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Technical discussion of toxic properties of various weapons. Purpose of producing physiological or physical effects on enemy forces. Modern origin in use of mustard gas in World War I. Describes blistering agents (vesicants), nerve gas, VX, Soman, B2, toxins and allergens. Treaties to prevent use of chemical weapons. The Geneva Protocol of 1925 and the Chemical Weapons Convention of 1993.
Chemical weapons use the toxic properties of chemicals to produce physical or physiological effects, usually on enemy forces during wars... more
5 pages | 6 sources | 12 citations | APA citation style

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Discusses use of human body parts for transplant operations. Problem of imbalance between supply and demnd for human organs. Free market apporach. Human organ harvesting. Whether suppply will grow as donors or families of cadavers respond to high prices paid for human organs. For Exhibits in addition to paper.
In the United States, a country that regularly condemns human rights... more
4 pages | 6 sources | 7 citations | MLA citation style

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Discusses perception of color. Visible light. How humans perceive wavelengths as color. Defines colorblindness as a difficulty with identifying various colors and shades of color. How the eye "sees" color. Cause of colorblindness as a genetic mutation. Division of colorblindness into three perception categories. Technological advances in vision correction.

What is Colorblindness?
Anatomical understanding of sight production.
What is... more
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Discusses the notion of scientific discovery. Testing to ascertain whether a hypothesis is true or false. Examines the views of Thomas Kuhn and the "paradigm." Karl Popper's contention that deductive testing is true science and induction is false science. Rejection of Popper's and Kuhn's ideas by Imre Lakatos and Paul Feyerabend.
True Science vs. Pseudo-Science
Introduction and Purpose
True science and pseudo-science, it has been argued, can be distinguished from one... more
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Discusses research efforts to find physical evidence to prove that asteroid impacts caused great catastrophes. Extinction of the dinosaurs and the Great Dying of the Permian period. Direct and indirect physical evidence. Implications for understanding long-term survival of Earth. Based on a 2002 article in the "Scientific American."
The article under review is titled “Repeated Blows: Did Extraterrestrial Collisions Capable of Causing Widespread Extinctions Pound the Earth Not... more
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Discusses foundations of scientific advancements. Traditional crediting of Europe and Copernicus with development of the Scientific Revolution. Contends that scientific advances in China and the Arabic world were largely responsible for the development. Arabic translations of ancient Greek texts. Islamic and Chinese discoveries in chemistry, mathematics and medicine. Limitations to Islamic science.
The Scientific Revolution
Generally, scholars date the beginning of the Scientific Revolution at the 1543 publication of Nicolas Copernicus’s... more
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The scientific and social impact of the scientist's work and theories. His "Principia Mathematica" as the greatest scientific work ever created. His creation of the foundation upon which modern science is built. Integrating and organizing all scientific knowledge available at his time (Kepler, Galileo and Descartes).
Isaac Newton
The Universe
Isaac Newton lived during the scientific revolution of the 17th century. While men like Kepler,... more
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Discusses Darwin's theory of evolution. His hypothesis that variations within a species are vital to survival of the species. Genetic characteristics. Adaptation. Modifications within a species. Darwin's empirical observations and findings in the ORIGIN OF SPECIES. Critical views of Darwin's methodology by his contemporaries. Impact of Darwin's scientific contributions to modern thought.
Charles Darwin roamed the earth by land and by sea during a time in which preeminent and pervasive religious and scientific dogma defended a similar... more
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Development of AI. Ability of robots. Biological computing labs and biocomputing movement. Sony and Aibo and other AI pets. Internet-enabled robots in existence. Humanoid robots and Honda Corporation's ASIMO, an autonomous walking robot operated by a portable controller. MIT's COG. MIT's biological computing movement and its technology. Neurochemistry research.
The March 16, 2002 issue of The Economist makes reference to the infamous thinking computer “HAL” that was introduced in 1969 in the Stanley... more
5 pages | 7 sources | 18 citations | MLA citation style

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His contributions to the field of chemistry. His original work in thermodynamics and valence theory. His academic background and career as a faculty member at MIT and U.C. Berkeley. His scientific research and theories of electrons bonding in pairs and the role of isotopes in chemistry and physics.
Scientist Gilbert Newton Lewis' reputation lies in his extensive contributions to the field of chemistry. Lewis was born in Weymouth, Massachusetts on... more
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