Domain: slenters.ch

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en.wikipedia.org 28,718,623
books.google.com 13,486,892
youtube.com 30,834,319
linkinghub.elsevier.com 4,514,823
amazon.com 22,358,187
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Einstein and M=E/c2
Now, if we reverse the order, thus M=E/c2, suggesting that matter originates from energy, we are in for some very pleasant surprises: ...
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big cycle links
John Archibald Wheeler on the participatory universe Eminent theoretical physicist. An excellent account on the notion that we are shapers and creators ...
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big cycle links
The Gaia theory - Science of the living earth An introduction to the Gaia Theory developed by James Lovelock. From David Orell. The universe as hologram ...
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The LOTA philosophy of science, the science debate
The science debate on evolution, creation, a better big bang, science and the soul, faster than light, entropy.
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The LOTA philosophy of science, the science debate
The LOTA philosophy of science suggests an alternative that overcomes weaknesses of the Big Bang scenario. It overcomes also weaknesses found in the earlier ...
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Slenters Research on Einstein, LOTA and M=E/c2
Einstein, Slenters, LOTA, m=e/c2, universe as big cycle, consciousness as origin, universal organizing principle, M=E/c2, m=E/c2, aspire, aspire challenge, ...
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The LOTA philosophy of science, the science debate
While the LOTA philosophy of science agrees with the basic laws of entropy, it disagrees with the philosophical interpretations of these laws when they are ...
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