The new 'Space Science in Action' collection from Schlessinger Media is a standards based, ten volume, DVD series specifically designed for students in grades 9 through 12 and which provides core astronomically
themed science information combined with a 'hands-on', inquiry-based approach as evidenced through experiments and investigation.
CEO compensation has increased astronomically
across the board, and despite the reluctance of the court system to interfere, critics have argued that it is obvious that new watchdogs are needed since shareholders and board members have been unable to restrain compensation growth.
Frank Jackson argued, in an astronomically
frequently cited paper on 'Epiphenomenal qualia' [Jackson 1982] that materialism must be mistaken.
For 11 years, I had the chance to work with people I respected and certainly to make astronomically
more money than I was making in theater or anywhere,'' he says.
Companies also get into trouble when their contracts go astronomically
beyond the opening scenario of exchanging coins for goats.
Prices aren't as astronomically
high for boutiques as one would think.
If smacking really is the best way to discipline a child and protect them from an adult life behind bars, then why is it that the UK - where smacking is still legal - has an astronomically
high (and ever-increasing) crime rate, yet Sweden, where smacking children was completely outlawed in 1979, has an extremely low crime rate in comparison?
But while the industry is growing astronomically
, financial professionals familiar with it say more efficiency and transparency are needed and would cause even more institutional investors to jump in.
Dershowitz' evidence coincides with Peters' evidence to such a degree of similitude that coincidental citation is astronomically
With oil and natural gas prices at astronomically
high levels and showing no signs of receding, the U.
Although I have 18 grandchildren, it's only small things I buy them at Christmas - on a pension I couldn't afford today's astronomically
The Kennedy Information syndrome (sellers' expectations of astronomically
high purchase price multiples) seemed finally to have worn off," Mark told us.