Chaetodiadema keiense is a species of of the family, Diadematidae. Their armour is covered with spines. Chaetodiadema keiense was first scientifically described in 1939 by Ole Theodor Jensen Mortensen.Kroh, A. (2010). Chaetodiadema keiense (Mortensen, 1939). In: Kroh, A. & Mooi, R. (2010) World Echinoidea Database. at the World Register of Marine Species.
Carbon detonation is the violent reignition of Nuclear fusion in a white dwarf, which produces a Type Ia supernova. A white dwarf undergoes carbon detonation only if it has a binary star companion, be it a normal star or another white dwarf, close enough for the dwarf star to siphon sufficient amounts of matter onto itself, the siphoned matter having been expelled during the process of the companion's own late stage stellar evolution.
Judicial deference is the condition of a court yielding or submitting its judgment to that of another legitimate party, such as Executive branch in the case of national defense. It is most commonly found in countries, such as the United Kingdom, which lack an entrenched constitution, as the essential purpose of such documents is to limit the power of the legislature.
Tang Jitian () is a human rights lawyer in the People's Republic of China. Based in Beijing, he is a prominent figure in the Weiquan (rights defending) movement, and has defended victims of illegal land requisitions, Falun Gong adherents, HIV/AIDS victims, and other vulnerable groups, including fellow human rights lawyers.Committee to Support Chinese Lawyers, Tang Jitian. Accessed 05-18-2012.
A marine chronometer is a timepiece that is precise and accurate enough to be used as a portable time standard; it can therefore be used to determine longitude by means of celestial navigation. When first developed in the 18th century, it was a major technical achievement, as accurate knowledge of the time over a long sea voyage is necessary for navigation, lacking electronic or communications aids. The first true chronometer was the life work of one man, John Harrison, spanning 31 years of persistent expe..
Al-Kateb v Godwin was a decision of the High Court of Australia, which ruled on 6 August 2004 that the indefinite detention of a stateless person was lawful. The case concerned Ahmed Al-Kateb, a Palestinians man born in Kuwait, who moved to Australia in 2000 and applied for a temporary protection visa. The Commonwealth Minister for Immigration's decision to refuse the application was upheld by the Refugee Review Tribunal and the Federal Court. In 2002, Al-Kateb declared that he wished to return to Kuwait or..