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Quietus By Robert M. Joost
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Is this "fictional" story about a troubled mathematics professor who suddenly resigns his tenure and lives on the streets as a vagrant, and the "dead" girl who comes into his... More > life, actually true? Does time, the past and future, exist? Is life as we think of it real?< Less
Jump (series) chapter 1 By Jacob Goldings
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They knew it was coming. Scientists tasked to game the projections had made it clear; there were no viable counter- measures, no mathematical solutions. Even the most optimistic scenarios required... More > seismic shifts in human society that in themselves would cause social and economic catastrophe. A secret meeting was convened in Vienna. There amidst the backdrop of European high society, global powers made a decision, the consequence for which would only become fully understood decades into the future. The limos left as quickly as they had arrived and the world of man went on as usual, for a time.< Less
The Adam Sequence By Arnold Schwartz
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The year is 2019. MIT student Brian Johnson discovers part of a mathematical sequence in what was thought to be junk nucleotides between the genes. The sequence is the key to a message and dates to... More > 25,000 years B.C. Ellen Sutton is Director of GenBank, the U.S. department responsible for archiving human DNA. It’s her task to find all the missing DNA sequences and decode the message, a message that will either save the planet, or plunge it into the next world war. Taisho Minamoto, the pride of Japan and the world's richest man, blames America for the death of his family and will stop at nothing to destroy the United States. He believes the DNA sequences will help him achieve his goal.< Less
The Adam Sequence By Arnold Schwartz
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The year is 2019. MIT student Brian Johnson discovers part of a mathematical sequence in what was thought to be junk nucleotides between the genes. The sequence is the key to a message and dates to... More > 25,000 years B.C. Ellen Sutton is Director of GenBank, the U.S. department responsible for archiving human DNA. It’s her task to find all the missing DNA sequences and decode the message, a message that will either save the planet, or plunge it into the next world war. Taisho Minamoto, the pride of Japan and the world's richest man, blames America for the death of his family and will stop at nothing to destroy the United States. He believes the DNA sequences will help him achieve his goal.< Less
QUANTUM THEORY OF THE LOST EGGS-I By MURAT UHRAYOGLU
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According to this study that combining almost all physics laws and theories –from Newton’s Mechanics, Einstein’s Relativity…to 11D Super String theory– in form of... More > unique unified field structure in Space-time, a Modern Age Principia can be said.. This volume contains instead of the Theory of 5D Relativity can be defined as a mathematical generalization..so also provides some importants results.Here, the fact that deep wells indicate that Black Hole or White hole singularities. Divine creator has caused assets in the form of notes that make up the basic components of the force field, and what sounds to be removed, electrons and other subatomic particles will be reduced to the equivalent. In the small-scale to a String vibration of the universe,for example, expressed in a guitar vibrations. According to this study that combining almost all physics laws and theories –from Newton’s Mechanics, Einstein’s Relativity…to 11D Super String theory– combined in form of unique unified field structure in Space-time..< 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
Physics in Daily Life-II (Electricity and Magnetism) By MURAT UHRAYOGLU
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"Before electricity generation began slightly over 100 years ago, houses were lit with kerosene lamps, food was cooled in iceboxes, and rooms were warmed by wood-burning or coal-burning stoves.... More > Beginning with Benjamin Franklin's experiment with a kite one stormy night in Philadelphia,the principles of electricity gradually became understood. In the mid-1800s everyone's life changed by the electricity and magnetic induction force. Electricity is also a form of energy. So Electricity is the flow of electrons. All matter is made up of atoms, and an atom has a center, called a nucleus. Before electricity generation began slightly over 100 years ago, houses were lit with kerosene lamps, food was cooled in iceboxes, and rooms were warmed by wood-burning or coal-burning stoves. This book telling this scientific story basicly from ancient Egypt, Greek, Indian and China civilizations to the today’s new great inventions such as Maxwell’s Electromagnetics and Einstein’s Relativity theories with modern applications.."< Less
BEYOND STAR TREK - What Science Might Tell Us Centuries From Now By Rodney Bartlett
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This book speculates on the future of humanity and the universe, seeking to combine science with medicine and ideas which have always been regarded as belonging to religion or science fiction. I... More > suppose it could be viewed as part of the world-wide literature on Intelligent Design, but it is definitely not trying to roll back the advances of science. If anything, I´ve tried to use the long-sought unification of all space and time to think about science in the extremely distant future (in a unified universe, this must be possible). Necessarily, this disregards to some extent both scientific and fundamentalist ideologies of the present, but at the same time I´ve based my thoughts on what science tells us today. Though its primary concern is science, the following book is relevant to world peace because it concludes that everyone´s life is scientifically unified with all other life beyond the range of our senses and experiences (but within the range of our understanding).< Less

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