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Bennie N Winter

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Member since: Mar 01, 2012

An avid reader and student of physics and metaphysices since childhood, the author has accomplished major breakthroughs in both fields: such conclusions derived in the integrity of syllogistic justification.

Considered uniquely qualified to interpret Bible Symbols and Numbers, the author was first to decipher Daniel Beasts as other than traditional assigns.

In physics, he determined the Ultimate Particle to be 4.77 x 10/33 lp/eV.

Expierenced in Horse Racing, the author also wrote a book on The Ultimate Class of thoroughbreds.

In the field of metaphysics, he finds both theist and atheist arguing from a very flawed position, basing their belief more on speculation and desire than reason. Debate bounces back and forth without advantage, for they neglect the mediating link hidden in Bible symbols and numbers, this Book being the only source for a sensible determination. Both factions, in ignorance of the hidden agenda, fall victim to opinion and emotion. Thus, the author feels qualified to offer expertise on the validity and extension of religious dedication in modern environs.

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Bragg describes a Universe entirely consisted of atoms, in both gaseous and compound state, and where: combination takes place, and something in the atom itself maintains it when conditions are

Book Reviews> Physics l 3 years ago

When the question arose as how best to celebrate Einstein's centenary, the author answered: "Let's make relativity plain." Forthwith, the celebrated author responded to write Einstein's Universe --

Book Reviews> Physics l 3 years ago

This critique centers on the life of a remarkable woman: praised as a precocious child, excelling student, pioneering crystallographer and King's College physicist of no small repute. We owe much to

Book Reviews> Physics l 3 years ago

In this science-physics anthology, Richard P. Brennan chronicles the lives, times, and ideas of twentieth century's Great Physicists. In preface, he commends extraordinary principals who made great

Book Reviews> Physics l 3 years ago

Again, we venture into the abstract and into desideratum masking inefficiency in our religious quackery world and in the error-prone world of hierophants. We recommend perusal of this book, an

Book Reviews> Biology l 3 years ago

Citing our declining culture and increasing welfare mentality, Rifkin parallels world economies with decline of the great Roman Empire, failing from an increased energy output to satisfy a reduced

Book Reviews> Physics l 3 years ago

The author describes mankind's inherency as a desire to hold political, religious, and industrial might over others. Regarding man's origins and potential, he limits Homo Sapiens genesis to a

Book Reviews> Physics l 3 years ago

The author relates a most fundamental habit of atoms: to interact, share particles, and combine into meaningful purpose. For those who might know little about the very start of life, unaware to the

Book Reviews> Physics l 3 years ago

With considerable research to his credit and employing contribution from twenty-three other physicists eminent in their particular fields, and together with one hundred-eighteen bibliographic gems,

Book Reviews> Physics l 3 years ago

At home in his topic's habitat, History-Geography Professor and author Dailey makes his home in Bethlehem, Israel; he attempts to correlate modern expectations with his perception of first century

Book Reviews> Multicultural l 3 years ago

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