Saturday, August 9, 2008

Science and Physics

Tesla's Hidden Space Propulsion System 2nd Edition (pdf format) 1428 kb

Einstein's Trauma By Stephen Hawking (pdf format) 616 Kbytes

Einstein Quotes (pdf format) 25 kb

The world As I See It Albert Einstein physics - philosophy (pdf format) 387 kb

Physics Optics (pdf format) 1383 kb

Physics of Illusion by Albert Einstein (pdf format) 41 KB

The Nature Of Space And Time Stephen Hawking (pdf format) 364 KB

Theory of Everything Stephen Hawking (pdf format) 197 KB

Space And Time Warps Stephen Hawking (pdf format) 132 KB

Summation Of Tesla's Dynamic Theory Of Gravity by William R Lyne - Physics (pdf format) 46 KB

Physics For Dummies (pdf format) 7MB


AIO-AlbertEinstein-Book Collection -12 books (rar file) 3 MB

On Intelligence by Jeff Hawkins
From the inventor of the PalmPilot comes a new and compelling theory of intelligence, brain function, and the future of intelligent machines

Jeff Hawkins, the man who created the PalmPilot, Treo smart phone, and other handheld devices, has reshaped our relationship to computers. Now he stands ready to revolutionize both neuroscience and computing in one stroke, with a new understanding of intelligence itself.

Hawkins develops a powerful theory of how the human brain works, explaining why computers are not intelligent and how, based on this new theory, we can finally build intelligent machines.

The brain is not a computer, but a memory system that stores experiences in a way that reflects the true structure of the world, remembering sequences of events and their nested relationships and making predictions based on those memories. It is this memory-prediction system that forms the basis of intelligence, perception, creativity, and even consciousness.

In an engaging style that will captivate audiences from the merely curious to the professional scientist, Hawkins shows how a clear understanding of how the brain works will make it possible for us to build intelligent machines, in silicon, that will exceed our human ability in surprising ways.
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Charles Robert Darwin (12 February 1809 – 19 April 1882) was an English naturalist who achieved lasting fame by producing considerable evidence that species originated through evolutionary change, at the same time proposing the scientific theory that natural selection is the mechanism by which such change occurs. This theory is now considered a cornerstone of biology, and has significantly affected other disciplines such as philosophy, psychology and anthropology.

Darwin developed an interest in natural history while studying first medicine, then theology, at university. Darwin's observations on his five-year voyage on the Beagle brought him eminence as a geologist and fame as a popular author. His biological finds led him to study the transmutation of species and in 1838 he conceived his theory of natural selection. Fully aware that others had been severely punished for such "heretical" ideas, he confided only in his closest friends and continued his research to meet anticipated objections. However, in 1858 the information that Alfred Russel Wallace had developed a similar theory forced an early joint publication of the theory.

His 1859 book On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or The Preservation of Favored Races in the Struggle for Life (usually abbreviated to The Origin of Species) established evolution by common descent as the dominant scientific explanation of diversification in nature. He continued his research and wrote a series of books on plants and animals, including humankind, notably The Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sex and The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals.

Darwin Collection

The Expression Of The Emotions In Man And Animals
by Darwin, Charles - Science & Technology/Behavioral 240 pages 522 kb

Naturalists Voyage Round The World by Darwin, Charles - Exploration/Historical 6.2 MB 375 pages

Volcanic islands by Darwin, Charles 422 kb

The movements and habits of climbing plants by Darwin, Charles 243 kb

The different forms of flowers on plants of the same species by Darwin, Charles 470 kb

The Voyage Of The Beagle by Darwin, Charles 1 MB

The Autobiography of Charles Darwin by Charles Darwin 108 kb

On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection by Charles Darwin 721 kb

Insectivorous Plants by Charles Darwin 1MB

The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex by Charles Darwin 2MB

Coral Reefs by Darwin, Charles - Science & Technology/Oceanography 183 pages 402 kb

Effects of Cross and Self Fertilisation in the Vegetable Kingdom by Charles Darwin 737 kb

Geological Observations on South America by Charles Darwin 640 kb

Formation of Vegetable Mould by Charles Darwin 272 kb

Mysterious Creatures: A Guide To Cryptozoology
by George M.Eberhart
Each creature is classified according to variant names, description, distribution, behavior, etc. The entries are fairly objective, and list the best explanations for the sightings. The criteria for inclusion as a "mysterious creature" are perhaps coo liberal, with some entries based on little more than one folkloric source (and creatures such as leprechauns, elves, and fairies are listed). Complete with a comprehensive geographical index, a listing of lake and river monsters by region, and a lengthy section on animals discovered since 1900, this is an excellent (though prohibitively expensive $370 for the H/C) resource for those interested in unknown creatures.

From Bigfoot and the bonobo to the Central Asian wildman, Mysterious Creatures presents an extensive overview of every reported cryptid from around the world. Each entry traces the fascinating history of sightings and known habitats and includes details such as the significant encounters, present status, and possible identifications of these creatures.
- Over 1,000 entries
- 60+ illustrations
- Distribution maps
- Bibliographies for each entry
- Appendix
- Index
- The first reference to use up-to-date, global geographic place names to identify where the animals live or lived
- Suggested explanations for mystery animals, with comments on why or why not they are valid

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