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HBSA journal - Vol 3 No 10 By Historical Breechloading Smallarms Association
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The Fusils d’Infanterie Modèle 1866-74T, 1874 M.80 by Leonard and Guy-A-R-West, conversion of Chassepot to Gras system, conversion details, M.80, M.1866/74N, Fusil Gras M.1874,... More > accessories cartridge bayonet contractors handling & shooting / The Universal Calibre — Genesis of the 9 mm Parabellum Cartridge by Dr GL Sturgess, Britain, USA, Germany, large calibre prejudice, initial experimentation, DWM 480C / External Ballistics — A Historical Viewpoint Part II, 1914-date by David A. Thombs, WW1-1921, interwar years 1921-39, WW2-1947, modern era 1947-2007 / Some Pattern 1853 Enfield & Snider Rifle Accessories by Bill Harriman, nipple protector tompion chamber adapter foresight protector / Book Reviews / Comblain Presentation & Belgian Garde Civique ‘Prix du Gouvernement’ Shooting Award Rifles by Jonathan Kirton, illustrations / An Addendum to the Article “Daniel Fraser of D&J Fraser of Edinburgh, Scotland” by Jonathan Kirton / Ammunition Carriage & Packaging Patents of J. W. Frazier— an Addendum by Bill Harriman< Less
Einstein's Ignorance of Dark Energy By Henryk Frystacki
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This book titled “Einstein’s Ignorance of Dark Energy” examines the origins of Dark Energy and Dark Matter that Albert Einstein ignored below the event horizons of length and time.... More > Einstein missed a feasible extension of four-dimensional space-time because he did not consider a basic set-up of space-time alone as a vacuum energy construction with an overall distortion pattern that is caused by four interacting quadrants. The model of an extended space-time describes three space-time quadrants below the event horizons of length and time that complete the present picture. It confirms precisely the experimentally observable ratio between baryonic mass, dark energy, and dark matter of the Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe (WMAP) 7-year result, published in October 2010. The nature of a mass background field gets transparent, showing that baryonic masses are detached energy components in wrong space-time quadrants, banished and trying to make their way home via mass defects and black holes.< Less
Einstein's Ignorance of Dark Energy By Henryk Frystacki
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This book titled “Einstein’s Ignorance of Dark Energy” examines the origins of Dark Energy and Dark Matter that Albert Einstein ignored below the event horizons of length and time.... More > Einstein missed a feasible extension of four-dimensional space-time because he did not consider a basic set-up of space-time alone as a vacuum energy construction with an overall distortion pattern that is caused by four interacting quadrants. The model of an extended space-time describes three space-time quadrants below the event horizons of length and time that complete the present picture. It confirms precisely the experimentally observable ratio between baryonic mass, dark energy, and dark matter of the Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe (WMAP) 7-year result, published in October 2010. The nature of a mass background field gets transparent, showing that baryonic masses are detached energy components in wrong space-time quadrants, banished and trying to make their way home via mass defects and black holes.< Less
Thermal and non thermal effects of electromagnetic fields in bio-systems By André Bellossi & Gérard Dubost
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This book presents physical models, backed by experimental results, explaining the behavior of living matter in relation to electromagnetic (EM) fields ranging from quasi-stationary state to optical... More > range. The ability of very low frequency EM fields to cure diseases (e.g. respiratory infection) is addressed. The bacteria destruction by non-thermal effects of low frequency electric fields is explained with the proton nuclear resonance and the DNA half-wave resonance. The microtubule instabilities are studied. Explosion of bacteria with acoustic resonance is also modeled. Centimeter and millimeter-waves effects are discussed. Clues about interaction with the human brain are given. Effects of a 60 GHz field on cellular physiology are presented as well as on mice nerve system. A cell membrane is modeled in near IR to UV ranges. The capacity of cells to move towards an IR source is explained. Finally, explanation of cancer mechanisms of the human skin is proposed with ultra-weak photon energy.< Less
Lex Parsimoniae By Miguel De Zayas
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It's more than just another book... It's a revelation, it is the final answer to one of the most intriguing and mysterious number that has exert complete "control" over the most sensitive... More > aspects of theoretical physics. Among its many 'aliases' we have known it as the "Fine Structure Constant", the "Coupling Constant", the number that hides the secrets behind the "Speed of Light", the atomic orbitals and electromagnetic interactions. This is what Dr. Richard P. Feynman had to say about it: "...Nobody knows. It's one of the greatest damn mysteries of physics: a magic number that comes to us with no understanding by man. You might say "the hand of God" wrote that number, and we don't know how He pushed his pencil. "We know what kind of dance to do experimentally to measure this number very accurately, but we don't know what kind of dance to do on the computer to make this number come out, without putting in secretly." The Author of "Lex Parsimoniae" finally found the "melody" to make it "dance".< Less
Lex Parsimoniae By Miguel De Zayas
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It's more than just another book... It's a revelation, it is the final answer to one of the most intriguing and mysterious number that has exert complete "control" over the most sensitive... More > aspects of theoretical physics. Among its many 'aliases' we have known it as the "Fine Structure Constant", the "Coupling Constant", the number that hides the secrets behind the "Speed of Light", the atomic orbitals and electromagnetic interactions. This is what Dr. Richard P. Feynman had to say about it: "...Nobody knows. It's one of the greatest damn mysteries of physics: a magic number that comes to us with no understanding by man. You might say "the hand of God" wrote that number, and we don't know how He pushed his pencil. "We know what kind of dance to do experimentally to measure this number very accurately, but we don't know what kind of dance to do on the computer to make this number come out, without putting in secretly." The Author of "Lex Parsimoniae" finally found the "melody" to make it "dance".< Less
Raining Cats and Dogs By L. M. Warren
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Raining Cats and Dogs is exactly what you fear: an anthropomorphic comedy-drama starring dogs, with issues of dog morality, dog existentialism, and lots of dog-on-dog hate. Imagine if Fyodor... More > Dostoyevsky went mad and wrote a book with an all dog-cast, or if George Orwell just gave up trying to send a message and decided to troll humanity with a dog murder mystery. That’s exactly what Raining Cats and Dogs is, and it’s Warren’s own distinctive brand of tragic parody, with sex, death, lost love and intellectual garble the likes of which would make Lassie whine or Old Yeller want to be put down. This experimental novel was written in the spirit of Animal Farm and The Brothers Karamazov, with a bit of South Park-style bite for the new age. Whereas most people imagine dogs living in a perfect little society of mutual respect, G-rated bickering, and lots of tongue-wagging, we all know the truth: they are sick, perverted and violent, every bit evil as man himself.< Less
One Million Years is Three Seconds By J. Shimon & J. Lindemann
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One Million Years is Three Seconds is an experimental documentary about time, place, creation, beauty, order, and the lifelong accumulation of knowledge. The project makes intuitive associations... More > between the domains of four Wisconsin men who avoided the homogeneity of 20th century American consumer culture. Our still photographs are interspersed with pages from mid-century social studies books to examine 20th century technological developments, and the cultural and economic standards whose traces linger into the present. The chaos, complexity and transcendent nature of the four men’s lives appear at odds with the values widely accepted by the general population. Evidence of millions of small, quietly made choices can be observed in their surroundings and visible in our photographs. A composite portrait emerges from the words and images we collected during our ongoing visits over the past decade. Contains more than black-and-white and color photographs and 25 reproductions of vintage schoolbook graphics.< Less
SIX MONTHS OF SHIT By martin and shawn weilan and khemsurov
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a collection of the six month long project that was a purely masturbatory, monthly, joint effort between me and shawn, that we used to make ourselves think/ work/ design outside of our comfort zone... More > and outside of the way we do on a daily basis in a professional setting. we put each monthly installment together in one night (the cover title). there are no revisions. the first attempt is what gets sent to print. that is the main unifying concept of the series. the content is made up of images that are collected and created through the month, up until the night we lay the book out. the series deals with many ideas, including, but not limited too: making “poor design choices” , the enlargement of color, humor and inside jokes, ideas of copyright and ownership, creating new realities, digital vs. manual, experimentation with objectionable images/symbols, the internet, the corporate work environment, predicting the future, modern forms of communication, and the ideas of sale-ablity and un-sale-ability.< Less
Pen & Ink By David Lewis Paget
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This book contains forty years of poetry, from the very earliest beginnings, to the more accomplished work of later years. There was a lot of experimentation in those early years, feeling my way, so... More > to speak. The one constant is rhyme and metre. Even in the very few poems that may look as if they're free form, the metre is there, as is the rhyme. It is the very basis of what I believe poetry to be. At 450 pages, there is an entire life's work laid out here, and in chronological order, so that the reader may himself appreciate the gradual acquisition of skills and confidence. This volume will take you up to, and just short of the Narrative phase I entered from 2006, all of which work is represented in the titles: 'Timepieces', 'At Journey's End', 'The Demon Horse on the Carousel', and recently, 'Poems of Myth & Scare'. Forty years of love, pain, heartache and growth are represented here in 327 richly varied poems. Dip into it and enjoy the journey. David Lewis Paget.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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