By Robert L. Weber
This anthology presents an perception into the wit and mind of the clinical brain via a mix of fun and critical contributions written via and approximately scientists. The contributions list altering attitudes inside of technological know-how and replicate the interactions of technology with society.
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They help younger scientific staff members to find the leak. 30 they can sit silently next to apparatus which is running. Theoreticians do not work at all. 6 6 0 They walk back and forth. They present passes upside down. 18 18 0 They spend money to no purpose Writer-Realists Young scientific Staff memberstheoreticians Members of the guard force Representatives of the Ministry of Finance 37 I9 Physics terms made easy Mostly anonymous; most of the optical terms taken from a ‘Glossary of Optical Termin- ology’in a volume presented to Dr Rudolf Kingslake on his retirement from the Eastman Kodak Company.
It is then possible  to carry out such a deformation that the lion can be returned to three-space in a knotted condition. He is then helpless. 8. The Cauchy, or functiontheoretical, method. We consider an analytic lion-valued functionf(2). Let 5 be the cage. , a lion in the cage.  9. The Wiener Tauberian method. We procure a tame lion, Lo of class L(- CO, CO),whose Fourier transform nowhere vanishes, and release it in the desert. Lo then converges to our cage. By Wiener’s General Tauberian Theorem,  any other lion, L (say), will then converge to the same cage.
Both methods begin in the same way: the mathematician denies the result he is trying to prove, and writes down all the consequences of this denial that he can think of. The methods are most effective if these consequences are written down at random, preferably in odd vacant comers of the blackboard. Although the methods begin in the same way, their aims are completely different. In reductio adnauseam the lecturer’s aim is to get everyone in the class asleep and not taking notes. ) The lecturer then has only to clean the blackboard and announce, ‘Thus we arrive at a contradiction, and the result is established’.
A Random Walk in Science by Robert L. Weber