Michael Ellis Fisher (born 3 September 1931) is an English physicist, as well as chemist and mathematician, known for his many seminal contributions to statistical physics, including but not restricted to the theory of phase transitions and critical phenomena.
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... series 4 ... "The Condemned" Cliff Bole Ted Roberts and Michael Fisher (teleplay), John Truman (story) November 20, 1988 (1988-11-20) 5 Remake of "The Condemned" (S02/E19) ... who had his name removed from the credits of the remake.) 5 ... "The Legacy" Kim Manners Michael Lynn and Allan Balter November 26, 1988 (1988-11-26) 2 The IMF must recover a stash of Nazi gold hidden since the end ... out of Czechoslovakia 9 ... "The Haunting" Mike Vejar Michael Fisher January 28, 1989 (1989-01-28) 9 The mother-obsession of a serial killer (Parker Stevenson) may be ...
... Michael G ... Fisher (also credited as Mike Fisher or Michael Fisher) is a percussionist and studio musician who lives in Malibu, California ... Fisher worked as the percussionist on the title theme for the HBO series Six Feet Under, for which composer Thomas Newman was awarded the 2001-2002 Emmy for Outstanding Main Title Theme Music ...
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