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Nothing I Say Matters

Your first mistake is thinking that what you say matters. Which doesn’t mean that what you say doesn’t matter, but when you put yourself out there in a public forum such as, say, Thought Catalog and you’ve got all your pride invested in the opinion you’re speaking from the podium, you’re asking to have your self-worth challenged when people inevitably (and it is inevitable) tell you that you’re wrong, or out-of-hand, or totally misguided. 647 more words

Lenin: Empirio-criticism and historical materialism - part fourteen

Ernst Haeckel and Ernst Mach (continued)

Imagine the bitter lot of a Machist when his favourite subtle constructions, which reduce the categories of natural science to mere working hypotheses, are laughed at by the scientists on both sides of the ocean as sheer nonsense! 368 more words

Philosophy

What really matters!!!

God bless you,

Today I want to share with you something that happened to me recently, my purpose is not to attack nor offend anyone, I just wanna share my mind and heart, so keep that in the back of your mind. 588 more words

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Axiom Cosmology: A New Direction

Read  full  paper  at:

http://www.scirp.org/journal/PaperInformation.aspx?PaperID=52373#.VJODucCAM4

Author(s)

Yonghong Liu*

Affiliation(s)

School of Automation, Wuhan University of Technology, Wuhan, China.

ABSTRACT

In this work we have to deal with the axiomatization of cosmology, but it is only recently that we have hit upon a new mathematical approach to capitalize on our new set identities for the basic laws of cosmology. 489 more words

Thursday, 12/18/14

Learning Objectives:

  • Compare and contrast mass and weight
  • Explain that density (mass/volume) is a characteristic property that can be used to identify an element or substance…
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Matter

qi (chi) in chinese medicine

Qi, also known as Chi, is an important part of Traditional Chinese Medicine theory. Usually associated with that magical, mystical, indescribable and immeasurable force that separates Traditional Chinese Medicine from the rational approach of science and BioMedicine, in TCM ”Qi” is also used to describe the functioning of the organ systems & the refined essences that the organs and body produce. 447 more words

Chinese Medicine