The Dynamic Ether of Cosmic Space

The Dynamic Ether of Cosmic Space

Author: DeMeo James

Publisher:

ISBN: 0997405716

Category: Ether (Space)

Page: 408

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The Cosmic Ether Changes Everything! The historical ether-drift experiments obtained positive results for an ether wind and light-speed variation of 5 to 18 kilometers per second. This negates most of modern astrophysical theory, including Einstein's relativity, the big-bang, black holes, and more. An historical survey of original publications.

Acorns: Windows High-Tide Foghat

Acorns: Windows High-Tide Foghat

Author: Joshua Morris

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781475966954

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 1058

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Acorns delineates the future of humanity as a reunification of intellect with the Deep Self. Having chosen to focus upon ego (established securely by the time of Christ), much more beta brain wave development will destroy our species and others, which process has already begun. We create our own realities through beliefs, intents and desires and we were in and out of probabilities constantly. Feelings follow beliefs, not the other way around.

The Philosophy of the Young Kant

The Philosophy of the Young Kant

Author: Martin Schonfeld

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0198030282

Category: Philosophy

Page: 378

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This intellectual biography of Immanuel Kant's early years-- from 1746 when he wrote his first book, to 1766 when he lost his faith in metaphysics --makes an outstanding contribution to Kant scholarship. Schönfeld meticulously examines most of Kant's early works, summarizes their content, and exhibits their shortcomings and strengths. He places the early theories in their historical context and describes the scientific discoveries and philosophical innovations that distinguish Kant's pre-critical works. Schönfeld argues that these works were all aspects of a single project carried out by Kant to reconcile metaphysical and scientific perspectives and combine them into a coherent model of nature.

Cosmic Sound and Our Creation

Cosmic Sound and Our Creation

Author: Kiran Mehta

Publisher: Kiran

ISBN: 9781505249330

Category:

Page: 184

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The self-emanating impulses of cosmic sound Om is the word of God eternal in nature. Primary source of all creation, it gives rise to the cosmic mind, the subtle vibratory field of living cosmic intelligence. It gradually differentiates into sacred derivative sounds called Matrikas, the efficient cause of this physical phenomenon made of mind and matter.Cosmic mind thinks through these energies and carries out intricate creative processes using their mystic powers. They variously combine to form descending energy streams that create various sentient levels and all material elements.The book explains how they act in our creation and their inherent relation with the subtle system of our being. They rule the psychic centers, Chakras that determine all aspects of our life and characterize our role in this creation. This knowledge makes us realize that entire manifestation is the verbal play of Divine.

The Worldwide List of Alternative Theories and Critics

The Worldwide List of Alternative Theories and Critics

Author: Jean de Climont

Publisher: Editions d Assailly

ISBN: 9782902425174

Category: Science

Page: 2504

View: 307

This list (only avalailable in english language) includes scientists involved in scientific fields. The 2021 issue of this directory includes the scientists found in the Internet. The scientists of the directory are only those involved in physics (natural philosophy). The list includes about 10 000 names of scientists (doctors or diplome engineers for more than 70%). Their position is shortly presented together with their proposed alternative theory when applicable. There are more than 2500 authors of such theories, all amazingly very different from one another. Ce répertoire, exclusivement disponible en langue anglaise, inclut les scientifiques, exclusivement dans le domaine de la physique. L'édition 2021 de cette liste comporte près de 10 000 noms de scientifiques, (docteurs ou ingénieurs à plus de 70%). Elle précise leur position de manière succincte et expose, le cas échéant, les lignes directrices de la solution alternative qu'ils proposent. Il y a ainsi plus de 2500 auteurs de telles théories, toutes remarquablement différentes.

Enchanting Beauty

Enchanting Beauty

Author: Dr. Manisha Kshirsagar

Publisher: Lotus Press

ISBN: 9780940676336

Category:

Page: 310

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Dr. Manisha Kshirsagar brings her vast knowledge of Ayurvedic medicine together with her expertise as an esthetician to give us the foundation for beauty that radiates from the inside out. A life long guide to inner and outer beauty. - Deepak Chopra, MD Enchanting Beauty by Dr. Manisha Kshirsagar is an excellent Ayurvedic guidebook for promoting inner and outer beauty, happiness and health for women of all ages. It is an important addition to the existing Ayurvedic literature and adds much new information and insight in an easy accessible form. - David Frawley, Author of The Yoga of Herbs

Evolution of Dynamical Structures in Complex Systems

Evolution of Dynamical Structures in Complex Systems

Author: Rudolf Friedrich

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783642847813

Category: Science

Page: 415

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"Evolution of Dynamical Structures in Complex Systems" is dedicated to the founder of synergetics, Hermann Haken, on the occasion of his 65th birthday. This volume is an attempt to gather together and review the new results and de velopments achieved by researchers from various fields during the last few years. The contents bear witness to the great success in the development of general approaches to synergetic systems as well as remarkable progress in the more tra ditional fields of synergetics such as lasers and nonlinear optics, hydrodynamics, condensed matter physics, biology, and sociology. Since their inception, the concepts of synergetics and rigorous mathematical theories have been extended to other scientific disciplines such as medicine, artifi cial intelligence and synergetic computers, and psychology. Here too, these ideas have yielded new insights, raised unexpected questions and produced innovations in both theoretical and experimental projects. The conception of self-organization, the central theme of Hermann Haken' s scientific work, has stimulated epistemo logical studies that draw relations between synergetics and the German romantic "Naturphilosophie". It is fascinating to observe how these intuitive notions of self-organization, etc., have now evolved into a precise and holistic scientific comprehension of synergetic systems. We express our deep gratitude to Dr. Angela Lahee from Springer-Verlag for her valuable help during the preparation of this book. Stuttgart R. Frjedrjch March 1992 .4.. Wunder}jn Contents Part I General Approaches On the Principles of Synergetics By A. Wunderlin ...................................... 3 Elements of a Synergetics of Evolutionary Processes By W. Ebeling ......................... . . . . . . . . . . .. . . 42 .

From Energy to Information

From Energy to Information

Author: Bruce Clarke

Publisher: Stanford University Press

ISBN: 0804742103

Category: Science

Page: 466

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This book offers an innovative examination of the interactions of science and technology, art, and literature in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Scholars in the history of art, literature, architecture, computer science, and media studies focus on five historical themes in the transition from energy to information: thermodynamics, electromagnetism, inscription, information theory, and virtuality. Different disciplines are grouped around specific moments in the history of science and technology in order to sample the modes of representation invented or adapted by each field in response to newly developed scientific concepts and models. By placing literary fictions and the plastic arts in relation to the transition from the era of energy to the information age, this collection of essays discovers unexpected resonances among concepts and materials not previously brought into juxtaposition. In particular, it demonstrates the crucial centrality of the theme of energy in modernist discourse. Overall, the volume develops the scientific and technological side of the shift from modernism to postmodernism in terms of the conceptual crossover from energy to information. The contributors are Christoph Asendorf, Ian F. A. Bell, Robert Brain, Bruce Clarke, Charlotte Douglas, N. Katherine Hayes, Linda Dalrymple Henderson, Bruce J. Hunt, Douglas Kahn, Timothy Lenoir, W. J. T. Mitchell, Marcos Novak, Edward Shanken, Richard Shiff, David Tomas, Sha Xin Wei, and Norton Wise.

Cosmological Aesthetics through the Kantian Sublime and Nietzschean Dionysian

Cosmological Aesthetics through the Kantian Sublime and Nietzschean Dionysian

Author: Erman Kaplama

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9780761862598

Category: Philosophy

Page: 222

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Comparing the Kantian sublime and Nietzschean Dionysian, Erman Kaplama introduces two new principles to philosophy of art: transition and motion. Drawing on the Heraclitean logos and phusis, he explores the notion of transition (Übergang) in Kant’s Opus Postumum and revises the idea of nature as the principle of motion (phusis).