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chemistry - de zaraza la: 26/05/2005 22:34:03
(la: Dragostea platonică: un "mit" dărâmat?)
pai daca stau sa ma gandesc bine, chemistry exista si intre prieteniile normale, intre oameni de acelasi sex (si hetero) ca doar nu te imprietenesti cu un om, pe care nu-l poti suferi langa tine.
3. Chemistry - de PROUDFRECKLED la: 23/05/2009 02:16:22 Modificat la: 23/05/2009 02:36:35
(la: Concurs foto Cafeneaua)
Alice - de Belle la: 31/07/2004 02:50:04
(la: Alice)
poate si una si alta, nu mai are insa nici o importanta.
intr-adevar, cred ca e o mare problema sa nu poti avea incredere in oameni, mai ales cand nu ti-au facut nimic...
si sa stii ca nu ti-am aratat o prietenie iesita din comun sau inexplicabila, eu asa sunt cu toata lumea!!!! cui ii place continua sa-mi fie prieten si in timp poate ajunge sa-mi fie prieten cu adevarat, cui nu-i place imi dau seama si singura mai devreme sau mai tarziu si-o las balta fiindca nu merita efortul meu sufletesc si nici timpul. nu e vina mea ca mama natura m-a facut deschisa la suflet, prietenoasa si glumeata, si nici ca altii interpreteaza gresit aceste le-as numi, poate, calitati.
nu te supara pe mine dar chestia cu luatul "mai incet" e valabila cand cineva de sex opus iti face curte, nu cred ca e "interpretarea" potrivita in acest caz.
orice prietenie (si nu ma refer la nimic altceva decat la sensul pur) se bazeaza pe chemistry intre doua persoane... ori exista, ori nu .. sa stii ca am intalnit foarte multe persoane cu care am avut aceasta chemistry iar "prietenia" a venit de la sine, ca si cand ar fi fost acolo de-o viata.
mi-ai placut da' sa stii ca nu "mor" dupa tine si nu tin cu tot dinadinsul sa-mi fi prietena, mai ales dupa reactiile de respingere pe care le-ai avut la "gesturile" mele total inofensive si inocente.
si nu cred ca e cazul sa mai continui cu variatiuni pe-aceeasi tema, ai inteles ce-am vrut sa spun ...
pacat.
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LMC - de Belle la: 03/08/2004 17:16:20
(la: Casuta Postala A Lui LMC)
stiu ca noi doua n-am prea vorbit (decat o data, sumar, pe tema avortului) si-n general nu-mi place sa ma bag unde nu-mi fierbe oala (desi cateodata nu pot sa nu ma abtin si-atunci intru in belea).

m-am hotarat totusi sa ma bag pe acest subiect fiindca trebuie sa-i dau dreptate alicei cand spune ca "toti au dreptul sa scrie si sa se cenzureze atat cat pot/stiu s-o faca. valoarea omului transpare adesea din ce scrie, dar depinde in mare masura de ochii/mintea celui care judeca."

nu o sa-ti raspund in detaliu la intrebarea "Oare cine citeste si cui ii pasa ce am eu de spus? Si daca cuiva ii pasa cu ce il ajut eu prin ceea ce scriu eu?" fiindca daca as fi vrut sa stii parerea mea, as fi scris de cand ai inceput "casuta postala".... dar nu de asta m-am hotarat sa-ti scriu acum.

intr-o oarecare masura insa e simplu de aflat cine citeste si cui ii pasa, prin raspunsurile care le-ai primit pana acum la ceea ce ai scris in "jurnal". de restul insa de ce-ti pasa??

angel te-a "acuzat" de "vanitate" si "cai verzi pe pereti", poate ca are dreptate, poate ca nu ... unora le place, altora le repugna... problema lor, daca nu le place atunci sa nu citeasca. daca ai stii peste cate texte sar din acest motiv ....ale tale, ale altora, unele le citesc, pentru altele nici nu ma deranjez, si sunt convinsa ca majoritatea fac la fel cu textele mele sau ale altcuiva.

si ce daca cafeneaua nu e neaparat locul potrivit pentru un jurnal, atata timp cat altora le place si-atata timp cat tu simti nevoia sa te descarci sau sa impartasesti ce ceilalti, nu vad de ce te-ai opri. in fond e un sit public si se presupune ca exista libertatea in exprimare si idei.

crezi ca noi nu batem campii si nu suntem aroganti, fiecare intr-o mai mare sau mai mica masura? si daca unii considera asta despre tine nu vad de ce ti-ar pasa.

vorba alicei, unii te plac, altii nu, altora le esti indiferenta... pai e valabil pentru absolut toti de-aici si in fond e chestie de gusturi (care nu se discuta) si de personalitatea fiecaruia si acel chemistry pe care-l are sau nu cu celelalte persoane. un prieten mi-a spus intr-o zi: "parca cauti cu disperare sa ti-i faci pe toti prieteni... de ce te chinui? lasa-i pe ei sa vina la tine"... si cata dreptate avea!!! desi imi sta in fire sa fiu prietenoasa cu toata lumea in egala masura, intotdeauna vor fi si persoane care mai devreme sau mai tarziu imi vor intoarce spatele, si chiar daca poate doare intr-o oarecare masura, in final de ce mi-ar pasa. eu gandesc "ei au de pierdut nu eu" si la fel ar trebui sa gandesti si tu, fiindca cine nu te place nu merita timpul tau si energia pe care o investesti.

si ca sa nu mai bat apa-n piua pe-aceeasi tema, fiindca sunt convinsa ca ai inteles ce vreau sa spun, concluzia ar fi: de ce sa hotaram noi pentru tine daca sa scrii sau nu? simti nevoia sa scrii, atunci apuca-te de butonat, crezi ca nu merita efortul, atunci apuca-te de altceva. parerea ta personala asupra acestei chestiuni ar trebui sa conteze si nu parerea noastra. si daca crezi ca unora "le-ar convenii mai mult daca as dispare asa cum Ozzy a vrut s-o faca de citeva ori" pai asta ar trebui sa fie problema lor nu a ta.

pari o persoana destul de conifidenta si ai suficient self-esteem, n-am nimic cu tine, nici nu te plac in mod deosebit, nici nu te displac, nici macar nu te cunosc, si n-ar trebui sa-ti pese de gura lumii. atata timp cat esti tu insati si TU esti multumita de tine si esti iubita de cei pe care-i iubesti si care sunt cu adevarat importanti in viata ta, atunci restul ce mai conteaza???


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pai nu sta dupa colt fato - de Belle la: 10/09/2004 21:19:20
(la: Barbatul roman din diaspora)
ca nu te vad ca lumea ;)

mersi ca ai grija de minunatul glob ocular (cu lentila de contact pe el cu tot).

nu stiu insa cati gusta umorul tembel pe care-l am sau nu... putin imi pasa, nici nu mi-am pus intrebarea pana acum ... cred ca e vorba si de personalitate si de un anume chemistry... poate nici eu nu gust umorul altora, nu-i bai, suntem chit.

pai hai sa-ti zic cum e cu plictiseala.... numele noi degeaba zic si ele cate cevasilea ca oricum nu apare pana nu da admin drumul la publicare. "lumea buna" cum zici tu ori e la munca ori deja a intrat in programul de vineri seara cu familia si alte-alea. eu una vad cativa care-ar putea sa mai zica cate ceva dar care tac chitic, ori sunt obositi ori prefera subiectele mai serioase si nu "vrajeala" de care ne tinem noi de cateva zile.

iar cu bagatul in vorba necunoscutilor.... imi pare rau sa te dezamagesc, am vazut ca ai raspuns la subiectul lansat de crinuf .... pai cred ca atunci (adica in februarie) a fost prima si ultima data cand persoana a butonat aici.... go figure!

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vladtepes - de sanjuro la: 04/03/2005 14:11:27
(la: Dragoste prin Internet)
subiectul era "dragoste prin internet", nu dragoste intalnita prin intermediul internetului. Adica una este sa te indragostesti de o femeie virtuala, (asa crede "X" ca e, dar poate fi foarte bine si un barbat care tocmai iitrage tzepe si rade cu lacrimi siroind pe tastatura), si sa-si intretina aceasta pseudo-dragoste prin e-mailuri, si cred ca la aceasta s-a referit Daniel, si alta sa cunosti o persoana prin intermediul internetului, sa ajungi sa o cunosti apoi fizic, sa te indragostesti de ea, etc.
In prima varianta, n-am cum sa cred. Pentru ca nu poate exista sentimentul de dragoste decat intre doi oameni care s-au intalnit face-to-face, si a avut loc acel declick provocat de ..."chemistry of love"...
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...viata bate filmul. Si digitalul, desigur. - de Dinu Lazar la: 26/03/2005 17:47:51
(la: O conversatie cu DINU LAZAR, fotograf)
Pentru cine mai are indoieli, un citat si un link:

As a professional photographer with over 30 years experience and exhibited at many venues, I can say that the print I produced this afternoon is better than anything I have ever done in the darkroom. The print has sharpness, great colour saturation and all the qualities that I would expect from a wet chemistry photograph, let alone a digital print. It is stunning. Any photographer who questions the quality or merit of a digital print compared to a wet chemistry print need only look at the output from the R1800.

http://www.photo-i.co.uk/Reviews/interactive/Epson%20R1800/page_1.htm
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cam sunt de acord cu don - de Belle la: 26/05/2005 22:09:26
(la: Dragostea platonică: un "mit" dărâmat?)
oricat de buni prieteni ar fi si se-nteleg minunat, trebuie sa fie pe undeva si-un pic de chemistry. inchipuie-ti ca unul din ei nu-l place pe celalalt si ca "exterior" si-atunci isi va pune problema "vai, dar daca celalalt ma place si eu nu-l plac si se ivesc complicatii sau il/o fac sa sufere, se strica prietenia" etc etc etc
pe de alta parte, cei doi se pot place pur si simplu, intr-o masura mai mare sau mai mica (adica nici nu se plac dar nici nu se displac) dar se respecta ca indivizi si realizeaza ca o astfel de prietenie e pacat s-o strici cu incercarea de-a avea o "relatie" care la un moment dat sa nu mai mearga. sau pur si simplu poate ambii au deja parteneri si-atat cat asta este tabu si respectata de amandoi, prietenia poate dura o vesnicie si poate fi adevarata.
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Pt. Cassandra - de Paianjenul la: 16/06/2005 13:06:05
(la: Oamenii nu se trag din maimuta)
"Evolutia este un concept deosebit de important pentru bunastarea omenirii, stiinta medicala si intelegerea lumii. Este o teorie plina de credibilitate, sustinuta de un numar crescind de probe si studii stiintifice acceptate de oamenii de stiinta."


- Daca asa stau lucrurile, cum iti explici ca - te citez:

"Creationismul care are pretentia de a fi o stiinta are astazi din ce in ce mai multi adepti in defavoarea teoriei evolutioniste."?!...

...si ca,

acesti "din ce in ce mai multi adepti" nu mai sint babele si mosii analfabeti din nu stiu care catun de munte "uitat de Dumnezeu"... ci sint indivizi care au dobindit pe cai oneste una sau mai multe diplome universitare (si isi desfasoara si in prezent activitatea) - nu in domeniul arhitecturii, artelor plastice, etc... ci - sic - in domeniul biologiei, fizicii atomice, geologiei... sau mai stiu eu carei discipline de al carei suport teoria evolutionista are nevoie cu atita disperare pentru a supravietui?!...

Te invit sa inspectezi modesta lista de mai jos, si sa precizezi pe citi dintre cei enumerati in ea ii suspectezi de incompetenta/lipsa de onestitate academica... ce anume ii descalifica (,) ca autentici oameni de stiinta... si ce anume ii plaseaza in inferioritate academica in raport cu oamenii de stiinta care accepta varianta evolutionista:

1. Dr Paul Ackerman, Psychologist
2. Dr E. Theo Agard, Medical Physics
3. Dr James Allan, Geneticist
4. Dr Steve Austin, Geologist
5. Dr S.E. Aw, Biochemist
6. Dr Thomas Barnes, Physicist
7. Dr Don Batten, Plant physiologist, tropical fruit expert
8. Dr John Baumgardner, Electrical Engineering, Space Physicist, Geophysicist, expert in supercomputer modeling of plate tectonics
9. Dr Jerry Bergman, Psychologist
10. Dr Kimberly Berrine, Microbiology & Immunology
11. Prof. Vladimir Betina, Microbiology, Biochemistry & Biology
12. Dr Raymond G. Bohlin, Biologist
13. Dr Andrew Bosanquet, Biology, Microbiology
14. Edward A. Boudreaux, Theoretical Chemistry
15. Dr David R. Boylan, Chemical Engineer
16. Prof. Linn E. Carothers, Associate Professor of Statistics
17. Dr David Catchpoole, Plant Physiologist (read his testimony)
18. Prof. Sung-Do Cha, Physics
19. Dr Eugene F. Chaffin, Professor of Physics
20. Dr Choong-Kuk Chang, Genetic Engineering
21. Prof. Jeun-Sik Chang, Aeronautical Engineering
22. Dr Donald Chittick, Physical Chemist
23. Prof. Chung-Il Cho, Biology Education
24. Dr John M. Cimbala, Mechanical Engineering
25. Dr Harold Coffin, Palaeontologist
26. Dr Bob Compton, DVM
27. Dr Ken Cumming, Biologist
28. Dr Jack W. Cuozzo, Dentist
29. Dr William M. Curtis III, Th.D., Th.M., M.S., Aeronautics & Nuclear Physics
30. Dr Malcolm Cutchins, Aerospace Engineering
31. Dr Lionel Dahmer, Analytical Chemist
32. Dr Raymond V. Damadian, M.D., Pioneer of magnetic resonance imaging
33. Dr Chris Darnbrough, Biochemist
34. Dr Nancy M. Darrall, Botany
35. Dr Bryan Dawson, Mathematics
36. Dr Douglas Dean, Biological Chemistry
37. Prof. Stephen W. Deckard, Assistant Professor of Education
38. Dr David A. DeWitt, Biology, Biochemistry, Neuroscience
39. Dr Don DeYoung, Astronomy, atmospheric physics, M.Div
40. Dr Geoff Downes, Creationist Plant Physiologist
41. Dr Ted Driggers, Operations research
42. Dr André Eggen, Geneticist
43. Prof. Dennis L. Englin, Professor of Geophysics
44. Prof. Danny Faulkner, Astronomy
45. Prof. Carl B. Fliermans, Professor of Biology
46. Prof. Dwain L. Ford, Organic Chemistry
47. Prof. Robert H. Franks, Associate Professor of Biology
48. Dr Alan Galbraith, Watershed Science
49. Dr Paul Giem, Medical Research
50. Dr Maciej Giertych, Geneticist
51. Dr Duane Gish, Biochemist
52. Dr Werner Gitt, Information Scientist
53. Dr Dianne Grocott, Psychiatrist
54. Dr Stephen Grocott, Industrial Chemist
55. Dr Donald Hamann, Food Scientist
56. Dr Barry Harker, Philosopher
57. Dr Charles W. Harrison, Applied Physicist, Electromagnetics
58. Dr John Hartnett, Physicist and Cosmologist
59. Dr George Hawke, Environmental Scientist
60. Dr Margaret Helder, Science Editor, Botanist
61. Dr Harold R. Henry, Engineer
62. Dr Jonathan Henry, Astronomy
63. Dr Joseph Henson, Entomologist
64. Dr Robert A. Herrmann, Professor of Mathematics, US Naval Academy
65. Dr Andrew Hodge, Head of the Cardiothoracic Surgical Service
66. Dr Kelly Hollowell, Molecular and Cellular Pharmacologist
67. Dr Ed Holroyd, III, Atmospheric Science
68. Dr Bob Hosken, Biochemistry
69. Dr Neil Huber, Physical Anthropologist
70. Dr Russell Humphreys, Physicist
71. Dr James A. Huggins, Professor and Chair, Department of Biology
George T. Javor, Biochemistry
72. Dr Pierre Jerlström, Creationist Molecular Biologist
73. Dr Arthur Jones, Biology
74. Dr Jonathan W. Jones, Plastic Surgeon
75. Dr Raymond Jones, Agricultural Scientist
76. Prof. Leonid Korochkin, Molecular Biology
77. Dr Valery Karpounin, Mathematical Sciences, Logics, Formal Logics
78. Dr Dean Kenyon, Biologist
79. Prof. Gi-Tai Kim, Biology
80. Prof. Harriet Kim, Biochemistry
81. Prof. Jong-Bai Kim, Biochemistry
82. Prof. Jung-Han Kim, Biochemistry
83. Prof. Jung-Wook Kim, Environmental Science
84. Prof. Kyoung-Rai Kim, Analytical Chemistry
85. Prof. Kyoung-Tai Kim, Genetic Engineering
86. Prof. Young-Gil Kim, Materials Science
87. Prof. Young In Kim, Engineering
88. Dr John W. Klotz, Biologist
89. Dr Vladimir F. Kondalenko, Cytology/Cell Pathology
90. Dr Leonid Korochkin, M.D., Genetics, Molecular Biology, Neurobiology
91. Dr John K.G. Kramer, Biochemistry
92. Prof. Jin-Hyouk Kwon, Physics
93. Prof. Myung-Sang Kwon, Immunology
94. Prof. John Lennox, Mathematics
95. Dr John Leslie, Biochemist
96. Prof. Lane P. Lester, Biologist, Genetics
97. Dr Jason Lisle, Astrophysicist
98. Dr Alan Love, Chemist
99. Dr Ian Macreadie, molecular biologist and microbiologist:
100. Dr John Marcus, Molecular Biologist
101. Dr George Marshall, Eye Disease Researcher
102. Dr Ralph Matthews, Radiation Chemist
103. Dr John McEwan, Chemist
104. Prof. Andy McIntosh, Combustion theory, aerodynamics
105. Dr David Menton, Anatomist
106. Dr Angela Meyer, Creationist Plant Physiologist
107. Dr John Meyer , Physiologist
108. Dr John N. Moore, Science Educator
109. Dr John W. Moreland, Mechanical engineer and Dentist
110. Dr Henry M. Morris, Hydrologist
112. Dr John D. Morris, Geologist
113. Dr Len Morris, Physiologist
114. Dr Graeme Mortimer, Geologist
115. Prof. Hee-Choon No, Nuclear Engineering
116. Dr Eric Norman, Biomedical researcher
117. Dr David Oderberg, Philosopher
118. Prof. John Oller, Linguistics
119. Prof. Chris D. Osborne, Assistant Professor of Biology
120. Dr John Osgood, Medical Practitioner
121. Dr Charles Pallaghy, Botanist
122. Dr Gary E. Parker, Biologist, Cognate in Geology (Paleontology)
123. Dr David Pennington, Plastic Surgeon
124. Prof. Richard Porter
125. Dr John Rankin, Cosmologist
126. Dr A.S. Reece, M.D.
127. Prof. J. Rendle-Short, Pediatrics
128. Dr Jung-Goo Roe, Biology
129. Dr David Rosevear, Chemist
130. Dr Ariel A. Roth, Biology
131. Dr Jonathan D. Sarfati, Physical chemist / spectroscopist
132. Dr Joachim Scheven Palaeontologist:
133. Dr Ian Scott, Educator
134. Dr Saami Shaibani, Forensic physicist
135. Dr Young-Gi Shim, Chemistry
136. Prof. Hyun-Kil Shin, Food Science
137. Dr Mikhail Shulgin, Physics
138. Dr Emil Silvestru, Geologist/karstologist
139. Dr Roger Simpson, Engineer
140. Dr Harold Slusher, Geophysicist
141. Dr E. Norbert Smith, Zoologist
142. Dr Andrew Snelling , Geologist
143. Prof. Man-Suk Song, Computer Science
144. Dr Timothy G. Standish, Biology
145. Prof. James Stark , Assistant Professor of Science Education
146. Prof. Brian Stone, Engineer
147. Dr Esther Su, Biochemistry
148. Dr Charles Taylor, Linguistics
149. Dr Ker C. Thomson, Geophysics
150. Dr Michael Todhunter, Forest Genetics
151. Dr Lyudmila Tonkonog, Chemistry/Biochemistry
152. Dr Royal Truman, Organic Chemist:
153. Dr Larry Vardiman, Atmospheric Science
154. Prof. Walter Veith, Zoologist
155. Dr Joachim Vetter, Biologist
156. Dr Tas Walker, Mechanical Engineer and Geologist
157. Dr Jeremy Walter, Mechanical Engineer
158. Dr Keith Wanser, Physicist
159. Dr Noel Weeks, Ancient Historian (also has B.Sc. in Zoology)
160. Dr A.J. Monty White, Chemistry/Gas Kinetics
161. Dr Carl Wieland, Medical doctor
162. Dr Lara Wieland, Medical doctor
163. Dr Clifford Wilson, Psycholinguist and archaeologist
164. Dr Kurt Wise, Palaeontologist
165. Dr Bryant Wood, Creationist Archaeologist
166. Prof. Seoung-Hoon Yang, Physics
167. Dr Thomas (Tong Y.) Yi, Ph.D., Creationist Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering
168. Dr Ick-Dong Yoo, Genetics
169. Dr Sung-Hee Yoon, Biology
170. Dr Patrick Young, Chemist and Materials Scientist
171. Prof. Keun Bae Yu, Geography
172. Dr Henry Zuill, Biology
scuzele pentru ortografie nu-s destule - de Dan Manoliu la: 23/06/2005 21:42:41
(la: "Ce bine e sa fi desptept si in acelasi timp si roman")
? 1827 - Petrache Poenaru, membru al Academiei Romane si unul dintre organizatorii învatamântului national inventeaza predecesorul stiloului modern: ?condei portaret, fara sfârsit, alimentându?se singur cu cerneala?
Homer had a long lasting writing pen made of reed.
Da Vinci drew improvements ..
Etc…

? 1858 - Bucuresti - primul oras din lume iluminat cu petrol si prima rafinare a petrolului.
Romans had full streets in Rome lighted with torches and with heated sidewalks so that Roman ladies feet do not freeze …
Baltimore in 1816 was the first city to light its streets with gas. ...
Soon much of America, as well as other countries were lighted by gas
First oil refining was done in Ploiesti (not Bucuresti) by Enhlish engineers 1n 1856 … at the time when America found its first oil field … We were ahead here!!!

? 1880 - Dumitru Vasescu - construieste automobilul cu motor cu aburi.
In 1769, the very first self-propelled road vehicle was a military tractor invented by French engineer and mechanic, Nicolas Joseph Cugnot (1725 - 1804). Cugnot used a steam engine to power his vehicle, built under his instructions at the Paris Arsenal by mechanic Brezin. It was used by the French Army to haul artillery at a whopping speed of 2 1/2 mph on only three wheels. The vehicle had to stop every ten to fifteen minutes to build up steam power. The steam engine and boiler were separate from the rest of the vehicle and placed in the front (see engraving above). The following year (1770), Cugnot built a steam-powered tricycle that carried four passengers.

? 1881 Alexandru Ciurcu - obtine un brevet din Franta prin care prevede posibilitatea zborului cu reactie.
The earliest rockets were almost certainly Chinese—there is little doubt that the Chinese first developed “black powder,” the basic propellant used in rockets. The combination of salt-peter, charcoal, and sulphur was probably used in fireworks by the Chinese centuries before Christ lived, but the only written records available are dated well into the Middle Ages.
Mongols besieging the city of Kaifeng in 1232 used arrows propelled by rockets (though primarily as a psychological weapon).
Knowledge about rocketry seems to have moved with the Mongol invasions—the Arabs are seen as having developed rockets by the thirteenth century and are reported as having used them against Saint Louis in the Seventh Crusade; the Italians were experimenting with rockets by the fifteenth century. A major refinement in the formula for black powder was made in the thirteenth century by Roger Bacon; this resulted in the creation of gunpowder.
All of those people dreamt of sending people to the moon on the tail of a rocket … Even Cyrano de Bergerac (the real one) did that in a poem …
Conrad Hass (1551-1579), German, an artillery engineer and chief of arsenal of the town of Sibiu. Hass wrote about the construction and the flight tests of multistage rockets, apparently the earliest writings in existence about the science of rocket engineering. How about that???


? 1885 Victor Babes - realizeaza primul tratat de bacteriologie din lume.
May be correct partially… but Pasteur discovered every single entry from the Babes book…see below. I included some additional date for comparison and scale … The Babes Treaty is a list of the following discoveries … And Pasteur is one of many …
1839: Departure to the Royal College of Besançon 1840: Successful candidate for the literature baccalauréat in Besançon. Maître d'études at the College of Besançon 1842: Successful candidate for the mathematical sciences baccalauréat in Dijon 1843: Accepted at the Ecole Normale Supérieure in Paris 1845: Bachelor of Science 1846: Appointed physics professor at the Tournon high school (Ardèche), but stays on at the Ecole Normale Supérieure as a qualified demonstrator. Study of crystals 1847: Doctor of Science 1848: Appointed physics professor at the Dijon high school. Appointed substitute chemistry professor at the science university of Strasbourg.
Research on dimorphism. Historic paper on the distinction between sodium ammonium paratartrate and tartrate. 1849: Pasteur's wedding with Miss Marie Laurent, daughter of the Strasbourg University rector.
Research on the specific properties of the two acids that make up racemic acid. 1851: Paper by Pasteur on aspartic and malic acids. 1852: New research on relationships that can exist between crystalline forms, chemical composition and the direction of rotatory polarisation. 1853: Pasteur is made Knight of the Imperial Order of the Legion of Honour. He obtains the prize of the Pharmacy Society of Paris for the synthesis of racemic acid. Paper on the discovery of the transformation of tartaric acid into racemic acid, discovery of the optically inactive tartaric acid. 1854: Pasteur is nominated Dean of the University of Science at Lille. 1855: Beginning of studies on fermentation, presentation in Lille of a paper on amyl alcohol. 1856: Beginning of researches on alcoholic fermentation. 1857: Appointed administrator of the Ecole Normale and director of scientific studies of this school. Paper on lactic fermentation. Paper on alcoholic fermentation. 1858: Installation of his laboratory in the attic of the Ecole Normale in Paris, rue d'Ulm Survey by Pasteur on so-called "spontaneous" generations. 1859: Experimental physiology prize from the Academy of Science for his work on fermentations. 1860: Air sampling at Arbois to investigate the issue of so-called "spontaneous" generation. Examination of the doctrine of so-called "spontaneous" generation. 1861: Jecker prize from the Academy of Science for his work on fermentations. Publication in the bulletin of the Chemistry Society of Paris of all his results on vinegar.
1862: Election at the Academy of Science (mineralogy section). Studies on mycoderma and on the role of these plants in acetic fermentation. Alhumbertprize for his research on spontaneous generation. 1863: Napoléon III asks Pasteur to study wine diseases Studies on wine - the influence of air oxygen on vinification. Nominated Professor of Applied Geology, Physics and Chemistry at the National College of Fine Arts 1864: Installation of a laboratory at Arbois for his research on wine 1865: Practical process for improving wine conservation. Studies on silkworm diseases, work on pasteurisation. 1866: Publication of the paper "Studies on wine". Publication of an essay on the scientific work of Claude Bernard. 1867: Creation of a physiological chemistry laboratory at the Ecole Normale. Appointed Professor of organic chemistry at the Sorbonne. Great Prize from the Universal Exhibition for his studies on wine. Resignation from his administrative duties at the Ecole Normale. 1868: Degree as a medical doctor at the University of Bonn. Pasteur suffers from a stroke affecting his left side. Commander of the Legion of Honour. Publication of his studies on vinegar. 1870: Publication of his studies on silkworm diseases. 1871: Studies on beer. 1873: Elected Member of the Academy of Medicine 1876: Publication of his studies on beer. 1877: Paper on the alteration of urine. Studies on anthrax. Studies on septicaemia. 1878: Nominated Grand Officer of the Legion of Honour.
Publication of the paper "Germ theory and its applications to medicine and surgery". Papers on chicken cholera.
Research on gangrene, septicaemia and puerperal fever 1879: Paper on plague. Discovery of immunisation by attenuated cultures. 1880: Becomes Member of the Central Society of Veterinary Medicine. Paper on virulent diseases (Pasteur introduces the principle of attenuated-virus vaccines). Beginning of his research on rabies. 1881: Nominated Grand Cross Holder of the Legion of Honour. Anthrax vaccine. Work on yellow fever near Bordeaux.
Election to the French Academy. 1882: Paper on contagious pleuropneumonia of horned animals. Studies on swine erysipelas. 1883: Vaccination against swine erysipelas using an attenuated-virus vaccine. 1884: New communications on rabies. Communication on pathogenic microbes and attenuated-virus vaccines at the Copenhagen Congress. Pasteur presents the general principle of vaccinations against virulent diseases. 1885: First anti-rabies vaccination on a human being

? 1886 Alexandru Ciurcu - construieste prima ambarcatiune cu reactie.
It’s more complicated, Ciurcu e numai un participant … one of two; also, educated in France.
Desire and Victoire Piot (A late eighteenth century French engineer / inventor and the origins of the Vapour Pulse Jet) probably fled France on the out break of the Franco–Prussian war in 1870 finally arriving in London where he tested his first successful pulse jet boats. Desire Piot could well have been inspired by a rocket powered boat developed by Just Buisson and Ciurcu. Not so successful demonstrations of their jet boat on the river Seine in Paris took place from August to December 1886 for the benefit of the French Ministry of Defense.


? 1887 C. I. Istrate - Friedelina si franceinele.
Correct!!!

? 1895 D. Hurmuzescu - descopera electroscopul.
Jean Antoine Nollet (1700–1770) was a clergyman and physicist. In 1748, Nollet invented one of the first electrometers, the electroscope, which detected the presence of electric charge by using electrostatic attraction and repulsion. Nollet later wrote a theory on electrical attraction and repulsion based on the existence of a continuous flow of electrical matter between charged bodies and became the the first professor of experimental physics at the University of Paris.
Many others including George Washington did the same before our guy … 1755 or so …

? 1899 C.I. Istrate - o noua clasa de coloranti.
Maybe …

? 1900 Nicolae Teclu - becul cu reglarea curentului electric si gaz.
Are you serious??? “Becul de labborator cu reglarea curentului de AER si gaz”; big difference!!!
How about Bunsen? Premix (meaning air and gas) burners were the first purpose-designed burners, and they can be traced back more than 100 years to the Bunsen and similar laboratory burners. A premix burner system really consists of two key components, the burner head or nozzle, and the gas-air mixing device that feeds it. In some cases they're built as a single unit. The mixer uses the energy of a pressurized stream of air and/or gas to mix the two and present them to the burner nozzle, which provides an ignition and anchoring point for the flame and controls its shape.

? 1904 Emil Racovita - fondatorul biospeologiei.
Absolutely correct!!!

? 1905 Augustin Maior - telefonia multipla.
AT&T 1902 … also Bell Laboratoryes …

? 1906, 18.03 - Traian Vuia - avionul cu tren de aterizare pe roti cu pneuri; cu ?Vuia I? acesta reuseste prima decolare fara sa foloseasca nici un mijloc ajutator, numai cu aparate aflate la bord (în fapt, primul avion din istorie).
Are you serious?
The first powered heavier-than-air flight took place in 1890 (Clement Ader, steam engine on bat-winged monoplane, 60 yards). The Wrights' 1903 flight (300 yards) was the first photographed heavier-than-air flight. [Correction: not quite true; there exist photos of Lilienthal's non-powered heavier-than-air flights in the 1890s.] After the advent of relatively light combustion engines (such as Benz, Otto, Diesel), other pioneers pursued similar approaches, but no photographs were taken by Richard Pearse (New Zealand, March 1903) and Karl Jatho (August 1903). Finally, the Wrights needed headwinds or catapults to start their planes, so they were not fully self-powered. But Brazil's Santos-Dumont was (1906, first official airplane flight).
Important stuff: Richard Pearse March 31, 1902. Accounts by witnesses of the flight vary, from "50 to 400 yards in length", but it seems most likely that it was around 350 yards long, and ending prematurely when the flying machine landed in a large hedge - 4 metres off the ground ! The aircraft was the first to use proper ailerons, instead of the inferior wing warping system that the Wright's used. The flying machine also had a modern tricycle type landing gear, thus negating the need for ramps, slides, or skids. Any suitable road would do. The flying machine was aerodynamically crude, for sure, but did the job on the day, and in fact for months afterwards. By the end of July 1903, Pearse had achieved flights of around one kilometre in length, and perhaps even more amazingly, some of them included turns ! An absolutely fantastic achievement for the time. Pearce also built the engine, which was estimated at about 15 - 22hp, but hampered by a much cruder propeller than the Wright's machine.

? 1906 A.A. Beldiman - aparatul hidraulic cu dalta de percutie pentru sondaje adânci.
Tough to prove!!!

? 1908 Lazar Edeleanu ? primul procedeu de rafinare a produselor petroliere cu bioxid de sulf din lume, procedeu care ii poarta numele.
A good one!!! Oil helped us a lot in the first half of last century.

? 1908 Acad. Nicolaie Vasilescu-Karpen - ?pila Karpen", care functioneaza înca si produce curent electric, neîntrerupt, de aproape 100 de ani!
William Grove produced the first fuel cell in 1839 over 150 years ago. He based his experiment on the fact that sending an electric current through water splits the water into its component parts of hydrogen and oxygen. So, Grove tried reversing the reaction - combining hydrogen and oxygen to produce electricity and water. This is the basis of a simple fuel cell. The term “fuel cell” was coined later in 1889 by Ludwig Mond and Charles Langer, who attempted to build the first practical device using air and industrial coal gas.

? 1910 iunie - Aurel Vlaicu - lanseaza primul avion din lume fuselat aerodinamic.
See also Rolland Garos and other Santos-Dumont financed … French aircraft … and … so… on …

? 1910 Tache Brumarescu - masina de taiat sulf.
So what? The Austrians have invented the sowing machine before that. So what. The English invented the automated knitting machines before that. So what?

? 1910 Stefan Procopiu - efectul circular al discontinuitatilor de magnetism.
Bohr-Procopiu magneton … amazing participation to highly sophisticated physics. An excellent one …

? 1910 Gh. Marinescu - tratamentul paraliziei generale.
Close but no cigar! It was alive and well in America before 1900 …

? 1910 Henri Coanda reuseste primul zbor al unui avion cu reactie (fabricatie proprie).
Correct!!! First and foremost, it is now being recognized as the first air-reactive engine (jet) aircraft, making its first and only flight October, 1910. ... in Paris (not Romania, of course).


? 1910 Ioan Cantacuzino - ? fenomenul Cantacuzino? (aglutinarea unor microbi).
How about this? First experiments with streptococcal agglutination Paul Moser and Bensaude, Le phenomene de l'agglutination des. microbes. Carre, Paris 1897. ...

? 1913-1916 Ioan Cantacuzino - vaccinarea antiholerica (metoda Cantacuzino)
Pasteur was known as the father of stereochemistry, but his contributions to microbiology and medicine were greater. Pasteur discovered anaerobic bacteria and two silkworm diseases. It was he who discovered that if you take a microbe that causes a particular disease, for instance, smallpox, and make a weakened form of it, that weakened smallpox microbe can be used to fight off the stronger smallpox microbes. Doctors now inoculate people against all kinds of diseases and, for a time, had almost eradicated smallpox. Pasteur also invented the anthrax vaccine, the cholera vaccine, and the rabies vaccine. He died in 1895.

? 1916 D. Danielopolu - actiunea hipertensiva a digitalei.
The man credited with the introduction of digitalis into the practice of medicine was William Withering. Withering was born in Wellington, Shropshire, England in 1741. He followed in the medical footsteps of his father who was an apothecary-surgeon. Withering received his MD degree in 1766. As an individual, William Withering was an extremely giving person. He would personally see and treat two or three thousand poor patients a year limiting him to making about 1000 British pounds as compared to his contemporary doctors who made 5000 British pounds per year. Withering published about 19 articles during his lifetime. After fighting a long battle with tuberculosis, William Withering, the father of digitalis medicine, died on October 6 1799, at the age of 58.

? 1918 Gogu Constantinescu - întemeiaza o noua stiinta: sonicitatea.
Correct but not in Romania; in England where he educated himself and become a teacher of physics. Had he stayed in Romania he would have done nothing like most of us …

? 1919 Stefan Procopiu - unitatea elementara de energie magnetica (magnetonul).
Same as above, verry good!!!

? 1920 Emil Racovita - pune bazele Institutul de Speologie Cluj (primul din lume).
First in the world is tough to prove!!!

? 1920 ing. Gheorghe Botezatu - a calculat traiectoriile posibile Pamânt - Luna, folosite la pregatirea programelor ?Apollo? (al caror parinte a fost sibianul Herman Oberth); el a fost si seful echipei de matematicieni care a lucrat la proiectul rachetei ?Apollo? care a dus primul om pe Luna.
About the calculations Earth-Moon you must be kidding.
Herman Oberth also started Hitler’s V1 and, by the way, hated Romania and wrote to German leadership to dump Romania as an ally …

? 1921 Aurel Persu - automobilul fara diferential, cu motor în spate (de forma ?picaturii de apa").
Could be but it does not work …

? 1921 Nicolae Paulescu - descopera insulina; pentru ca era un anti-mason virulent, Premiul Nobel l-au primit canadienii F. Banting si J.R.J. McLeod pentru aceasta descoperire?
It should already be clear that 1920 comes before 1921 but anyway … there were others also …
1908 German scientist, Georg Zuelzer develops the first injectible pancreatic extract to suppress glycosuria; however, there are extreme side effects to the treatment.
1010-1920 Frederick Madison Allen and Elliot P. Joslin emerge as the two leading diabetes specialists in the United States.
1913 Allen, after three years of diabetes study, publishes Studies Concerning Glycosuria and Diabetes, a book which is significant for the revolution in diabetes therapy that developed from it.
1919 Frederick Allen publishes Total Dietary Regulation in the Treatment of Diabetes, citing exhaustive case records of 76 of the 100 diabetes patients he observed, becomes the director of diabetes research at the Rockefeller Institute.
July 1, 1920 Dr. Banting opens his first office in London, Ontario. He receives his first patient on July 29th; his total earnings for his first month of work is $4.00.

? 1921 Stefan Procopiu - Fenomenul Procopiu (depolarizarea luminii).
May be …

? 1922 C.Levaditi si Sazevac - bismutul ca agent terapeutic împotriva sifilisului.
Bullshit!!!
Syphilis was treated with mercury or other ineffective remedies until World War I (1914-1916), when effective treatments based on arsenic or bismuth were introduced. These were succeeded by antibiotics after World War II.


? 1925 Traian Vuia - generatorul de abur cu ardere în camera închisa si cu vaporizare instantanee.
Vuia was a great engineer, but when he tried to patent his airplane the Arsenal in Romania threw him out and he had to go to France to find forward looking people to fund his invention … Now we want him! La placinte innainte, la razboi innapoi …

? 1930 Elie Carafoli - avionul cu aripa joasa.
Bullshit!!!
Zdenek Lhota - Czechoslovakia – 1925 - flew the BH-11 low-wing monoplane.
Albert W. (Al) Mooney - chief engineer at Alexander (1928-1929) was responsible for the Bullet, an advanced, high speed, low wing monoplane. With Mooney's patented retractable landing gear, it was a mild sensation and ahead of its time.

? 1933 Henri Coanda - aerodina lenticulara (farfuria zburatoare).
? 1938 Henri Coanda - efectul Coanda.
? 1938 Henri Coanda - discul volant.
The Coanda Effect is a real Romanian contribution to the progress of science. All good!!! But again in England, not in Romania. That should tell anyone something …

? 1952 Ia fiinta Institutul National de Geronto-Geriatrie ?Dr. Ana Aslan", primul institut de geriatrie din lume, model pentru tarile dezvoltate, prin asistenta clinica si cercetare. ?Ana Aslan? are, anual, mii de pacienti.
A big lie …and a lot of word of mouth phony advertising …

Exagerarea contributiei noastre la motorul societatii umane ii face pe unii romani sa creada ca, de buni ce suntem, n-avem nimic de schimbat, iar ceilalti sa ne pupe ...

Sarcina celor ce publca e sa corecteze asta.

Dan Manoliu
Canada
cattallin2002 - de Cassandra la: 24/06/2005 21:39:12
(la: Oamenii nu se trag din maimuta)
Aduci in mod constant argumente si citate impotriva evolutiei pe care le culegi din pagini creationiste care nu fac decit sa scoata din context afirmatiile biologilor evolutionisti cu unicul scop de a trece in mod fraudulos in banda lor o serie de evolutionisti celebri. Iata de exemplu aceasta pagina: http://members.iinet.net.au/~sejones/intrdc03.html in care la biologi apar P Grasse (pe care il citezi si tu) si Lynn Margulis. Citatele date in aceasta pagina sint complet scoase din context in favoarea creationistilor (de fapt activitatea lor consta in a ataca in mod constant evolutionismul, in a scoate din context cuvintele evolutionistilor, in a cauta argumente anti-evolutioniste). Lynn Margulis autoarea teoriei simbiogenetice acceptata in prezent de lumea biologilor si care explica aparitia celulei eucariote, este o evolutionista convinsa.

Cit despre Grasse, citeste articolul bine intitulat “Cretinism or Evilution”: http://www.talkorigins.org/faqs/ce/3/part11.html Se pare ca in aceeasi carte de care vorbesti s-au omis in mod voluntar afirmatiile autorului potrivit carora el accepta teoria evolutiei ca fapt si nu ca ipoteza: “Zoologists and botanists are nearly unanimous in considering evolution as a fact and not a hypothesis. I agree with this position and base it primarily on documents provided by paleontology, i.e., the history of the living world ... [Also,] Embryogenesis provides valuable data [concerning evolutionary relationships] ... Chemistry, through its analytical data, directs biologists and provides guidance in their search for affinities between groups of animals or plants, and ... plays an important part in the approach to genuine evolution." (Pierre P. Grasse, Evolution of Living Organisms, Academic Press, New York, 1977, pp. 3,4,5,7)

TEORIA EVOLUTIEI NU ESTE O TEORIE SPECULATIVA spre deosebire de teoriile originii vietii pe pamint de exemplu. Creationistii “stiintifici” au construit o pseudo-stiinta pe dogma creatiei intelgente, si nu fac decit sa caute argumente anti-evolutie (multe din ele rizibile ca de exemplu ca nu au mai aparut si nu apar specii noi) si sa proiecteze toate deficientele si viciile proprii de gindire asupra adevarului stiintific demonstrat – teoria evolutiei.

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Ma faci sa zimbesc .Chiar crezi ca traiesc pe sub pamint ?Glory holes....lol... unii le au in apartamentul propriu
Insa daca vrei si esti interesata sa afli alte aspecte ale homosexualitatii nu cauta in chaturi si pe internet . Nu vei gasi decit lume care face hook-up si nu e relevant.Ia si tu niste carti sau vorbeste cu gays care fac si altceva decit sa stea 10 ore pe zi in chat

"Noi nu stim ce este iubirea, nimeni nu stie. Noi lasam natura sa o defineasca pentru noi, stiind doar ca are un scop bine definit: acela de a ne reproduce. Natura intotdeauna are un scop."-imi aduci aminte de tata pentru care daca nu se maninca nu are sens , perpetuarea speciei si traditia sociala .Asta cind era mai tinar .Noroc ca dupa 50 ainceput sa se schimbe .Ai cumva ingineria de formatie si esti Fecioara de zodie? Gindesti atit de logic.....nu mi-o lua in nume de rau , unii oameni sint asa, stii ,gindesc asa,nu e nimic rau in asta.De aceea exista varietate ....creata de natura ca sa nu ne plictisim unii cu altii ...
Tu chiar crezi ca iubesti cu un scop si cu ajutorul hormonilor?


Sar de la una la alta ....Stii scandalurile cu preotii catolici , anul trecut parca,nu? Marea majoritate a copiilor abuzati sint hetero in momentul de fata. Nu am auzit nici un caz vreunul sa strige ca a fost abuzat si a devenit homosexual .
In alta ordine de idei abuzul e abuz si e rau . Nu minimalizez nimic .Sint de acord ca are o influenta. Insa nu ma surprinde ca in exemplul pe care mi l-ai dat cu baiatul de 9 ani si sexul oral (care este un abuz!!)el ia lucrurile usor.Sint povesti clasice pe care ai sa le auzi de la multi dintre ei.

Pot sa te intreb,ai cumva un baiat si iti este frica sa nu ii se intimpla ?in acest caz iti inteleg atitudinea insa....(si .ma repet ca un automat).....

.... , nu exista nici un fel atractie a unui heterosexual nascut si dotat pentru reproducere ,cum spui tu ,catre un homosexual .the chemistry is not the same .Curiozitate sexuala poate ....dar nu atractie.Viceversa e posibil pentru ca homosexualii au feminitatea in ei ,( chiar daca nu mai e la moda ,asta nu inseamna ca nu exista )si fantezie cu carul.Insa un homosexual care stie ce vrea nu va umbla dupa hetero .In nici un caz .De asta au relationships de asta vor dreptul la casatorie ,de asta exista comunitate gay . Nu pentru ca vor heterosexuali.

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ptr. ca tot se vorbeste despre preturi.... - de Dinu Lazar la: 01/08/2005 06:59:04
(la: O conversatie cu DINU LAZAR, fotograf)
Exista o discutie chiar acum pe o lista a fotografilor profesionisti; un amic din State are o replica ce pune pe ginduri...

You know, the thought occurs to me that, thanks to advancements in
technology, the need (as it is perceived by the consumer) for
professional photographers is ever dwindling.

This is not meant as a trolling post to raise ire, but a simple
observation. Remember, 100 years ago doing this newfangled thing
called photography required a quasi-chemistry degree; mixing
emulsions, chemicals, etc. was the state of the art. Not a whole lot
of photos were taken, since one needed a "pro" just to get a single
picture made.

Time passed, new stuff got invented and then George E came along with
the portable camera. Now here was a camera for the masses - anyone's
Uncle Filbert could take some family snaps, but the pro level stuff
was still far more costly and the skills required to use it way
beyond casual - so the profession prospered. If anything, I'd imagine
that seeing the fuzzy badly composed shots from Filbert would incite
more people to want to go to a pro for a "real" portrait.

Another 50-ish years, and nowadays the quality of equipment is nil
between "pro level" and advanced consumer. Heck, they even coined the
term "prosumer" to accommodate the idea of just regular folk owning
fancy gear. Thanks to post production software that can be applied to
digital images, the number of individuals who have access to hitherto
custom or high-end retouching has exploded. So, it is not
inconceivable that the Uncle Filbert of today can and does produce
work as excellent as any pro.

And this is not to denigrate the professionals, who must work ever
harder to convince people that their fees are worth it. Certainly, on
the artistic side the pro's ability to herd the wedding guests or
know how the lighting should be or time to the exact nanosecond
before releasing the shutter are tangible skills that must be
included in the consumer's perception of value. But those skills are
getting buried under the sheer number of advanced hobbyists who are
happy just to get their work published, or honored to be taking the
photos for the family wedding. And, whereas in past decades the
difference between those hobbyists' output and the professionals' was
noticeable, I think we are seeing a time now where that difference is
ever narrowing. In fact, with more images being viewed on screens,
any subtleties of lighting and tonality are all the more lost as when
compared to paper versions (magazine or inkjet).

What I'm saying is that, through no fault of anything but
technological progress, I get the sense that in another 50 years
(probably less) there will no longer be a professional photographic
"industry" - there will be equipment and software providers, but the
huge value added by pros of yesteryear and to a lesser degree today
will shaved even further to the point where commercial venues of
photography will be limited. Photographs as fine art will no doubt
survive, as they should, but it just seems to me that wedding,
photojournalism, and to some degree commercial photography may become
quaint memories by the time our children have grown.
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N-as zice ca e 'un lucru urat - de kedi la: 07/11/2005 00:17:26
(la: Umorul)
N-as zice ca e 'un lucru urat' a cauta pe cineva dupa niste caractristici fizice, e ur si simplu o copilarie, o joaca, nici cei care fac asta, indiferent de 'nivelul individului' nu cred cu adevarat ... Pe de alta parte, a impune 'canditatului' la jumatate intrunirea unor criterii ce tin de intelect, mie mi se pare o chestie de mandrie, de supraapreciere a propriei persoane. La o adica... si unele si altele din criteriile astea au aceeasi finalitate zero daca nu exista ceva mai mult: 'the chemistry'.
In ce ma priveste, a spune ca iti doresti sa ai langa tine pe cineva cu umor e la fel de aiurea cu a spune ca vrei sa aiba ochii verzi sau sa-i placa jazz. Umorul e-o chestie de mare finete, trebuie sa fie pe aceeasi frecventa cu cel pe care-l 'gusti' tu, altfel e degeaba.
Altfel spus, nu sustin ideea cautarii pe criterii, indiferent de ce natura sunt ele si nu cred ca tipul criteriilor stabilite in acest caz indica inaltimea nivelului individului.
Cassandra, corectie........Vitamina K - de Mr Six la: 10/03/2006 06:14:57
(la: CIRCUMCIZIA, intre ritual si igiena.)
Am sa fac un copy/paste...am gasit ceva,, FINALLY !
Intrebarea pentru doctori este:
-Prothrombina, se afla in cantitatea cea mai mare (reach its peak) in ziua nr. 8.... sau toata povestea de jos este o "abureala" ?

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In other sciences we find similar scientific prevision. In medicine, God had directed Abraham to circumcise newborn males specifically on the eighth day (Genesis 17:12). It wasn't until the twentieth century we discovered that only after eight days of life does vitamin K in the infant's diet permit prothrombin, an important blood clotting factor, to reach its peak. To circumcise on an earlier day, when the clotting mechanism is immature, could result in excessive bleeding. Further, there are many other cultures that circumcise their males on the first, fourth, sixth, seventh, or twentieth days of life. If the Jews had discovered the eighth day merely by trial and error, why didn't other cultures do so? Clearly Jewish practice was based on obedience to divine revelation. Deut.23:12-14, Lev. 17:11, and many other Scriptures reflect hygienic or medical knowledge far in advance of its time. The life is in the blood.

Leviticus 17:11 shows us the life of flesh is in the blood. Something only recently discovered by science. There are 75,000 miles of veins and arteries in the body to carry the blood.

Many of the great scientific discoveries were inspired through the Word of God. As men who trusted God as the creator discovered an intelligent designer for the universe and pursued what he inspired others to write thousands of years before.
While the Bible is not written as a science textbook when it speaks on nature and science it is accurate. Only the creator could communicate this.

A good portion of our modern science was founded by creationists.

Francis and Roger Bacon.

Galileo=Heliocentricity

Sir Issac Newton= Calculas and gravity, particle theory of light

Joseph Lister= Antiseptic surgery

Matthew Maury- Discovery of oceanography from Psalms 8:8

Louis Pastuer = sterilization, bacteriology he is one of the greatest biologists.

Johann Kepler =celestial mechanics astronomy

Robert Boyle= founder of chemistry ( a Christian ).

William Harvey= circulation of the blood.

Modern discoveries by Christians= Michael faraday -made the generator and electro magnetic induction

Samuel Morris made the telegraph and his first words Numbers 23:23 "what God has wrought."

James Simpson was the founder of ginecology founded chloroform on Adams deep sleep (he said his greatest discovery was that he had a savior.)

Charles Barage= Computer, speedometer, opthamaloscope ( a Christian)

Carolus Lineaus= Gave us the family of species the Genesis kind (believer in the Bible) Taxonomy.

Nicolas Steno= Father of the science of stratography


salutari,
sixpack
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Hell.......Hot or Cold? - de Horia D la: 15/05/2006 17:53:30
(la: Trancaneala Aristocrata "9")

The following is an actual question given on a University of Washington
chemistry mid-term. The answer by one student was so "profound" that
the professor shared it with colleagues, via the Internet, which is, of
course, why we now have the pleasure of enjoying it as well.
 
Bonus Question: Is Hell exothermic (gives off heat) or endothermic (absorbs heat)?
 
Most of the students wrote proofs of their beliefs using Boyle's Law
(gas cools when it expands and heats when it is compressed) or some
variant.
 
One student, however, wrote the following:
 
First, we need to know how the mass of Hell is changing in time. So we
need to know the rate at which souls are moving into Hell and the rate
at which they are leaving. I think that we can safely assume that once a
soul gets to Hell, it will not leave. Therefore, no souls are leaving.
 
As for how many souls are entering Hell, let's look at the different
religions that exist in the world today.  Most of these religions
state that if you are not a member of their religion, you will go to Hell.
Since there is more than one of these religions and since people do not
belong to more than one religion, we can project that all souls go to
Hell. With birth and death rates as they are, we can expect the number of souls in Hell to increase exponentially.
 
Now, we look at the rate of change of the volume in Hell because
Boyle's Law states that in order for the temperature and pressure in Hell to stay the same, the volume of Hell has to expand proportionately as souls are added.
 
This gives two possibilities:
 
1. If Hell is expanding at a slower rate than the rate at which souls
enter Hell, then the temperature and pressure in Hell will increase
until all Hell breaks loose.

2. If Hell is expanding at a rate faster than the increase of souls in
Hell, then the temperature and pressure will drop until Hell freezes
over.
 
So which is it?
 
If we accept the postulate given to me by Teresa during my freshman
year that, "It will be a cold day in Hell before I sleep with you," and take
into account the fact that I slept with her last night, then number 2
must be true, and thus I am sure that Hell is exothermic and has already
frozen over. The  corollary of this theory is that since Hell has frozen
over, it follows that it is not accepting any more souls and is therefore, extinct... leaving only Heaven - thereby proving the existence of a divine being which explains why, last night, Teresa kept shouting "Oh, my God!"
 
THIS STUDENT RECEIVED THE ONLY "A"
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:) - de Bitterdream la: 14/06/2007 00:43:39 Modificat la: 14/06/2007 00:43:59
(la: Ce face femeia cu amantul nu face cu bărbatul!)
Nu a vrut sa sune ironic. A fost doar o gluma.
__________________________

Eu cred ca acel chemistry chiar exista.
Si daca exista, oamenii stiu din primul moment cand se privesc si se ating, daca va exista un va urma...
Si stiu la un nivel de perceptie care este prea profund pentru a putea fi descris.
Care scapa transpunerii in cuvinte.
Si pana la urma nici nu e nevoie sa fie transpus.

E adevarat ca ulterior, intra in functiune ratiunea si de multe ori, zgomotul motoarelor sale, provoaca e diminuare a perceptiilor reale, inlocuindu-le cu cele care se cuvin.

:)
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maan - de aqua la: 08/02/2009 13:44:36 Modificat la: 08/02/2009 13:48:58
(la: Divizibilitate)
Pai,
ar fi cateva variante.
Pentru ca sunt blonda (noroc ca mai am ceva relative sanse, ca la origine era un fel de nisipiu)
Pentru ca imi atarna in aer niste legaturi din alea chimice (valente, covalente..) si moleculele nu sunt stabile - trebuie sa se cupleze, nu? Ar zice un chimist (un soi de “exploratory chemistry” parca ar descrie approach-ul in stilul asta). Si atunci a cauta intregul devine o necesitate.
Pentru ca asa facem noi, substituim prin scheme intelectuale cat mai alambicate nevoi si gesturi naturale; ca suntem destepti! Adunam cuvinte si elaboram (cand nu lucrari, proiecte ori alte bazaconii), apoi le trimitem cui ni se pare interesant ori ne place. Deci, din deformatie profesionala folosim cuvinte in locul mainilor care trag, palmelor care se strecoara si mangaie pe sub textile locuri cald-ascunse, gurilor care..(ok, gata).
pentru ca suntem normali, adica cu functii naturale; dar uitate. Si ele se sublimeaza prin cuvinte. Partile alea lasate de Dumnezeu sa functioneze si pe care noi le pedepsim, trimit conversii in idei, poeme si altele.
Asta ar fi o abordare cam ca a lui Sigmund.
Una practica ar fi: "Ia lasa-te de traforaj, milieuri si lucru manual si treci tu fatuco pe un site de matrimoniale!"
*** - de alex boldea la: 13/05/2009 07:50:34
(la: ce va starneste dorinta)
it's just chemistry.
si eventual sa nu aiba un miros respingator.
Linus Pauling - de zaraza sc la: 27/06/2013 11:17:36
(la: Nassim Haramein - o altfel de fizică)
Dintr-un documentar transmis ieri pe nu stiu ce canal, am aflat ca Linus Pauling, care a primit premiul Nobel pentru chimie in 1954 si a avut o cariera sustinuta in cercetare incepand din scoala, a avut probleme in a fi crezut cand s-a opus utilizarii armelor nucleare. Nu a primit nici pasaport in 1952 din aceasta cauza.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linus_Pauling
(in engleza, ca in romaneste se rezuma la esential)

"Pauling had been practically apolitical until World War II, but the aftermath of the war and his wife's pacifism changed his life profoundly, and he became a peace activist. During the beginning of the Manhattan Project, Robert Oppenheimer invited him to be in charge of the Chemistry division of the project, but he declined, not wanting to uproot his family. He did work on other projects that had military applications, such as explosives, rocket propellants, an oxygen meter for submarines and the patent of an armor-piercing shell; he was awarded a Presidential Medal of Merit.[45][46] In 1946, he joined the Emergency Committee of Atomic Scientists, chaired by Albert Einstein.[47] Its mission was to warn the public of the dangers associated with the development of nuclear weapons. His political activism prompted the U.S. State Department to deny him a passport in 1952, when he was invited to speak at a scientific conference in London.[48][49] In a speech before the US senate on June 6 of the same year, Senator Wayne Morse publicly denounced the action of the State Department, and urged the Passport Division to reverse its decision. Pauling and his wife Ava were issued a “limited passport” to attend the aforementioned conference in England.[50][51] His passport was restored in 1954, shortly before the ceremony in Stockholm where he received his first Nobel Prize. Joining Einstein, Bertrand Russell and eight other leading scientists and intellectuals, he signed the Russell-Einstein Manifesto in 1955.[52]"




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