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Veritas Neo: The New Vision for a New Reality

By: Kee

...only can information pass from one to another or vice versa, but that the vibrations or resonance in one can be felt in another, and in most cases c... ...rates the idea of karma: something happens here, it sets up a sympathetic vibration, maybe not for you here in your immediate effect, but it reverbe...

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The Myth of Ulysses and Secondary Beauty

By: Antonio Mercurio

...his contact does not come about through the senses, but rather through the vibrations that this beauty emanates, and that we must train ourselves to...

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The Kaluza Concept

By: Keith Young

...8 is made are brought under one umbrella, and are accounted for by string vibrations. Thus, a cosmic symphony exists! But initially, this... ...re to use six whole dimensions “merely” as a resonance chamber for string vibrations, even though these do determine the most fundamental characte... ...d phase seems to rely upon the physical brain for its existence, upon the vibration of molecules in the neurone cell walls emitting virtual photons... ...state of consciousness is formed by the emission of virtual photons by the vibration of molecules in the neurone cell walls. According to string th... ... apparent energy/mass level of the realities closest in energy levels (or vibrational level!) to that of the one we happen to inhabit? So! On ...

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Speculations and Physics

By: Sam Vaknin, Ph. D.

...re resolved) and "stabilize" as folds, wrinkles, knots, or flaps of spacetime. The vibrations of strings in string theories are their probabilities... ...ies in this theory (described in a wave function). The allowed, netted resonances (vibrations) of the strings are derived from sub-Planck length qu... ...s are interference patterns. D-branes are the probability fields of all possible vibrations. The Universe A 12 dimensional universe is postulate... ...s). They move across the surface their "worldsheet". They vibrate and each type of vibration is characterized by a number which we otherwise know ... ...er which we otherwise know as a quantum number (such as spin or mass). Thus, reach vibrational modes, with its distinct set of quantum number corre... ...forming, minuscule, open or closed, strings with a given - and finite - length. The vibrations of these entities yields both the four elementary for... ...form. Closed strings are bound by boundary conditions (such as the period of their vibration). Open strings also succumb to boundary conditions kno... ...hat the geometrical form of the curled dimensions determines the possible modes of vibration (i.e., which particle masses and charges are possible)... ...here will be closely spaced energy states, which correspond to the number of waves (vibrations) of the string and its length, and widely spaced ener...

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Cyclopedia of Philosophy

By: Sam Vaknin

...c sense: a one to one mapping of the reflected. I intend it more as a resonance, a vibration in tune with the piece of the real world that it relat... ...e resolved) and "stabilize" as folds, wrinkles, knots, or flaps of spacetime. The vibrations of strings in string theories are their probabilities... ...ties in this theory (described in a wave function). The allowed, netted resonances (vibrations) of the strings are derived from sub-Planck length qu... ...ts are interference patterns. D-branes are the probability fields of all possible vibrations. The Universe A 12 dimensional universe is postulate... ...s). They move across the surface their "worldsheet". They vibrate and each type of vibration is characterized by a number which we otherwise know a... ...er which we otherwise know as a quantum number (such as spin or mass). Thus, reach vibrational modes, with its distinct set of quantum number corre... ...orming, minuscule, open or closed, strings with a given - and finite - length. The vibrations of these entities yields both the four elementary for... ...form. Closed strings are bound by boundary conditions (such as the period of their vibration). Open strings also succumb to boundary conditions kno... ...hat the geometrical form of the curled dimensions determines the possible modes of vibration (i.e., which particle masses and charges are possible)...

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Paradoxism and Postmodernism in Florenitin Smarandache's Work

By: Ion Soare

...rite could have many explanations and significance. The beginning of figures’ vibration will have , however, for the mathematician Smarandache, an i...

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Fourth International Anthology on Paradoxism

By: Florentin Smarandache

...uer la loi... 38 JEAN MICHEL NIGER (France) Distiques parodoxistes VIBRATION ça avance sur place AMOUR EXTREME l’intime étrangèr... ... music of the musics? Doesn’t this fat woman know that the whole Universe is vibration and incantation? “Mad flag!” “Waggish mower!” “Bonjourists ...

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Sophist

By: Plato

...h Not being; he has no idea of progression by antagonism, or of the Hegelian vibration of moments: he would not have said with Heracleitus, ‘All thing... ...ly be described as an alternation of opposites or figured to the mind by the vibrations of a pendulum. Even in Aristotle and Plato, rightly understood...

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Phaedo

By: Plato

..., can never utter a note at variance with the ten sions and relaxations and vibrations and other affections of the strings out of which she is compos...

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