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  • HPFacebookVoteV2. init (173422, 'Non-Climate Scientist \'Climate Scientist\' Sets the Record Straight ',' Have you noticed that a new kind of scientific expert has been born?

    Bill Chameides: Non-Climate Scientist 'Climate Scientist' Sets the Record Straight

  • Scientist comes from the Latin word scio to know, and Science means that which we know by watching things and trying things, -- by making experiments.

    English Literature for Boys and Girls

  • The Church of Christ, Scientist is better known as Christian Science — a movement that identifies itself as Christian in nature, but whose theology and practices place it outside the boundaries of the Christian faith.

    When parents call God instead of the doctor

  • New Scientist is reporting on a promising new method for manufacturing gallium nitride LEDs that has to potential for greatly reducing the cost of production.

    Sustainable Design Update » Blog Archive » Cheaper LEDs

  • It sounds very much like New Scientist is slaying a straw man.

    Bukiet on Brooklyn Books

  • This month, Isis the Scientist is working in collaboration with the American Physiological Society to fund an award for an outstanding female undergraduate researcher at this year's Experimental Biology meeting.

    In Honor of Isis and the APS

  • New Scientist is devoting their 15 November issue to the future of science fiction.

    SF Tidbits for 10/3/08

  • This week's New Scientist is a special issue about music, featuring an article titled "The Music Illusion" by Daniel Levitin, author of the popular book This Is Your Brain On Music.

    Boing Boing

  • Dr. RMC, Non-Fiction Scientist is written by "a female postdoc in the general area of env. chem."

    Blog Roll Update

  • The Alternative Scientist is a group blog about alternative career options for scientists.

    Archive 2008-07-01

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  • According to Australian Oxford, it is Aust. colloq. for knowledgeable or alert (to the possibilities of a situation).

    May 16, 2009