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Speculations and Physics

By: Sam Vaknin, Ph. D.

...der to preserve a minimum of supersymmetry in our 4-d universe, we use Calabi-Yau (CY) manifolds (on which the extra dimensions are compactified) f... ...folds (on which the extra dimensions are compactified) for low energies. A certain CY manifold even yields the transition from the big bang (10 or ... ...ld is whimsically cruel but because your parents mistreated you when you were very young, or because a person important to you died, or was taken ...

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Progress in Physics : The Journal on Advanced Studies in Theoretical and Experimental Physics, Including Related Themes from Mathematics, Volume 2

By: Florentin Smarandache

... PHYSICS Volume 2 Acknowledgements I began this research in 1984 when I, a young scientist in those years, started my scientifc studies under the dire... ... )= 1 m 0 c 2 Φ α η α . In a gravitational wave detector like Weber’s, the cy- lindrical pig is isolated as much as possible from external infuences o...

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Principa Mathematica

By: Isaac Newton

...0 exeuntes radii iixquales Q M;,’ 0 N filis &Q19 N”P fuftincant pondera A cY “P, Sr yuwantur vires yonderurn ad movendam rotam . - Per ccntrum 0 ag... ...t angulus YC&4 s*““’ ““.‘l.,: ‘l.) ‘... angulo T Cp) & linea C z/ line% Cy, i “....., ‘..* ‘., atque figura 24 Cp figurae VC F aqua- \ “.‘;.,, ... ...is altitudine rjl fit:. Da MOTU I cCWORVM fit ad kipfam in altitudine Cy ut & ad --- CV cub.’ eadem dif- ferentia ia omni altitudine J RCT&R... ...circulo Occurrat~ erh ft,hm P T rum cycloidi ZR S in 20 S in Y, agaturque CY; & ad fi& partem reAam ripT, e pun- fh extremis Y ac ‘7; erigantur perp... ...revolventium corporum tempora poffunt inter fe conferri. Nam ii rot=, qua cy- clois intra gIobum defcribitur, diameter confiituatur zqualis ferni-, ... ...cb liing, atId Mcmlw of the Acadcn~y of Arts and Sciences ; neccfi:lry for young ~.~‘Jeople who woul~l apply to that noble Art, Kngravcn in 1131 Copp...

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Prince Otto a Romance 1905 Edition

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

...he green garden in which it stood, and that yet was a sea-traveller in its younger days, and had come round the Horn piecemeal in the belly of a ship,... ...ed the interminable order of the pine-tree pyramids, regular and dark like cy- presses, their light was of small service to a traveller in such lonely... ...’ ‘I suppose you see nothing of the Prince?’ inquired Otto. ‘No,’ said the young man, speaking for the first time, ‘nor want to.’ ‘Why so? is he so mu... ... innocent amusement, the subjects would be the better off.’ ‘Ay,’ said the young man Fritz, ‘you are in the right of it there. That was a true word sp... ...nterrupted Otto, who had no great anxiety to hear the song, ‘the Prince is young; he may yet mend.’ ‘Not so young, by your leave,’ cried Fritz. ‘A man... ...lusion, ‘a man of middle age! And they said he was so handsome when he was young!’ ‘And bald, too,’ added Fritz. Otto passed his hand among his locks....

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The Muse of the Department

By: Honoré de Balzac

...ith this inscription on the wrap- per, Vanitas vanitatum et omnia vanitas. Young La Baudraye did not die, but he owed his life to habits of monastic s... ...ey of the Loire may be seen extending for forty leagues. From 1802 to 1815 young La Baudraye added several plots to his vineyards, and devoted himself... ...eigneur the Arch- bishop of Bourges, had converted to the Catholic faith a young person, the daughter of one of the citizen families, who were the fir... ... little man was very much startled, as I am told, at hearing that handsome young Milaud, the Attorney-General’s deputy at Nevers, say to Monsieur de C... ...able as their narrow circumstances allowed. In order not to be ruined by a young lady so very superior as Dinah seemed to be, Monsieur de la Baudraye ... ...d of the tincture of the shield, and surmounted by a ducal coronet. Motto, Cy paroist! A proud and sonorous device. “I want to put my own coat of arms...

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A Little Tour in France

By: Henry James

...ortifications, known to the Tourangeaux of today as the Tour de Guise. The young Prince of Joinville, son of that Duke of Guise who was murdered by th... ...easure, perhaps, is the charming little tomb of the two children (who died young) of Charles VIII. and Anne of Brittany, in white marble, embossed wit... ...down on this melancholy spot, on the other side of which is a seminary for young priests, one of whom issues from a door in a quiet corner, and, holdi... ...nd him, shows a glimpse of a sunny garden, where you may fancy other black young figures strolling up and down. Mademoiselle Gamard’s house, where she... ... of Henry IV.,— who was no more fortunate as a father than as a hus- band,—younger brother of Louis XIII., and father of the great Mademoiselle, the m... ...taph as this, which I quote from the “Biographie Universelle”:— “Celui qui cy maintenant dort, Fit plus de pitie que d’envie, Et souffrit mille fois l...

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A Modern Utopia

By: H. G. Wells

...d friends, the corn and the vine and the hearth; the untamed spirit of the young has turned for ever to wandering and the sea. The soul of man has nev... ...arted a little in- coherently and in tears, and it had not occurred to the young 39 H G Wells man to imagine she was not going off to conventional li... ...l,” he says. “But how could I go back to my laboratory, mixed classes with young ladies, you know, after a thing like that? How could we live and wher... ...of them to unmistak- able adults, and they will make the temptation of the young a grave offence. In so migratory a population as the Modern Utopian, ... ...ch these children were coming. I noted the health and cleanliness of these young heirs of Utopia as they passed below. The pervading quality of the wh... ...f the club quadrangles. Two or three main roads with their tramways, their cy- clists’ paths, and swift traffic paths, will converge on the ur- ban ce...

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Salammbo

By: Gustave Flaubert

...ach of their six golden faces, belonged to a corps composed exclusively of young patricians of the tallest stature. They were a privilege, almost a sa... ... but listened continu- ally to the maiden’s song. None gazed at her like a young Numidian chief, who was placed at the captains’ tables among soldiers... ...w pale. The horses of Eschmoun, on the very summit of the Acropolis in the cy- press wood, feeling that the light was coming, placed their hoofs on th... ...he Barbarians were sleep- ing. Spendius, as he looked at him, recalled the young men who once used to entreat him with golden cases in their hands, wh... ...ng them he repeated: “Y es, all killed, all! crushed like grapes! The fine young men! the slingers! my companions and yours!” They gave him wine to dr... ...me merchants from Darytian Gaetulia had brought her to Carthage when quite young, and after her enfranchisement she would not forsake her old masters,...

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