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- Hyperspace Reality
- Despite the fact that the 'new' physics, a godchild of the Einsteinian revolution has taught us that the Universe we perceive is a mere shadow of a vastly more unpredictable one, most of us still view the world in a distinctly materialistic way. A world where...
Modern Science >> New Physics
- The great problem in practical workings is to bring things through to the Sphere of Malkuth and to do this effectively we must bridge between Malkuth and Yesod. Yesod is represented by the nines in the tarot, great strength, material happiness, despair and...
Magick >> Qabalah
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- Role of Carbonyl Modifications on Aging-Associated Protein Aggregation
- (e) Correlation plots: rms radius values plotted against the corresponding MW values (both in logarithmic scale) of protein aggregates in bone marrow cells collected from 3, 12 and 22 months old mice.
- Hydrogen sulphide is warmest ever superconductor at 203 K
- Hydrogen sulphide becomes a superconductor at the surprisingly high temperature of 203 K (–70 °C), when under a pressure of 1.5 million bar, according to recent work done by physicists in Germany. This smashes the previous record for conventional ...
- Superconductivity record sparks wave of follow-up physics
- Empirical covalent radius of S is 1,00 Angström (A) and empirical covalent radius of H is 0.37 A, their corresponding relative atomic masses are MS=32.06 and MH = 1.
- Fish-scale bio-inspired multifunctional ZnO nanostructures
- Nanoindentation testing was carried out with an Ultra-Micro Indentation System (UMIS-2000, CSIRO, Sydney, NSW, Australia), and a Berkvich tip with a radius of 200 nm was used to test the hardness and to determine Young's modulus. ....
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