Blog Stats
424Total Entries
220Total Comments
Search Blogs

Advanced search (keyword or author)
Random Blog Entries
Understanding Human Behavior and Personality Types by AKH on April 13th, 2011, 9:35 pm
Ever wonder why your husband, wife, kids, friends, bosses... are acting the way they are? Well then you have come to the right place. The Wakefield Doctrine (the theory of clarks, scotts and rogers) is a unique, useful, helpful, beneficial and totally fun way to look at the way the people in our lives behave. Not just a clever categorization of personality types, but a perspective that, when adopted, will let you understand why people behave the way they do and predict how they will act in any situation.

With a basic understanding of the characteristics of each group (clarks, scotts and rogers), anyone can understand everyone else! You will know how those around you will act in virtually any situation. Finally you can understand what has never made sense to you about the people you work with, live with and/or are friends with. You will have the answer to the question, 'Why on earth would you do that/say that/feel that way?'

The Wakefield Doctrine is predicated upon the idea that everyone...

0 Comments Viewed 175 times

The dictatorship of the science of psychiatry by skakos on November 24th, 2012, 10:53 pm

Main article:

Science, like Religion, can be dogmatic if practiced incorrectly. Nowadays many scientists dogmatically believe that the soul does not exist, that science can answer everything (even though Godel has proven otherwise - see my article about the Limits of Science), that we are programmed by our instincts like every animal. Although not every scientist thinks that way, the fact that some professions or scientists' groups (like medicine or psychiatry) are dominated by materialistic narrow-thinking people has some peculiar effects that I will analyze below. If science is the art of doubting everything and not being dogmatic, then modern medicine and psychiatry should change...

0 Comments Viewed 558 times

generalisation of "z-w" to compact 2 dimensional spacetime by carsten007 on July 30th, 2013, 3:16 pm
hi my name is carsten from göttingen/germany.
as is well known correlation functions are translation invariant , if the qft in question is defined on the whole "plane" . as i`m primarily interested in two-dimensional cft. the plane would here be the complex one dimensional non compact manifold C itself. but as we want the notion of "future infinity" we soon have to compctify spacetime C, giving us the riemann sphere in the genus 0 case - lateron we stick to genus g.
remember the fermion 2 - point - function is up to a constant equal to 1/(z-w). now comes the crux:
this function z-w works well on C but not on R, where R is P^1 or (later) a compact genus g riemann - surface.
it turns out, that there`s no holophorphic function E(z,w) on R cross R with the property that E(z,w) = 0 iff z=w.
this is trivial,since there are of cours no holomorphic funtions on R cross R besides constants.
but - surprise - the holomorphic half form e := (z-w)/(squareroot(dz)squareroot(dw)) has ...

0 Comments Viewed 192 times

Dark Star - Bomb Philosophy by Sisyphus on January 6th, 2010, 9:51 pm
0 Comments Viewed 2339 times

chemistry by gracie on December 7th, 2009, 1:47 am
how can i calculat the ratio of [CrO42-]2 / [Cr2O72-] at neutral pH?
which is the predominating species?
0 Comments Viewed 201 times

Who is online

Registered users currently online: Forest_Dump, Google Adsense [Bot], Google [Bot], jackjons, ralfcis, wolfhnd