In the last 30 years of his life, Albert Einstein searched for a unified theory - a theory which could describe all the forces of nature in a single framework. But the time was not right for such a discovery in Einstein's day. Neither was the time right when, in 1988, Professor Stephen Hawking wrote A Brief History of Time, in which he took us on a journey through classical physics, Einstein's theory of relativity, quantum physics and string theory in order to explain the universe that we live in. He concluded, like Einstein, that science may soon arrive at the long sought after 'Theory of Everything'. In this groundbreaking new work, Professor Hawking and renowned science writer Leonard Mlodinow have drawn on 40 years of Hawking's own research and a recent series of extraordinary astronomical observations and theoretical breakthroughs to reveal an original and controversial theory. They convincingly argue that scientific obsession with formulating a single new model may be misplaced, and that by synthesising existing theories we may discover the key to finally understanding the universe's deepest mysteries. Written with the clarity and lively style for which Hawking is famous, The Grand Design is an account of Hawking's quest to fuse these different strands of scientific theory. It examines the differences between past and future, explains the nature of reality and asks an all-important question: How far can we go in our search for understanding and knowledge? 1. Language: English. Narrator: Steve West. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/rhuk/000684/bk_rhuk_000684_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
We have selected for you 100 great quotes about science. The education of the people is a great wealth. Learning science and create our future through knowledge and science are great challenges for the nation. It will open the horizons of a glorious future. Our audiobook will help you to think, to analyze, to boost your creativity, using science, knowledge, by listening and thinking about those very appropriate quotes. Take some time to analyze and think about what those great minds will tell you about science. A great quote is very similar to a great thinking and a small poem. It can encapsulate a large web of ideas, thoughts, reflections, emotions in a few words. The reader of a great quote is forced to think about what he just heard. He has to think about those words and what they mean. An excellent quote requires the reader to pause to contemplate the real meaning and poesy of a few words. A great thought reaches a level of universality. Quotes hit hard into the essence of being human. The right quote can help us to see some invisible meanings of things or subjects. The range of authors of those 100 quotes about science is very large: from Nikola Tesla to Albert Einstein, from Isaac Asimov to Stephen Hawking, Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, from Jules Verne to Thomas A. Edison, Adam Smith, Leonardo da Vinci and many more. Take advantage of the knowledge and the intelligence of all those men and women! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Stuart Walker. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/cids/000473/bk_cids_000473_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Intelligence is an important thing that relates to mental ability. It is a hypothetical idea that expresses certain types of behavior of a man. This is the way of imagination to practical life. Albert Einstein says, "Imagination is more important than knowledge." At the same time, intelligence is a major part of brain power! Using this brain power, common people can be a legend; a poor country may be rich. Look at Japan! What Japan had after the Second World War! It was nothing! Japan started from zero, and changed its own color! Yes, now Japan is the most remarkable country in the world. How Japan made it possible? Japan took advantages of intelligence! Imagination is more powerful to bring the change, and what is urgent to make the change. Famous scientist Stephen Hawking says, “Intelligence is the ability to adapt to change.” It's true always! Intelligence has the ability to create a lot! Brain power can do everything. Moreover, intelligence may be a little word, but it has the ability to change the full view. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Tracy Tupman. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/161838/bk_acx0_161838_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Discover the lessons from Leonardo Da Vinci that can transform your life! Da Vinci was a renaissance man in many guises and roles. In this book, we encourage you to become a renaissance thinker and embrace many roles. Think laterally. See the world in a different way. Challenge your thinking. Provide a balance to your life. Combine the artistic and practical. Each of the lessons is geared to awaken your inner genius, your potential for adventure. Step by step, these creativity lessons will encourage your creativity. In Da Vinci's quest for truth, he encountered many obstacles. He learned to develop skills to overcome these. Likewise, you have innate abilities that may be developed as coping mechanisms. Be curious. Awaken a thirst for knowledge. Develop an instinct to explore. And delve beneath the surface. Do not be daunted by the prospect of failure. See it as a challenge. By exploring and being curious, Da Vinci became a genius, philosopher, artist, and architect of life. Do not become overwhelmed or sidetracked by minor objectives. Be focused. Da Vinci was single-minded in his quest, and it paid off. And the reality is that his approach was simple. Not complicated. We encourage you to see the connection between things, to learn to link everything. Once you start linking aspects of your life and knowledge, you will start seeing everything as a continuum. In this book, we encourage you to take notes. Like Da Vinci, whose notes were varied and contained instructions on everything, including approaches to creating visual art and painting techniques and everything he encountered, your personal notes may become a stepping stone to reaching your goals. What do you want to achieve? And how can you go about achieving them? Make notes, do mind maps. Make connections. Here's a preview of what you will learn: Curiosity - a quest and thirst for knowledge Demonstration - learning from e 1. Language: English. Narrator: Daniel Hawking. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/050191/bk_acx0_050191_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Edwin Hubble was a man ahead of his time. For him only astronomy really mattered. He took advantage of the opportunity given to him to use the most advanced telescope of his time to determine the truth behind the most distant clouds of light visible to Earth-based observers. His major discoveries changed our knowledge of our place in the universe forever. His determination that the universe is expanding served as the foundation for the big bang theory, which proposes that the entire universe started as an intense energy burst that occurred at a single moment of time. He made observations and drew intelligent assumptions from them. In the process he founded a new discipline that has now contributed much to our knowledge of the forces and the nature of the matter that make up the universe. Hubble's work offered evidence that changed humankind's perception of the universe. He wanted to find something unexpected, and he did so admirably. The impact of his declaration that the galaxies are hurtling away from each other and that the space between them is expanding as time goes by can be felt until now. The proponents of the big bang theory used Hubble's observations to set down their basic assumptions. Modern astrophysicists theorize that as a consequence of this expansion, it is possible that at a certain point, this instability will lead to a reversal of the expansion and the universe itself will end in a big crunch. Another theory presents the possibility of an unending expansion that will also lead to the death of the universe due to cooling and distension. In A Brief History of Time, Stephen Hawking, the preeminent British astrophysicist, stated that Hubble's discovery of the expanding universe was "one of the great intellectual revolutions of the 20th century." 1. Language: English. Narrator: Gregory Diehl. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/038911/bk_acx0_038911_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Tetrastatum introduces and uses the principles of PsychothotonixSM which is the measurement and control of human perceptions and related human behavior patterns based on space-time imaging. Both the PsychothotonixSM and photonic effects embedded in the novel are a subset of the accepted laws of physics and extended to augment the entertainment experience. Tetrastatum introduces novice listeners to basic physics concepts as well as puts forth illuminating theories for the most advanced physicist to ponder. Topics include quantum teleportation, the extension of Schrödinger’s wave function to reveal imaginary “thotonic” universes, and much more, giving the listener an understanding of “conscious control”, an invaluable tool sharpening self-empowerment skills leaving one with the knowledge of the certainty of their own ability to alter the future.“People will be immersed in the concepts of translating other parallel universe ideas into visual/image interpretations of external quantum relativity theories.” (Stephen Hawking)What if the laws of physics as we understand them are incomplete, only half of the equations that explain reality? Mankind has been blinded by the light, searching for answers in the photonic (material) universe while the truths are concealed beyond the shutter speed of our biological cameras. One day, an image processor evolves. Schrödinger’s equation is finally interpreted correctly by Dr. Richard revealing that the dualistic imaginary solution prior thereto discarded by physicists is actually the key to mankind’s quest to answer the unanswerable. What happens to me after I die? What is the ultimate source and origin of creation? What is reality? Dr. Richard’s equations bring forth the darkness of the imaginary (non-matter) universes unraveling the mysteries of space-time giving mankind full comprehension of the miraculous nature of the essence of reality, the fourth state, Tetrastat 1. Language: English. Narrator: Brian Wiggins. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/159168/bk_acx0_159168_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Our intuition about how things should behave is usually right in the everyday world. We see the baseball soar in the air, arc, drop, and lie stationary on the ground. Through data gathered by our senses and basic knowledge of the laws of classical mechanics, the motion of a ball makes perfect sense.But enter the world of the tiniest particles on earth—the motion of electrons, the shapes of molecules—and everything we think we know about the world radically changes. To understand what’s really happening in the world around us, to comprehend the mysterious, counterintuitive science of the small, we must take a quantum theory view of nature. Like no other book before it, Absolutely Small makes the inherently challenging field of quantum theory understandable to nonscientists, without oversimplifying and without bogging down in complicated math. Written by an award-winning professor at Stanford University, the book uses clear explanations and real-world examples instead of dense equations to help you understand: Why strawberries are red and blueberries are blue How particles can change from “mixed states” to “pure states” based solely on observation How a single photon can be in two places at the same time Why quantum matter sometimes acts like particles, and other times like waves Why a piece of metal will glow red when it is hot, and turn blue when it’s even hotter What makes salt dissolve in water, while oil does not, and much more In the tradition of Stephen Hawking and Lewis Thomas, but without the rigorous mathematical requirements, Absolutely Small demystifies the fascinating realm of quantum physics and chemistry, complete with compelling accounts of the scientists and experiments that helped form our current understanding of quantum matter. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Scott Peterson. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/gdan/000465/bk_gdan_000465_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Rewire Your Brain Completely. Think How You Want To Think. Stop falling into disempowering patterns of thinking. Arm yourself today with this step-by-step guide for NLP and mind control! Have you ever had a memory that, when brought up again, brings out the worst emotions in you? Perhaps it's an overwhelming sense of fear that you feel, despair, grief, or embarrassment. It takes control of your current self, and although the experience happened yesterday, a year ago, or even a decade ago, the vividness of that memory has a huge impact on how you perceive the world today. What if you could rewrite that memory and associate new feelings with it? Would you choose to be happy with, satisfied with, or even entertained by that memory instead? This is one of the ideas that brought me into the field of neurolinguistic programming. With NLP you really can reprogram your mind, replacing disempowering thoughts with empowering ones that allow your life to move on and allow you to become a stronger and more successful person. In this book I break down my studies of NLP into the 21 most important techniques that any beginner can use to get started. With each of these nuggets of knowledge, I can get you on the right track to making a few tweaks in your mental programming that will boost your level of success and skyrocket your confidence. I also hope you will be inspired to study each of these techniques further, to really take advantage of the power of NLP. So what are you waiting for? A new life is waiting for you just around the corner! Here is a sneak peek of what I'll teach you: The basics of NLP Anchoring - your "bookmark" for a particular emotion The basics of pattern interruption The Swish pattern for rewiring behavior The loop break technique for subconscious thinking The framing technique for deamplifying bad memories Using presupposition 1. Language: English. Narrator: Daniel Hawking. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/061830/bk_acx0_061830_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
This is a theoretical Proof of "In nature a signal can move faster than light" by Using the movement of the frame of references and signal, which will be contradict the present knowledge in the science. Also it comprises contradictory remarks on Heisenberg s Uncertainty Principle,De-Broglie hypothesis, Conclusion of Brief History of Time by Stephan Hawking , Speed of light is not Constant, Universal Pease Can Be A Goal as a Appendix ,Conclusion which proves self contradictory existence of Lorentz Transformation,Comment's on Einstein's Mass Energy Relation .