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Gould later developed the term " non-overlapping magisteria " ( NOMA ) to describe how, in his view, science and religion could not comment on each other's realm.
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Gould and later
To this end, Gould later commented that " Most of our paleontological colleagues missed this insight because they had not studied evolutionary theory and either did not know about allopatric speciation or had not considered its translation to geological time.
The Modicon brand was sold in 1977 to Gould Electronics, and later acquired by German Company AEG and then by French Schneider Electric, the current owner.
Given Cerion's extensive geographic diversity, Gould later lamented that if Christopher Columbus had only cataloged a single Cerion it would have ended the scholarly debate about which island Columbus had first set foot on in America.
Tubman later worked with Colonel Robert Gould Shaw at the assault on Fort Wagner, reportedly serving him his last meal.
Gould later explained this seemingly improbable turn of events by stating that, within the strip's reality, Tracy was offered the job first but had declined, personally recommending Patton instead.
Collins wrote the 1978 death of Moon Maid, and removed other Gould creations of the 1960s and 1970s ( including Groovy Grove, who was gravely wounded in the line of duty and later died in the hospital ; Lizz married him before his death ).
" If you had Jack Gould in your corner, you could not believe what it meant ," said Cooney decades later.
The Devil and Billy Markham, published in Playboy in 1979, was later adapted into a solo one-act play that debuted on a double bill with Mamet's Bobby Gould in Hell ( 1989 ) with Dr. Hook vocalist Dennis Locorriere narrating.
Paramore ’ s Texas & Saint Louis Railway ( later the Cotton Belt ) and Gould ’ s St. Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern Railway ( later the Missouri Pacific ) intersected here in 1882.
The destruction of this undefended city, which was of little strategic importance, was carried out by the 54th Massachusetts Volunteers under the command of a reluctant Colonel Robert Gould Shaw ( who would later call the raid a " Satanic action ") and the 2nd South Carolina Volunteers under the command of Colonel James Montgomery.
However, after the death of Jay Gould and some years later, the plans for the Union Pacific to gain access to the Puget Sound Region were revived, under the new name of the Oregon & Washington Rail Road, later changed to the Oregon & Washington Railroad & Navigation Company.
A year later Worthington was replaced by keyboardist Roddy Bottum, who along with Gould and Bordin, formed Faith No More.
" A writer of a later generation said " the Grofé and Gould pieces were the essence of slick commercialism ..."
Other veteran actors who have appeared in the later series include: Geraldine James, ( After the Funeral, 2006 ), Elliott Gould, Lindsay Duncan and Roger Lloyd Pack, ( The Mystery of the Blue Train, 2006 ), Siân Phillips ( Mrs McGinty's Dead, 2008 ) and Tim Curry ( Appointment with Death, 2008 ).
( Fisk was killed in January 1872 by a jealous rival over a mistress and Gould himself would later be swindled out of $ 1, 000, 000 worth of Erie railroad stock and never controlled the Erie Railroad ).
The developing band's original guitarist was Dominic Miller ( later to find fame playing with Sting ), but he was replaced by Boon Gould on the latter's return from working in the United States.
However, Lindup and Phil Gould saw a poster for a band called Rocket 88 so their idea was abandoned ( although ' 88 ' was later used as a song title ).
As a scientific writer who participated in both the popular and academic worlds, he occupied a similar role to the role later occupied by Stephen Jay Gould.
* Laurence McKinley Gould, who was second-in-command to Richard E. Byrd on his first landmark expedition to Antarctica, served as a professor of geology at Carleton and later as College President from 1945 to 1962.
The Decepticons established a network of human collaborators who kept the humans from noticing the Decepticons actions on the Moon, later led by Dylan Gould.
Gould and developed
Early in his career, Gould and Niles Eldredge developed the theory of punctuated equilibrium, in which evolutionary change occurs relatively rapidly, alternating with longer periods of relative evolutionary stability.
The revived Gould villains were often provided with full names, and marriages, children, and other family connections were developed, bringing more humanity to many of the originally grotesque brutes.
Gerald Gould was the president of the corporation that developed Lehigh Acres which began in business in 1954.
Her close friend Sandra Gould, who was featured with her on Bewitched, recalls that long before Moorehead developed the uterine cancer that killed her in 1974, she recounted rumors of " some radioactive germs " on location in Utah, observing: " Everybody in that picture has gotten cancer and died.
The theory of punctuated equilibrium developed by Stephen Jay Gould and Niles Eldredge and first presented in 1972 is often mistakenly drawn into the discussion of transitional fossils.
The book has more fully developed characters than any other of his novels, but two characters dominate the narrative: Señor Gould and the eponymous anti-hero, the " incorruptible " Nostromo.
Niles Eldredge and Stephen Jay Gould developed the same basic theory a century later, a theory known as punctuated equilibrium.
Gavin de Beer and Stephen Jay Gould wrote about him and further developed this theory, which is sometimes called neoteny.
EMS suppliers that did not manufacture their own hardware often relied on products developed by Digital Equipment, Gould Electronics and MODCOMP.
Cultural evolution follows punctuated equilibrium which Gould and Eldredge developed for biological evolution.
According to one account, the first personal seat license plan was developed in 1986 at Stanford University by legendary tennis coach Dick Gould.
Turner holds the patent on the graphite guitar neck, which he developed in 1976 with Geoff Gould ( who then started Modulus Graphite ).
Gould and term
It is a term coined by Stephen Jay Gould and Niles Eldredge to contrast with their model of punctuated equilibrium, which is gradualist itself, but argues that most evolution is marked by long periods of evolutionary stability ( called stasis ), which is punctuated by rare instances of branching evolution.
I coined the term punctuated equilibrium and wrote most of our 1972 paper, but Niles is the proper first author in our pairing of Eldredge and Gould.
With Richard Lewontin, Gould wrote an influential 1979 paper entitled, " The Spandrels of San Marco and the Panglossian Paradigm ", which introduced the architectural term " spandrel " into evolutionary biology.
This term is also used in the scientific literature, with the academic publishers Blackwell Publishing referring to " neo-Darwinism as practised today ", and some figures in the study of evolution like Richard Dawkins and Stephen Jay Gould, using the term in their writings and lectures.
The bird has also been given the name " Australian Crane ", a term coined in 1865 by well-known ornithological artist John Gould in his Birds of Australia.
In the 2009 elections with two incumbents not running for re-election, Michael Goldberg was elected to another four-year term, along with newcomers Janine Bauer and Nancy Gould, by a nearly 2-1 margin.
The panglossian paradigm is a term coined by Stephen Jay Gould and Richard Lewontin to refer to the notion that everything has specifically adapted to suit specific purposes.
The word ' Neo-Lysenkoism ' has occasionally been invoked by hereditarian researchers as a rhetorical term in the debates over race and intelligence and sociobiology to describe scientists minimizing the role of genes in shaping human behavior, such as Leon Kamin, Richard Lewontin, Stephen Jay Gould and Barry Mehler.
But due to lack of images or any source of Use " Vicarius Filii Dei " the tiara or mitre, and the term was never used as an official title ( as well as the fact that their founder Ellen Gould White's name also adds up to 666 by the same system ), the claim was abandoned by many Seventh-day Adventists.
The idea had been explored by several scholars when in 1982 Gould and Vrba introduced the term " exaptation ".
* Gould, Stephen Jay, and Elizabeth S. Vrba ( 1982 ), " Exaptation — a missing term in the science of form ," Paleobiology 8 ( 1 ): 4 – 15.
Gould also specifically pointed out an error in the use of the term " polyploidy "; stated that Johnson incorrectly refers to Otto Schindewolf as a saltationist, " attacks " outdated statements of Simpson and Mayr ; fails to point out that Henry Fairfield Osborn corrected his own mistake regarding Nebraska Man ; and stated that Johnson overlooks " self-organizing properties of molecules and other physical systems " that, in Gould's opinion, makes the self-assembly of RNA or DNA plausible.