Comparative Biomechanics Lifes Physical World Vogel

Biomechanics and Physical Training of the Horse (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by enmoys at May 28, 2016
Biomechanics and Physical Training of the Horse (Repost)

Biomechanics and Physical Training of the Horse By Jean-Marie Denoix
2013 | 192 Pages | ISBN: 184076192X | PDF | 811 MB

Biomechanics and Physical Training of the Horse  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by advisors at Aug. 8, 2014
Biomechanics and Physical Training of the Horse

Biomechanics and Physical Training of the Horse By Jean-Marie Denoix
2013 | 192 Pages | ISBN: 184076192X | PDF | 828 MB
Physical Computing: Sensing and Controlling the Physical World with Computers (Repost)

Dan O'Sullivan, Tom Igoe, "Physical Computing: Sensing and Controlling the Physical World with Computers"
2004 | pages: 495 | ISBN: 159200346X | PDF | 15,2 mb

The Physical World: An Inspirational Tour of Fundamental Physics  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by interes at June 26, 2017
The Physical World: An Inspirational Tour of Fundamental Physics

The Physical World: An Inspirational Tour of Fundamental Physics by Nicholas Manton and Nicholas Mee
English | 2017 | ISBN: 0198795939, 0198796110 | 608 pages | PDF | 26,2 MB
From Exchange to Contributions: Generalizing Peer Production into the Physical World

From Exchange to Contributions: Generalizing Peer Production into the Physical World by Christian Siefkes
English | Sep. 20, 2007 | ISBN: 3940736007 | 155 Pages | PDF | 1 MB

§ A new mode of production has emerged in the areas of software and content production. This mode, which is based on sharing and cooperation, has spawned whole mature operating systems such as GNU/Linux as well as innumerable other free software applications; giant knowledge bases such as the Wikipedia; a large free culture movement; and a new, wholly decentralized medium for spreading, analyzing and discussing news and knowledge, the so-called blogosphere.

The Physical World of Late Antiquity  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by nebulae at May 26, 2017
The Physical World of Late Antiquity

Samuel Sambursky, "The Physical World of Late Antiquity"
English | ISBN: 0691606374, 0691084769 | 2014 | 202 pages | PDF | 4 MB

Are Numbers Real?: The Uncanny Relationships Between Maths and the Physical World  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by arundhati at March 30, 2017
Are Numbers Real?: The Uncanny Relationships Between Maths and the Physical World

Brian Clegg, "Are Numbers Real?: The Uncanny Relationships Between Maths and the Physical World"
2017 | ISBN-10: 1472139763 | 304 pages | EPUB | 0,4 MB

Are Numbers Real?: The Uncanny Relationship of Mathematics and the Physical World  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Bayron at Feb. 27, 2017
Are Numbers Real?: The Uncanny Relationship of Mathematics and the Physical World

Are Numbers Real?: The Uncanny Relationship of Mathematics and the Physical World by Brian Clegg
English | 2016 | ISBN: 1250081041 | 304 pages | EPUB | 1,4 MB

Consciousness in the Physical World Perspectives on Russellian Monism [Repost]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tanas.olesya at Feb. 20, 2017
Consciousness in the Physical World Perspectives on Russellian Monism [Repost]

Consciousness in the Physical World Perspectives on Russellian Monism by Yujin Nagasawa
English | 21 May 2015 | ISBN: 0199927359 | 472 Pages | PDF | 2 MB

According to Russellian monism, an alternative to the familiar theories in the philosophy of mind that combines attractive components of physicalism and dualism, matter has intrinsic properties that both constitute consciousness and serve as categorical bases for the dispositional properties described in physics.

The Nature of Matter: Understanding the Physical World [repost]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by FenixN at Oct. 1, 2016
The Nature of Matter: Understanding the Physical World [repost]

The Nature of Matter: Understanding the Physical World
Audio CDs in MP3 / English: MP3, 128 kb/s (2 ch) | Duration: 12:18:29 | 2015 | ISBN-10: 1598039342 | + PDF Book
Size: 677 MB | Genre: Physics

Matter is the raw material of the universe. Discover how the immense variety of matter - stars, mountains, plants, people - is generated by a limited number of chemical elements that combine in simple, well-defined ways. Consider carbon, a relatively common atom with many faces: diamond, which is the hardest known mineral; graphite, which is among the softest known substances; and carbon nanotubes, which are 300 times stronger than steel and have remarkable electrical properties.