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Manual of Cryokinesis: Applications, Experimentation, and Measurement By Dr. Theresa M. Kelly
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In this paper, Dr. Kelly addresses Cryokinesis: the psychical influence involving the deceleration of charged particles to low speeds. In addition, she addresses popular misconceptions in regards to... More > mechanical and dynamical limitations, and psychosomatic symptoms. She addresses limitations of influence including heat transfer vs. particle deceleration, heat conduction vs. radiation, condensation vs. frost, cooling vs. freezing, higher vs. lower temperatures, and states of matter. In addition, She addresses practical career applications in regards to cryokinetic phenomena [e.g. therapeutic, rescue, scientific, and philosophical], and discusses experimental applications including indoor thermal influence, condensation, frost vs. cooling, freezing liquids, and freezing solids with suggestions on measurement techniques and devices. Included: 6 types measurement sheets for scientific experimentation. Dr. Kelly is the Professor of Psychical Studies at the University of Alternative Studies.< 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
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
A Compendium of Light By Charles Henry Kropf
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A Compendium is the gathering together of things into a complete unit of expression. This is a Compendium of Light, meaning, a gathering together of Light Particles into a unit of expression. The... More > unitary expression gives information in a condensed way and expands it until it fills one with Light.< Less
A Compendium of Light By Charles Henry Kropf
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A Compendium is the gathering together of things into a complete unit of expression. This is a Compendium of Light, meaning, a gathering together of Light Particles into a unit of expression. The... More > unitary expression gives information in a condensed way and expands it until it fills one with Light.< Less
Physics in Daily Life & Simple College Physics-I (Classical Mechanics) By MURAT UHRAYOGLU
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"Physics is all around us. It is in the electric light you turn on in the morning; the car you drive to work; your wristwatch, cell phone, CD player, radio, and that big plasma TV set you got... More > for Christmas. It makes the stars shine every night and the sun shine every day, and it makes a baseball soar into the stands for a home run. Physics is the science of matter, energy, space, and time. It explains ordinary matter as combinations of a dozen fundamental particles (quarks and leptons), interacting through four fundamental forces. It describes the many forms of energy—such as kinetic energy, electrical energy, and mass—energy v.s. There are many fields of physics, for example: mechanics, electricity, heat, sound, light, condensed matter, atomic physics, nuclear physics, and elementary particle physics. So also Mechanics is an important field of physics. This excellent study teaches simple physics principles to the college-level students and other people interest in daily-life physics.."< Less
PHYSICS IN DAILY LIFE-I (Classical Mechanics) By MURAT UHRAYOGLU
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"Physics is all around us. It is in the electric light you turn on in the morning; the car you drive to work; your wristwatch, cell phone, CD player, radio, and that big plasma TV set you got... More > for Christmas. It makes the stars shine every night and the sun shine every day, and it makes a baseball soar into the stands for a home run. Physics is the science of matter, energy, space, and time. It explains ordinary matter as combinations of a dozen fundamental particles (quarks and leptons), interacting through four fundamental forces. It describes the many forms of energy—such as kinetic energy, electrical energy, and mass—energy v.s. There are many fields of physics, for example: mechanics, electricity, heat, sound, light, condensed matter, atomic physics, nuclear physics, and elementary particle physics. So also Mechanics is an important field of physics. This excellent study teaches simple physics principles to the college-level students and other people interest in daily-life physics.."< Less
PHYSICS IN DAILY LIFE-I (Classical Mechanics) By MURAT UHRAYOGLU
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"Physics is all around us. It is in the electric light you turn on in the morning; the car you drive to work; your wristwatch, cell phone, CD player.. It makes the stars shine every night and... More > the sun shine every day, and it makes a baseball soar into the stands for a home run. Physics is the science of matter, energy, space, and time. There are many fields of physics, for example: mechanics, electricity, heat, sound, light, condensed matter, atomic physics, nuclear physics, and elementary particle physics. Physics is the foundation of all the physical sciences—such as chemistry, material science, and geologybiology, medicine, computing, … So also Mechanics is an important field of physics. Developed by Sir Isaac Newton in the 17th century, the laws of mechanics and the law of gravity successfully explained the orbits of the moon around the earth and the planets around the sun. This study teaches simple physics principles to the college-level students and other people interest in daily-life physics.."< Less