This uncertainty swirling around the constants could cause headaches for metrologists
. No law of physics prohibits the constants from changing ever so slightly in time or space--though scientists haven't found conclusive evidence that they do.
should keep in mind that more nominal values tested represent a lower uncertainty but higher cost of calibration,
For example, an industrial metrologist
working in the automobile industry may design an evaluation for a car's crash detection system.
Vinquiry is fortunate to have a metrologist
on staff to perform this service, and it also owns National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)-certified weights.
Because the tooling Riverside Machine needed measured was very large, the GKS metrologist
went onsite to Riverside Machine's facility.
John Kings said baking temperatures on this scale only hit the UK at most twice a decade.
is one who practices the application of metrology.
Kelley Larson, metrologist
at Arizona Weights & Measures, came to Calibron to research, witness, and possibly certify the proving results.
The translator does not claim to be a metrologist
, but, given his publication record noted on the back cover, he surely could have examined the Index Islamicus, The Encyclopaedia of Islam, or at least consulted experts on the subject.
Mrs Ralph, a writer and her husband, David, 35, a metrologist
, have had four treatments after being on the waiting list in Durham for four years.
Conceding Taylor's skills as "an accurate metrologist
and a learned biblical scholar," the reviewer went on to lament that his theory was wholly lacking in support.
A calibration lab metrologist
may spend an hour or more just preparing a single report.