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Even in the field of science, the practices of which were once viewed as being merely the objective testing and reporting of knowledge, scientists must persuade their audience to accept their findings by sufficiently demonstrating that their study or experiment was conducted reliably and resulted in sufficient evidence to support their conclusions.
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Even and field
Even if the atom were big enough to hold a football field, this nucleus is still only about the size of a pinhead.
Even to herself Helva sounded a little self-pitying but the truth was she was lonely, sitting on the darkened field.
Even though the author of the book states that Ruth " just happens " to find Boaz's field ( Ruth 2: 3 ), the reader may be led to accede to the notion that in Bible terms there is no mere chance, but that chance and God's providence amount to the same thing.
Even with no external electric field applied, these electrons move about randomly due to thermal energy but, on average, there is zero net current within the metal.
Even when an object's net charge is zero, charge can be distributed non-uniformly in the object ( e. g., due to an external electromagnetic field, or bound polar molecules ).
Even today, knowledge in the field advances so rapidly that many of the etymologies in contemporary dictionaries are outdated.
* Even when there is no external magnetic field, in the inertial frame of the moving electron, the electromagnetic field of the nucleus has a magnetic component.
Even if a molecule does not form a permanent dipole, it can still be influenced by an electric field.
Even after conscripting every able-bodied man for the front, including children as young as ten, and forcing women to perform all nonmilitary labor, Solano López still could not field an army as large as those of his rivals.
Even in the presence of the field there is only a small induced magnetization because only a small fraction of the spins will be oriented by the field.
Even assuming an electric field has been established, the mechanism by which the lightning discharge begins is not well known.
Even the “ hobbyist ” end of the field can break down into several distinct categories such as: observing deep sky objects, observing the planets, solar observing, lunar observation, and astrophotography of all those class of objects.
Even in a fluid with a finite conductivity, new field is generated by stretching field lines as the fluid moves in ways that deform it.
Even allowing for overestimation this was considerably more than Clive's force of approximately 540 British infantry, 600 Royal Navy sailors, 800 sepoys, fourteen field guns and no cavalry.
Even with the last concern acknowledged, we can still expect the leading conductors of the next century to be far more demographically representative of the world's population than has been typical of the field previously.
Even though charges cannot flow freely in a dielectric, the charges in molecules can move a little under the influence of an electric field.
Even so the school was still in its infancy and there were no designated fields on which to play with conditions being so bad that during pre-match, half-time and post match, players would clear as many pebbles off the field of play as possible.
Even and science
Even Mathematics, Natural Philosophy, and Natural Religion, are in some measure dependent on the science of Man ".
Even though Ralph 124C 41 + is one of the most influential science fiction stories of all time, and filled with numerous science fiction ideas, few people still read the story.
" Lester del Rey wrote, " Even the devoted aficionado — or fan — has a hard time trying to explain what science fiction is ", and that the reason for there not being a " full satisfactory definition " is that " there are no easily delineated limits to science fiction.
Noam Chomsky roundly criticized sociobiology and many of its proponents, saying " Even if we grant every factual conclusion for which some shred of evidence is claimed, nothing of interest follows, except on assumptions that reflect ideological fanaticism, not science.
Even many 19th century Christian communities welcomed scientists who claimed that science was not at all concerned with discovering the ultimate nature of reality.
Even until the Second World War, military science was written in English starting with capital letters, and was thought of as an academic discipline alongside Physics, Philosophy and the Medical Science.
Even so, the influence of the scientific romance era persisted in British science fiction, and indeed had some impact on the American variety.
Even smaller numbers are often found in science, which are so small that they are not easily dealt with using fractions.
Even though many historians of science have discredited the conflict thesis it still remains a popular belief among many including some scientists.
Even the term " science fiction " was seen by some in the New Wave as too limiting, and " speculative fiction " was introduced as an alternative.
Even while she still sought to locate Korby, Chapel was deeply infatuated with the Enterprises half-Vulcan science officer, Spock.
Even though the primary goal of CASP is to help advance the methods of identifying protein three-dimensional structure from its amino acid sequence, many view the experiment more as a “ world championship ” in this field of science.
Even a Fachhochschule is not allowed to use the German word for university ( only the English term " university of applied science " is legal ).
Even Aristotle claimed that " there is no science of the accident ," but Virilio disagrees, pointing to the growing credibility of simulators designed to escape the accident -- an industry born from the unholy marriage of post-WW2 science and the military-industrial complex.
As the Christian biologist Scott C. Todd put it " Even if all the data pointed to an intelligent designer, such a hypothesis is excluded from science because it is not naturalistic.
Even though many of Clarke's science fiction novels take place in rather similar futures-Earthlight, A Fall of Moondust, The Sands of Mars, Rendezvous with Rama-the human background is never quite the same and they do not form a series.
Even with his emphasis on external factors, though, Merton differed from Hessen in his interpretation: Merton maintained that while researchers may be inspired and interested by problems which were suggested by extra-scientific factors, ultimately the researcher's interests were driven by " the internal history of the science in question.
Even after the granting of the Pontifical Charter in 1896 the college became a recognised college of the National University of Ireland in 1910, and from this time its arts and science degrees were awarded by the National University of Ireland.
Even though the university is featured with excellence in the area of Information and Communications, it is also striving to offer a wide range of other subjects including science, engineering, economics, management, arts and education, most of which are related to applied science and engineering.