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  • n. Plural form of physicist.


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  • I believe the reason people distrust economists and not physicists is the emotional pull of many of the (wrong) answers to economics questions.

    Difference in Deference, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • A team of physicists from the Universities of Cambridge and Birmingham have shown that electrons in narrow wires can divide into two new particles called spinons and a holons.


  • There is absolutely no gender difference in physicists trying to claim that biology is not a real science and chemistry is real but not as really really real as physics.

    mrissa: Minicon report, with digressions

  • Thousands of scientists from dozens of countries are involved ... including physicists from the University of Regina.

    The Large Hadron Collider

  • This, according to some physicists, is the solution to the energy crisis - a future with cheap, reliable, safe and nearly waste-free power.

    Archive 2006-05-01

  • In 1963, Henry Kendall and I started a collaboration with W.K.H. Panofsky, Richard Taylor and other physicists from the Stanford

    Jerome I. Friedman - Autobiography

  • The café was also the setting for a series of informal discussions between a mixture of physicists from the nearby university, discussions that would play a crucial role in uncovering the true identity of X-rays.

    The Nobel Prize in Physics 1914 - Perspectives

  • Among its devotees we find "characteristics" independent of the content of thought; in short, physicists, chemists, astronomers, botanists, and zoologists, though their content of knowledge is entirely different, are nevertheless all students of the positive sciences, and have characteristics which differentiate them from the metaphysicians of the past.

    Spontaneous Activity in Education

  • Quantum Gravity is the name physicists give to their holy of holies - a theory uniting

    NPR Topics: News

  • "Jurassic Park's" vision of hubristic scientists determined to shape the future, damn the consequences, recalls the physicists of the Manhattan Project.

    Here Come The Dnasaurs


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