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|After all, sometime in the past, a storyteller created Why Bear Has a Stumpy Tail |
and told it to someone else. The Adaptation ... I remembered the Aldo Leopold
quote The first law of intelligent tinkering is to save all the parts. From that I ...
2006 - 79 pages
|Official recordkeeping did not begin until 1971-72, already too late to observe |
Paul Ehrlich's distillation of Aldo Leopold's dictum about tinkering: "The first rule
of intelligent tinkering is to save all the parts." But you can't save parts when no
|It is recommended that all notes should be rounded up to the nearest semi-|
quaver. If this was done ... Ehrlich's Rule. The first rule of intelligent tinkering is to
save all the parts. (Environmentalist Paul Ehrlich, The Saturday Review, June 5,
|This book is divided into four parts: In Part 1, "Lay of the Land," you take the first |
step in home repair: mentally positioning yourself ... If the first rule of intelligent
tinkering is to save all the parts, the second is to stay clear of the emergency
|I think it was Paul Ehrlich who said the first rule ofintelligent tinkering is to save |
all the parts, and that's what we're trying to do.5 In terms ofbiological and cultural
conservation, the success of the Svalbard experiment will depend upon how ...
|While this edition is revised, expanded, and better illustrated, it retains the |
attitude that made the first edition so ... The Building Blocks of Success, I explain
that while the first rule of intelligent tinkering is to save all the parts, the second is
not to ...
|Chapter 9 Summary and Future Trends The first rule of Intelligent tinkering is to |
save all the parts. as quoted from the magazine Saturday Reviews, June 5,
1971, written by the American Biologist Paul Ralph Ehrlich  As the quote above
Susan Ratcliffe - 2010 - 574 pages
|Anonymous: subtitle of guidebook to 1933 Chicago World's Fair The three |
fundamental Rules of Robotics . ... 19172008 English science fiction writer:
Profiles of the Future (1962) The first rule of intelligent tinkering is to save all the
|Thomas F. Shubnell. Law of Revolutionary Ideas: Every revolutionary idea |
evokes three stages of reaction. ... I said it was a good idea all along. Gates Law:
Any ... Tinkers Rule: The first rule of intelligent tinkering is to save all the parts.
Laws of ...
|They might rue the fact that all of this land, this forest with its wealth of trees is not |
being used in some productive way. What a waste they ... Aldo Leopold once
said that the first law ofintelligent tinkering is to save all the parts. Shouldn't this