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

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

...ness. This went on and on, day after day. Whenever I sat, it started—this vibration like an epileptic fit or something. Not even an epileptic fit; it... ...ion—ionization, if I may use your scientific term. Thought is, after all, vibration. When this kind of ionization of thought takes place it sometimes... ... mouth because that is what is moving and the ears will receive the sound vibrations. There is nothing inside which links up the two and says that i... ...tening, when you leave the sense of hearing alone all that is there is the vibration of the sound. The words repeat themselves inside of you as in an... ...g. All that the other person's words can possibly be to you is a noise, a vibration picked up by the eardrum and transferred to the nerves which run ... ...ansferred to the nerves which run to the brain. You are translating those vibrations all the time trying to understand because you want to get someth... ...onse to the sound. The sound sets in motion the tympanum. So it is just a vibration. You really don't know what he is talking about. This is a physio... ...eath, literally to death, or damage something. Thought is a very powerful vibration, an extraordinary vibration. It is like an atom. You can't play ... ...ndependent existence of its own apart from pleasure and pain. The various vibrations affecting the body may differ in intensity but it is you who div...

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L'histoire et ses règles

By: Ph.D. Vladimir Petrov Kostov

... en hollandais. A ce propos on peut observer que le nom de son adversaire Arthur Wellesley, duc de Wellington, était un peu mieux en accord avec les vibrations du nom du champ de bataille – sur les huit lettres de « Waterloo », cinq sont contenues dans « Wellington » et cinq dans « Bonaparte », mais les premières lettres de « Waterloo » et « Wellington » sont les mêmes. ...

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Today's Take on Einstein's Relativity

By: Homer B. Titon and Florentin Smarandache

... polarization refers to the direction and characteristics of the light wave vibration; - if one uses the entanglement phenomenon, in order to tran... ...molecules, and crystals have an orbital or energy structure that depends on vibrations or waves, apparently trapped in a potential, while planets, m... ...metric shapes, local curvature (the equivalent of a potential), and natural vibrations on the ("new') geometric shapes. These new ideas can account ... ... Light is an infinite extent space-form structure which carries energy as a vibration which moves along its infinite extent space-form. Within a met... ... The neutron gives the infinite extent light space-form its energetic (or vibration) signature. That is, the neutrino's infinite extent is rela... ...ansition, so that the energy identifying toral (neutron-like) shape forms a vibrational spherical shell which moves along the infinite extent (light... ...ectral set for the periodic functions. Spectra - The natural lengths of vibration of a physical system. Sets of space-forms can also identify sp... ...us. Resonance - A property that two systems (that have the same natural vibrations) have, such that one of these systems will start vibrating wh... ...ric, namely, the usual formula of Pythagoras. Eigenvalues - The natural vibrations of a physical system, eg the natural lengths of vibration of ...

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Principa Mathematica

By: Isaac Newton

...f; Gg fpatia zqualia perbrevia per quz pun& illa motu reciproco fingulis vibrationibus eunt & redcunr ; gt p, y loca quwis intermedia eornn- dem ... ...Per hujus circumferentiam totam cum Partibus fuis exponatur reinpus totum vibrationis unius PRINXPIA MAT~EMATI~A. 367 unius cum ipfius partibus ... ...e redeundo per E ad L’, iifdem accelerationis ac retar- dationis gradibus vibrationes fingulas peraget cum ofcillante pendu- IO. Probandum eit quod ... ...m, LB ; quoniam pun&a E, F, G . motibus fimilibus fucceffive agitantur, & vibrationes f~~iiras integras ex itu Sr reditu compofitas interea peragunt... ... vis acce- Ieratrix lineok phyfic’t’ E y, eit ut ipfius difiantia a medio vibrationis loco L-L Proinde tempus (per prop. XXXVIII. lib. I.) rekIe exp... ...urol. Hint patet quad numerus ptilfuuum propagatorum idem fit’ cum numero vibrationum corporis tremuli, neque multiplicatur in .~orum pl-0grefTu. Na... ...ocis SF) & S, a vi elaika qu~t3 ipfius ponderi aequetur ; pera, get haec vibrationes hgulas quo tem- pore endem in cycloide, cujus peri- meter tot... ...ongitude pendub Zquetur dimidio arcui cycloidis _. torius ; fbret tcmpus vibrationis unius ad tenj-pus of- cillationis penduli, cujus Inngitudo eiE... ...impelluntur, ht reciprs- ce in fubdrrplicata ratione virium, erit ternpus vibrationis ullius, UT- gente vi illa elnikica, ad telnpus vibrationis, ur...

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