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  • 181Breakthrough Propulsion Physics Program — The Breakthrough Propulsion Physics Project (BPP) was a research project funded by NASA from 1996 through 2002, to study various proposals for revolutionary methods of spacecraft propulsion which would require breakthroughs in physics before they …

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  • 182Polaron — A polaron is a quasiparticle composed of a charge and its accompanying polarization field. A slow moving electron in a dielectric crystal, interacting with lattice ions through long range forces will permanently be surrounded by a region of… …

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  • 183Timeline of Christianity — This article is about the timeline of Christianity beginning with Jesus. For the timeline, see Biblical chronology. For the history of Christianity, see History of Christianity. For the timeline of the Roman Catholic Church, see Timeline of the… …

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  • 184Post scarcity — or post scarcity describes a hypothetical form of economy or society, often explored in science fiction, in which things such as goods, services and information are free, or practically free. This would be due to an abundance of fundamental… …

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  • 185Rate of return — In finance, rate of return (ROR), also known as return on investment (ROI), rate of profit or sometimes just return, is the ratio of money gained or lost (whether realized or unrealized) on an investment relative to the amount of money invested.… …

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  • 186Genghis Khan — This article is about the person. For other uses, see Genghis Khan (disambiguation). Temujin redirects here. For the video game, see Temujin (video game). Genghis Khan Khagan of the Mongol Empire (Supreme Khan of the Mongols) King of Kings… …

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  • 187Schriften von Charles Sanders Peirce — Das nachfolgende Verzeichnis der Schriften von Charles Sanders Peirce dient als Ergänzung zum Verzeichnis der Werke von Peirce im Hauptartikel. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Vorbemerkung 2 Collected Papers 2.1 Vol. I. Principles of Philosophy …

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  • 188river — river1 riverless, adj. riverlike, adj. /riv euhr/, n. 1. a natural stream of water of fairly large size flowing in a definite course or channel or series of diverging and converging channels. 2. a similar stream of something other than water: a… …

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  • 189Dualism — • Denotes the religious or theological system which would explain the universe as the outcome of two eternally opposed and coexisting principles Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Dualism     Dualism …

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  • 190Deepwater Horizon oil spill — 2010 oil spill and BP oil spill redirect here. For other oil spills in 2010, see 2010 oil spill (disambiguation). For the 2006 oil spill involving BP, see Prudhoe Bay oil spill. For the drilling rig and explosion, see Deepwater Horizon… …

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  • 191Domain-specific multimodeling — Domain specific multimodeling[1] is a software development paradigm where each view is made explicit as a separate domain specific language (DSL). Successful development of a modern enterprise system requires the convergence of multiple views.… …

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  • 192Mathematics of radio engineering — A complex valued function. The mathematics of radio engineering is a pleasant and very useful subject. This article is an attempt to provide a reasonably comprehensive summary of this almost limitless topic. While the ideas have historically… …

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  • 193Aesthetics — or esthetics (also spelled æsthetics) is commonly known as the study of sensory or sensori emotional values, sometimes called judgments of sentiment and taste. [Zangwill, Nick. [http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/aesthetic judgment/ Aesthetic… …

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  • 194Electron — For other uses, see Electron (disambiguation). Electron Experiments with a Crookes tube first demonstrated the particle nature of electrons. In this illustration, the profile of the cross shaped target is projected against the tube face at right… …

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  • 195Indo-European languages — Indo European redirects here. For other uses, see Indo European (disambiguation). See also: List of Indo European languages Indo European Geographic distribution: Before the 16th century, Europe, and South, Central and Southwest Asia; today… …

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  • 196Neutrino — For other uses, see Neutrino (disambiguation). Neutrino/Antineutrino The first use of a hydrogen bubble chamber to detect neutrinos, on November 13, 1970. A neutrino hit a proton in a hydrogen atom. The collision occurred at the point where three …

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  • 197Property — is any physical or virtual entity that is owned by an individual. An owner of property has the right to consume, sell, mortgage, transfer and exchange his or her property.cite web|url=http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/property.html|titl… …

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  • 198Tragedy of the commons — Cows on Selsley Common. The tragedy of the commons is one way of accounting for overexploitation. The tragedy of the commons is a dilemma arising from the situation in which multiple individuals, acting independently and rationally consulting… …

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  • 199Tachyon — A tachyon (from the Greek polytonic|ταχυόνιον, takhyónion , from polytonic|ταχύς, takhýs , i.e. swift, fast) is any hypothetical particle that travels at faster than light speed. The first description of tachyons is attributed to German physicist …

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  • 200Utilitarianism — This article discusses utilitarian ethical theory. For a discussion of John Stuart Mill s book Utilitarianism, see Utilitarianism (book). For the architectural theory, see Utilitarianism (architecture) Part of a series on …

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