aubrey... hn Davenant, bishop of Salisbury, was his uncle and godfather. According to, Fuller was "a boy of pregnant wit." At thirteen he was admitted to Queen ...
John Maddox... d reviews. Then in September 1981, Nature published an editorial written by, the journal's senior editor, entitled "A book for burning?" In it, Maddo ...
Yuri FelshtinskyAccording toand Vladimir Pribylovsky, top KGB officers Alexander Korzhakov and Alexand ...
David SaloFor The Lord of the Rings movie trilogy, the linguistused what little is known of the Black Speech to invent two phrases
Plato... as to his definite philosophical views. Everything of the kind mentioned byand Aristotle is attributed not to Pythagoras, but to the Pythagoreans. He ...
Jacques Parizeau... uebec for sovereignty, according to the Three Periods strategy of PQ leader. In this election, the Bloc Québécois won 54 out of 75 ridings in Quebec, ...
Grace Hopper... e Mark I were computing pioneers Richard Milton Bloch, Robert Campbell, and
Alexander von HumboldtOne of the first synthetic peroxides, barium peroxide, was synthesized byin 1799 as a by-product of his attempts to decompose air. Nineteen years l ...
CH Waddington's... gall's experiment with rats in a water maze and Mae-Wan Ho's replication ofexperiment with fruit flies, as well as several psychology experiments inv ...
Jacob Grimm... dern German became attached to the activities of these courts specifically.thought that the word is identical in origin to a homophonous word for the ...
Michael Scot... have been falsely attributed to him. His book on animals was translated by. His Logic, Metaphysics, Physics, and De Caelo, are treatises giving a sy ...
Richard Trevithick's... nts might have been impossible. Later inventions such as the power loom andhigh pressure steam engine were also important in the growing industrialis ...
Aristotle... Gorgias’ Encomium of Helen. Of the three divisions of rhetoric discussed byin his Rhetoric (forensic, deliberative, and epideictic), the Encomium can ...
Émile Borel... countable intersection, and relative complement. Borel sets are named after
Albert Einstein... he aging difference, not the acceleration per se. Explanations put forth byand Max Born invoked gravitational time dilation to explain the aging as a ...
Harry Dexter White... ported by other European delegates, as well as the United States (including, Secretary of the Treasury and Henry Morgenthau), but opposed by John May ...
Aristotle... definite philosophical views. Everything of the kind mentioned by Plato andis attributed not to Pythagoras, but to the Pythagoreans. Heraclitus state ...
Donald JohansonLeakey andwere at the time considered to be the most famous palaeoanthoropologists, ...
Hans Sloane... ney to Paris. And in 1700 he satirised the Royal Society — or at least, Sir, their president — in two dialogues, entitled The Transactioner. At Mount ...
Vladimir PribylovskyAccording to Yuri Felshtinsky and, top KGB officers Alexander Korzhakov and Alexander Komelkov may have plo ...
Pāṇini... Pakistan, the language of the masses was refined by the ancient grammarian, who set the rules of a structurally rigorous language called Sanskrit wh ...
James Q. WilsonThe broken windows theory was first introduced by social scientistsand George L. Kelling, in an article titled "Broken Windows" and which app ...
Nicholas Callan... ype of transformer to see wide use was the induction coil, invented by Rev.of Maynooth College, Ireland in 1836. He was one of the first researchers ...
Pliny... (rather than topazios) wasn't really known about before the classical era.says that Topazos is a legendary island in the Red Sea and the mineral "to ...
Aldous Huxley... as first exposed to and became interested in Eastern religions when he read’s Ends and Means in 1937, the year before his conversion to Catholicism. ...
O.F. MüllerIn 1786,gave a more complete description of the organism, which he named Cercaria ...
Derrick Norman Lehmer... owever, many mathematicians did consider the number 1 a prime. For example,'s list of primes up to 10,006,721, reprinted as late as 1956, started wit ...
Karl Weierstrass... it would be 150 years later, through the work of Augustin Louis Cauchy and, where a means was finally found to avoid mere "notions" of infinitely sm ...
Jeffrey Meldrum... maintain a breeding population. A few scientists, such as Jane Goodall and, have expressed interest and belief in the creature, with Meldrum express ...
Benjamin FranklinOn September 27, 1786, Mason wrote tothat he had returned to Philadelphia with his wife, seven sons, and one da ...
Johann Mattheson... mberg musical tradition, who had been at one time a pupil of Johann Staden., whose Grundlage einer Ehrenpforte (Hamburg, 1740) is one of the most imp ...
Zora Neale Hurston... k themes), including Eugene O'Neill, James Weldon Johnson, Langston Hughes,and Orson Welles
D’Arcy Wentworth Thompson... la and Henry Nottidge Moseley described the mathematics of univalve shells.'s On Growth and Form gives extensive treatment to these spirals. He descr ...
René Descartes... calculus. They drew on the work of such mathematicians as Isaac Barrow and. Infinitesimal calculus consists of differential calculus and integral ca ...
Jane Goodall... ught necessary to maintain a breeding population. A few scientists, such asand Jeffrey Meldrum, have expressed interest and belief in the creature, w ...
John Maynard Keynes... xter White, Secretary of the Treasury and Henry Morgenthau), but opposed by, head of the British delegation. The disagreement led to Chase Bank repre ...
Heraclitus... ato and Aristotle is attributed not to Pythagoras, but to the Pythagoreans.stated that he was a man of extensive learning; and Xenophanes claimed tha ...
Mary Pickford... was Catholic. Fairbanks was the son of Douglas Fairbanks and the stepson of, who were considered Hollywood royalty. Fairbanks Sr. and Pickford were o ...
PlatoMuch debate over both the nature and value of rhetoric begins with Gorgias.’s dialogue entitled Gorgias presents a counter-argument to Gorgias’ embra ...
Nevil Maskelyne... 's Lunar Tables. He also contributed to the Nautical Almanac, working under, Astronomer Royal
Theodosius Dobzhansky, a Ukrainian emigrant, who had been a postdoctoral worker in Morgan's fru ...
Plato... stronomy are claimed to have been frequented by Orpheus, Homer, Pythagoras,, Solon, and other Greek philosophers. From Ichonuphys, who was lecturing ...
Johannes OporinusLater that year Vesalius askedto help publish the seven-volume De humani corporis fabrica (On the fabric ...
Paul Ehrlich... as sitting between that of Morgagni whose work Virchow studied, and that of, who studied at the Charité while Virchow was developing microscopic path ...
Fons Trompenaars... ns. For instance humanity includes love, kindness, and social intelligence., author of Did the Pedestrian Die?, tested members of different cultures ...
Joseph Henry... ectromagnetic induction was discovered independently by Michael Faraday andin 1831. However, Faraday was the first to publish the results of his expe ...
Rand DyckPolitical scientist, in observing these criticisms, notes that while judges have had their sc ...
Thrasyllus... 80th Olympiad (460–457 BC) according to Apollodorus of Athens, and althoughplaced his birth in 470 BC, the later date is probably more likely. John B ...
Hiroshi OkamuraThis variant was proved byin 1947
Albert Einstein... he wrote a PhD thesis on adsorption. His research, which was encouraged by, was supervised by Gusztáv Buchböck, and in 1919 the University of Budape ...
Joan Crawford... ding Craig's Wife (1936) (which would be the film's second of three remakes;did the third) and The Citadel (1938). Russell was first acclaimed when s ...
Steven N. S. Cheung... Lau Tak Wahalthough some people prefer American-style middle names, such as, or simply use English names like Henry Lee. On official records such as ...
Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac... s hydrogen peroxide. Sodium peroxide was synthesized in 1811 by Thénard and. The bleaching effect of peroxides and their salts on natural dyes became ...
Friedrich KekuléDuring his work within Bonn he started a systematic analysis of the terpenes present in essent ...
Leopold Kronecker... ity of Stuttgart) and then in 1877 went to Berlin where he was a student of, Karl Weierstraß, and Ernst Kummer
Fredric Hasselquist... , having eaten four of the "prickly" melons. (Chapter XX, The Storm Cloud)., in his travels in Asia Minor, Egypt, Cyprus and Palestine in the 18th ce ...
Claude Shannon... al engineer before proceeding to mathematics and later theoretical physics., a theoretical engineer, founded modern information theory
Margaret Thatcher... Pintasilgo becoming the first woman Prime Minister of Portugal in 1979, andbecoming the first woman Prime Minister of the United Kingdom in 1979. Bot ...
Hyginus... as grandson of the eponymous Phylacos, he was the leader of the Phylaceans.surmised that he was originally known as Iolaus—not to be confused with Io ...
Michel Rolle... unrigorous and was fiercely criticized by a number of authors, most notablyand Bishop Berkeley. Berkeley described infinitesimals in his book The Ana ...
Joseph Weber... ronomy to complement electromagnetic telescopes and neutrino observatories.pioneered the effort to detect gravitational waves in the 1960s through hi ...
Eratosthenes... arth is a sphere ("round"), was generally known by all, and around 240 BCE,(276 BCE – 194 BCE) accurately estimated its circumference. In contrast to ...
F. G. Donnan... College, London, under Professors Sir William Ramsay, W. C. McC. Lewis, and, taking his B.Sc. degree in 1913. He was particularly interested in worki ...
Edith Evans... actresses in the female roles. Gielgud engaged Peggy Ashcroft as Juliet andas the nurse, who played the same roles three years later in his legendary ...
Maria Mourani... liament in this election were incumbents Louis Plamondon, André Bellavance,and rookie MP Jean-François Fortin. When the 41st Canadian Parliament conv ...
Karl Polanyi... lectuals and which continued until her death in 1939. His older brother was, the political economist
Milton Friedman... of the United States' GNP and exports were only 5.0%. Monetarists, such as, who emphasize the central role of the money supply in causing the depres ...
Albert EinsteinIn his famous work on special relativity in 1905,predicted that when two clocks were brought together and synchronized, and ...
John Wallis... ntly developed by Gottfried Leibniz and Isaac Newton starting in the 1660s.exploited an infinitesimal he denoted \tfrac{1}{\infty} in area calculatio ...
Pythagoras... osophy and astronomy are claimed to have been frequented by Orpheus, Homer,, Plato, Solon, and other Greek philosophers. From Ichonuphys, who was lec ...
John von Neumann... the brain as essentially a digital computer in disguise, as for example in's 1958 book, The Computer and the Brain. Over the years, though, accumula ...
Karl Marx's... n, thinking it to be from the book of Acts. Ironically, the quote is wholly, but does exist partially within the Bible (Acts 11:29 & Matthew 25:15)
Jean Pierre Mégnin... terest in arthropods and death, Song Ci, Francesco Redi, Bergeret d’Arbois,and the German doctor Hermann Reinhard have helped to lay the foundations ...
Eugenio EspejoFamous authors from the late colonial and early republic period include:a printer and main author of the first newspaper in Ecuadorian colonial ti ...
Judith DonathIn academic literature, the practice of trolling was first documented by(1999). Donath's paper outlines the ambiguity of identity in a disembodied ...
Isaac NewtonIt was independently developed by Gottfried Leibniz andstarting in the 1660s. John Wallis exploited an infinitesimal he denoted \ ...
Aristotle... e elements called atoms. This was elaborated in great detail by Democritus.(, Aristotélēs) (384 BCE – 322 BCE), a student of Plato, promoted the conc ...
Aristotle... rical, political, or other. A number of these are referred to and quoted by, including a speech on Hellenic unity, a funeral oration for Athenians fa ...
Stephen Cole Kleene... ome being intuitive". (Turing 1939, reprinted in Davis 2004, p. 210) Later,brought forth a more rational consideration of intuitionism in his Introdu ...
Francesco Redi... hrough their own experiments and interest in arthropods and death, Song Ci,, Bergeret d’Arbois, Jean Pierre Mégnin and the German doctor Hermann Rein ...
Grace Hopper... s in high demand during the war and the funds ($50,000 or more according to) could have been used to build additional computer equipment
James Hepburn... ish language and American culture in a private school run by the missionary(the forerunner of Meiji Gakuin University, and went abroad with a son of ...
Avi WigdersonLászló Babai, Lance Fortnow, Noam Nisan, andshowed that unless EXPTIME collapses to MA, BPP is contained in i.o.-SUBEX ...
Alexander von Humboldt... county derived its name from Humboldt Bay, which in turn is named the after, a famous German naturalist. The first recorded entry of Humboldt Bay by ...
Leonardo da Vinci... accidentally transported back in time to the 15th century; there they meetand, upon realising which age they are in, travel to Spain to try to stop ...
Robert Resnick... he restated and elaborated on this result as printed below, (with physicist's comments following Einstein's)
David Marksand John Colwell, writing in the Skeptical Inquirer (2000), criticized the ...
Alan Turing... l offered opinions referred to as Platonist (see various sources re Gödel).considers
Michael Faraday... process now known as electrolysis. Their work was greatly expanded upon byin 1833. Current through a resistance causes localised heating, an effect ...
PlatoAristotle (, Aristotélēs) (384 BCE – 322 BCE), a student of, promoted the concept that observation of physical phenomena could ultima ...
Jack Layton... privately met with BQ leader Gilles Duceppe and New Democratic Party leaderin a Montreal hotel. The meeting took place between the three party leader ...
Isaac Barrow... ound for integral calculus. They drew on the work of such mathematicians asand René Descartes. Infinitesimal calculus consists of differential calcul ...
Buckminster Fuller"High Tech" architecture moved forward ascontinued his experiments in geodesic domes while the George Pompidou Cent ...
Mircea Eliade... 33 and qualified as a teacher of French. While there he met Emil Cioran and, and the three became lifelong friends
Hume... s a metaphysician he starts from what he terms the higher scepticism of the-Kantian sphere of thought, the beginnings of which he discerns in Locke's ...
Oskar KolbergPolish folk music was collected in the 19th century by, as part of a wave of Polish national revival. With the coming of the wor ...
James Weldon Johnson... as well as white writers exploring black themes), including Eugene O'Neill,, Langston Hughes, Zora Neale Hurston and Orson Welles
Eugene ParkerThe idea that nanoflares might heat the corona was put forward byin the 1980s but is still controversial. In particular, ultraviolet telesc ...
Ernst Haeckel... the question of where to put such "unclassifiable" creatures that promptedto add a third kingdom to the Animale and Vegetabile of Linnaeus: the King ...
Rachel Carson... rmation of the environmental issues early activists from the 1960s, such asand Murray Bookchin had warned of. The moon landing that had occurred at t ...
Margaret Thatcher... 987 general election, in the hope of ousting the Conservative government of
Hermann Reinhard... Francesco Redi, Bergeret d’Arbois, Jean Pierre Mégnin and the German doctorhave helped to lay the foundations for today's modern forensic entomology
Bruce Ellisdid the code and Rob Pike did the design. Don P. Mitchell wrote the Markov ...
Kurt Gödel... ist position and David Hilbert the formalist position — see van Heijenoort.offered opinions referred to as Platonist (see various sources re Gödel). ...
Max Born... not the acceleration per se. Explanations put forth by Albert Einstein andinvoked gravitational time dilation to explain the aging as a direct effec ...
Interstate Commerce Commission... ss, by 1890 the Republicans had agreed to the Sherman Antitrust Act and thein response to complaints from owners of small businesses and farmers. The ...
John Ward... ary, view on this topic is given by the famous British-Australian physicist. In 1990 the university absorbed the Institute of Early Childhood Studies ...
Lance FortnowLászló Babai,, Noam Nisan, and Avi Wigderson showed that unless EXPTIME collapses to MA ...
Greenberg, Joseph... sound values of the sibilants will also use the conventional symbols, e.g., The Patterning of Root Morphemes in Semitic. 1990. P.379. In: On languag ...
Kechris... analytic sets. For more details see descriptive set theory and the book by, especially Exercise (27.2) on page 209, Definition (22.9) on page 169, a ...
Plato... e two were inseparable, reading together the best Greek authors, especially, and discussing, either during their walks by the sea-shore and the banks ...
Ptolemy... d by Apollonius of Perga at the end of the 3rd century BC and formalized byof the Thebaid in his 2nd-century AD astronomical treatise the Almagest. I ...
David Hilbert... wentieth century L. E. J. Brouwer represented the intuitionist position andthe formalist position — see van Heijenoort. Kurt Gödel offered opinions r ...
James Heath... terfullerene (C 60 ), was prepared in 1985 by Richard Smalley, Robert Curl,, Sean O'Brien, and Harold Kroto at Rice University. The name was an homag ...
Gough Whitlam... hteenth Governor-General of Australia. He dismissed the Labor government ofon 11 November 1975, marking the climax of the most significant constituti ...
Dmitri Mendeleev, creator of the periodic table, predicted the existence of an element eka ...
Jerome Keisler... meaningful, building upon work by Edwin Hewitt and Jerzy Łoś. According to, "Robinson solved a three hundred year old problem by giving a precise tr ...
Ptolemy... 4), Strabo (xvii. p. 802), Mela (i. 9 § 9), Pliny the Elder (v. 10. s. 12),(iv. 5. § 51), and Stephanus of Byzantium (s. v.). The city was the capita ...
Roger Bacon... قيه (hikmat-al-mashriqqiyya, in Latin Philosophia Orientalis), mentioned by, the majority of which is lost in antiquity, which according to Averroes ...
Blaise Pascal... to the latter movement of Jansenism and the Port-Royal theologians such as
László Babai... ertain inputs irrespective of the seed (though these inputs might be rare)., Lance Fortnow, Noam Nisan, and Avi Wigderson showed that unless EXPTIME ...
Robert E. Lucas, Jr.... rld's population increased over sixfold. In the words of Nobel Prize winner, "For the first time in history, the living standards of the masses of or ...
Richard Dawkins... th the title mimicking the controversial book by one of Sheldrake's critics, who wrote The God Delusion. [In an interview with Fortean Times, Sheldra ...
Rob PikeBruce Ellis did the code anddid the design. Don P. Mitchell wrote the Markov chain code, demonstrating ...
Hans Christian Ørsted... the most important discoveries relating to current was made accidentally byin 1820, when, while preparing a lecture, he witnessed the current in a wi ...
Apollonius of Perga... the apparent motion of the Moon, Sun, and planets. It was first proposed byat the end of the 3rd century BC and formalized by Ptolemy of the Thebaid ...
Mayrhofer... ek (hélos) ‘swamp’, the Rigvedic term refers mostly to stagnant waters, andconsiders unlikely a connection with the root * ‘run, flow’
Copernicus... sks their reputation by committing to a hypothesis. He gives the example of, who declared that, contrary to our experience, the Earth revolves around ...
Louis François Etienne BergeretDr(1814–1893) was a French hospital physician, and was the first to apply fo ...
Spock... kerous McCoy frequently argues with Kirk's other confidant, science officer, and occasionally is bigoted toward Spock's Vulcan heritage. McCoy often ...
Gottfried LeibnizIt was independently developed byand Isaac Newton starting in the 1660s. John Wallis exploited an infinites ...
George Abraham GriersonIn 1919wrote that “Kashmiri is the only one of the Dardic languages that has a li ...
Georgius Agricola... re metallica in 1912. This translation from the Latin of Renaissance authoris still the most important scholarly version and provides its historical ...
Plato... second of his two works entitled Cyrus, on Gorgias in his Archelaus and onin his Satho. His style was pure and elegant, and Theopompus even said tha ...
Edward Teller's... along with Stanislaw Ulam, calculated that the amount of tritium needed formodel of a thermonuclear weapon would be prohibitive, and a fusion reactio ...
Michael Pillsbury... IA was not doing enough to support the Mujahideen in the Soviet Afghan war., Vincent Cannistraro, and others put enormous bureaucratic pressure on th ...
Patañjali... or deficient in quantity, a failure of conception results." Indian linguist's work on Sanskrit grammar, the Mahābhāṣya (c. 200 BC), states that Sansk ...
Stephanus of Byzantium... Mela (i. 9 § 9), Pliny the Elder (v. 10. s. 12), Ptolemy (iv. 5. § 51), and(s. v.). The city was the capital of the Mendesian nome, situated at the p ...
Democritus... , indivisible elements called atoms. This was elaborated in great detail by
Béla BartókCell z is also one of the basic cells in's String Quartet No. 4
Zora Neale Hurston... e Hurston", published in Ms Magazine, helped revive interest in the work of, who inspired Walker's writing and subject matter. In 1973, Walker and fe ...
Kamoya KimeuTurkana Boy — discovered by, a member of the Leakeys' team in 1984 — was the nearly complete skeleton ...
Magneto... he "Acts of Vengeance" conspiracy, but was attacked by the mutant terrorist, a Holocaust survivor who wanted to punish him for his involvement in Hit ...
Ellen DeGeneresIn 1997 on The Oprah Winfrey Show, actresscame out as a lesbian. Her real-life coming out was echoed in the sitcom E ...
Angela Merkel... ay never happen again," Berlin Mayor Klaus Wowereit said. German Chancellor—who grew up behind the wall in Germany's communist eastern part—also atte ...
Lewis Carroll... usually Achilles and the tortoise, first used by Zeno of Elea and later byin "What the Tortoise Said to Achilles". These origins are related in the ...
James Prescott Joule... y in 1833. Current through a resistance causes localised heating, an effectstudied mathematically in 1840. One of the most important discoveries rela ...
Sewall Wright... as the development of population genetics. R.A. Fisher, J.B.S. Haldane, andprovided critical contributions. In 1918, Fisher produced the paper "The C ...
Alexander Hamilton... he 2010 census, the city population was 268. The city was named in honor of, first Secretary of the Treasury
Hermann ReinhardThe first systematic study in forensic entomology was conducted in 1881 by, a German medical doctor who played a vital role in the history of forens ...
Bertrand Russell... ics to a logical formulation via set theory and its derailing by a youthful, the discoverer of Russell's paradox. Frege had planned a three volume de ...
Max von Laue... ause "any change of velocity, or any acceleration has an absolute meaning".(1911, 1913) elaborated on Langevin's explanation. Using Minkowski's space ...
Pierre François Verhulst... -time demographic model analogous to the logistic equation first created by. The difference equation is intended to capture the two effects of reprod ...
Ludwig Boltzmann... cribed by James Clerk Maxwell and later described with fewer assumptions by. Instead it is close to Boltzmann's later approach of 1877
George Bernard ShawWilde was the sole literary signatory of's petition for a pardon of the anarchists arrested (and later executed) a ...
Félix Dujardin... glenas flagella, however. The first to publish a record of this feature was, who added "filament flagelliforme" to the descriptive criteria of the ge ...
Lawrence Kohlberg... he development of morals, usually going through stages of different morals., Jean Piaget, and Elliot Turiel have cognitive-developmental approaches t ...
Carl CorrensGregor Mendel's work was re-discovered by Hugo de Vries andin 1900. News of this reached William Bateson in England, who reported on ...
Karl Marx... thus maximise their profits, an opinion shared by the socialist Chartists.said: "The campaign for the abolition of the Corn Laws had begun and the w ...
James Clerk MaxwellOne could argue, based on the work of, that the transport definition precedes the more recent way the term is u ...
Stephanus of Byzantium... us Mela, iii. 8. The city also merits attention by the Byzantine geographer, s. v.
Benjamin Franklin... ve, and that by protons positive, a custom that originated with the work of. The amount of charge is usually given the symbol Q and expressed in coul ...
Buffon... 1801. The bulk of his work was in illustrating scientific books by Basedow,, Lavater, Pestalozzi and others. He also painted many portraits of Polish ...
Thibault Damourare Louis Michel, Jürg Fröhlich, David Ruelle,, Nikita Nekrasov
Alfred KorzybskiWhile teaching at the University of Florida,counseled his students to eliminate the infinitive and verb forms of "to b ...
Daniel Patrick MoynihanIntroduced by Senator, Section 1706 added a subsection(d) to Section 530 of the Revenue Act of ...
Oliver Stone... in 2003 but not released until 2005. Kilmer next appeared in the big budgetproduction, Alexander, which received poor reviews. Also in 2004, Kilmer r ...
Stephen Harper... da's interests over softwood and other issues. Wilkins, Conservative Leader, and NDP leader Jack Layton accused Martin of orchestrating a row with th ...
Nick CaveThe 1980s saw a breakthrough in the independence of Australian rock—said that before the 80s, "Australia still needed America or England to te ...
Marin Mersenne... nd in fact no further Fermat numbers are known to be prime. The French monklooked at primes of the form 2 p  − 1, with p a prime. They are called Mer ...
Georg KlebsIn 1881,made a primary taxonomical distinction between green and colorless flagell ...
Thales... ece (650 BCE – 480 BCE) with the Pre-Socratic philosophers. The philosopher(7th and 6 centuries BCE), dubbed "the Father of Science" for refusing to ...
William Ramsay... e continued his studies at University College, London, under Professors Sir, W. C. McC. Lewis, and F. G. Donnan, taking his B.Sc. degree in 1913. He ...
Cristián Samper... impact of global warming on the Arctic. Acting Secretary of the Smithsonianwas interviewed by the Post, and claimed the exhibit was edited because it ...
Jan Smuts... ns was repealed and all Indian political prisoners were released by General
Avicenna... gians: for example, Alhazen and al-Biruni were mutakallimiin; the physicianwas a hafiz; the physician Ibn al-Nafis was a hafiz, muhaddith and ulema; ...
Mircea Eliadediscussed initiation as a principal religious act by classical or traditio ...
Daniel G. BobrowThe developer team – amongst them Daniel Murphy and– chose the name TENEX (TEN-EXtended) for the new system. It included a fu ...
L. L. Zamenhof... national auxiliary language Esperanto was developed in the 1870s and 80s by, and first published in 1887. The number of speakers has grown gradually ...
Charles Sherrington... of the brain as a dynamic entity. Reflecting the new understanding, in 1942visualized the workings of the brain waking from sleep
Anthony D. Smith... language. They are part of a group of pre-modern ethnicities, described byas an "archetypal diaspora people"
Pliny the Elder... ii. 42, 46. 166), Diodorus (i. 84), Strabo (xvii. p. 802), Mela (i. 9 § 9),(v. 10. s. 12), Ptolemy (iv. 5. § 51), and Stephanus of Byzantium (s. v.). ...
John William Draper... he long exposure meant the photograph came out as an indistinct fuzzy spot., an American physician, chemist and scientific experimenter, managed to m ...
Vito Volterra... xplained in terms of the theory of dislocations which had been developed byin 1905. The insight was critical in developing the field of solid mechani ...
William JamesIn 1884described a two-stage model of free will: in the first stage the mind deve ...
William Bateson... -discovered by Hugo de Vries and Carl Correns in 1900. News of this reachedin England, who reported on the paper during a presentation to the Royal H ...
Michel MayorOn 6 October 1995,and Didier Queloz of the University of Geneva announced the first definiti ...
Mitchell Feigenbaum... xamples of models for dynamical systems. Named after mathematical physicist, the two Feigenbaum constants appear in such iterative processes: they ar ...
Trofim Lysenko... happened to the study of genetics in the Soviet Union once the doctrines ofgained the backing of the State. Demands in Britain, amongst people such a ...
James Clerk MaxwellFollowing is a derivation wildly different from the derivation described byand later described with fewer assumptions by Ludwig Boltzmann. Instead it ...
Jack Layton... d other issues. Wilkins, Conservative Leader Stephen Harper, and NDP leaderaccused Martin of orchestrating a row with the US in order to garner publi ...
Pliny... yrus the Great (558–530 BC), or in the first year of Darius I. According to's evidence, Cyrus the Great (Cyrus II) had destroyed Kapisa in Capiscene ...
Henri Poincaré... option. A number of other thinkers have since refined this idea, including, Arthur Holly Compton, Karl Popper, Henry Margenau, Robert Kane, Alfred M ...
Leucippus... ons for natural phenomena, proclaimed that every event had a natural cause.(first half of 5th century BCE), developed the theory of atomism – the ide ...
Condillac... me, his Duty, and his Expectations was published in 1749, three years after's Essai sur l'origine des connaissances humaines, in which similar theori ...
Lars Fredrik Nilson... ence of an element ekaboron, with an atomic mass between 40 and 48 in 1869.and his team detected this element in the minerals euxenite and gadolinite ...
John Stuart Mill... e Baconian method was further developed and promoted by English philosopher. His 1843 book, A System of Logic, was an effort to shed further light on ...
Manmohan Singh... parade in Surrey, saying it was a glorification of terrorism. In 2008, Dr., Prime Minister of India, expressed his concern that there might be a res ...
Gene AmdahlAt IBM, a small team at Poughkeepsie including John Griffith andworked on the design proposal. Just after they finished and were about to ...
Didier QuelozOn 6 October 1995, Michel Mayor andof the University of Geneva announced the first definitive detection of an ...
Pierre Raymond de Montmort... of , discovered in part by Jacob Bernoulli along with French mathematician, is in the problem of derangements, also known as the hat check problem. ...
Paul LangevinIn 1911,gave a "striking example" by describing the story of a traveler making a t ...
Egon Orowan... tion analysis. In 1934, Polanyi, at about the same time as G. I. Taylor and, realised that the plastic deformation of ductile materials could be expl ...
Arthur Koestler... f extrasensory perception. Paranormal writers and parapsychologists such as, Brian Inglis and John L. Randall have supported the work of Sheldrake
Edward TellerDr.at the University of California Radiation Laboratory in Livermore, Califor ...
James Clerk MaxwellThe distribution is named afterand Ludwig Boltzmann
Francis Lieber... the 7th ed. of the German Conversations-Lexicon was founded by German-born. After Dobson's Encyclopædia (1789–1798), it was the first significant Am ...
Joseph Campbell... read as to suggest a very ancient origin of the practice. See, for example,'s map in his The Historical Atlas of World Mythology [Vol I: The Way of t ...
Mark Thornton... es that were too big and intertwined to fail. Economists Robert Ekelund andhave also criticized the Act as contributing to the crisis. They state tha ...
Thomas Kuhn... ip to study philosophy and history at Harvard University at around the time's The Structure of Scientific Revolutions (1962) was published, which he ...
Pierre Wantzel... ch tools, the task of angle trisection is generally impossible, as shown by(1837). Wantzel's proof relies on ideas from the field of Galois theory—in ...
Alan Hodgkin... igation of the electrical properties of nerve cells, culminating in work by, Andrew Huxley, and others on the biophysics of the action potential, and ...
Milton Friedman... conomies from the start of the decade, and partly because of critiques fromand other economists who were pessimistic about the ability of governments ...
PtolemyIt is called Ptolemaic after the Greek astronomer, although it had been developed by previous Greek astronomers such as Apo ...
Gregor Mendel's work was re-discovered by Hugo de Vries and Carl Correns in 1900. News ...
Archimedes... egan in Antiquity with the Babylonians and with Hellenistic writers such asand Ptolemy. Meanwhile, philosophy, including what was called “physics”, f ...
PlatoIn's Symposium, written around the 4th century BC, Aristophanes relates a cr ...
David Ricardo... Adam Smith with the publication of The Wealth of Nations in 1776 and laterwith his explanation of comparative advantage. Mercantilism was rejected b ...
Frank MorleyThese uses of the conjugate of z as a variable are illustrated in's book Inversive Geometry (1933), written with his son Frank Vigor Morley
Sigmund Freud... n order to access his unconscious mind, a concept only later popularized by
Elliot Turiel... ing through stages of different morals. Lawrence Kohlberg, Jean Piaget, andhave cognitive-developmental approaches to moral development; to these the ...
John LathamDescribed scientifically by English naturalistin 1790, the Black Swan was formerly placed into a monotypic genus, Chenop ...
Ludwig BoltzmannThe distribution is named after James Clerk Maxwell and
Jacob BernoulliFor example, the Swiss mathematiciandiscovered that arises in compound interest: An account that starts at $1, ...
Robert Ekelund... the way for companies that were too big and intertwined to fail. Economistsand Mark Thornton have also criticized the Act as contributing to the cris ...
David Bohm... 's ideas have resonated with the general public and some physicists such as. The idea that fields may influence cells has even received cautious supp ...
Lee Teng-hui... d allowed native Taiwanese into positions of power, including his successor
Mikhail Lomonosov... biogenic theory was first introduced by Georg Agricola in 1556 and later byin the 18th century
John James Audubon... . The average weight of these pigeons was 340–400 grams (12–14 oz) and, per's account, length was 42 cm (16.5 in) in males and 38 cm (15 in) in femal ...
David Ruelleare Louis Michel, Jürg Fröhlich,, Thibault Damour, Nikita Nekrasov
Meave LeakeyRichard shifted away from paleontology in 1989, but his wifeand daughter Louise Leakey still continue paleontological research in Nort ...
Sigmund Freud... vel Coraline, where he argues that the work plays and riffs productively on's notion of the Uncanny, or the Unheimlich
Lev Vygotsky... slowly learn to understand and think about them on higher, abstract levels.suggested that mental functions, such as concepts, language, voluntary att ...
Jean-Baptiste ColbertMercantilist policies have included:'s work in seventeenth century France exemplified classical mercantilism. ...
Per Teodor Cleve... "Scandinavia". Nilson was apparently unaware of Mendeleev's prediction, butrecognized the correspondence and notified Mendeleev
Jürg Fröhlichare Louis Michel,, David Ruelle, Thibault Damour, Nikita Nekrasov
Clair Wilcox... TFG Wood, Frank Graham, Ernest Patterson, Henry Seager, Frank Taussig, and. Automobile executive Henry Ford spent an evening at the White House tryi ...
Edward Jenner... he husband of Anne Hunter, a teacher, and friend of, and collaborator with,, the inventor of the smallpox vaccine
Franz Boas... awarded the Copley Medal. Among his most famous students was anthropologist, who became a professor at Columbia University
Apollonius of Perga... olemy, although it had been developed by previous Greek astronomers such asand Hipparchus of Rhodes, who used it extensively, during the second centu ...
Rutherford's... i had been born a few years earlier, one could well imagine him discoveringatomic nucleus, and then developing Bohr's theory of the hydrogen atom. If ...
Adam Smith... al mercantilism. In the English-speaking world its ideas were criticized bywith the publication of The Wealth of Nations in 1776 and later David Rica ...
Joseph Campbell... thic archetypes regarding initiation and male coming-of-age as described by. Chance compares the development and growth of Bilbo against other charac ...
José Rizal... usiness district, as an honor and dedication to the country's national hero, who was executed in the same place where the park was created by the Spa ...
Hugo de VriesGregor Mendel's work was re-discovered byand Carl Correns in 1900. News of this reached William Bateson in England, ...
Philip Rubin... atory experiments was developed at Haskins Laboratories in the mid-1970s by, Tom Baer, and Paul Mermelstein. This synthesizer, known as ASY, was base ...
Sir Patrick Moore... fle Woman, Leslie Phillips as Hactar, Saeed Jaffrey as the Man on the Pole,as himself, and Christian Slater as Wonko the Sane. Finally, Adams himself ...
Samuel Pierpont Langley... t electrical resistance. It was invented in 1878 by the American astronomer. The name comes from the Greek word bole (βολή), for something thrown, as ...
Louise Leakey... fted away from paleontology in 1989, but his wife Meave Leakey and daughterstill continue paleontological research in Northern Kenya
David Hume... , was elected for the first time. Peel had studied the works of Adam Smith,and Ricardo and proclaimed during 1839: "I have read all that has been wri ...
Gopal Krishna Gokhale... had brought with them were required to alleviate many of India's problems., a veteran Congressman and Indian leader, became Gandhi's mentor. Gandhi' ...
Ptolemy... ty with the Babylonians and with Hellenistic writers such as Archimedes and. Meanwhile, philosophy, including what was called “physics”, focused on e ...
John Evelyn... fonts for their classical books; he had these made in Holland. He assistedin his Numismata. Bentley did not settle down to the steady execution of a ...
Jean Piaget... orals, usually going through stages of different morals. Lawrence Kohlberg,, and Elliot Turiel have cognitive-developmental approaches to moral devel ...
Howard H. AikenThe electromechanical ASCC was devised by, built at IBM and shipped to Harvard in February 1944. It began computati ...
Ibn al-Nafis... iruni were mutakallimiin; the physician Avicenna was a hafiz; the physicianwas a hafiz, muhaddith and ulema; the botanist Otto Brunfels was a theolog ...
Isaac Newton... o flow". As fluxion, this term was introduced into differential calculus by
Philippe Kahn... utor for Microsoft products in Denmark which put them at odds with Borland.and Anders first met in 1986. For all those years, , one of Borland's foun ...
J. R. R. Tolkien... s created by J. R. R. Tolkien. Enya has performed several songs relating to's The Lord of the Rings, including 1991's "Lothlórien" (instrumental), an ...
Irving Fisher... asking President Hoover to veto the legislation, organized by Paul Douglas,, James TFG Wood, Frank Graham, Ernest Patterson, Henry Seager, Frank Taus ...
Joan Crawford... the result, that he relented and gave her the role. The original choice was, who purportedly never forgave Shearer for usurping the role
John Napier... us, with its crested skull and bipedal gait, was suggested by primatologistand anthropologist Gordon Strasenburg as a possible candidate for Bigfoot' ...
Hipparchus... een developed by previous Greek astronomers such as Apollonius of Perga andof Rhodes, who used it extensively, during the second century BC, almost t ...
Sir Peter Scott... erland and Mongolia) have joined the IWC. This shift was first initiated by, the then head of the World Wildlife Fund. Labelling the IWC a "butchers' ...
Melvin Calvin... istry at the University of Manchester. Two of his pupils, Eugene Wigner and, went on to win a Nobel Prize. The focus of his interests began to turn t ...
Malcolm Fraser... ition, and that Whitlam was dominating him in the House of Representatives.challenged Snedden for the leadership, and defeated him on 21 March
Paul Samuelson... unlikely to produce cotton cloth if the cotton had to be grown in England."coined a term Sraffa bonus to name the gains from trade of inputs
Alexander Afanasyev... Korsakov's interest in pantheism was whetted by the folkloristic studies of. That author's standard work, The Poetic Outlook on Nature by the Slavs, ...
MaclaurinSeveral mathematicians, includingand d'Alembert, attempted to prove the soundness of using limits, but it w ...
Richard Stallman... rnel development was a controversial one. Some, notably GNU Project founder, expressed concern about proprietary tools being used on a flagship free ...
Pliny the Elder... ephus, Ant. Jud. xiii. 3, C. Apion. i. 26; Cicero, De Natura Deorum iii. 21;, v. 9. § 11; Tacitus, Ann. vi. 28; Pomponius Mela, iii. 8. The city also ...
Christof Koch... ption from other scientists. Neurophysiologist and consciousness researcher, for example, has stated that discussing Sheldrake's ideas is a "waste of ...
Nicolaus Copernicus... s a theologian and historian of Protestantism; the astronomer and physicianwas a priest
J. R. R. TolkienThe Gladden Fields (Sindarin Loeg Ningloron) is a location in's Middle-earth. In his works, the Gladden Fields are located where the Gl ...
Léon Foucault... e been first photographed in an 1845 daguerreotype by the French physicistsand Hippolyte Fizeau. The Sun's solar corona was first imaged by a Kalinin ...
Christophe Breuil... Maxim Kontsevich, Dennis Sullivan and René Thom. The long-term visitors are, Dirk Kreimer, Ofer Gabber and Christophe Soulé
Alfred Russel Wallace... ed the term neo-Darwinism to refer to the version of evolution advocated byand August Weismann with its heavy dependence on natural selection. Weisma ...
Richard Dawkins... brain size, and in particular the development of theory of mind abilities.in The God Delusion suggested that our morality is a result of our biologi ...
August Weismann... to refer to the version of evolution advocated by Alfred Russel Wallace andwith its heavy dependence on natural selection. Weismann and Wallace rejec ...
d'AlembertSeveral mathematicians, including Maclaurin and, attempted to prove the soundness of using limits, but it would be 150 ye ...
Alfred Korzybski... and "equal" that E-Prime often uses to describe precise actions or states.criticized the use of the verb "to be", and stated that, "Any proposition ...
Paul FarmerAccording to, the US administration dismantled the constitutional system, reinstituted ...
Walter Bagehot... tician James Wilson with help from the Anti-Corn Law League; his son-in-lawlater became the editor of this newspaper
Andrew LyneIn 1991, M. Bailes and S.L. Shemar claimed to have discovered a pulsar planet in ...
Paul Douglas... s in the U.S. asking President Hoover to veto the legislation, organized by, Irving Fisher, James TFG Wood, Frank Graham, Ernest Patterson, Henry Sea ...
Jack Layton... to attract voters who were leaning towards the NDP, but New Democrat leaderresponded by focusing his attacks on Liberal corruption
Timothy Leary... featured internationally known controversial figures to match the likes of, Indira Gandhi, Golda Meir and William F. Buckley who had held viewers' a ...
Benjamin RobinsEnglish military engineer and mathematician(1707–1751) invented a whirling arm apparatus to determine drag and did so ...
Otto Brunfels... ; the physician Ibn al-Nafis was a hafiz, muhaddith and ulema; the botanistwas a theologian and historian of Protestantism; the astronomer and physic ...
Elaine Pagels... olossians. Proponents of the view that Paul was actually a gnostic, such asof Princeton University, view the reference in Colossians as something tha ...
Bruce Edwards Ivins... the 2001 anthrax attacks, the Federal Bureau of Investigation revealed thatwas inspired by GEB to hide secret codes based upon nucleotide sequences i ...
Eugene Wigner... r in physical chemistry at the University of Manchester. Two of his pupils,and Melvin Calvin, went on to win a Nobel Prize. The focus of his interest ...
James Weldon Johnson... ncement of Colored People (NAACP). NAACP leaders such as W.E.B. Du Bois andwere frequent guests in the Rustin home. With these influences in his earl ...
Pierre de Fermat... le happened with the study of prime numbers until the 17th century. In 1640stated (without proof) Fermat's little theorem (later proved by Leibniz an ...
Noam Chomsky... nguistic effects on the brain from the assertion of identity (as in 'is').", "[r]egarded as the father of modern linguistics"
Dirk Kreimer... ennis Sullivan and René Thom. The long-term visitors are Christophe Breuil,, Ofer Gabber and Christophe Soulé
Brian May... n Europe. Following one such performance at the Royal Albert Hall Jarre met, who proposed he create a concert in Tenerife for the International Year ...
John C. Frémont... d Spanish by José Antonio Carrillo, approved by American Lieutenant-Coloneland Mexican Governor Andrés Pico on January 13, 1847 at Campo de Cahuenga ...
Neeraj Kayal... owever, in the 2002 paper PRIMES is in P, Manindra Agrawal and his studentsand Nitin Saxena found a deterministic polynomial-time algorithm for this ...
Fritz Haber... Admiral Horthy régime. In 1920 he returned to Karlsruhe, and was invited byto join the Kaiser Wilhelm Institut für Faserstoffchemie in Berlin. In 192 ...
James Conant... d, a coded phone call was made by one of the physicists, Arthur Compton, to, chairman of the National Defense Research Committee. The conversation wa ...
Jean-Baptiste Colbert... for Versailles became more of a matter for public record, especially afterassumed the post of finance minister. Expenditures on Versailles have been ...
Vannevar Bush... osals emerged, one from New Deal Senator Harley M. Kilgore and another from
Jean Decety... derstanding, but also in emotion sharing empathy. Cognitive neuro-scientistthinks that the ability to recognize and vicariously experience what anoth ...
Gottfried Wilhelm LeibnizSince 2007 the historic Leibniz Letters, which can be viewed in theLibrary, are on UNESCO's Memory of the World Register
Kazimierz Kuratowski... h as vector spaces, ordered sets, etc. Zorn's lemma was first discovered byin 1922, and then independently by Zorn in 1935
Anténor Firmin... 1892, the German government supported suppression of the reform movement of. In January 1914, British, German and US forces entered Haiti, ostensibly ...
Hippolyte Fizeau... graphed in an 1845 daguerreotype by the French physicists Léon Foucault and. The Sun's solar corona was first imaged by a Kaliningrad daguerreotypist ...
Fridtjof Nansen... es and was condemned vigorously by a large number of countries. Undeterred,worked with both Greece and Turkey to gain their acceptance of the propose ...
Kip Thorne... eriment aiming to directly detect gravitational waves. Cofounded in 1992 byand Ronald Drever of Caltech and Rainer Weiss of MIT, LIGO is a joint proj ...
Richard Stallman... rom Common Lisp. It supports imperative and functional programming methods.chose Lisp as the extension language for his rewrite of Emacs (the origina ...
Archimedes... two marks a set distance apart. The next construction is originally due to, called a Neusis construction, i.e., that uses tools other than an un-mar ...
Wilhelm Reich... rstanding of modern neurobiology. Henry Bauer compared Sheldrake's ideas to's generally discredited claims of orgone energies. In his Skeptic's Dicti ...
Winckelmann... ycurgus, Leocralca (1834) and Oratores Atticae (1838–1850); with Orelli and, a critical edition of Plato (1839–1842), which marked a distinct advance ...
George Bernard ShawThe Ring has been the subject of myriad interpretations. For example,, in , argues for a view of The Ring as an essentially socialist critique ...
Laura Schlessinger... dia Cornell, Brooke Shields, Roddy McDowall and others; Chubby Checker, Dr., and Dr. Ruth Westheimer appeared in episodes as themselves
James Q. WilsonThe theory was introduced in a 1982 article by social scientistsand George L. Kelling. Since then it has been subject to great debate both ...
Jeremiah Dixon... ts to determine the distance from the earth to the sun. Mason was joined by, a surveyor and amateur astronomer from Cockfield in the County of Durham ...
Ronald Drever... to directly detect gravitational waves. Cofounded in 1992 by Kip Thorne andof Caltech and Rainer Weiss of MIT, LIGO is a joint project between scient ...
Nitin Saxena... 02 paper PRIMES is in P, Manindra Agrawal and his students Neeraj Kayal andfound a deterministic polynomial-time algorithm for this problem, thus sho ...
Dudley North... Smith developed an ideology that could fully replace it. Critics like Hume,, and John Locke undermined much of mercantilism, and it steadily lost fav ...
Dennis Sullivan... andre Grothendieck, Oscar Lanford III, Laurent Lafforgue, Maxim Kontsevich,and René Thom. The long-term visitors are Christophe Breuil, Dirk Kreimer, ...
Poul la CourDanish inventorapplied wind tunnels in his process of developing and refining the technol ...
William Safire... sts Joyce Carol Oates, John D. MacDonald, Shirley Jackson, and Alice Sebold;, Pulitzer Prize winning commentator; Cambridge historian Sir Moses I. Fi ...
Aristarchus of Samos... the ground seems still and steady underfoot. Some Greek astronomers (e.g.,) speculated that the planets (Earth included) orbited the Sun, but the op ...
Underwood Dudley... ow) involve tools not permitted in the classical problem. The mathematicianhas detailed some of these failed attempts in his book The Trisectors
Piero SraffaInspired by, a new strand of trade theory emerged and was named neo-Ricardian trade t ...
Aleksander WolszczanOn 21 April 1992, radio astronomersand Dale Frail announced the discovery of two planets orbiting the pulsar ...
Benjamin Franklin... at is at Pasco, which is also the county's largest city. It was named after
Alexander Hamilton... t Morris declined this office; thus the first Secretary of the Treasury was, who was appointed at Morris's suggestion. Morris had held a similar posi ...
Manindra Agrawal... whether a given number is prime. However, in the 2002 paper PRIMES is in P,and his students Neeraj Kayal and Nitin Saxena found a deterministic polyn ...
Hirohito... ntentions on issues of utmost importance to the Japanese, including whetherwas to be regarded as one of those who had "misled the people of Japan" or ...
Jābir ibn Hayyān... s in Southwest Asia existed by the 8th century, at which time the alchemist, in Kitab al-Durra al-Maknuna, gave 46 recipes for producing coloured gla ...
Karl Marx... a hypothetical socialist economy is a contested issue. Socialists including, Robert Owen and Pierre-Joseph Proudhon advocated various forms of labour ...
Charles-Augustin de Coulomb... other. These phenomena were investigated in the late eighteenth century by, who deduced that charge manifests itself in two opposing forms. This dis ...
Johannes OporinusIn 1543, Vesalius askedto help publish the seven-volume De humani corporis fabrica (On the fabric ...
Ricardo Maduro... H won 55. The PLH candidate Rafael Pineda was defeated by the PNH candidate, who took office in January 2002. Maduro administration emphasized on sto ...
Isaac Newton... f I have seen further it is [only] by standing on the shoulders of giants."
George Romanes... about whether natural selection alone was sufficient to explain speciation,coined the term neo-Darwinism to refer to the version of evolution advocat ...
Dale FrailOn 21 April 1992, radio astronomers Aleksander Wolszczan andannounced the discovery of two planets orbiting the pulsar PSR 1257+12. Th ...
Luigi Canina... ich were redecorated in an opulent Italianate style in the Victorian era by
René Thom... Oscar Lanford III, Laurent Lafforgue, Maxim Kontsevich, Dennis Sullivan and. The long-term visitors are Christophe Breuil, Dirk Kreimer, Ofer Gabber ...
MaxwellThe original derivation byassumed all three directions would behave in the same fashion, but a later ...
Osborne ReynoldsIn a classic set of experiments, the Englishman(1842–1912) of the University of Manchester demonstrated that the airflow ...
Theodor V. Ionescu... r was the first show boosted hydrogen device built and tested by physicistsand Vasile Mihu in 1946. Independently, Charles H. Townes, J. P. Gordon, a ...
PlatoSuch practices are presumably very ancient.wrote in his Phaedrus that the "first prophecies were the words of an oak" ...
Charles Darwin... owed the work on the structure and distribution of coral reefs conducted byin the Pacific. Drilling occurred in 1896, 1897 and 1911. Professor Edgewo ...
Arthur Robert Hinks... ustus Young. From 1903 to 1905, he worked at the Cambridge Observatory withas a research assistant of the Carnegie Institution and came under the str ...
Heraclitus... ociated with that of the Logos, which had originated centuries earlier with(ca. 535–475 BC). The Logos pervades the cosmos, whereby all thoughts and ...
Stéphane Dion... he proposed coalition ending up came to nothing, as outgoing Liberal leaderwas immediately forced out and replaced by Michael Ignatieff, who quickly ...
Bernhard Neumann... phism) only countably many finitely generated recursively presented groups.has shown that there are uncountably many non-isomorphic two generator gro ...
Louis PasteurIn the late 19th century,, an organic chemist, discovered that microorganisms can cause disease. A ...
Linus Pauling... francium would almost certainly be a liquid if enough were to be produced.estimated the electronegativity of francium at 0.7 on the Pauling scale, t ...
Maxim Kontsevich... khail Gromov, Alexandre Grothendieck, Oscar Lanford III, Laurent Lafforgue,, Dennis Sullivan and René Thom. The long-term visitors are Christophe Bre ...
Buckminster Fuller... voluntary groupings to form the institutions and social forms they prefer.presented a theoretical basis for technological utopianism and set out to ...
John Rock... ls had to be conducted. These were initiated on infertility patients of Dr.in Brookline, Massachusetts using progesterone in 1953 and then three diff ...
Joseph Henry... is termed the inductance. The unit of inductance is the henry, named after, a contemporary of Faraday. One henry is the inductance that will induce ...
Walter O. SnellingPropane was first identified as a volatile component in gasoline byof the U.S. Bureau of Mines in 1910. The volatility of these lighter hydro ...
Stephen Jay GouldOthers, such as, reject the notion that genetic entities are subject to anything other th ...
Alexander Wetmore#, 1944–195
Al-Jahiz... Satire was introduced into Arabic prose literature by the Afro-Arab authorin the 9th century. While dealing with serious topics in what are now know ...
David Hume... will, desire, or inclination to do." In articulating this crucial proviso,writes, "this hypothetical liberty is universally allowed to belong to eve ...
Charles Greeley Abbot#, 1928–194
Alexander Prokhorov... ples describing the operation of a maser was described by Nikolay Basov andfrom Lebedev Institute of Physics at an All-Union Conference on Radio-Spec ...
Humphry DavySince the discovery of potassium by, it had been assumed that alumina, the basis of clay, contained a metal i ...
Richard DawkinsIn The Selfish Gene, authorasserts the gene is the only true unit of selection. (Dawkins also attempt ...
René Descartes... led anatomical study resumed, combined with the theoretical speculations ofand those who followed him. Descartes, like Galen, thought of the nervous ...
Kitty Pryde... al and rebuilding of the original X-Mansion by Wolverine, with support from, Iceman, and Beast. Enrollment in The Jean Grey School for Higher Learnin ...
Niklaus Wirth... . The compiler itself was largely inspired by the "Tiny Pascal" compiler in's "Algorithms + Data Structures = Programs", one of the most influential ...
Charles Doolittle Walcott#, 1907–192
Laurent Lafforgue... Pierre Deligne, Mikhail Gromov, Alexandre Grothendieck, Oscar Lanford III,, Maxim Kontsevich, Dennis Sullivan and René Thom. The long-term visitors ...
John Gorton, Prime Minister of Australia from 1968–1971, initiated several forms of g ...
Samuel Pierpont Langley#, 1887–190
Aristotle... 0), or 'New Method', and was supposed to replace the methods put forward in's Organon. This method was influential upon the development of scientific ...
Morgagni... animals). His very innovative work may be viewed as sitting between that ofwhose work Virchow studied, and that of Paul Ehrlich, who studied at the C ...
Isaac Newton... he advised proceeding by this method (building a case from the ground up)., a noted Baconian, used such principles in the Philosophy section of his ...
Manfred R. Schroeder... stic masking codec was first proposed in 1979, apparently independently, by, et al. from AT&T-Bell Labs in Murray Hill, NJ, and M. A. Krasner both in ...
Grover KrantzBigfoot proponentsand Geoffrey Bourne believe that Bigfoot could be a relict population of G ...
Aristotle... ovement, combining the classical concepts of perfect societies of Plato andwith Roman rhetorical finesse (cf. Cicero, Quintilian, epideictic oratory) ...
George Darwin... ssistant of the Carnegie Institution and came under the strong influence of
Graham Higman... ly presented groups that cannot be finitely presented. However a theorem ofstates that a finitely generated group has a recursive presentation if and ...
Max BornIn 1924, Fermi spent a semester at the University of Göttingen with, and then stayed for a few months in Leiden with Paul Ehrenfest. From Jan ...
G. Wayne Clough#, 2008
Wassily Leontief... H-O model, such as the Leontief paradox, were exposed in empirical tests bywho found that the United States tended to export labor-intensive goods de ...
John Flamsteed... This method of designating stars first appeared in a preliminary version of's Historia Coelestis Britannica which was published by Edmond Halley and ...
Richard Borshay Lee... ts Theodor Adorno and Herbert Marcuse; anthropologists Marshall Sahlins and; and others such as Lewis Mumford, Jean Baudrillard and Gary Snyder. Many ...
Jim MarrsIn a 2004 documentary titled The Secret of Redgate by Lynda J. Cowen and, a number of Deer Lodge residents explain about their experiences with ex ...
AristotleThe terms "comedy" and "satire" became synonymous after's Poetics was translated into Arabic in the medieval Islamic world, where ...
Stéphane Dion... for the event, and urged the Liberals to emerge united from the convention.was elected Liberal leader from a field of eight candidates
James Clerk Maxwell... axwell's equations are named after the Scottish physicist and mathematician, since in an early form they are all found in a four-part paper, "On Phys ...
Jim Cairns... also rose significantly. Unease within the ALP led to Barnard's defeat whenchallenged him for his deputy leadership. Whitlam gave little help to his ...
Luigi Galvani... understanding of nervous function, though, came from the investigations of, who discovered that a shock of static electricity applied to an exposed ...
Aleksandr Khinchinthen, as the Russian mathematicianproved in 1934, the limit as n tends to infinity of the geometric mean: (a ...
Alvin Liberman... of speech in the form of a spectrogram back into sound. Using this device,and colleagues were able to discover acoustic cues for the perception of p ...
Thomas Mun... ematic and coherent explanation of balance of trade was made public through's c.1630 "England's treasure by forraign trade, or, The balance of our fo ...
Aristotle... nt, begetting lines, etc. This was also clarified in the writings of Plato,and Plotinus. This teaching being largely Neopythagorean via Numenius as w ...
Plato... aissance movement, combining the classical concepts of perfect societies ofand Aristotle with Roman rhetorical finesse (cf. Cicero, Quintilian, epide ...
Sidney Dillon Ripley#, 1964–198
René Lemarchand... e the airport while the Burundi army moved into the countryside. Africanistnotes, "What followed was not so much a repression as a hideous slaughter ...
Émile Borel... loped in successive stages during the late 19th and early 20th centuries by, Henri Lebesgue, Johann Radon and Maurice Fréchet, among others. The main ...
Pierre DeligneJean Bourgain, Alain Connes,, Mikhail Gromov, Alexandre Grothendieck, Oscar Lanford III, Laurent Laffo ...
Henry Fonda... ted in Life Magazine in 1953. This was the only film of Hitchcock's to star. Fonda plays a Stork Club musician mistaken for a liquor store thief who ...
Landon Curt NollThe IOCCC was started byand Larry Bassel in 1984 while employed at National Semiconductor's Genix ...
Buckminster Fuller... ean O'Brien, and Harold Kroto at Rice University. The name was an homage to, whose geodesic domes it resembles. The structure was also identified som ...
Marshall Sahlins... ankfurt School Marxists Theodor Adorno and Herbert Marcuse; anthropologistsand Richard Borshay Lee; and others such as Lewis Mumford, Jean Baudrillar ...
Leonard Carmichael#, 1953–196
PtolemyThe earliest mention of the Geats may appear in(2nd century A.D.), where they are referred to as Goutai. In the 6th centu ...
Dr. Samuel Johnson... as Mrs. Miggins. The series features rotten boroughs (or "robber buttons"),(played by Robbie Coltrane), William Pitt the Younger (Simon Osborne), the ...
Mary EverestIn 1855 he married(niece of George Everest), who later wrote several educational works on he ...
Lagrange... tional symbols. The formal algebraic manipulation of series investigated byand Laplace in the 1770s has been put in the form of operator equalities b ...
Sumio Iijima... it resembles. The structure was also identified some five years earlier by, from an electron microscope image, where it formed the core of a "bucky ...
Alain ConnesJean Bourgain,, Pierre Deligne, Mikhail Gromov, Alexandre Grothendieck, Oscar Lanford II ...
Plato... the point, begetting lines, etc. This was also clarified in the writings of, Aristotle and Plotinus. This teaching being largely Neopythagorean via N ...
Edmond Halley... on of John Flamsteed's Historia Coelestis Britannica which was published byand Isaac Newton in 1712 without Flamsteed's approval. The final version o ...
John Maynard Smith... ent in the 1930s and 1940s. The work of W. D. Hamilton, George C. Williams,and others led to the development of a gene-centered view of evolution in ...
Herbert Marcuse... works of theorists such as the Frankfurt School Marxists Theodor Adorno and; anthropologists Marshall Sahlins and Richard Borshay Lee; and others suc ...
Ejnar Hertzsprung... er 25, 1877 – February 18, 1957) was an American astronomer who, along with, developed the Hertzsprung–Russell diagram (1910). In 1923, working with ...
Platois one of Gorgias’ greatest critics. Plato’s dislike for sophistic doctrin ...
Heinrich Limpricht... students who became notable chemists. Among them were Georg Ludwig Carius,, Rudolph Fittig, Adolph Wilhelm Hermann Kolbe, Albert Niemann, and Vojtěc ...
Enrico Barone... and the coordination of production and distribution through state planning.provided a comprehensive theoretical framework for a planned socialist eco ...
Nikolay Basov... theoretical principles describing the operation of a maser was described byand Alexander Prokhorov from Lebedev Institute of Physics at an All-Union ...
Alexander Hamilton... d 10 percent, depending on the value of the item. Secretary of the Treasurywas anxious to establish the tariff as a regular source of government reve ...
Pierre Schaeffer... rake drums, flower pots, gongs, and more. In Europe, during the late 1940s,coined the term musique concrète to refer to the peculiar nature of sounds ...
Jean Bourgain... mathematicians who were or are now permanent professors at the IHÉS include, Alain Connes, Pierre Deligne, Mikhail Gromov, Alexandre Grothendieck, Os ...
Charles François Antoine Morren... local species of Melipona bee. It was not until 1837 that Belgian botanistdiscovered this fact and pioneered a method of artificially pollinating th ...
Donald Johanson... nd The Making of Mankind (1981). Leakey had an open scientific rivalry withduring the 1980s
Thomas Kuhn... e their skills by observing a master. His writings about science influencedand Paul Feyerabend, although he denies that "indwelling" within (sometime ...
Walter Isard... round Railroad. In 1956, the Thornfield house was purchased by Caroline and, active Quakers who moved to the area when Walter founded the Regional Sc ...
Bertil Ohlin... oportions theory was developed by two Swedish economists, Eli Heckscher and. This theory is therefore called the Heckscher-Ohlin theory (H-O theory). ...
Jean Pierre Mégnin... davres (Fauna of the Cadaver, 1894) by French veterinarian and entomologist. These works made the concept of the process of insect ecological success ...
Charles Jean de la Vallée-Poussin... constant is a recurring constant in number theory. The French mathematicianproved in 1898 that when taking any positive integer n and dividing it by ...
Charles Augustus Young... rsity, obtaining his B.A. in 1897 and his doctorate in 1899, studying under. From 1903 to 1905, he worked at the Cambridge Observatory with Arthur Ro ...
Georg Ludwig CariusWöhler had several students who became notable chemists. Among them were, Heinrich Limpricht, Rudolph Fittig, Adolph Wilhelm Hermann Kolbe, Albert ...
Avicenna... Islamic philosophers and writers, such as Abu Bischr, his pupil Al-Farabi,, and Averroes. Due to cultural differences, they disassociated comedy fro ...
W. D. Hamilton... refined after the initial establishment in the 1930s and 1940s. The work of, George C. Williams, John Maynard Smith and others led to the development ...
Isaac Newton... ed's Historia Coelestis Britannica which was published by Edmond Halley andin 1712 without Flamsteed's approval. The final version of Flamsteed's cat ...
Juha Pentikäinen... the folklore of the community, which provides a "mythological mental map".uses the concept "grammar of mind". Linking to a Sami example, Kathleen Os ...
Jean-Pierre Bourguignon... Motchane (1958–71), Nicolaas Kuiper (1971–85), Marcel Berger (1985–94) and(1994–present)
James George Frazer... the Gunpowder Plot—or the colonial and agrarian mythos of Joseph Conrad and, which, at least for reasons of textual history, echo in The Waste Land. ...
Dr. Jeong KimIn 2005,, former President of Lucent's Optical Network Group, returned from academ ...
George C. Williams... e initial establishment in the 1930s and 1940s. The work of W. D. Hamilton,, John Maynard Smith and others led to the development of a gene-centered ...
Adam Smith... f free trade, was elected for the first time. Peel had studied the works of, David Hume and Ricardo and proclaimed during 1839: "I have read all that ...
Eli Heckscher... y called factor proportions theory was developed by two Swedish economists,and Bertil Ohlin. This theory is therefore called the Heckscher-Ohlin theo ...
Thomas Jefferson... passed by the U.S. Congress 1806–1808, during the second term of President. Britain and France were engaged in a major war; the U.S. wanted to remai ...
Aldous Huxley... the classics The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood and Brave New World, by
Richard Stallman... ge of software, having started in 1984, the author having collaborated with, pre-GNU
Averroes... sophers and writers, such as Abu Bischr, his pupil Al-Farabi, Avicenna, and. Due to cultural differences, they disassociated comedy from Greek dramat ...
Guy ConsolmagnoAnd on 5 March 2009, Jesuit Brother, another astronomer working at the Vatican Observatory, told the BBC, in ...
Stanley Bruce... Nationalists who had been expelled for crossing the floor and bringing down's Nationalist government in 1929), merged to form the UAP. Lyons was chos ...
Neil Shubin... fusion is apparent for the non-specialist in the book "Your Inner Fish", by, who describes the origin of teeth in chapter 4. In this chapter, the aut ...
Adam Smith... nomist Frederick Hayek, although the concept can be traced back to at least. Unlike Hayek however Polanyi argues that there are higher and lower form ...
Irving Fisher... in The Time Machine and Wells's eugenic beliefs. For example, the economistsaid in a 1912 address to the Eugenics Research Association: "The Nordic r ...
Svante Arrhenius... ft für physikalische Chemie ("Journal of Physical Chemistry"). He worked on's theory of the dissociation of electrolytes and in 1889 provided physica ...
Joseph StiglitzNobel Prize-winning economisthas also argued that the Act helped to create the crisis. An article in th ...
Tullio Levi-Civita... d tensor calculus, a mathematical instrument invented by Gregorio Ricci and, and needed to demonstrate the principles of general relativity. Between ...
Albert Hibbs... " an idea which he credited in the essay to his friend and graduate student. This concept involved building a tiny, swallowable surgical robot by dev ...
J. R. R. Tolkien... ne's College in Oxford, where she attended lectures by both C. S. Lewis andbefore graduating in 1956. In the same year she married John Burrow, a sch ...
Adam Smithdisplays trade taking place on the basis of countries exercising absolute ...
Alexander Afanasyev... eglect of cross-cultural influence. Among those influenced were the Russian, the Norwegians Peter Christen Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Moe, and the English ...
Roger Bacon... our fallacies are sometimes compared to a similar list in the first part of's Opus Majus which, although it was much older, had not been printed in B ...
G. Ledyard StebbinsThe botanistwas another major contributor to the synthesis. His major work, Variation ...
ChrysippusThe Stoicsaid that a single uncaused cause could destroy the universe (cosmos)
Henry A. Rowland... ally known luminaries such as the biologist H. Newell Martin; the physicist(the first president of the American Physical Society), the classical scho ...
Jan Swammerdam... tory, Christopher Wren observed that many shells form a logarithmic spiral.observed the common mathematical characteristics of a wide range of shells ...
Isaac Newton... ied in 1641 at the age of twenty-three. Flamsteed was greatly impressed (ashad been) by the work of Horrocks
Gerardo Reichel-Dolmatoff... nd concepts of "energy" flowing between people and animals in cyclic paths.relates these concepts to developments in the ways that modern science (sy ...
Wolfgang von Kempelen... as followed by the bellows-operated "acoustic-mechanical speech machine" byof Pressburg, Hungary, described in a 1791 paper. This machine added model ...
Christopher WrenThe study of spirals in nature have a long history,observed that many shells form a logarithmic spiral. Jan Swammerdam observ ...
Mahmud al-Kashgari... inguistic groups. In the eleventh century, the renowned Muslim Turk scholardescribed the language of the Oghuz and Turkmen as distinct from that of o ...
Margaret Thatcher... e continues to have many legions of loyal fans, including ex-Prime Minister. The Thick Of It is a similar BBC television series that has been called ...
Santiago Ramón y Cajal... In the hands of Camillo Golgi, and especially of the Spanish neuroanatomist, the new stain revealed hundreds of distinct types of neurons, each with ...
Francis Galton... believed in the theory of eugenics. In 1904 he discussed a survey paper by, co-founder of eugenics, saying "I believe ... It is in the sterilisation ...
Dorothy Kilgallen... Russell disguised her voice. Her voice however, was so well disguised thatwas convinced that the Mystery Guest was a man. After Russell's identity w ...
Israelis of Toledothan in Western Europe, where thehad lon
Heraclides Ponticus... unfortunately has not survived. His disciples Dicaearchus, Aristoxenus, andhad written on the same subject. These writers, late as they are, were amo ...
Alfred Marshall... as found support in notable classical and neoclassical economists including, John Stuart Mill and Jaroslav Vanek. There are numerous variations of se ...
Lewis WolpertSheldrake has entered into a scientific wager with fellow biologiston the importance of DNA in the developing organism. Wolpert bet Sheldrake ...
Richard Goldschmidt... idge University in England to the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Biology within Berlin where he performed research. He became an instructor in general ...
Paul Craig Roberts... around an economy, and in a monetarist Keynesian analysis that according towas thirty years ahead of its time, he rejected the claim that economies s ...
Nicolaas KuiperThe Directors of the IHÉS in chronological order: Léon Motchane (1958–71),(1971–85), Marcel Berger (1985–94) and Jean-Pierre Bourguignon (1994–prese ...
Ota Šik... used further disquiet. In October 1967, a number of reformers, most notablyand Alexander Dubček, took action: they challenged First Secretary Antonín ...
Grover Krantz... een human, Gigantopithecus and Meganthropus skulls (reconstructions made by) in episodes 131 and 132 of the Bigfoot Discovery Museum Show. He favorab ...
Martin Heisenberg... r Holly Compton, Karl Popper, Henry Margenau, Robert Kane, Alfred Mele, and
Georg Ohm... e known as 'ohmic'. The ohm, the unit of resistance, was named in honour of, and is symbolised by the Greek letter Ω. 1 Ω is the resistance that will ...
Timothy Leary... murder, he jumped bail to flee to Cuba and later went to Algeria. Following's Weather Underground assisted prison escape, Leary stayed with Cleaver i ...
Tobias Mayer’s... employed at the Greenwich Observatory, Mason became familiar with ProfessorTables of the Moon. The Lunar Tables were designed to solve the problem of ...
Margaret Thatcher... oss-border co-operation were discussed with the new British Prime Minister,. These discussions led Síle de Valera, a backbench TD, to directly challe ...
Daniel Jackson... ins a suicidal mission through the Stargate with a couple of airmen and Dr.who deciphers the Stargate. They are transported to another planet where O ...
Walther Funk... ent, in spite of growing deficits. Schacht resigned on 8 December 1937, andtook over the position, as well as control of the Reichsbank. In this way ...
Friedrich Hirzebruch... ntific research institutes in Germany. The institute was founded in 1980 by
Adolf Zeising., whose main interests were mathematics and philosophy, found the golden r ...
Paul Émile de Puydt... hy" was invented and the concept proposed by a Belgian political economist,in an article called "Panarchy" published in 1860. The word "panarchy" has ...
Robert Curl... ake, buckminsterfullerene (C 60 ), was prepared in 1985 by Richard Smalley,, James Heath, Sean O'Brien, and Harold Kroto at Rice University. The name ...
Michael Faraday... herefore the capacitance. The unit of capacitance is the farad, named after, and given the symbol F: one farad is the capacitance that develops a pot ...
Doering... sed of C=C bonds would show aromatic properties was first stated clearly byin a 1951 article on tropolone. Tropolone had been recognised as an aromat ...
Alexander Graham Bell... ell Laboratory and the Volta Laboratory, was created in Washington, D.C. by
Carl Jung... oposed as the theory of the collective unconscious by renowned psychiatrist. According to Sheldrake, the theory of "morphic fields" might provide an ...
David Cope(1997) suggests the concept of interval strength, in which an interval's s ...
David Eagleman... tic ratio, computed using quantum electrodynamics. Also, the neuroscientistnoted tha
Jim Cairns... the sacking of two senior ministers, Rex Connor and Deputy Prime Minister,. The Liberal Opposition Leader, Malcolm Fraser, decided to use the Senate ...
Chaim Weizmann... n the Anglo-American Committee had made him sympathetic to Zionism, visitedshortly after the attack. Weizmann's ambivalence towards Zionist violence ...
John Desmond Bernal... acking of the State. Demands in Britain, amongst people such as the Marxist, for centrally planned scientific research, led Polanyi to argue that sci ...
Henry Margenau... ned this idea, including Henri Poincaré, Arthur Holly Compton, Karl Popper,, Robert Kane, Alfred Mele, and Martin Heisenberg
Alfred Marshall... Cambridge after receiving a scholarship for this also to study mathematics.begged Keynes to become an economist
Aldous Huxley... l. All classes of men and women are defined by the colours they wear (as in's dystopia Brave New World), drawing on color symbolism and psychology. A ...
Richard Smalley... he family's namesake, buckminsterfullerene (C 60 ), was prepared in 1985 by, Robert Curl, James Heath, Sean O'Brien, and Harold Kroto at Rice Univers ...
Martin GardnerNot all accusations of bias are political. Science writerhas accused the entertainment media of anti-science bias. He claims that t ...
Howard Zinn... in the U.S. civil rights movement in part due to the influence of activist, who was one of her professors at Spelman College. Continuing the activis ...
Plato... ing both from the exact meaning of the original Greek term and its usage innist philosophy
Henri Poincaré... as Émile Zola, novelists Octave Mirbeau and Anatole France, mathematiciansand Jacques Hadamard, and Lucien Herr, librarian of the École Normale Supé ...
John Stuart Mill... in notable classical and neoclassical economists including Alfred Marshall,and Jaroslav Vanek. There are numerous variations of self-management, incl ...
Michael D. Swords... ad nothing to do with those early accounts. Similarly, Clark notes that Dr.has speculated that the Barker/Bender Men in Black case (occurring shortly ...
Dennis Sullivan... s at the IHÉS. René Thom was another prominent figure in its early history.is remembered as one who had a special talent for encouraging fruitful exc ...
Marguerite PereyFrancium was discovered byin France (from which the element takes its name) in 1939. It was the last ...
Tyler CowenBill Clinton, as well as economists Brad DeLong andhave all argued that the Gramm–Leach–Bliley Act softened the impact of the ...
René Thom... zing theories were a dominating feature of the first ten years at the IHÉS.was another prominent figure in its early history. Dennis Sullivan is reme ...
Camillo Golgi... bers, in which it is impossible to determine any structure. In the hands of, and especially of the Spanish neuroanatomist Santiago Ramón y Cajal, the ...
Isaac Newton... from Bacon's essay On Truth from his 1605 work The Advancement of Learning.was a noted Baconian—his famous quote hypotheses non fingo (I don't frame ...
Nicolaus CopernicusThe astronomerwas first to demonstrate to the world that the Earth is moving and the Sun ...
Israel Nathan Herstein... this position from 1946 until he retired in 1971. He was thesis adviser for
Rodolfo Lanciani... ainted on either side of the arch above the high altar. In the 19th centuryrecalled that at Christmas time the presepio included a carved and painted ...
Emanuel Tov... ion used by the earliest Christians) was only a poor translation, professor, senior editor of the Dead Sea Scrolls' publication, wrote that the Masor ...
Plato... ad, he studied at Heidelberg, Göttingen and Berlin. At Göttingen he studiedwith Arnold Heeren; history with Heeren and Gottlieb Jakob Planck; Arabic, ...
Spock... f in their performances as McCoy, Captain James T. Kirk and science officer, respectively. Nichelle Nichols, who played Uhura, referred to Kelley as ...
Jacques Hadamard... elists Octave Mirbeau and Anatole France, mathematicians Henri Poincaré and, and Lucien Herr, librarian of the École Normale Supérieure. Constantin M ...
Hadamard... lead to a proof of the prime number theorem. This outline was completed byand de la Vallée Poussin, who independently proved the prime number theore ...
Homer Dudley... ech into its fundamental tone and resonances. From his work on the vocoder,developed a manually keyboard-operated voice synthesizer called The Voder ...
Adelbert von Chamissomight have consulted with a native speaker of Hawaiian in Berlin, Germany, ...
Jaroslav Vanek... and neoclassical economists including Alfred Marshall, John Stuart Mill and. There are numerous variations of self-management, including labour-manag ...
George Gaylord Simpson... s writings contributed to the rapid acceptance of the synthesis in Germany.was responsible for showing that the modern synthesis was compatible with ...
Gough Whitlam... 1, initiated several forms of government support for film and the arts. Thegovernment continued to support Australian film and state governments also ...
Alan Kay... called Babelfish. In 1994, he moved to work at Apple Computer, reporting to, where he developed the Meta Content Framework (MCF) format. In 1997 he j ...
Karl Popper... ve since refined this idea, including Henri Poincaré, Arthur Holly Compton,, Henry Margenau, Robert Kane, Alfred Mele, and Martin Heisenberg
Jonathan Crane... ff members Dr. Harleen Quinzel, Lyle Bolton and, in some incarnations, Drs.and Hugo Strange, have gone insane themselves
Francesco Faà di Bruno... aà di Bruno's formula appears, 55 years before the first published paper ofon that topic
Edward Bromhead... s Institute, the Lincoln Mechanics' Institution, which was founded in 1833., who knew John Boole through the Institution, helped George Boole with ma ...
George Bernard Shaw... Aeschylus to be recovered from the underworld; In Sondheim and Shevelove's,faces William Shakespeare
Rupert Murdoch... he Age to remain competitive. By the 1980s a new competitor had appeared in's national daily The Australian. In 1999 David Syme and Co. became The Ag ...
Albert Gallatin... inst him two-thirds of the time, leaving almost half as fairly independent.recalled only two caucuses on legislative policy between 1795 and 1801, on ...
Abraham Sharp... e done both him and Dr. Halley a great kindness," he wrote to his assistant
Jean Dieudonné... athematical physicist Léon Motchane with the help of Robert Oppenheimer and, aims to bring together top researchers in the field. It has a small numb ...
Tim Bray... rk (MCF) format. In 1997 he joined Netscape Corporation where together with, he created a new version of MCF that used the XML language and which bec ...
Max Mathews... (vocoder) recreated the song "Daisy Bell", with musical accompaniment from. Coincidentally, Arthur C. Clarke was visiting his friend and colleague J ...
Adam Smith... the late 18th century, especially in England, in light of the arguments ofand the classical economists. The repeal of the Corn Laws by Robert Peel s ...
Joel Fuhrman... ounts of food, the health of such methods is questionable, according to Dr.. A true fast, he contends, consists of an intake solely of water, and can ...
Charles François Antoine MorrenIn 1836, botanistwas drinking coffee on a patio in Papantla (in Veracruz, Mexico) and notic ...
George Wald, Haldan Keffer Hartline and Ragnar Granit won the 1967 Nobel Prize in Phy ...
Irving Fisher... n mainstream neo-classical economics, NPV was formalized and popularized by, in his 1907 The Rate of Interest and became included in textbooks from t ...
Isaac Todhunter... es of the Royal Society and the British Museum; but it was left incomplete.printed the manuscripts in 1865, in a supplementary volume
Christopher Longuet-Higgins... he same year. The credit for explaining such biradicals is usually given toin 1950
Henri Poincaré... ween those who supported Dreyfus (the Dreyfusards), such as Anatole France,and Georges Clemenceau, and those who condemned him (the anti-Dreyfusards) ...
Hypatia... as c. 414, because he appears to have been unaware of the violent death of
Heraclitus... άγος); the Zoroastrian astrologer priests. Greek mágos is first attested in(6th century BC, apud. Clement Protrepticus 12) who curses the Magians and ...
Dicaearchus... the words of Cicero), was ascribed to Aristoxenus (fr. 118-121 Wehrli) and. This theory is comparable to the one offered by Simmias in Plato's Phaed ...
Milton Berle... sy at the 1993 MTV Video Music Awards when he presented an award with actor, who performed an altogether different type of drag early in his career. ...
Plato... res Atticae (1838–1850); with Orelli and Winckelmann, a critical edition of(1839–1842), which marked a distinct advance in the text, two new manuscri ...
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Leibniz... e to deny all that Cardan affirms and to affirm all that Cardan denies. Yetand Sir William Hamilton recognize him as the best modern exponent of the ...
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Joseph HenryThough the Smithsonian's first Secretary,, wanted the Institution to be a center for scientific research, before lo ...
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Wolfgang Paul... ms were closed in 2007. In 1983 the new science library was opened. In 1989was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics. Three years later Reinhard Selten ...
Joseph Banks... inking the Pacific and southern Indian Ocean. Governor Hunter thus wrote toin August 1797 that it seemed certain a strait existed
Claude Bernard... al environment of its body—the milieu intérieur, as pioneering physiologistcalled it—is known as homeostasis (Greek for "standing still"). Maintainin ...
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Dewar... icle on tropolone. Tropolone had been recognised as an aromatic molecule byin 1945
James Clerk Maxwell... electromagnetic wave. Electromagnetic waves were analysed theoretically byin 1864. Maxwell developed a set of equations that could unambiguously des ...
Richard Karp... at there exist practically relevant problems that are NP-complete. In 1972,took this idea a leap forward with his landmark paper, "Reducibility Among ...
Albert Einstein... The actor says that he based his character on Elia Kazan, Jacques Cousteau,, Leonardo Da Vinci, and Adam Ant
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Arthur C. Clarke... "Daisy Bell", with musical accompaniment from Max Mathews. Coincidentally,was visiting his friend and colleague John Pierce at the Bell Labs Murray ...
Rudolf Kohlrausch... fore Maxwell's equations, in an 1855 experiment by Wilhelm Eduard Weber and. They charged a leyden jar (a kind of capacitor), and measured the electr ...
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Zuse... ame an expert about the first computers of the University of Ljubljana, theZ-23 and its successor the IBM 1130. Later on he participated in the devel ...
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Theodor Schwann... nown scientific contribution is his cell theory, which built on the work of. He is cited as the first to recognize leukemia cells. He was one of the ...
Henry Clifton Sorby... pic and macroscopic properties using metallography, a technique invented by. In metallography, an alloy of interest is ground flat and polished to a ...
Pat Devine... work less. A contemporary model for a self-managed, non-market socialism is's model of negotiated coordination. Negotiated coordination is based upon ...
R.A. Fisher... was appointed assistant statistician at Rothamsted Experimental Station by. In 1933 he became head of statistics when Fisher went to University Coll ...
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Franco Rasetti... t the Scuola Normale Superiore, Fermi teamed up with a fellow student namedwith whom he would indulge in light-hearted pranks and who would later bec ...
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Angela MerkelOn November 9, 2009, Chancellor of Germany,, walked through Brandenburg Gate with Russia’s Mikhail Gorbachev and Pola ...
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Philip Miller... he word vanilla entered the English language in the 1754, when the botanistwrote about the genus in his Gardener’s Dictionary. Vainilla is from the d ...
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John G. Kemeny... from Dartmouth BASIC — the original BASIC — invented by college professorsand Thomas E. Kurtz
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Luigi PucciantiIn Pisa, Fermi was advised by the director of the physics laboratory,, who acknowledged that there was little that he could teach Fermi, and fr ...
Charles Berlitz... alyst Immanuel Velikovsky, Erich von Däniken, linguist and language teacher, Johannes Lang, inventor an
Kaj Linderstrøm-Lang... ork by Walter Kauzmann on denaturation, based partly on previous studies by, contributed an understanding of protein folding and structure mediated b ...
Mary Pickford... n honeymoon in Paris in 1920, he offered him star billing with his new wife, but Chevalier doubted his own talent for silent movies (his previous one ...
Horst Störmer... ogy was patented. In 1982, Fractional quantum Hall effect was discovered byand former Bell Laboratories researchers Robert B. Laughlin and Daniel C. ...
Murray Rothbard... n be produced by the free market. This differs from the version proposed by, where a legal code would first be consented to by the parties involved i ...
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Russell Impagliazzo... that the exponential-time hierarchy is usually conjectured not to collapse.and Avi Wigderson showed that if any problem in E, where \textrm{E}=\textr ...
Goethe... he late 16th century Faust chapbooks. In the 1725 version which was read by, Mephostophiles is a devil in the form of a greyfriar summoned by Faust i ...
Torsten Wiesel... makes them function as "bug perceivers". A few years later David Hubel anddiscovered cells in the primary visual cortex of monkeys that become activ ...
Johann Carl Fuhlrott... of endoheretics are ship's doctor Robert Mayer, brewer James Joule, teacher, Augustinian friar Gregor Mendel, meteorologist Alfred Wegener, architect ...
Karl Marx... resent value as a valuation methodology dates at least to the 19th century.refers to NPV as fictitious capital, and the calculation as capitalising, ...
Theophrastus... aped insults on Aristotle after his death, because Aristotle had designatedas the next head of the Peripatetic school, a position which Aristoxenus h ...
Augustus De Morgan... rted the theory of "quantification of the predicate", and Boole's supporterwho advanced a version of De Morgan duality, as it is now called. Boole's ...
Oscar Lanford III... gain, Alain Connes, Pierre Deligne, Mikhail Gromov, Alexandre Grothendieck,, Laurent Lafforgue, Maxim Kontsevich, Dennis Sullivan and René Thom. The ...
Hypatia... ascinating interest. His scientific interests are attested by his letter to, in which occurs the earliest known reference to a hydrometer, and by a w ...
Robert Remak... to recognize leukemia cells. He was one of the first to accept the work of, who showed that the origins of cells was the division of preexisting cel ...
Kelly Miller... was a decisive factor in enrolling Hopkins' first African-American student,, a graduate student in physics, astronomy and mathematics, and in admitti ...
James Van Allen... alone, while a cone would have properties that varied with its orientation.of the University of Iowa proposed a cylindrical satellite, which became E ...
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Martin Neil Baily... gence James Woolsey and former chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers, have seen their children graduate from CC in recent years. The distingui ...
Jean Pierre MégninAccording to's book La Faune des Cadavres there are eight distinct faunal successions ...
Condoleezza Rice... ng at the State Department at the personal invitation of Secretary of State, to wide acclaim. Most recently, the Morgan State University Choir perfor ...
Reinhard Selten... 989 Wolfgang Paul was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics. Three years laterwas awarded the Nobel Prize in Economics. The decision of the German gover ...
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Edward Bernard... accompanied by his tutor. Bentley soon met Dr John Mill, Humphrey Hody, and. Here he studied the manuscripts of the Bodleian, Corpus Christi and othe ...
Raymond Smith DuganHe co-wrote an influential two-volume textbook in 1927 withand John Quincy Stewart: Astronomy: A Revision of Young’s Manual of Astron ...
Thomas Mun... establishing the English mercantilist system include Gerard de Malynes and, who first articulated the Elizabethan System, which in turn was then dev ...
Doris Day... 1934 film The Man Who Knew Too Much in 1956, this time starring Stewart and, who sang the theme song, "Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be)", w ...
Michael FaradayThe phenomenon of electromagnetic induction was discovered independently byand Joseph Henry in 1831. However, Faraday was the first to publish the re ...
Haskell B. Curry... he untyped lambda calculus is called the Y combinator. It was discovered by, and is defined as
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François-Vincent Raspail... like it."), which he published in 1858. (The epigram was actually coined bybut popularized by Virchow.) It is a rejection of the concept of spontaneo ...
Alfred North Whitehead... s: materialism (August Weismann), vitalism (Hans Driesch), and organicism (). Sheldrake describes his own hypothesis as fitting within the third trad ...
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Daniel Murphy... ecall if needed. One such system had been developed for the PDP-1 at MIT bybefore he joined BBN. Early DEC machines were based on an 18-bit word, all ...
Alfred Wegener... eacher Johann Carl Fuhlrott, Augustinian friar Gregor Mendel, meteorologist, architect Michael Ventris, physicist Rainer Kühne
William F. Albright... the scanty evidence scholars vary widely on what kind of a god Melqart was.in Archaeology and the Religion of Israel (Baltimore, 1953; pp. 81, 196) s ...
Alexander Downer... ext. Under the direction of Prime Minister John Howard and Foreign Minister, Australia then sent the text to the United Nations General Assembly in N ...
SpockMcCoy is someone to whom Kirk unburdens himself and is a foil to. He is Kirk's "friend, personal bartender, confidant, counselor and pries ...
Richard Dawkins... e use of the "out" metaphor. This campaign is endorsed by prominent atheist, who states "there is a big closet population of atheists who need to 'co ...
Howard Hawks... comedy in the classic screwball comedy His Girl Friday (1940), directed by. In the film, a reworking of Ben Hecht's story The Front Page, Russell pl ...
John Quincy Stewart... ote an influential two-volume textbook in 1927 with Raymond Smith Dugan and: Astronomy: A Revision of Young’s Manual of Astronomy (Ginn & Co., Boston ...
Michael Faraday... ons is always valid but more restrictive than that originally formulated by.
Mikhail GromovJean Bourgain, Alain Connes, Pierre Deligne,, Alexandre Grothendieck, Oscar Lanford III, Laurent Lafforgue, Maxim Kont ...
Murray Rothbard... trian School economist, libertarian theorist and anarcho-capitalist founder
Sainte Claire Deville... e best private collection of meteoric stones and irons existing. Wöhler anddiscovered the crystalline form of boron, and Wöhler and Heinrich Buff dis ...
Wright... efficient formula for primes. For example, Mills' theorem and a theorem ofassert that there are real constants A>1 and μ such tha
Tycho Brahe... his star catalogue, which would eventually triple the number of entries in's sky atlas. Unwilling to risk his reputation by releasing unverified dat ...
Gregory Chaitin... construction due to Argentine-American mathematician and computer scientist. Chaitin's constant, though not being computable, has been proven to be t ...
Robert Ridgway... f additional or alternative forms have been proposed, including saturata byin 1883, kamtschatica by Benedykt Dybowski in 1883, ambigua by Erwin Stres ...
August Weismann... that there are three historical approaches to morphogenesis: materialism (), vitalism (Hans Driesch), and organicism (Alfred North Whitehead). Sheld ...
Aristotle... us of Erythrae and Xenophilus the Pythagorean, he finally became a pupil of, whom he appears to have rivaled in the variety of his studies. According ...
Władysław Grabski... nomic calamities, but there were also signs of progress and stabilization ('s economically competent government lasted for almost two years). The ach ...
Peter Debye... orate, he became an assistant at Göttingen, but soon became an assistant toat Zürich. It was there that he and Debye developed their theory (the Deby ...
Andrey Kolmogorov... pplications of measures are in the foundations of the Lebesgue integral, in's axiomatisation of probability theory and in ergodic theory. In integrat ...
Kim BeazleyHe is also a long-time friend of former federal Labor Leader
Wilhelm Eduard Weber... was directly measured before Maxwell's equations, in an 1855 experiment byand Rudolf Kohlrausch. They charged a leyden jar (a kind of capacitor), an ...
Leonardo da VinciCesare Borgia briefly employedas military architect and engineer between 1502 and 1503. Cesare and Leona ...
Gordon Gould... er, but this was largely abandoned in favor of laser, coined by their rival. In modern usage, devices that emit in the X-ray through infrared portion ...
Oliver Stone... as a favor. The scene, known as the "Hun Brothers" scene, was described byas the best scene in the script. It was, however, cut from the final film ...
Josiah Child... culated the Elizabethan System, which in turn was then developed further by. Numerous French authors helped cement French policy around mercantilism ...
Carl JungThe Swiss Psychologistwrote a short Gnostic treatise in 1916 called The Seven Sermons to the Dea ...
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Francesco Redi... eved, for example, that maggots could spontaneously appear in decaying meat;carried out experiments which disproved this notion and coined the maxim ...
Franz Wilhelm Junghuhn... ssian origin, who became the artist that made Bali known to the world), and(owner of a big plantation in the south of Bandung and dubbed "the Humbold ...
David Ricardo... due to the decrease of purchasing power of landlords and farmers. However,believed in free trade so Britain could use its capital and population to ...
Augustus De Morgan... and refined by a number of writers, beginning with. William Stanley Jevons.had worked on the logic of relations, and Charles Sanders Peirce integrate ...
Alan Turing... king our tacit awareness. Contrary to the views of his colleague and friend, whose work at The University of Manchester prepared the way for the firs ...
Sydney Chapman... atmospheric dynamics, and co-authored the monograph Atmospheric Tides with
Martin ListerIn 1699 he published A Journey to London, after the method of Dr., who had published A Journey to Paris. And in 1700 he satirised the Royal ...
Jeffrey Meldrum... on claimed showed a juvenile Bigfoot were most likely of a bear with mange., on the other hand, said the limb proportions of the suspected juvenile i ...
Robert Duvall... directorial debut. The film is written by Lucas and Walter Murch. It starsand Donald Pleasence and depicts a dystopian future in which the populace ...
William Henry John Slee... and arrived in Melbourne in 1855 to join the gold rush, along with partner. Lawson's parents met at the goldfields of Pipeclay (now Eurunderee New S ...
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Isaac Bonewits... hand and contemporary traditions of indigenous folk religion on the other.introduces a terminology to make this distinction
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Joan Crawford... ring in several Kildare films. During this time, Ayres also co-starred withand James Stewart in The Ice Follies of 1939
Malcolm Fraser... in 1975 The Age returned to a more moderate liberal position. It supported's Liberal government in its early years, but after 1980 became increasing ...
Daniel Dennett"Modern compatibilists", such as Harry Frankfurt and, argue that there are cases where a coerced agent's choices are still fre ...
Erwin Stresemann... bert Ridgway in 1883, kamtschatica by Benedykt Dybowski in 1883, ambigua byand mandschurica by Wilhelm Meise in 1934. Given the uncertainties over th ...
Isaac Newton... fied data, he kept the incomplete records under seal at Greenwich. In 1712,, then President of the Royal Society, and Edmund Halley obtained the data ...
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Henri Lebesgue... essive stages during the late 19th and early 20th centuries by Émile Borel,, Johann Radon and Maurice Fréchet, among others. The main applications of ...
Charles Sanders Peirce... tanley Jevons. Augustus De Morgan had worked on the logic of relations, andintegrated his work with Boole's during the 1870s. Other significant figur ...
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Newton... h included) orbited the Sun, but the optics (and the specific mathematics –'s Law of Gravitation for example) necessary to provide data that would co ...
Wilhelm Meise... Benedykt Dybowski in 1883, ambigua by Erwin Stresemann and mandschurica byin 1934. Given the uncertainties over the validity of these forms
William McDougall'sIn support of his hypothesis, Sheldrake cites replications ofexperiment with rats in a water maze and Mae-Wan Ho's replication of CH Wa ...
Federico Cesi... ished in Rome in 1603, under Pope Clement VIII by the learned Roman Prince,(1585–1630) who was a young botanist and naturalist, and which claimed Gal ...
Sherburne F. CookOf the history of the indigenous population of California,(1896–1974) was the most painstakingly careful researcher. From decades of ...
Pier Paolo Pasolini... fter high school, Troisi wrote some poems inspired by his favourite author,, and, in 1969, started to play in a small local theatre together with som ...
Thomas TookeDuring 1820 the Merchants' Petition, written by, was presented to the Commons demanding free trade and an end to protecti ...
Santiago Ramón y Cajal... st somehow correspond to changes inside the brain. Theorists dating back toargued that the most plausible explanation is that learning and memory are ...
Hubert Dreyfus... are reducible to collections of rules. His work influenced the critique byof "First Generation" Artificial Intelligence
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Aristotle... fl. 335 BC) of Tarentum was a Greek Peripatetic philosopher, and a pupil of. Most of his writings, which dealt with philosophy, ethics and music, hav ...
Gough WhitlamPerkin's editorship coincided with's reforms of the Australian Labor Party, and The Age became a key support ...
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Jerome Cardan... n the De plantis attributed to Aristotle, and in 1557 his Exercitationes on's, De subtilitate. His other scientific works, commentaries on Theophrast ...
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Gough Whitlam... was due to retire as Governor-General in July 1974, and the Prime Minister,, needed to find a suitable replacement. His first choice, Ken Myer, decli ...
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Antoine Fourcroy... ed as a distinct class of biological molecules in the eighteenth century byand others, distinguished by the molecules' ability to coagulate or floccu ...
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Ryōji NoyoriThe prize was shared with William S. Knowles and
Frank K. Edmondson... ad four children. Their youngest daughter, Margaret, married the astronomerin the 1930s
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Roald Hoffmann... sigma and pi electrons, and has its origins in work by William Lipscomb andfor nonplanar molecules in 1962
David Hume... happen thereafter." This restated the Scottish Enlightenment concept whichhad put in 1777 as "all inferences from experience suppose ... that the fu ...
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FACTNet... against Arnaldo Lerma (Virginia), Lawrence Wollersheim and Robert Penny of(Colorado), and Dennis Erlich (California). Internationally, raids took pl ...
AratusLibra is a constellation not mentioned by Eudoxus or. In Roman mythology, Libra is considered to depict the scales held by Ast ...
Claude Lévi-Strauss... ings. However, another version depicts them with equality and identicality.argues that the former concept, that of twins representing opposites, is a ...
Joseph Louis Gay-LussacIn 1816, along with, he started the Annales de chimie et de physique, and in 1818 or 1819 he ...
Carl Friedrich Gauss... tism, which also drew upon theoretical work by German theoreticians such asand Wilhelm Weber. The encapsulation of heat in particulate motion, and th ...
Daniel Dennett... Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Martin J. Sherwin, preeminent philosopher, Nobel Laureate Allan M. Cormack (1924–1998), regular featured columnist ...
Louis Pasteur... s. Many of his correspondents became his friends, including Richard Wagner,, Louis Agassiz, John Greenleaf Whittier, Michel Eugène Chevreul, Alexande ...
Marilyn Monroe... Happen to You. Lemmon worked with many legendary leading ladies, among them, Natalie Wood, Betty Grable, Janet Leigh, Shirley MacLaine, Romy Schneide ...
Helmholtz... animal movement and perception. Vision interested the physicists Young and, who also studied optics, hearing and music. Newton extended Descartes' m ...
Evelyn Hooker... coming out in the online encyclopedia glbtq.com states that sexologist Dr.’s observations introduced the use of "coming out" to the academic communi ...
Simon Schwendener... s organisms for quite some time, it was not until 1867, when Swiss botanistproposed his dual theory of lichens, that the true nature of the lichen as ...
Carl LinnaeusIn his 18th century work Systema Naturae,coined the specific name cucullatus, meaning hooded, but combined it with ...
Gaspard Monge... of 1809 he was chosen by the council of the École Polytechnique to succeedin the chair of analytical geometry. At the same time he was named by the ...
Carl Woese... come a search for the universal tree or the universal ancestor, a phrase of. The tree that results has some unusual features, especially in its roots ...
Arnold Chikobava... rm Ibero-Caucasian (or Iberian-Caucasian) was proposed by Georgian linguistfor the union of the three language families that are specific to the Cauc ...
Milton Friedman... have learned about business without a parade of teachers guiding me... fromto Donald Trump... and now, Les Wexner and Warren Buffett. I even learned ...
LeucippusDemocritus, along withand Epicurus, proposed the earliest views on the shapes and connectivity o ...
Neil TurokThe ekpyrotic model came out of work byand Paul Steinhardt and maintains that the universe did not start in a sin ...
Karl Marx... odity is something other than its value. In Value, Price and Profit (1865),quotes Adam Smith and sums up
Michael Abercrombie... f the architect Patrick Abercrombie. One of his sons was the cell biologist. A grandson, Jeff Cooper, produced an admirable bibliography of his grand ...
Lonnie Carton... featured columnist in Foreign Policy Magazine Daniel W. Drezner, radio hostand author of No Future: Queer Theory and the Death Drive Lee Edelman
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Alasdair Whittle... al bones – the remains of domesticated animals, cat and dog. Archaeologistsand Michael Wysocki note that this period of occupation may be "significan ...
Young... origins of animal movement and perception. Vision interested the physicistsand Helmholtz, who also studied optics, hearing and music. Newton extended ...
Jane Goodall... Esteban Sarmiento, and discredited racial anthropologist Carleton S. Coon., in a September 27, 2002, interview on National Public Radio's "Science F ...
Charles Lyell... es from experience suppose ... that the future will resemble the past", andmemorably rephrased in the 1830s as "the present is the key to the past". ...
Carl Auer von Welsbach... ble ammonium nitrates were recrystallized from water. When later adapted byfor the splitting of didymium, nitric acid was used as a solvent to lower ...
George A. Miller... oratory of Princeton University under the direction of psychology professor. Development began in 1985. Over the years, the project received funding ...
Nikola Tesla... aves began soon after, with the experiments conducted by physicists such as, Jagadish Chandra Bose and Guglielmo Marconi during the 1890s leading to ...
Lewis Carroll... ed the power of putting things in brackets." Another childhood favorite was's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, which he called "a favourite forever. ...
Ptolemy... Manetho (3rd century B.C.) and Geminus (1st century B.C.), and included byin his 48 asterisms. Ptolemy catalogued 17 stars, Tycho Brahe 10, and Joha ...
Arthur C. Clarke... e named his 1955 novel The Tree of Man after a line in A Shropshire Lad and's first novel, Against the Fall of Night, is taken from a work in Housman ...
Tsung-Dao Lee... assumed to be a universal law. However, in the mid-1950s Chen Ning Yang andsuggested that the weak interaction might violate this law. Chien Shiung W ...
Thomas BartholinIn Scandinaviaand Ole Worm, the 17th century Danish scholars and Olaf Rudbeck in Sweden ...
Louis Couturat... by Johnson. Surveys of these developments were published by Ernst Schröder,, and
Paul SteinhardtThe ekpyrotic model came out of work by Neil Turok andand maintains that the universe did not start in a singularity, but came a ...
Paul Karrer... nholz discovered the chemical structure of vitamin E. It was synthesised by
Garret FitzGerald... so put by the Irish government then led by the centre-right Fine Gael under, and most mainstream Protestant leaders. In the debate, no one actually a ...
Eratosthenes... ing work bears the name of a famous scholar, such as Apollodorus of Athens,, or Gaius Julius Hyginus, what survives is either an ancient forgery or a ...
Tycho Brahe... , and included by Ptolemy in his 48 asterisms. Ptolemy catalogued 17 stars,10, and Johannes Hevelius 20
Hermann Emil Fischer... ine dinucleotide (NAD) and flavin adenine dinucleotide (FAD), respectively.was one of the early scientists to study adenine
Alan FeducciaA small minority of researchers, such as paleornithologistof the University of North Carolina, challenge the majority view, contendi ...
John Maynard KeynesIn 1921 the economistpublished a book on probability theory, A Treatise of Probability. Keynes ...
Doctor ThirteenThe Spectre also made a guest appearance in the "" feature in Ghosts #97-99 (Feb.-April 1981), and go on to periodic guest ...
Benjamin Franklin... amount of labor which has been expended in the improvement of commodities".in his 1729 essay entitled "A Modest Enquiry into the Nature and Necessity ...
Isaac Newton... ly credited with being the first to develop the theory of atomism, althoughpreferred to credit the obscure Moschus the Phoenician (whom he believed t ...
Friedrich Engels... in Louis-Auguste Blanqui description in 1837 of la révolution industrielle.in The Condition of the Working Class in England in 1844 spoke of "an indu ...
Geminus... he goddess of justice. Libra is mentioned by Manetho (3rd century B.C.) and(1st century B.C.), and included by Ptolemy in his 48 asterisms. Ptolemy c ...
Richard KirwanFollowing criticism, especially the arguments fromwho thought Hutton's ideas were atheistic and not logical, Hutton publishe ...
Dukinfield Henry Scott... related to the architect Elisabeth Scott. His youngest son was the botanist
Claude Shannon... and that of later logicians initially appeared to have no engineering uses.attended a philosophy class at the University of Michigan which introduced ...
Chen Ning Yang... nteraction; it was assumed to be a universal law. However, in the mid-1950sand Tsung-Dao Lee suggested that the weak interaction might violate this l ...
James Stirling... nction's important functional properties, including the reflection formula., a contemporary of Euler, also attempted to find a continuous expression ...
Albrecht KosselIt was named in 1885 by, in reference to the pancreas (a specific gland - in Greek, "aden") from ...
Posidonius... d to be the biblical Moses) as the inventor of the idea on the authority ofand Strabo. The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy notes, "This theologic ...
John Kenneth Galbraith... ch events spiralled out of control in the run up to and after independence., the Canadian-American Harvard University economist, who advised governme ...
Isaac Newton... y was common among highly important seventeenth-century scientists, such as, and Gottfried Leibniz. Newton was even accused of introducing occult age ...
Howard Georgi... ics at Harvard. While at Harvard, Hagelin worked under the noted physicistsand Sheldon Glashow, best known for their work in Grand Unification theory ...
Aristotle's... BC), but only occurred in the fifth century. The standard account, found inAthenian Constitution 22.3, attributes the establishment to Cleisthenes, a ...
Lewis CarrollAlice-in-Wonderland syndrome (AIWS, named after the novel written by), also known as Todd's syndrome, is a disorienting neurological condition ...
AristotleEarly insights in the labour theory of value appear in´s Politics. He developed a "theory of the value of labour", holding that ...
Elsie Widdowson... ter World War II took place according to nutritional principles drawn up byand others. In 1941, the first Recommended Dietary Allowances (RDAs) were ...
Yang Xiong... texts were created and studied by scholars. Philosophical works written by(53 BCE – 18 CE), Huan Tan (43 BCE – 28 CE), Wang Chong (27–100 CE), and W ...
Plato... ent and modern ethical thinkers, particularly of Kant and Fichte, with onlyand Spinoza finding favour in his eyes. He failed to discover in previous ...
Karl Marx... early labour values theories. Some writers (including Bertrand Russell and) think the labour theory of value can be traced back to him. In his Summa ...
Descarteswas not only a pioneer of analytic geometry but formulated a theory of mec ...
Joan OróExperiments performed in 1961 byhave shown that a large quantity of adenine can be synthesized from the po ...
Edmund Davy... yfuel welding, became well established. Acetylene was discovered in 1836 by, but its use was not practical in welding until about 1900, when a suitab ...
William Warde Fowler... d to have been buried near the altar of Fons (ara Fontis) on the Janiculum.observed that between 259 and 241 BC, cults were founded for Juturna, Fons ...
Lex Luthor... tomic Skull, Bizarro, Cheetah, Evil Star, Giganta, Heat Wave, Killer Frost,, Sinestro, Star Sapphire, Toyman and Volcana. They team up with the Leagu ...
Robert Sternberg... r Tufts faculty include former American Psychological Association president, Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Martin J. Sherwin, preeminent philosoph ...
Bertrand Russell... 's theories, produced early labour values theories. Some writers (includingand Karl Marx) think the labour theory of value can be traced back to him. ...
William Lipscomb... EHT) applies to both sigma and pi electrons, and has its origins in work byand Roald Hoffmann for nonplanar molecules in 1962
Ragnar Frisch... n Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel in 1969, which he shared withfor having developed and applied dynamic models for the analysis of econom ...
Jagadish Chandra Bose... n after, with the experiments conducted by physicists such as Nikola Tesla,and Guglielmo Marconi during the 1890s leading to the invention of radio
Joseph Needham... used by Chinese astronomers to describe the heavens as spherical. Historianquotes Zhang Heng (78-139 AD) as saying
Sir Hans Sloane... al museum". Its foundations lie in the will of the physician and naturalist(1660–1753). During the course of his lifetime Sloane gathered an enviable ...
George Deacon... ged a group of many notable scientists, including David Bates, Robert Boyd,, John Gunn, Harrie Massey and Nevill Mott; he worked on the design of mag ...
Kofi Annan... treaty bodies. In his September 2002 report the former UN Secretary Generalon 'Strengthening the United Nations; an agenda for further change' sugges ...
Guglielmo Marconi... nts conducted by physicists such as Nikola Tesla, Jagadish Chandra Bose andduring the 1890s leading to the invention of radio
Arnold Toynbee... e whole of civil society". Credit for popularising the term may be given to, whose lectures given in 1881 gave a detailed account of it
George Bernard Shaw... w York and London based critics, including Henry Chorley, Herman Klein, and, castigated a succession of visiting Mediterranean tenors for resorting t ...
Ernst Haeckel... dentify relationships between major groups were made in the 19th century by, and by comparative anatomists such as Thomas Henry Huxley and E. Ray Lan ...
Hugh MacColl... ructure on equivalent statements of a propositional calculus is credited to(1877), in work surveyed 15 years later by Johnson. Surveys of these devel ...
F. David Peat... imize their actions, and it is this misuse of history that must be exposed.asserts that many cultural myths of North America exclude or diminish the ...
J. R. R. Tolkien... appointed Professor of English at the University of Leeds in preference to, with whom he shared, as author of The Epic (1914), a professional intere ...
Heraclitus... been unaware of a Sibyl. The first known Greek writer to mention a sibyl is, in the 5th century BC
Niko... five children of Dirk Cornelis Tinbergen and Jeannette van Eek. His brotherwould also win a Nobel Prize (for physiology, during 1973) for his work in ...
Thomas Jefferson... . Many of the buildings represent architecture from the 1800s including the-designed Courthouse building
Alfred Marshall... financial consultant. In 1924 Keynes wrote an obituary for his former tutorwhich Schumpeter called "the most brilliant life of a man of science I hav ...
Zhang Heng... omers to describe the heavens as spherical. Historian Joseph Needham quotes(78-139 AD) as saying
Dr. Temperance BrennanIn the television series Bones, forensic anthropologistspends much of her free time writing novels about a forensic anthropologis ...
Michael Faraday... dies could be magnetized; these discoveries were completed and explained by
Thomas Lovejoy... in the 1980s it came into common usage in science and environmental policy., in the foreword to the book Conservation Biology, introduced the term to ...
Margaret Thatcher... built a legacy bringing to Westminster College world leaders: Lech Wałęsa,, Harry S Truman, Gerald R. Ford, Ronald W. Reagan, George H.W. Bush, Mikh ...
Harrie Massey... e scientists, including David Bates, Robert Boyd, George Deacon, John Gunn,and Nevill Mott; he worked on the design of magnetic and acoustic mines an ...
Vladimir Lenin... to him by his forefathers. Meanwhile, underground political parties led by(Michael Bryant), Joseph Stalin (James Hazeldine), and Leon Trotsky (Brian ...
Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon... cluded a review of alternative theories, such as those of Thomas Burnet and
Charles Thomas Newton... o married the archeologist and Keeper of Antiquities at the British Museum,. Mary had a successful painting career in England, supporting the family ...
Hamilton... to the possible rays of the wave." This equivalence had been pointed out bya century earlier, and published by him around 1830, in an era where no ex ...
Marilyn Monroe... drew Sarris considers it to be "Huston's best film", and the film that madea recognized actress. Sarris also notes the similar themes in many of Hust ...
Galileo... ntegrated with scientific knowledge from the time of Aquinas to the time of, and that too was a deliberate program. Critics suggest that this also de ...
Daris Swindler... logist David Daegling, field biologist George Shaller, Russell Mittermeier,, Esteban Sarmiento, and discredited racial anthropologist Carleton S. Coo ...
Ernst Schröder... 15 years later by Johnson. Surveys of these developments were published by, Louis Couturat, and
Thomas Henry Huxley... in the 19th century by Ernst Haeckel, and by comparative anatomists such asand E. Ray Lankester. Enthusiasm waned: it was often difficult to find evi ...
Karl Marx... ture and Necessity of a Paper Currency" is sometimes credited (including by) with originating the concept in its modern form. However, the theory has ...
Hendrik Lorentz... at different angles with respect to the ether. The possibility explored by, that the ether could compress matter, thereby rendering it undetectable, ...
Eric Hoffer... tion seemed to fit reality better than the Friedrich-Brzezinski definition.in his book The True Believer argues that mass movements like communism, F ...
Beppo Levi... obably the most important monotone convergence theorem. It is also known as's theorem
Johannes Hevelius... olemy in his 48 asterisms. Ptolemy catalogued 17 stars, Tycho Brahe 10, and20
R. J. Rummelor as ethnic cleansing.has classified these events as democide
Doris Day... Natalie Wood, Betty Grable, Janet Leigh, Shirley MacLaine, Romy Schneider,, Kim Novak, Judy Holliday, Rita Hayworth, June Allyson, Virna Lisi, Ann-M ...
Abraham Gottlob Werner... ries placed him into opposition with the then-popular Neptunist theories of, that all rocks had precipitated out of a single enormous flood. Hutton p ...
Lewis Carroll... plays, novels, and translated English poetry and books into French such as's The Hunting of the Snark. French poet and novelist Raymond Queneau had ...
Milton Berle... y Serenade they are major members of the cast, which also features comedian. The Miller band returned to Hollywood to film 1942's Orchestra Wives, fe ...
Yigael Yadin... ion between them and the IDF units started. In response, Ben-Gurion ordered(acting Chief of Staff) to concentrate large forces on the Tel Aviv beach ...
C. D. Howe... on 11 April 1936. The newly created Department of Transport under Ministerdesired an airline, under government control, to link cities on the Atlant ...
Jacques Gauthier... graphica. However, an alternate definition proposed by scientists includingand adherents of the Phylocode system defined Aves to include only the mod ...
Joseph Schumpeter... natively been seen as a labour theory of property. Other writers (including) have traced back the concept even further to Ibn Khaldun, who in his Muq ...
Dirac... 934, introduces the idea that the photon is equivalent to the fusion of twoneutrinos
Frank KamenyIn the 1960s,came to the forefront of the struggle. Having been fired from his job as a ...
Jeffrey WeeksDartmouth alumni in academia include Stuart Kauffman and, both recipients of MacArthur Fellowships (commonly called "genius grants ...
Edward B. Lewis... different groups. In a series of experiments with the fruit-fly Drosophila,was able to identify a complex of genes whose proteins bind to the cis-reg ...
Béla Bartók... mes a specific instruction not to use it (in some of the string quartets offor example). Furthermore, some modern classical composers, especially min ...
Eliade... beliefs are shared by all forms of shamanism. Common beliefs identified by(1972) are the following
Arthur Young... er reputation in their writings. The leading economists of her day, such asand Jacques Necker, became foreign members of the Free Economic Society, e ...
Heinrich Anton de Bary... t all living organisms were autonomous. Other prominent biologists, such as, Albert Bernhard Frank, and Hermann Hellriegel were not so quick to rejec ...
Robert SternbergIn 2006, Dean of Arts and Sciencesadded experimental criteria to the application process for undergraduates ...
J. R. R. Tolkien... Sindarin: ), originally named Minas Anor, is a fictional city and castle in's Middle-earth writings. It became the heavily fortified capital of Gondo ...
Niels BohrAfter spending 1928 and 1929 in England and Denmark, working briefly with, Hückel joined the faculty of the Technische Hochschule in Stuttgart. In ...
David Hume... nstance of begging the question. Nozick also argues that Rand's solution to's famous is-ought problem is unsatisfactory. In response, philosophers Do ...
Charles FellowsThe Harpagid Theory was initiated by, discoverer of the Xanthian Obelisk, and person responsible for the trans ...
D. R. FulkersonThe Ford–Fulkerson Method (named for L. R. Ford, Jr. and) is an algorithm which computes the maximum flow in a flow network. It wa ...
J. J. Thomson... s own as a compressed electron (detected in 1897 by British experimentalist) would prove unstable. Meanwhile, other experimenters began to detect une ...
Jamal BadawiIt should be noted that the website Islam Online has an article byarguing against legal punishment of apostasy
Howard Georgi... hysics. Hagelin's move to MIU in 1984 surprised and puzzled his colleagues.and John Ellis tried to talk him out of it. But, according to Georgi, Hage ...
Plato... as friends with Hippocrates. He may have been acquainted with Socrates, butdoes not mention him and Democritus himself is quoted as saying, "I came t ...
John James Audubon... life illustration reached its peak in the 19th century with artists such as, and today many naturalist field guides are still illustrated with waterc ...
Luuk... ysiology, during 1973) for his work in ethology, while his youngest brotherwould become a famous ornithologist. Tinbergen studied mathematics and phy ...
Francis Crick... be found in the Central Dogma of Molecular Biology. In his autobiography, ,wrote about his choice of the word dogma and some of the problems it cause ...
d'Alembert... te comedies, fiction, and memoirs, while cultivating Voltaire, Diderot, and—all French encyclopedists who later cemented her reputation in their writ ...
Wilhelm Röntgen... anwhile, other experimenters began to detect unexpected forms of radiation:caused a sensation with his discovery of x-rays in 1895; in 1896 Henri Bec ...
Freimut BörngenAsteroid 12694 Schleiermacher is named for this German theologian. See also, German astronomer
John Nunn... who shared second. At London Lloyds' Bank Open 1984, he tied for first withand Murray Chandler, on 7/9. He won at Reykjavík 1985. At Brussels 1985, h ...
Lazare CarnotBut not all the credit for the innovations of this period go to Napoleon.played a large part in the reorganization of the French army from 1793 to ...
Lazare Carnot... ctionary cites the first English-language usage in 1799 in a translation of's letter on the Coup of 18 Fructidor
Jacob BernoulliIn real analysis, Bernoulli's inequality (named after) is an inequality that approximates exponentiations of 1 + x
Benjamin Franklin... appointed a "Committee of Five", consisting of John Adams of Massachusetts,of Pennsylvania, Thomas Jefferson of Virginia, Robert R. Livingston of New ...
Jacques Monod... ord dogma caused almost more trouble than it was worth.... Many years laterpointed out to me that I did not appear to understand the correct use of t ...
Aristotle... ocritus himself is quoted as saying, "I came to Athens and no one knew me."placed him among the pre-Socratic natural philosophers
Thomas Jefferson... arty" in the mid-1850s as homage to the values of republicanism promoted by's Republican party. The idea for the name came from an editorial by the p ...
Maximillian ArturoHis best friend Wade Welles and his professor/mentorjoin him on his second test. However, the wormhole grows unstable and spir ...
Henri Becquerel... lm Röntgen caused a sensation with his discovery of x-rays in 1895; in 1896discovered that certain kinds of matter emit radiation on their own accord ...
L. R. Ford, Jr.The Ford–Fulkerson Method (named forand D. R. Fulkerson) is an algorithm which computes the maximum flow in a ...
Carleton S. Coon... r, Daris Swindler, Esteban Sarmiento, and discredited racial anthropologist. Jane Goodall, in a September 27, 2002, interview on National Public Radi ...
David DumvilleProfessor, enquiring into the stemmatics of the recensions (he has published the Va ...
Joseph FourierTaking his mathematical cues from the heat flow work of(and his own religious and geological convictions), Thomson believed that ...
Hyman Minsky... uffered a heart attack in 1937, requiring him to take long periods of rest.and other post-Keynesian economists have argued that as result of this, Ke ...
Eugene WignerAswrote: "Ten days before Fermi had died he told me, 'I hope it won't take l ...
James Cronin... articles with antiparticles). Physicists were again surprised when in 1964,and Val Fitch provided clear evidence in kaon decays that CP symmetry coul ...
William Rowan Hamilton... of a group by generators and relations was given by the Irish mathematicianin 1856, in his Icosian Calculus – a presentation of the icosahedral group
Isaak Khalatnikov... generic situations. This view was held in particular by Vladimir Belinsky,, and Evgeny Lifshitz, who tried to prove that no singularities appear in ...
Lewis Carroll... ild and a teenager, Gaiman read the works of C. S. Lewis, J. R. R. Tolkien,, James Branch Cabell, Edgar Allan Poe, Michael Moorcock, Ursula K. Le Gui ...
Hugh Jackman... wn include Errol Flynn, Peter Finch, Rod Taylor, Mel Gibson, Nicole Kidman,, Russell Crowe, Cate Blanchett and Heath Ledger
Wiener... discovered the greenhouse effect. Von Neumann, Turing, Khinchin, Markov and, all mathematicians, made major contributions to science and probability ...
Catharine MacKinnon... censorship. Anti-pornography feminist activists such as Andrea Dworkin andmade alliances with the religious right. This critique was adopted and mad ...
Hippolyte Fizeau... termination of the velocity of light in the manner subsequently effected byand Léon Foucault was suggested by Arago in 1838, but his failing eyesight ...
Jean Baudrillard... Marshall Sahlins and Richard Borshay Lee; and others such as Lewis Mumford,and Gary Snyder. Many advocates of Green anarchism and primitivism conside ...
Stephen Babcock... hat, combined with the state's suitable geography and dairy research led byat the University of Wisconsin, helped the state build a reputation as "Am ...
Jeffrey Meldrum... ts have been less skeptical about the claims of the existence of sasquatch.characterizes the search for Sasquatch as "a valid scientific endeavor". a ...
Ted Kord... etired superhero who utilizes owl-themed gadgets. Nite Owl was based on theversion of the Blue Beetle. Paralleling the way that Ted Kord had a predec ...
Christiane Fellbaum... lowing members of the Cognitive Science Laboratory: George Armitage Miller,, Randee Tengi, Pamela Wakefield, Helen Langone and Benjamin R. Haskell. W ...
Bertrand Russell's... ologians. Reverend Canon Brian Hebblethwaite, for example, preached against
Paul GinspargThe e-print archive arXiv.org (pronounced "archive") was created byin 1991 at Los Alamos National Laboratory for the purpose of distributing ...
James Smithson... of knowledge" from a bequest to the United States by the British scientist(c. 1765–1829), who never visited the new nation. In Smithson's will, he s ...
Vladimir Lenin... cultural minorities were taken up by the Jewish , but fiercely denounced by. Joseph Stalin devoted a whole chapter to criticising Cultural National A ...
Ibn Khaldun... (including Joseph Schumpeter) have traced back the concept even further to, who in his Muqaddimah (1377), described labour as the source of value, n ...
Noam Chomsky... aration opposing the invasion of Iraq (along with prominent figures such asand Susan Sarandon); the declaration appeared in the magazine The Nation. ...
Arlie Russell Hochschild... e increased entry of women into workplaces in the 20th century. Sociologistfound that, in two-career couples, men and women, on average, spend about ...
Ezra Newman... y Kerr found the exact solution for a rotating black hole. Two years later,found the axisymmetric solution for a black hole that is both rotating and ...
Markov... ation, and discovered the greenhouse effect. Von Neumann, Turing, Khinchin,and Wiener, all mathematicians, made major contributions to science and pr ...
John PlayfairIn the Spring of 1788 he set off withto the Berwickshire coast and found more examples of this sequence in the ...
Mary Everest Boole... chose Unitarianism. Two influences on Boole were later claimed by his wife,: a universal mysticism tempered by Jewish thought, and Indian logic.. Mar ...
Niles Eldredge... challenged by a theory of "punctuated equilibrium" put forward by Gould and, proposing evolutionary changes could occur in relatively rapid spurts, w ...
Maurice Wilkins... e of the DNA molecule in 1953 together with James D. Watson. He, Watson andwere jointly awarded the 1962 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine "for ...
Árpád Pusztai... lutinin. Potatoes have been genetically modified with the GNA gene. In 1998said in an interview on a World in Action programme that his group had obs ...
Leslie Alcock... . (* For "heap together" used Morris more recent translation as given in )., 1971 may have started the recent fad of using "heaped together", but he ...
August Cieszkowskifocused on Hegel's view of world history and reformed it to better accommo ...
Clock King... egion are Lex Luthor, Joker, Cheetah, Weather Wizard, Felix Faust, Chronos,, and Amazo
Frédéric Joliot-Curie... 994, the IUPAC proposed the name joliotium (Jl), after the French physicist, which was originally proposed by Soviet team for element 102, later name ...
Chandran KukathasSome critics, such as Norman P. Barry and, have argued that her ethics are consistent with anarcho-capitalism
Felix KleinThe first systematic study was given by Walther von Dyck, student of, in the early 1880s, laying the foundations for combinatorial group theor ...
Hans Wiegel... 0. This cabinet fell after a few months. Meanwhile the charismatic young MPhad attracted considerable attention. He became the new leader of the VVD: ...
Yi Xing... and the usage of integration is far ahead of his time. Even the astronomer's isn't comparable to his value (who was beginning to utilize foreign kno ...
Nikolaas Tinbergen... l prize winners: poet T. S. Eliot, physicist Sir Anthony Leggett, zoologistand chemist Frederick Soddy. Other Merton alumni are Bodleian Library foun ...
E. O. Wilson... Council (NRC). It first appeared in a publication in 1988 when entomologistused it as the title of the proceedings of that forum
James D. Watson... a co-discoverer of the structure of the DNA molecule in 1953 together with. He, Watson and Maurice Wilkins were jointly awarded the 1962 Nobel Prize ...
Val Kilmer... utive Orders, Clark sarcastically suggests to reporter Robert Holtzman "Getto play me in the movies" to which Holtzman replies "Too pretty, Nick Cage ...
Ray Hilborn... he state of the world's fisheries with one of the original study's critics,of the at Seattle. The new study found that through good fisheries managem ...
Archimedes... writings regarding levers date from the 3rd century BC and were provided by. "Give me a place to stand, and I shall move the Earth with a lever" is a ...
David G. BromleyOne camp that broadly speaking questions apostate narratives includes, Daniel Carson Johnson
Khinchin... rared radiation, and discovered the greenhouse effect. Von Neumann, Turing,, Markov and Wiener, all mathematicians, made major contributions to scien ...
Maurice, 6th duc de Broglie... th duc de Broglie upon the death without heir in 1960 of his older brother,, also a physicist. He did not marry. When he died in Louveciennes, he was ...
Carl Ludwig Blume... family. Adelosa is a nomen dubium. No specimen exists and no one knows whatdescribed as Adelosa in 1850
Rudolf Clausius... ed thermodynamics were established through the work of the German physicist. His statistical mechanics, which was elaborated upon by Ludwig Boltzmann ...
Caroline Dormon... come under the management of the State of Louisiana in 2007. The naturalisthelped to lay out the park
George Petrie... al milieu"; guests at their salon included Sheridan le Fanu, Charles Lever,, Isaac Butt, William Rowan Hamilton and Samuel Ferguson
Walther von DyckThe first systematic study was given by, student of Felix Klein, in the early 1880s, laying the foundations for c ...
Marie Stopes... started in the 1910s in the U.S. under Margaret Sanger and elsewhere under. In the final three decades of the 20th century, Western women knew a new ...
Matteo Ricci... 7–1318), the Korean official Choe Bu (1454–1504) and the Italian missionary(1552–1610)
Alejandro Toledo... t in the Peruvian general election, 2011 by saying he was going to vote for(Peruvian former president 2001-2006). After cast his vote, he said his co ...
Benjamin Franklin... hat help themselves", the oft-quoted maxim that also appeared previously in's Poor Richard's Almanac (1733–1758). In the 20th century, "Carnegie's re ...
Cuvier... in the Systema Naturae (1758) of Linnaeus. They were, however, separated byin 1800 under the name of llama along with the guanaco. Alpacas and vicuña ...
Benjamin Beit-Hallahmi... . An opposing camp less critical of apostate narratives as a group includes, Dr. Phillip Charles Lucas, Jean Duhaime, Mark Dunlop, Michael Langone, a ...
Ludwig Boltzmann... st Rudolf Clausius. His statistical mechanics, which was elaborated upon byand the British physicist James Clerk Maxwell, held that energy (including ...
Turing... and infrared radiation, and discovered the greenhouse effect. Von Neumann,, Khinchin, Markov and Wiener, all mathematicians, made major contribution ...
John WheelerThe term "black hole" was first publicly used byduring a lecture in 1967. Although he is usually credited with coining the ...
J. R. R. TolkienAs a child and a teenager, Gaiman read the works of C. S. Lewis,, Lewis Carroll, James Branch Cabell, Edgar Allan Poe, Michael Moorcock, U ...
Johannes Oporinus... ome Basel citizen in 1526. His mother was Christina Herbster, the sister of(Herbster) the famed humanist printer. After Zwinger’s father’s death, Chr ...
Albert Einstein... ter signed by a number of prominent Jewish figures including Hannah Arendt,, Sidney Hook, and Rabbi Jessurun Cardozo, which described Irgun as a "a t ...
Addison Emery Verrill... cting them and figuring out Verrill's mistakes" (quoted in Schram, p. 126).had been an earlier expert in invertebrate classification
John RayThe first classification of birds was developed by Francis Willughby andin their 1676 volume Ornithologiae
Ptolemy... are sometimes called Ptolemaic aspects since they were defined and used byin the 1st Century, AD. These aspects are the conjunction (approx. 0-10°), ...
Lex Luthor... aseball against the Justice League International. Members of the Legion are, Joker, Cheetah, Weather Wizard, Felix Faust, Chronos, Clock King, and Am ...
Otto Hahn... w element should be named hahnium (Ha), in honor of the late German chemist. Consequently hahnium was the name that most American and Western Europea ...
Lenin... h, as seen in contemporary documents (for example, in the first editions of's complete works). In Russian, however, "переворот" has a similar meaning ...
Augustin-Jean FresnelArago warmly supported's optical theories, helping to confirm Fresnel's wave theory of light by ...
David Mermin... ess and peer-reviewed journals. In his column in Physics Today, April 1992,described Ginsparg's creation as potentially "string theory's greatest con ...
Alvin Hansen... to achieve widespread acceptance, with eminent American professors such asagreeing with the General Theory before the outbreak of World War II
Bryan R. WilsonDr. Lonnie D. Kliever (1932–2004), Gordon Melton, and. An opposing camp less critical of apostate narratives as a group include ...
Noah Webster... in the 1630s and 1640s". The first two notebooks were published in 1790 by. The third notebook, long thought lost, was rediscovered in 1816, and the ...
Russell Mittermeier... e legend are anthropologist David Daegling, field biologist George Shaller,, Daris Swindler, Esteban Sarmiento, and discredited racial anthropologist ...
Francis WillughbyThe first classification of birds was developed byand John Ray in their 1676 volume Ornithologiae
Anaxagoras... ounder of the atomism, was the greatest influence upon him. He also praises. Diogenes Laertius says that he was friends with Hippocrates. He may have ...
Varro... tius' Divine Institutions (i.6, 4th century AD, quoting from a lost work of, 1st century BC) these ten sibyls were those in the following list. Of th ...
Frederick Soddy... ot, physicist Sir Anthony Leggett, zoologist Nikolaas Tinbergen and chemist. Other Merton alumni are Bodleian Library founder Thomas Bodley, the Oxfo ...
Sir Hans Sloane... ed in 1753, largely based on the collections of the physician and scientist. The museum first opened to the public on 15 January 1759 in Montagu Hous ...
Von Neumann... ied heat flow and infrared radiation, and discovered the greenhouse effect., Turing, Khinchin, Markov and Wiener, all mathematicians, made major cont ...
Michel GauquelinThe writings of Françoise andon the significance of planetary configurations in the astrological chart ...
Jack Weatherford... s “sparsely inhabited, unused, and underdeveloped.” American anthropologistsays that on Columbus Day Americans celebrate the greatest waves of genoci ...
Charles Lyell... evolutionary play is performed. Darwin studied evolution in the context of's geology, but our present understanding of Earth history includes some c ...
Stefan Banach... mathematics, especially functional analysis, a Banach algebra, named after, is an associative algebra A over the real or complex numbers which at th ...
John Bidwell... e events as the most seminal in Chico history. They included the arrival ofin 1850, the arrival of the California and Oregon Railroad in 1870, the es ...
Thomas Jefferson... 1817), and who had handled the Louisiana Purchase as Secretary of State for. At the time that Madison County was organized, the land south of Saline ...
ArchimedesThis is the law of the lever, which was proven byusing geometric reasoning. It shows that if the distance a from the fulcru ...
James BardeenWork by, Jacob Bekenstein, Carter, and Hawking in the early 1970s led to the form ...
Niels Bohr... roposed the name nielsbohrium (Ns) in honor of the Danish nuclear physicist. The American team proposed that the new element should be named hahnium ...
AnaxagorasBelief in a flat Earth continued into the 5th-century BC.(c. 450 BC) agreed that the Earth was flat, and his pupil Archelaus believ ...
Max Planck... s included the wave-particle duality theory of matter, based on the work ofand Albert Einstein on light. The thesis examiners, unsure of the material ...
Leo Ruickbie... ion from his true magical partner, Edith Woodford-Grimes. Ronald Hutton andhave concluded that Clutterbuck is unlikely to have been involved in Gardn ...
James T. RichardsonSome scholars have attempted to classify apostates of NRMs.proposes a theory related to a logical relationship between apostates and ...
Jerry F. Hough... ng historians, some of whose more prominent members are Sheila Fitzpatrick,, William McCagg, Robert W. Thurston, and J. Arch Getty. Though their indi ...
Julian Huxley... s Symbionticism and the origin of species; and there was a brief mention byin 1930; all in vain because sufficient evidence was lacking. Symbiosis as ...
Charles Wheatstone... e details of his apparatus, which utilized the relaying mirrors employed byin 1835 for measuring the velocity of the electric discharge; but owing to ...
Leonardo da Vinci... o Lippi and Angelico; Botticelli, Paolo Uccello and the universal genius ofand Michelangelo
Jack Hanna... ction programming, including new series by wildlife experts Jeff Corwin and
Charles Darwin... local foraminifera (single-celled protists with shells), corresponded with, and had two gastropods (snails or slugs) named after him
Andrew Huxley... electrical properties of nerve cells, culminating in work by Alan Hodgkin,, and others on the biophysics of the action potential, and the work of Be ...
GaussAn alternative notation which was originally introduced byand which was sometimes used is the Pi function, which in terms of the gam ...
Brian J. Ford... presenter, Adrian Durham; and the biologist, author and broadcaster, Prof., who attended the King's School and still lives in Eastrea near Whittlese ...
LinnaeusThe Barn Swallow was described byin his Systema Naturae in 1758 as Hirundo rustica, characterised as H. rec ...
Lewis Carroll... mous examples of using gibberish in literature is the poem "Jabberwocky" by
Léon Theremin... l fingering," largely devised by Clara Rockmore and subsequently adapted byand his protege, Lydia Kavina. It employs specific hand and finger positio ...
Robert Marshak... on and renormalization theory suggested a new approach was needed. In 1957,and George Sudarshan and, somewhat later, Richard Feynman and Murray Gell- ...
T. S. Ashton... Britain in the 1780s and was not fully felt until the 1830s or 1840s, whileheld that it occurred roughly between 1760 and 1830
David Ricardo... labour that could be purchased by selling it), then profit was impossible.(seconded by Marx) responded to this paradox by arguing that Smith had con ...
Michael Langone... njamin Beit-Hallahmi, Dr. Phillip Charles Lucas, Jean Duhaime, Mark Dunlop,, and
Johannes Theodor Reinhardt... lly been suggested for the dodo, including to ostriches and vultures, untilproposed they were ground doves, based on studies of a dodo skull in Copen ...
Victor Shestakov... s the basic concept that underlies all modern electronic digital computers.at Moscow State University (1907–1987) proposed a theory of electric switc ...
Alan Vince... and most impressive defences overlooking Saxon London, which archaeologistsuggests was deliberate. It would have visually dominated the surrounding ...
David Bensusan-Butt... ched and indexed by one of Keynes's favourite students, later the economist. The work served as a theoretical justification for the interventionist p ...
Aristotle... be printed. In 1556 he printed his Dialogue on the De plantis attributed to, and in 1557 his Exercitationes on Jerome Cardan's, De subtilitate. His o ...
Leidy... extinct Tertiary fauna of North America, as interpreted by paleontologists, Cope, and Marsh, aided understanding of the early history of this family ...
Charles WilkesThe United States Exploring Expedition undervisited Funafuti, Nukufetau and Vaitupu in 1841. During this expedition, o ...
Pliny the ElderMuch of what we know of Apelles is derived from(Natural History, XXXV). His skill at drawing the human face is the point ...
Peter Kropotkin... elated to the work and ideas of Murray Bookchin and influenced by anarchist. Social ecologists assert that the present ecological crisis has its root ...
Weierstrass... owing infinite product definitions for the gamma function, due to Euler andrespectively, are valid for all complex numbers z, except the non-positive ...
Albert GhiorsoIn the same year, a team led byworking at the University of California, Berkeley conclusively synthesized ...
Fourier... nsive formulation of classical mechanics and investigated light and optics.founded a new branch of mathematics — infinite, periodic series — studied ...
Joshua LederbergThe role of symbiosis in cell evolution was revived partly by, and finally brought to light by Lynn Margulis in a series of papers and ...
Claude Shannon... osed a theory of electric switches based on Boolean logic even earlier thanin 1935 on the testimony of Soviet logicians and mathematicians Yanovskaya ...
Nicolas Léonard Sadi CarnotThe thermodynamic definition of temperature, due to, refers to heat "flowing" between "infinite reservoirs". This is all high ...
Plato... asis on human emotion and the imagination. Meanwhile he studied Spinoza and, both of whom were important influences. He became more indebted to Kant, ...
Leucippus... ers in his writings, and his wealth enabled him to purchase their writings., the founder of the atomism, was the greatest influence upon him. He also ...
Albert Einstein... wave-particle duality theory of matter, based on the work of Max Planck andon light. The thesis examiners, unsure of the material, passed his thesis ...
James Clerk Maxwell... cs, which was elaborated upon by Ludwig Boltzmann and the British physicist, held that energy (including heat) was a measure of the speed of particle ...
Hugh Edwin StricklandThis view was later supported byand Melville after a dissection of the preserved head and foot from a stuf ...
Adam SmithScottish economistaccepted the LTV for pre-capitalist societies but saw a flaw in its applic ...
Ole WormIn Scandinavia Thomas Bartholin and, the 17th century Danish scholars and Olaf Rudbeck in Sweden were the fir ...
EulerThe following infinite product definitions for the gamma function, due toand Weierstrass respectively, are valid for all complex numbers z, except ...
Leibniz... tended Descartes' mathematics by inventing calculus (contemporaneously with). He provided a comprehensive formulation of classical mechanics and inve ...
LegendreThe notation \Gamma(z) is due to. If the real part of the complex number z is positive (Re(z) > 0), then t ...
Margaret Thatcher... from "Oggie" to "Ozzie," in honour of Peter Osgood, the soccer player. Whencame to power in Britain in 1979 a variation of the chant ("Maggie Maggie ...
George Armitage Miller... et team includes the following members of the Cognitive Science Laboratory:, Christiane Fellbaum, Randee Tengi, Pamela Wakefield, Helen Langone and B ...
Anaximander... cippus (c. 440 BC) and Democritus (c. 460–370 BC) believed in a flat Earth.(c. 550 BC) believed the Earth to be a short cylinder with a flat, circula ...
John Chadwick... However, the dā element is not so simply equated with "earth" according to
Murray Gell-Mann... obert Marshak and George Sudarshan and, somewhat later, Richard Feynman andproposed a V−A (vector minus axial vector or left-handed) Lagrangian for w ...
Lynn Margulis... ion was revived partly by Joshua Lederberg, and finally brought to light byin a series of papers and books. Some organelles are recognized as being o ...
Margaret Thatchercame to office in 1979 believing in free markets as a better social system ...
Richard Feynman... s needed. In 1957, Robert Marshak and George Sudarshan and, somewhat later,and Murray Gell-Mann proposed a V−A (vector minus axial vector or left-han ...
Leucippus... to Aristotle. According to Aristotle, pre-Socratic philosophers, including(c. 440 BC) and Democritus (c. 460–370 BC) believed in a flat Earth
R. H. Barlow... s works, especially his later works. Lovecraft had specified that the youngwould serve as executor of his literary estate, but these instructions had ...
R. J. Rummel... mately 1.7 million, which was about 21 percent of the country's population., an analyst of historical political killings, gives a figure of 2 million ...
Christof Koch... manuscript on his death bed, a scientist until the bitter end" according to
Steve WozniakSome of these celebrities include: Apple co-founder, writer and actor Wil Wheaton, and id Software technical director
Democritus... o Aristotle, pre-Socratic philosophers, including Leucippus (c. 440 BC) and(c. 460–370 BC) believed in a flat Earth
Professor Xavier... ept of the X-Men is that under a cloud of increasing anti-mutant sentiment,created a haven at his Westchester mansion to train young mutants to use t ...
Aristotle... sidered the world to be flat, at least according to Aristotle. According to, pre-Socratic philosophers, including Leucippus (c. 440 BC) and Democritu ...
Mr. Spock... en." Barrett often joked that Roddenberry, given the choice between keeping(whom the network also hated) or the woman character, "kept the Vulcan and ...
Bernard Katz... xley, and others on the biophysics of the action potential, and the work ofand others on the electrochemistry of the synapse. These studies complemen ...
Charles Howard Hinton... glish Dictionary, the word "tesseract" was coined and first used in 1888 byin his book A New Era of Thought, from the Greek ("four rays"), referring ...
Jacob Grimm... word for "east". It has been connected to the Anglo-Saxon goddess Eostre byin his Deutsche Mythologie
Michael H. Hart... chain reaction, after which he became known as "father of the atomic bomb".ranked him No. 76 in his list of the most influential figures in history
Bertrand Russell... ome of his most influential friends, including H. G. Wells, Arnold Bennett,and Sassoon. Sassoon (Patient B in Conflict and Dream), remained particula ...
Theophrastus... ticularly mentions the Egyptian mathematicians, whose knowledge he praises., too, spoke of him as a man who had seen many countries. During his trave ...
Newton... physicists Young and Helmholtz, who also studied optics, hearing and music.extended Descartes' mathematics by inventing calculus (contemporaneously w ...
Robert Hübner... e tied for 1st–4th places with 8½/13, with Yuri Balashov, Ulf Andersson and. He shared first at Baden, Vienna in 1980, on 10½/15 with Alexander Belia ...
Thalesbelieved the earth was flat and floated in water like a log
Michael Faradayformulated that electromotive force (EMF) produced around a closed path is ...
George Sudarshan... ion theory suggested a new approach was needed. In 1957, Robert Marshak andand, somewhat later, Richard Feynman and Murray Gell-Mann proposed a V−A ( ...
Frank B. Jewett... boratories, Inc., as a separate entity. The first president of research was, who stayed there until 1940. The ownership of Bell Laboratories was even ...
Johannes Kepler... he traditional minor aspects, introduced by the famed astronomer/astrologerin the 16th Century AD, were long considered to be of relatively secondary ...
Léon Foucault... locity of light in the manner subsequently effected by Hippolyte Fizeau andwas suggested by Arago in 1838, but his failing eyesight prevented his arr ...
Claude E. RobinsonIn 1948, with, he founded Gallup and Robinson, Inc., an advertising research company
Michael Faraday... mers, induction motors, electric motors, synchronous motors, and solenoids.is generally credited with the discovery of induction in 1831 though it ma ...
Wang Chong... al works written by Yang Xiong (53 BCE – 18 CE), Huan Tan (43 BCE – 28 CE),(27–100 CE), and Wang Fu (78–163 CE) questioned whether human nature was i ...
Edmund Wilson... uctures in multicellular organisms. Books around 1900 from Valentin Häcker,and Oscar Hertwig still referred to cellular organs
Doris Day... on film. It also has unconfirmed references to That Touch of Mink, starringand Cary Grant
Margaret Thatcher... ins". By the time the later series were made the Conservative government ofwas in power, and fewer political observations were made against governmen ...
Claude Bernard... ates (sugars), fats (fatty acids) and proteins (amino acids.) In the 1860s,discovered that body fat can be synthesized from carbohydrate and protein, ...
Georg Simmel... c interactionism, and post-structuralism, with the work of thinkers such asand . Foucault was a great reader of Kierkegaard even though he almost nev ...
John Dalton... in places such as the newly established Royal Institution in London, whereargued for an atomistic interpretation of chemistry, Thomas Young argued f ...
Henry Cavendish... cape was first put forward by geologist John Michell in a letter written toin 1783 of the Royal Society
Christian Goldbach... n-integer arguments was apparently first considered by Daniel Bernoulli andin the 1720s, and was solved at the end of the same decade by Leonhard Eul ...
Pierre-Simon LaplaceIn 1796, mathematicianpromoted the same idea in the first and second editions of his book Exposi ...
Wilfred Trotter... he "strange new subject called psychoanalysis", he met and was impressed by, an outstanding brain surgeon who had also written the famous Instincts o ...
J. R. R. Tolkien... the story is sometimes explained internally, as in The Lord of the Rings by, which depicts the Red Book of Westmarch (a story-internal version of the ...
T. F. O'Rahilly... ckwater, and connected the name to the nearby barony of Duhallow. Professorin 1938 interpreted Magh Eala as "plain of the swans". This false etymolog ...
Ludwig Prandtl... dary layer turbine, cohesion-type turbine, and Prandtl layer turbine (after). Bioengineering researchers have referred to it as a multiple disk centr ...
Roland Barthes... roir de littérature potentielle) group of experimental writers where he met, Georges Perec, and Claude Lévi-Strauss, all of whom influenced his later ...
Oscar Lewis... d, Zavattini written for the screen The Children of Sanchez (1978) based on’s book of the same title, a classic study of a Mexican family
H. R. HaldemanOn April 30, Nixon asked for the resignation ofand John Ehrlichman, two of his most influential aides, both of whom were ...
Helmut Schmidt... llowing year, Canada joined the group at the behest of Germany's Chancellorand U.S. President Gerald Ford and the group became the Group of Seven (G7 ...
Oliver Stone... or Razzie Award. After that film's success, Harrelson played Mickey Knox in's Natural Born Killers and Dr. Michael Raynolds in the Michael Cimino fil ...
Daniel Bernoulli... g the factorial to non-integer arguments was apparently first considered byand Christian Goldbach in the 1720s, and was solved at the end of the same ...
Claude Shannon... nted by Gilbert Vernam and Joseph Mauborgne at the laboratories. Bell Labs'later proved that it is unbreakable
Rachel BromwichOne of the Welsh Triads, 35 by's numbering, establishes a different family connection for Arianrhod. Her ...
Susie Dent... intended to name his new band 'Mad Dog'. According to Oxford lexicographer, Moon and Entwistle were speculating with Page about the possible formati ...
James D. Watson... lk Institute, La Jolla, near San Diego, California; guest speakers included, Sydney Brenner, Alex Rich, the late Seymour Benzer, Aaron Klug, Christof ...
Painter... togonia and 48 in oogonia, concluding an XX/XO sex determination mechanism.in 1922 was not certain whether the diploid number of humans was 46 or 48, ...
Francesco Zantedeschi... ery of induction in 1831 though it may have been anticipated by the work ofin 1829. Around 1830 to 1832 Joseph Henry made a similar discovery, but di ...
David Ricardo... ts held the labour theory of value as it is commonly defined. For instance,theorized that prices are determined by the amount of labour but found exc ...
Isidore of Seville... egislation known as the False Decretals, which was once attributed to Saint, is largely composed of forgeries. All of what it presents as letters of ...
Alan Dershowitz... presentatives of Fascist Italy, offering to cooperate against the British."wrote in his book The Case for Israel that unlike the Haganah, the policy ...
Leonhard Euler... tian Goldbach in the 1720s, and was solved at the end of the same decade by. Euler gave two different definitions: the first was not his integral but ...
Albert EinsteinIn 1915,developed his theory of general relativity, having earlier shown that grav ...
Richard Dawkins... have included Peter Maxwell Davies, Lily Allen, Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin,, Cleo Laine, Christopher Hitchens, Peter Hitchens, Kathy Burke, Stephen F ...
Rollo MayAn early contributor to existentialist psychology in the United States was, who was strongly influenced by Kierkegaard and Otto Rank. One of the mos ...
Sir John Lubbock... ion relating to bank holidays was passed when Liberal politician and bankerintroduced the Bank Holidays Act 1871, which specified the days in the tab ...
Stanley Temple... true age could not be determined because Tambalacoque has no growth rings.hypothesized that the Dodo, which became extinct in the 17th century, ate ...
David Bohm... bilistic models which dominate quantum mechanical theory; it was refined byin the 1950s
Aristotle... f science and described an early scientific method of inquiry. He discusses's Posterior Analytics and significantly diverged from it on several point ...
Nylander... . Many of the leading lichenologists at the time, such as James Crombie and, rejected Schwendener's hypothesis because the common consensus was that ...
W. Edwards DemingIn his managerial and statistical writings,placed great importance on the value of using operational definitions in a ...
Joseph Henry... ticipated by the work of Francesco Zantedeschi in 1829. Around 1830 to 1832made a similar discovery, but did not publish his findings until later
Nikola TeslaThe Tesla turbine is a bladeless centripetal flow turbine patented byin 1913. It is referred to as a bladeless turbine because it uses the boun ...
Irvin D. Yalom... writers on techniques and theory of existentialist psychology in the USA is. Yalom states tha
John EhrlichmanOn April 30, Nixon asked for the resignation of H. R. Haldeman and, two of his most influential aides, both of whom were indicted, convicted ...
Darwin230 years before's theory of evolution, the appearance of the dodo and the red rail led Pe ...
Jacques Philippe Marie Binet... of his formula that correct the error were given by Stirling himself and by
Arthur C. Clarke... rnment's lower house is selected by sortition. In Songs of Distant Earth by, the futuristic society on Thalassa is ruled by demarchy
Otto Rank... United States was Rollo May, who was strongly influenced by Kierkegaard and. One of the most prolific writers on techniques and theory of existential ...
Friedrich Wöhler... elements by those we know today. It first came under question in 1824, whensynthesized oxalic acid, a compound known to occur only in living organism ...
Sydney Brenner... Jolla, near San Diego, California; guest speakers included James D. Watson,, Alex Rich, the late Seymour Benzer, Aaron Klug, Christof Koch, Pat Churc ...
Ira Remsen... sleeve and Charles D. Morris; the economist Richard T. Ely; and the chemist, who became the second president of the university in 1901
Randolph QuirkFurthermore,and Gabriele Stein thought about a Nuclear English, which, however, has ne ...
Horace-Bénédict de Saussure... ormities had been noted by Nicolas Steno and by French geologists including, who interpreted them in terms of Neptunism as "primary formations". Hutt ...
Aristotle... of the classical Greeks. Authors who mention the oracle include Aeschylus,, Clement of Alexandria, Diodorus, Diogenes, Euripides, Herodotus, Julian, ...
Harvey... ch as the development of ideas about the circulation of blood from Galen to. The flowering of genetics and molecular biology in the 20th century is r ...
Ruud Lubbers... its total up to 36. It entered again cabinet with the CDA under CDA-leader. The cabinet began a program of radical reform of the welfare state, whic ...
Theophrastus... erome Cardan's, De subtilitate. His other scientific works, commentaries on' De causis plantarum and Aristotle's History of Animals, he left in a mor ...
Karl Schwarzschild... shown that gravity does influence light's motion. Only a few months later,found a solution to Einstein field equations, which describes the gravitat ...
Lewis Carroll... s referred to as the Cheshire Cat principle, after the fading to a smile of's Cheshire Cat. It is expected that a first-principles solution of the eq ...
François MagendieIn 1816,discovered that dogs fed only carbohydrates and fat lost their body protei ...
Ptolemy... considers the possibility of an imperfect sphere, "shaped like a pinecone".derived his maps from a curved globe and developed the system of latitude, ...
Maurice Wilkins... urned down Francis Crick from working at King's College.) Francis Crick andof King's College were personal friends, which influenced subsequent scien ...
Vasily PetrovIn 1802, Russian scientistdiscovered the electric arc and subsequently proposed its possible practic ...
James Prescott Joule... eory of Lazare and Sadi Carnot, and Émile Clapeyron; the experimentation ofon the interchangeability of mechanical, chemical, thermal, and electrical ...
Bernhard RiemannBoth formulas were derived byin his seminal 1859 paper "Über die Anzahl der Primzahlen unter einer gege ...
John Ellis... aborative work in particle physics continued until 1994. Anderson says that, director of CERN, was worried about guilt by association. Anderson quote ...
Richard T. Ely... classical scholars Basil Gildersleeve and Charles D. Morris; the economist; and the chemist Ira Remsen, who became the second president of the unive ...
B. F. Skinner... y of operant conditioning with pigeons. Starting in the 1940s, initiated byat Harvard University, the keys were mounted vertically behind a small cir ...
Viktor Frankl... fluenced by Freud, Edmund Husserl, Heidegger and Sartre. A later figure was, who briefly met Freud and studied with Jung as a young man. His logother ...
Grafton Elliot Smith... ct and Dream which was published a year after his death by his close friend
Harry Dexter White... the final outcomes accorded more closely to the more conservative plans of. According to US economist Brad Delong, on almost every point where he wa ...
Nicolas StenoThe existence of angular unconformities had been noted byand by French geologists including Horace-Bénédict de Saussure, who interp ...
J. Robert Oppenheimer... e — Jemez Springs, New Mexico. In the end, Dudley's choice was overruled by, a physicist and the scientific director of the Manhattan Project. He fav ...
Eugene Wigner... in distances himself from mathematical platonism, and gives his reaction to's "The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Mathematics in the Natural Sciences"
Werner Meyer-Eppler... sity of Cologne, and later studied with Olivier Messiaen in Paris, and withat the University of Bonn. One of the leading figures of the Darmstadt Sch ...
Rob Pike... rom the Plan 9 from Bell Labs operating system, designed and implemented by. It can use the sam command language. The design of the interface was inf ...
George Fordyce... monstrating that the oxidation of food is the source of body heat. In 1790,recognized calcium as necessary for fowl survival. In the early 19th centu ...
David CrystalThere are also some who reject both linguistic imperialism and's theory of the neutrality of English. They argue that the phenomenon of ...
Mary Haas... es south of Salinas (his dissertation was supervised by pioneering linguist). He taught linguistics at the University of California, Santa Barbara be ...
AristotleThus, in Racine the hamartia, which the thirteenth chapter of’s Poetics had declared a characteristic of tragedy, is not merely an acti ...
Charles Newton... ulers of ancient Lycia, among them the Nereid and Payava monuments. In 1857was to discover the 4th-century BC Mausoleum of Halikarnassos, one of the ...
Andrei Sakharov... s the Soviet Union where the dissidents, such as Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn andwere under strong pressure from the government. While satire of everyday l ...
Philip J. Davis... st prominent mathematicians of all time. Its history, notably documented byin an article that won him the 1963 Chauvenet Prize, reflects many of the ...
Michael Faraday... emistry, Thomas Young argued for the interpretation of light as a wave, andestablished the phenomenon of electromagnetic induction. Meanwhile, the an ...
Alfred Wegener... way from each other, a phenomenon first observed as continental drift. Whenfirst presented a hypothesis of continental drift in 1912, conservative ge ...
Pierre-Simon Laplace... ght to escape were first considered in the 18th century by John Michell and. The first modern solution of general relativity that would characterize ...
Massimo Introvigne... s. Richter has been criticized for his biased and propaganda-style writing.in his Defectors, Ordinary Leavetakers and Apostates defines three types o ...
Howard Hawks... perhaps best known for her role as a fast-talking newspaper reporter in thescrewball comedy His Girl Friday, as well as the role of Mame Dennis in th ...
Ma Jun... inting chariot device was first invented by the Chinese mechanical engineer(c. 200-265 AD). It was a wheeled vehicle that incorporated an early use o ...
Anaxagoras... nes Laërtius ix.41, Democritus said that he was a "young man (neos)" during' old age (circa 440–428). It was said that Democritus' father was so weal ...
Condoleezza Rice... ct Israelis to do the same thing." On December 28, 2008, Secretary of Statesaid in a statement: "the United States strongly condemns the repeated roc ...
Adrien-Marie LegendreThe name gamma function and the symbol \Gamma were introduced byaround 1811; Legendre also rewrote Euler's integral definition in its mode ...
Mary Pickford... seeing Rudolph Valentino in The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (1921) andin Little Lord Fauntleroy (1921), and changed the spelling of her name to ...
Vladimir Lenin... in which the Russian Social-Democratic Labour Party (bolshevik) headed bytoppled the Kerensky government in what they believed to be the first blow ...
Aaron Klug... cluded James D. Watson, Sydney Brenner, Alex Rich, the late Seymour Benzer,, Christof Koch, Pat Churchland, Vilayanur Ramachandran, Tomaso Poggio, th ...
Humphry Davy... nded to believe was a unified and organic Nature. The English scientist Sir, a prominent Romantic thinker, said that understanding nature required “a ...
Pierre-Simon Laplace... ntment of secretary to the Paris Observatory. He now became acquainted with, and through his influence was commissioned, with Jean-Baptiste Biot, to ...
H. Newell Martin... an, Gilman recruited internationally known luminaries such as the biologist; the physicist Henry A. Rowland (the first president of the American Phys ...
Yury LuzhkovRussia's officials are similarly adverse to Pride Parades. Mayor of Moscowhas repeatedly banned marches, calling them "satanic". Pride participants ...
Plato... ry or anthropology. In a prominent example from Ancient Greece, philosopher, when asked by a friend for a book to understand Athenian society, referr ...
Edwin B. Hart... alth, but which the body cannot synthesize. In 1907, Stephen M. Babcock andconducted the single-grain experiment, which took nearly four years to com ...
J. R. R. Tolkien... its abbreviated title The Hobbit, is a fantasy novel and children's book by. It was published on 21 September 1937 to wide critical acclaim, being no ...
Pliny the Elder... f Kos (flourished 4th century BC) was a renowned painter of ancient Greece., to whom we owe much of our knowledge of this artist (Naturalis Historia ...
S. H. Foulkes... psychoanalysis of groups were then taken up and developed by others such as, Rickman, Bridger, Main and Patrick De Mare. The entire group at Tavistoc ...
Hans Sloane... The first written record in English of the use of the word 'avocado' was byin a 1696 index of Jamaican plants. The plant was introduced to Indonesia ...
John Wesley Powell... up of settlers from Panguitch investigated the area, meeting members of theexpedition. Powell's group recommended any new community be named Escalant ...
Andrew Wiles... , the Oxford Calculators, Director-General of the BBC Mark Thompson and Sirwho proved Fermat's Last Theorem. , a famous Canadian neurosurgeon had als ...
Keith DevlinMathematicianand a restaurant industry association The Center for Consumer Freedom argu ...
Karl Schwarzschild... ion of general relativity that would characterize a black hole was found byin 1916, although its interpretation as a region of space from which nothi ...
Semmelweis... childbirth was spread by the hands of doctors and nurses, four years beforein Europe. There are many compelling stories in medicine and biology, such ...
Albert Einstein... 998, and others have been produced for the birthdays of notable people like, historical events like the interlocking Lego block's 50th anniversary an ...
Julius Robert von Mayer... k was soon allied with the theories of similar work by the German physicianand physicist and physiologist Hermann von Helmholtz on the conservation o ...
Giordano BrunoMany Christian writers, including Lactantius, Augustine,, Marsilio Ficino, Campanella and Giovanni Pico della Mirandola considered ...
Arthur C. Clarke... 25 seconds into the flight there was an "[U]nscheduled yaw-lift maneuver":wrote several years later that Mariner 1 was "wrecked by the most expensiv ...
Charles Babbage... orge Everest) of Indian thought on Boole, as well as Augustus De Morgan and
Frederic BartlettNot only Sassoon, but his patients as a whole, loved him and his colleaguewrote of hi
Claude Lévi-Strauss... oup of experimental writers where he met Roland Barthes, Georges Perec, and, all of whom influenced his later production. That same year, he turned d ...
Jean-Baptiste Biot... with Pierre-Simon Laplace, and through his influence was commissioned, with, to complete the meridian arc measurements which had been begun by J. B. ...
Jean-Marie Roland de la Platière... n 20 October 1792 a letter was read before the National Convention in which, interior minister, proposed that the furnishings of the palace and those ...
Joris Voorhoeve... blamed on Nijpels, who stood down as leader of the VVD. He was succeeded by. In 1989 the CDA-VVD cabinet fell over a minor point. In the subsequent e ...
Jean-Martin Charcot... was deeply impressed by the pioneering work in neurology done by Professor, having attended his lectures at the Salpêtrière hospital
Cornelius Lanczos... d has been criticized as cumbersome by some (the 20th-century mathematician, for example, called it "void of any rationality" and would instead use z ...
Patrick De Mare... p and developed by others such as S. H. Foulkes, Rickman, Bridger, Main and. The entire group at Tavistock had in fact been taken into the army, and ...
Oxford Calculators... Soddy. Other Merton alumni are Bodleian Library founder Thomas Bodley, the, Director-General of the BBC Mark Thompson and Sir Andrew Wiles who prove ...
David Hume... ence for their own products. Following their lead, the Scottish philosopherused Ogilby's work to illustrate the idea that common sense frequently app ...
Christof Koch... D. Watson, Sydney Brenner, Alex Rich, the late Seymour Benzer, Aaron Klug,, Pat Churchland, Vilayanur Ramachandran, Tomaso Poggio, the late Leslie O ...
Karl Marx... began essentially as a reaction to the Industrial Revolution. According to, industrialisation polarised society into the bourgeoisie (those who own ...
Terror management theory... s from existentialist psychology and shares many of the fundamental tenets., based on the writings of Ernest Becker and Otto Rank, is a developing ar ...
John B. Johnson... to New York. In 1928 the thermal noise in a resistor was first measured by, and Harry Nyquist provided the theoretical analysis. (This is now referr ...
Stephen Hawking... . A scientific theory can be thought of as a model of reality. According toin A Brief History of Time, "a theory is a good theory if it satisfies two ...
Bishop Colenso... gly began to regard King Cetshwayo, who now found no defender in Natal save, as having permitted such "outrages," and to be in a "defiant mood.
Carver MeadStructured VLSI design is a modular methodology originated byand Lynn Conway for saving microchip area by minimizing the interconnect f ...
Isaac Asimov... led the Empire novels or trilogy) is a science fiction sequence of three of's earliest novels, and extended to one short story. They are connected by ...
Max Henius... ed in 1911 by a group of Americans of Danish descent. The effort was led by, a Danish-American biochemist. In 1912 the park was given to the Danish s ...
Giuseppe Colombo... er, inspired by the orbital mechanics calculations of the Italian scientist, put the spacecraft into an orbit that repeatedly brought it back to Merc ...
Carl Friedrich Gaussrewrote Euler's product a
Galileo... s and quantum mechanics. Many mathematically inclined scientists, including, were also musicians
John Stuart MillFinally, with the help of contemporaries such asand Catherine Helen Spence, Hare popularised the idea of proportional repr ...
Harry Nyquist... the thermal noise in a resistor was first measured by John B. Johnson, andprovided the theoretical analysis. (This is now referred to as "Johnson no ...
Hermann von Helmholtz... the German physician Julius Robert von Mayer and physicist and physiologiston the conservation of forces
Karl Weierstrass... estigated the connection between the gamma function and elliptic integrals.further established the role of the gamma function in complex analysis, st ...
Raymond Aron... u, Walter Laqueur, Karl Popper, Eckhard Jesse, Leonard Schapiro, Adam Ulam,, Claude Lefort, Richard Löwenthal, Hannah Arendt, Robert Conquest, Karl D ...
Augustus De Morgan... uence (via her uncle George Everest) of Indian thought on Boole, as well asand Charles Babbage
Paul Davidson... greater emphases on worker friendly policies and re-distribution. Robinson,and Hyman Minsky were notable for emphasising the effects on the economy o ...
John BidwellThe City of Chico was founded in 1860 by, a member of one of the first wagon trains to reach California in 1843. D ...
John Stuart Mill... ition, in which the specific concept is defined as a measurable occurrence.pointed out the dangers of believing that anything that could be given a n ...
Lynn Conway... ructured VLSI design is a modular methodology originated by Carver Mead andfor saving microchip area by minimizing the interconnect fabrics area. Thi ...
Albert Einstein... apes. Some of the voices to be found include Thomas Edison, Amelia Earhart,, and Oscar Wilde. Bird Library is also home to the largest collection of ...
Irvin D. YalomThe existentialist psychotherapisthas identified what he refers to as the four "givens" or ultimate concerns ...
Noah Webster... d Norman-influenced spellings such as centre and colour; on the other hand,'s first guide to American spelling, published in 1783, preferred spelling ...
Manmohan Singh... ssimilated in cosmopolitan areas. India presently has a Sikh Prime Minister
Max RubnerIn the early 20th century, Carl Von Voit andindependently measured caloric energy expenditure in different species of ...
Seymour Benzer... uest speakers included James D. Watson, Sydney Brenner, Alex Rich, the late, Aaron Klug, Christof Koch, Pat Churchland, Vilayanur Ramachandran, Tomas ...
Léon Theremin... contact from the player. It is named after its Russian inventor, Professor, who patented the device in 1928. The controlling section usually consist ...
Hero of Alexandria... cientists added the inclined plane to the five simple machines described by. The force required to lift the load is reduced by pulling it up the ramp ...
Cheetah (comics)... resembled Darth Vader's helmet. In Doomsday after Sinestro, Black Manta andare abandoned by the rest of the Legion they take control of a mental devi ...
J. R. R. TolkienAuthorwas a Merton Professor of English Language and Literatur
Rajendra Kumar Pachauri... otable alumni with involvement in politics. Combining science and politics,is the elected chief of Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, an orga ...
Data... ryone, except Doctor Tolian Soran, has been killed by Romulans. The android, who recently installed a chip that enables emotions, helps engineer Geor ...
Alan CooperOn March 6, 1988showed Bill Gates his shell prototype that allowed widgets to be added dyn ...
Gilbert Vernam... "Johnson noise".) During the 1920s, the one-time pad cipher was invented byand Joseph Mauborgne at the laboratories. Bell Labs' Claude Shannon later ...
George Boole... acHale, in his George Boole: his life and work (1985, Boole Press) suggestsmay have been a model for Moriarty
Plato... Euripides, Herodotus, Julian, Justin, Livy, Lucan, Ovid, Pausanias, Pindar,, Plutarch, Sophocles, Strabo, Thucydides, and Xenophon
Stephen Jay Gould... elieving that anything that could be given a name must refer to a thing andand others have criticized psychologists for doing just that. A committed ...
Camillo Golgi... n most eukaryotic cells. It was identified in 1898 by the Italian physicianand named after him
Reiner Hartenstein... When introducing the hardware description language KARL in the mid' 1970s,coined the term "structured VLSI design" (originally as "structured LSI de ...
Albertus Magnus... uslim psychology and theory of knowledge influenced William of Auvergne and, while his metaphysics had an impact on the thought of Thomas Aquinas
Paul Davidson... ced to a large degree by Michał Kalecki, Joan Robinson, Nicholas Kaldor and. Keynes's biographer Lord Skidelsky writes that the Post Keynesian school ...
Christopher J. Date... model which itself is a precursor to creating or enhancing a database (see"An Introduction to Database Systems"). There are a number of different ap ...
Mary Pickford... ra Falls (because "all honeymooners went there"), and to Douglas Fairbanks,, and Charlie Chaplin in Hollywood, Chaplin creating a widely seen home mo ...
Samuel Johnson... fluential lexicographers (dictionary writers) on each side of the Atlantic.'s dictionary of 1755 greatly favoured Norman-influenced spellings such as ...
Camillo Golgi... served in detail. The apparatus was discovered in 1898 by Italian physicianduring an investigation of the nervous system. After first observing it un ...
Emmy van Deurzen... of a European version of existentialist psychotherapy is the British-based
Arnim Zola... ath." The Skull later fought Doctor Doom on the moon but was defeated. With, the Skull sought to transplant Hitler's brain into Captain America's bod ...
Désiré Charnay... rchaeological excavations were conducted in the 1880s by French antiquarian. A twenty year archaeological project under Jorge Acosta of Mexico's Nati ...
Sir Humphry Davy... that would burn without causing an explosion. At the same time, Cornishman, the eminent scientist was also looking at the problem. Despite his lack ...
John Michell... massive that even light could not escape was first put forward by geologistin a letter written to Henry Cavendish in 1783 of the Royal Society
Thomas Carlyle... rongly, and many would say harmfully, influenced by Romanticism. In Englishwas a highly influential essayist who turned historian, and both invented ...
Christiaan EijkmanIn 1896, Eugen Baumann observed iodine in thyroid glands. In 1897,worked with natives of Java, who also suffered from beriberi. Eijkman obse ...
James Callaghan... any references to the policy of the Labour governments of Harold Wilson and, with comments like "My top lip went all stiff and dead, as if it had bee ...
Keith MurdochIn October 1915, the journalistreported on the situation in Gallipoli at Fisher's request, and advised hi ...
Dmitri MendeleevIn 1871, existence of gallium was first predicted by Russian chemist, who named it "eka-aluminium" on the basis of its position in his periodi ...
Heraclides Ponticus... that the Greeks at first seemed to have known only one Sibyl, and instancesas the first ancient writer to distinguish several Sibyls: Heraclitus name ...
John Kendrew... with a Medical Research Council studentship, until he joined Max Perutz andat the Cavendish Laboratory. The Cavendish Laboratory at Cambridge was und ...
Peter Debye... t the forefront of scientific investigation of new phenomena and materials.received a degree in electrical engineering and a doctorate in physics bef ...
Thomas Jefferson... of a secret Latin motto. William and Mary alumnus and third U.S. Presidentwas perhaps the most famous member of the F.H.C.; other notable members of ...
AristotleAround 330 BC,maintained on the basis of physical theory and observational evidence that ...
Asa Gray... a strong interest in flowers, which she learned to classify with a copy of's . She also collected butterflies and moths and later wrote, "I believe ...
David Dumville... y the supposed Arthurian connection to the site. Following the arguments of, Alcock felt the site was too late and too uncertain to be a tenable Came ...
Paul Samuelson... ate 1930s and 1940s, economists (notably John Hicks, Franco Modigliani, and) attempted to interpret and formalise Keynes's writings in terms of forma ...
Paul Davidson... in the Journal of Post Keynesian Economics (founded by Sidney Weintraub and), the Cambridge Journal of Economics, the Review of Political Economy and ...
Des MacHale... o abstruse that no one could criticise it, was published in September 1914., in his George Boole: his life and work (1985, Boole Press) suggests Geor ...
Jacob Christian Schäffer... he January 1752 issue of "The Gentlemen's Magazine," a British publication.'s washing machine design was published 1767 in Germany. In 1782, Henry Si ...
Robert Duvall... f. It starred Natasha Richardson as Offred, Faye Dunaway as Serena Joy, andas The Commander (Fred)
Béla Bartók... classical music rather late, thanks to his teachers at university. He cites, Igor Stravinsky, Perotin, Leonin, Claude Debussy and Organum musical sty ...
John Wesley PowellThe first recorded ascent was in 1868 by the surveying party of. The East Face of the mountain is quite steep, and is surmounted by a gig ...
Luboš Motl... string theory. The book was criticized by physicists Joseph Polchinski and
Plato... nevertheless well known to his fellow northern-born philosopher Aristotle.is said to have disliked him so much that he wished all his books burned. ...
Kristian Birkeland... t, became a subject of academic research within the study of solar physics.explained the physics of aurora by creating artificial aurora in his labor ...
Franco ModiglianiIn the late 1930s and 1940s, economists (notably John Hicks,, and Paul Samuelson) attempted to interpret and formalise Keynes's writin ...
Sigmund FreudRivers's methods are often, somewhat unfairly, said to have stemmed from(essays such as gladly compare the two) however, this is not truly the cas ...
Carl Friedrich GaussFollowing an indication of, Rocktaeschel (1922) proposed for lngamma an approximation for large Re(z ...
Albert Frey-WysslingIn 1978,suggested that the term organelle should refer only to structures that con ...
Joseph Polchinski... te about the merits of string theory. The book was criticized by physicistsand Luboš Motl
Augustus De Morgan... plagiarism for verbatim copying without acknowledgment by Jacob Thomasius.later called it "the true parent of all the Encyclopædias, or collections ...
Paul Emile Lecoq de BoisbaudranGallium was discovered spectroscopically byin 1875 by its characteristic spectrum (two violet lines) in an examinatio ...
Gheorghe MarinescuBetween July 1898 and 1901 the Romanian professormade several science films in his neurology clinic in Bucharest: The walki ...
Paul Davidson... ndency, and the key differences between the primary and industrial sectors.follows Keynes closely in placing time and uncertainty at the centre of th ...
Melanie Klein... analysis increased, he underwent training analysis, between 1946–1952, with. He met his second wife, Francesca, at the Tavistock in 1951. He joined a ...
John Polkinghorne... tion of black holes. In his book Questions of Truth, the particle physicisthas another difficulty with Smolin's thesis, in that one cannot impose the ...
Aristotle... ocritus was nevertheless well known to his fellow northern-born philosopher. Plato is said to have disliked him so much that he wished all his books ...
Lafayette Mendel... amins) and named vitamin C as the then-unknown substance preventing scurvy.and Thomas Osborne also performed pioneering work on vitamins A and B. In ...
John HicksIn the late 1930s and 1940s, economists (notably, Franco Modigliani, and Paul Samuelson) attempted to interpret and formal ...
Johann Wolfgang von GoetheAn early German influence came from, whose 1774 novel The Sorrows of Young Werther had young men throughout E ...
Paolo MatthiaeIn 1964, a team of Italian archaeologists under the direction ofof the University of Rome La Sapienza performed a series of excavations of ...
EratosthenesThe Earth's circumference was first determined around 240 BC by. Eratosthenes knew that in Syene, in Egypt, the Sun was directly overhead ...
Bill JamesOnce asked if he thought Henderson was a future Hall of Famer, statisticianreplied, "If you could split him in two, you'd have two Hall of Famers.
Larry Page... such as with Google Image Search. Google Search was originally developed byand Sergey Brin in 1997. Google Search provides at least 22 special featur ...
Adrien-Marie Legendre... Bernoulli, Leonhard Euler, Joseph-Louis Lagrange, Pierre-Simon Laplace, and. At the end of the century, the members of the French Academy of Sciences ...
PlatoLike Heraclitus,speaks of only one Sibyl, but in course of time the number increased to ni ...
Taylor Booth... eir 1949 book "The Mathematical Theory of Communication". Another source isin his 1967 book "Sequential Machines and Automata Theory". Another possib ...
Saunders Mac Lane, one of the founders of category theory, is said to have remarked, "I did ...
Amanda Woodward... ncy run by Hillary Michaels (played by Linda Gray), the mother of Melrose's. An updated version of the series, also called Melrose Place, premiered o ...
Walter A. ShewhartIn 1924, Bell Labs physicist Dr.proposed the control chart as a method to determine when a process was in ...
James R. Schlesinger... t Fighter (ACF) competition in an announcement by U.S. Secretary of Defensein April 1974. Schlesinger also made it clear that any ACF order would be ...
Xu Shen... Ban Zhao (45–116 CE). There were dictionaries such as the Shuowen Jiezi by(c. 58 – c. 147 CE) and the Fangyan by Yang Xiong. Biographies on importan ...
Samuel Johnson... of Jonathan Swift, v. 13, Oxford UP, 1959, p. 123), a sentiment with whichagreed. Historian said in 1977 that More was "the first great Englishman w ...
Marlon Brando... Sundance Kid's character before. Warren Beatty was then considered, as was, but the role of Sundance eventually went to the lesser-known Redford. (I ...
Plato... , so they would not remember their past lives. The Myth of Er at the end of's Republic tells of the dead arriving at the "plain of Lethe", through wh ...
Ptolemy... m that was used for terrestrial maps in the same way as Marinus of Tyre and, who were contemporaries
Mircea Eliade... ve been a dominant religious practice for humanity during the Palaeolithic.writes, "A first definition of this complex phenomenon, and perhaps the le ...
SpockLeonard Nimoy and DeForest Kelley declined to appear. Their lines, asand McCoy, were modified for Doohan and Koenig. In Scotty's case, it creat ...
Joan Robinson... subsequent development was influenced to a large degree by Michał Kalecki,, Nicholas Kaldor and Paul Davidson. Keynes's biographer Lord Skidelsky wr ...
James Callaghan... sh from the Industrial North East and Northern Irish. Former Prime Minister's father was a Protestant from Northern Ireland. Similarly, some of the l ...
Thor HeyerdahlMany species were introduced to the Galápagos by pirates.quoted documents that mention the Viceroy of Peru, knowing that British pi ...
Srinivasa Ramanujan... vogue, and was appointed to a chair partly on the strength of this result.wrote about generalisations of the binomial theorem, and earned a reputati ...
Elmer McCollumIn 1913,discovered the first vitamins, fat soluble vitamin A, and water soluble vi ...
Karl Dietrich BracherThe German historian, whose work is primarily concerned with Nazi Germany, argues that the "to ...
Nikola Tesla... 30 km, was installed at Cerchi, Italy. At an AIEE meeting on May 16, 1888,delivered a lecture entitled , describing the equipment which allowed effi ...
Charles Samuel Myers... d his official post as Lecturer in Experimental Psychology in favour of Dr., and now held only a lectureship on the physiology of the special senses. ...
Rexford TugwellEven so, New Dealerlater remarked that although no one would say so at the time, "practically ...
Rupert Murdoch... une 2007 Lewis-Smith's company made a programme featuring an interview with, funded by Murdoch's Sky1 channel: How TV Changed Football Forever (Guard ...
Max Perutz... Bridget Fell, with a Medical Research Council studentship, until he joinedand John Kendrew at the Cavendish Laboratory. The Cavendish Laboratory at ...
Prandtl... an be compressed. Some other methods are isentropic compressions, including-Meyer compressions. The method of compression of a gas results in differe ...
Michał Kalecki... es, although its subsequent development was influenced to a large degree by, Joan Robinson, Nicholas Kaldor and Paul Davidson. Keynes's biographer Lo ...
Bengt LidforssLater, both terms came to be used side by side:wrote 1915 (in German) about "Organs or Organells"
Pim Fortuyn... larized Dutch general election of 2002, dominated by the rise and murder of, the VVD lost fourteen seats, leaving only twenty-four. The VVD nonethele ...
Alfred Winslow Jones... om short selling (this law was lifted in 1997). A few years later, in 1949,founded a fund (that was unregulated) that bought stocks while selling oth ...
David Hume... rous first-class minds in the sciences including John Playfair, philosopherand economist Adam Smith. Hutton held no position in Edinburgh University ...
Leucippus... Thrace, Greece. He was an influential pre-Socratic philosopher and pupil of, who formulated an atomic theory for the cosmos
Casimir FunkIn 1912,coined the term vitamin, a vital factor in the diet, from the words "vital ...
Carl Sagan... he charting/graphing routines were written in Forth by Jeremy Sagan (son of) and the printing routines by Paul Funk (founder of Funk Software)
J. Val KlumpThe first person to reach the deep bottom of Lake Michigan was, a scientist at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee. Klump reached the ...
Oscar Hertwigandstill referred to cellular organs
John Maynard Keynes... s is a school of economic thought with its origins in The General Theory of, although its subsequent development was influenced to a large degree by ...
Jan van Vliet... no-one dares to utter his name." Another 17th-century writer, the Dutchman, remarked that the King of Siam was "honoured and worshipped by his subje ...
Leslie Alcock... aeological dig in the 20th century. These excavations, led by archaeologistfrom 1966–70, were titled "Cadbury-Camelot," and won much media attention, ...
Louis Agassiz... m the fossils that are found in the limestone along the Iowa River. In 1866, a Harvard University zoologist, gave a lecture at the nearby University ...
Pythagoras... nt authorities in the doxographic tradition credited the Greek philosophers, in the 6th century BC, and Parmenides, in the 5th, with recognizing that ...
Carl Friedrich Gauss... f the academic papers are reversed, they describe real mathematical events.wrote a famous paper on the dynamics of an asteroid in his early 20s, whic ...
Oliver Stone... shot for the film World Trade Center, starring Nicolas Cage and directed by, with Glen Rock having had 11 residents who were killed in the September ...
Henry Sidgwick... y" as our highest concern. Such an inclusion would pave the way for ethics.longed for the fusion of ethics and rationality and, while Parfit admits t ...
Alexander Graham Bell... is Pasteur, Louis Agassiz, John Greenleaf Whittier, Michel Eugène Chevreul,, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Arthur de Gobineau, Frédéric Mistral, Alessa ...
Dumville... tten in his name in certain manuscripts. However, more recent scholarship (, 1985) dismisses the Nennian preface as a late forgery, and argues for ch ...
Clemens Timpler"In the works of authors likeof Heidelberg and Steinfurt, Bartolomaeus Keckermann of Heidelberg and Dan ...
John Playfair... ment, and fell in with numerous first-class minds in the sciences including, philosopher David Hume and economist Adam Smith. Hutton held no position ...
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe... illaise" as a major motif in his overture Hermann und Dorothea, inspired by, and quotes it, in waltz rhythm, in the first movement of Faschingsschwan ...
Richard Goldschmidt... sion to the possibility of acquired traits. Many years later the geneticistput the case forward as an example of evolution by saltation, bypassing in ...
John Michell... too strong for light to escape were first considered in the 18th century byand Pierre-Simon Laplace. The first modern solution of general relativity ...
Nicholas Barbon... n 1630 he married his wife Sarah, with whom he would have at least one son,
Nicander... n attacks Artemis while hunting on Chios, and the Scorpion kills him there., in his Theriaca, has the scorpion of ordinary size and hiding under a sm ...
Percy Williams Bridgman... terms of the operations that count as measuring it. The term was coined byand is a part of the process of operationalization. One might use definiti ...
Joseph Black... s through the Royal Society of Edinburgh. He was particularly friendly with, and the two of them together with Adam Smith founded the Oyster Club for ...
Joan Robinson... ideas and insights. However even in the early years Post Keynesians such assought to distance themselves from Keynes himself and much current Post Ke ...
Simon Newcomb... hat Doyle based his fictional character Moriarty on the American astronomer. Newcomb was revered as a multitalented genius, with a special mastery of ...
Alexander von Humboldt... s were over. The first letter he received, while in the lazaretto, was from; and this was the origin of a connection which, in Arago's words, lasted ...
Pliny the Elder... around topsy-turvy under the Earth to be absurd. But by the 1st century AD,was in a position to claim that everyone agrees on the spherical shape of ...
William Cumming RoseIn the 1930s,identified essential amino acids, necessary protein components which the b ...
Léon Theremin... a young Russian physicist named Lev Sergeivich Termen (known in the West as) in October 1920 after the outbreak of the Russian civil war. After a len ...
Adam Smith... cholars point to Keynes as representing the ideals of modern liberalism, asrepresented the ideals of classical liberalism. After the war Winston Chur ...
Hermann Minkowski... than 2 n d(L) contains a non-zero lattice point. The theorem was proved byin 1889 and became the foundation of the branch of number theory called th ...
Isaac Asimov... the "Most overrated" and "Most underrated" authors, Thomas Disch identifiedand Gene Wolfe, respectively, writing: "...all too many have already gone ...
David Bohm... ect and real physical interpretation of matter-waves, following the work of. The de Broglie-Bohm theory is today the only interpretation giving real ...
Carl Joachim Friedrich... , Richard Löwenthal, Hannah Arendt, Robert Conquest, Karl Dietrich Bracher,and Juan Linz describe totalitarianism in slightly different ways. They al ...
Michel Eugène Chevreul... ding Richard Wagner, Louis Pasteur, Louis Agassiz, John Greenleaf Whittier,, Alexander Graham Bell, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Arthur de Gobineau, F ...
Sir William Hamilton... an to lessen when in 1772 the Museum acquired its first antiquities of note;'s collection of Greek vases. During the few years after its foundation t ...
Albert Szent-Györgyi... vitamin D, for which he won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1928. In 1928,isolated ascorbic acid, and in 1932 proved that it is vitamin C by prevent ...
Karl Dietrich Bracher... ond Aron, Claude Lefort, Richard Löwenthal, Hannah Arendt, Robert Conquest,, Carl Joachim Friedrich and Juan Linz describe totalitarianism in slightl ...
John Kenneth Galbraith... ing on a scale sufficient to eliminate unemployment. According to economist(then a US government official charged with controlling inflation), in the ...
Nicholas Kaldor... elopment was influenced to a large degree by Michał Kalecki, Joan Robinson,and Paul Davidson. Keynes's biographer Lord Skidelsky writes that the Post ...
Mary Somerville... t in 1833, and it was first published in Whewell's anonymous 1834 review of's On the Connexion of the Physical Sciences published in the Quarterly Re ...
Adam Smith... the sciences including John Playfair, philosopher David Hume and economist. Hutton held no position in Edinburgh University and communicated his sci ...
Nicolaus Copernicus... , and teacher. He is perhaps best known for his trigonometric tables and as's sole pupil. He facilitated the publication of his master's De revolutio ...
Stanley Coren... epts of "intelligence" and "obedience" in discussions of canine brainpower.'s survey of canine obedience trainers, published in the book The Intellig ...
Chris LambertsenA total of 3,319 graduates were commissioned during World War II. Dr.held the first closed-circuit oxygen SCUBA course in the United States for ...
William Hamilton... ion towards its collection of antiquities, since its foundation, was by Sir(1730–1803), British Ambassador to Naples, who sold his collection of Gree ...
Leonard Susskind... d debate refers to the series of intense postings in 2004 by Lee Smolin and, concerning Smolin’s argument: "[The] Anthropic Principle cannot yield an ...
Gerrit Zalm... stal stood down, and was replaced by the popular former minister of finance. After a few months Zalm "pulled the plug" on the VVD-CDA-LPF-cabinet, af ...
Sergey Brin... ogle Image Search. Google Search was originally developed by Larry Page andin 1997. Google Search provides at least 22 special features beyond the or ...
Pavel Chekov... he year 2293, recently retired Captain James T. Kirk, Montgomery Scott, andattend the maiden voyage of the Starship USS Enterprise-B. During the voya ...
Claudius Ptolemaeus... e Nile one must travel to reach it. Maps of Egypt, based on the 2nd century' mammoth work Geographia, have been circling in Europe since the late 14t ...
Zbigniew BrzezinskiThe political scientists Carl Friedrich andwere primarily responsible for expanding the usage of the term in universi ...
Gerald Posner... Pepper's claims that the government killed King. He is supported by authorwho has researched and written about the assassination. In 2003, William P ...
Pavel Polian... he Soviet archives have been accessible to researchers. The Russian scholarin 2001 published an account of the deportations during the Soviet era, , ...
William Osler... become major figures in the emerging field of academic medicine, including, William Halsted, Howard Kelly, and William Welch. During this period Hop ...
Greg Fleet... some of the best stand-up comedians from around the world with the likes of, Akmal Saleh, Gina Yashere and Jeff Green in sold-out performances. Local ...
William WhewellEnglish philosopher and historian of sciencecoined the term scientist in 1833, and it was first published in Whewell's ...
Peter Woit... . In the same year as that in which The Trouble with Physics was published,also published a book for nonspecialists, whose conclusion was similar to ...
Aratus... ed either Artemis or the Hyperborean maiden Opis in her band of huntresses.'s brief description, in his Astronomy, conflates the elements of the myth ...
Dr. Alan Ashton... Young University (BYU) graduate student, and BYU computer science professorjoined forces to design a word processing system for the city of Orem's Da ...
Béla Bartók... as Le chant de la pauvreté op. 92 in 1928 and Veni creator op. 123 in 1938.composed the secular Cantata Profana, subtitled "The Nine Splendid Stags" ...
Vannoccio Biringuccio... lacksmiths pounded heated metal repeatedly until bonding occurred. In 1540,published De la pirotechnia, which includes descriptions of the forging op ...
Adam Smithof his hopes that's 'invisible hand' can help Britain out of the economic hole it is in: "I ...
Joseph Black... ngs of the Royal Society of Edinburgh in two parts, the first by his friendon 7 March 1785, and the second by himself on 4 April 1785. Hutton subsequ ...
J. R. R. Tolkien... because I'd read it." One work that made a particular impression on him was's The Lord of the Rings from his school library, although it only had the ...
Juan Linz... Arendt, Robert Conquest, Karl Dietrich Bracher, Carl Joachim Friedrich anddescribe totalitarianism in slightly different ways. They all agree, howev ...
Makoto Kobayashi... could be broken too, winning them the 1980 Nobel Prize in Physics. In 1973,and Toshihide Maskawa showed that CP violation in the weak interaction req ...
Hyman Minsky... n worker friendly policies and re-distribution. Robinson, Paul Davidson andwere notable for emphasising the effects on the economy of the practical d ...
Adolf Otto Reinhold Windaus... ed that trace amounts of copper are necessary for iron absorption. In 1927,synthesized vitamin D, for which he won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 19 ...
Antiphon... ly less known because they are more technical and legal are the orations by, Demosthenes, Lysias, Isocrates and many others. The Attic Greek of the p ...
Linus Pauling... 25. Bragg was influential in the effort to beat a leading American chemist,, to the discovery of DNA's structure (after having been 'pipped-at-the-po ...
William Lyon Mackenzie King... hat St-Laurent finally agreed to enter politics when Liberal Prime Ministerappealed to his sense of duty in late 1941
Louis Agassiz... correspondents became his friends, including Richard Wagner, Louis Pasteur,, John Greenleaf Whittier, Michel Eugène Chevreul, Alexander Graham Bell, ...
J. R. R. Tolkien's... play somewhat similar to Dungeons & Dragons, and a storyline reminiscent ofThe Lord of the Rings. Later, two other games were released in this series ...
Crates of MallusIn the 2nd century BC,devised a terrestrial sphere which divided the Earth into four continents, ...
Otto Rank... list psychology and psychoanalysis, which first crystallized in the work of, Freud's closest associate for 20 years. Without awareness of the writing ...
John Ellis... move to MIU in 1984 surprised and puzzled his colleagues. Howard Georgi andtried to talk him out of it. But, according to Georgi, Hagelin "continued ...
Adolphe Quetelet... e of body fat. It was devised between 1830 and 1850 by the Belgian polymathduring the course of developing "social physics". Body mass index is defin ...
Bertrand Russell... uch as lecturing at Birkbeck College, University of London. The philosophertook an interest in Vivienne while the newlyweds stayed in his flat. Some ...
George Bernard Shaw... n 1956, Lerner and Loewe's My Fair Lady first appeared. Their adaptation of's Pygmalion, with the leads, Henry Higgins and Eliza Doolittle, being pla ...
Kang the Conqueror... im a truly cosmic threat. He was further aided by Korvac, who was posing as. He was sent to Galactus' ship to steal more power (in particular the pow ...
Ralph Hartley... in part on earlier work in the field by Bell researchers Harry Nyquist and, but it greatly extended these. Bell Labs also introduced a series of inc ...
Averroes... ert was received at Paris as an authority equal to Aristotle, Avicenna, and, leading Bacon to proclaim that "never in the world [had] such monstrosit ...
Tom Duff... les the Bourne shell, but its syntax is somewhat simpler. It was created by, who is better known for an unusual C programming language construct call ...
Georges Cuvier... ssible at the time due to religious reasons, and would not become so beforedemonstrated it as fact, but also because many scientists doubted the dodo ...
William Everson... indbergh, George Gershwin and Charlie Chaplin. Later visitors have included, Robert Bly, Czesław Miłosz and Edward Abbey
Lex LuthorThe Legion of Doom is a group of supervillains led bythat appeared in Challenge of the Super Friends, an ABC animated series th ...
Jean Baudrillard... of the second half of the 20th century. The seminal work in this respect is's (b.1929) L'échange symbolique et la mort (1976), in which Baudrillard c ...
Thomas Jefferson... continued to hold him in high regard as a moral teacher (see, for example,'s famous Jefferson Bible and Matthew Tindal's Christianity as Old as the ...
René Descartes... ipotent would mean the omnipotent being is above logic. A view supported byHe issues this idea in his Meditations on First Philosophy
Al-Kindi... as Ptolemy, earlier Persian and Muslim scientists and philosophers such as(Alkindus), Al-Farabi (Alfarabi) and Abū Rayhān al-Bīrūnī
Amihai Mazar... design and build. Other archaeologists in Israel, including Amnon Ben-Tor,, William Dever and Lawrence Stager, reject this theory, claiming that it ...
Lacépède... defined by Linnaeus. It was later assigned as the type species of Dugong byand further classified within its own family by Gray and subfamily by
Johann Baptiste Horvath... ical approximation. A representative contemporary textbook was published by. By the end of the century analytical treatments were rigorous enough to ...
Paul Volcker... ree year contraction of the money supply by the Federal Reserve Board under, initiated in the last year of Carter's presidency, and long term easing ...
Evgeny Lifshitz... is view was held in particular by Vladimir Belinsky, Isaak Khalatnikov, and, who tried to prove that no singularities appear in generic solutions. Ho ...
Alhazen... and lenses. His research in optics was primarily oriented by the legacy ofthrough a Latin translation of the latter's monumental Kitab al-manazir (D ...
Rollo Beck... tember 1904, an expedition of the Academy of Sciences of California, led by, stayed in the Galápagos collecting scientific material on geology, entom ...
John Evelyn... in his Tour of the whole Island of Great Britain (1724) wrote of the City:(1620–1706) Royalist, Traveller and Diarist wrote to Sir Thomas Browne
Richard Trevithick... ding inventors. Watt's monopoly may have prevented other inventors, such as, William Murdoch or Jonathan Hornblower, from introducing improved steam ...
Margaret ThatcherIn 1989, U.S. Ambassador Charles Price and British Prime Ministerdedicated a bronze statue of Eisenhower in Grosvenor Square, London. The s ...
The Rev. J. McEnery... cating the prehistoric coexistence there of humans and now-extinct animals.explored the cave between 1825 and 1829 and put forth the coexistence theo ...
Adam Smith's... the development of the political and sociological analyses, culminating inThe Wealth of Nations. One of the main arguments for capitalism, presented ...
Milton Friedman... cluded Austrian school economist Ludwig von Mises along with the then young. Initially the society had little impact on the wider world – Hayek was t ...
Albertus MagnusIn the Opus Minus he criticizes his contemporaries Alexander of Hales andwho, he says, had not studied the philosophy of Aristotle but only acquire ...
Wau Holland... piration for many hackers and reversers, a friend of the founder of the CCC, and a motivation for Jon Lech Johansen to understand the inner workings ...
Harry Nyquist... Journal. It built in part on earlier work in the field by Bell researchersand Ralph Hartley, but it greatly extended these. Bell Labs also introduce ...
Thomas Edison... o all of Manhattan. Con Edison's electric business traces its roots back to's Edison Electric Illuminating Company, the first investor-owned electric ...
Martin Lister... gs (or Jenyns), a Member of Parliament, and Frances Thornhurst. Her uncle () was a prominent naturalist. Richard Jennings came into contact with Jame ...
James Clerk MaxwellIn 1873 Heaviside had encountered's newly published, and today famous, two-volume Treatise on Electricity a ...
Thomas NagelRecently,has elaborated on the concept of original position, arguing that social et ...
Avicenna... preachers. Albert was received at Paris as an authority equal to Aristotle,, and Averroes, leading Bacon to proclaim that "never in the world [had] s ...
James Watt... g the workings of an invention the patent system rewarded inventors such asby allowing them to monopolise the production of the first steam engines, ...
János Apáczai Csere... erman professors brought in improve standards. Among the students there was. He died in Gyulafehérvár
John Harsanyi... concept of the original position was first used by the Hungarian economist. Harsanyi claimed that a person in the original position would maximize h ...
Leó SzilárdIn August 1939prepared and Albert Einstein signed the famous letter warning President Fr ...
Ferdinand Georg Frobenius... he subfield with p elements. It is called the Frobenius automorphism, after
Lawrence Stager... logists in Israel, including Amnon Ben-Tor, Amihai Mazar, William Dever and, reject this theory, claiming that it is contradicted by scientific under ...
Weierstrass... me in mathematics until the late 19th century. The epsilon-delta version ofand Cauchy developed a rigorous formulation of the logic and calculus invo ...
Ira Remsen... he medical school. Other graduate schools were opened to women by presidentonly in 1907. Christine Ladd-Franklin was the first woman to earn a PhD at ...
William CochranIn 1951, together withand Vladimir Vand, Crick assisted in the development of a mathematical the ...
Claude Shannon... ication", one of the founding works in information theory, was published byin the Bell System Technical Journal. It built in part on earlier work in ...
Bohuslav BraunerIn 1902,suggested there was an element with properties intermediate between those ...
John Maynard Keynes... ted with other men who would greatly influence him like G. Lowes Dickinson,, Walter Lamb (brother of painter Henry Lamb), George Mallory, Bertrand Ru ...
Robert Grosseteste... ediated through the influence that this Muslim scholar had on the optics of. Moreover, Bacon's investigations of the properties of the magnifying gla ...
Baron von MuellerGiles' friendraised a subscription so that a new expedition could be made. The services ...
Cieszkowski... ing it into Past, Present, and Future. In his Prolegomena to Historiosophy,argues that we have gone from Art (the Past), which was a stage of contemp ...
Robert HübnerSpassky won an exhibition match overat Solingen, 1977 by 3½–2½, then defeated Lubomir Kavalek, also at Solinge ...
Rupert Murdoch... ould have an enormous impact on the sport of rugby league in the 1990s when's News Corporation sought worldwide broadcasting rights and refused to ta ...
Albert EinsteinIn August 1939 Leó Szilárd prepared andsigned the famous letter warning President Franklin D. Roosevelt of the pr ...
Euclid... results. Likewise there is contrast between the practices of Pythagoras and. While Euclid was the originator of what we now understand as the publish ...
Brandon Carter... both rotating and electrically charged. Through the work of Werner Israel,, and David Robinson the no-hair theorem emerged, stating that a stationar ...
Christine Ladd-Franklin... graduate schools were opened to women by president Ira Remsen only in 1907.was the first woman to earn a PhD at Hopkins, in mathematics in 1882. The ...
Gesell, Silvio... nst Leopold III of Belgium - Genk - Geography of Belgium - Geraardsbergen -- Gevaert, Lieven - Ghent - Gingelom - Gistel - Goffin, Albert - Gordel (D ...
Vladimir Nabokov... on a winter's night a traveler was "clearly" influenced by the writings of. The book was also influenced by the author's membership in the Oulipo; t ...
Superia... due to their exposure to the Super-Soldier formula. When the evil scientistoffered Captain America a cure, Captain America refused it because Superia ...
Al-Kindi... ok entitled: "Manuscript on Deciphering Cryptographic Messages", written by(801–873 CE). In his book, Al-Kindi gave a detailed description of how to ...
Franz Boas# Pochutec (Uto-Aztecan last documented 1917 by# Polabian (a Slavic language): (late 18th century) # Sadlermiut Died by d ...
Alfred Cort HaddonThe turning point came in 1898 whenseduced "Rivers from the path of virtue... (for psychology then was a chas ...
Isaac Newton... adition established by the Cambridge University Physicist and mathematician. Where Descartes held that all motions should be explained with respect t ...
Sir John Randall... included in a written progress report for the King's College laboratory offrom late 1952
SimpliciusAccording to, Diogenes the Cynic said nothing upon hearing Zeno's arguments, but stood ...
Stephen Harper... roduced a minority government for the opposition Conservative Party, makingprime minister. Martin stepped down as parliamentary leader after the elec ...
Alexander Stokes... 1951, Wilkins came to Cambridge and shared his data with Watson and Crick.(another expert in helical diffraction theory) and Wilkins (both at King's ...
Archibald Menziesled a party from the Vancouver Expedition in the first successful ascent t ...
Kevin WarwickCyborg scientistis also a Coventrian, as is Sir John Egan, industrialist and former Chief ...
Virgilio Canio Corbo... edicule, and the temple enclosure would have reached back slightly further., a Franciscan priest and archaeologist, who was present at the excavation ...
Marija Gimbutas... has contributed to the films Signs Out of Time: The Story of Archaeologist, Goddess Remembered, The Burning Times, and Full Circle. She participated ...
David Hume... ose of natural theology. This became a point of attack for thinkers such asas they studied the "natural history of religion"
Marija Gimbutas... hought to be the antecedent of the city of Elbląg (Elbing). In the words of, "the name of the town is the earliest known historically in the Baltic S ...
James Hetfield... due to drinking, drug use, violent behavior and personality conflicts withand Lars Ulrich, Mustaine and bassist Dave Ellefson formed Megadeth in Los ...
Vladimir Lenin... ere located. On 7 July a government decree ordering the arrest and trial ofwas published. He was forced to go underground, just as he had been under ...
Richard StallmanSince October 2000, Fravia got in touch withat a LinuxDay event in Milan to which they were invited by a common friend ...
Charles Darwin... was the basis of a lifelong friendship between Rivers and the genial son of
Philip Lieberman... ess is not complete until age six to eight years. Some researchers, such as, Dennis Klatt, Brant de Boer and Kenneth Stevens using computer-modeling ...
Werner Israel... ck hole that is both rotating and electrically charged. Through the work of, Brandon Carter, and David Robinson the no-hair theorem emerged, stating ...
Harry Hess... s the continents with it) as it expands from a central axis was proposed byfrom Princeton University in the 1960s. The theory is well-accepted now, a ...
Statistical consultant... sciplines, including natural and social sciences, government, and business.s are available to provide help for organizations and companies without di ...
Dungal... rs discussed Macrobius's view of the antipodes. One of them, the Irish monk, asserted that the tropical gap between our habitable region and the othe ...
Charles DarwinIn 1959, the centenary year of's publication of The Origin of Species, the Ecuadorian government declare ...
Oliver StoneAfter several delays, directorfinally started production on the film The Doors, based on the band of the ...
Henry Moseley... wn elements neodymium (60) and samarium (62); this was confirmed in 1914 bywho, having measured the atomic numbers of all the elements then known, fo ...
Isaac Newton... wever, must be made of the most important of them all: his biography of Sir. In 1831 he published a short popular account of the philosopher's life i ...
Abdus Salam... ies for International Year of Physics 2005. Pakistani theoretical physicistwon a Nobel Prize in Physics for his work on the electroweak interaction
William Feller... uld return one day so that he could learn all of the math necessary to read's famous two-volume treatise on probability theory, An Introduction to Pr ...
Erik Erikson... interactive parts of identity formation, which includes religious identity.compared faith with doubt and found that healthy adults take heed to their ...
Ernest RutherfordRadiometric dating has been carried out since 1905 when it was invented byas a method by which one might determine the age of the Earth. In the cent ...
Arnim Zola... es events to his own ends, with the aid of Doctor Faustus, Doctor Doom, and. His plans involved the reunion of Captain America and his former lover S ...
Nathaniel Branden... e first read Rand's works in their "formative years." Rand's former protégéreferred to Rand's "especially powerful appeal to the young," while Onkar ...
Simplicius'sandcommentary thereon) are essentially equivalent to one another. Aristotle o ...
Roy KerrIn this period more general black hole solutions were found. In 1963,found the exact solution for a rotating black hole. Two years later, Ezra ...
Leonhard Euler... academies on the Continent, led by such mathematicians as Daniel Bernoulli,, Joseph-Louis Lagrange, Pierre-Simon Laplace, and Adrien-Marie Legendre. ...
Ewald Hering... d in the subject. He had been captivated by Head's accounts of the works ofand had absorbed his views on colour vision and the nature of vital proces ...
D.G. Hogarth... ing. Emily Torday collected in Central Africa, Aurel Stein in Central Asia,, Leonard Woolley and T. E. Lawrence excavated at Carchemish. In 1918, bec ...
Pierre GassendiThe friend of Gui Patin, ofand all the liberal thinkers of his time, Naudé was no mere bookworm; his ...
Pierre-Simon Laplace... mathematicians as Daniel Bernoulli, Leonhard Euler, Joseph-Louis Lagrange,, and Adrien-Marie Legendre. At the end of the century, the members of the ...
Gian-Carlo Rota... nce algebras of locally finite posets were treated in a number of papers ofbeginning in 1964, and by many later combinatorialists. Rota's 1964 paper ...
Karl Popper... d and incurable" could ignore the trend towards totalitarianism, said Carr., in The Open Society and Its Enemies (1945) and The Poverty of Historicis ...
Braj Kachrudivides the use of English into three concentric circles
Richard Hamming... (and who subsequently shared the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1956). In 1947,invented Hamming codes for error detection and correction. For patent reas ...
Charles Babbage... m regular communication among those in the field of science. In a review of's book Decline of Science in England in John Murray's Quarterly Review, h ...
Alfred Russel Wallace... the Linnean Society (which led Darwin to publish On the Origin of Species)says of the evolutionary principle
Milton Friedman... article with the title inspired by a possibly tongue-in-cheek comment from, a comment later echoed by U.S. President Richard Nixon, that "We are all ...
Sam Newman... ckyard with Don Burke, Rex Hunt's fishing show, and The AFL Footy Show with. Stuart Littlemore, who at the time was hosting the media commentary show ...
George FitzGerald... iction of what is now known as Cherenkov radiation, and inspired his friendto suggest what now is known as the Lorentz-Fitzgerald contraction
Muhammad Yunus... President of the United States, Al Gore, Economist and Nobel Prize winner,, author and columnist, William Safire, environmental justice advocate Maj ...
David FinkelsteinIn 1958,identified the Schwarzschild surface as an event horizon, "a perfect unidi ...
Bomhoff... he plug" on the VVD-CDA-LPF-cabinet, after infighting between LPF ministersand Heinsbroek
John of London... . The mathematicians whom he considered perfect were Peter of Maricourt and, and two were good: Campanus of Novara and a Master Nicholas. Peter was t ...
Aristotle... , and metaphysics. It was influenced by ancient Greek philosophers, such as, Hellenistic thinkers such as Ptolemy, earlier Persian and Muslim scienti ...
Benedict Anderson... d for certain, and estimates vary from about 10,000 to 50,000. According to, "7,500 were jailed or deported" and "roughly 20,000 executed." In : "In ...
Arthur Laffer's... tion model based on the elasticity of tax rates, known as the Laffer curve.model predicts that excessive tax rates actually reduce potential tax reve ...
Indiana Jones... ecific version is "nuking the fridge", referring to the scene in the fourthmovie (Kingdom of the Crystal Skull) when Jones hides inside an inexplicab ...
Gregory BatesonThe cybernetician and anthropologistwould observe in the 1970s that though seeing it only as an illustration, ...
Aristotle'sSome of Zeno's nine surviving paradoxes (preserved inPhysic
William Safire... re, Economist and Nobel Prize winner, Muhammad Yunus, author and columnist,, environmental justice advocate Majora Carter, and environmental law atto ...
Leonard Susskind... reproducing, just as any biological being can die without having offspring., who promotes a similar string theory landscape, stated: "I'm not sure wh ...
Salimuzzaman SiddiquiIn medicine,was the first Pakistani scientist to bring the therapeutic constituents of ...
Hendrik LorentzIt is named after the Dutch physicist. It reflects the surprising fact that observers moving at different veloc ...
Leonardo da Vinci... ancesca, Domenico Ghirlandaio, Perugino, Michelangelo, Raphael, Botticelli,, and Titian. The same is true for architecture, as practiced by Brunelles ...
Giordano Bruno... published Clavis artis Lullianae. He published the Artificium perorandi ofin 1610; and in the same year the Panacea philosophica, an attempt to find ...
August Cieszkowski... itude to religion that distinguished the left and right from then onwards (is a possible exception to this rule). Despite the lack of political freed ...
William Murdoch... 's monopoly may have prevented other inventors, such as Richard Trevithick,or Jonathan Hornblower, from introducing improved steam engines, thereby r ...
Francis Pryor... onze Age archaeological site, was discovered in 1982 when a team led by Dr.carried out a survey of dykes in the area. Probably religious, it comprise ...
Emil Kraepelin... imself for his new duties by spending the summer working in Heidelberg withon measuring the effects of fatigue
Brook TaylorBritish work, carried on by mathematicians such asand Colin Maclaurin, fell behind Continental developments as the century p ...
Jungian... world, may be seen as a Bildungsroman rather than a traditional quest. T