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Parallax Of Growth

Author : Ole Bjerg
ISBN : 9781509506255
Genre : Philosophy
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Parallax of Growth explores the ideas of economy and ecology and the factors that have put them on a collision course. Bjerg argues that our current mode of economic organization is characterized by an inherent ï¿1⁄2debt driveï¿1⁄2, whereby the creation of money through the issuance of commercial bank credit has locked our economy into a vicious circle of forced growth and increasing debt. Parallax of Growth is not a catalogue of solutions to the ecological or the economic crisis. The book aims to shift the inquiry from ï¿1⁄2what shall we do?ï¿1⁄2 to ï¿1⁄2why have we not already done it?ï¿1⁄2 In order to address the challenges of our contemporary times of crisis, we need to understand how the idea of growth is deeply ingrained in the ideology as well as the organization of our society. The book aims to open the space for philosophical thinking about this important issue.
Category: Philosophy

Parallax Visions

Author : Bruce Cumings
ISBN : 0822329247
Genre : History
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Collection of essays by Cumings on the complex problems of political economy and ideology, power and culture in East and Northeast Asia, providing an understanding of the United States's role in these regions and the consequences for subsequent policy mak
Category: History

Human Growth

Author : F. Falkner
ISBN : 9781468426229
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Growth, as we conceive it, is the study of changeinan organism not yet mature. Differential growth creates form: external form through growth rates which vary from one part of the body to another and one tissue to another; and internal form through the series of time-entrained events which build up in each cell the special ized complexity of its particular function. We make no distinction, then, between growth and development, and if we have not included accounts of differentiation it is simply because we had to draw a quite arbitrary line somewhere. lt is only rather recently that those involved in pediatrics and child health have come to realize that growth is the basic science peculiar to their art. It is a science which uses and incorporates the traditional disciplines of anatomy, physiology, biophysics, biochemistry, and biology. It is indeed a part of biology, and the study of human growth is a part of the curriculum of the rejuvenated science of Human Biology. What growth is not is a series of chärts of height and weight. Growth standards are useful and necessary, and their construction is by no means void of intellectual challenge. They are a basic instrument in pediatric epidemiology. But they do not appear in this book, any more than clinical accounts of growth disorders. This appears to be the first large handbook-in three volumes-devoted to Human Growth.
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Sar Temporal Series Interpretation And Backscattering Modelling For Maize Growth Monitoring

Author : Éric Auquière
ISBN : 2930344032
Genre : Science
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The research objective is to develop a methodology for the extraction of bio- and geophysical variables from Synthetic Aperture Radars (SAR) and for their use in the perspective of maize monitoring in an operational context. SARs interest agronomists because they present some advantages for vegetation monitoring. However, the actual revisit cycle of SARs is not sufficient for crop monitoring. The image processing chain we developed overcomes this issue and meets the 4 requirements for operational crop monitoring: a high temporal resolution, a high geometric accuracy, a short processing time and the preservation of the signal content. From the literature, we know that the interactions between the signal backscattered by the vegetation and by the underlying soil are very complex. To understand these interactions, we carried out very intensive ground campaigns. The resulting data set is very rich. It covers 3 growing seasons during which 30 ERS SAR images and 13 RADARSAT SAR images were acquired and processed. In total, 612 fields, i.e. 581 maize fields and 31 sugar beet fields were located and visited. These field campaigns represent 2500 field visits and more or less 7500 measurements of 8 variables. One of the major outputs of this research comes from the analysis of the temporal behaviour of the SAR signal distribution at both field and regional levels. The SAR signal is analysed by the mean of the per-field backscattering coefficient. Previous results concerning the respective contribution of soil and crop are confirmed. The research also addresses the use of several regional indicators. We point out a drop of per-field variation coefficient averaged at regional level and we link it to the decrease of the infra-parcel variability of the soil roughness and to the progressive masking effect of the crop canopy on different sources of variability. The spatial variability of the ERS per-field backscattering coefficients is related to the variability of the sowing dates. Finally, existing and new versions of the cloud model are calibrated and validated. The cloud model is adapted to account for the data available from the field campaigns. The results show that SAR do not allow the prediction of the maize biomass at the field level but they can be used to give an indication on the crop status at a regional level.
Category: Science

Parallax The Time Conspiracy And The Heretic

Author : E.R. Scofield
ISBN : 9781105178900
Genre : Fiction
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Hitler wants to rule the future by changing the past. In the twenty first century a man wants to cure disease, but inadvertently discovers a portal to another world. A group of people want to escape the draconian rule of the modern Nazi empire. The Thousand Year Reich does not allow escape. There will be......trouble.
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Parallax Inception Of Leanna Moonth S Beloved

Author : Lawrence Guido
ISBN : 9781491748329
Genre : Fiction
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It is the late 1700s as Leanna Moonth and Deadeye Dick grow up as members of a ragtag gang who love old Sanbal, an eccentric elder who tells them folklore about a dark, mythical creature named Old Throat Eye. But one day after Leanna and Deadeye escort Sanbal and another elder on a trip to Sanbal’s boyhood home, everything changes. As Sanbal relays the story of his earlier travels to a remote mind overlap where he first learned about mysterious turtle stones and a secret society, Deadeye and Leanna are intrigued by the idea that people may have the ability to traverse beyond their universe—but only after Throat Eye is defeated. As they mature into adulthood and fall in love, Deadeye and Leanna resist their destiny. But unavoidable reality stalks them. After the lovers elope and team up as extradimensional detectives, they discover Throat Eye is torturing artists and the secret society is growing. A trick leaves Deadeye trapped in a cavern for two decades, and now only time will tell whether he can escape to reunite with Leanna and his gang as battles against the Throat Eye organization intensify into a final confrontation. In this fantasy tale, a miracle turns maniacal in an endearing adventure that takes two poetic detectives and their gang on a dangerous journey to stop a plague on human consciousness.
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The Growth Of Knowledge

Author : Veli Verronen
ISBN : UCSD:31822003799467
Genre : Science
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ISBN : UCAL:B5043581
Genre : Social Science
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Author : Robert J. Sawyer
ISBN : 0765345005
Genre : Fiction
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Hominids examines two unique species of people. We are one of those species; the other is the Neanderthals of a parallel world where they became the dominant intelligence. The Neanderthal civilization has reached heights of culture and science comparable to our own, but with radically different history, society and philosophy. Ponter Boddit, a Neanderthal physicist, accidentally pierces the barrier between worlds and is transferred to our universe. Almost immediately recognized as a Neanderthal, but only much later as a scientist, he is quarantined and studied, alone and bewildered, a stranger in a strange land. But Ponter is also befriended—by a doctor and a physicist who share his questing intelligence, and especially by Canadian geneticist Mary Vaughan, a woman with whom he develops a special rapport. Ponter’s partner, Adikor Huld, finds himself with a messy lab, a missing body, suspicious people all around and an explosive murder trial. How can he possibly prove his innocence when he has no idea what actually happened to Ponter? Hominids is the winner of the 2003 Hugo Award for Best Novel.
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