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Fields of Color: The theory that escaped Einstein

by Rodney A. Brooks
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A presentation of Quantum Field Theory written for the lay reader, without equations. The neglect of this theory - the only theory of physics that makes sense and that resolves the paradoxes of Relativity Theory and Quantum Mechanics - while expecting the public to accept the paradoxes, is an intellectual tragedy.
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Laugh-Out-Loud Faith!Looking for tall tales to tickle your funny bone and encourage you in God's purpose and calling? Then you will love this ebook-only sample of true stories from actor and comedian Torry Martin! Whether dealing with pythons in South Africa, Toto...
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Chapter 1 of this book is open access under a CC BY license.This is a chapter from Absence in Science, Security and Policy edited by Brian Rappert and Brian Balmer. This chapter is available open access under a CC BY license. Part reflection on the...
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This open access peer-reviewed volume was inspired by the UNESCO UNITWIN Network for Underwater Archaeology International Workshop held at Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia in November 2016. Content is based on, but not limited to, the work presented at the workshop which was dedicated to...
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This open access book asks just how climate-smart our food really is. It follows an average day's worth of food and drink to see where it comes from, how far it travels, and the carbon price we all pay for it. From our breakfast tea and toast, through breaktime chocolate bar, to take-away supper...
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