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The Fourth Phase Of Water

Author : Gerald H. Pollack
ISBN : 0962689548
Genre : Nature
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Professor Pollack takes us on a fantastic voyage through water, showing us a hidden universe teeming with physical activity that provides answers so simple that any curious person can understand. In conversational prose, Pollack lays a simple foundation for understanding how changes in water's structure underlie most energetic transitions of form and motion on earth.
Category: Nature

The Mystical Tcm Triple Energizer

Author : Dr. Louis Gordon
ISBN : 9781524516918
Genre : Science
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The mystery is solved! The actual location, composition, and morphology of the mysterious TCM triple energizer (San Jiao) organ will surprise you. Numerous recent scientific research findings confirm ancient TCM philosophy was eons ahead of its time. This book discusses newly discovered organ systems (Primo Vascular System, the gut microbiome, the omnipresent neuromyofascial metasystem, endocrine function of fat) and how they affect the Triple Energizer. This book elucidates the actual location, composition, and morphology of the Triple Energizer as expressed by modern scientific discovery, and evidence is presented to show how the Triple Energizer functions and why it has remained hidden all this time. Those who believe that the Triple Burner has a name but no form will be truly amazed as to its actual location and its actual form. Numerous other practical TCM concepts are discussed. A blastocyst grown on a petri dish in 1977 resulted in the very first IVF baby, Louise Brown. Commenting on the Nan Ching, Yeh Lin described the blastocyst when he said, It is the utensil that stores and transforms the essence, and it is the place to which the womb, which conceives the embryo, is tied. Thus, it is the origin of mans life. Hence, it is called gate of life. Commenting on Nan Ching, Y Shu said, The spleen takes in the five tastes. It transforms them to produce the five influences . . . and to make flesh and skin grow. Since about 2005, researchers have been astonished to find scent receptors and the five known taste sensors throughout the body smelling and tasting things deep inside of us. These taste and odor receptors have been found in the kidneys, stomach, intestines, pancreas, lungs, brain, spine, bladder, sinuses, muscle tissue, and even the anus. Bitter taste receptors have been found in sperm. Researchers believe these receptors are distributed throughout the entire vascular system. As the Heart controls the blood vessels in TCM, it makes perfect sense that the Heart masters the odors, exactly as ancient TCM scholars state.
Category: Science

Bioelectromagnetic And Subtle Energy Medicine

Author : Paul J. Rosch
ISBN : 9781482233209
Genre : Medical
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Bioelectromagnetic and Subtle Energy Medicine focuses on a wide variety of evidence-based bioelectromagnetic and subtle energy therapies for disorders ranging from cancer, cardiomyopathy, and Parkinson's disease to depression, anxiety, and pain. Since publication of the first edition more than a decade ago, there have been so many advances in these and other diseases, that a thorough revision is required for this resource to remain the gold standard in a burgeoning field. This second edition updates previous topics and features many new chapters describing novel approaches that promise to replace drugs or surgery because they are more effective and much safer, such as rTMS for depression, MRI-Guided Focused Ultrasound for bone and uterine tumors, and TheraBionic LEET for liver cancer. Others discuss biological water (H3O2) that acts like a battery, health benefits of Earthing, malignant and other brain tumors from cell and cordless phones, visualizing and measuring energy fields in humans and nature, making sense of homeopathy and "memory of water," basic science support for acupuncture, electrosensitivity, ion cyclotron resonance, the role of the pineal gland, the health effects of solar storms and terrestrial influences, and why Bioelectric Resonance Therapy bridges Chinese and Western medicine. This is only a sampling of the 50 chapters contributed by authorities from the United States, Europe, Scandinavia, Russia, China, Japan, and Iran.
Category: Medical

Evaluation Of The Nutrition Sensitive Features Of The Fourth Phase Of Ethiopia S Productive Safety Net Programme

Author : Berhane, Guush
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Genre : Political Science
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This study assesses progress in the implementation of the nutrition-sensitive interventions of the fourth phase of Ethiopia’s Productive Safety Net Programme (PSNP-4) and its impact on: (1) the pathways underpinning children’s nutritional status; and (2) the roles it plays in reducing the malign effect of seasonality on the nutritional status of women and pre-school children. The analysis is based on four rounds of household survey data, conducted in March and August 2017 (baseline) and March and August 2019 (endline). These surveys focused on households with a child less than 24 months of age (index child) and his/her mother (index mother). In 2017 and 2019, the survey teams visited more than 2,500 households in 264 kebeles in 88 PSNP woredas in the Amhara, Oromia, SNNP, and Tigray regions.
Category: Political Science

Unsaturated Soil Mechanics In Engineering Practice

Author : Delwyn G. Fredlund
ISBN : 9781118280508
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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The definitive guide to unsaturated soil— from the world's experts on the subject This book builds upon and substantially updates Fredlund and Rahardjo's publication, Soil Mechanics for Unsaturated Soils, the current standard in the field of unsaturated soils. It provides readers with more thorough coverage of the state of the art of unsaturated soil behavior and better reflects the manner in which practical unsaturated soil engineering problems are solved. Retaining the fundamental physics of unsaturated soil behavior presented in the earlier book, this new publication places greater emphasis on the importance of the "soil-water characteristic curve" in solving practical engineering problems, as well as the quantification of thermal and moisture boundary conditions based on the use of weather data. Topics covered include: Theory to Practice of Unsaturated Soil Mechanics Nature and Phase Properties of Unsaturated Soil State Variables for Unsaturated Soils Measurement and Estimation of State Variables Soil-Water Characteristic Curves for Unsaturated Soils Ground Surface Moisture Flux Boundary Conditions Theory of Water Flow through Unsaturated Soils Solving Saturated/Unsaturated Water Flow Problems Air Flow through Unsaturated Soils Heat Flow Analysis for Unsaturated Soils Shear Strength of Unsaturated Soils Shear Strength Applications in Plastic and Limit Equilibrium Stress-Deformation Analysis for Unsaturated Soils Solving Stress-Deformation Problems with Unsaturated Soils Compressibility and Pore Pressure Parameters Consolidation and Swelling Processes in Unsaturated Soils Unsaturated Soil Mechanics in Engineering Practice is essential reading for geotechnical engineers, civil engineers, and undergraduate- and graduate-level civil engineering students with a focus on soil mechanics.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Introduction To Wood And Natural Fiber Composites

Author : Douglas D. Stokke
ISBN : 9781118676073
Genre : Science
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Over the past two decades, there has been a shift in research and industrial practice, and products traditionally manufactured primarily from wood are increasingly combined with other nonwood materials of either natural or synthetic origin. Wood and other plant-based fiber is routinely combined with adhesives, polymers, and other "ingredients" to produce composite materials. Introduction to Wood and Natural Fiber Composites draws together widely scattered information concerning fundamental concepts and technical applications, essential to the manufacture of wood and natural fiber composites. The topics addressed include basic information on the chemical and physical composition of wood and other lignocellulosic materials, the behavior of these materials under thermocompression processes, fundamentals of adhesion, specific adhesive systems used to manufacture composite materials, and an overview of the industrial technologies used to manufacture major product categories. The book concludes with a chapter on the burgeoning field of natural fiber-plastic composites. Introduction to Wood and Natural Fiber Composites is a valuable resource for upper-level undergraduate students and graduate students studying forest products and wood science, as well as for practicing professionals working in operational areas of wood- and natural-fiber processing. For more information on the Wiley Series in Renewable Resources, visit www.wiley.com/go/rrs Topics covered include: Overview of lignocellulosic material, their chemical and physical composition Consolidation behavior of wood and fiber in response to heat and pressure Fundamentals of adhesion Adhesives used to bond wood and lignocellulosic composites Manufacturing technology of major product types Fiber/plastic composites
Category: Science

Hydrogels

Author : Rolando Barbucci
ISBN : 8847011043
Genre : Science
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The studies on Biohydrogels have had a rapid, exponential evolution in the last decades. This book is the result of an International conference gathering the most recent results in this field.
Category: Science

The Earthwise Herbal Repertory

Author : Matthew Wood
ISBN : 9781623170783
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Internationally known herbalist Matthew Wood takes the guesswork out of the application of medicinal plants and provides an invaluable cross-reference of constitutional types, energetic categories, and specific symptoms that helps the herbalist narrow down the number of possible remedies for a specific condition. Unlike many reference books in which medicinal plants are defined simply by condition or disease name, this book contains tools to differentiate between remedies and analyze each case in a holistic fashion. While this system of cross-referencing is well known to homeopaths, it is less frequently used by herbalists; The Earthwise Herbal Repertory seeks to bridge the gap between different systems, incorporating knowledge from ancient Greek and traditional Native American medicine, nineteenth-century botanical medicine, homeopathy, and modern biomedical research. This definitive repertory proves useful for homeopaths and herbalists, professionals and home practitioners alike.
Category: Health & Fitness

Greenhouse Warming And Nuclear Hazards

Author : Peter Fong
ISBN : 9789812564221
Genre : Science
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Introduction : Greenhouse warming and nuclear hazards. Three smoking guns prove the falsity of greenhouse warming. Nuclear waste disposal, from trash to treasure. Cancer death rates of 50 states of U.S. related to natural and nuclear-bomb-test-induced low level radiation -- pt. I. Greenhouse warming. An essay on the controversy of greenhouse warming. Related research papers on the origin of ice ages. Latent heat of melting and its importance of glaciation cycles. Origin of ice ages : Initial condition forcing and dynamics. Unraveling a century's mystery of the ice ages. The fourth phase of water and the theories of greenhouse effects and ice age glacial cycles -- pt. II. Research papers on nuclear hazards. The ultimate direct measurement of low level radiation effects. Long life expectancy as the beneficial effect of low radiation. Low level radiation extends life span by cutting death rates of disease including heart disease, cancer, stroke, etc. Reexamining nuclear energy safety
Category: Science