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paradigm shift

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(Philosophy) a radical change in underlying beliefs or theory
[C20: coined by T.S. Kuhn (1922–96), US philosopher of science]
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Now aged 70, Penny's life still revolves around caring for the 300-pound gorilla and this documentary explores what we can learn from this extraordinary science experiment-turned-unique friendship and asks the question: can animals actually communicate with humans and even share their thoughts and feelings with us?
Pushing his latest book The Aliens Are Coming - dubbed the 'exciting and extraordinary science behind our search for life in the universe' - he reckons life will be found in space within the next 10 years.
You look at this university's extraordinary science and technology achievements, and if you wonder what will happen to the humanities, you can be threatened, or you can be invigorated,'' said Franco Moretti, the director of the Stanford Literary Lab.
We'll see air traffic control in action and explain the extraordinary science and logistics behind every flight.
School kids from all walks of life are being given the chance to nominate their class to have Brian rocket into their science lesson on February 6 to surprise pupils with an extraordinary science lesson.
Children, teachers and parents from the region can now enter their class into the special prize draw, which will see Prof Cox rocketing into the winning school on February 6 2013 and surprising pupils with an extraordinary science lesson.
Sir Roland Jackson, Chief Executive of the British Science Association which runs the competition, commented: "This entry shows just how exciting and extraordinary science and engineering can really be.
Stephanie's entry shows just how exciting and extraordinary science and engineering can really be.
The company stated the award recognises extraordinary science teachers at the kindergarten through 12th grade level who significantly impact their students through exemplary science teaching and who achieve demonstrated results in student learning in communities where it operates.
If you know an extraordinary science teacher working with K-12 students in California, Colorado, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, Washington or Canada, let them know about this opportunity to win $5,000 for him or herself and a $5,000 grant for the school science program.

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