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Singularity By David Sereda
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Did God of the Old Testament, Krishna, Pythagoras, Buddha and Jesus speak in a secret language of quantum physics that no one would understand until now? If there is a code that can unlock the... More > matrix of War, Disease, Death, Space and Time, Singularity is it! Singularity unlocks the code to the most profound enigmatic questions human beings face: Where are we in the universal map? How did we get here and why are we stuck here? Why do we face disease old age and death? Why is war part of our reality? Finally, why are we stuck on a small planet, unable to move faster than the speed of light? It is almost as if the material universe has a secret code, that unless discovered and broken, humanity remains imprisoned unable to conquer the vast distances between Earth and other Star systems where intelligent life might exist. Human beings do not have regular, accurate contact with the Divine Architect of the Universe. Why? We are trapped unless we can decode Space and Time.< Less
Singularity By David Sereda
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Did God of the Old Testament, Krishna, Pythagoras, Buddha and Jesus speak in a secret language of quantum physics that no one would understand until now? If there is a code that can unlock the... More > matrix of War, Disease, Death, Space and Time, Singularity is it! Singularity unlocks the code to the most profound enigmatic questions human beings face: Where are we in the universal map? How did we get here and why are we stuck here? Why do we face disease old age and death? Why is war part of our reality? Finally, why are we stuck on a small planet, unable to move faster than the speed of light? It is almost as if the material universe has a secret code, that unless discovered and broken, humanity remains imprisoned unable to conquer the vast distances between Earth and other Star systems where intelligent life might exist. Human beings do not have regular, accurate contact with the Divine Architect of the Universe. Why? We are trapped unless we can decode Space and Time.< Less
The Singularity By Andrew Charles Johner
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George C. Pry, the dullest of Astrophysics professors, creates a hydrothermal rotating vaccum of hydrogen out of a Torius 9000 saltwater pool-pump. All is well until his machine gives birth to a star... More > no larger than a breadcrumb that would eventually become a portal into another universe. Follow George on his bizzare adventrue chasing the inevitable fate of humanity while riding the back of a 33 ton lobster.< Less
The Singularity By Andrew Charles Johner
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George C. Pry, the dullest of Astrophysics professors, creates a hydrothermal rotating vaccum of hydrogen out of a Torius 9000 saltwater pool-pump. All is well until his machine gives birth to a star... More > no larger than a breadcrumb that would eventually become a portal into another universe. Follow George on his bizzare adventrue chasing the inevitable fate of humanity while riding the back of a 33 ton lobster.< Less
No Singular Definition By Leah Koransky
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Singular Moduli of Shimura Curves By Eric Errthum
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The j-function acts as a parameterization of the classical modular curve. Its values at complex multiplication (CM) points are called singular moduli and are algebraic integers. A Shimura curve is a... More > generalization of the modular curve and, if the Shimura curve has genus 0, a rational parameterizing function evaluated at a CM point is again algebraic over the rational field. This thesis shows that the coordinate maps given by Elkies for the Shimura curves associated to the quaternion algebras with discriminants 6 and 10 are Borcherds lifts of vector-valued modular forms. This property is then used to explicitly compute the rational norms of singular moduli on these curves. This method not only verifies the conjectural values for the rational CM points given by Elkies, but also provides a way of algebraically calculating the norms of CM points with arbitrarily large negative discriminant.< Less
Singularities and Complexity in CR Geometry By Jiri Lebl
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PhD Thesis in Pure Mathematics. University of California at San Diego. Several related problems in CR geometry are studied. See abstract in the preview. (hardcover)
Singularities and Complexity in CR Geometry By Jiri Lebl
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PhD Thesis in Pure Mathematics. University of California at San Diego. Several related problems in CR geometry are studied. See abstract in the preview.
Falsehood: An Analysis of Illusion's Singularity By Marc Burock
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It is a common tactic, going back to the beginnings of religion and philosophy, to presume that we are enveloped in a world of untruth and illusion, thereby fueling our movement toward truth. But... More > the accumulation of skepticism has made us skeptical that truth can be found, so many of us have abandoned the quest all-together, yet we continue to believe in the reality of illusion, if only implicitly and locally. Here we challenge the concept of illusion itself, asking those who have ever called something ‘an illusion’ to question the meaning of these assertions. This broader skepticism partially annihilates itself, pushing us forward in the process.< Less
Falsehood: An Analysis of Illusion's Singularity By Marc Burock
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It is a common tactic, going back to the beginnings of religion and philosophy, to presume that we are enveloped in a world of untruth and illusion, thereby fueling our movement toward truth. But... More > the accumulation of skepticism has made us skeptical that truth can be found, so many of us have abandoned the quest all-together, yet we continue to believe in the reality of illusion, if only implicitly and locally. Here we challenge the concept of illusion itself, asking those who have ever called something ‘an illusion’ to question the meaning of these assertions. This broader skepticism partially annihilates itself, pushing us forward in the process.< Less

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