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  1. History of philosophy (13862 bytes)
    12: ...ts]] and [[Atomists]] (the world is composite of innumerable interacting parts), the [[Eleatic School|...
    14: ..., and thereby grow wealthy and respected. Since winning debates led to wealth, the subjects and method...
    20: ...s the reason for them being more appropriate in running society.
    37: ...sms of two subjects, permitting them to validly connect a subject and object. A few geniuses developed...
    44: ...such as the work of [[René Descartes]], [[Blaise Pascal]] and [[Thomas Hobbes]], attempting to integrate ...
  2. China (38909 bytes)
    1: ...hina]], stretching over 6,700 km, was erected beginning in the [[3rd century BC]] to protect the north...
    16: ...ver, and carries certain cultural and political connotations. During the [[Spring and Autumn Period]],...
    18: ...nbei]] and [[Xiongnu]]. As the PRC now governs [[Inner Mongolia]], [[Xinjiang]], and [[Tibet]], and th...
    25: ...esent political legitimacy. It was used in this manner from the tenth century onwards by the competing...
    30: ... short-lived and was often regarded as overly tyrannical it unified the written language in China and ...
  3. Sofia Kovalevskaya (3306 bytes)
    9: ...ttention, but he was focused on the older sister Anna and he very probably proposed to her.
    15: ...matical study, calling her "a new [[Blaise Pascal|Pascal]]" in the process.
    22: *Ann Hibner Koblitz: <cite>A Convergence of Lives: Sof...
  4. Mother Teresa (22682 bytes)
    22: ...at have become a burden to the society and are shunned by everyone."
    33: ...rize. Other awards bestowed upon her included a Kennedy Prize ([[1971]]), the [[Albert Schweitzer]] In...
    70: ...d [[Tariq Ali]], produced a critical British [[Channel 4]] documentary, ''Hell's Angel'', based on Cha...
    75: ...some criticism. Many advocates of the [[family planning]] and [[pro-choice]] movements were critical o...
    79: ...holic Church]], which asserts [[natural family planning]] is the only acceptable form of [[birth contr...
  5. Grace Kelly (6610 bytes)
    3: ...f [[Monaco]]''', was an [[Academy Award|Oscar]]-winning [[United States|American]] film [[actor|actres...
    5: ...er was a self-made millionaire and a gold-medal-winning [[Olympic Games|Olympic]] [[Sport rowing|scull...
    9: ...t Supporting Actress]], but the award went to [[Donna Reed]] for her role in ''[[From Here to Eternity...
    13: ...rred in the role of a princess, alongside Alec Guinness and Louis Jourdan.]]
    19:
  6. Actinium (7046 bytes)
    67: | [[Vapor pressure]] || unknown [[Pascal|Pa]] at 1323 K
  7. Earth (30908 bytes)
    17: ...s much less viscous than the mantle, and a solid inner core. The liquid outer core gives rise to a wea...
    64: *5100 to 6378 km - Inner Core
    70: ...ss described by the [[dynamo theory]]. The solid inner core is too hot to hold a permanent magnetic fi...
    72: Recent evidence has suggested that the inner core of Earth may rotate slightly faster than t...
    80: ...ges between 10<sup>21</sup> and 10<sup>24</sup> [[pascal second|Pa?s]], depending on depth [http://www2.un...
  8. Switzerland (22270 bytes)
    18: ...nfederation (Switzerland)|VP 2005]])</small><br>[[Pascal Couchepin]]<br>[[Joseph Deiss]]<br>[[Samuel Schmi...
    55: The [[Congress of Vienna]] in [[1815]] fully re-established Swiss indepen...
    63: ...], and although a German intervention was both planned and anticipated, it ultimately didn't occur. Th...
    99: *[[Appenzell Innerrhoden]] (Inner Rhodes) *
    129: The population varies between 15,000 (Appenzell Innerrhoden) and 1,253,500 (Z?, area between 37 km? (...
  9. Timeline of invention (28171 bytes)
    17: ===[[9th millennium BC]]===
    21: ===[[8th millennium BC]]===
    24: ===[[7th millennium BC]]===
    29: ===[[6th millennium BC]]===
    33: ===[[4th millennium BC]]===
  10. Aenesidemus (3613 bytes)
    16: ...s effect and effect cause. If not, since effect cannot precede cause, cause must precede effect, and t...
    20: ...osophy'', [[ɭile Saisset]], ''&AElig;nesideme'', Pascal, Kant; Ritter and Preller, ?? 364-370.
  11. History of science (41710 bytes)
    29: ...lected astronomical information in a systematic manner through simple observation. Though they had no...
    52: ... upon. In addition, there was the [[Hajj]]. This annual [[pilgrimage]] to [[Mecca]] facilitated schola...
    54: ... [[algebra]] is derived from ''al-jabr'', the beginning of the title of one of his publications. [[Tur...
    65: ...iaan Huygens]], [[Johannes Kepler]], and [[Blaise Pascal]]. In philosophy, major contributions were made b...
    74: ...st known model of planetary motion given by [[Johannes Kepler|Kepler]] in the early [[17th century]], ...
  12. Meteorology (19082 bytes)
    12: ... pressure]] on height was first shown by [[Blaise Pascal]] and [[Ren頄escartes]], this idea was also rese...
    26: ...t successful [[weather satellite]] marked the beginning of the age where weather information is availa...
    36: ...irically derived expressions for processes that cannot be resolved on the model grid. For example, in ...
    40: ...ut grid computing might automate the process of running a model where the right amount of computing re...
    42: ...used to study clouds that are so thin that they cannot be seen by the naked eye such as certain types ...
  13. Anemometer (11426 bytes)
    1: ... 20 foot (6 m) lengths. The wire (4 conductors running inside a shield) runs along the rightmost leg ...
    5: ...] of the wind, but inasmuch as there is a close connection between the pressure and the velocity, a su...
    13: ...n greatly exaggerated by the springiness of the connection, and not only is the plate itself driven to...
    15: ...at the plate being once driven back by the wind cannot return until released by hand; but the catch do...
    23: ...d. It might appear at first sight as though one connection would serve, but the differences in pressur...
  14. List of inventors (14020 bytes)
    12: *[[Manfred von Ardenne]], (1907-1997), [[Germany]]
    41: ...England &mdash; [[lawnmower]] and [[adjustable spanner]]
    66: *[[W.K. Dickson|William Kennedy Laurie Dickson]], motion picture camera
    105: *[[Johann Gutenberg]], (circa 1390s-1468), [[Germany]] &mda...
    130: ...z Klatte]] &mdash; invented vinyl chloride, forerunner to [[polyvinyl chloride]]
  15. Human (48024 bytes)
    14: ...me = Homo sapiens | author = [[Carolus Linnaeus|Linnaeus]] | date = [[1758]]}}
    24: ...cured in response to a need for long distance [[running]]. Humans are said to be one of a short list o...
    47: ...''woman''. For the etymology of '''man''' see [[mannaz]].
    52: ...ial]] [[population genetics]] (numbers are [[millennia]] before present).]]
    104: ...C1R. Human skin has a capacity to darken ([[sun tanning]]) in response to UV exposure. Variation in th...
  16. Mars (27704 bytes)
    11: ...the [[air pressure]] on the surface is only 750 [[pascal]]s, about 0.75 percent of the average on Earth. H...
    41: ...e prime meridian by the Italian astronomer [[Giovanni Schiaparelli]] when he began work on his notable...
    85: ...e manner or another before completing or even beginning their missions. Part of this high failure rate...
    93: ...ir targets; while a 90-day nominal mission was planned, as of February 2005, their missions have been ...
    122: ...terial activity. On [[August 6]], [[1996]] NASA announced that analysis of the [[ALH84001|ALH 84001]]...
  17. Jupiter (24639 bytes)
    111: | 70 [[Pascal|kPa]]
    183: ...first noticed by [[Giovanni Domenico Cassini|Giovanni Cassini]] ([[1690]]). The rotation of Jupiter's ...
    199: ...axis and offset from the center of Jupiter in a manner similar to the axis of the Earth's field. The '...
    223: ...eployment of its high-gain radio transmitting antenna.
    233: ...[Juno (spacecraft)|Juno]]'', the spacecraft is planned to launch by [[2010]].
  18. Saturn (planet) (23300 bytes)
    114: | 140 [[Pascal|kPa]]
    161: In [[1675]] [[Giovanni Domenico Cassini]] determined that Saturn's ring...
    167: ...|Mimas]] maintains the Cassini division in this manner. Still more structure in the rings actually co...
    179: ...th, we cannot appreciate this because the Earth cannot view Saturn from an angle that displays the bac...
    184: ...bital mechanics]]. It is assumed that they are connected to [[electromagnetism|electromagnetic]] inte...
  19. Uranus (15207 bytes)
    122: | 120 [[Pascal|kPa]]
    168: ...1750]] and [[1753]]; [[Mayer]] in [[1756]]. [[Lemonnier]] observed it four times in [[1750]], twice in...
    172: ... it in the first [[ephemeris]], published in [[Vienna]]. Examination of earliest issues of ''Monthly N...
    206: ...tory]]. The discovery was serendipitous; they planned to use the [[occultation]] of a star by Uranus ...
  20. Neptune (planet) (18545 bytes)
    9: ...hn Couch Adams]]<br> [[Johann Gottfried Galle|Johann Galle]]
    119: | &#8811;<!--Much greater than-->100 [[Pascal|MPa]]
    152: ...because it was stationary in the sky and only beginning the planet's yearly retrograde cycle, its moti...
    158: ...rbain Le Verrier|Le Verrier]] had convinced [[Johann Gottfried Galle]] to search for the planet. Thoug...
    202: ...ng is at 53,000 km and the broader, fainter [[Johann Gottfried Galle|Galle]] Ring is at 42,000 km. A f...

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