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A Cultural Paradox: Fun in Mathematics

By: Jeffrey A. Zilahy

Do you think "math = awesome" is a true statement? After reading this book, you might change your answer to a yes. With "jargon avoidance" in mind, this recreational math book gives you the lowdown on why math is fun, interesting and relevant in today's society. Intended for anyone who is curious about math and where it is circa 2010. This book is less concerned with exploring the mathematical details than it is with exploring the overall impact of various discoveries an...

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The Replicating Rapid-Prototyper

By: Adrian Bowyer

moving hardware through the wires

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Interval Neutrosophic Sets and Logic : Theory and Applications in ...

By: Florentin Smarandache

This book presents the advancements and applications of neutrosophics. Chapter 1 rst introduces the interval neutrosophic sets which is an instance of neutrosophic sets. In this chapter, the denition of interval neutrosophic sets and set-theoretic operators are given and various properties of interval neutrosophic set are proved. Chapter 2 denes the interval neutrosophic logic based on interval neutrosophic sets including the syntax and semantics of rst order interval ne...

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Findings Magazine: September 2011

By: National Institute of General Medical Sciences

This magazine from the National Institutes of Health’s National Institute of General Medical Sciences showcases diverse scientists who do cutting-edge research and lead interesting lives. Each issue also contains brief research highlights, a puzzle or other activity and links to online extras. It is available in PDF format (see http://publications.nigms.nih.gov/findings/issues.asp for links to PDFs of all issues).

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Links and Factoids

By: Sam Vaknin

Anthology of fascinating historical and scientific facts and links to relevant Web sources.

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ΜΙΚΡΟΚΕΙΜΕΝΑ

By: Γιώργος Μίχος
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Scientia Magna : An International Journal : Volume 3, No. 4, 2007

By: Shaanxi Xi'an, Editor

Scientia Magna is published annually in 200-300 pages per volume and 1,000 copies on topics such as mathematics, physics, philosophy, psychology, sociology, and linguistics.

A structure theorem of right C-rpp semigroups1 Abstract A new method of construction for right C-rpp semigroups is given by using a right cross product of a right regular band and a strong semilattice of left cancellative monoids. Keywords Right C-rpp semigroups, right cross products, right regular bands, left cancellative monoids. x1. Introduction Recall that a semigroup S is called an rpp semigroup if all its principal right ideals aS1, regarded as right S1-sy...

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Shahab Naama

By: Qudrat Ullah Shahab

Masterpiece by Qudrat Ullah Shahab. somewhere you feel its about you. Its Bold & true. Qudrat Ullah Shahab was born in Gilgit, Pakistan in 1917. He was an eminent Urdu writer and civil servant from Pakistan. He is best known for his autobiography Shahabnama. His Writings are Ya Khuda, Nafsanay, Maa Jee, Surkh Fita.Summary:Shahab Nama (Urdu: شہاب نامہ) is the autobiography of Qudrat Ullah Shahab. It was finished in 1986 and published in the same year after his death. The ...

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Pitfall of Space Expansion

By: Cres Huang

Space is everywhere with us. It's in our hands. However, it's impossible to bent, stretch, compress, or doing anything with it. Expansion of the space would intertwine with many paradoxes that is beyond comprehension. We have learned to manipulating matter and energy since our first existence on Earth, however, never space.

If you are riding on a craft, it will not carry you away if you there is no friction between you and the craft. Space is completely frictionless. It has no surface, and can only be regarded as absolute zero viscosity. Expansion of the space, if possible, will not drag anything along. It would just flow through and zip away by itself.

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Science History of the Universe

By: Francis Rolt Wheeler

In the present volume there have been covered in a comprehensive and popular manner the various departments of Astronomy. Owing to its treatment in a definitely historical and descriptive manner, however, it may be possible to supplement the general review by a few brief statements of some of the results and problems that confront us in the actual work of the observational astronomy of to-day.

The astronomical beliefs of prehistoric man were doubt similar to those entertained by the Eskimo of the Arctic regions and the untutored tribes of Argentine' Republic, South Africa and Australia, tribes who, living only for the day, concern themselves but little with to- morrow and yesterday and care nothing about the universe...

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Parus major

By: Gerard Stout

Photo gallery of decomposition of a Parus major, Great tit during two months in a bottle in the garden.

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The Last Generation : The End of Survival?

By: Angus Anderson Martin, Dr.

This book was published as a low-cost paperback in 1975; it had a short shelf-life and quickly went out (and stayed out) of print. However I have continued to receive inquiries about it; that, as well as the fact that the workings of evolution are still widely misunderstood, are the factors which led me to produce this Gutenberg edition. In these times when every second popular science book is about the "environmental crisis", why resurrect such an ancient document? Simp...

If you live on a small island and keep goats, how should you make your decision about the number of goats to keep? If goats die only of old age or when you slaughter one to eat you'll need to be pretty careful, or you'll end up with a plague of goats which will strip the island bare. So don't let the goats breed too freely. But what if the island is also inhabited by a pack of wolves which eat goats as fast as you can breed them? In this case you must obviously do your d...

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The Making of Planet and Gravity

By: Cres Huang

Gravity is not force of attraction. An one way concentrative potential is created by head-on congregation of particles from gentle pairing to high speed collision. It can be started by electromagnetic attraction or disturbance in the environment internally or externally. A terrestrial planet, for example, is the coalition of elements. It grows in the process of construction. The coalition builds the body and the force of keeping it together, gravity.

Gravity is not attraction. It is push, squeeze, or compression. The gathering of mases build a body and it's force of coalition, gravity. It might feel weak on an object. However, gravity center is the most intensive mass and energy center of a planet. The coalition of mass and energy forms an activity center of building structures and emerging of a plant.

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Sui Generis

By: Sharon E. Cathcart

Author Sharon E. Cathcart ("In The Eye of The Beholder," "Les Pensees Dangereuses") presents a sampler of essays and short fiction. The collection features "Heart of Stone," a short story never previously published.

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Halophytotaxonomy : List of Romanian Salt Tolerant Plants

By: Marius Nicusor Grigore, Ph.D.

A short introduction in the field of saline environments and salt tolerant plants or plants susceptible to be salt tolerant, growing in Romania. Some species are accompanied by short ecological descriptions.

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The Science Today

By: Boris Balkh
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Neutrosophic Interpretation of The Analects of Confucius

By: Florentin Smarandache; Fu Yuhua

“The Analects of Confucius” are considered a record of the words and acts of Confucius and his disciples, as well as the discussions they held. Written during the Spring and Autumn Period through the Warring States Period(475 BC - 221 BC) the Analects is the representative work of Confucianism and continues to have a tremendous influence on Chinese and East Asian thoughts and values today. In neutrosophy, between two ends there are many, sometimes a continuous range of n...

Negative Part 3 You want to know a person truly, not only to understand this person’s words, but also understand this person’s actions and ideas. Commentary on Negative Part 3 Confucius did not mention to understand people’s ideas. While the words and actions are controlled by the ideas. Neutrosophic Part 3 The person’s time and energy were limited. For knowing a man truly, besides one person’s ability, other person’s help is needed in many cases, sometimes even the...

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Quasi Set Topological Vector Subspaces

By: Florentin Smarandache; W. B. Vasantha Kandasamy

Chapter one is introductory in nature and chapter two uses vector spaces to build quasi set topological vector subspaces. Not only we use vector spaces but we also use S-vector spaces, set vector spaces, semigroup vector spaces and group vector spaces to build set topological vector subspaces. These also give several finite set topological spaces. Such study is carried out in chapters three and four.

To every quasi set topological vector subspace T relative to the set P  F, we have a lattice associated with it we call this lattice as the Representative Quasi Set Topological Vector subspace lattice (RQTV-lattice) of T relative to P. When T is finite we have a nice representation of them. In case T is infinite we have a lattice which is of infinite order. We can in all cases give the atoms of the lattice which is in fact the basic set of T over P. It is pertinent ...

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The Chemistry of Health

By: National Institute of General Medical Sciences

This booklet from the National Institutes of Health’s National Institute of General Medical Sciences describes basic chemistry and biochemistry research that spurs a better understanding of human health. It is available in e-pub (http://publications.nigms.nih.gov/epubs/ChemistryofHealth.epub) and PDF (http://publications.nigms.nih.gov/chemhealth/coh.pdf) formats.

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