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The Silver Lining: Moral Deliberations in Modern Cinema

By: Sam Vaknin, Ph. D.

...nds. This interaction IS what we call "reality". With the advent of stochastic and quantum virtual reality generators - the distinction between "re... ...niversally acknowledged. Modern physics - notably the Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics - has abandoned the classic split between (typ... ...end momentarily). Second, truth and falsity are assumed to be mutually exclusive. Quantum and fuzzy logics have long laid this one to rest. There ... ...ulnerable, for instance, to hallucinations. Moreover, the blurring of the lines in Quantum, non-Aristotelian, logics implies one of two: either tha... ...viruses, for instance). Why assume that extrasolar creatures must be endowed with a biology of some kind? But isn‟t life as we know it an unavoidab... ...the question. Multi-cellular entities on Earth are manifestations of Carbon-based biology. We cannot imagine beings whose complexity does not spri... ...ble everywhere, vitiating the need for communication and interaction. Yet, modern Quantum Mechanics provides us with exactly this insight: that ti...

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The Point in the Heart

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...ly. as it is essential to know the basic laws of physics, chem- istry, and biology in order to lead a normal life, it is es- sential to know the wisdo... ...le entity divided into separate beings. Today the cut ing-edge science of quantum physics states a very similar idea: that at the most fundamental l...

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From Chaos to Harmony

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...my of Sciences in Mos- cow, and an MSc in bio-cybernetics from the Faculty of Biology and Cybernetics at the Institute of Science at St. Petersburg ... ...ncy between them- selves and the rest of humanity. Various sciences, primarily quantum physics, provide proof that changes in one element affect othe... ...sroads, Prof. Ervin Laszlo describes experiments that are routine in today’s quantum physics. They show that particles ac- tually “know” what happen... ...rs in different states of motion perceived a different picture. In the 1930s, quantum physics revolutionized the world of science. It determined tha... ...ccurred, or to try to find what the objective reality is like. Discoveries in quantum physics, together with dis- coveries in other fields of researc... ... Origin of an Altruistic Gene, published May 2006 in the Journal of Molecular Biology and Evolution. 14 From the biological point of view, it is cus...

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The Natural State, In the Words of U.G. Krishnamurti

By: U.G. Krishnamurti, Edited by Peter Maverick

...y that is not the instrument, and there is no other instrument. It is a quantum jump. It jumps from here to there. You cannot link up these things.... ...ical and physical state. We function in a thought sphere and not in our biology. The separative thought structure which is the totality of man's t...

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7 Scorpions : Rebellion

By: Mike Saxton

... unsure of how it works.” Dr. Erinyes smiled. “ Are you familiar with the quantum feld my dear?” She wished he would stop calling her that, but for ... ...ow with modifying reactions from people by manipulating vibrations in the quantum feld. I have to say that the Seekers are an example of a great suc... ...tches movement before it catches shapes, but Adrian wasn’t thinking about biology at that mo- ment and yelped out loud, fring her gun when she saw so...

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Evolution: A Scientifically-Guided Thought Experiment : Evolution by Other Means...? Book One

By: Maria B. O'Hare

...ether and in the end, a fascinating, elegant and surprisingly uncomplicated tapestry of biological complexity emerged, but with a somewhat unexpected quantum twist. In many ways, perhaps the best way to explain what essentially emerged as the overarching and cohesive principle, would be to use the concept of the Matryoshka Principle of nested scales of complexity (akin...

... and Co-Director of Computational Physiology) sums up the situation quite succinctly in the following: PHYSIOLOGY IS ROCKING THE FOUNDATIONS OF BIOLOGY In this article, I will show that all the central assumptions of the Modern Synthesis (often also called Neo-Darwinism) have been disproved. Moreover, they have been disproved in ways that raise the tantalizing prosp...

...the other coding system of life CHAPTER THREE Alexander Graham Cairns-Smith Turing (Born 1931) THE POSSIBLE ORIGINS OF NATURE’S FIRST CRYSTALINE (QUANTUM) COMPUTERS CHAPTER FOUR Karl Ernst Von Baer (1792-1876) EMBRYOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT MIRRORS DEVELOPMENT OF THE SPECIES ON DIFFERENT SCALES CHAPTER FIVE Jean-Baptiste Lamarck (1744-1829) THE ORIGINAL NATURAL EVOL...

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The Path of Splitness

By: Indrek Pringi

...rks. Science found that in the study of the smallest things in the Universe: Quantum physics, there is no uniformity on the smallest subatomic leve... ...ental design of organic cells splitting is nothing new. Anyone who has taken Biology will recognize it. How organic cells split, how Life works is ... ...heir facts into unconnected, detached, fields of bullshit called Physics, and Biology, and Organic Chemistry. Then they isolate the facts inside ea... ...quation ever used in mathematics, in technology, in Physics, in Astronomy, in Biology, in Particle Physics is wrong… They will have to admit that al... ...a profound insight like that. You have to go to University and specialize in biology to learn that… huh? Somebody explain this to me… I don’t unde... ...he Laws of Nature, and chosen to ignore the Laws of the Universe, the laws of Biology, the laws of Physics and the Laws of Evolution… Because we do ...

...: Basic aspects and dynamics of the Organic Universe and Organic Life. 3: The origins of modern humans going back 25 million years. 4: Human Psycho-biology. 5: The beginnings of civilization. 6: The effect of civilization upon humans. 7: Death, the existence of evil and its effect on humans. Offered as a free E-book at: http://thepathofsplitness.com/ ...

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Multispace & Multistructure Neutrosophic Transdisciplinary : 100 Collected Papers of Sciences : Volume 4

By: Florentin Smarandache

...l System, by V. Christianto, F. Smarandache..................28 3. Open and Solved Elementary Questions in Astronomy, by Florentin Smarandache.. 36 BIOLOGY......................................40 4. Statistical Modeling of Primary Ewing Tumors of the Bone, by Sreepurna Malakar, Florentin Smarandache, Sukanto Bhattacharya, in in , Vol. 3, No. JJ05, 81-88, 2005..............

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Multispace & Multistructure Neutrosophic Transdisciplinary : 100 Collected Papers of Sciences : Volume 4

By: Florentin Smarandache

...l System, by V. Christianto, F. Smarandache..................28 3. Open and Solved Elementary Questions in Astronomy, by Florentin Smarandache.. 36 BIOLOGY......................................40 4. Statistical Modeling of Primary Ewing Tumors of the Bone, by Sreepurna Malakar, Florentin Smarandache, Sukanto Bhattacharya, in in , Vol. 3, No. JJ05, 81-88, 2005..............

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

By: Ph.D. Albert Martini

...rd ATOM was chosen to celebrate the existence of a majestic and enigmatic entity, which transcends human intelligence and imagination, and enters the QUANTUM REALM of the supernatural with lucid integrity and harmony. The word SCIENTIST was used to bring to the forefront the magnificent SCIENTISTS, to whom we pay tribute and dedicate this book with admiration, gratitude ...

...omic Physics. Proposed the Quantized Atomic Model from the Physics point of view. MAX K. PLANCK (1858-1947) German Physicist 307 Proposed the Quantum Theory. ARNOLD J. SOMMERFELD (1868-1951) German Physicist 312 Proposed the Elliptical Orbits for BOHR’S Electrons.   THE FIVE GREAT SCIENTIFIC DEVELOPMENTS OF THE 20TH CENTURY 315 FIVE GREAT SCIENTIFIC DEVELOPM...

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Speculations and Physics

By: Sam Vaknin, Ph. D.

...ty of Simplicity IV. Bestowed Existence V. The Decoherence of Measurement VI. The Quantum of Continuity VII. Quantum Mechanics and Superstring The... ...ame Being - distant echoes of the new versions of the Many Worlds Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics). Still, why do we, intelligent conscious obs... ... recently. These intuitive assertions can be easily converted into a formalism. In Quantum Mechanics, the State Vector can be constrained to collap... ... the time, on all scales of measurement. Therefore, we are forced to conclude that quantum events are guided by some non-random principle (such as ... ...on-random principle (such as the increase in order). This, exactly, is the case in biology. There is no reason in principle why not to construct a ... ...ave a real and independent existence thereafter (the Copenhagen interpretation of a Quantum Mechanics). Still, these twin notions of simplicity and ... ...antic, divergent changes in where the system "settles down" (finds a solution). In biology Gould and others have modified the theory of evolution ... ... "sciences" (e.g., to economics and psychology) and even to more robust fields like biology or medicine. Yet no one disputes the existence of econom... ...ts that a super-intellect has monkeyed with physics, as well as with chemistry and biology, and that there are no blind forces worth speaking about...

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Kabbalah, Science and the Meaning of Life

By: Rav Michael Laitman

.........................................................9 Part I: Kabbalah Meets Quantum Physics .......................................15 Attendees of ... ...Between Kabbalah and Science ...............................................56 Quantum Theory ........................................................... ............................................................70 The Credibility of Quantum Theory .......................................79 Part II: The E... ...mise that time and space were absolute. In the 1930s, another theory emerged: Quantum Mechan- ics, also known as Quantum Theory. This spurred an ongo... ...surements yielded only ap- proximate, quantitative results, probabilities that Quantum The- ory calculations would interpret. Quantum Theory was able ... ...a mere machine evolved as an offshoot of research in physics, chemistry, and biology. Eventually, physicists produced a perception that hu- mans are... ...n this mechanical worldview. Until the 1930’s, the predominant belief was that biology was different from all other sciences. It was believed that al... ...living entity that was not mere matter. However, the evolution of contemporary biology could take place only after it was decided to discard the idea... ...eering, T H E C R E D I B I L I T Y O F Q UA N T U M T H E O RY 81 molecular biology, and pharmacology progressed through the life- less mechanistic...

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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

...o Measure the Speed of Gravitation. . . . . . . . . . . . 3 F. Smarandache Quantum Quasi-Paradoxes and Quantum Sorites Paradoxes. . . 7 F. Smarandache... ...Measure the Speed of Gravitation April, 2005 PROGRESS IN PHYSICS Volume 1 Quantum Quasi-Paradoxes and Quantum Sorites Paradoxes Florentin Smarandache... ...d many paradoxes or quasi-paradoxes that may occur from the combination of quantum and non-quantum worlds in physics. Even the passage from the micro-... ...h is not completely proven as a paradox. We present herein four elementary quantum quasi-paradoxes and their corresponding quantum Sorites paradoxes, ... ...s and their corresponding quantum Sorites paradoxes, which form a class of quantum quasi-paradoxes. 1 Introduction According to the Dictionary of Math... ...have many applications, as well in physics as in other sciences, including biology [4]. It has been used, in particular, to suggest a new solution to ...

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Cyclopedia of Economics

By: Sam Vaknin

...ed. The egg and sperm can be compared to the famous wave function (state vector) in quantum mechanics – the represent millions of potential final st... ... false, superfluous and superficial. Sociobiology is already blurring these lines. Quantum Mechanics has taught us that we can say nothing about wh... ...ame Being - distant echoes of the new versions of the Many Worlds Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics). Still, why do we, intelligent conscious ob... ... recently. These intuitive assertions can be easily converted into a formalism. In Quantum Mechanics, the State Vector can be constrained to collap... ... the time, on all scales of measurement. Therefore, we are forced to conclude that quantum events are guided by some non-random principle (such as ... ...on-random principle (such as the increase in order). This, exactly, is the case in biology. There is no reason in principle why not to construct a ... ...y the Jews attest to the veracity of this discovery. Judaism is founded on shared biology as much as shared history and customs. As a religion, it... ...antic, divergent changes in where the system "settles down" (finds a solution). In biology Gould and others have modified the theory of evolution t... ...s will be to preserve and transfer knowledge through time. It is called "memory" in biology - and "archive" in library science. The history of the I...

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Cyclopedia of Philosophy

By: Sam Vaknin

...ed. The egg and sperm can be compared to the famous wave function (state vector) in quantum mechanics – the represent millions of potential final st... ... false, superfluous and superficial. Sociobiology is already blurring these lines. Quantum Mechanics has taught us that we can say nothing about wh... ...ame Being - distant echoes of the new versions of the Many Worlds Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics). Still, why do we, intelligent conscious ob... ... recently. These intuitive assertions can be easily converted into a formalism. In Quantum Mechanics, the State Vector can be constrained to collap... ... the time, on all scales of measurement. Therefore, we are forced to conclude that quantum events are guided by some non-random principle (such as ... ...on-random principle (such as the increase in order). This, exactly, is the case in biology. There is no reason in principle why not to construct a ... ...y the Jews attest to the veracity of this discovery. Judaism is founded on shared biology as much as shared history and customs. As a religion, it... ...antic, divergent changes in where the system "settles down" (finds a solution). In biology Gould and others have modified the theory of evolution t... ...s will be to preserve and transfer knowledge through time. It is called "memory" in biology - and "archive" in library science. The history of the I...

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

By: Florentin Smarandache

... where t=time, s=space, etc., that's why the neutrosophic logic can be used in quantum physics. The Dynamic Neutrosophic Calculus can be used in ps... ... Physics Examples: a) For example the Schrodinger’s Cat Theory says that the quantum state of a photon can basically be in more than one place in ... ...the same time, which translated to the neutrosophic set means that an element (quantum state) belongs and does not belong to a set (one place) in the... ...ongs and does not belong to a set (one place) in the same time; or an element (quantum state) belongs to two different sets (two different places) in... ...nger’s Equation on the behavior of electromagnetic waves and “matter waves” in quantum theory, the wave function Psi that describes the superposition... ... our experiments (the same 'reproductive' concept that is used in evolutionary biology) was actually a simplified overall value - survival. From thi... ...n in Hierarchically Organized Biological Systems. Studies in the Philosophy of Biology, F.J. Ayala & T. Dobzhansky (ed.). Macmillan Press. [6] Can...

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A Unifying Field in Logics : Neutrosophic Logic. Neutrosophy, Neutrosophic Set, Neutrosophic Probability

By: Florentin Smarandache

...e t=time, s=space, etc., that's why the neutrosophic logic can be used in quantum physics. The Dynamic Neutrosophic Calculus can be used in psycholo... ...ral networks, evolutionary programming, neutrosophic dynamic systems, and quantum mechanics. Especially in quantum theory there is an uncertai... ...is of positive, negative, and neutral propositions. This should be called Quantum Philosophy. In nuclear fission a free neutron strongly intera... ... of n folks, when everybody talks? We know without knowing. In biology which one, the fixist theory or evolutionist theory of beings, is t... ...04). c) Also, one mentions the Grand Unified Theory, which is a unified quantum field theory of the electromagnetic, weak, and strong interactions... ...to catch the mysterious world of the atom, where the determinism fails; in quantum mechanics we are dealing with systems having an infinite number of...

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Bail Yourself Out

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...h; we only need to add that B element to the cur- riculum: Balance. Thus, biology will still be biology, flavored with an explanation of how the int... ...a sense of urgency to change today’s lame system. Anyone who ever studied biology knows that a healthy cell gives its utmost support to its host or... ...e entity divided into separate beings. Today the cutting-edge science of quantum physics states a very similar idea: that at the most fundamental l...

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Neutrosophic Dialogues

By: Florentin Smarandache

...lly appears in current cognitive, information, system sciences, economics, quantum dynamics, and so on; to reform current sciences, natural or social... ...pearing in current cognitive, information, system sciences, and economics, quantum dynamics, and so on; to reform current sciences, natural or social... ...conception ideology; no way to be extended and opened to a general level. Quantum dynamics, semantic concepts, logic and knowledge are not exact in n... ... Hegel, and is seeking all possible joint ventures. People found limits in quantum dynamics, (Western) literature and art, cognitive science, informa... ...tality of invisible particles. (Science has the multilateral knowledge to quantum: Every quantum is of the property of wave-corpuscle duality.) Th... ...ous ways of understanding the same thing, why impose on a computer?) In biology which one, the fixist theory or the evolutionist theory of beings, ...

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Trendsiters Digital Content and Web Technologies

By: Sam Vaknin

...onths and an exponential series ensues. Organic-biological-DNA computers, quantum computers, chaos computers - prompted by vast profits and spawned ... ...nted five centuries ago. Many would say that they constitute a far larger quantum leap. As opposed to their print equivalents, e-books are public go... ...But in a synergistic way, computing may actually be driven by advances in biology which are making it possible, as scientists learn more about DNA a... ...d may lead to new materials with exceptional qualities. - Medicine, biology, and materials science. For example, the use of transgenic goats to... ...to preserve and transfer knowledge through time. It is called "memory" in biology - and "archive" in library science. The history of the Internet is... ...onths and an exponential series ensues. Organic-biological-DNA computers, quantum computers, chaos computers - prompted by vast profits and spawned ... .... One does not to be a lawyer to discuss the law, the way one has to be a quantum physicist to discuss string theory. The law has one thing in common... ..., anyhow, a weak, non-rigorous requirement which cannot be formalized). Quantum mechanics is the branch of physics which describes the microcosm. I... ...to preserve and transfer knowledge through time. It is called "memory" in biology - and "archive" in library science. The history of the Internet is...

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Information Technology Tales

By: Brad Bradford

...abes, we assimilate the knowledge to make sense of speech. (Schools of biology differ on how humans acquired speech but agree that the synapsid—a... ...olars in such different fields of study as mathematics, medicine, botany, biology, zoology, geography, history, and navigation. Astronomers were q... ...three scientists awarded a 1998 Nobel Prize for discovering a new form of quantum fluid. His book The Crime of Reason, And the Closing of the Scie...

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Information Technology Tales

By: Brad Bradford

... babes, we assimilate the knowledge to make sense of speech. (Schools of biology differ on how humans acquired speech but agree that the synapsid—a... ...olars in such different fields of study as mathematics, medicine, botany, biology, zoology, geography, history, and navigation. Astronomers were qui... ...three scientists awarded a 1998 Nobel Prize for discovering a new form of quantum fluid. His book The Crime of Reason, And the Closing of the Scient...

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Fuzzy Relational Maps and Neutrosophic Relational Maps

By: W. B. Vasantha Kandasamy and Florentin Smarandache

...ase. Physics Examples a) For example the Schrodinger’s Theory says that the quantum state of a photon can basically be in more than one place in... ...the same time, which translated to the neutrosophic set means that an element (quantum state) belongs and does not belong to a set (one place) in t... ...longs and does not belong to a set (one place) in the same time; or an element (quantum state) belongs to two different sets (two different places) ... ...inger’s Equation on the behavior of electromagnetic waves and “matter waves” in quantum theory, the wave function Psi which describes the superposit... ...tter describe, using the attribute “neutrosophic” than “fuzzy” or any others, a quantum particle that neither exists nor non-exists? 224 b) H... ...es of Copernicus (astronomy), Newton (mechanics), Lavoisier (chemistry) Darwin (biology), Maxwell (electromagnetism), Einstein (mechanics) and Godel...

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Noi Functii in Teoria Numerelor

By: Florentin Smarandache

...ase. Physics Examples a) For example the Schrodinger’s Theory says that the quantum state of a photon can basically be in more than one place in... ...the same time, which translated to the neutrosophic set means that an element (quantum state) belongs and does not belong to a set (one place) in t... ...longs and does not belong to a set (one place) in the same time; or an element (quantum state) belongs to two different sets (two different places) ... ...inger’s Equation on the behavior of electromagnetic waves and “matter waves” in quantum theory, the wave function Psi which describes the superposit... ...tter describe, using the attribute “neutrosophic” than “fuzzy” or any others, a quantum particle that neither exists nor non-exists? 224 b) H... ...es of Copernicus (astronomy), Newton (mechanics), Lavoisier (chemistry) Darwin (biology), Maxwell (electromagnetism), Einstein (mechanics) and Godel...

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Tokyo to Tijuana: Gabriele Departing America

By: Steven David Justin Sills

...d found himself a grown man listening to a university professor's lecture on biology, so the sunlight of this day's slight 2:00 descent vaporized the ... ...act that one was all alone dancing in an empty room of a lunatic asylum. The quantum theory of her life -- the forces that drove her away from humanit...

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

By: Dr. Albert Martini

...rd ATOM was chosen to celebrate the existence of a majestic and enigmatic entity, which transcends human intelligence and imagination, and enters the QUANTUM REALM of the supernatural with lucid integrity and harmony. The word SCIENTIST was used to bring to the forefront the magnificent SCIENTISTS, to whom we pay tribute and dedicate this book with admiration, gratitude ...

...EL from the Physics point of view. MAX KARL PLANCK (1858-1947) German Physicist ................................................... 308 Proposed the QUANTUM THEORY, which revolutionized the WORLD of PHYSICS. ARNOLD JOHANNES SOMMERFELD (1868-1951) German Physicist ................. 313 Proposed the ELLIPTICAL ORBITS for BOHR’S Electrons. XX THE FIVE GREAT SCIENTIFIC D...

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The Renaissance of Science : The Story of the Cell and Biology : Revised Edition

By: Dr. Albert Martini

...e sciences. Fundamental and historical development in the sciences. Great ideas that revolutionize our scientific world. The story of the cell and Biology. The birth of modern Biology. The rise of the modern University and experimental stations. The cell as the basic building block of life. The origin of life. The development of microbiology and microscopy. The ge...

...TABLE OF CONTENTS THE STORY OF THE CELL AND BIOLOGY……………………..1 THE CELL IS THE BASIC BUILDING UNIT OF THE BIOLOGICAL WORLD INTRODUCTION 1 ABSTRACT ON THE CONCEPT OF PERSPECTIVE AND SENSE OF DUTY 4 THE CONCEPT OF SCIENCE 5 A SCIENCE REPRESENTS A BODY OF K...

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