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FAR FROM EQUILIBRIUM By Phillip Engle
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FAR FROM EQUILIBRIUM is an introduction to physical science for the 21st century. It emphasizes the nonlinear paradigm and also includes discussions of important epistemological and teleological... More > issues related to science. FAR FROM EQUILIBRIUM ends with a presentation of biological evolution from the nonlinear perspective, introducing the reader to Robert F. DeHaan's pathbreaking nonlinear theory of macrodevelopment as the replacement for the outdated linear theory of neo-Darwinism. This book is intended for the general reader and presumes only a knowledge of high school mathematics.< Less
The Devil's Star Wars By George Reed
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Is it possible that the Devil is the real author of the Bible? This was an idea that occurred to the author as he began to assemble the story of the age old battle between our scientific view and our... More > religious view of the universe. The Devil's Star Wars is an audacious, somewhat irreverent and often humorous attempt to tell the story of the universe to the present day.< Less
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
What's Inside the Black Box? By Doug Domke
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Technology is all around us today, and for most of us, the inner workings are incomprehensible. What you might not know is that most of the inner workings are incomprehensible to even the people who... More > designed them. That's because modern technology is the result of collective intelligence, where one person may make a significant contribution, but doesn't know and doesn't need to know how the complete system works. We get great technology by compartmentalizing complex technological challenges. One guy figures out how a certain input generates a specific output. Once that's done, everyone can use it. The inner workings can remain unknown to everyone else. It’s what’s known as a "black box”. In this book we will examine a number of items you use every day, like your microwave oven, digital camera or automatic transmission. We’ll take them apart and see how they work. Then you will know “What’s Inside the Black Box”!< Less
Integrated Healthcare Information Systems - How to Re-Engineer Installed Systems By Larry Smith
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How to re-engineer installed healthcare information systems to take advantage of the latest advantages and systems including the electronic medical record EMR
What's Inside the Black Box? By Doug Domke
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Technology is all around us today, and for most of us, the inner workings are incomprehensible. What you might not know is that most of the inner workings are incomprehensible to even the people... More > who designed them. That's because modern technology is the result of collective intelligence, where one person may make a significant contribution, but doesn't know and doesn't need to know how the complete system works. We get great technology by compartmentalizing complex technological challenges. One guy figures out how a certain input generates a specific output. Once that's done, everyone can use it. The inner workings can remain unknown to everyone else. It’s what’s known as a "black box”. In this book we will examine a number of items you use every day, like your microwave oven, digital camera or automatic transmission. We’ll take them apart and see how they work. Then you will know “What’s Inside the Black Box”!< Less
Genetics and Me: Volume XV By Rev Dr James Showers Jr
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This Volume in the series, is a compilation of research from the NCBI and the Genetic Testing Registry. 23 and me. The National Library of Medicine. National Human Genome Research Project and ENCODE.
Life, the Universe and Everything: Investigating the God Debate in a Quantum Universe By Andy Fletcher
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The science behind the debate raging in modern physics over the disconcerting and uncomfortable realization that just maybe there is, as astronomer Fred Hoyle put it, some sort of... More > "superintellect that has monkeyed with the physics". Written with the non-scientist in mind, this exploration of Big Bang, Schroedinger's Cat, the Chaos of 9/11, the Complexity of the mimic octopus and the blister beetle, and the strong Anthropic Principle is accessible to anyone bright enough to be interested. Ultimately, tucked in here somewhere is a middle ground between evolution and creation that will leave nobody happy, but everyone intrigued.< Less
CRE - THE FEAR OF DEATH - CAN BE RESOLVED By Dr. Bob Boland
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Gentle help for living and dying, with meditation and daily health exercise, to give peace of mind, body and spirit. Reframing negatives into positives. Expectation that (like Mother Teresa) the best... More > is yet to come ...< Less
Life, the Universe and Everything By Andy Fletcher
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The science behind the debate raging in modern physics over the disconcerting and uncomfortable realization that just maybe there is, as astronomer Fred Hoyle put it, some sort of... More > "superintellect that has monkeyed with the physics". Written with the non-scientist in mind, this exploration of Big Bang, Schroedinger's Cat, the Chaos of 9/11, the Complexity of the mimic octopus and the blister beetle, and the strong Anthropic Principle is accessible to anyone bright enough to be interested. Ultimately, tucked in here somewhere is a middle ground between evolution and creation that will leave nobody happy, but everyone intrigued.< Less