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- Synaesthesia: The Crossing of the Senses
- "We interpret one sense by another." William Hazlitt "Although medicine has known about synaesthesia for three centuries, it keeps forgetting that it knows. Richard Cytowic, in "Synaesthesia: Phenomenology and Neuropsychology a Review of...
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- Marxism and the Environment
- There were four such reserves (zapovedniks) by 1924. Many new research institutes were established, Russian scientists were seen as leading ecologists, and ecology courses started at Moscow University. The scientist Vladimir Vernadsky became world ...
- Was this 'emerald' brought to Earth 108 years ago by the Tunguska meteor?
- It was only much later that Lidiya, after reading the papers of Soviet mineralogist and geochemist Vladimir Vernadsky, she began to suspect her aquarium contained something valuable. Lidia Korshuova. Lidiya Korshunova, a historian and geologist, was ...
- Kesha Rogers: Mobilize the American People
- Mr. LaRouche was emphatic that the insights of Vladimir Vernadsky—and his understanding of the noösphere, and of the uniqueness of the human mind and the human species as a whole, setting mankind apart from the animals—are something which very ...
- Sao băng mang đá xanh biếc tựa ngọc lục bảo đến Trái Đất
- Sau khi đọc bài báo của nhà địa hóa học và khoáng vật học người Xô Viết Vladimir Vernadsky, Korshunova bắt đầu nghi ngờ xuất xứ của viên đá. Kết quả phân tích cho thấy so với thủy tinh thông thường, viên đá chứa lượng nickel lớn gấp 7,5 lần, lượng ...
- The Biosphere and the Noösphere
- by Vladimir I. Vernadsky. The following is excerpted from an article written in December 1943, and published in English in the American Scientist, January 1945.