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Let Them Talk show)

Let Them Talk is a Russian talk show hosted by Dmitry Borisov. It invites guests to come before a studio audience to address personal issues; crime, drug abuse, suicide, prostitution, infidelity as well as society issues; attacks, migration, inte ...

                                               

Talk show (disambiguation)

Talk show is a type of radio or television programme. Talk show may also refer to: "Talk Show" Entourage, an Entourage episode Talk Show The Go-Gos album Talk Show band, an American rock band Talkshow with Spike Feresten, a TV program Talk Show T ...

                                               

Take Two with Phineas and Ferb

Take Two with Phineas and Ferb is a spin-off series from Phineas and Ferb that premiered on Disney Channel on December 3, 2010. The series revolves around Phineas and Ferb interviewing celebrities, a premise which bears similarities to that of Ca ...

                                               

Reality television

Reality television is a genre of television programming that documents purportedly unscripted real-life situations, often starring unknown individuals rather than professional actors. Reality television came to prominence in the late 1990s and th ...

                                               

Stray Kids (TV series)

Stray Kids is a 2017 reality show created by JYP Entertainment and Mnet. It is a male idol debut project with the concept of winning the "trainees versus JYP" survival. It was broadcast on Mnet from October 17 to December 19, 2017, on Tuesdays at ...

                                               

Survivor (American TV series)

Survivor is the American version of the international Survivor reality competition television franchise, itself derived from the Swedish television series Expedition Robinson created by Charlie Parsons which premiered in 1997. The American series ...

                                               

Big Brother (franchise)

Big Brother is a Dutch reality competition television franchise created by John de Mol Jr., first broadcast in the Netherlands in 1999, and subsequently syndicated internationally. The show features contestants called "housemates" or "House Guest ...

                                               

People's Artist (TV series)

Peoples Artist was a Russian music competition television series, based on the popular British reality television series Pop Idol. It was produced by RTR in association with FBI Music and FremantleMedia. Season 1 and 2 were hosted by Fyokla Tolst ...

                                               

Bad Girls Club

Bad Girls Club is an American reality television series created by Jonathan Murray for the Oxygen network in the United States. The show focused on the altercations and physical confrontations of seven aggressive, quarrelsome, and unruly women. T ...

                                               

Last Hero

Last Hero is the Russian version of American reality show, Survivor. The first season premiered in 2001, with the final season ending on 1 March 2009.

                                               

True Life

True Life is an American documentary television series that aired on MTV from March 31, 1998 to June 21, 2017. Each episode follows a particular topic, such as heroin addiction as in the first episode – "Fatal Dose". The show is created by follow ...

                                               

The Real World (TV series)

The Real World is a reality television series produced through MTV and Bunim/Murray Productions that currently airs on Facebook Watch after airing on MTV from 1992–2017 and was originally produced by Mary-Ellis Bunim and Jonathan Murray. First br ...

                                               

Rome Wasn't Built in a Day (TV series)

Rome Wasnt Built in a Day is a television series first shown on Channel 4 in the UK in 2011. The series, narrated by Stephen Mangan, shows the day-to-day activities and tribulations of a team of present-day builders employed to construct a Roman ...

                                               

Zero Hour (2004 TV series)

Zero Hour is a Canadian/British documentary-style television series. It aired on History Television in Canada, on the BBC in the United Kingdom, and on The History Channel in the United States. Zero Hour has also aired on Channel Seven in Austral ...

                                               

Today (American TV program)

Today, also called The Today Show, is an American news and talk morning television show that airs on NBC. The program debuted on January 14, 1952. It was the first of its genre on American television and in the world, and after 68 years of broadc ...

                                               

Let's Get Married (TV series)

Lets Get Married is a Russian dating program that premiered on Channel One Russia on July 28, 2008. It airs Monday to Thursday at 6:45 pm. A man or a woman chooses between three potential partners, with the assistance from family and friends pres ...

                                               

Good Morning (Russian TV program)

Good Morning is a Russian morning television program and talk show that is broadcast on Channel One. It debuted in 1986, and has aired ever since. The program features news, interviews, and weather forecasts. The primary anchors are Tatyana Veden ...

                                               

Wait for Me (TV program)

Wait for Me is an international telecast, talk show and also a popular public search service. It appeared on Russian television since March 14, 1998. It was originally broadcast on Russia-1, before being broadcast on ORT and currently being broad ...

                                               

Oryol i Reshka

Oryol i Reshka is a Ukrainian television travel series that launched in 2011. It is broadcast in the Russian language in Ukraine, Russia and Kazakhstan, and reruns are also available on Polish and Israeli televisions. Oryol i Reshka is hosted by ...

                                               

The Successor (TV program)

The Successor is an Israeli television competition program in which contestants perform acts of mentalism, illusion, escapism and other feats before a live studio audience. The acts are judged by a panel, with votes from the studio audience and v ...

                                               

Smak (TV program)

Smak is a Russian culinary entertainment television program that airs on Channel One Russia. It debuted on 20 November 1993. The first guest on the program was the actor Aleksandr Abdulov. In 1996, the guest on Gusto was Chuck Norris, and in 2015 ...

                                               

Hto zverhu?

Hto zverhu? is the Ukrainian game show and entertainment television program, which airs on the Novyi Kanal every Thursday since its debut on March 10, 2012. The program is the Ukrainian adaptation of the series Battle of the Sexes.

                                               

Hell's Kitchen (American TV series)

Hells Kitchen is an American reality competition television series based on the British series of the same name, and also hosted by celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay. It has been broadcast on Fox since 2005. Each season, two teams of chefs compete for ...

                                               

Calambur

Calambur is a Russian-Ukrainian sketch comedy TV series that was first aired on October 12, 1996 on ORT. It combines slapstick humor and stand-up elements to create what is established by its creators as "video comics". In early 2001, with the un ...

                                               

Paleontology

Paleontology, sometimes spelled palaeontology or palæontology, is the scientific study of life that existed prior to, and sometimes including, the start of the Holocene Epoch. It includes the study of fossils to classify organisms and study inter ...

                                               

Paleolinguistics

Paleolinguistics is a term used by some linguists for the study of the distant human past by linguistic means. For most historical linguists there is no separate field of paleolinguistics. Those who use the term are generally advocates of hypothe ...

                                               

Chimera (paleontology)

In paleontology, a chimera is a fossil that was reconstructed with elements coming from more than a single species of animal. A now classic example of chimera is Protoavis.

                                               

History of paleontology

The history of paleontology traces the history of the effort to understand the history of life on Earth by studying the fossil record left behind by living organisms. Since it is concerned with understanding living organisms of the past, paleonto ...

                                               

Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology

The Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology of China is a research institution and collections repository for fossils, including many dinosaur and pterosaur specimens. As its name suggests, research is focused on both paleontol ...

                                               

Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology

The Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology is a bimonthly peer-reviewed scientific journal that was established in 1980 by Jiri Zidek. It covers all aspects of vertebrate paleontology, including vertebrate origins, evolution, functional morphology, t ...

                                               

1813 in paleontology

Paleontology or palaeontology is the study of prehistoric life forms on Earth through the examination of plant and animal fossils. This includes the study of body fossils, tracks, burrows, cast-off parts, fossilised feces, palynomorphs and chemic ...

                                               

Moscow Paleontological Museum

The Orlov Museum of Paleontology was founded by Paleontological Institute of Russian Academy of Sciencies in 1937 prior to the XVII session of the International Geological Congress. It is named after Yuri Alexandrovich Orlov. It contains public e ...

                                               

Josef Augusta (paleontologist)

Josef Augusta was a Czechoslovak paleontologist, geologist, and science popularizer. From 1921 to 1925 Augusta studied at the university in Brno. Between 1933 and 1968 he held posts at the Charles University in Prague as lecturer, professor, and ...

                                               

Moritz Hoernes

Moritz Hornes, Austrian palaeontologist, was born in Vienna. He was educated at the University of Vienna and graduated with a PhD. He then became an assistant in the Vienna mineralogical museum. He was distinguished for his research on the Cenozo ...

                                               

Frank M. Carpenter

Frank Morton Carpenter received his PhD from Harvard University, and was curator of fossil insects at the Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology for 60 years. He studied the Permian fossil insects of Elmo, Kansas, and compared the North American f ...

                                               

Paleontological Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences

The Paleontological Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow is among the worlds largest paleontological institutes. An affiliate of the Russian Academy of Sciences, it includes collections from all over the former Soviet Union, as well a ...

                                               

Peter Ward (paleontologist)

Peter Douglas Ward is an American paleontologist and professor at the University of Washington, Seattle, and Sprigg Institute of Geobiology at the University of Adelaide. He has written numerous popular science works for a general audience and is ...

                                               

Max Schlosser

Max Schlosser was a German zoologist and paleontologist. He is best known for his research about extinct primates and Caniformia.

                                               

Paleontological Journal

Paleontological Journal is a monthly peer-reviewed Russian journal of paleontology established in 1959. It focuses on the paleontology and the fossil records of Eastern Europe and Asia. Articles are published simultaneously in Russian and English ...

                                               

Paleoart

Paleoart is any original artistic work that attempts to depict prehistoric life according to scientific evidence. Works of paleoart may be representations of fossil remains or imagined depictions of the living creatures and their ecosystems. Whil ...

                                               

Dinosaur

Dinosaurs are a diverse group of reptiles of the clade Dinosauria. They first appeared during the Triassic period, between 243 and 233.23 million years ago, although the exact origin and timing of the evolution of dinosaurs is the subject of acti ...

                                               

Dinosaur (disambiguation)

A dinosaur is a member of a group of reptiles, many of which are among the now-extinct non-avian variety. Avian dinosaurs are commonly called birds. Dinosaur, dinosaurs, or Dinosauria may also refer to:

                                               

Dinosaurs of Romania

The dinosaurs of Romania are exclusively Cretaceous. Lowermost Cretaceous dinosaurs come from a bauxite mine in the Bihor County that has yielded thousands of disarticulated bones. Uppermost Cretaceous dinosaurs have been known from the Hațeg Bas ...

                                               

Cultural depictions of dinosaurs

Cultural depictions of dinosaurs have been numerous since the word dinosaur was coined in 1842. The non-avian dinosaurs featured in books, films, television programs, artwork, and other media have been used for both education and entertainment. T ...

                                               

Dinosaurs on a Spaceship

Dinosaurs on a Spaceship is the second episode of the seventh series of the British science fiction television programme Doctor Who. It first aired on BBC One in the UK on 8 September 2012 and on BBC America on the same date in the United States. ...

                                               

When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth

When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth is a 1970 British prehistoric monster film written and directed by Val Guest and starring Victoria Vetri. It was produced by Aida Young. The production company was Hammer Films. The third in Hammers "Cave Girl" seri ...

                                               

Sea Rex

Sea Rex 3D: Journey to a Prehistoric World is a 3D film released to IMAX theaters in 2010. It was released on Blu-ray and Blu-ray 3D in November, 2011.

                                               

The New Dinosaurs

The New Dinosaurs: An Alternative Evolution is a 1988 speculative evolution book written by Scottish geologist Dougal Dixon and illustrated by several illustrators including Amanda Barlow, Peter Barrett, John Butler, Jeane Colville, Anthony Duke, ...

                                               

Feathered dinosaur

Since scientific research began on dinosaurs in the early 1800s, they were generally believed to be closely related to modern reptiles, such as lizards. The word "dinosaur" itself, coined in 1842 by paleontologist Richard Owen, comes from the Gre ...

                                               

List of U.S. state dinosaurs

This is a list of U.S. state dinosaurs in the United States, including the District of Columbia. Many states also have dinosaurs as state fossils, but this list only includes those that have been officially designated as "state dinosaurs".

                                               

List of dinosaur genera

This list of dinosaurs is a comprehensive listing of all genera that have ever been included in the superorder Dinosauria, excluding class Aves and purely vernacular terms. The list includes all commonly accepted genera, but also genera that are ...

                                               

List of Asian dinosaurs

This is a list of dinosaurs whose remains have been recovered from Asia excluding the Indian Subcontinent, which was part of a separate landmass for much of the Mesozoic. This list does not include dinosaurs that live or lived after the Mesozoic ...

                                               

List of African dinosaurs

This is a list of dinosaurs whose remains have been recovered from Africa. Africa has a rich fossil record, but it is patchy and incomplete. It is rich in Triassic and Early Jurassic dinosaurs. African dinosaurs from these time periods include Co ...

                                               

List of European dinosaurs

Dinosaurs evolved partway through the Triassic period of the Mesozoic era, around 230 Ma. At that time, the earth had one supercontinental landmass, called Pangaea, of which Europe was a part. So it remained throughout the Triassic. By the start ...

                                               

List of Indian and Madagascan dinosaurs

This is a list of dinosaurs whose remains have been recovered from India or Madagascar. Though widely separated today, India and Madagascar were connected throughout much of the Mesozoic and shared similar dinosaur faunas, distinct from what has ...

                                               

List of North American dinosaurs

This is a list of dinosaurs whose remains have been recovered from North America. North America has a rich dinosaur fossil record with great diversity of dinosaurs.

                                               

List of South American dinosaurs

This is a timeline of selected dinosaurs from the list above. Time is measured in Ma, megaannum, along the x-axis. Carnivores are shown in red, herbivores in green and omnivores in blue.

                                               

List of Australian and Antarctic dinosaurs

This list is a complement to Category:Dinosaurs of Australia and Category:Dinosaurs of Antarctica. Fossils of the creature must have been found in Australia or Antarctica. The creature must appear on the List of dinosaur genera.

                                               

List of films featuring dinosaurs

This is a list of films that feature non-avian dinosaurs and other prehistoric archosaurs, pterosaurs and prehistoric marine reptiles. Live-Action films: Animation films:

                                               

Gastonia (dinosaur)

Gastonia is a genus of herbivorous ankylosaurian dinosaur from the Early Cretaceous of North America, around 125 million years ago. It is often considered a nodosaurid closely related to Polacanthus. Gastonia has a sacral shield and large shoulde ...

                                               

Mahakala omnogovae

Mahakala in Tibetan Buddhism) is a genus of basal dromaeosaurid dinosaur from the Campanian-age Upper Cretaceous Djadokhta Formation of Omnogovi, Mongolia. It is based on a partial skeleton found in the Gobi Desert. Mahakala was a small dromaeosa ...

                                               

Mei long

Mei is a genus of duck-sized troodontid dinosaur first unearthed by paleontologists in Liaoning, China in 2004. Mei lived during the Early Cretaceous period. The binomial name of its only species, Mei long, means sleeping dragon.

                                               

Scientific community

The scientific community is a diverse network of interacting scientists. It includes many "sub-communities" working on particular scientific fields, and within particular institutions; interdisciplinary and cross-institutional activities are also ...

                                               

Scientist

A scientist is someone who conducts scientific research to advance knowledge in an area of interest. In classical antiquity, there was no real ancient analog of a modern scientist. Instead, philosophers engaged in the philosophical study of natur ...

                                               

Abdul Haq (Urdu scholar)

Maulvi Abdul Haq was a scholar and a linguist, whom some call Baba-e-Urdu. Abdul Haq was a champion of the Urdu language and the demand for it to be made the national language of Pakistan.

                                               

Sergei Abramov (mathematician)

Sergei Abramov is a Russian mathematician, Professor, Dr.Sc., Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Director of the Institute of Program Systems of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Rector of the University of Pereslavl. Special ...

                                               

Thomas Beddoes

Thomas Beddoes was an English physician and scientific writer. He was born in Shifnal, Shropshire and died in Bristol fifteen years after opening his medical practice there. He was a reforming practitioner and teacher of medicine, and an associat ...

                                               

Robert Burton (scholar)

Robert Burton was an English scholar at Oxford University, best known for the classic The Anatomy of Melancholy. He was also the incumbent of St Thomas the Martyr, Oxford, and of Seagrave in Leicestershire.

                                               

Alexei Mikhailovich Vasiliev

Alexei Mikhailovich Vasiliev is a prominent Russian Arabist and Africanist. Dr. of Science, Professor, full member of the Russian Academy of Sciences since 2011. Honorary President of the Institute for African Studies of the RAS 2015-. Director o ...

                                               

Vladimir Vasilyev (scientist)

Vladimir Nikolaevich Vasilyev is a Russian scientist, researcher, professor and rector at ITMO University. Head of the Council of Rectors of St. Petersburg Universities, corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Education, corresponding memb ...

                                               

Anatole Boris Volkov

Anatole Boris Volkov was an American physicist, allegedly serving as a courier for the Silvermaster spy ring between Washington, D.C., and New York City. Volkov taught both abroad and in America, retiring in the United States 1989. Though Volkovs ...

                                               

Margaret Hamilton (software engineer)

Margaret Heafield Hamilton is an American computer scientist, systems engineer and business owner. She was director of the Software Engineering Division of the MIT Instrumentation Laboratory, which developed on-board flight software for NASAs Apo ...

                                               

Cornelius Gurlitt (art historian)

for Gurlitts uncle, the composer of the same name, see Cornelius Gurlitt composer for Gurlitts grandson, the art collector of the same name, see Cornelius Gurlitt art collector Cornelius Gustav Gurlitt was a German architect and art historian.

                                               

David S. Johnson

David Stifler Johnson was an American computer scientist specializing in algorithms and optimization. He was the head of the Algorithms and Optimization Department of AT&T Labs Research from 1988 to 2013, and was a visiting professor at Colum ...

                                               

Jeffrey Kaplan (academic)

Jeffrey Kaplan is an American academic who has written and edited a number of books on racism, religious violence, terrorism and the far right. He is an Associate Professor of Religion at the University of Wisconsin–Oshkosh and a member of the Bo ...

                                               

David Keith (scientist)

For other people named David Keith see David Keith. David W. Keith is Gordon McKay Professor of Applied Physics for Harvard Universitys Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences SEAS and Professor of Public Policy for the Harvard Kennedy ...

                                               

George Klein (biologist)

George Klein was a Hungarian–Swedish microbiologist and public intellectual. Specializing in cancer research, he was professor of tumour biology at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm from 1957–1992, a chair created for him, and as professor em ...

                                               

Vijay Kumar (roboticist)

Vijay Kumar is an Indian roboticist and UPS foundation professor in the School of Engineering & Applied Science with secondary appointments in computer and information science and electrical and systems engineering at the University of Pennsylvan ...

                                               

Giovanni Leone (scientist)

Giovanni Leone is an Italian geophysicist and volcanologist. His main activity is the study of planetary geology and volcanology of the Solar System. He got the attention of many international newspapers in 2014 after he proposed that Valles Mari ...

                                               

James McCarthy (oceanographer)

James J. McCarthy was a Professor of Biological Oceanography at Harvard and was President of the American Association for the Advancement of Science from February 2008 to February 2009. McCarthy was the Alexander Agassiz Professor of Biological O ...

                                               

Tom M. Mitchell

Tom Michael Mitchell is an American computer scientist and E. Fredkin University Professor at the Carnegie Mellon University. He is a former Chair of the Machine Learning Department at CMU. Mitchell is known for his contributions to the advanceme ...

                                               

Mark Overmars

Markus Hendrik Overmars is a Dutch computer scientist and teacher of game programming known for his game development application Game Maker. Game Maker lets people create computer games using a drag-and-drop interface. He is the former head of th ...

                                               

Nikolai Petrov (academician)

Nikolai Ivanovych Petrov was an Imperial Russian theologist and philologist, long time worked in the Imperial Russian Southwestern Krai, one of founding members of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. Petrov who about 40 years worked for ...

                                               

Vladimir Nikolaevich Platonov

Platonov graduated from the Kiev State Institute of Physical Culture KSIPC in 1962. He then did postgraduate study at KSIPC and received a Doctor of Science in Pedagogy in 1979. From 1969 to 1975, Platonov worked as a Senior Lecturer and then as ...

                                               

John Rodgers (geologist)

He was born in Albany, New York to Henry and Louise Allen Rodgers and was educated at Albany Academy. He then studied at Cornell University, where he was awarded a B.A. in 1936 and an M.S. in geology in 1937. He gained a post-graduate Ph.D. at Ya ...

                                               

Russ Salakhutdinov

Ruslan "Russ" Salakhutdinov is a Canadian researcher of Tatar origin working in the field of artificial intelligence. He specializes in deep learning, probabilistic graphical models, and large-scale optimization.

                                               

Vasily Sergeyevich Smirnov (metallurgist)

Vasily Sergeyevich Smirnov was a Russian Soviet metallurgist and a corresponding member of the Soviet Academy of Sciences. He made notable contributions to understanding the plastic deformation process.

                                               

Alexander Stepanov

Alexander Alexandrovich Stepanov is a Russian-American computer programmer, best known as an advocate of generic programming and as the primary designer and implementer of the C++ Standard Template Library, which he started to develop around 1992 ...

                                               

Robert Taylor (computer scientist)

Robert William Taylor, known as Bob Taylor, was an American Internet pioneer, who led teams that made major contributions to the personal computer, and other related technologies. He was director of ARPAs Information Processing Techniques Office ...

                                               

Viktor Tikhomirov

Victor Vasilievitch Tikhomirov, 1912 – Jan. 8, 1985) was an outstanding Soviet engineer and scientist in the fields of radio electronics and automation. He was a corresponding member of the Soviet Academy of Sciences, three times a laureate of th ...

                                               

Alexander Ivanovich Tikhonov

Oleksandr Tikhonov was a Ukrainian pharmacist, Doctor of Pharmacy, Distinguished Professor at the National University of Pharmacy, President of the Ukrainian Association of apitherapists. He is Academician of the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences.Hon ...

                                               

Yuri Trushin

Yuri Vladimirovich Trushin is Russian physicist and professor of Theoretical Physics of semiconductors. He is a member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, and has been recognized as an Honored Scientist of the Russian Federation.

                                               

William Wilson (English academic)

William Wilson FRS FHAS was a leading figure in academic circles. He was born at Goodyhills, in the Abbey Holme district of Cumberland in 1875. He was educated at the village school at Holme St Cuthbert, Cumberland, before attending the Aspatria ...

                                               

Mary Ward (scientist)

Mary Ward was an Irish naturalist, astronomer, microscopist, author, and artist. She was killed when she fell under the wheels of an experimental steam car built by her cousins. As the event occurred in 1869, she is the first person known to have ...

                                               

William Watson (scientist)

Sir William Watson, FRS was an English physician and scientist who was born and died in London. His early work was in botany, and he helped to introduce the work of Carolus Linnaeus into England. He became a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1741 an ...

                                               

Debra Fischer

Debra Ann Fischer is a professor of astronomy at Yale University researching detection and characterization of exoplanets. She was part of the team to discover the first known multiple-planet system. She also worked with Dr Tabetha Suzanne Boyajian.

                                               

George N. Hatsopoulos

George Nicholas Hatsopoulos was a Greek American mechanical engineer noted for his work in thermodynamics and for having co-founded Thermo Electron.

                                               

Eric Ash

Eric Ash was born in Berlin, the son of a Jewish lawyer. The family emigrated to England in 1938 to escape Nazism. He was educated at the independent University College School, and at 17 won a scholarship to Imperial College London. After graduat ...

                                               

Parody science

Parody science, sometimes called spoof science, is the act of mocking science in a satirical way. Science can be parodied for a purpose, ranging from social commentary and making political points, to humor for its own sake. Parody science is diff ...

                                               

Scientific method

The scientific method is an empirical method of acquiring knowledge that has characterized the development of science since at least the 17th century. It involves careful observation, applying rigorous skepticism about what is observed, given tha ...

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