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Diomedes
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Message 32 of 1104 (844725)
12-04-2018 2:36 PM
Reply to: Message 31 by Phat
12-04-2018 2:27 PM


Re: Aaarrrrrrrrrruuuugggghhhh
Folks, why are you feeding this troll? Isn't it more than apparent he is just spewing nonsense and is attempting to get a rise out of everyone?
Just ban the nimrod already.

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Diomedes
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Message 57 of 1104 (844793)
12-05-2018 11:58 AM
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12-05-2018 10:57 AM


Re: Hehehehe u guys are such jokers
I like to say that science is the art\process of understanding the diversity of the universe
Engineering is the art\process of making practical use of scientific knowledge.
Using science procedures to , for example, test samples of steel to ensure they are within design specification means using science procedures, but it doesn't make engineering A science.
I have a degree in electrical engineering. I am looking at my diploma right now; its hanging on my wall adjacent to my computer. It says the following:
Bachelor of Engineering Science
Electrical Engineering
I had always considered engineering a science. When I was studying at university, four year degrees often carried the qualifier 'BSc' (Bachelor of Science) qualifier while three year degrees were 'BA'. (Bachelor of Arts)
I admit the notion is a little confusing. Especially when one is familiar with the 'STEM' acronym: Science, Technology, Engineering, Math. Which would seem to demarcate engineering and math from science.
I think its likely the word 'science' is being somewhat overloaded, which is causing a bit of a problem. I often looked at engineering as a discipline which utilized various practical techniques to employ scientific concepts and principles. One could argue that makes it different. But being that one can get a PhD in engineering leads me to believe it technically could be a science per se.
Computer science is another example: would that really be a science per se? I guess it really comes down to definitions. At a its core definition Webster's says this:
quote:
Science
"the intellectual and practical activity encompassing the systematic study of the structure and behavior of the physical and natural world through observation and experiment."
I honestly could go either way on this one. But I may just have to defer to what my diploma says.

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Diomedes
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Message 61 of 1104 (844808)
12-05-2018 2:55 PM
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12-05-2018 12:21 PM


Re: Hehehehe u guys are such jokers
Political science is the one that makes me roll my eyes.
Actually, 'political correctness' is even more asinine. If that isn't an oxymoron, I don't know what is.

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