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EQUILIBRIUM & KNOWLEDGE By Carmelo Briguglio
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IF the human condition is to improve as a whole, become peaceful and balanced in itself and in relation to its surroundings, the only way forward is the gradual reduction of socio-cultural and... More > economic disparities. Inequalities are created by the vanity of an elite that considers itself worthy of privileges, we are led to believe they have taken dangerous risks and deserve to be rewarded for their “honest day’s work”, tax avoidance is usually their other notable characteristic.< Less
FAR FROM EQUILIBRIUM By Phillip Engle
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FAR FROM EQUILIBRIUM is an introduction to physical science for the 21st century. It emphasizes the nonlinear paradigm and also includes discussions of important epistemological and teleological... More > issues related to science. FAR FROM EQUILIBRIUM ends with a presentation of biological evolution from the nonlinear perspective, introducing the reader to Robert F. DeHaan's pathbreaking nonlinear theory of macrodevelopment as the replacement for the outdated linear theory of neo-Darwinism. This book is intended for the general reader and presumes only a knowledge of high school mathematics.< Less
FAR FROM EQUILIBRIUM By Phillip Engle
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FAR FROM EQUILIBRIUM is an introduction to physical science for the 21st century. It emphasizes the nonlinear paradigm and also includes discussions of important epistemological and teleological... More > issues related to science. FAR FROM EQUILIBRIUM ends with a presentation of biological evolution from the nonlinear perspective, introducing the reader to Robert F. DeHaan's pathbreaking nonlinear theory of macrodevelopment as the replacement for the outdated linear theory of neo-Darwinism. This book is intended for the general reader and presumes only a knowledge of high school mathematics.< Less
Essay on Relative Gravity By Orion Karl Daley
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Orion Daley's revolutionary new theory of Relative Gravity explains in another way how the universe is put together. The fundamental universe is viewed like a plasma of alternating currents. Symmetry... More > is conserved through polymorphism of inherent properties. Given a wave length of some deep time, symmetry in properties is not at the exclusion of randomness. As derivatives, the four known forces: the Electro Strong and Weak, Electromagnetism and Gravity are considered to share symmetry where differentiated by their context. The relationship of dark and light matter is seen as that of impedance where particles to galaxies, or any other body between, are first viewed as manifolds having common and inherent properties. Particles can have opposite charge, and harmonics of vectors for strings with wavelengths subject to distortion. Bodies are considered skew-able and cumulative with respect to others within their context. Gravity is viewed as their fundamental relationship through superposition.< Less
Essay on Relative Gravity By Orion Karl Daley
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Orion Daley's revolutionary new theory of Relative Gravity explains in another way how the universe is put together. The fundamental universe is viewed like a plasma of alternating currents. Symmetry... More > is conserved through polymorphism of inherent properties. Given a wave length of some deep time, symmetry in properties is not at the exclusion of randomness. As derivatives, the four known forces: the Electro Strong and Weak, Electromagnetism and Gravity are considered to share symmetry where differentiated by their context. The relationship of dark and light matter is seen as that of impedance where particles to galaxies, or any other body between, are first viewed as manifolds having common and inherent properties. Particles can have opposite charge, and harmonics of vectors for strings with wavelengths subject to distortion. Bodies are considered skew-able and cumulative with respect to others within their context. Gravity is viewed as their fundamental relationship through superposition.< Less
Falaco Solitons, Cosmology and the Arrow of Time ... Vol2. Non-Equilibrium Systems and Irreversible Processes By Robert Kiehn
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Use Preview to SEE The TABLE OF CONTENTS vol2.. Falaco Solitons are topological defects you can create in your swimmng pool. Could it be that they are related to pairs of spiral arm galaxies? ... More > Thermodynamics of non-equilibrium thermodynamic systems give a logical basis for the arrow of time.< Less
Object Oriented Design for Unification Theory - Essay On Relative Gravity By Orion Daley
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Orion Daley's revolutionary new theory of Relative Gravity explains in an object oriented way how the universe is put together. The fundamental universe is viewed like a plasma of alternating... More > currents. Symmetry is conserved through polymorphism of inherent properties. Given a wave length of some deep time, symmetry in properties is not at the exclusion of randomness. As derivatives, the four known forces: the Electro Strong and Weak, Electromagnetism and Gravity are considered to share symmetry where differentiated by their context. The relationship of dark and light matter is seen as that of impedance where particles to galaxies, or any other body between, are first viewed as manifolds having common and inherent properties. Particles can have opposite charge, and harmonics of vectors for strings with wavelengths subject to distortion. Bodies are considered skew-able and cumulative with respect to others within their context. Gravity is viewed as their fundamental relationship through superposition.< Less
Refractive Period and Significance of Nernst Equation By Homework Help Classof1
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"1. Define the term: ABSOLUTE REFRACTORY PERIOD. 2. Why does the absolute refractory period occur? What is happening in the cell? 3. Define the term: RELATIVE REFRACTORY PERIOD "
Introduction To Nonequilibrium Statistical Mechanics By James A. McLennan
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This book covers kinetic theory including generalizations of the Boltzmann equation to deal with density-dependent effects and internal molecular degrees of freedom. Non-equilibrium statistical... More > mechanics is covered with emphasis on the relation between irreversible processes and spontaneous fluctuations.< Less
Labor Union By Homework Help Classof1
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A labor union is a group of workers organized to increase job security, improve working conditions, and increase wages and fringe benefits. Acting as a group, union members have some control over the... More > wages and fringe benefits they receive.< Less