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A 3 page paper discussing paradigm-changing contributors such as Max Planck, William Thomson and C.F. Mirbel, and how their scientific findings have benefited society as a whole. Planck’s quantum theory, Thomson’s thermodynamics and Mirbel’s founding of cell biology all continue to affect life and science today. The collective work of these and many others have brought us to a point where we can begin to gain an understanding of how much we still do not know, while benefiting society in the meantime. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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announced that the business cycle was dead, that Adam Smiths conception of the "boom and bust" cycle of business was no longer relevant and that economics had moved beyond Smiths
simplistic notions. By 1973, the world oil crisis had developed and the entire developed world was in deep recession. As an economist, Samuelson should have known better...
The same notion has permeated mathematics and science for well more than a century, at least. Whereas Samuelson and his contemporaries had the
fact of economic recession to prove them wrong, math and science has had to rely on the questioning of a few individuals saying in essence, "But what about this?
How can current knowledge explain what is happening?" Some of the individuals in this group include Newton and Galileo, of course. They also include paradigm-changing contributors such as
Max Planck and C.F. Mirbel. Mirbels Hidden Universe Cell biology found its beginnings in the invention of the microscope. C.F. Mirbel was
one of the best-known micoscropers of the earliest period of microscopic examination (Sengbusch, 2002a). It was during the later years of the Romantic Period that microscopy detected the first
intracellular structures such as chloroplasts and mitochondria. It was not until the second half of the 19th century that "a nuclear division was observed for the first time" (Sengbusch,
2002a). From the discovery that the plant cell is not the smallest unit of the plant has evolved quite a controversy over genetically-altered
plants for human consumption today. Between then and now, however, agronomists have developed myriad food plant varieties selected for various function. Some have been developed for greater per-acre