nonscience


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nonscience

(ˌnɒnˈsaɪəns)
n
that which is not science or scientific
adj
relating to that which is not science
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He strikes me as a person quite conversant in the other nonscience disciplines like art, literature, religion, and philosophy.
Pros and cons, pros and cons--how could I possibly sit in Houston for a decade in an environment of flat plains, murky air, unimaginativeness and nonscience?" --The Making of an Ex-Astronaut 10
US farmers and agribusinesses regard existing EU food safety standards as discriminatory and nonscience based.
Regardless, our observations suggest the EH workforce includes professionals who have widely varied educational backgrounds, sometimes nonscience based, and who lack formal academic preparation in the EH sciences and practice.
From the beginning, philosophers of science were fully engaged in the project of methodologically distinguishing science from nonscience. Yet, these efforts were in vain, for every proposed demarcating method brought a host of difficulties.
* We want to encourage bets that promote or advance the field, and discourage vague or nonscience bets such as "when will be the next AI winter" or "company X will be out of business by 2020"
The second outlines how science works, and what distinguishes science from nonscience. Dean explores the nature of scientific knowledge and explains how population-based studies are designed, how statistical data analysis and model building affect the results of scientific studies, and how the peer review and publication process gives preference to certain types of findings.
Therefore, this study focused on information specialists who provided services in biomedicine and the sciences, including those who provided services in these fields in addition to nonscience fields.
In a companion program, AMS also offers packaged course curriculum materials for colleges and universities to offer weather, oceanography, and climate as science courses primarily directed toward nonscience majors.
Tendency to skip meals had the highest adjusted OR (2.94 (95% CI: 2.17-4.00)), followed by the predominant diet (nonvegetarian diet 1.74 (95% CI: 1.29-2.35)) and subject specialty/stream in which they studied (nonscience 1.59 (95% CI: 1.07-2.36)).
But I went to a small liberal arts college and had to take nonscience subjects, too.
Science motivation questionnaire II: validation with science majors and nonscience majors.