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Science (94 Books)


Works of Science are a systematic enterprise that builds and organizes knowledge in the form of testable explanations and predictions about the universe.

 
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Kahea Loko

By: The Pacific American Foundation

Kahea Loko is "the call of the pond. " From the ocean currents surging through the stone-walled channels to the excited cries of haumana (students) discovering fishpond life, the loko ia (fishpond) calls to us in many ways. From the broad perspective of the ahupuaa (major land division), the loko ia helps us to appreciate the connection between land and sea and to experience the rhythm of tides and seasons. From an intimate perspective, the pond leads us to discover h...

"Let that which is unknown become known. " John Papa Ii (1959) Let us not allow the broken walls of the loko ia (fishponds) to separate us from that which was known and practiced in the past. The foundations of the walls are still evident, as are the wisdom and knowledge of our kupuna. The reflections of the sun, moon, and stars upon our waters are as old as time. Let these be beacons of light to guide our haumana (students) to these ponds of knowledge. Let us help ...

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No Ke Kalaiaina (Political Economy)

By: Rev. Wm Richards

Ua haawi mai ke Akua i mea e waiwai ai na kanaka a pau. Ua haawi mai oia i ka aina kahi e ulu ai ka ai. Ua haawi mai oia i ka laau, i mea e paa ai na hale, i mea hoi e pono ai na hana he nui loa. Ua haawi mai no hoi oia i na mea ulu a pau, i mea e hooko ai i ka makemake o na kanaka. Ua haawi mai oia no kakou, i mau lima, a meka ikaika e lawelawe ai, a hooponopono i ka aina, a me na mea a pau e waiwai ai. Aka, i ka nohonaaupo ana o na kanaka, ua hune loa lakou. Aole lilo ...

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Time and Space Reversal Problems in Armenian Theory of Relativity

By: Robert Nazaryan; Haik Nazaryan

In this current article we are analyzing in detail, T-symmetry (time reversal transformation) and P-symmetry (spatial inverse transformations) phenomenons in Armenian Theory of Relativity in one dimensional physical space. For that purpose we are referring and using our previous articles results, especially in the case of research mirror reflection phenomena (spatial inversion) where we are mostly referring to our main research article, published in Armenia on June 2013...

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Armenian Theory of Special Relativity Illustrated

By: Robert Nazaryan; Haik Nazaryan

The aim of this current article is to illustrate in detail Armenian relativistic formulas and compare them with Lorentz relativistic formulas so that readers can easily differentiate these two theories and visualize how general and rich our Armenian Theory of Special Relativity really is with a spectacular build in asymmetry. Then we are going behind this comparison and illustrating that build in asymmetry inside Armenian Theory of Special Relativity is reincarnating th...

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Հայկական Հարաբերականության Հատուկ Տեսություն - Միաչափ Գոյերի Հարաբ...

By: Robert Nazaryan; Haik Nazaryan

By using the principle of relativity (first postulate), together with new defined nature of the universal speed (our second postulate) and homogeneity of time-space (our third postulate), we derive the most general transformation equation of relativity in one dimensional space. According to our new second postulate, the universal (not limited) speed c in Armenian Special Theory of Relativity is not the actual speed of light but it is the speed of time which is the sam...

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Armenian Theory of Special Relativity

By: Robert Nazaryan; Haik Nazaryan

By using the principle of relativity (first postulate), together with new defined nature of the universal speed (our second postulate) and homogeneity of time-space (our third postulate), we derive the most general transformation equation of relativity in one dimensional space. According to our new second postulate, the universal (not limited) speed c in Armenian Special Theory of Relativity is not the actual speed of light but it is the speed of time which is the sam...

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Death to Einstein! : Exposing the Fatal Flaws of Einstein's Celebr...

By: Scott Reeves

Einstein's theory of relativity, both the special and the general, is fundamentally flawed. Those fatal flaws are exposed one by one in this short but devastating book, as well as in numerous companion videos which the author has posted on YouTube and Archive.org. The publication date listed on Project Gutenberg is the date this book was uploaded to Project Gutenberg. The book was actually first published in 2013.

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Comprehensive Study of Mysteries in Science : Event and Information

By: Cres Huang

When continuous information are sent from different locations, and the receiver is moving from place to place; Packages would not necessarily reach the receiver in the same order and interval initiated by the sender.

we are somehow confused by the information delivered at light speed and it's underlying event.

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Comprehensive Study of Mysteries in Science : Pitfall of Space Exp...

By: Cres Huang

Analogous to an infinite vacuum, space is completely friction- less. It has no surface, and can only be regarded as absolute zero viscosity. Expansion of the space, if possible, will not drag any- thing along. It would just flow through and zip away by itself, leaving everything untouched. To expand, space has to be able to act and react. To carry, space has to be able to impose friction; then there will be re- sistance. Even if the space could carry and tolerant ...

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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Comprehensive Study of Mysteries in Science : A Brief Experiment o...

By: Cres Huang

Luckily, we can create and shape vacuum to some extent. This experiment will observe the actions of vacuum, mass and energy to derive a logical understanding of space.

Here, the properties of space is summarized as: • Playing-field for mass, energy, and action. • Massless, shapeless, and weightless. • Actionless or absolute zero. • Contains no energy. • Frictionless or zero viscosity. • Incapable of any interaction. • Coexists with all objects. • Beyond measure. • Absolute independent. • Absolute integrity. It’s properties and location never alter.

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Software Codes of Reality, Life and Languages! : How I Worked Out ...

By: Ved from Victoria Institutions

I started writing this topic on an experimental basis in UkResident.com around 2005. There were a lot of unconnected strings of thoughts in my mind, which did connect to an idea that there is some kind of inner code links that exist behind our physical reality. Moreover, I had been making solitary researches and observations on the codes in languages, right since my childhood. This also seemed to connect heavily with the physical world. If fact, in my book: March of the ...

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KP Etkisi : Form or Viscosity

By: Payman Sheriff

Two clumps of matter pass through each other without sharing space; In some cases the colliding clumps of matter appear to deepen their distance even as they pass through each other. Clumps of a few hundred thousand lithium atoms that are cooled to within one-millionth of a degree above absolute zero a temperature so cold that the atoms march in lockstep and act as a single matter wave. The Interaction of light with matter has long been a field of interest for many quant...

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Einstein´s Universe Without Big Bang : And the Solution of Hawking...

By: Christoph Poth

Einstein was right. The Big Bang never happend! www.einsteins-universe.com/en/ On the basis of the spiritual ideas of a Belgian priest and an Indian Brahmin, so-called “modern cosmology” has been peddling unadulterated mysticism for decades now. This mysticism has found worldwide distribution especially through a plethora of television documentaries, despite the fact that their pseudoscientific content has been proven to lie completely outside the laws of physics. ...

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Landslide Hazard, Vulnerability and Risk Analysis of Muzaffarabad City

By: Umarnawaz Khan

The Chunochi, Dhamman, Sounchal, Sarsawah and Malhar areas lie along the eastern limb of Hazara-Kashmir Syntaxis. This is an active fold-and-thrust belt in the sub Himalayas of Pakistan. The Early Miocene to Recent sedimentary rock sequence is exposed in the area. The stratigraphic sequence of the study area includes the Early Miocene Murree formation, Early to Middle Miocene Kamlial formation, Middle to Late Miocene Chinji formation, Late Miocene Nagri formation, ...

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Failure Analysis of Corrosion Case Histories

By: Sadeq Hooshmand Zaferani

The design and production of this Photographic Corrosion Failures is based on actual failures which occur during operation process. During the years of installation of gas service of equipment’s, many failures have been occurred in different parts. Due to variation of materials in several parts, different aspects of failure can be investigated. First of all we collect these failed parts and categorized them according to failure types. To earn this purpose, we shall ...

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Codes of Reality! What is language? [Sample pages]

By: Ved from Victoria Institutions

Higher Science!

...................... Now, compare this same scenario to that of a man. Whatever he is doing is actually something wherein a particular set of codes or lines of program are being utilised or created. When he bends, turns to the right, picks up something, and all else, actually some program line or code is being written; I do not know where. It, most probably is not in the same world that we exist in; but in some other ‘cyber’ world, where everything gets encoded and st...

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Cyclone Nargis, Myanmar : Risk Reduction in Natural Resource Manag...

By: Dr. John Espie Leake

What this Book is About There is a commonly held view that the incidence and scale of disasters is increasing in the modern world although some disagreement on whether the incidence of events, such as Tsunamis, earthquakes, fires, floods etc., that can give rise to disasters is increasing. The view is understandable, both population and their built environment are increasing so more is at risk and this trend of increased risk will continue while populations continue...

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The Cytoarchitectonics of the Adult Human Cortex

By: Dr. H. Lee Seldon, Translator

Why is this work so important? Most "modern" Anglo-Saxon authors cite Brodmann's 1909 work "Die Lokalisationslehre" for any reference to localization in the neocortex. However, during my own studies I found that sadly lacking in detail. For example, it contains only about 12 pages dedicated to the human neocortex. Von Economo and Koskinas apparently also felt this lack, as they wrote "Unfortunately, BRODMANN has given no description of the architectonics of this area, b...

"If we submit this book to the public after a laborious, long work of one dozen years - the work was begun by Professor V. ECONOMO in the year 1912; 1919 Dr. KOSKINAS entered into the cooperation - this does not happen with the joyful satisfaction of having created something consummate. Only an artist can possess this feeling of having created something entirely of himself. Each scientific work however - however much new it brings - rests on the groundwork of whole gener...

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Teoría sobre comportamiento corrupto : Nociones cibernéticas e inf...

By: Rodrigo Lopez-Pablos

This essay presents an exploration of elements from information theory and cibernetics on the struggle against corruption behavior in public sector and beyond; the existence of an exemplary or corrupt ethical equilibriums are explored by updating Klitgaard corruption formula along with the presence of information pressure, entropy and cibernetics servomechanisms in digital societies, including alternatives and sistemics approaches for further anti-corruption policies implementation.

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The Astro-Archaeology of Stonehenge

By: George Curtis

Describing a novel way of drawing the ground plan of Stonehenge with the peg and string method, revealing previously unknown relationships.

Stonehenge is a supposedly Neolithic monument located on Salisbury plain in Southern England. A study of the monument ground-plan raises a number of questions that are not answered by existing science. Questions such as: - ‘How could primitive men subdivide a circle into 56 equal parts?’ The questions are not answered with the keys provided by science. We need a ‘dumb-key’ to resolve the problems and answer the questions. The dumb-key is found by asking ourselves wha...

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