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by Lena Rabi Capapas, M.D.This book, Love This Beautiful Musical Mathematical Universe, introduces the reader to the history of quantum physics and the discovery of certain principles and hidden laws of nature that underlie the experience of our earthly reality. At the same time, it endeavors to connect these said principles and laws to ancient sacred teachings and practices, as well as to the all-too-real mystical experiences in everyday-life; leading to an understanding of how we, conscious beings, have a participator... more
by U. NotmiWhen representations seem as the things themselves there is no way to understand and no escape. It means endless stumbling and much suffering while actually everything could have been nice and easy. But there is a way, and this book is there in order to show and clarify it beyond the shadow of a doubt. It is about the integration of all things, and the problem lies where this had been avoided, particularly regarding our own minds. The conclusion is quite shocking, yet if you have the guts and ... more
by Eugene J. LavioletteDark Matter is Nonexistent by Eugene J. Laviolette theorizes, based on mathematical calculation that dark matter does not exist. This explosive scientific theory just may change what we know about the Universe forever. Proving conversion of Conventional Second-Dimensional calculations to Third-dimensional expression relevant to the sphere reflects a loss of 23.36985% of Surface Area on the Second-Dimensional plane. This % is equal to the inferred % of missing matter called DARK MATTER.
by Gregory WrightstoneRising temperatures and increasing CO2 are benefiting both the Earth and humanity. The book exposes the many fictions promoted by those advancing the notion of man-made catastrophic warming.
by L.K. SamuelsChaos gets a bad rap. Few people realize that without the dynamics of chaos, order would not exist. In fact, nothing would exist. Without chaos there would be no creation, no structure and no existence. After all, order is merely the repetition of patterns; chaos is the process that establishes those patterns. Without this creative self-organizing force, the universe would be devoid of biological life, the birth of stars and galaxies, and the singularity of matter and energy — everything we have... more
by Brendan Kelly
Intelligence: Where We Were, Where We Are & Where We’re Going, takes us on a three-part journey from the evolution of human cognition in its earliest manifestation as instinct, through its later acquisition of rational thought, and to its culmination in a silicon-based incarnation as artificial intelligence. Insights into this faculty that has brought our species to the top of the food chain, and also to the brink of atomic suicide, are gleaned from observation... more
by bernard lavendaWhat happens when you push a theory beyond its limits? You get a theory like general relativity. Although coined by Einstein, he would be hard pressed to recognize it. Einstein constructed a theory that would pertain to geodesic motion, or motion at constant velocity. Einstein field equations are equivalent to geometrical optics whose characteristic surfaces are those of electromagnetic, and not gravitational radiation. As such it exclude catastrophic phenomena like the merger of black holes, si... more
by simon m lambJunglenomics maintains that natural ecosystems provide a blueprint for reorganizing the economic domain to coexist benignly with natural environments, mitigate climate change, halt species decline, and benefit the poorest.
by Anthony M D'Agostino, MDThis book is a history of psychiatry and medicine in the context of the evolution of managed care over the last forty years. The Alexian Brothers Behavioral Health Hospital?s rise to the seventh largest psychiatric corporation (as of 2016) in the USA is reviewed in relation to those changes in funding and clinical practice.
by Lynn LevineAn Easy-to-Use Guide for fern lovers. The Guide includes 28 common ferns of the Northeast The terminology used in this book is very user-friendly. How to Use the Guide: Step 1 Choose which of the 5 groups the fern is in Step 2 Go to the Silhouettes for that group Step 3 Go to the matching illustration Learn: Where it Grows, Tips for Identification What fern it can be confused with Interesting Notes
by Marilynne EichingerPeer into the political and educational climate of the 60’s to discover factors that propelled the hands-on education movement into prominence. Follow the missteps and breakthroughs of Marilynne Eichinger and 11 other naive but dedicated museum directors, board volunteers and National Science Foundation managers as they strove to change the way science was taught. Their oft humorous stories are revealed with candor and clarity. Responding to the latest research in learning and child development... more
Junglenomics - Nature's Solutions to the World Environment Crisis, a New Paradigm for the Twenty-first Century & Beyondby Simon M. LambSince the dawn of Life, Nature has been highly successful at organizing ecosystems to produce a vast array of species that co-exist without damaging the environment. Our economic ecosystem has grown from nothing in just a few millennia and has become chaotic and destructive to people, other species, and the natural world. Junglenomics describes how adopting Nature’s blueprint can enable us to transform our economies to protect natural environments, halt species decline, benefit the poorest, and ... more
by Frank PremDevil In The Wind is an account of catastrophic fire and its immediate aftermath. In this 21st century, the whole world seems to be on fire. America burns. Europe burns. Greece is reeling after its own tragedy of fire. And Australia burns, as it has always done, but now so much more fiercely. In February 2009, wildfires burnt through entire communities, taking 173 lives and injuring hundreds, while destroying thousands of houses and other buildings. Up to 400 fires destroyed 450,000 hec... more
by George TillmannProject Management Scholia focuses on the 17 most consequential reasons IT software development projects fail and presents ways the project manager can avoid these problems by reading the danger signs and taking timely corrective action.
by Michael A. Tewell"IMMORTALITY: THE SCIENCE OF FORBIDDEN FRUIT" reveals how evolution has adapted the human body to preserve our individuality after we die. The Law of Conservation of Information states that information cannot be created or destroyed. Our individuality is information contained in the memories of our life experiences. These memories are stored in neurons in the brain. As death approaches, the limbic system selects the most important memories to be "downloaded" into photon-encased" ions and rel... more
by Diane de Simone
NEW interactive book #2...With music! Scientists are now in agreement. We’re here to be extraordinary while walking through these extraordinary and challenging times, as we witness the cracking open of the mind and heart of humanity.
This is short, fun. HEADPHONES are recommended.
We're being asked to EVOLVE, to shift, to embrace a far larger view of ourselves and our place in the universe. At our core, we are more powerful and peaceful than we know.
We must go ... more