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SPECFLIC 2.6 & PARTICLES OF INTEREST By gallery @calit2
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SPECFLIC 2.6 & PARTICLES OF INTEREST, Exhibition Catalog for gallery@calit2
SPECFLIC 2.6 & PARTICLES OF INTEREST By gallery @calit2
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Particles In Denial By Kathryn Berg
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A short collection of the poetic works of Kathryn Berg.
Motion Mountain : The Adventure Of Physics - Vol. 5: Pleasure, Technology and Stars By Christoph Schiller
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This is the ebook version of the fifth volume of the Motion Mountain physics text, written to be surprising and challenging on every page. It provides a simple, modern and vivid introduction to the... More > motion inside people, animals, nuclei, and stars, including the physics of elementary particles. The text, printed in black and white, is written in an easy style, uses little mathematics, and is accessible to undergraduates, teachers and anybody who is interested in the precise description of nature. Enjoy the reading!< Less
Motion Mountain - vol. 5 - The Adventure of Physics - Pleasure, Technology and Stars By Christoph Schiller
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This is the fifth volume (428 pages, edition 26, February 2014) of the Motion Mountain physics text, written to be surprising and challenging on every page. It provides a simple, modern and vivid... More > introduction to the motion inside people, animals, nuclei, and stars, including the physics of perception and the senses, of crystals and of elementary particles. The text, printed in black and white, is written in an easy style, uses little mathematics, and is accessible to undergraduates, teachers and anybody who is interested in the precise description of nature. The colour pdf, with all the embedded films, can be downloaded for free at the www.motionmountain.net website. Enjoy the reading!< Less
Motion Mountain - vol. 6 - The Adventure of Physics - The Strand Model - A Speculation on Unification By Christoph Schiller
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This is the sixth and last volume (446 pages, edition 26, February 2014) of the Motion Mountain physics text. This volume, in contrast to the five preceding ones, presents a speculative topic: after... More > explaining why past attempts at the unification of physics have failed, it introduces the so-called strand model. The strand model contains general relativity, quantum theory, and the standard model of particle physics. In addition, the strand model solves all those questions of physics that were still open so far, such as the calculation of the fine structure constant. The model makes numerous testable and surprising predictions. The predictions agree with all known experiments. Prepare yourself for a rollercoaster ride through modern physics and recent research! The text, printed in black and white, is written in an easy style, uses little mathematics, and is accessible to undergraduates, teachers and anybody who is interested in the foundation of physics. Enjoy the reading!< Less
Clever Algorithms: Nature-Inspired Programming Recipes By Jason Brownlee
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This book provides a handbook of algorithmic recipes from the fields of Metaheuristics, Biologically Inspired Computation and Computational Intelligence that have been described in a complete,... More > consistent, and centralized manner. These standardized descriptions were carefully designed to be accessible, usable, and understandable. Most of the algorithms described in this book were originally inspired by biological and natural systems, such as the adaptive capabilities of genetic evolution and the acquired immune system, and the foraging behaviors of birds, bees, ants and bacteria. An encyclopedic algorithm reference, this book is intended for research scientists, engineers, students, and interested amateurs. Each algorithm description provides a working code example in the Ruby Programming Language.< Less
Fractal Scale Cosmology : Framework Summary By Robert DeMelo
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Here a concise guide to the current state of fractal scale cosmology is given. It describes a unique fractal and velocity dependent scaling framework on quantum and macroscopic cosmology detailing an... More > intrinsic, self-similar correlation to the geometry and material structure fundamentally constituting those cosmologies and respective dynamics. This highly predictive, heuristically formulated framework derives a series of interesting and precise results linking cosmic macroscopic objects to quantum scaled counterparts. These results include deriving the elementary charge from its macroscopic scale relative, scaling planetary masses to quantum particle charges, describing the link between charge and mass of quantum particles, demonstrating links through scaling between physical constants, explaining matter, mass and energy through interaction with a spatial quantum medium constituted of sub-quantum particles, and subsequently constituted of smaller discretely scaled self-similar mediums by scale factors of S.< Less
EM wave By Louis Jasper Jr.
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The book is meant to be read and studied by those interested in understanding an electromagnetic (EM) model of our galaxy. The model shows that an EM wave originates at the center of our galaxy and... More > travels outward with a half wavelength periodicity of about 32 million years. Coulomb and Hankel Wave Functions characterize the central and outer region of the galaxy respectively. It is interesting that at the center of the galaxy, a current flows perpendicular to the plane of the spiral, and that Coulomb Wave Functions are necessary to solve the boundary value problem. These functions are used in quantum physics. It is most fascinating that our galaxy can be modeled using functions that are used in quantum physics. Also of interest is that the EM wave will concentrate ionic particles in spatial distributions around the wave maxima. The ionic particles will blanket the space occupied by the earth as the EM wave maxima reach the earth at intervals of about 32 million years.< Less
The Amazing Quran By Gary Miller
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Many centuries before the onset of Muhammad’s prophethood, there was a well-known theory of atomism advanced by the Greek philosopher, Democritus. He and the people who came after him assumed... More > that matter consists of tiny, indestructible, indivisible particles called atoms. The Arabs too, used to deal in the same concept; in fact, the Arabic word dharrah commonly referred to the smallest particle known to man. Now, modern science has discovered that this smallest unit of matter (i.e., the atom, which has all of the same properties as its element) can be split into its component parts. This is a new idea, a development of the last century; yet; interestingly enough, this information had already been documented in the Quran (Surah Saba’, 34:3) which states: “He [i.e., Allah] is aware of an atom’s weight in the heavens and on the earth and even anything smaller than that...” Undoubtedly, fourteen centuries ago that statement would have looked unusual, even to an Arab.< Less