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Journal of Consciousness Exploration & Research Volume 3 Issue 9: Science of Compassion, Experiential Reality, Physical & Metaphysical States, Mysteries of Time & Light

  10/02/2012       llmoonll      0 Comments

Journal of Consciousness Exploration & Research (JCER, http: //www.jcer.com) is a publication in which scientists, philosophers and other learned scholars publish their research results and express their views on the nature, origin and mechanism of consciousness. In doing so, we hope that one day we will be able to arrive at a genuine science of consciousness. This is JCER Volume 3 Issue 9 first published in October 2012. It is entitled Science of Compassion, Experiential Reality, Physical & Metaphysical States, Mysteries of Time & Light and contains the following Articles: (1) Science of Compassion; (2) The Individuals Conscious or Unconscious Creation of Experiential Reality; (3) On Quantum Consciousness Mechanics; (4) What Do We Feel When We Feel Time Passing? (5) The Experiential Basis of the Spiritualist/Materialist Duality; and (6) Who Will Tell Us How Space & Time Are Non-existent for Light?

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Kreiselpumpen: Eine Einfuhrung in Wesen, Bau Und Berechnung Von Kreisel- Oder Zentrifugalpumpen

  10/02/2012       ssa      0 Comments

Dieser Buchtitel ist Teil des Digitalisierungsprojekts Springer Book Archives mit Publikationen, die seit den Anfangen des Verlags von 1842 erschienen sind. Der Verlag stellt mit diesem Archiv Quellen fur die historische wie auch die disziplingeschichtliche Forschung zur Verfugung, die jeweils im historischen Kontext betrachtet werden mussen. Dieser Titel erschien in der Zeit vor 1945 und wird daher in seiner zeittypischen politisch-ideologischen Ausrichtung vom Verlag nicht beworben.

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Discover How You Can Make Money in the Currency Markets Even If You Know Nothing about Forex - And Much More - 101 World Class Expert Facts, Hints, Ti

  10/02/2012       arkola1      0 Comments

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Discover How You Can Make Money in the Currency Markets Even If You Know Nothing about Forex - And Much More - 101 World Class Expert Facts, Hints, Ti
 
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Information is power - you know that. But, how do you research the best Currency Trading strategies, without spending too much of your time (and money) on it? The average person earns $ 1100 per week, which equates to $ 27 per hour. Trying to do the research yourself would take you at least 5 hours to come up with the best information, AND youll have to do this on a regular basis to come up with the most up to date and current information. There has to be a different way to find the info you want! Well, yes there is... we did all the research for you, combed through all the information and got down to the hard core of the 101 most up to date and best Facts, Hints, Tips and Advice here, in this book.The 101 of the most current, most actual and beneficial Facts, Hints, Tips and Advice you can find from experts in the field on Currency Trading:- Forex Trading Made E Z Instructs Day Trading and Forex Scalping and is the Best Currency Course Ever- A Currency Trading System That Has Investors in a Frenzy Over the Profits it is Making is FAP Turbo- Straight Forex Currency Course is Where the Global FX Firms Send There Staff to Learn Forex Trading- Forex Trading System Technical Advances Are the Main Reason Many New Investors Are Becoming Wealthy- One of the Best Forex Trading Books Available - If You Want to Succeed As a Trader Its a Must Read- Limitations of Using Forex Trading Software - What the Experts Did Not Want You to Know About This- Discover How You Can Make Money in the Currency Markets Even If You Know Nothing About Finance- Forex Online Trading - 2009 - Eight Decisions to Help You With Your Forex Online Trading- Reasons Why You Should Buy Easy Forex to Make Big Dollars in Foreign Currency Trading- Learn to Trade Forex Right - How to Avoid the Pitfalls of Many Rookie Forex Traders...And Much More...

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Verdi and the French Aesthetic: Verse, Stanza, and Melody in Nineteenth-Century Opera

  10/02/2012       antananarivo      0 Comments

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Verdi and the French Aesthetic: Verse, Stanza, and Melody in Nineteenth-Century Opera
 
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Andreas Giger

Focusing on Verdis French operas, Giger shows how the composer acquired an ever better understanding of the various approaches to French versification while gradually bringing his works in line with French melodic aesthetic. In his first French opera, Jerusalem, Verdi treated the text in an overly cautious manner, trying to avoid prosodic mistakes; in Les Vepres siciliennes he began to apply more freedom, scanning the verses against some prosodic accents to convey the lightheartedness of a melody; and in Don Carlos he finally drew on the entire palette of prosodic interpretations. Most of Verdis melodic accomplishments in the French operas carried over into the subsequent Italian ones, setting the stage for what later would be called operatic verismo. Drawing attention to the significance of the libretto for the development of nineteenth-century French and Italian opera, this 2008 text illustrates Verdis gradual mastery of the challenges he faced, and their historical significance.

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Astronomy Photographer of the Year: Collection 1

  10/02/2012       Gastings_T      0 Comments

This collection of beautiful images of space taken by photographers from all over the world comprises images from the first four years of the Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition, which is organized by the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, in association with Sky at Night Magazine, and powered by the photo-sharing website Flickr. From giant storm systems in Jupiter’s atmosphere to the colorful wispy remnants of a supernova explosion and the dazzling green curtain of the Northern Lights, the competition brings together some of the last four years’ best space imagery of astronomical objects from within our solar system and far into deep space by astrophotographers from around the world. All winning, runner-up, and highly commended entries from all four years of the Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition are included, as well as all shortlisted images from the 2012 competition. The images are submitted in one the categories Earth and Space, Our Solar System, Deep Space, or Young Astronomy Photographer of the Year, and can also be entered for one of the special prizes—Best Newcomer, People and Space, or Robotic Scope. Each image is accompanied by caption, photographer, location, and technical details. More information about the competition and a short guide to taking astronomy photographs is included.

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Take Me Out(Kemmons Brothers Baseball 0.5)

  10/02/2012       lemell      0 Comments

The crack of the bat, the roar of the crowd . . . Four rising star authors celebrate the love of the game with these sweet and seductive baseball romances.Trade Off by Elley Arden: Traded and jaded, catcher Ben Border is considering stepping out from behind the plate. Then he runs into former flame Scarlett Dare. Turns out the sexy marketing executive still sends him into a fever pitch. But is she willing to trade Fortune 500 success for a happily ever after?Slugger Gone South by Alicia Hunter Pace: When New York Yankee Marc MacNeal comes to Merritt, Alabama, for a charity golf tournament, he’s shocked to be reunited with his ex-fiancee Bailey Watkins. It could be the perfect chance to get some long-awaited closure—or the start of a whole new ball game . . .That Ol’ Team Spirit by Bea Moon: Someone’s haunting the Sharks’ stadium and creating some major league mischief. So psychic Peg Noonan and her granddaughter Trish are determined to discover who’s menacing their concessions stand. With the help of Trish’s high school love, sportswriter Rob Hanks, they just might have a ghost of a (second) chance.Safe at Home by Leslie P. Garcia: Amanda Warner hates baseball, but knows it’ll take a swing for the fences to save her dad’s hardware store. Hoping his star power will bring the crowds in, she sets her sights on Scorpions’ All-Star Josh “Hotstuff” Arrevalos brings unexpected surprises. But is her heart ready to play ball again?Sensuality Level: Sensual

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Dont Call Me Christina Kringle

  10/02/2012       tamron10      0 Comments

This December, a girl who hates Christmas is in for the surprise of her lifeTen-year-old Christina Lucci absolutely despises everything about Christmas. The carols, the eggnog, the decorations—and most of all, Santa Claus. And for good reason: It all reminds her of her firefighter father, who loved the holiday season but died on the job last Christmas. For Christina, no Christmas will ever be merry again. To make things worse, this year, her grandfather’s shoe repair shop is failing. Bills keep piling up and the bank is ready to seize the shop. What Christina needs is a Christmas miracle.With the holidays fast approaching, Christina’s miracle comes in the form of magical brownies, spunky little creatures who just happen to be great at repairing shoes. These tiny helpers have the power to turn Christina’s whole life around—and maybe even get her back in the Christmas spirit.

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Outdoors in the Southwest: An Adventure Anthology

  10/02/2012       suicidea      0 Comments

More college students than ever are majoring in Outdoor Recreation, Outdoor Education, or Adventure Education, but fewer and fewer Americans spend any time in thoughtful, respectful engagement with wilderness. While many young people may think of adrenaline-laced extreme sports as prime outdoor activities, with Outdoors in the Southwest, Andrew Gulliford seeks to promote appreciation for and discussion of the wild landscapes where those sports are played.Advocating an outdoor ethic based on curiosity, cooperation, humility, and ecological literacy, this essay collection features selections by renowned southwestern writers including Terry Tempest Williams, Edward Abbey, Craig Childs, and Barbara Kingsolver, as well as scholars, experienced guides, and river rats. Essays explain the necessity of nature in the digital age, recount rafting adventures, and reflect on the psychological effects of expeditions. True-life cautionary tales tell of encounters with nearly disastrous flash floods, 900-foot falls, and lightning strikes. The final chapter describes the work of Great Old Broads for Wilderness, the Colorado Fourteeners Initiative, and other exemplars of “wilderness tithing”—giving back to public lands through volunteering, stewardship, and eco-advocacy.Addressing the evolution of public land policy, the meaning of wilderness, and the importance of environmental protection, this collection serves as an intellectual guidebook not just for students but for travelers and anyone curious about the changing landscape of the West.

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Best Christmas Ever

  10/02/2012       Gagarin321      0 Comments

Ching Ching learns the spirt of Christmas and that giving is often better than receivingChing Ching cant wait for Christmas. She loves wrapping presents, looking at twinkling Christmas lights, and eating yummy treats. But then she finds out that Christmas can be sad and lonely for some people. What can Ching Ching do to help?

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