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  • Eiseley also published volumes of poetry, although these never attained the sumptuous glory of his prose, where the craving for lyrical lavishness was tempered by a scientist's discipline: "It is not a bad symbol of that long wandering, I thought again—the human hand that has been fin and scaly reptile foot and furry paw."

    Dispatches From the Natural World

  • You've seen the evidence yourself: Every day there's another down-on-his-luck mad scientist's assistant on the street, holding a sign that reads, "Will hunchback for food."

    Frank Lesser: Unemployed Monsters: The Jobless Horseman

  • RICHMOND - The University of Virginia said Monday that it would continue to fight state Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli II's efforts to obtain documents related to a climate scientist's work, just hours after Cuccinelli reissued a civil subpoena for the papers.

    Virginia fight over climate documents will continue

  • RICHMOND - The University of Virginia and an embattled climate scientist said Monday that it would continue to fight state Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli II's efforts to obtain documents related to a climate scientist's work, just hours after Cuccinelli reissued a civil subpoena for the papers.

    Virginia fight over climate documents will continue

  • There are times in a growing scientist's life that one can't help but feel a little useless, and a little like a chump.

    Mark Changizi, Ph.D.: Scientists and Engineers Need Different Inspiration

  • Getting crap to work, keeping it working, and getting it to work better seem like pretty basic parts of any scientist's day-to-day, PhD or not.

    Standing Alone in My Methods

  • It's quite a sight: As flavors and mix-ins are added to a liquid base, "steam" cascades from the bowl in what looks like a mad scientist's experiment.

    Artisan ice creams dish out chills, thrills

  • On Monday, The Post reported on one scientist's assertion that last summer's floods in Pakistan could have been predicted - and the populace warned - if available data had been heeded.

    Greenhouse gases led to increase in deluges, researchers say

  • Mickelson's play was sublime – he drove the ball straight, he hit his iron shots with a scientist's accuracy and holed putts from all over the place.

    Tiger Woods suffers humiliating defeat at Pebble Beach Pro-Am

  • But more than one scientist's story, Addiction Incorporated demonstrates how the power the tobacco industry held over government officials and consumers was slowly chipped away through legal action and journalistic reporting.

    Deborah Stambler: Addiction Incorporated: Doing Some Good

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