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

By: Florentin Smarandache

...ads to a new experiment to measure the speed of gravitation, which, using “detectors” such as planets and their satellites, is not linked to deviation... ...tellites, is not linked to deviation of geodesic lines and quadrupole mass-detectors with their specifc technical problems. 1 Introduction Herein we u... ... A system of two real particles connected by a spring (a quadru- pole mass-detector) should react to the waves. Most of these experiments have since 1... ...he waves. Most of these experiments have since 1968 been linked to Weber’s detector. The experiments have not been technically decisive until now, bec... ...e of the metric — these are different tensor felds. When a quadrupole mass-detector registers a signal, the detec- tor reacts to a wave of the metric ... ...perfect form of the terrestrial globe. A real satellite reacts to the feld defects during its orbital fight around the Earth — the height of its orbit...

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The Future of the Internet : And How to Stop It

By: Jonathan Zittrain

...guring the board to imi- tate any number of appliances: radio, doorbell, lie detector, 12 or metronome. The all-important instruction manual offered bo... ... P 175–92 (2000); Posting of Phillip T orrone to MAKE Blog, Lie Detector Electronic Kit and Circuit Explanation, http://www.makezine.com/... ...report “hits” to a central database. See Mimi Hall, Phones Studied as Attack Detector, USA T, May 3, 2007, http://www.usa today.com/tech/news/tec... ..., http://www.usa today.com/tech/news/techpolicy/2007-05-03-cellphone-attack-detector_ N.htm?csp 34. 10. See L. Jean Camp & Allan Friedman, Good Neig... ...e the harm from bad soft- ware is usually only economic, and liability for a defective product requires some form of physical harm arising from the de...

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And Gulliver Returns Book V : My Visit to Singaling

By: Lemuel Gulliver XVI

...potential terrorists, murderers, and other criminals. It replaces the lie detector that is not always accurate. Your system of justice does not requi... ...“ —“Did the European court consider the increased chances for birth defects such as Downs syndrome that increase significantly with age. Stati... ... “In denying their application, the Home Secretary didn‟t mention birth defects but he cited the criteria used in making a decision to allow priso...

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The Public Domain : Enclosing the Commons of the Mind

By: James Boyle

...278_u01.qxd 8/28/08 11:04 AM Page 164 doubts. But whatever its merits or defects in the realm of the arts, the vision seems completely wrongheaded... ... dividing and like bananas when they were finished, a biologically engineered detector that The Enclosure of Science and Technology 173 ___-1 ___0 ___ ... ...ture-taking bacteria I mentioned earlier. No matter how laudable the arsenic detector or the experimental technique dealing with sepsis, or how cool t...

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The Path of Splitness

By: Indrek Pringi

...nal state of warfare. They were not aware that as living organisms, they had defected to the other side. They were just mindlessly projecting their... ...as they exist in a state of Pure Wonder, they are themselves the ultimate lie detectors: their own innocence reflects back honestly everything that t... ...t finally worked. If Science finds that this cloning can avoid certain birth defects known to exist in the donor’s sperm and egg… Some scientists ... ...e adults. Science has carefully avoided studying the huge explosion in birth defects, and birth problems, and fertility problems, and the huge incre... ...lio… where industrialized societies raise children with all kinds of terminal defects and illnesses. One person who experimented with a diet of 1... ...t chew food so he was fed gruel and mushed pap all his life. He was mentally defective; he shit his pants because he could not control his bowel mo...

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The Confidence- Man

By: Herman Melville

...here is something wrong about the man who wants help. There is somewhere a defect, a want, in brief, a need, a crying need, somewhere about that man.”... ...rs, he threw one before the old man, who, looking at it, read ‘Counterfeit Detector.’ “Very good thing,” said the boy, “I give it to all my cus- tomer... ...id the boy, “look a lie and find the truth; don’t care about a Counterfeit Detector, do ye? or is the wind East, d’ye think?” “Child,” said the old ma... ...oubt they are all right; but just to pass time, I’ll compare them with the Detector here. Blessed boy to 245 Melville make me such a present. Public ... ...le make me such a present. Public benefactor, that little boy!” Laying the Detector square before him on the table, he then, with something of the air... ...e collar a brace of culprits to the bar, placed the two bills opposite the Detector, upon which, the examination began, lasting some time, prosecuted ...

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Gulliver's Travels

By: Jonathan Swift

... does not descend to his posterity. And these people thought it a prodigious defect of policy among us, when I told them that our laws were enforced o... ... appear so beautiful to us, only because they are of our own size, and their defects not to be seen but through a magnifying glass; where we find by e... ...while she was carrying me to court. The queen, giving great allowance for my defective ness in speaking, was, however, surprised at so much wit and g... ...ral other questions to me, and still received rational answers: no otherwise defective than by a foreign accent, and an imperfect knowledge in the lan... ..., be very much lessened in the opinion of an English reader: but I take this defect among them to have risen from their ignorance, by not having hithe... ...s; against whom the tribes of Answerers, Considerers, Observers, Reflectors, Detectors, Remarkers, will never be able to find matter forexercising the...

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The Tragedy of King Lear

By: William Shakespeare

...dvantages of France: O heavens! that this treason were not, or not I the detector! CORNWALL: Go with me to the duchess. EDMUND: If the matter of ... ...tumbled when I saw: full oft ’tis seen, Our means secure us, and our mere defects Prove our commodities. O dear son Edgar, The food of thy abused fa... ...tumbled when I saw: full oft ’tis seen, Our means secure us, and our mere defects Prove our commodities. O dear son Edgar, The food of thy abused fa...

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The Tragedie of King Lear

By: William Shakespeare

... of France. O Heauens! that this Treason were not; 1983 or not I the detector. 1984 Corn. Go with me to the Dutchesse. 1985 Bast... ...n I saw. Full oft ’tis seene, 2201 Our meanes secure vs, and our meere defects 2202 Proue our Commodities. Oh deere Sonne Edgar, 2203 The...

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The Secret Agent

By: Joseph Conrad

...r- come by his dislike of all kinds of recognised labour—a tem- peramental defect which he shared with a large proportion of revolutionary reformers o... ...ons was strictly in character with the Assistant Commissioner’s ability as detector. His memory evoked a certain old fat and wealthy native chief in t... ...lighted, above the parlour table, one of the two gas-burners, which, being defective, first whistled as if astonished, and then went on purring com- f...

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Life of Johnson

By: James Boswell

..., one inscribed ‘When, my EYE was restored to its use,’ which ascertains a defect that many of his friends knew he had, though I never per- ceived it.... ...d; and indeed I must observe, that in no other respect could I discern any defect in his vision; on the contrary, the force of his atten- tion and per... ...round him; no very easy operation, as his size was remark- ably large. His defective sight, indeed, prevented him from enjoying the common sports; and... ... nest of singing birds.’ He was not, however, blind to what he thought the defects of his own College; and I have, from the information of Dr. Taylor,... ...the following causes: first, the imperfection of his organs, which were so defective that he was not sus- ceptible of the fine impressions which theat... ...s assisted by the Reverend Dr. Douglas, now Bishop of Salisbury, the great detector of im- postures; who informs me, that after the gentle- men who we...

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