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Old Today, 02:11 PM
 
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You can see temperature?..cause the only effect it has is on temperature

57/10,000th degree a year
Does that hold true for ocean temperatures?
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Old Today, 02:14 PM
 
Location: Florida/Tennessee
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Engineers are not scientists... they use applied science in a very narrow band of expertise. They do not use the scientific method.
Wrong... clearly you're not an engineer. Your above statement is what a technician does.

From the rest of your copied therum ... There is considerable overlap between science and engineering, so you will find scientists who design and construct equipment and engineers who make important scientific discoveries. Information theory was founded by Claude Shannon, a theoretical engineer. Peter Debye won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry with a degree in electrical engineering and a doctorate in physics.

Reality.... Data/statistical engineers mathematically verify scientific data. Science must be provable and the science of logic is numbers.
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Old Today, 03:14 PM
 
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Wrong... clearly you're not an engineer. Your above statement is what a technician does.

From the rest of your copied therum ... There is considerable overlap between science and engineering, so you will find scientists who design and construct equipment and engineers who make important scientific discoveries. Information theory was founded by Claude Shannon, a theoretical engineer. Peter Debye won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry with a degree in electrical engineering and a doctorate in physics.

Reality.... Data/statistical engineers mathematically verify scientific data. Science must be provable and the science of logic is numbers.
Yes, engineers are deeply involved with mathematical calculations, based on what science showed that was required.

Back to the claim that Goddard is a scientist.. he is not, and you know it.

Your Nobel prize winner? I bolded the pertinent part.
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Old Today, 03:28 PM
 
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Yes, engineers are deeply involved with mathematical calculations, based on what science showed that was required.

Back to the claim that Goddard is a scientist.. he is not, and you know it.

Your Nobel prize winner? I bolded the pertinent part.
A doctorate in physics requires little to no chemistry; while Electrical engineering usually requires Chem 101, 102 and 103.
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