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  • n. Plural form of Einstein.


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  • Even fruit juice, which this coalition of Einsteins is recommending to replace sodas, is barely an improvement — you ever seen a kid stoned silly on a half-gallon of Welch’s grape juice?

    Put Down the Ho-Ho’s, Son, Before Someone Gets Hurt. « Skid Roche

  • Jonata 'Einsteins' and project going to national finals


  • Karl Urban Ready For Star Trek "Einsteins" To Take It "Further" In Sequel

  • We may not be able to create baby Einsteins, but a generalised rise of a few points would becool.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Chess

  • Where's Doubs with his Einsteins deep eyes and 3rd grade IQ?

    Senate Democrats break GOP judicial filibuster

  • It has its Einsteins, like Margaret Lowman, who pioneered the science of canopy research, and calls the vast realm of tree tops the "eighth continent."

    Natural High

  • I agree with Michael Nielsen that scientific information should be as open and accessible as possible "The New Einsteins Will Be Scientists Who Share," Review, Oct. 29.

    Shared Science Needs Peer Review

  • The Einsteins and the Weizmanns intended to head directly for the Hotel Commodore, in Midtown.

    How Einstein Divided America's Jews

  • If our universities train women who then leave science, if we fail to attract female Einsteins to physics, we are losing an important edge.

    Meg Urry: Girls and the Future of Science

  • Nothing ever goes smoothly for the Little Einsteins, despite the fact that they have at their disposal Rocket, an artificially intelligent futuristic vehicle capable of morphing from a spaceship to a submarine to a mechanical jungle animal or whatever else the situation calls for.

    Archive 2009-04-05


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