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The Myth of Ulysses and Secondary Beauty

By: Antonio Mercurio

... these passages, instead of utilizing a renowned translation from Greek to English, because there seems to be no translation from Greek into English... ...ral titles of the author’s books are mentioned. Some are already available English, and their titles are only in English. Some are in the process of... ... Some are in the process of being translated, and their titles are also in English. Some are available as of this time only in Italian: these titles... ...le as of this time only in Italian: these titles have been translated into English and placed in brackets { }. A list of all the authors books with a... ...oks with a specification of which already are or soon will be available in English, is found at the end of the book. 4 Table of Contents ... ...nal and cosmic life. Beauty is a force, which both attracts and repels. Physicists understand the force of attraction, and they call it “universal... ...lent in the transmutation of mass into energy and vice-versa. 55 Nuclear physicists concentrate powerful energies and then they divide or fuse ato... ...l. However, there is a huge difference between the type of energy nuclear physicists produce, and the type of energy an artist creates. The first t... ...work by reaching the heart of matter. They are different in the fact that physicists extract energy only from the atom’s nucleus; artists, instead,...

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The Ulysseans

By: Antonio Mercurio

...t, several of the author’s books are mentioned. Some are already available English, and their titles are only in English. Some are in the process of ... ... Some are in the process of being translated, and their titles are also in English. Some are available as of this time only in Italian: these titles... ...le as of this time only in Italian: these titles have been translated into English and placed in brackets { }. A list of all the authors books with ... ...ith a specification of those that already are or soon will be available in English is found at the end of the book. 4 I... ... can be compared, historically speaking, to the current efforts of nuclear physicists to unite the four fundamental forces found in nature: the weak ... ...valent in the transmutation of matter into energy and vice-versa. Nuclear physicists concentrate high levels of energy and then they bombard atomic ... ...at which pertains to the outside world. 5. Is the universe contracting? Physicists ask themselves if this universe that is today expanding will co... ...pertains to the outside world. 5. Is the universe contracting? 101 Physicists ask themselves if this universe that is today expanding will co... ...a convinces the Unnamed to free her through prayer. Gandhi convinced the English to free the Hindus with the violence of nonviolence, not with pra...

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Kabbalah for Beginners

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...ncept of reality. Had it not been for Einstein and the subsequent quantum physicists, who revolutionized the way we think about reality, the ideas ... ...is actually red, only that I am perceiving it as red. Actually, if you ask physicists, they’ll tell you that the only true statement you can make abo... ...onto, Canada, London, Eng- - land, and Sydney, Australia. It is printed in English, He- - brew, and Russian, and is also available on the Internet, a... ...srael time. The lessons are simultaneously translated into six languages: English, Russian, Spanish, german, Italian, and Turkish. In the near futu...

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The Silver Lining: Moral Deliberations in Modern Cinema

By: Sam Vaknin, Ph. D.

...ong scientists. The Anthropic Principle, for instance, promoted by many outstanding physicists, claims that the nature of the Universe is preordaine... ...nch. Certified Financial Analyst by Brainbench. Full proficiency in Hebrew and in English. Business Experience 1980 to 1983 Founder and co-owne... ...onot, Tel-Aviv, 1997 "The Suffering of Being Kafka" (electronic book of Hebrew and English Short Fiction), Prague, 1998-2004 "The Macedonian Econom...

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Kabbalah Revealed

By: Rav Michael Laitman

... know this is not a realistic dialogue, and not just because tuna don’t speak English. We in- stinctively feel that tuna fish can’t enjoy their own f... ... and what we cannot sense, we cannot imagine, either. … Actually, if you ask physicists, they’ll tell you that the only true statement you can make...

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Kabbalah for the Student

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...ansformation of the form, losing nothing of its essence along its way, as physicists have shown. And now we come to clarify the phrase: “All is in de... ... v i a T i o n s (Because the acronyms are of Hebrew words, the letters in English may not match the words they represent) AA Arich Anpin AB HaVaYaH ... ...per produced and disseminated by Bnei Baruch in many languages, including English, Hebrew, Spanish, and Russian. It is apolitical, non-commercial, a... ...Toronto, Canada, London, England, and Sydney, Australia. It is printed in English, Hebrew, and Russian, and is also available on the Internet, at www... ...e given in Hebrew and are simultaneously translated into seven languages: English, Russian, Spanish, French, German, Italian, and Turkish. As with e...

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The Renaissance of Science : The Story of the Atom and Chemistry

By: Ph.D. Albert Martini

...800 pages, depicted with some 300 pictures and illustrations. This history of the atom and chemistry discusses the lives of about 180 chemists and physicists, through the evolution of several stages of development, representing the most important scientific accomplishments. The most significant discoveries in chemistry and physics are presented chronologically to ill...

...stronomer 50 Proponent of the heliocentric theory of our solar system with the Sun and not the Earth at its center. CHARLES R. DARWIN (1809-1882) English Naturalist 51 Proponent of the theory of evolution. The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection. THE SECOND GENERATION IN SCIENTIFIC DEVELOPMENT 53 IN THE PHYSICAL, CHEMICAL AND MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES 53...

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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

...mes from mathematics. All submitted papers should be professional, in good English, containing a brief review of a problem and obtained results. All s... ...]. We would like to make those techniques accessible to a wide audience of physicists who are not so familiar with the rigorous underlying mathematics... ...s simple line of thought as possible, a praxis that is normally pursued by physicists. For instance, physicists in their works on general relativity e...

...nced studies in theoretical and experimental physics, including related themes from mathematics. All submitted papers should be professional, in good English, containing a brief review of a problem and obtained results. All submissions should be designed in LATEX format using Progress in Physics template. This template can be downloaded from Progress in Physics home page h...

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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

...mes from mathematics. All submitted papers should be professional, in good English, containing a brief review of a problem and obtained results. All s... ...have not yet been discover- ed has attracted the attention of experimental physicists over the last decade. Initial interest in gravitational waves ar... ...e not been discovered in ex- periments. Nonetheless it is accepted by most physicists that the discovery of gravitational waves should be one of the m... ...f the 1st or 2nd kind) underlie the detection attempts of the experimental physicists. Because such gravitational waves are expected to be weak, one u... ...und attempts to isolate the bulk pigs from external affects — experimental physicists place them in mines in the depths of mountains and cool them to ... ...Weber pigs are used in such experiments all around the world. Experimental physicists spend billions and billions of dollars yearly on their experimen...

...nced studies in theoretical and experimental physics, including related themes from mathematics. All submitted papers should be professional, in good English, containing a brief review of a problem and obtained results. All submissions should be designed in LATEX format using Progress in Physics template. This template can be downloaded from Progress in Physics home page h...

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Sextus Empiricus and Greek Scepticism

By: Mary Mills Patrick

...us and Greek Scepticism has been prepared to supply a need much felt in the English language by students of Greek philosophy. For while other schools... ...ools of Greek philosophy have been exhaustively and critically discussed by English scholars, there are few sources of information available to the ... ...the teachings of Pyrrhonism, it has been hoped that a translation of it into English might prove a useful contribution to the literature on Pyrrhonis... ...evident, it is said, from the disagreement which exists altogether among the physicists in regard to sensible and intellectual things. I mean, of cou...

...The following treatise on Sextus Empiricus and Greek Scepticism has been prepared to supply a need much felt in the English language by students of Greek philosophy. For while other schools of Greek philosophy have been exhaustively and critically discussed by English scholars, there are few sources of information available to the student ...

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Speculations and Physics

By: Sam Vaknin, Ph. D.

... in particular, are unprofessionally vague and ambiguous. Professional theoretical physicists ought to be able to do better. Bohm has shown us a wa... ...members the role of the apparatus, ordinary logic is just fine. In other contexts, physicists have been able to take words from ordinary language a... ...articles but only in an environment with a vanishingly weak force of gravity. Some physicists tried to add a "graviton" (gravity force carrying par... ...e. Various methods of doing this still leave us with a lot of supersymmetry. A few physicists believe that supersymmetry is likely to emerge - even... ...semiotics to computer programming, and from logic to animal behavior. In 1700, the English empiricist philosopher, John Locke, was the first to des... ... in particular, are unprofessionally vague and ambiguous. Professional theoretical physicists ought to be able to do better. Bohm has shown us a wa... ...nch. Certified Financial Analyst by Brainbench. Full proficiency in Hebrew and in English. Business Experience 1980 to 1983 Founder and co-owne... ...onot, Tel-Aviv, 1997 "The Suffering of Being Kafka" (electronic book of Hebrew and English Short Fiction), Prague, 1998-2004 "The Macedonian Econom...

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Begin the Adventure : How to Break the Light Barrier

By: Florentin Smarandache

... and because light appears to have the same speed in all inertial frames, physicists take the "maximum speed" to be the speed of light. (Ca.1972) ... ...ecial relativity, in the words of two mid 20th-century Cornell University physicists, F. K. Richtmyer and E. H. Kennard, are only "a sort of kinemat... ...ation is reported to have taken place in the summer of 1950 between famed physicists Enrico Fermi and Edward Teller: Fermi: Edward, what do you ... ... called Einstein's Theory of Relativity in 1920 which was translated into English in 1924, and he wrote a revision of that translation in 1962. A q...

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The Religious Dimension

By: Donald Broadribb

... Foundation, Ascona, Switzerland. N.K. Sandars, The Epic of Gilgamesh: An English Version, Penguin Classics, revised edition, Harmondsworth, 1964. © ... ...anslator, and whether it is the translator’s presuppositions that make the English text read “He” rather than “it.” In the same way, it is unclear how... ... averted, not by observance of religious laws but through what has come in English to be called the “atonement” by Christ. The word “atonement” in Eng... ...r by changing masks. The Latin word for mask was “persona,” from which our English word “person” derives. Let us imagine that, by analogy, the roles p... ...what they taught. Translation difficulties make this point unclear to most English-speaking Bible readers. In English we distinguish be- tween the wor... ...n are also used synonymously with energy. But this is not quite the modern physicists’ energy, for orenda energy is seen as personal, and as intellige... ...adical, since it is very much in vogue at present to invoke modern nuclear physicists, especially those fond of contemplating the possible implication...

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Proceedings of the First International Conference on Neutrosophy, Neutrosophic Logic, Neutrosophic Set, Neutrosophic Probability and Statistics

By: Florentin Smarandache

...oton? For experts working in particle physics, photons look like particles, for physicists working in electromagnetic field theory, photons are conside... ...tal question have held at the beginning of the 20th century between all eminent physicists at that time. The constraint C2 hides a strong difficulty al... ... “Chinese room problem” in his paper “Minds, brains and programs”: We set an Englishman which does not know Chinese, in a closed room, with many s... ...room, with many symbols of the Chinese language, and a book of instructions in English of how to manipulate the symbols when a set of symbols (instr... ...s given. So, Chinese scientists will give him instructions in Chinese, and the Englishman will manipulate symbols in Chinese, and he will give a cor... ...pressible, or even intangible. ● We frequently have such a feeling in learning English as a foreign language that there is no fixed meaning but an i... ...Education Fund: The Pictorial Biography of The Sixth Patriarch Master Huineng, English translation by Yan Shudong, Cui Jinquan, Zhang Chitang, Shang...

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Cyclopedia of Economics

By: Sam Vaknin

...d (really derived from axioms) in 1990. The experiment envisages a room in which an English speaker sits, equipped with a book of instructions in E... ...emonstrate is that there is no need to assume that the central processing unit (the English speaker) understands (or, for that matter, performs any ... ...ese debates a few points seemed to have escaped most of those involved. First, the English speaker inside the room himself is a conscious entity, r... ...s disputation). Whereas Searle would be hard pressed to prove (to himself) that the English speaker in the room is possessed of mental states – this... ...m holds: "Cogito, ergo sum". But this argument – though valid – is not strong. The English speaker (and Searle, for that matter) can easily be repl... ...e.g., a musical piece) in terms of this type of intuition. Many mathematicians and physicists (following a kind of Pythagorean tradition) use emerg... ...ong scientists. The Anthropic Principle, for instance, promoted by many outstanding physicists, claims that the nature of the Universe is preordaine... ...rialism with reductionism or instrumentalism and correlation with causation. Few physicists, neuroscientists, biologists, and chemists seem to ha... ... in particular, are unprofessionally vague and ambiguous. Professional theoretical physicists ought to be able to do better. Bohm has shown us a wa...

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Cyclopedia of Philosophy

By: Sam Vaknin

...d (really derived from axioms) in 1990. The experiment envisages a room in which an English speaker sits, equipped with a book of instructions in E... ...emonstrate is that there is no need to assume that the central processing unit (the English speaker) understands (or, for that matter, performs any ... ...ese debates a few points seemed to have escaped most of those involved. First, the English speaker inside the room himself is a conscious entity, r... ...s disputation). Whereas Searle would be hard pressed to prove (to himself) that the English speaker in the room is possessed of mental states – this... ...m holds: "Cogito, ergo sum". But this argument – though valid – is not strong. The English speaker (and Searle, for that matter) can easily be repl... ...e.g., a musical piece) in terms of this type of intuition. Many mathematicians and physicists (following a kind of Pythagorean tradition) use emerg... ...ong scientists. The Anthropic Principle, for instance, promoted by many outstanding physicists, claims that the nature of the Universe is preordaine... ...rialism with reductionism or instrumentalism and correlation with causation. Few physicists, neuroscientists, biologists, and chemists seem to ha... ... in particular, are unprofessionally vague and ambiguous. Professional theoretical physicists ought to be able to do better. Bohm has shown us a wa...

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The Conundrums of Psychology

By: Sam Vaknin

...ialism with reductionism or instrumentalism and correlation with causation. Few physicists, neuroscientists, biologists, and chemists seem to ha... ...ench. Certified Financial Analyst by Brainbench. Full proficiency in Hebrew and in English. Business Experience 1980 to 1983 Founder and co-own... ...onot, Tel-Aviv, 1997 "The Suffering of Being Kafka" (electronic book of Hebrew and English Short Fiction), Prague and Skopje, 1998-2004 "The Maced...

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Hypotheses on Ulysses

By: Antonio Mercurio

... these passages, instead of utilizing a renowned translation from Greek to English, because there seems to be no translation from Greek into English... ...ral titles of the author’s books are mentioned. Some are already available English, and their titles are only in English. Some are in the process of ... ... Some are in the process of being translated, and their titles are also in English. Some are available as of this time only in Italian: these titles... ...le as of this time only in Italian: these titles have been translated into English and placed in brackets { }. A list of all the authors books with ... ...oks with a specification of which already are or soon will be available in English, is found at the end of the book. 5 To all those ... ...ation. The universe is the result of the pain of a great explosion that physicists call the “Big Bang”, but for physicists, who do not know that ...

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And Gulliver Returns Book III : A Visit to Kino

By: Bob Oconnor

... based on the actual statutes rather than on the Common Law that has given Englishmen and Americans so many ways to get around the statutes enacted ... ...h may riot for earlier retirement. But the government can‘t afford it. The English may strike for shorter work weeks. But those who want to eat will... ...economies of the West to immigrate. German engineers, American doctors and physicists, and British bankers were among those who were welcomed by the ...

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And Gulliver Returns Book I : Touchdown

By: Bob Oconnor

...those of us who are alive don‟t like that option. But you remember what the English philosopher Francis Bacon said, „He that will not apply new reme... ...as 50 billion people.” —“There have been a couple of estimates made by physicists in which they calculated the amount of heat people’s bodies w...

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Facts and Fictions in the Securities Industry

By: Sam Vaknin

...ed to remove credit-related risks from their books by selling it to third parties. Physicists, analysts, and rating agencies all agreed that the ri... ...willing to accept and below which the item is "reserved", i.e., goes unsold. In an English "open outcry" auction, bids are made public, allowing ot... ...nch. Certified Financial Analyst by Brainbench. Full proficiency in Hebrew and in English. Business Experience 1980 to 1983 Founder and co-owner... ...onot, Tel-Aviv, 1997 "The Suffering of Being Kafka" (electronic book of Hebrew and English Short Fiction), Prague, 1998-2004 "The Macedonian Econom...

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And Gulliver Returns Book VI : Our Psychological Motivations

By: Lemuel Gulliver XVI

...When a hundred chemists gather to discuss the elements in water there is agreement that there are two hydrogen atoms and an oxygen atom. When physic... ...ll is God, tolerate all beliefs as being within the One. This doesn‘t mean that some Hindus will not fight to the death over whether Hindi or Englis... ...neffective method of reducing inferiority feelings. ―Then there was the movement to teach black children Ebonics, the name for black street Englis... ...y the society in which a person lives. It is based more on what is average behavior, the norm, rather than on what might be ideal behavior. An Englis... ... our citizens. We are going to help them on their way to psychological and economic fulfillment. It doesn‘t seem to me that you Americans and Englis... ...sound and light in 1687 as a Venetian shell hit it and exploded the ammunition that the Turks had stored there. I experienced the spectacle in Englis...

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Trendsiters Digital Content and Web Technologies

By: Sam Vaknin

... Latin kidnapped the word "plagion" from ancient Greek and it ended up in English as "plagiarism". It literally means "to kidnap" - most commonly, t... ...which causes behaviour patterns to suddenly emerged in whole populations. Physicists talked about sudden "phase transitions", the emergent results of... ...positioning are already fierce - a good sign. The Internet used to be an English, affluent middle-class, white collar, male phenomenon. It has long... ...business - are narrowing. Already there are more women than men users and English is the language of less than half of all web sites. The wireless Ne... ...nts of some developing countries. It is not uncommon to find a mastery of English, a college degree in the sciences, readiness to work outlandish ho... ...as tremendous untapped talent in its young people. Jamaica is the largest English-speaking nation in the Caribbean and their educational and technica...

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Modelling of Rationality...and Beyond the Physics

By: Gh. C. Dinulescu

...he artificial transformation of matter into anti-matter, the dream of the physicists, would remain the exception with an utilitarian significance. ... ...sant ″cohabitation″ between the dwellers and the ghosts of the house. An English documentary film tells about the friendship of a British child with... ... seem to be unaware of the presence of the latter. It is said that an old English theater used to be haunted by former famous servants of its scene;...

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The New Engineering

By: Eugene F. Adiutori

... seemingly above reproach. It should also be noted that Galileo and Newton were physicists of the first rank, and neither subscribed to the conve... ...in Press Fourier, J., 1822, Theorie Analytique de la chaleur, Gauthier-Villars, English translation, The Analytical Theory of Heat, by A. Freeman,...

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The Marketing of Ideas and Social Issues

By: Seymour Fine

...Pure scientists usually experiment. Philosophers prefer inductive reasoning while physicists and mathematicians lean toward deductive methods. Medi... ...e downward and outward to consumers and others seeking advice. (In the history of English and German law, the advocate was a special kind of lawyer ... ...gns, value of education to dropouts and metric measurements to those accustomed to English measures. However, one wonders. Are not all marketers, ...

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And Gulliver Returns Book IV : A Look at Our Human Values

By: Lemuel Gulliver XVI

...the mountain. He survived. On another Everest expedition, David Sharp, an Englishman, on his way down did not have oxygen. Many climbers passed him.... ...til he died. Under French law one is required to help. Under American and English common law there is no requirement. It was legal for Englishmen to... ... liberals.‖ 56 ---―Hey Ray, is it true that God is really an Englishman of the early 17 th Century? Did God speak to Moses as an Engli... ...imes as the Bible has been translated from language to language, that the English language of a few hundred years ago seems to have stuck. Even tran... ...ave stuck. Even translations of the Koran often use that older version of English.‖ --―Let‘s get back on track men. Democratic politicians ... ...out twice as many mathematicians believed in a god than did biologists or physicists. ―Just any education is not the key to questioning any c... ...on or the knowledge of practical science of a Benjamin Franklin? How many physicists, surgeons or lawyers have read Locke, Montaigne, Aristotle and ...

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The Path of Splitness

By: Indrek Pringi

...nce. The Universal symbols of Birth and Infinity are semantically correct in English, and in Mathematics, and in Gender. When you use logic organi... ...ne: The Universe 112 makes you smarter than all the Cosmologists and Astro-physicists. The mystery of the Big Bang has now been solved. Now you... ...gration from the Portuguese to the Spanish to the Africans to the Dutch to the English is matched with a tectonic plate arriving in the exact same hi... ...ved in the exact same locations where the first Portuguese, Spanish Dutch and English colonies were founded. This is definitely not a coincidence… ... ...n Nations he conquered… including all of the civil codes of the revolutionary English Parliamentary system… have since been modified: to bring back a... ...t the property rights and privileges of a small elite class of wealthy, landed English Gentry living in America. The Constitution of the United Stat... ...al auras of these King-Gods raged just like the now-visible aura of the Sun? Physicists who study the Sun, do not study paranormal phenomenon like ...

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The Soul Bearer

By: Jonathan Cross

... Title: THE SOUL BEARER Author: JONATHAN CROSS Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher: World Public Librar... ...n agreed only if the Patron, who spoke five languages fluently, would teach him English, which Aaron knew he would need when he got to America, the ... ...he New World. After three years, Aaron learned the mining business, as well as English, and decided it was time to go to America. Gold had be­ come ... ...ecial mining equipment in New York. Because Aaron was one of the few who spoke English, the Patron sent him to make sure that they pur­ chased the r... ...N went to wall-to-wall coverage interviewing environmental experts, scientists, physicists, cancer specialists, congresspeople, senators, economic e...

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The Renaissance of Science : The Story of the Atom and Chemistry : Revised Edition

By: Dr. Albert Martini

...800 pages, depicted with some 300 pictures and illustrations. This history of the atom and chemistry discusses the lives of about 180 chemists and physicists, through the evolution of several stages of development, representing the most important scientific accomplishments. The most significant discoveries in chemistry and physics are presented chronologically to ill...

...0 Proponent of the HELIOCENTRIC THEORY of our PLANETARY SYSTEM where the SUN and not the EARTH was at its center. CHARLES ROBERT DARWIN (1809-1882) English Naturalist ................................ .51 Proponent of the theory of evolution. The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection. THE SECOND GENERATION IN SCIENTIFIC DEVELOPMENT ...............................

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Virginibus Puerisque, And Other Papers

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

...ing student publication project to bring classical works of literature, in English, to free and easy access of those wishing to make use of them. Cove... ........................................................ 77 CHAPTER VII – THE ENGLISH ADMIRALS ............................................................. ...kespeare bombastic and most absurd, and all of him written in very obscure English and wearisome to read. And not long ago I was able to lay by my lan... ...I simply open the last book I have been reading – Mr. Leland’s captivating English Gipsies. “It is said,” I find on p. 7, “that those who can converse... ...r hearts, than do those who know their thoughts only through the medium of English. I know from my own observations that this is quite the case with t... ...and when all is done, find humanity indifferent to your achievement. Hence physicists condemn the unphysical; financiers have only a superficial toler...

...69 CHAPTER VI ? EL DORADO ...................................................................................................... 77 CHAPTER VII ? THE ENGLISH ADMIRALS .......................................................................... 80 CHAPTER VIII ? SOME PORTRAITS BY RAEBURN............................................................ 91 CHAPTER IX ? CHILD?S PLAY ...

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A Modern Utopia

By: H. G. Wells

...ing student publication project to bring classical works of literature, in English, to free and easy access of those wishing to make use of them. Cove... ...it will be a coalesced language, a synthesis of many. Such a lan- guage as English is a coalesced language; it is a coalescence of Anglo-Saxon and Nor... ...nd hold in the frame of such an uninflected or slightly inflected idiom as English already pre- sents, a profuse vocabulary into which have been cast ... ...y when every government had in it the near possibility of tyranny, and the Englishman or American looked at the papers of a Russian or a German as one... ...r- tips and shake my index-finger in my friend’s face. “By Jove!” I say in English. “They’ve got our doubles!” The botanist snaps his fingers. “Of cou... ...trong feeling for all bota- nists, and, indeed, all biologists, as against physicists, and those who profess the exact sciences, all of whom he regard...

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The First Men in the Moon

By: H. G. Wells

...ing student publication project to bring classical works of literature, in English, to free and easy access of those wishing to make use of them. Cove... ...the outposts of the bristling beard that covered my face. I sat down to an English breakfast and ate with a sort of languid appetite—an appetite many ... ...n with Mars, was receiv- ing day by day a curiously fragmentary message in English, which was indisputably emanating from Mr. Cavor in the moon. At fi... ...rd of electromagnetic dis- turbances interlaced by Cavor’s straightforward English. Mr. Wendigee knew nothing of our wild journey moonward, and sudden... ... Mr. Wendigee knew nothing of our wild journey moonward, and suddenly—this English out of the void! It is well the reader should understand the condit... ...topic of this sponge caught lunar atmosphere. I am told by astronomers and physicists that all he tells is in absolute accordance with what was al- re...

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First and Last Things : A Confession of Faith and a Rule of Life

By: H. G. Wells

...g student publica- tion project to bring classical works of literature, in English, to free and easy access of those wishing to make use of them. Cove... ... my beliefs as I want them. I do not attempt to distil them out of fact as physicists distil their laws. I make them thus and not thus exactly as an a... .... Wells thing of the sort has indeed happened to both the Catholic and the English Protestant churches. We have the intellec- tual and moral guidance ...

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Heartbreak House : A Fantasia in the Russian Manner on English Themes

By: George Bernard Shaw

...HEARTBREAK HOUSE: A FANTASIA IN THE RUSSIAN MANNER ON ENGLISH THEMES by BERNARD SHAW 1913-1916 A Penn State Electronic Classics S... ... Series Publication Heartbreak House: A Fantasia in the Russian Manner on English Themes by George Bernard Shaw is a publication of the Pennsylvania ... ...mission, in any way. Heartbreak House: A Fantasia in the Russian Manner on English Themes by George Bernard Shaw, the Pennsylvania State University, E... ...ing student publication project to bring classical works of literature, in English, to free and easy access of those wishing to make use of them. Cove... ...iversity. 3 GB Shaw HEARTBREAK HOUSE: A FANTASIA IN THE RUSSIAN MANNER ON ENGLISH THEMES by BERNARD SHAW 1913-1916 HEARTBREAK HOUSE AND HORSEBACK HAL... ...the reprobate. But in the middle of the nineteenth century naturalists and physicists assured the world, in the name of Science, that salvation and da...

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An Englishman Looks at the World Being a Series of Unrestrained Remarks Upon Contemporary Matters

By: H. G. Wells

...By H.G. WELLS 1914 A Penn State Electronic Classics Series Publication An Englishman Looks at the World by H. G. Wells is a publication of the Pennsy... ...e document or for the file as an electronic trans- mission, in any way. An Englishman Looks at the World by H. G. Wells, the Pennsylvania State Univer... ...ing student publication project to bring classical works of literature, in English, to free and easy access of those wishing to make use of them. Cove... ...................................................... 254 5 H. G . Wells AN ENGLISH- MAN LOOKS AT THE WORLD Being a Series of Unrestrained Remarks upon... ...is is a good five years before my reckoning of the year before last. 6 An Englishman Looks at the World We all, I think, regret that being so near we... ...t for them and organise them, to secure the pick of our young chemists and physicists and engineers, and to get them to work systematically upon the a... ...rld sults, would find it hard to say which were the chemists and which the physicists among Professors Dewar and Ramsey Lord Rayleigh and Curie. The c...

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Preface to Androcles and the Lion: On the Prospects of Christianity

By: George Bernard Shaw

...ing student publication project to bring classical works of literature, in English, to free and easy access of those wishing to make use of them. Cove... ...esus polite and gracious, does not make him meek. The picture of him as an English curate of the farcical comedy type, too meek to fight a policeman, ... ...han any- where else except perhaps in Ulster, retranslations into mod- ern English have been introduced perforce to save its bare intelligibility. It ... ...made so little difference. That is why, also, a nation so civilized as the English can convert negroes to their faith with great ease, but cannot conv... ...’s magnum opus you will learn how the same primitive logic which makes the Englishman believe today that by eating a beefsteak he can acquire the stre... ... fall into the bottomless pit to burn there to all eternity. And sceptical physicists like Sir William Crookes demonstrate by laboratory experiments t...

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The Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

By: The Manhattan Engineer District

...ing student publication project to bring classical works of literature, in English, to free and easy access of those wishing to make use of them. Cove... ...fields assisted in the study. These included math- ematicians, theoretical physicists, experts on the blast ef- fects of bombs, weather consultants, a...

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The Analysis of Mind

By: Bertrand Russell

...ing student publication project to bring classical works of literature, in English, to free and easy access of those wishing to make use of them. Cove... ...also that from writers mainly British and American fuller consideration of English Philosophy than it had hith- erto received might be looked for. In ... ...sthetic,” Pfleiderer’s “Rational Theology since Kant,” Albee’s “History of English Utilitarianism,” Bonar’s “Philosophy and Political Economy,” Brett’... ...tter as something much more solid and indubitable than mind. Meanwhile the physicists, especially Einstein and other exponents of the theory of rela- ... ...es, the way in which the equilibrium will be upset cannot be deter- mined. Physicists distinguish between macroscopic and mi- croscopic equations: the... ...gestion derived from Semon (“Die Mneme,” Leipzig, 1904; 2nd edition, 1908, English transla- tion, Allen & Unwin, 1921; “Die mnemischen Empfindungen,” ... ...r of human beings, however, this is by no means the case. If you say to an Englishman, “You have a smut on your nose,” he will proceed to remove it, b...

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Confidence

By: Henry James

...ing student publication project to bring classical works of literature, in English, to free and easy access of those wishing to make use of them. Cove... ...me girl. “I am so sorry you moved,” he said, confidently, in 8 Confidence English. “You were so—so beautiful.” She stopped, looking at him more direc... ... time to test its success; but in this I want your help. You know we great physicists never make an experiment without an ‘assistant’—a humble individ... ...,” said Longueville. “Is she travelling alone?” “Oh, no. They ‘ve got some Englishman. They say he ‘s devoted to Ella. Every one seems to have an Engl... ...ted in that,” said Ber- nard smiling. “Who is Captain Lovelock?” “He is an Englishman. I believe he is what ‘s called aristocratically connected—the y... ...e comprehensive,” said Bernard. “It seems to me you have a good deal.” The Englishman gave a shrug. “It ‘s less than you might think. She is watching ...

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The Schoolmistress and Other Stories

By: Anton Chekhov

...ing student publication project to bring classical works of literature, in English, to free and easy access of those wishing to make use of them. Cove... ...who have nevertheless died unrecognized. Are Russian navigators, chemists, physicists, mechanicians, and agricultur- ists popular with the public? Do ...

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Inaugural Addresses of the Presidents of the United States from George Washington to Bill Clinton

...going student publication project to bring classical works of literature, in English, to free and easy access of those wishing to make use of them. Co... ...s of any one of its citizens. It was the beautiful remark of a distinguished English writer that “in the Roman senate Octavius had a party and Anthony... ...its broad outlines. Ten years ago, the Internet was the mystical province of physicists; today, it is a common place encyclopedia for millions of sch...

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