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  • ...so that our reputation in the hard sciences and healing arts (meant health sciences) is solid first. ...t as important to be here to put those 'approval' templates on, review and approve those new accounts, and help professors learn the ropes. So I guess you c
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  • ...m/doi/10.1111/j.0021-8308.2004.00248.x/pdf The Social Psychology of "Pseudoscience": A Brief History] ''J Theory Social Behav'' 34:267-90 ("The word has asse ...e is a serious dispute as to whether they may properly be considered pseudoscience.
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  • ...t_of_people_who_made_conceptual_breakthroughs_in_computer_science|computer science biographies needed]] ::I note you moved the snake talk page before the snake approval page. That is a surprise to me given the order those moves should have b
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  • ...21, 1889 he met with John D. Rockefeller, a lifelong Baptist. Rockefeller approved Gates' funding plans for the reorganized [[University of Chicago]]; and p ...the intersection of philanthropy, imperialism, big business, religion, and science, the China Medical Board was his last major project. Like [[Andrew Carneg
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  • ...icine|medicine]] in [[Western civilization|Western civilization]] that the health and welfare of all humanity has benefited. ...eason|reasoning]] applied to methodical observation — the roots of [[Science|scientific]] objectivity — roots that have nourished an ever-growing
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  • ...age of admonitions and criticisms to him throughout his life.<ref>When her health failed and she died in 1818, Secretary of State Adams said he was too busy ...he was a constant advocate of nationalistic measures, Although he did not approve of slavery he supported the [[Missouri Compromise]] in 1820.
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  • ...t Greek and Latin, passing at French, poor at mathematics, and ignorant of science. At this time, he began the first of 25,000 diary entries that comprise a ...tion, a call to enter the Church and become an Anglican priest, and his conscience tormented him for the rest of his life. He made amends by attempting to fo
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  • ...t Greek and Latin, passing at French, poor at mathematics, and ignorant of science. At this time, he began the first of 25,000 diary entries that comprise a ...tion, a call to enter the Church and become an Anglican priest, and his conscience tormented him for the rest of his life. He made amends by attempting to fo
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