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About science my view by Anonymous on October 5th, 2016, 4:17 am
For a begin, the book includes no analytics. At the point when Newton composed Principia, he was still to some degree undercover about his "technique for fluxions," so he made an interpretation of his contentions into the "geometrical style." Given that a large portion of the issues he addresses are a great deal all the more effortlessly confined as far as math, this makes his geometrical contentions adamantly dark. By and large, you can see through the chaos of lines and bends he makes to the less complex math approach he was really taking after. In different cases, his techniques are simply confusing.
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Matter and things we can't see by Anonymous on September 8th, 2016, 2:19 pm
Hi, I'm new to this so forgive me if someone is better educated then I. But I have been fascinated by Quantum Physics for a few years now. I haven't been able to do much but think and read books and websites
about it and I wondered about something some people might help think about here.

Ok so I was thinking that we all know matter and everything else is made of atoms with Protons, neutrons,
Electrons. what if we think of them not as 3rd dimensional but as 1 dimensional. And few atoms as 2 dimensional, and as much as a hand full of atoms bound together as 3 dimensional. with me so far ok.

Now how about energy, that by the way isn't created nor destroyed, when in fact we as humans can't see this
force in it natural form could that be a called 4 dimensional and if so can we not some how create a way to
harness the energy as a way for clean renewable energy to power our cities and the rest of the world.

I just want to know your thoughts on the matter and if you think its possible can...

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Thinking about... by uninfinite on July 11th, 2016, 12:32 am
I've been thinking about thinking, and wondering whether what I think is just what it occurs to me to think because I'm me, or if it's possible to think somehow beyond myself. Perhaps this now is such a public domain subject; an idea that's out there as a consequence of the nature of people and reality and mind, that if my logic is sound in discussing this, I am not thinking this just because I'm me.
It occurs to me that perhaps it would serve us to consider whether adding a list of numbers is a subjective exercise with an objective result - but why does this occur to me? Somehow I see that, what must from a behaviorist perspective seem to be an objective exercise, can be undertaken in any number of subjective ways - which would seem to suggest that the product of thought is not the process of thought, and that even as I strive for a logical approach to this problem, this idea of adding a list of numbers arrives unbidden.
To consider this idea - in itself seems reasonably logical, and...

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Efficiency and Quality of Medical Tourism Industry Booming 2016 by Anonymous on July 6th, 2016, 4:11 am
Over the past two decades, plenty of telehealth applications have been successfully implemented. Applications such as the transfer of digital photos and patient records and the use of medical video endoscopes to monitor patients’ physical examination have demonstrated great results. For many players, the introduction of telehealth in the global medical tourism market has been a profitable strategy.

Telehealth improves the efficiency, customer service, and quality of medical tourism services via enhanced coordination of care between patients and care providers. According to Transparency Market Research (TMR), the global medical tourism market is expected to exhibit a 17.90% CAGR from 2013 to 2019. A rise in the elderly population and the rising number of uninsured people are some of the factors expected to propel the global medical tourism market.

TMR experts answers a few questions with respect to the global medical tourism market:

Q. How would t...

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Galileo by Anonymous on June 17th, 2016, 6:53 am
HI I would like to say hello to everyone I am a new learner
and just a little hungry for more understanding on how are planet works.
my question for you today is why did 16th century famous scientist, like Galileo,newton ect
come up with the no god theory and what ideas that it was, that lead them to believe this .
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