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These Are Macroevolutionary Vectors At Least!

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on October 4, 2002 18:00:55 UTC

Modern physics is still not not only about subatomic particles. The old terms are not
archaic yet! Weight, velocity, number, density,
and biochemical properties are among the terms which describe the media for these.

Oh, and these terms were mainly developed
in the west. Sure, the abacus is Eastern,
but most modern phyics developed in the West.
As Isaac Asimov might say,"Nicht wahr?"

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