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Ex Nihilo - The Universe Derived from Nothing E. Beaubien
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This is the shortened edition of my book "Ex Nihilo - The Logic of Existence". It covers only the logic and physics portion of the larger work. For those interested in the fundamental logic that drives physics - the universe is logically forced out of nothing, step by step, uniquely, as the geometric embodiment of a simple integer count, along with all major aspects of physics and cosmology. This includes quantifying the four forces and describing their active cause in geometry. Word count: 54K @ 127 pages … 200+ illustrations and equations (algebra and calculus only).
Exitus : The Awakening Alphonso Hudson
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This book is a collection of poetry, and life experiences from a 20+ Years (1998-2019) spiritual journey of this thing called Life.
Fiction is Stranger than Fact - An Alternate View of Creation Ray Cziczo
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Many people and all Christian believe that God created the heavens and the earth and all living creatures. God is the source of order in our universe and the author of the rules and laws of science, physics, and biology. That man is composed of not just matter that we can touch, see, and feel, but a soul, a conscience, and a moral compass. But there is an alternate view of how the solar system, the planet we call earth, and creatures that inhabit it were created, are the product of the random interactions of chemical elements, and molecules. Maybe it is because they cannot confirm in their own minds the existence of an intellect or being superior to themselves, maybe they cannot bring th ...
FOOD GANG - A Compilation of about 60 Love Poems Didier Boochever
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To the one who brings me light.
FRASES SABIAS UNIVERSAL1000 Jose Miguel De La Cruz
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Give it a thought Quotes Srilakshmi Srinivasan
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Good Luck, Bad Luck or No Luck? Gregory Heary
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One troubling trend amongst people today is the belief in "Luck". If you ask "What is Luck?" giving the impression you never heard of it before they are at a loss of words to explain what exactly "Luck" is. They've never actually thought about it but just believed that it existed. First we must know what luck is before we can come to classify it, if it exists.
Grey Areas: Interdisciplinary Concepts and the Crafters of Social Science Robb Elton
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LOOKING BACK TO ANCIENT MESOPOTAMIA we find Gilgamesh at the founding of the first city, Uruk (present-day Iraq), and early religions. From civilization sprang social unrest, war, discourse, and finally codification of law. The same concepts that bound humans then, bind us today. It is through the interdisciplinary character of human behavior that we have learned much about human culture, spawning disciplines such as criminology, psychology, and sociology. This book brings you through history and explores practical concepts that you can use yourself to become a more effective human. This is a valuable primer for sociology, psychology, criminology that acquaints readers to essential ...
Habit of Beauty John S. Schmitt
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John Schmitt founded Trivium School, the first in what became known as the classical education movement. Having interiorized the classical inheritance, he established a school that embodied what he himself had made his own. A teacher who presented the high ideal of Beauty, Goodness, and Truth, Schmitt would tell his students they are princes and princesses; heirs of the best that has been thought or said or made. He never tired of saying that beauty is in the thing in front of us—if only we had eyes to see. Schmitt had eyes to see. He understood that men must not only know the truth and do the good, but learn to delight in the beautiful, and to judge and make beautiful things. This is ...

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