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Old 31-01-2008, 04:37 PM   #1
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Default Basic Concepts in Science

I found this blogpost today, Basic Concepts in Science, on the blog Evolving Thoughts, by John S. Wilkins. I decided to bring it here, turn it into a sticky.

It's a long list of links to other blogs by other writers who are busily setting out the "basics" in their particular field of interest. I like how tidy the list is, yet how long, involved, and evolving it will be. I appreciate the convergence of all this basic info into one thread. Thank you to Wilkins, a fine human primate by the look of him.
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