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In [[existographies]], '''John Quincy Stewart''' (61 [[BE]]-17 [[AE]]) (1894-1972 [[ACM]]) ('''[[Top 2000 geniuses and minds|IQ]]''':#|#) ([[PR]]:#|65[[AE]] / [[Occ]]:#) ([[Social Newton|SN]]:16) ([[CR]]:128) ([[LH]]:#) ('''[[TL]]''':#) was an American astrophysicist, engineer, and social physics pioneer, noted for []
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In [[existographies]], '''John Quincy Stewart''' (61 [[BE]]-17 [[AE]]) (1894-1972 [[ACM]]) ('''[[Top 2000 geniuses and minds|IQ]]''':#|#) ([[Social Newton|SN]]:16) ([[CR]]:128) ([[LH]]:8) ('''[[TL]]''':136|#83) was an American astrophysicist, engineer, and social physics pioneer, noted for []


==Quotes ==
==Quotes ==
=== Quotes | By ===
The following are [[quote]]s:
The following are [[quote]]s:


:“Statesmen of this and other nations, different from their own, have embarked upon grandiose undertakings where on physical grounds failure was predictable, and where failure meant that people perished in vain.”
:“Statesmen of this and other nations, different from their own, have embarked upon grandiose undertakings where on [[physical]] grounds failure was [[Prediction|predictable]], and where failure meant that [[people]] perished in vain.”
::— John Q. Stewart (1952), “Article” (pg. 132) <ref>Stewart, John Q. (1952). “Article” (pg. 132), ''Impact of Science on Society, Volume Three''. United Nations Education. </ref>
::— John Q. Stewart (1952), “Article” (pg. 132) <ref>Stewart, John Q. (1952). “Article” (pg. 132), ''Impact of Science on Society, Volume Three''. United Nations Education. </ref>


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*[[John Stewart]] (confusable)
*[[John Stewart]] (confusable)
*[[Balfour Stewart]] (confusable)
*[[Balfour Stewart]] (confusable)
*Princeton Department of Social Physics<ref>[https://eoht.info/page/Princeton%20Department%20of%20Social%20Physics Princeton Department of Social Physics] – Hmolpedia 2020.</ref>
*Princeton school of social physics<ref>[https://eoht.info/page/Princeton%20school%20of%20social%20physics Princeton school of social physics] – Hmolpedia 2020.</ref>
*Social physics school<ref>[https://eoht.info/page/Social%20physics%20school Social physics school] – Hmolpedia 2020.</ref>
*Stewart-Weaver fallout<ref>[https://eoht.info/page/Stewart-Weaver%20fallout Stewart-Weaver fallout] – Hmolpedia 2020.</ref>


===References===
===References===

Latest revision as of 07:16, 25 August 2021

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In existographies, John Quincy Stewart (61 BE-17 AE) (1894-1972 ACM) (IQ:#|#) (SN:16) (CR:128) (LH:8) (TL:136|#83) was an American astrophysicist, engineer, and social physics pioneer, noted for []

Quotes

Quotes | By

The following are quotes:

“Statesmen of this and other nations, different from their own, have embarked upon grandiose undertakings where on physical grounds failure was predictable, and where failure meant that people perished in vain.”
— John Q. Stewart (1952), “Article” (pg. 132) [1]

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See also

References

  1. Stewart, John Q. (1952). “Article” (pg. 132), Impact of Science on Society, Volume Three. United Nations Education.
  2. Princeton Department of Social Physics – Hmolpedia 2020.
  3. Princeton school of social physics – Hmolpedia 2020.
  4. Social physics school – Hmolpedia 2020.
  5. Stewart-Weaver fallout – Hmolpedia 2020.

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