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Parallel universe

Modal realism, an account of possible worlds according to which they are all just as real as the actual world Possible world, a construct in metaphysics to bring rigor to talk of logical possibility

Gamut (disambiguation)

Gamut is the range of colors that can be reproduced by a particular printing process, display device, or set of paints. In figurative speech it means range or scale. Gamut may also refer to:

Continuum

Continuum may refer to: Continuum measurement, theories or models that explain gradual transitions from one condition to another without abrupt changes

Stefania Serafin

Stefania Serafin is a professor at the Department of Architecture, Design and Media Technology at Aalborg University in Copenhagen.

Algorithmic

Algorithmic may refer to: Algorithm, step-by-step instructions for a calculation Algorithmic trading, trading decisions made by an algorithm Algorithmic composition, music made by an algorithm Algorithmic art, art made by an algorithm Algorithmic ...

Comma (disambiguation)

Comma Press, a British publisher Comma, the journal of the International Council on Archives

Integral (disambiguation)

Integral is a concept in calculus. Integral may also refer to: in mathematics Integral symbol Integral element Integral measure theory, or Lebesgue integration integer, a number in philosophy and spirituality Integral humanism India, political ph ...

Tree (disambiguation)

Tree structure or tree diagram, a way of representing a hierarchical nature of structure in a graphical form Decision tree, a tree model of decisions and their consequences Parse tree, used in linguistics to represent the syntax of sentences

Measure

Assembly Measure of the Northern Ireland Assembly 1973 Church of England Measure, legislation of the Church of England Measure of the National Assembly for Wales, primary legislation in Wales Ballot measure, proposed legislation in the United States

Mutation (disambiguation)

Savage Land Mutates, a group of mutants in Marvel Comics Mutation novel, a 1990 medical thriller by Robin Cook The Mutation novel, a book in the Animorphs series, by K.A. Applegate The Mutations, a 1974 British horror film, also released as The F ...

Ernst Muldashev

Ernst Rifgatovich Muldashev - Soviet and Russian surgeon ophthalmologist, surgeon of the highest degree, inventor, general director of the Federal State Budgetary Institution "All-Russian Center for Ophthalmic and Plastic Surgery" Ministry of Hea ...

Moshe Jakobovits

Moshe Jakobovits was commander of Masu’ot Yitzhak, a kibbutz in Gush Etzion destroyed in the Israel War of Independence, the last commander of the Gush Etzion settlements during the Israel War of Independence, Chief Customs Officer of Haifa betwe ...

Georg Johan Sverdrup

Sverdrup was born in Stockholm; he was the son of the bishop and politician Jakob Sverdrup and the brother of the Germanic philology professor Jakob Sverdrup and the zoologist Aslaug Sverdrup Somme. He was the father of the historian Jakob Sverdr ...

Anton Weiss-Wendt

Anton Weiss-Wendt is a Norwegian academic and historian. He has a PhD in Jewish history from Brandeis University and has worked at the Norwegian Holocaust Center since 2006.

AN

AnimeNEXT, an annual anime convention located in New Jersey Alleanza Nazionale, a former political party in Italy Aryan Nations, a white supremacist religious organization Anime North, a Canadian anime convention Ansett Australia, a major Austral ...

Thandeka (minister)

Thandeka is a Unitarian Universalist minister, an important figure in American liberal theology, and the creator of a contemporary form of affect theology, which grounds religious knowing in human feeling. Thandekas affect theology combines conce ...

Ilkka Pyysiainen

Ilkka Eljas Pyysiainen is a Finnish docent and doctor of theology, whose research has focused on cognitive science of religion. He has also studied religious thinking, religious language, and religious experience. Pyysiainen is also known as an a ...

Costly signaling theory in evolutionary psychology

Costly signaling theory in evolutionary psychology refers to uses of costly signaling theory and adaptationism in explanations for psychological traits and states. Often informed by the closely related fields of human behavioral ecology and cultu ...

Xenobot

Xenobots, named after the African clawed frog, are synthetic organisms that are automatically designed by computers to perform some desired function and built by combining together different biological tissues. Xenobots are less than a 1 millimet ...

Adiabatic electron transfer

Adiabatic electron-transfer is the basis of oxidation-reduction processes, which are ubiquitous in nature in both the inorganic and biological spheres. The mechanism of these reactions - the simplest of which proceed without making or breaking ch ...

Marine food web

Compared to terrestrial environments, marine environments have biomass pyramids which are inverted at the base. In particular, the biomass of consumers is larger than the biomass of primary producers. This happens because the oceans primary produ ...

Jason Rusch

Firestorm is a fictional character, a superhero in the DC Comics Universe. He is the second superhero known as Firestorm. He first appears in Firestorm vol. 3 #1, and was created by Dan Jolley and ChrisCross.

CMSE

CMSE may refer to: Clinique et Maternite Saint-Elisabeth de Namur, a department of the CHU UCLouvain Namur The Center for Mathematics & Science Education, part of the Texas A&M College of Science Compañia Minera San Esteban Primera, a Chilean ...

International Linear Algebra Society

The International Linear Algebra Society is a professional mathematical society organized to promote research and education in linear algebra, matrix theory and matrix computation. It serves the international community through conferences, public ...

PM

PM or pm is an abbreviation for Latin post meridiem, meaning "after noon" in the 12-hour clock. PM or Pm may also refer to:

MDS

MDS America, a telecommunications company MDS Gateways, a telecommunications company in Ireland Microwave Data Systems, a wireless modem company Mohawk Data Sciences Corporation, a computer company MDS Inc., a healthcare company

AD (disambiguation)

An ad is a form of marketing communication. AD Anno Domini is a designation used to label years following 1 BC in the Julian and Gregorian calendars. AD, A.D. or Ad may also refer to:

Renner

Renner may refer to: A mathematical turn Renner, Foot Per Pound.The Renner is a derived unit of energy.It is equal to the energy transferred to an object when one pound of force on an object in a direction of forces motion that travels a distance ...

Sebastian Deffner

Sebastian Deffner is a German theoretical physicist and a professor in the Department of Physics at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. He is known for his major contributions to the development of quantum thermodynamics with focus on t ...

Eta (disambiguation)

ETA SA, a Swiss watchmaking company ETA Systems, a defunct American computer manufacturer Empresa de Transporte Aereo, a defunct Brazilian Airline ETA Star Group, a Dubai-based investment company Eta, a snack food brand owned by Griffins Foods En ...

Institute of Mathematics

Clay Mathematics Institute, Cambridge, Massachusetts PPGMAp, at the Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul in Brazil Institute for Advanced Study, in Princeton, New Jersey Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, at New York University Inst ...

DMU

De Montfort University, located in the city of Leicester, England Dalian Maritime University, a university located in Dalian, Liaoning, China Divine Mercy University, a university located in Arlington, Virginia Des Moines University, a medical sc ...

ExpreS2ion Biotechnologies

ExpreS2ion Biotechnologies is a Danish biotechnology company specialised in the development of new vaccines and immunotherapy products based in Horsholm, Denmark and listed on the Nasdaq First North Growth Market Sweden. ExpreS2ion is part of the ...

Ole Kiehn

Ole Kiehn is a Danish-Swedish neuroscientist. He is Professor of Integrative Neuroscience at the Department of Neuroscience, University of Copenhagen, Denmark and Professor of Neurophysiology at Karolinska Institute, Sweden.

Cosmic Dawn Center

The Cosmic Dawn Center is an Astronomy/Cosmology research center, founded as a collaboration between the Niels Bohr Institute of the University of Copenhagen and DTU Space of the Danish Technical University. The center is led by center director a ...

Henry Uro-Chukwu

Uro-Chukwu attended Government Secondary School, Afikpo where he obtained distinctions in the West African Examination Council exams. He gained admission into University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria where he studied Medical Sciences, Medicine and Su ...

Angela Okolo

Angela Okolo is a Nigerian professor of pediatrics and child health, Neonatologist in the department of Pediatrics, Federal Medical Center, Asaba and President of the Nigerian Society of Neonatal Medicine.

Ire

Ire, another name of Eira Messenia, a fortress town of ancient Messenia Extreme anger; intense fury Ire Iliad, a town mentioned in the Iliad A town in Oye, Nigeria Ire album, a 2015 album by the Australian metalcore band Parkway Drive Irē, the Li ...

Margaret Amosu

Margaret Amosu was born 3 August 1920 in Ilford near London. She was educated at Harrow Weald County School, where she was taught by James Britten, Nancy Martin and Harold Rosen. In 1938 she joined the Land Army and then worked as a riveter in an ...

CPC

Corn Products Company, later CPC International, acquired by Unilever CPC Corporation, Taiwan CPC company Canada Post Corporation, Canada Post Consolidated Pastoral Company, Australia Caspian Pipeline Consortium

AIT

Ait, a small island found in the middle of a river or lake Ait, Uttar Pradesh, a town in India Friesoythe, the German town with Saterland Frisian name "Ait" or "Ait"

OSI

Osijek Airport IATA code: OSI, an airport in Croatia Osi, a village in Veszprem county, Hungary Osi, a village in Ido-Osi, Ekiti State, Nigeria Osi, an archaeological site in Semigallia, Latvia

Modibbo Raji

Modibbo Raji was a 19th century Fulani Islamic scholar who was part of the community of Usman Dan Fodio, founder of the Sokoto Caliphate, and his brother Abdullahi dan Fodio. After a long career as a teacher, Qadi, Naib and Wazir in the Gwandu Em ...

Apex Medical

Apex Medical is a multinational corporation, specializing on medical solutions including therapeutic support surface, respiratory therapy, sterilization equipment, intermittent pneumatic compression devices, total bed solution and other medical s ...

American Institute

American Institute may refer to: Defunct American Institutes: American Institute of Instruction 1830 to 1837 British-American Institute 1842 to 1868 American Career Institute 2008 to 2013 American Institute of Electrical Engineers 1884 to 1962 Am ...

Harry Willis Miller

Harry Willis Miller was an American physician, thyroid surgeon and Seventh-day Adventist missionary. Miller was a vegetarian and pioneer in the development of soy milk.

CMC

Clackamas Middle College, a middle school in Oregon Copper Mountain College, a community college in Joshua Tree, California Computer Music Center, the oldest center for electronic and computer music research in the United States Chicago Musical C ...

GDT

GDT or Geratedatentransfer, a medical data exchange format; see xDT Gas discharge tube Gas Dynamic Trap, a Russian magnetic mirror used for fusion power research Geometric dimensioning and tolerancing Global Descriptor Table, an x86 data structur ...

MIC

Made in Chelsea, a television series MIC organization, construction organization M.I.C. band, a Chinese band formed by Taihe Rye Music Mic, an abbreviation for referencing the Book of Micah Mic media company, an American digital company specializ ...

Discovery Partners Institute

The University of Illinois Discovery Partners Institute is an organization designed for tech workforce development and applied R&D in Chicago, Illinois. It is one of 15 Illinois Innovation Network hubs, each of which is associated with one or ...