Extractions: To Netnews Homepage Previous Next Index ... Table of Contents The Soul and its Mechanism - Conclusion Practical suggestions must be made in the attempt to disprove the supernatural (if it might be so expressed) and prove that the subjective states to which the mystic and seer testify are simply demonstrations of natural forces and powers. These powers man has failed as yet to recognize and control, just as he failed centuries ago to cognize those forces which he is now able, to some extent at least, to understand and use, and which are the glory of our present civilization. Let us prove one of these soul powers to be a fact in nature and the portals of a new world will open before humanity. Dr. Leary appreciates this when he says:  "It is somehow felt that there are some qualities, some traits at least of some personalities, which cannot be accounted for in terms of the activity of any physical structure. Nor is this an unimportant point which can be summarily dismissed as mere superstition; it is too widespread, too highly charged with emotion, too much shared in even by some psychologists to be ignored. And it is worth while once more mentioning, if there be any such traits, spiritual or what not, which by definition or assumption are not based on structure, the admission of even the smallest and seemingly most unimportant of these will inevitably and completely negative the whole field of science, for determinism to be true determinism must be completely so."
Extractions: To Netnews Homepage Previous Next Index ... Table of Contents The Soul and its Mechanism - The Theory of the Etheric Body As Newton is not of this century or the last, let us turn to a recent edition (1926) of the Encyclopedia Britannica. The following discussion is given under the heading of "ether." "Whether space is a mere geometrical abstraction, or whether it has definite physical properties which can be investigated, is a question which in one form or another has often been debated. As to the parts which are occupied by matter, that is by a substance which appeals to the senses, there has never been any doubt; and the whole of science may be said to be an investigation of the properties of matter. But from time to time attention has been directed to the intervening portions of space from which sensible matter is absent; and this also has physical properties, of which the complete investigation has hardly begun. "These physical properties do not appeal directly to the senses, and are therefore comparatively obscure; but there is now no doubt of their existence; even among those who still prefer to use the term space. But a space endowed with physical properties is more than a geometrical abstraction, and is most conveniently thought of as a substantial reality, to which therefore some other name is appropriate. The term used is unimportant, but long ago the term ETHER was invented; it was adopted by Isaac Newton, and is good enough for us. The term ether therefore  connotes a genuine entity filling all space, without any break or cavity anywhere, the one omnipresent physical reality, of which there is a growing tendency to perceive that everything in the material universe consists; matter itself being in all probability one of its modifications...
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Extractions: Our 8 Step Method for Creating a CNC Program There are hundreds of ways to program a CNC machine to machine the same workpiece - and all may produce the same finished part. But, in addition to creating the cutting program, many other factors need to be resolved to be able to machine the workpiece. There are workholding questions, cutting tool questions, machining conditions as well as the machining process that will be programmed. As there are hundreds of ways to program a part, there are many different ways to resolve the above questions. We have tried to create a step by step procedure below that may assist you in creating a process to resolve the questions that need to be answered to create a CNC program. Use It - Refine It - Grow With It !!! Step #1 : Determine the WORKHOLDING. As you decide on the correct workholding, many other aspects of machining such as what processes to perform first, what type of tooling to consider, and in what order the programming processes must be programmed will also come into play. After you have decided on how you will hold the workpiece as you machine it to completion, you can now determine step by step how you will machine each phase. As you layout the machining process, you can decide on what tooling will be used in that machining as well. For example - a Milling Process :
Extractions: WASHINGTON - After 60 years of inattention and even denial by the U.S. media, newly-uncovered government documents in The National Archives and Library of Congress reveal that Prescott Bush, the grandfather of President George W. Bush, served as a business partner of and U.S. banking operative for the financial architect of the Nazi war machine from 1926 until 1942, when Congress took aggressive action against Bush and his "enemy national" partners. The documents also show that Bush and his colleagues, according to reports from the U.S. Department of the Treasury, tried to conceal their financial alliance with German industrialist Fritz Thyssen, a steel and coal baron who, beginning in the mid-1920s, personally funded Adolf Hitler's rise to power by the subversion of democratic principle and German law. Furthermore, the declassified records demonstrate that Bush and his associates, who included E. Roland Harriman, younger brother of American icon W. Averell Harriman, and George Herbert Walker, President Bush's maternal great-grandfather, continued their dealings with the German industrial tycoon for nearly a year after the U.S. entered the war.
Extractions: CS778, Spring 2003 Cornell University Course Description Handouts Data Sets ML Links New Time: Friday 1:30pm-3:00pm New Place: Upson 5130 Instructor: Rich Caruana (firstname.lastname@example.org) Office: Upson 4157 Office Hours: Tue 4:30-5:30, Wed 2:30-3:30 In this course we will compare the performance of different machine learning algorithms on a variety of test problems.
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Extractions: code routines can be used to save time In this, the final instalment of the series, we're going to dig deep into the Spectrum innards, to see how we can make use of what Sinclair has already given us. Until now, every machine code program we've written has done everything for itself. If we've wanted to put a character onto the screen, we've written a piece of code which loads the first byte into the initial location, then moves on to process the second byte, and so on. However, have you ever stopped to wonder how the Spectrum normally places characters onto the screen? It can't do it directly from Basic, and so the Basic is interpreted, and a machine code routine does all the work. If we know where that machine code routine is, and how it works, there is no reason why we shouldn't CALL it from our own programs. The Spectrum operating system, Basic interpreter and standard character set, occupies the lowest 16K of the Spectrum memory. That is all in ROM, as opposed to the subsequent 48K of memory which is addressable RAM. Any program which can be written in Basic can also be written in machine code, with CALLs to this ROM area to decrease the size of the user-written code. For instance, any printable character can be printed using the two statements: LD A,(ascii code) RST 10H
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Extractions: A.E. BURGESS LEATHER CO., INC. OSHRC Docket No. 12501 Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission February 24, 1977 Before BARNAKO, Chairman; MORAN and CLEARY, Commissioners. COUNSEL: Baruch A. Fellner, Office of the Solicitor, USDOL Albert Ross, Regional Solicitor Charles B. Swartwood, III, for the employer OPINION: DECISION BARNAKO, Chairman: A decision of Review Commission Judge Ben D. Worcester, dated September 8, 1975, is before this commission for review pursuant to section 12(j) of the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, 29 U.S.C. 651 et seq. (hereinafter the "Act"). Review was directed on whether the Administrative Law Judge erred in vacating the citation alleging a nonserious violation of the Act for failure to comply with the standard at 29 CFR § 1910.212(a)(1). n1 We have considered the entire record. For the reasons which follow, we reverse the Judge's decision. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Footnotes- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - n1 The standard provides: (a) Machine Guarding - (1) Types of guarding.
Extractions: he vanity press is an ancient idea, born just one day after the first rejection slip. Under the old model, vanity presses would print a few thousand copies for an exorbitant price, even if the elite of the New York publishing industry considered the book unmarketable. These days, the author of a science fiction novel like 'Alien Armageddon' can buy his way out of the slush pile. for a three-digit fee, he can get his work published through a new print-on-demand outfit like Xlibris oriUniverse, loosing on the world such classic bits as "Having surveyed the whole planetary system, the sphere narrowed quickly on the curious emitter of universal interference. And there it was, sailing knavishly through the blackness of eternity." Print-on-demand houses solicit clients online, then use the latest technology to crank out only enough books to meet existing ordersa run so small the book would sink in the mass market. Sounds good, but the problem is that a lot of these books should sink, because they're poorly written or because their audience is limited to the far-right fringe.
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Extractions: This series, which lasted twenty-five volumes and started in 1984, was designed by Byron Preiss Visual Publications and published by Bantam. The fact that Bantam also published the Choose Your Own Adventure series was pointed out in bold on the cover of most books in this series. While these books are aimed at the same age group as the Choose Your Own Adventure books, they're quite different in style; each book has only one ending and the reader's task is simply to find it. The challenge lies in avoiding the many opportunities to get stuck going in circles. Fortunately, each book includes data on the time period it's set in and some hints to make things a bit easier. These books spawned one spinoff series, the Time Traveler books for younger readers. Although the print versions of the books are long gone from store shelves, the entire series has been re-released in eBook format and can be downloaded (for a fee) from Amazon.com and other online retailers. The information on this page is as complete as my collection will allow. If you find any errors or have a copy of the book I'm missing, please send an e-mail to email@example.com
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Extractions: Science More than two centuries of elections in the United States have resulted in paper-based voting systems secured by a multitude of checks and procedures. New electronic voting systems require voters to trust computers and the people who program them, a trust that computer security experts say is unwarranted. The subject is not hypothetical. Millions of voters will cast ballots on electronic machines today in the biggest test so far of the technology. To address security concerns, researchers are proposing new ways of voting that do not require voter trust in people or software. "A trustworthy system of elections must rest on one central principle: trust no one," said Dr. Douglas W. Jones, a professor of computer science at the University of Iowa and a member of the Iowa Board of Examiners for Voting Machines and Electronic Voting Systems. Devising such a system is challenging because it would have to satisfy opposing demands. Ideally, each voter should be able to verify that his vote was counted. But also, to ensure that voters could not show others how they voted, there could not be receipts or records of individual voters' actions.