scientific language

scientific language

A programming language designed for mathematical formulas and matrices, such as ALGOL, FORTRAN and APL. Although all programming languages allow for this kind of processing, statements in a scientific language make it easier to express these actions.
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I can hardly hope, by the use of scientific language, to convey any sense of my meaning to those ineffectual people who gather their ideas from the columns of a daily newspaper.
Among the approaches being talked about: a magnetically powered conveyor belt (a "mass driver" in scientific language) that would be planted on an asteroid and hurl dirt from its surface; or a solar concentrator, a parabolic mirror that would orbit the body and heat up the surface, creating a plume of vaporized material.
His objections to the production of Tritium, a substance placed in the cores of nuclear warheads to help dramatically increase their yield, within commercial US power stations come across loud and clear and the scientific language used is lucid and well presented.
Here we also meet the narrator for the first time, a figure who throughout the collection of stories continually plays between these two worlds and whose prose, like Galileo's, blends scientific language with poetic language.
I believe what makes Zen Buddhism a religion is that while in the southern schools, the Theravadan, there's a romance with scientific language. They say it's scientific and if you try the discipline you'll achieve it like that.
A person understanding only scientific language might dismiss the religious creed "God is light," because "a sentient Being cannot be a stream of subatomic particles." In doing so, that person would be overlooking the writer's key concept--perhaps that God, like light, is infinite and life-giving.
The level of writing vacillated between scientific language and layman's terminology, weighed more strongly toward a nonmedical audience; it seems written for a person battling an eating disorder.
Similar statements are in order for scientific language, as Taavitsainen shows on the basis of the spelling used 1375-1550 (pp.
Using dispassionate, scientific language, the report concedes that this question remains unanswered, and that the orthodox contention that the evidence is 'overwhelming' is unfounded."
The story they told in stark scientific language was that of a far more sexually active and diverse population than anyone expected, opening a huge gap between what everyone was supposed to do and what people actually did.
When combined with techniques of scaling, derived from inferential statistics, operationism allows psychologists to talk to one another about all concepts in a seemingly scientific language. That shared method, I suggest, not reflexivity, united psychology until recently.

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