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Unfolding Our Universe

Author : Iain Nicolson
ISBN : 0521592704
Genre : Nature
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This beginner's guide to the science of astronomy also explores the current work of professionals in the field. 120 color plates. 108 line diagrams.
Category: Nature

Unfolding Our Light

Author : Michael Eastwood
ISBN : 9781844098880
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Based on his work with the Crystal Oversouls, Unfolding Our Light explores a new vision for an awakening humanity which takes into account the changes to the traditional model of auras and chakras. The book explains Eastwood’s childhood connection to light-beings and a particular experience he had as a child. This experience connected him directly to light-beings and their guidance. The book follows the light-beings’ message: “In Lemuria your vastness was reflected through at least ten layers of your aura as well as ten chakras, awakened and fully operational. In this lifetime humanity, as well as all kingdoms of this planet, will awaken from this slumber through an initiation – the like that has not been since since Lemurian times. This initiation will activate the ten layers of your aura as well as all ten chakras. Through this you and humanity will remember union with the wider universe. This human initiation will be keenly watched by the inner planes as well as other star worlds – it involves them too.”
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

The Universe Story

Author : Brian Swimme
ISBN : 9780062508355
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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From the big bang to the present and into the next millenium, The Universe Story unites science and the humanities in a dramatic exploration of the unfolding of the universe, humanity's evolving place in the cosmos, and the boundless possibilities for our future.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

The Unfolding Universe

Author : Harold McAlister
ISBN : 1798628481
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Karel Hujer was an astronomer, humanist, world traveler, historian of science, political essayist, lecturer, and a deeply spiritual man who urged his students over four decades to probe the universe with an emphasis on searching for their place in it. Prevented from returning to his home country of Czechoslovakia after the Munich Pact was signed in late 1938, Karel stayed in the US at age 36 while on a long trip to the Americas. After the War, he settled in Chattanooga where he retired as Guerry Professor Emeritus of Astronomy from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in 1976. His dear wife Harriet survived him by less than two years. Over the decades during which I knew the Hujers, there was occasional mention of his book, a work that seemed always in progress. After finding essentially complete manuscripts for all but one of the mysterious book's chapters among Karel's papers in 2015, I was determined to bring his long-delayed book to light. Here it is - the lost book of Karel Hujer.The Unfolding Universe describes how humans used their senses over many centuries to create an understanding of the world surrounding them, including all they could see with their eyes on the canopy of the sky. Arguing that the history of astronomy is a story of one delusion by the senses after another, Karel takes the reader on the journey of achieving true cosmic consciousness through the spiritual practices of Hinduism.Although mostly written in the 1940s and 50s, this is the timeless story of the human attempt to resolve the mystery of our existence. --- Hal McAlister (Harold A. McAlister is Regents' Professor Emeritus of Astronomy and founder & Director Emeritus of the Center for High Angular Resolution Astronomy at Georgia State University, which operates the world's highest resolution telescope - the CHARA Array - on Mount Wilson, CA. From 2002 to 2014 he also served as Director of the historic Mount Wilson Observatory. He first met Karel & Harriet Hujer nearly 60 years ago, and they would have an enormous impact on his life and his career in astronomy. He would inherit Dr. Hujer's books, papers, and photographs from which this this book results.)
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Unfolding The Living Word

Author : Jim Cotter
ISBN : 9781848255067
Genre : Religion
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From one of the most creative liturgists of today, here are new liturgical texts to refresh the celebration of Holy Communion. Jim Cotter provides new prayers for the Kyrie eleison, the psalm, the acclamation that introduces the Gospel of the day, and additional collects for Years A, B and C.
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Concept And Formalization Of Constellatory Self Unfolding

Author : Albrecht von Müller
ISBN : 9783319897769
Genre : Science
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This volume offers a fundamentally different way of conceptualizing time and reality. Today, we see time predominantly as the linear-sequential order of events, and reality accordingly as consisting of facts that can be ordered along sequential time. But what if this conceptualization has us mistaking the “exhausts” for the “real thing”, i.e. if we miss the best, the actual taking place of reality as it occurs in a very differently structured, primordial form of time, the time-space of the present? In this new conceptual framework, both the sequential aspect of time and the factual aspect of reality are emergent phenomena that come into being only after reality has actually taken place. In the new view, facts are just the “traces” that the actual taking place of reality leaves behind on the co-emergent “canvas’’ of local spacetime. Local spacetime itself emerges only as facts come into being – and only facts can be adequately localized in it. But, how does reality then actually occur? It is conceived as a “constellatory self-unfolding”, characterized by strong self-referentiality, and taking place in the primordial form of time, the not yet sequentially structured “time-space of the present”. Time is seen here as an ontophainetic platform, i.e. as the stage on which reality can first occur. This view of time (and, thus, also space) seems to be very much in accordance with what we encounter in quantum physics before the so-called collapse of the wave function. In parallel, classical and relativistic physics largely operate within the factual portrait of reality, and the sequential aspect of time, respectively. Only singularities constitute an important exemption: here the canvas of local spacetime – that emerged together with factization – melts down again. In the novel framework quantum reduction and singularities can be seen and addressed as inverse transitions: In quantum physical state reduction reality “gains” the chrono-ontological format of facticity, and the sequential aspect of time becomes applicable. In singularities, by contrast, the inverse happens: Reality loses its local spacetime formation and reverts back into its primordial, pre-local shape – making in this way the use of causality relations, Boolean logic and the dichotomization of subject and object obsolete. For our understanding of the relation between quantum and relativistic physics this new view opens up fundamentally new perspectives: Both are legitimate views of time and reality, they just address very different chrono-ontological portraits, and thus should not lead us to erroneously subjugating one view under the other. The task of the book is to provide a formal framework in which this radically different view of time and reality can be addressed properly. The mathematical approach is based on the logical and topological features of the Borromean Rings. It draws upon concepts and methods of algebraic and geometric topology – especially the theory of sheaves and links, group theory, logic and information theory, in relation to the standard constructions employed in quantum mechanics and general relativity, shedding new light on the pestilential problems of their compatibility. The intended audience includes physicists, mathematicians and philosophers with an interest in the conceptual and mathematical foundations of modern physics.
Category: Science

The Universe Unfolding Edition En Anglais

Author : Hermann Bondi
ISBN : UOM:39015047053569
Genre : Science
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This is a collection of twenty outstanding lectures ranging across the most active areas of astronomical research. In the series distinguished scientists, mostly British and American, and including three Nobel Laureates, present their work and perspectives on current developments.The lecturesthemselves vary in length and content, and while they invite scrutiny by the specialist, the bulk of the material is well within the reach of a third year undergraduate. The originality of thought, which is presented in vibrant and sometimes controversial terms, makes the Lectures a unique recordof trends in astrophysics during the last two decades.
Category: Science

The Universe Unfolding

Author : Robert Horace Baker
ISBN : UCAL:$B278059
Genre : Astronomy
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Category: Astronomy

Universe Unfolded

Author : Bradford Risbert
ISBN : 152090889X
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My name is Bradford Risbert and I have a great interest in Astronomy and things related to it. I have watched a lot of documentaries where I learnt many fascinating things, that our universe has to offer. I greatly appreciate all the work put into all those documentaries and I'm very impressed with the simplified way, they explain things to us. However, there can be certain things that might be a bit hard to understand or remember. Space documentaries pack in a lot of fascinating pieces of information in less than an hour and in order to digest all the information, one might need to watch a documentary more than once. In this vast subject, you will come across terminologies that you don't quite understand. So I decided to write this book to help everyone understand better, the subject of Astronomy. In this book, my aim is to cover almost everything I came across in all of the documentaries that I have watched till date and put it across, to my readers in the simplest and most exciting way possible. I intend to cover all terminologies and topics here, so it becomes much more easier to relate to the information provided by space documentaries. In this book, I talk about our universe and the various aspects of its functionality, Quantum physics, light and its different wavelengths, different types of stars, process of star birth, mechanism and death of a star, Black holes and their immense power, galaxies and various galactic phenomena that happen in space, nebulas, our Solar System, proving basic info about the Sun, the planets and their moons, how life began and the possibilities of alien life.
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Our Universe

Author : Jo Dunkley
ISBN : 9780241235904
Genre : Science
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A world-renowned astrophysicist takes us through the huge, unfolding history of the universe The night sky is an endless source of wonder and mystery. For thousands of years it has been at the heart of scientific and philosophical inquiry, from the first star catalogues etched into ancient Mesopotamian clay tablets to the metres-wide telescopes constructed in Chile's Atacama Desert today. On a clear night it is hard not to look up and pick out familiar constellations, and to think of the visionary minds who pioneered our understanding of what lies beyond. In this thrilling new guide to our Universe and how it works, Professor of Astrophysics Jo Dunkley reveals how it only becomes more beautiful and exciting the more we discover about it. With warmth and clarity, Dunkley takes us from the very basics - why the Earth orbits the Sun, and how our Moon works - right up to massive, strange phenomena like superclusters, quasars, and the geometry of spacetime. As she does so, Dunkley unfurls the history of humankind's heroic journey to understand the history and structure of the cosmos, revealing the extraordinary, little-known stories of astronomy pioneers including Williamina Fleming, Vera Rubin and Jocelyn Bell Burnell. Illuminating and uplifting, this is your essential guide to the biggest subject of all.
Category: Science

In Whom We Live And Move And Have Our Being

Author : Philip Clayton
ISBN : 0802809782
Genre : Religion
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Foreword by Mary Ann Meyers Recent years have seen an explosion of interest in the doctrine of panentheism -- the belief that the world is contained within the Divine, although God is also more than the world. Here for the first time leading scientists and theologians meet to debate the merits of this compelling new understanding of the God-world relation. Atheist and theist, Eastern and Western, conservative and liberal, modern and postmodern, physicist and biologist, Orthodox and Protestant -- the authors explore the tensions between traditional views of God and contemporary science and ask whether panentheism provides a more credible account of divine action for our age. Their responses, which vary from deeply appreciative to sharply critical, are preceded by an overview of the history and key tenets of panentheism and followed by a concluding evaluation and synthesis. Contributors: Joseph A. Bracken Michael W. Brierley Philip Clayton Paul Davies Celia E. Deane-Drummond Denis Edwards Niels Henrik Gregersen David Ray Griffin Robert L. Herrmann Christopher C. Knight Andrew Louth Harold J. Morowitz Alexei V. Nesteruk Ruth Page Arthur Peacocke Russell Stannard Keith Ward Kallistos Ware
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Unfolding

Author : Julia Mossbridge
ISBN : 1577311930
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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In this thought-provoking book, Mossbridge maintains that each person's life is one of continuous transformation and that there is no such thing as a single moment of enlightenment.176 pp.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

The Unfolding Universe

Author : James Arthur Findlay
ISBN : UOM:39015063551736
Genre : Christianity
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The Wonder Of The Universe

Author : Karl W. Giberson
ISBN : 9780830869664
Genre : Religion
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Like detectives sleuthing out the greatest mystery of all, scientists over the centuries have uncovered clues about the structure and origins of the universe. The work of Galileo, Newton, Einstein, and a host of other tenacious researchers and thinkers reveals a cosmos of almost unimaginable wonder and beauty. If we then honestly follow the evidence of science wherever it leads, where do we end up? Karl Giberson takes us on a fascinating guided tour of planets and protons, galaxies and gamma rays. We discover that if gravity were slightly stronger, neutrons a tiny bit lighter, the size of our sun somewhat larger or a dozen other factors altered by fractions, there would be no life. The author shows that for many observers, even those who do not embrace religious faith, all of this looks suspiciously like the expression of a grand plan--a cosmic architecture capable of both supporting life such as ours, and inspiring observers like us to seek out hints of a creator. Join this cosmic expedition and discover the wonder of it all.
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Man God And The Universe

Author : I K Taimni
ISBN : 9780835631372
Genre : Philosophy
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The deepest concern of every thinking individual must surely be with the three great subjects which comprise the title of the book, and with the relationships between them. The profound concepts inevitably involved in a discussion of such a theme are presented with great clarity and wisdom, and the many diagrams and charts with which the ideas are illustrated are invaluable aids to comprehension. East and West meet here in enlightened synthesis. Chapters include such topics as Cosmic Consciousness, The Monad and the Logos, Involution and Evolution, Mathematics as the Basis of Manifestation and Reality and Consciousness. The book also includes both a glossary and index.
Category: Philosophy

On God S Path The Unfolding Story Of Humanity

Author : S. Craig George
ISBN : 9781452019833
Genre : Religion
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On God's Path: The Unfolding Story of Humanity is an optimistic, realistic and pious view of humanity's role on the stage of creation. In this generation a variety of competing stories have been told to explain where we came from and where we are going, each story told with sincere conviction. These stories seem to turn on two centers: science and religion and they are often placed in opposition. The theme of this book is that the truths of science and religion need not be viewed as mutually exclusive, but complementary in the big picture. With significant advances in both science and theology in the recent past we have much more information to attempt to incorporate in humanity's story than ever before. More dots to connect give us a better chance of bringing into focus a much larger and more inclusive picture of where we came from and where we may be going. The story of humanity, as presented in this book, begins with the first moment of the cosmos and traces the rise of the human physically, socially and morally. It engages the reader to consider humanity's trajectory. With a Christian perspective respectful of all faiths, the author weaves the human religious impulse and the Spirit of Christ together brightly into the tapestry of Creation. Written with the lay reader in mind, On God's Path presents a wide spectrum of mainstream contemporary scientific and theological ideas in surprisingly straightforward and creative ways. Part of the author's objective in this book is to challenge readers to expand their thinking about God and science and to reconsider their own roles in advancing the human story.
Category: Religion