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Fundamental Nature of Matter and Associated Mysteries By George Nixon
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This book contains the only conceptual explanation of gravity as a creative force available in the literature since Sir Isaac Newton stated that he makes no conjecture regarding the nature of... More > gravity. With regards to gravity and other perplexing anomalies, this work provides a fundamental dynamic conceptual description of how gravity is generated and provides the mechanism as to why light is curved by the presence of bodies containing mass. Matters property of inertia is conceptually explained along with the reason why in a vacuum, all bodies of matter fall at the same rate. A conceptual explanation of the creation of an electron and all its attributes such as phase of charge and electric field are provided including explanations of our laws of motion, conservation of energy and momentum etcetera. See book preview.< Less
Geometry Activities Using Cabri Jr. for the TI Calculator By ETC Press
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Help your students develop geometric reasoning and thinking using an inquiry based approach. Using today's technology students can explore geometric ideas. The book covers all the topics in a... More > traditional geometry class. Students use the TI-83/TI-84 with the application Cabri Jr. to investigate concepts (Cabri Jr. Application is standard on the TI calculators). 40 reproducible lessons are designed to encourage exploration and group work, as they formulate their own ideas and come up with their own conjectures. Download free working files from our website at http://www.edutc.com/updates.htm. Includes Answer Checking Guide.< Less
Stuff that is Boshit: The Gravity Story By Charlie Currie
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Gravity meets humour. Humour meets gravity. Hard to predict the outcome...that is if gravity existed. The joke's on you. Despite that which you've been told. Despite that which you've assumed to... More > be true. Despite all the prevailing theories, conjecture and reasonable assumptions...well,it doesn't exist. Gravity that is. Turns out it is just Boshit. What is Boshit you ask? Well, Boshit is anything and everything that is thought to be true that isn't. Who better to lay it out clearly and concisely than the Knight of the round table, Rene Zellweger's stunt double from the waist down, the voice of Stephen Hawking when something stupid comes out, the humorist and weight-guesser, Charlie Currie. Well, the answer is most anyone, but that isn't enough to stop him from doing it this time.< Less
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Fermat's Last Theorem: an alternative perspective using classical geometry By Mercedes Orús Lacort
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The relevance of this theorem in the history of mathematics is truly remarkable. A comment was first written by Pierre de Fermat in the margin of the original version of his copy of the Arithmetica... More > of Diophantus. He literally said that the margin was too narrow to show his proof. Still, Fermat's original proof, if existing, has remained a mystery over the years. Using advanced mathematics, a truly remarkable proof of the theorem could be put forward only recently by A. Wiles. Still, the conjecture behind FLT was inspired while studying a new edition of the Arithmetica, precisely when Fermat was reading about how to write a square number as a sum of two squares, that is, how to find Pythagorean triples that are solutions of the quadratic Diophantine equations. For this reason, it looks plausible at least in principle that the theorem can also be studied from a different perspective, closer to what Fermat had probably in mind originally, either correct or wrong.< Less
On Benefits By Lucius Annaeus Seneca
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SENECA On Benefits The more famous son of a famous rhetorician, the Roman philosopher L. Annæus Seneca was born at Corduba (Cordova), in Spain, about the beginning of the Christian era. While... More > the date of his birth is a matter for conjecture, the circumstances of his death are notorious. He was a victim of Nero's jealousy and ingratitude in 65 a.d., when the emperor seized upon a plot against himself as the pretext for sentencing Seneca to enforced suicide. In the vivid pages of the historian Tacitus, there are few more pathetic descriptions than that recounting the slow ebbing of the old philosopher's life after his veins had been opened. Seneca had known many vicissitudes of fortune. He was banished from Rome in 41 a.d., but, after his recall, rose to great power and affluence as tutor and adviser to Nero. His works, many of which are lost, include tragedies, letters, and treatises on philosophy.< Less
Familiar Convergence By Kadoya Gallery
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The artists are committed to visualizing the odd, yet entirely familiar, relationships and juxtapositions of converging elements; noting conversations that occur when people, places, the natural, and... More > artificial meet in time. Benvenuto's constructed images are surreal depictions of our world of appearances, seen through a veil of perceptive conjecture and contrivance. By placing environments, objects, and people in an orchestrated context, Benvenuto evokes a personal and reflective narrative. Malella's photographs examine the harmony or dissonance of Our relationship to the land. He is interested in the marks we make, physically and psychologically, onto our planet and how those alterations shift geological, ecological, and sociological patterns during our tenure. He finds solace in nature's ability to adapt and reclaim its boundaries, but warns of the time it may take to do so.< Less
The end of the line. By Andrew Hawk
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Have you ever wondered about the dangers of mobile phones and the ever-increasing number of phone masts we’ve become accustomed to? Whilst large corporations claim they’re safe, and... More > that fears about their radiation are mere conjecture, most people have strong reservations about these ominous grey masts being near them or their homes. Radiation does not just affect the living. Everything in both this world and beyond are affected. The vibrations that determine all forms of life, matter, love and emotions are all affected. Is your life still as good as it once was? Is this radiation really safe, or like global warming and the hole in the ozone layer, will the dangers be realized too late?< Less
The end of the line. By Andrew Hawk
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Have you ever wondered about the dangers of mobile phones and the ever-increasing number of phone masts we’ve become accustomed to? Whilst large corporations claim they’re safe, and... More > that fears about their radiation are mere conjecture, most people have strong reservations about these ominous grey masts being near them or their homes. Radiation does not just affect the living. Everything in both this world and beyond are affected. The vibrations that determine all forms of life, matter, love and emotions are all affected. Is your life still as good as it once was? Is this radiation really safe, or like global warming and the hole in the ozone layer, will the dangers be realized too late?< Less
Gil Blas By RENÉ LE SAGE
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RENÉ LE SAGE Gil Blas Except that he was born at Sarzeau, in Brittany, on May 8, 1668, and that he was the son of the novelist Claude le Sage, little is known of the youth of Alain René... More > le Sage. Until he was eighteen he was educated with the Jesuits at Vannes, when, it is conjectured he went to Paris to continue his studies for the Bar. An early marriage drove him to seek a livelihood by means of literature, and shortly afterwards he found a valuable and sympathetic friend and patron in the Abbé de Lyonne, who not only bestowed upon him a pension of about £125, but also gave him the use of his library. The first results of this favour were adaptations of two plays from Rojas and Lope de Vega, which appeared some time during the first two or three years of the eighteenth century. Le Sage's reputation as a playwright and as a novelist rests, oddly enough, in each case on one work.< Less

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