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The End 2016 Mathematics A To Z: Distribution (statistics)

As I’ve done before I’m using one of my essays to set up for another essay. It makes a later essay easier. What I want to talk about is worth some paragraphs on its own. 919 more words

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How October 2016 Treated My Mathematics Blog

I do try to get these monthly readership review posts done close to the start of the month. I was busy the 1st of the month, though, and had to fit around the End 2016 Mathematics A To Z. 871 more words

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How September 2016 Treated My Mathematics Blog

I put together another low-key, low-volume month in September. In trade, I got a low readership: my lowest in the past twelve months, according to WordPress, and less than a thousand readers for the first time since May. 808 more words

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Famous Scientists Who Believed in God - Part 11 - William Thomson Kelvin

William Thomson Kelvin (1824-1907)


Kelvin was foremost among the small group of British scientists who helped to lay the foundations of modern physics. His work covered many areas of physics, and he was said to have more letters after his name than anyone else in the Commonwealth, since he received numerous honorary degrees from… 144 more words

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Pretty important article on new energy: Jeff Smith, Ian Greenhalgh (and Gordon Duff) VT 5-14-16… “Keshe, Maxwell, Hertz and the key to Gravity, Electromagnetism and Physics”

Prefacing this- I don’t pretend to understand all of the scientific facts that are being discussed, however I sense that this is an important post and makes sense with what has been going on-transparency rules the planet more everyday and hidden stuff comes out more including new technologies, and hidden scientific data. 68 more words

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21st April 1856. Genius!

‘From a long view of the history of mankind…there can be little doubt that the most significant event of the 19thc will be judged as Maxwell’s discovery of the Laws of Electro-magnetism.(1… 336 more words

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LA NASCITA E LA PRIMA AFFERMAZIONE DELLA TEORIA DI CAMPO: L'OPERA DI FARADAY E MAXWELL

di Roberto Renzetti.

PREMESSA

Questo lavoro è il seguito ideale di R. Renzetti, Concezioni particellari nel XVII e XVIII secolo, LFnS, XIII, 2 e 3, 1980.

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