few specimens of "Scientific history" from "Janus"

by Edward Stephen Keogh

Publisher: Longmans, Green in London

Written in English
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  • Döllinger, Johann Joseph Ignaz von, -- 1799-1890.,
  • Popes -- Infallibility.

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Other titlesNorthcote tracts
Statementby Edward Stephen Keogh.
The Physical Object
Pagination31 p. ;
Number of Pages31
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17957824M

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Numa in his regulation of the Roman year called the first month Januarius, after Janus, the highest divinity, presiding over the beginning of all things: the same king dedicated to Janus the passage called Janus, which was opened in times of war, and closed when the Roman arms rested. (Liv. ; Varro, de Ling. Lat. ). And, he assures us, thousands of other specimens. Today, of course, the bottom has dropped out of the asbestos market. It is, nonetheless, an interesting mineral and collectors still seek samples. Asbestos is one of those numerous scientific Janus-like entities with two sides, one beneficial, the other destructive. Collections. The Mütter Museum has a unique collection of specimens and objects that reflect the human history of anatomy and medicine. Our collection ranges from seventh century BCE to , although the majority of our collection dates from the midth century to the early 20th century. The name for the Latin word for gate is jauna, this was created from Janus' name. The word ianua came from the way Janus steps in and out of doors. Offerings to the Roman gods were given to Janus first, even before Jupiter, partly because he is the master of time, and he .

The National Museum of Natural History’s scientific illustration collections are based on the museum’s specimen collection, and include pen-and-ink, prints and printer’s blocks. Whales—From Bone to Book showcases how scientists and artists collaborate at the Smithsonian, creating illustrations that reveal the whales’ evolutionary past.   The non-scientists who contribute their time to Notes From Nature catalog much faster than his researchers could, Mast says. "We in the herbarium had databased ab of our specimens in the. Around this time, Janus began distributing the Detroit-based Westbound soul label (famous for Denise LaSalle, the Detroit Emeralds, Funkadelic and the Ohio Players) and, a few years later, Andy Williams' Barnaby label (for which Ray Stevens had one of his biggest hits, "The Streak," and another country hit, "Misty," under Janus distribution). Swiss naturalist Conrad Gessner’s Historia animalium—an immense 16th-century work that attempted to catalog all known animals—organized species not by any systematic scientific classification, but in alphabetical might not seem like particularly rigorous biology, but, to his credit, Gessner also included details on nomenclature, distribution, and behavior—and tried to group.

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Herbarium, collection of dried plant specimens mounted on sheets of paper. The plants are usually collected in situ (e.g., where they were growing in nature), identified by experts, pressed, and then carefully mounted to archival paper in such a way that all major morphological characteristics are visible (i.e., both sides of the leaves and the floral structures).

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From the Back of the Book. The Bengalee may be considered as more nearly allied to the Sungskrita than any of the other languages of India four fifths of the words in the language.

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They also collected Psilocybe cubensis, Psilocybe caerulescens, and possibly a few specimens of Psilocybe mexicana, 4 all of which were deposited in the Harvard herbarium. While P. sphincrinus was identified as psychoactive, only two analysis have since detected indole alkaloids in the species, while hundreds of other analyses have not detected.

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The giant astronaut with its glass helmet is still there, greeting visitors returning to the Science Museum of Minnesota in St. Paul. The familiar figure is one of the few unchanged elements in.

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), and its predecesso r agencies, has long recognized the need for scientific information about the health effects of radiation and radionuclides.

Over the past 50 years, many DOE-funded long-term studies, involving thousands of animals, were conducted in. This book had so much potential, but fell short of all of it by the end. When I picked up the book and read the description I pictured "Dead Space" (game) and "Shutter Island" combined, or "Bioshock" (game) in space, and was super excited to get started on reading it.

I was undecided on if I liked the title, "Janus" (or the name in general).3/5(8). Janus (–), an academic journal on history of science and medicine published in Amsterdam; Janus (science fiction magazine), a feminist science fiction magazine; Janus: A Summing Up, a book by Arthur Koestler; The Janus branch of the Cahill family in The 39 Clues.

Lydia Pyne has degrees in history and anthropology and a PhD in history and philosophy of science from Arizona State has participated in field and archival work in South Africa, Ethiopia, Uzbekistan, Iran, and the American Southwest.

She has published articles and essays in The Atlantic, Nautilus, and Public Domain lives in Austin, Texas, where she is Reviews:   Viable specimens have formed where there was just enough interstitial calcite to allow a few crystals to grow without touching. Derrickson's specimen of pale grossular and clintonite (see above under Clintonite) appears to have been an anomaly; however, additional work here might uncover a few more sherry-colored grossular specimens.

JANUS LIFE SCIENCE 96C (Janus Life, Earth and Physical Science) [FEARON] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. JANUS LIFE SCIENCE 96C (Janus Life, Earth and Physical Science)Reviews: 2. At least one specimen of every lowest identification, in both the pinned and wet collections, has been databased so we have a complete online taxon inventory of the collection.specimens have been identified to the species level - these represent 3, species.

All other specimens examined had been preserved for many years. ** In fact, the heaviest dry weight recorded by this author was for a 12cm M.

actaeon at grams. Return to top. Maximum Lengths. Maximum body lengths of the giant weta and male specimens of the world’s bulkiest beetles, including horns and mandibles, accepted from reliable. While Hippocrates is considered the father of Western medicine, the Greek philosopher and historian Thucydides (– BC) is considered the father of scientific history because he advocated for evidence-based analysis of cause-and-effect reasoning.

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The Age of Longing. hardcover. The Yogi and the Commissar. hardcover. Over million specimen records (including overtype specimens with images) are currently available in this online catalog. Search the Botany Collections Select a tab on this page to search by Keyword or Selected Fields.

Searches are limited to records and the results are sorted by taxonomic group. The voyage produced a few, major new scientific discoveries -- a previously unknown fiord and glacier, for example -- but its value as an assessment and survey of an Alaskan environment in flux is.

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"Janus, like so many ancient gods who lacked the grace of a story, was a messy concrescence of scraps fallen from the table of memory. His incoherence was the cause of some puzzlement in the Roman Imperial era, and so he was periodically subjected to reassessments by master yarn-spinners like Ovid or by cosmologists and philosophers seeking to.