If a law of nuclear physics says that nuclei of a certain kind have a probability p of decaying within time t, what is the regularity here?
Where is the regularity in a law predicting nuclear decay?
Alexander Bird (Philosophy of Science , Ch.1)
In stunning large-format photographs, Edward Burtynsky follows the path of oil through modern society, from wellhead to pipeline to car engine -- and then beyond to the projected peak-oil endgame.Link
high-sounding -- Pretentiously impressive; pompous. | Resonant. | Of pompous or pretentious import; having an imposing sound: as, high-sounding titles.
Mind is everything: muscle, pieces of rubber. All that I am, I am because of my mind.