Phil Ipp

Phil Ipp

I studied Aquinas, Science, St. John of the Cross, poetry and the bop theology because the cosmos instinctively vibrated at my feet in Wedding.... " I'M A DISG
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The misconceptions are Concept, Object and Method (you can remember them as .com). The concept of measurement refers to the meaning the word “measurement” is assumed to have. Some things are thought to be immeasurable only because it is believed that measurement must be some exact value. But the more pragmatic scientific approach to the term measurement is to treat it as quantified uncertainty reduction based on observation. If you have a wide range of possible values for the percentage of…

The misconceptions are Concept, Object and Method (you can remember them as .com). The concept of measurement refers to the meaning the word “measurement” is assumed to have. Some things are thought to be immeasurable only because it is believed that measurement must be some exact value. But the more pragmatic scientific approach to the term measurement is to treat it as quantified uncertainty reduction based on observation. If you have a wide range of possible values for the percentage of…

What is measurement uncertainty and how to calculate the measurement uncertainty of instruments. Steps and software for calculating measurement uncertainty as per ISO/IEC 17025 standard guidelines.

What is measurement uncertainty and how to calculate the measurement uncertainty of instruments. Steps and software for calculating measurement uncertainty as per ISO/IEC 17025 standard guidelines.

Sumerian Metrology

Sumerian Metrology

Golden Section Circles created with Golden Section Triangles

Golden Section Circles created with Golden Section Triangles

Comparing The Great Depression To The Great Recession [Infographic] - Business Insider

Comparing The Great Depression To The Great Recession [Infographic] - Business Insider

Austrian Economics vs. Keynesian Economics in One Simple Chart

Austrian Economics vs. Keynesian Economics in One Simple Chart