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by Robert A. Sungenis, Robert J. Bennett

Year: 2009
ISBN: 0984185941
ISBN: 978-0984185948



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by Peter K. Bros

Pages: 196
Publisher: Financial Book Partners
Year: 1994
ISBN: 0962776947
ISBN: 978-0962776946

Websites: www.copernican-series.com/weatherp.html

When Newton was faced with explaining what made the planets orbit the sun, he couldn't! He therefore left it up to God to keep the planets moving. Although Newton didn't bother grappling with the question of what made the Earth rotate, Laplace, in trying to eliminate God as the cause of planetary orbiting, used the notion that the planets condensed out of a swirling mass of gas to explain both orbiting and rotation. Today, the conservation of motion in closed systems has been added to obscure the fact that we have no better explanation for planetary orbiting and rotation than Newton's God! In our ignorance of what causes the planets to orbit and rotate, we have used historical forces, forces which are not subject to direct analysis, to explain planetary movement. If historical forces are causing the Earth to rotate, then anything that would cause friction with the Earth's surface would cause it to slow down. Because the atmosphere hasn't slowed the Earth down, the argument goes, it can't be causing friction with the surface of the Earth. This, of course, is absurd, requiring the notion that the particles of air that make up the atmosphere were put in motion as a result of the historical swirling mass of gas! Absurdity, however, has not precluded slavishly applying the assumption of Newton's historic momentum to the atmosphere in current attempts to explain the weather, obscuring explanations of how the weather really works! The author, using the atom modeled in Atoms, Stars and Minds: Synthesizing an Elementary Particle That Comprehends Itself explains how the winds originate from the movement of air masses between the equator and the poles, and shows how heat is transferred by the interaction of oxygen and hydrogen atoms in the air masses as they move the atoms through the environment to produce the weather.

Empirical science can't explain why the wind blows! The reason that empirical science is ignorant of this aspect of the weather, as well as the nature of clouds, the myth of evaporation and the movement of heat in the atmosphere is because Newtonianism prohibits reality from intruding into weather models which, while becoming more computerized and more complex, can't explain the simplest thing about the weather, why clouds move faster in the direction of the Earth's rotation the further north or south they move from the equator, in short, what causes the jet stream. Newton and his heirs claim, as a result of pure ignorance, that the Earth's rotation results from historical forces, that it gained its momentum from the mythical swirling mass of gas out of which our solar system was supposed to have condensed, the swirling mass of gas being substituted in the less religious late 18th century for Newton's God coming back periodically to give the planets a boost. If the planet's rotation is the result of historical forces, then if its surface were allowed to interact with the atmosphere, the atmosphere would produce a drag on the rotation that would long ago have slowed the Earth down to a standstill as far as motion around its axis is concerned. This conclusion is dictated by the fact that empirical science, unable to deal with the hidden forces that cause the motion around us, simply ignores those forces, eliminating them as properties of matter or historical events like the big bang or the swirling mass of gas. If the atmosphere cannot be interacting with the surface of the Earth to produce a drag on the Earth's rotation, then the Earth, by the same hogwash cannot effect the motion of the atmosphere when in fact, with the Earth spinning at 25,000 miles per hour at its equator, the friction of the planet with the atmosphere causes the atmosphere to speed up to that same speed. When the atmosphere is pushed up, not by evaporation, but by the sunlight breaking down the molecules of water into its constituent hydrogen and oxygen atoms, those atoms, lighter, are forced north and south by heavier air moving down from the poles, air that has been forced back down into the lower regions where the warmth of the Earth recombines the hydrogen and oxygen atoms, producing the weather we experience. But, with respect to the atmosphere that is moving north, while the further north the air moves, the slower the surface of the Earth is moving, until at the poles it is not moving at all, but just traveling in a circle, the ice crystals of hydrogen and oxygen continue to move at 25,000 miles per hour until they are forced down into the lower regions, at which point, they are forced to slow down. Meanwhile, the air returning from the poles, having slowed down, is now being speeded up by its contact with the ever increasing speed of the Earth towards the equator, producing the interactions of weather and the wind at the lower regions. Empirical science knows nothing about the nature of reality because it ignores the current force that causes the motions that define our existence, and when it ignores current forces, it creates fictions which don't explain reality. Once we realize that the Newtonianistas are fabricators of the first order, that the surface of the Earth does interact with the atmosphere, the nature of weather becomes crystal clear and we can see How the Weather Really Works!


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by Ron Pearson

Pages: 235
Publisher: Lulu Enterprises
Year: 2010
ISBN: None

This book shows how intelligence arose in the Universe and goes on to explain all forms of psychic phenomena including how our minds survive after bodily death and where this must occur.

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by Ron Pearson

Pages: 65
Publisher: Lulu Enterprises
Year: 2010
ISBN: 978-1446630242

This book is the black & white version of the Big Breed theory of the creation of the Universe. For the lay reader this book shows by many illustrations and simple explanation how the Dark Energy Mystery was solved by the Big Breed Theory. Dark Energy is assumed by cosmologists as an explanation for the discovery that the expansion of our universe is speeding up instead of slowing down as they expected from the theory of creation described by the big bang. The latter, however, suffers from a hopelessly wrong prediction that gives a rate of expansion billions of times too high. We show how the Dark Energy Mystery was solved as spin-off due to solving the big bang's major problem. Size of universe is given for the first time!

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by Terence W. Barrett

Pages: 791
Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company
Year: 1995
ISBN: 9810220952
ISBN: 978-9810220952

This text treats what is conventionally called electromagnetism or Maxwell's theory within the context of Gauge theory or Yang-Mills theory. A major theme of the book is that fields are not stand-alone entities but are defined by their boundary conditions. It has practical relevance to efficient antenna design, understanding forces and stresses in high energy pulses, ring laser gyros, high-speed computer logic elements, efficient transfer of power, parametric conversion and many other devices and systems. Conventional electromagnetism is shown to be an underdeveloped, rather than a completely developed, field of endeavour, with major challenges in development still to be met.

Review:

... it is important to state that Barrett and Grimes have provided a excellent compendium of papers to support the paradigm shift that is occuring and must occur in physical science if we are to accelerate our understanding of the physical world. -- Fusion Information Center, Inc., 1996


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by Richard L. Ropiequet

Year: 1999

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by William M. Overn

Pages: 280
Publisher: Twin-Cities Creation Science Association
Year: 1992

Proceedings of the 1992 Twin-Cities Creation Conference, Northwestern College, Roseville, Minnesota, July 29 to August 1, 1992.

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Significance of the ancient Bardic tradition and its applications today.  Includes a guide for using music for healing in specific contexts.  Also contains historical material and interviews with working Bards.

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by Ray Tomes

Publisher: Alexandria Foundation
Year: 1997

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by Marco Mamone Capria

Pages: 537
Publisher: Edizioni Scientifische Italiane
Year: 1999
ISBN: 8881149966

"Blind commitment to a theory is not an intellectual virtue: it is an intellectual crime." - I. Lakatos

The present book developed as a selection of some of the more interesting contributions to the international conference Cartesio e la scienza - Descartes and Scientific Thought, which was held in Perugia, for the fourth centenary of the birth of Rene Descartes, from 4 to 6 of September 1996. On eof the aims of the meeting was, as explained in the "Introduction" accompanyiong the program and the abstracts, "to celebrate, by reviving it, the Cartesian spirit of unprejudiced enquiry". In fact, "in his survey of contemporary opinion, Descartes did not let himself be frightened by the assurance with which in his time (like in any other time!) the wardens of orthodoxy professed their own teachings: on the contrary, he made them pass a stringent and exacting examination, and did not refrain from declaring the invalid". Unfortunately, as it was suggested in the lines just quoted, even today the critical approach to received opinion is by no means generally appreciated as it should be. If, as Thomas Kuhn taught us, scientists are bound by their veryprofessional standing not to indulge too much in criticism of the "paradigm" they live inside and out of, most philosophers of science, too, seem to consider as a duty to accept the state of contemporary science as their theoretical horizon: science (they seem to believe) can be analysed, 'rationally reconstructed', or mined for methodilogical rules - but not questioned... - From the Introduction


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by Karim Amen Khaidarov

Publisher: Boroyoye
Year: 2003

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by Margaret Cheney

Pages: 184
Year: 2001
ISBN: 158663187X
ISBN: 978-1586631871

This is the story of a genius--the enigmatic and dramatic Nikola Tesla (1856-1943)--and his vast contributions to science. While Thomas Edison was thrilling engineers with development of the direct current motor, Tesla had already devised the far superior AC model which quickly became the worldwide industry standard. Tesla then set out to best himself by attempting large scale transfers of wireless electricity.
Tracing his life from its humble beginnings in Croatia, "Tesla - Master of Lightning" details his dramatic experiments with high voltages in New York and Colorado laboratories, his invention of radio, and his ground-breaking work in many other fields of science, including the fundamentals of computer and missile technology.

Many sidebars and 250 rare black-and-white images create an invaluable resource. Hailed by critics as the definitive work on Tesla.

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As far as I can tell, this is the most elementary book in Mathematical Logic available that also covers all of the basic material in the propositional and predicate calculus. This is the book written especially for the Midshipmen at the United States Naval Academy with the general view that it is a terminal course. Enough material is covered so that certain topics in elementary model theory can be included and all mathematical proofs are of the most elementary nature requiring no specialized mathematical procedures. Applications include a very elementary introduction to nonstandard models as they are obtained by means of the "compactness" theorem, and the generation of weak "ultrawords" and an "ultralogic" operator. A complete set of answers for all exercise problems and 6 figures in the form of gif images are included.

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by Robert L. Carroll

Pages: 275
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Year: 1960
ISBN: B000WSTM3G
ISBN: B0000CKLGW
ISBN: B000X6MQC6
ISBN: B0027KOJVW

A clear and logical introduction to the science and mechanisms of powered flight.

This book offers a new approach to the subject which is both simple and direct, an approach which is logical rather than historical. By showing that lift is directly dependent on power and by treating rocket power as the logical lift source, the author is able to give an exposition of the science and mechanisms of powered flight which is unique in its clarity and simplicity.

While providing a foundation in fluid flow and airfoil theory, the work also introduces the fundamentals of propulsion, stability, performance, design, and control. All of the practical problems of flight in the subsonic and supersonic regimes' are discussed. The presentation throughout is thoroughly modern, and many of the topics covered (e.g., rockets, the mission concept, supersonic flight, etc.) are ones which older books either neglect or treat inadequately.

The mathematical approach of the book is simple without being too elementary. In order to emphasize the practical aspects of flight, the author has included 216 problems, half of which are answered (an answer booklet for the remainder is available).

 


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by Zifeng Li

Pages: 63
Year: 2010


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by Roger E. Billings

Pages: 175
Publisher: American Academy of Science
Year: 1991/2001
ISBN: 096316340X
ISBN: 978-0963163400

Hydrogen Homestead was a project developed in 1975 in Provo, Utah demonstrating a complete hydrogen energy system. Photovoltaic solar cells produced electricity that could be stored in batteries. The electricity from the solar cells powered electrodes that electrolyze water into Oxygen and Hydrogen. The Hydrogen was stored in a metal hydride of Iron-Titanium and Manganese (55% Ti, 44%Fe, 5% Mn), whose weight top out at 3950 lbs and the vessel store 68 pounds of hydrogen. The hydrogen powered fuel cells and was used directly to produce heat for cooking, warming, and cooling. Additionally, the hydrogen powered a lawnmower and a car. The elecrolyzer unit was based on SPE technology.

Hydrogen contains 1/3 the energy per unit of natural gas. Hydrogen has a low viscosity because of its small molecular size and for this reason it flows 3 times as fast through its orifice. In a hydrogen burner there is no carbon. The problem with hydrogen is that it burns to fast, forming nitric oxide concentrations. The solution is simple. At high temperatures, stainless steel mesh is an excellent catalyst for hydrogen combustion because it inhibits the mixing of hydrogen and air creating a high concentration of hydrogen around the burner. The result is nitric oxiding formation is eliminated.

The hydrogen internal combustion engine can provide equivalent power to a gas internal combustion engine with a few modifications. Without modification, an hydrogen burning ICE results in a 25 to 30% loss in power. The air intake in a hydrogen cylinder is 1/4 less volume than a gas based air volume. In a gas engine, the cylinder will occuppy 990 ml of air and 10 ml of gas, whereas, a hydrogen cylinder will have 750 ml of air and 250 ml of hydrogen. Power drops because there is not as much oxygen to react with the fuel. So, increasing power means getting a full charge of air into the cylinder through a technique known as Direct Cylinder injection (DCI). DCI fills the chamber with 1000 ml of air and then injects hydrogen under pressure into the cylinder. A computer control system monitors events and electronically causes actuators that regulate the flow of hydrogen into the cylinder. Dr Ridges discover a method using a solenoid which open and closed a valve, inhibiting and allowing the flow of hydrogen. Cutting power to the solenid opened the valve and power transmitted to the solenid closed the valve. DCI technology seems to have solved the power problem and computer technology seems capable of managing the ignition system.

Hydrid technology is stable. Dr. Billing points out that hydride storage systems are heavy. However, ECD has solved the problem of weight using Nanotechnology Carbon Wound Fiber tanks produced by a third party. The tanks are light weight and capable of maintaining pressures of 5000 psi. The next problem is refueling time. The current refueling time benchmark is eight minutes, five minutes is desired. However, if hydrogen slurry becomes a standard refuel times should be equivalent to gas refueling times. The final barrier to use hydrogen will be reducing the cost of hydrogen production and introduction of the new car technology into the mainstream market place.

A fuel cell is a device that converts hydrogen and oxygen into water while efficiently producing electrical power. More importantly, the higher efficiency of the fuel cell lowers the cost per mile of hydrogen to one-third the cost of fuel for an internal combustion engine. In a fuel cell hydrogen enters the anode as 2H and 2e; the hydrogen dissociates in the presence of the cathylst forming hydrogen protons and electrons; the hydrogen ions move across the membrane to the cathode and the electrons travel by electrical cable through the external load (electrical motor) to the cathode where they join with oxygen to become water. The hydrogen fuel cell car is competitive with the gas burning car. No new infrastructure is need to get started. Hydrogen fuel cell cars could be recharged overnight by the existing electric grid. - Amazon

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by Ott Christoph Hilgenberg

Publisher: Abhandl 116, Struttgart.
Year: 1962

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by John K. Davidson

Pages: 432
Publisher: C.W. Daniel Company Ltd
Year: 2004
ISBN: 0852072023
ISBN: 978-0852072028

Modern man has sought answers to life's deepest questions through an increasingly detailed analysis of matter. Yet results have proved elusive, point as much, if not more, to the importance of teh seeker's own mind as to the matter itself. Mystics, on hte other hand, have sought answers to the same mysteries through an inverse process: a 'turning within', studying mind and consciousness through specific meditational practices. But both have reached the smae conclusion: that mind and matter, energy and consciousness are too intimately entwined to be separately understood.

The Secret of the Creative Vacuum reveals the significance of this step, also outlining some of the profound and technological changes it will bring - including unlimited energy supplies. The introduction of John Davidson's unifying concept of the Formative Mind - a sthe Universe's hidden creation mechanism - reveals the link between enegy, mind and consciousness, also showing us the direction science must follow to find a meaningful and harmonious place in our lives.


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by George H. Wiseman

Publisher: Eagle Research
Year: 1993

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by Patrick Flanagan

Pages: 173
Publisher: Pyramid Publishers / DeVorss & Co,
Year: 1971/1973
ISBN: 0875162096
ISBN: 978-0875162096
ISBN: B001S5NIPA
ISBN: 0875162096
ISBN: 978-0875162096

Pat Flanagan has been researching Bio-Energy phenomen since he was in his early teens. A prolific Scientist-Inventor, he has worked on such far-reaching projects as man-to-computer and man-to-dolphin communication. One of his latest devices is a Laser Microphone, Doctor Flanagan has successfully isolated the factors behind pyramid phenomena, and has formulated a new nuclear theory destined to have far-reaching effects on our concept of the universe and its relatonship to man. - from book's notes inside cover

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by Ken Shoulders

Pages: 246
Year: 1987

Austin, TX, 1987. A historical sketch of early EV work having: 246 pages, 153 photos and drawings, 13 references. Available from the author.

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by Kevin J. Taylor, Matthew J. Taylor

Pages: 288
Year: 2001
ISBN: 0-646-41057-1

The Land of No Horizon is a book that confronts our greatest mysteries. It investigates such unknowns as; the origins of humanity, other intelligent life, the structure of the Earth, and the universe beyond.

Includes expanding earth.


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by Trevor James Constable

Pages: 364
Publisher: Book Tree
Year: 1976/1990/2008
ISBN: 1585091154
ISBN: 978-1585091157

This book presents evidence that UFOs are mainly invisible and consist of both physical craft and living, biological creatures. The author convincingly shows that our atmosphere is the home of huge, invisible living organisms that are sometimes confused with spacecraft when they became visible. Mr. Constable has photographed both types of UFOs with special infrared film, some of which are reproduced in this expanded and updated edition. Despite his bold leap into the future, the general public and official ufology have a hard time accepting the evidence. In recent years teams of engineers and technicians in both Italy and Romania, unaware of Constable's earlier discoveries, obtained virtually identical infrared photos of UFOs, which were published in Italy. In 1996, NASA used ultraviolet-sensitive videotape to record swarms of invisible UFOs that looked like Constable's earlier photos. Examples from these photos are also contained in this book. Also covered are earlier pioneers into important life energies that play a big role in this research, including Wilhelm Reich, Rudolf Steiner, and Dr. Ruth B. Drown. This is an important book, recommended for those interested in the higher realms of our physical reality.
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