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  • n. Alternative spelling of time scale.


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  • The timescale is a few seconds to spread over the entire star.

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  • The timescale is a fudge (evolution's probably not that quick), and you have to be willing to take the mental leap to accepting this type of speciation in humans (it helps to know that eusociality is possible in mammalian species--Baxter's example is naked mole rats); but once you swallow those lumps, he does get most of the details right.

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  • On a more hopeful note, remember that serious work on naturalistic theories of content has been done for no more than a few decades, and on a philosophical timescale, that is quite a short time.

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  • It can be said that either the universe is vastly older than what was originally predicted by the evolutionary timescale, which is probably the path most of science will follow as naturalistic evolution is supported by the majority of scientists.

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  • The timescale is the same for all of the charts, making it easy to correlate different metrics.

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  • Would you agree and do you think that the results could be worth the investment that kind of timescale would require?

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  • I think that this shows that GISS Model II had more that a little bit of skill for the relatively short timescale which is being looked at here.

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  • The pace of the publishing on the Internet drives this kind of timescale, and the "traditional media" haven't yet learned they need to catch up.

    Fast Company

  • John Brannigan told the hearing that because the team investigated murders chronologically, and because of the previous investigations, it was difficult to give a "timescale". - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • It's not clear whether that's an achievable goal on this kind of timescale, but Gershenfeld says, "We need good challenging projects that force us to bring our program together." - latest science and technology news stories


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