Milestone-Proposal talk:The first magnetic resonance image (MRI)
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RE: The first magnetic resonance image (MRI) -- Jason.k.hui (talk) 16:10, 3 April 2017 (UTC)
In the proposed plaque citation, suggest replacing the word "substance" with "object" as noted in Dr. Lauterbur's Nature publication. Would it sound better to rearrange the third sentence to "This demonstration was a major advance for Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and paved the way for its worldwide usage as a noninvasive method to examine body tissue for disease detection?" Note there are a number of typos in the citation. Please correct and re-enter in the milestone proposal.
Is there still a public presence at the building where Dr. Lauterbur did his research? Will that building remain intact in the foreseeable future?
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Thank you for your comments. I have changed the proposed plaque citation as per your suggestion and corrected any typos in the proposal. The building where Dr lauterbur did his work will remain in tact.
Please let me know if there are other comments. Jesse Taub
Re: Re: RE: The first magnetic resonance image (MRI) -- Jason.k.hui (talk) 04:05, 4 April 2017 (UTC)
Jesse - I just checked the proposal and the plaque citation still has the original text. Also, I did not get an answer in regards to my question about whether the original building where the achievement was accomplished in still has a public presence. If it does, wouldn't it be more significant and meaningful to have the plaque installed at that location given the building will remain intact? Are there obstacles such that the plaque cannot be installed there?
Re: Re: Re: RE: The first magnetic resonance image (MRI) -- Jason.k.hui (talk) 11:05, 6 April 2017 (UTC)
In the plaque citation: 1) Please add a dash between "two" and "dimensional," 2) Recommend replacing "a substance" in the second sentence with "the object."
Based on the Advocate's question regarding the location of the Milestone Plaque and the suggestion of Robert Colburn ,I added additional words to this proposal to justify its placement in Stony Brook University's new MART building rather then their Chemistry building, Jesse Taub
Advocate comments -- Administrator1 (talk) 17:40, 27 April 2017 (UTC)
Hello Jesse and Jason,
In response to Robert Colburn's comments following and Jesse's request, I will try to answer both at this writing. I hope I don't get into trouble.
1- According to my "Concise" Oxford English Dictionary; "Concise" being almost 3 inches thick;
- Distinct - Recognizably different in nature; individual or separate
- Readily distinguishable by the senses
2- Distinctive - individually characteristic
- distinct from other of its kind
Distinctive contains the word distinct. I go with distinctive. It appears six of one or one half dozen of the other but distinctive is more inclusive to this case in my opinion.
I agree with Robert's change to the second sentence "The proton distribution of the object was distinctively encoded by using magnetic field gradients".
Jason; Do you agree with Robert's recommendations and do you wish to make the changes or Jesse per Jesse's response.
Victor G. Zourides, P.E. (Ret)
P.S. Jason, I know it will be a privilege to meet you when all is done.
- 1 RE: The first magnetic resonance image (MRI) -- Jason.k.hui (talk) 16:10, 3 April 2017 (UTC)
- 1.1 Re: RE: The first magnetic resonance image (MRI) -- Jjtaub (talk) 22:24, 3 April 2017 (UTC)
- 2 -- Jjtaub (talk) 19:24, 11 April 2017 (UTC)
- 3 Advocate comments -- Administrator1 (talk) 17:40, 27 April 2017 (UTC)