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    Posted: 02 Jun 2009 at 12:09
This is a sister subforum to the Natural History subforum. Here, more attention is paid to the non-living aspects our world and the universe; this area is a particular interest of mine, being a student of chemical sciences, and I greatly await some marvelous discourse! My colleague gcle2003 is also renowned in this area. This is also a portal for discussing scientists throughout history and their contributions and legacies. Science has played an integral role in the story of human history, and continues to in modern society. From Aristotle, Archimedes and al-Haytham, through to Erwin Schrodinger, Rosa Franklin and Richard Feynam, scientists have been the vectors of discovery and revolution within an ever-evolving world. Two main areas are focused upon in the Natural Sciences Forum:

Physical Sciences - newtonian physics, quantum mechanics, optics, astronomy, energy
Chemical Sciences - organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, thermochemistry, medical chemistry, redox chemistry

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Would the science of Meteorology and it's history be included in this section?
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I think Meteorology might be more inclined towards Natural History. It's a bit of a grey area though, isn't it? Feel free to post about here, though. I'm trying to think of some Chemistry topics for this subforum, but it's a lot harder than creating a history thread..."Top 100 elements!" Ermm
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