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  2. Clever Hans - Wikipedia

    Clever Hans (German: der Kluge Hans; fl. 1907) was a horse that was claimed to have performed arithmetic and other intellectual tasks. After a formal investigation in 1907, psychologist Oskar Pfungst demonstrated that the horse was not actually performing these mental tasks, but was watching the reactions of his trainer.

  3. Wreckfish - Wikipedia

    The wreckfish are a family, Polyprionidae in the suborder Percoidei of the order Perciformes.. They are deep-water marine fish and can be found on the ocean bottom, where they inhabit caves and shipwrecks (thus their common name).

  4. Vernier - Wikipedia

    Vernier may refer to: . Vernier, Switzerland; Vernier (surname) Pierre Vernier, French mathematician and inventor of the Vernier scale; Vernier scale, a secondary measuring device

  5. Ward Cleaver - Wikipedia

    Background. Ward is a farmer's son and hails from Shaker Heights, an actual location in Ohio, which also has a suburb called Mayfield.Ward attended a preparatory school, is a veteran of World War II (having served as a surveyor in the Seabees), a state college graduate (majoring in philosophy), and member of a fraternity (Alpha Kappa), a responsible white collar professional, and an upstanding ...

  6. The Dad Who Knew Too Little - Wikipedia

    "The Dad Who Knew Too Little" was written by Matt Selman and directed by Mark Kirkland as part of the fourteenth season of The Simpsons (2002–03). American actor Elliott Gould guest starred in the episode as himself, appearing in the television show Padz that Bart and Lisa watch at the beginning of the episode.

  7. Insulin glargine - Wikipedia

    Insulin glargine [GLAR geen], sold under the brand name Lantus among others, is a long-acting insulin, used in the management of type I and type II diabetes. It is typically the recommended long acting insulin in the United Kingdom.

  8. Portal 2 - Wikipedia

    Portal 2 is a 2011 puzzle-platform video game developed by Valve for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360.The digital PC version is distributed online by Valve's Steam service, while all retail editions were distributed by Electronic Arts.

  9. Homomorphic encryption - Wikipedia

    Homomorphic encryption is a form of encryption that permits users to perform computations on its encrypted data without first decrypting it. These resulting computations are left in an encrypted form which, when decrypted, result in an identical output to that produced had the operations been performed on the unencrypted data.