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The Nobel Peace" Prize was also awarded to Henry Kissinger, who played a major role in directing the Viet Nam War, and to Menachem Begin, a Zionist terrorist who later directed the invasion of Lebanon, although these activities were apparently ignored in recognition of more approbated behavior. On the other hand, it was also awarded to the late Honorary Chair of the US Federation of Scholars and Scientists, Linus Pauling, former Vice-President of the World Federation of Scientific Workers.
In traditional agriculture, all of the energy gained from the sun is a net gain. It is sustainable in perpetuity. In fossil fuel agriculture about three units of energy are expended for each unit of food produced. It is sustainable only as long as the petroleum lasts.
E. U. Condon tells the story of tainted" funding. He pointed to a huge accelerator which was funded by the Naval Research Laboratory. Then he pointed to a small table-top cyclotron, which, he said was built with tainted" money--"’t’ain’t the Navy’s".
Commonly referred to as sexist", but there is a distinction between sex" and gender". People don’t expect partners to have gender" with them.
The Imanishi-Kari and Baltimore cases have received considerable attention recently. Sloppy data record keeping, or invention or falsification of data in fulfillment of theoretical expectations, regardless of whether they were later confirmed or refuted, have been a longstanding problem in some areas, especially when large batches of experimental animals were lost. However, these are cases of individual, methodological misconduct, not institutional, normative misconduct [Stone, R. (14 July 95) 157].
Even if fault cannot be discovered with a data point, as is commonly the case with detective work in general, it is considered that the data point must be invalid if it lies outside 3 1/2 standard deviations from the average of the set of repeated independent measurements.
This title is taken from the book of the same title [Kilbourne (1981)].
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