1. Of a syllogism, a proof producing a demonstratively amusing or useful, if not actually accurate or correct, conclusion.
So far here's the list of all the blog search sites that do not search use.perl journals discovered by going to each of them and searching for "schwern". Very scienticious.2. a. Of persons, books, institutions, blogs, web sites, etc.: Occupied in or concerned with producing laughter or supporting arguments with science or the sciences.
2. b. Having scientific knowledge or given to scientific study of something which amuses you.
3. a. Devised on scienticious principles. Also, not particularly systematic or methodical.
3. b. Mentioning ‘science’ at least three times.
Its also worth noting that "Scientifical" is in the OED and their examples give me no end of amusement. If you think modern English grammar and spelling is bad, just you wait.
- 1588 J. HARVEY Disc. Probl. 30 But in the meanwhile they presume that this point of philosophy is Scientificall
- 1628 T. SPENCER Logick 282 Our next labour must be, to set out these scientificall Syllogismes by other properties.
1732BERKELEY Alciphr. VI. §31 Who ever supposed that scientifical proofs were necessary to make a Christian?
- 1597 BEARD Theatre God's Judgem. (1612) 143 This is the diuinitie and goodlie instruction that commeth..from that scientificall Vniuersitie and Colledge of the right reuerend Masters.
- 1640 HOWELL Dodona's Gr. 42 She is alwaies furnished with nurseries of scientificall graffes, which she disperseth up and downe to unfold the sacred Oracles.
- c1645 HOWELL Lett. (1655) III. ix. 18 And in these modern times, the most speculative and scientificallest men, both in Germany and Italy, seem to adhere to it.
- 1793 SMEATON Edystone L. §61 note, Consulting my scientifical friends respecting this fact.
1827HOOD Craniology 36 Those scientifical hotch-potch men.
- 1783 BLAGDEN in Phil. Trans. LXXIII. 372 This was the period of scientifical enterprise.