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The Diary of James

By: Shahzaib Afzal

A collection of jokes.

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The Club

By: Vibhu Tewary

When they all met that evening, it was clear that they all were happy that the three were finally able to go on this trip together and Misha was with them as well. Varun said "Hey, so shall we take an account of what all we will need for the trip?" "Sure." Ankit said....

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Source Journalism and News Values

By: Joel Landau

Joel Landau, the famous journalist from New York Daily News and The Daily Targum, has been a journalist for over a decade now. His experience with this field is immense and is the main reason for writing this book on the future of the values of news and the credibility of their sources. He says that as the 21st century progresses, news will become more and more untrusted by the general public, as anybody can have a "professionally looking news source" and put an ad on Google/Facebook. The big companies cannot stop this "fake news fever", because this is simply how things operate now, unlike the news in the old days......

...And there he was standing amid the crowd, checking his phone for any status updates on Facebook. It was a small price to pay for the moment.

PROLOGUE | 3 CHAPTER 1 | 4 CHAPTER 2 | 8 CHAPTER 3 | 11 CHAPTER 4 | 14 CHAPTER 5 | 15 CHAPTER 6 | 16 CHAPTER 7 | 19 CHAPTER 8 | 23 CHAPTER 9 | 24 CHAPTER 10 | 25 CHAPTER 11 | 27 CHAPTER 12 | 28 CHAPTER 13 | 30 CHAPTER 14 | 33 CHAPTER 15 | 35...

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Kisah Tersirat, Sebuah Apresiasi Analitis atas Kisah Buddha : Volume 1

By: Ms. Sylvia Bay

Salah satu pertanyaan yang mungkin sangat membingungkan banyak orang (termasuk umat Buddha sendiri) selama berabad-abad, adalah mengapa Sidharta yang sedang dalam masa kejayaannya sebagai seorang ayah muda yang memiliki istri cantik dan pewaris harta serta kekuasaan keluarganya, melepaskan semuanya demi menempuh kehidupan petapaan yang tidak pasti dan penuh dengan kesulitan besar. Pertanyaan berikutnya yang sering muncul adalah: bukankah Sidharta adalah seseorang yang tidak bertanggung jawab karena meninggalkan anak dan istrinya? Apakah itu berarti Beliau adalah anak yang tidak berbakti yang meninggalkan orangtuanya dan melepaskan tanggung jawab sebagai anak untuk merawat mereka? Secara tradisi, dijelaskan bahwa penyebab Sidharta meninggalkan kehidupan rumah tangganya adalah karena kepedulian Beliau yang mendalam terhadap penderitaan hidup setelah Beliau melihat empat peristiwa di selang waktu yang berbeda. Tiga diantaranya adalah orang tua, orang sakit, dan orang mati yang mengingatkan Beliau tentang penderitaan. Setelah melihat setiap kejadian tersebut, Sidharta kembali ke istana dengan perasaan kacau dan sedih. Beliau terus ...

Daftar isi ACKNOWLEDGEMENT... III KATA PENGANTAR KETUA PVVD ... V DAFTAR ISI ... VII KATA PENGANTAR PENERBITAN PVVD ... IX PRAKATA ... XIII PERMINTAAN PENULIS ... XVI KATA PENGANTAR PENULIS ... XXII 1 HIDUP SEBAGAI AWAM ... 25 2 DARI PERUMAH-TANGGA MENUJU PENGEMBARAAN ... 50 3 PENCERAHAN: NIBBANA! PELEPASAN! ... 73 4 LEGENDA TUJUH MINGGU ...103 5 PEMBABARAN DHAMMA ...130 6 PENYEBARAN DHAMMA ...145 7 MENJANGKAU MASYARAKAT AWAM...168 8 SISWA UTAMA BUDDHA ...181 9 KEMBALI KE KAPILLAVATTHU ... 196 GLOSARIUM BAHASA PALI ... 229 KITAB PĀLI ... 237 LITERATUR KOMENTAR ... 238 BIBLIOGRAFI ... 240 ...

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The Vision Bible : Vision Expounded Version & Prophetic Inspiration

By: Self-published

The Vision Bible is the Ultimate in Study resources, combining relevant study tools into one book, along with a Cross reference system never before published to enhance your reading....

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Vipassana II : Trials of a Wannabe Buddha, A Novel Experience, Vol 2

By: Anonymous

Following on from ‘Confessions of a Serial Meditator’, the trials of living with a new girlfriend, her pre-teen daughters, and her dying mother, pose the stiffest test any Vipassana yogi and wannabe Buddha could ever hope to face. When the equanimity slips, where do you run to? Who will come to help? Would modern-day asceticism be ‘the way’ (out)? What adventures could possibly await an aspiring Buddha with itchy feet and a desire to ‘keep ‘em laughing’? The battle within continues… ...

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Las Memorias De Cristo 2006 2007 2008 2009 : Oalabras De Dios Para La Humanidad

By: Ian Navarro Martinez; Ian Navarro Martinez, Editor

Las Palabras de Dios y de Cristo día a día en este siglo XXI

Es voluntad del Creador haceros llegar su guía por nuestro salvador Cristo. que yo su siervo recibo sin pausa para elevación de la familia de Dios, el Creador siempre ha guiado a la Humanidad a través de sus profetas y devotos como hoy en día lo hace, Palabras sagradas, vienen de Dios y de Cristo, recibidlas en el corazón, veréis que algunos textos van dirigidos a los que hemos iniciado la labor hace tiempo y el conjunto a todos los llamados a, desde el corazón, ser unidad en la Obra de Cristo siguiendo la Voluntad de Dios, trascendental el fluir con la guía divina al destino de Gloria amados. Ian Navarro....

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Proposed Fundamental Principles And Civilization Scale: Comprehensive Study Of Mysteries In Science

By: Cres Huang

A true civilization would coherent with the natural principles of the fundamental elements. Type 0: Parasitic. Type I: Mastery of energy. Type II: Mastery of energy and matter. It is easy to neglect happenings that may take decades or longer to surface for short-lived creatures. We don't even have a clear memory of longer than few millenniums back, do we ready look and prepare our future in millenniums ahead? It seems that no matter how hard the foreseeing people warm us, the society remains operating shortsightedly. The issue is, will our future be shorter than our past?...

Type 0 civilization: Parasitic. Type I civilization: Mastery of energy. Type II civilization: Mastery of energy and matter.

1 Introduction 2 Fundamental Principles 3 Kardashev Civilization Scale 3.1 Proposed Scale of Civilization Advancement 4 Outlook of Earthling References...

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El Prisionero

By: Javier I. Alvarez

“Año 2064. En una ciudad cualquiera, y a punto de entrar en el cupo de fertilidad, a Tom y María les proponen viajar a Horonya, en el continente africano. Tom, experto climatólogo, tiene la misión de modificar el clima de cierta región. Y María, reputada costumbrista, no duda en acompañarle. Para hacer su estancia más agradable, deciden intercambiar su vivienda con la de Alí y Nona, una pareja nativa que les acoge con los brazos abiertos. Pero, de repente, el campo de trabajo de Tom es intervenido por la Agencia Internacional de Epidemias por el riesgo de un contagio ante los indicios de un posible brote de epidemia de una enzima vírica no identificada hasta el momento. Un mundo hipertecnológico invadido de drones y vehículos autodirigidos, pero donde al final se impone el poder de la palabra y de las relaciones humanas” ...

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Delusion of Time Dilation (Brief): Comprehensive Study of Mysteries in Science

By: Cres Huang

Exploits speed, time, and space to show why time dilation is impossible. Space and time are completely independent. Space has existence and absolutely recyclable. However, time is only reference information. It doest not exist in nature. Among all, TIME CAN NOT BE RECYCLED! Clocks can drift, yet, it is absolutely independent of time. Can we suppose the expansion or contraction of a yard stick meant the space has changed? ...

Time is only the reference information. It is not the element of the universe. Hasn't our obsession with time and speed clouded our judgment?

1 Introduction 1.1 Speed and Time 2 Visiting Friends on Planet X 3 Control Set 4 Laser Transmission 5 Wife in Her Own Spaceship 6 High Speed Travel 7 More about Laser Transmission 8 Conclusion 9 Appendix - Paradoxes of Time Dilation References...

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The Path of Splitness

By: Indrek Pringi

The Path of Splitness is a major non fiction work of 1,868 pages: This is the latest revised version. The book analyzes and explains: 1: The origins of our Universe: where it came from and how it was created. 2: Basic aspects and dynamics of the Organic Universe and Organic Life. 3: The origins of modern humans going back 25 million years. 4: Human Psycho-biology. 5: The beginnings of civilization. 6: The effect of civilization upon humans. 7: Death, the existence of evil and its effect on humans. Offered as a free E-book at: http://thepathofsplitness.com/ ...

Chapter 1: The Universe. Pgs 1-112 How the Universe came into being. Chapter 2: Life Pgs 113-131 Structural dynamics of the Universe and Life Chapter 3: Hominids Pgs 132-187 A: How we evolved into Humans Pgs 188-222 B: Summary of Hominid-Human Development Chapter 4: Modern Human Dynamics Pgs 223-266 Human Psycho-biologic Totality. Chapter 5: Modern Humans: Pgs 267-299 The Transition from Hunter-gatherers to Settlements Chapter 6: Civilization Pgs 300-704 A: The Beginnings of Civilization Pgs 705-1474 B: The Effect of Civilization on Humans Pgs 1475-1868 Chapter 7: Entities and the Alternative ...

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Driving Force of Tectonic Plate: Comprehensive Study Of Mysteries In Science

By: Cres Huang

Monitoring the trembler of the ground provides warning. However, it could be too late. I believe it is possible to advance our early prediction to a comfortable level; if we can obtain the variations of centrifugal force before it is strong enough to cause trembler. The good news is centrifugal and wave force are consistent and easier to predict; and well understood by science. The difficult is the composition of the crust perplexes the distribution of force. ...

It is possible that the centrifugal force of spiraling motion made Earth oblate spheroid, and the main driving force of waving mantle along with crust, water and air. I believe it is possible to advance our early prediction to a comfortable level by studying the wave behavior of the crust. ...

1 Introduction 2 Centrifugal Force 3 Jelly Ball Earth 4 Hula Hawaii 5 Summary

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Tony on the Moon's Short Stories What's The Curry : A Series of Short Stories for Teenagers and Adults

By: Tony James Moon

This series of reading books is arranged in levels of reading difficulty ranging from 1 to 5. The easiest is level 1, the hardest level 5. All these books are royalty free and can be copied used printed and distributed, acted out in plays etc, etc without any restriction. They are designed to be easily read on a computer and can be printed on standard A4 size paper. There is no bad language or offensive words anywhere in these books....

Standing in the middle of the road in the High Street was a tall girl who looked as if she had been painted by Picasso, she jumping up and down and waving her arms in the air. She was wearing a bright pink cape, an electric blue jumper, with white fluffy sheep embroidered on the front, baggy white trousers adorned with large printed yellow sunflowers and topping it all, a large bright green hat. Even then I thought the purple feather scarf was over doing a little bit. ...

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A Brief History of Everything : Quarks, Leptons and the Big Bang

By: Manjunath Ramu

A BRIEF HISTORY OF EVERYTHING: Quarks, Leptons and the Big Bang is a clear, readable and self – contained introduction to chaos of physics and related areas of science. It bridges the gap and addresses the questions that are of interest to us all or at least to all of us reading this book and lead us to study science in the first place. The book concentrates on presenting the subject from the understanding perspective of physics and brings the reader right up to date with curious aspects of physics established over the last few centuries. Necessary background information on physics is included but advanced mathematics is avoided. The book assumes science a journey not a destination and the advance of knowledge is an infinite progression towards a goal that forever recedes. This book will be of interest to students, teachers and general science readers interested in fundamental ideas of physics. ...

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Complete Poems in English : The Reader's Library, Volume 15

By: George Herbert; Neil Azevedo, Editor

George Herbert, 1593 – 1633, was a British poet whose work has become increasing significant in the English language poetic. Influenced greatly by the metaphysical conceits of John Donne, Herbert applied the ideas of extended and imaginative metaphors infused with a highly precise language to create musical lyrics—Herbert had a great love and knowledge of music—that were entirely devoted to his Christian beliefs. While politically ambitious as a young man, Herbert fully embraced his faith and became a priest in 1630. Herbert’s poetry was entirely unpublished during his lifetime, though his project for creating a body of lyrics organized around the central metaphor of man’s soul as a “temple” was both deliberate and fully realized before his death. Other lyrics and translations—all of varying authenticity—have surfaced over the years and are included after the full presentation of THE TEMPLE, which is preserved here as much as possible as it was printed in the 17th century keeping with the spelling, grammar, and typesetting of the time. Herbert’s lyrics hold up remarkably well in an era of constant self-examination and are full of a ...

The Pulley When God at first made Man, Having a glasse of blessings standing by; Let us (said he) poure on him all we can: Let the worlds riches, which dispersed lie, Contract into a span. So strength first made a way; Then beautie flow’d, then wisdome, honour, pleasure: When almost all was out, God made a stay, Perceiving that alone of all his treasure Rest in the bottome lay. For if I should (said he) Bestow this jewell also on my creature, He would adore my gifts in stead of me, And rest in Nature, not the God of Nature: So both should losers be. Yet let him keep the rest, But keep them with repining restlesnesse: Let him be rich and wearie, that at least, If goodnesse leade him not, yet wearinesse May tosse him to my breast....

Introduction THE TEMPLE Dedication THE CHURCH-PORCH Perirrhanterium Superliminare THE CHURCH The Altar The Sacrifice The Thanksgiving The Reprisall The Agonie The Sinner Good Friday Redemption Sepulchre Easter Easter-Wings (I) Easter-Wings (II) Holy Baptisme (I) Holy Baptisme (II) Nature Sinne (I) Affliction (I) Repentance Faith Prayer (I) The Holy Communion Antiphon (I) Love (I) Love (II) The Temper (I) The Temper (II) Jordan (I) Employment (I) The Holy Scriptures (I) The Holy Scriptures (II) Whitsunday Grace Praise (I) Affliction (II) Mattens Sinne (II) Even-Song (I) Church-Monuments Church-Musick Church-Lock and Key The Church-Floore The Windows Trinitie-Sunday Content The Quidditie Humilitie Frailtie Constancie Affliction (III) The Starre Sunday Avarice Ana- {MARY/ARMY} -gram To All Angels and Saints Employment (II) Deniall Christmas Ungratefulnesse Sighs and Grones The World Colossians 3:3 - Our Life Is Hid with Christ in God... Vanitie (I) Lent Vertue The Pearl - Matthew 13 Affliction (IV) Man Antiphon (II) Unkindnesse Life Submission Justice (I) Ch...

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A Little Light in the Darkness : The Life and Times of John Buddle 1773-1843

By: David Joseph Kidd

John Buddle was a local hero in North East England. When he died in 1843 his funeral procession was more than a mile long and thousands of pitmen lined the route to show their respect. He was a self made man who led his men from the front through floods, fires and explosions to get the coal Britain's industry depended upon. This book based on his unpublished diaries tells the story of his life in his own words, the drama, the tragedy, the lives of rich and poor in a way that makes history come alive....

For those on the surface that bright late spring morning, the twenty five pitmen who had escaped, others from the resting shift, and relatives of those still trapped underground the scene at the surface was terrifying. Within twenty minutes the water was sixty feet deep in the engine pit, the pit where the men were, and by the afternoon it was a hundred and twenty feet up the shaft...Buddle started pumping immediately, but the pumps at full capacity made no impression on the water which seemed to be coming from a vast underground reservoir and flowing like a subterranean river in spate. The only hope for the trapped men was to find another way into the workings. There were plenty of possibilities, but everyone knew it was a desperate gamble; old pits were death traps, a maze of half collapsed shafts and tunnels filled with gas, only madmen would want to go down them, but there was no shortage of volunteers and Buddle himself led the way....

Introduction A Day to Remember A Century of Inventions Newcastle’s Call The Steam Elephant The Battle against Creep The Deluge The Slaughterhouse The Jarrow Gibbet The Secret Diary An Arranged Marriage Seaham Harbour The Lost Main Line Politics and Personality QED Sudden Death End notes Appendix A Glossary of Mining Terms Bibliography Page References ...

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Exploring, Exploiting

By: Manohar Asija

This novel is based on the plot that describes the life of a young lady having worked as Assistant Professor at the University level. These days, she is engaged by a Trust, interested in promoting `mental illumination through peace of mind and self-confidence. She is going places to deliver lectures, keep in mind the aims of the organization as well as the composition of the audiences. In fact, since her infancy she is on the move from one part of India to another, even having no idea of the identity of the couple who parented her. Having been reared up by a domestic maid, she was obliged to inherit this type of job to earn for her livelihood. The onset of puberty in the proximity of unrelated men was to be withstood with caution and care for her chastity. These tours of lectureing around, once makes her find a known lady in her audience in Delhi. This incident opens her the way to meet many people in this big city and take her to the person who fathered her. Here, she also gets the truthful information about her mother. ...

Dear Madhu Ji, On my way back home I recapitulated, as my routine exercise, the discussions at the Coffee House. Can you recall the reaction of Mr Malik to Lal's outburst against the final outcome of Dhananjay Chakrovarty's legal battle to ward off the Capital punishment pronounced on him for rape and murder of a minor girl, when he himself was just 21 years? ……………..." I suppose Mr. Malik came out with some amusing retort, which made almost the entire group at the table giggle and I could not make out anything but only observe Mr. Malik move towards the toilets. Respected Sir, I clearly heard your `Guruji`, I mean Mr Malik, murmur aloud, “Is there any punishment available to your civilized society to punish an errant woman who voluntarily and actively seduces and commits rape on an innocent, uninitiated and in the prime of his youth?” “Do you mean a rape amongst a Lesbian fraternity?” Mr. Lal Singh speaks out smilingly. Mr. Malik simply hung his head down and spoke in his normal pitch, “I mean, on a companion belonging to the opposite sex.” Having uttered these words Guruji peacefully got up and moved in a gentle pace towards pu...

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Age of The Universe Paradox: Comprehensive Study Of Mysteries In Science

By: Cres Huang

The question is, will we ever know if there are objects outside of the detectable universe radiating in wave length longer than CBR? We only measure the universe with visual radiations. Doesn't it seem that the age of the universe is determined by the size of our telescope? Nevertheless, there are activities of elementary particles which can not be detected by us? Isn't' it impossible to picture how far some active objects, say neutrinos, can be other than infinite. ...

Suppose we have perfect telescope that is limitless in range; And, we don't see anything when we look pass all objects; Can we say we have reached the edge of the Space or Universe? Or, there is infinity beyond Space? ...

1 Introduction 1 2 Probability Function of Doppler Effect 3 NED’s Redshift Survey Database 4 Estimate Age of The Universe Based On NED Database 5 Cosmic Background Radiation 6 Can We Really Tell The Size & Age of The Universe? 7 Appendix II: Accumulated Probability Distribution References...

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Touring Nuremberg by Streetcar - Token

By: James Terry Martin

Each token theme is summarized and placed in context. Other related art is depicted to enhance the presentation.

A wonderful series of Nürnberg – Fürth Strassenbahn (Streetcar) tokens were issued during the Weimar Republic, following the Great War. While they can be classified as transportation tokens they are commonly attributed as German notgeld (emergency money). Notgeld was used during the inflationary period brought on by reparations payments stipulated by the terms of the Treaty of Versailles after WWI....

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Light & Dark : The Awakening of the Mageknight

By: Daniel M. Fife

Danny Firoth is a middle school student in the 8th grade, struggling with the common stressors plaguing a boy of his age: bullies, homework and his mother. Sabrina Drake, the new girl, is beautiful but she harbors a fantastic secret. “You’re… You’re a dragon!” Danny exclaims at the beginning of their epic journey. “I am a drake,” Sabrina corrects him, after a fierce battle with an ancient Shadow. Danny learns that a simple card game, designed to pit the forces of the Light against those of the Dark, is more than simply a game. Accepted into a school for young Squires, destined to become Knights of the Light and battle the forces of the Dark with magical weapons called Bondeds, Danny and his friends are trained in the techniques of blade work and educated by a colorful assortment of professors. But there is a traitor in the Order of Light, and now Danny and his friends must use their new powers to try and save themselves and each other....

"Oh," said Danny, pausing for a moment while thumbing the engraved symbol of Light upon the scabbard of the dagger, a solid white chain interlinked with a black chain of seeping dark flames. "What does the symbol of Light stand for?" he was mesmerized by the emblem. Tyramear followed Danny's captivated gaze down to the small sheath. "At the core, the symbol is meant to represent a balance of a sort, a union between both good and evil." Glancing at the road and then at Danny, he continued. "You see… good cannot exist without evil and vice versa. The white chain represents the Light, the forces of good, while the black chain represents evil, the forces of the Dark. The white chain is solid and pure because we of the Light acknowledge the presence of the Dark and strive to maintain the proper balance. However, the black chain, warped with escaping tendrils of dark flame, symbolizes the Dark's desire to overthrow that balance. Evil does not know boundaries, Danny. The forces of the Dark will work tirelessly to unravel everything, even at the risk of their own destruction." "I see," said Danny, tracing his pointer finger aroun...

Cover Purchase a print copy of this book Light & Dark Series Chapter 1 - A New Face Chapter 2 - Trigger of Power Chapter 3 - A Date with the Dark Chapter 4 - Becoming Friends with a Drake Chapter 5 - Into the Light Chapter 6 - The Gift of Sight Chapter 7 - The Trials of a Knight Chapter 8 - Departing on the Wings of a Dragon Chapter 9 - Arrival Chapter 10 - The Forces of the Grey Chapter 11 - Casting Off on the Radiance Chapter 12 - The Turbulence before the Storm Chapter 13 - The White Rock Academy of Illumination Chapter 14 - Looking the Part of a Squire Chapter 15 - A Banquet with the King Chapter 16 - The First Day of Training Chapter 17 - The Way of the Sword Chapter 18 - Mastering the Power Within Chapter 19 - A Test of Strategy Chapter 20 - A Well-Deserved Rest Chapter 21 - A Bonded Named Rose Chapter 22 - Preparations before Battle Chapter 23 - A Duel of Squires Chapter 24 - A Night with Calador Chapter 25 - The Truth among Friends Chapter 26 - Problem Solved Chapter 27 - Spying on Sir Syndil Chapter 28 - Putting the Pieces Together Chapter 29 - Research Chapter 30 - Describing a Dark Object ...

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Hidden Truth of Double-Slit Test (Brief): Comprehensive Study of Mysteries in Science

By: Cres Huang

Study the contradictory interpretations of double slit experiment. Reasoning the validity of particle-wave duality, uncertainty, chaos, and multi-verses. Fundamental particle can only react precisely with it's environment, and vice versa. Above all, the rest of the universe is the absolute complement of an object. Even a particle, it is impossible for it to be anywhere else at the same time, since anywhere else is it's absolute complement. ...

Double-slit device is but a wave detector than a bullet hole counter. Particle and wave are fundamentally different. Particle is mass of distinct entity, and wave is the reaction of it's complement, which is wide and complex. The participating entities and their actions can not be fully identified. Nonetheless, particle and wave are separate entities. Isn't it scientifically essential to differentiate particle and wave? ...

1 Introduction 2 Current Contradictory Interpretations 2.1 Particle-Wave Duality 2.2 Observation Alters The Outcome 2.3 Uncertainty 2.4 Particles Can Be In Different Places At A Time 3 Anatomy of Double-Slit Device 3.1 The Deficiency of Double-Slit Device 4 A Look at Current Experiment 4.1 Test with Additional Detectors 4.2 Summary 5 Anatomy of Particle and Wave 5.1 Three States of Particle 5.1.1 Particle at Rest 5.1.2 Particle Spin 5.1.3 Particle Translation 5.2 Shape of Wave 5.3 Detection of Particle In Motion 26 6 Restudy the Double-Slit Experiment 6.1 Design 6.1.1 Definitions of the Components 6.1.2 Data Collected 6.1.3 Assumptions Experiment I - Reliability Test Experiment II - Normal Open Slit Test Experiment III - Additional Detectors Experiment IV - Wave Only Test Experiment V - Single Slit Test7 Summary 8 Appendix - Jeopardy of Atomic Experiments 8.1 Submerged Chemical Laboratory 8.2 Electron Cloud and Entanglement 9 Appendix - Fundamental Principles References...

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The Divine Codes : A Voyage for Love and Peace

By: Alok Jagawat, Editor; Rocky Jamwal

This is a untimely magazine which will carry Research articles on Sthapatya, Palmistry, Yoga, Ayurveda, Nadi Jyotish etc.

“The best creations in the world are the one that belong to the unsung spiritual powers that manifest as elysian or almost divine forms. The words further are just an assimilation of the alphabets that belongs to the anonymous mentor. We are simple mediums for this vast ocean of knowledge”...

Secret Ayurvedic formulae in Astrology The Wonders of Neechbhanga Rajayoga. Unmarried Woman. (Spinster), astrological Perspective. Flood Fury and heavy rains In Jammu and Kashmir 2014. The science of Meditation. The earthquake in Nepal. Ascension of the Earth: Decoded Names, signs and their significance in vastu : Kaankini Chakram Unlocking the Mystery of Past Birth - Part : Past Life Astrology & Past Life Regression. Nagmani : The Secrets Of Snake Stones. Nadi Mooka Prasna. Secrets of answering unknown questions. ...

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Vipassana : Confessions of a Serial Meditator, Tales of the Mind, Vol 1: 2nd Edition (less typos)

By: Anonymous

One Man. Ten days. No talking. One Centre. 102 meditators. No eye-contact. One Course. 105 hours of meditation. No gestures. One Law. One Truth. One Universe. This story isn't about me, it's about you. It may read as if it's about me, but if you've ever sought the Truth, then it's about you too. Surrender; it's the only way to win the war, the one being fought within, deep down in the trenches of your mind. Wherever that may be . . . Can I do it? And if so, what then? ...

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Abraded Emotionality

By: Manohar Asija

This moderately sized novel opens before the reader, with an episode that took place during the very first halt, by a group of very intimate three unwed oldies, all retired college teachers of Delhi University. They were on a pleasure trip from Delhi to Kosani, a tourist resort situated in the Kumayun Hills a range of the Himalayas in the North of India. After having driven over a hundred kilometers relating to this journey, they had halted for refreshment at a place, where one of them is accosted by the owner of the roadside `Dhaba` (an indigenous restaurant). It triggers the person accosted to recall his boyhood days. Again, at their destination, the other one is accosted by an ex-girlfriend of his, in the distant past. The `trio` who are given to such type of tours, happen to meet two other ladies almost at the same time, while staying in a very beautiful zone of Goa. Here, each of these women have had been connected with either of the two other Professors, who hasn’t yet met any such female pupil of his, during the various other tours, undertaken by them the `trio` till then. These chance meetings brings forth during the...

Three chronic bachelors, on their way to Kosani (Kumayun Hills), have just completed their breakfast at a roadside modern `Dhaba` and the cashier for this solid group of three looks towards his companions, as if to seek their consent to signal the `boy` to bring the bill. So, in a broader sense, we used to be treating each other as `neighbour`, during those days. He is younger to me by a couple of years, but his physique and mannerism suggested his equaling me in age. Of course, he always remained conscious of my superiority, because at that point of time, I already had schooling for seven years, whereas he was thoroughly illiterate. …………………. Kundan happened to be the only `writer` available, had a brisk business almost for a fortnight. "I think that it was here that I actually began to earn for months at a run. One day, my earnings went to as high as Five Rupees and 14 Annas, I decided to place it before my mother, instead of handing it over to my father, as usual. …………. "Well, Khanna Ji, how long you had to work with this medico, before resuming your interrupted schooling?" This question was asked by Mr Nepali. "Of...

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K's Bhoomika

By: Manohar Asija

Having lost her mother, and virtually rendered `orphan`, in the absence of `father`, a little girl Named Bhoomika, by dint of sheer circumstances, happens to reach a virgin teacher. Here, the `blessed opportunity for education` awaits her, as she is inspired and guided by this benevolent lady towards higher education. Once, she was offered a part-time job of `a reader for a blind class-fellow` of hers at Khadi Degree College, Guwahati: and she gladly accepted it. Of course, some nascent opportunities came to her, even in Delhi, when she was staying in a Working Women’s Hostel, while doing some odd jobs to support self, economically. But the travails of life also came her way; and she coped up with every sort of situation, by way of `fine-tuning` the responses from her brain and heart, every time, with an objective to attaining a quality decision from within. Having once been requested by very senior colleague to stay with one spinster Professor, during her illness, she served the lady so dutifully that the Professor persistently requested her to live with her till the young girl is married off. Having attained some extraordinary ...

"In fact, I had never spoken to her even a single word, though she continued to send me signals for initiating a dialogue with her. I had to go to fetch my daily quota of water from the water-tap, provided at the back of her tenement, for all the four segments, in the vicinity. Almost every time, we had to place our buckets or utensils, in a queue, while waiting for our turn. Being shy of passing through the front lane, while approaching the water-tap, I preferred to walk along the back of the segment, in our front. God knows, how she could spot me from such a long distance that I had come out of my room, with buckets in my hands. Quite often, I marked her busy in looking towards me with furtive glances, while waiting for her turn, as she would deliberately waste her time, simply to ignore the fact of my arrival there and would thus make room for me to place my buckets before hers.” .......... It pains him to recall his last meeting with that `unfortunate girl`, who was destined to spend a spinster's life and breathe her last, while resting her head at Bihari's knee, who kept caressing her forehead, in the presence of her trusted ...

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My Dear Sister-in-Law

By: Manohar Asija

Female spouse of one’s brother is called `sister-in-law`; similarly the sister of one’s spouse is sister-in-law. Again, the wife of one’s brother-in-law is also called sister-in-law, subject however to the condition that the said brother-in-law is not the husband of one’s own sister. Thus, in Indian society, we find a vast variety of sister-in-law. However, one factor of commonality is often found in the cases where at both ends of this relationship, we have females. The say that this factor provides sauce to our family life, by swift maneuvers of their inimical or endearing postures towards each other. The author has picked up every variety of this relationship from the middle-class stratum of Indian society, while sketching his story for this fictional narration. However, in a given situation, we feel like addressing or being addressed as `MUY DEAR SISTER-IN-LAW`. To take the story forward, the author has tried his best to strew certain suchlike expressions coming forth sporadically, uttered by one or the other character ,irrespective of his/her sex. ...

Perched in his wheelchair, at the moment on 30th June, 2007, this erstwhile lover of Maya -law. Of course, this infirm oldie his first ever acquaintance with Vibha Ratra took place, when his family ... Our mother, though surprised to be getting acquainted by her son to Mrs Wilson as the bride's mother, chose to maintain silence about her knowledge of that lady's `swarthy` reputation in the residential vicinity, during their adolescence. Instead of consoling his father in a socially approved manner, the arrogant son had yelled out at the top of his voice, "Papa, you have had enough of her during the past 45 years. In case, you still need a woman's company, there is no dearth of this lot to provide warmth to your body. The following day, while exiting from the faculty meet, Vibha marked that Dr Rawat looked eager to join her, while she was proceeding towards the group of some junior teachers of her department, already waiting for their head of the department. Really, it's an agonizing account," Madhukar ejaculated following a long sigh. After a short while, he resumes, "You can bank upon, this humble friend for all support, wheneve...

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