Zeitschrift Für Naturforschung

A journal of chemical sciences

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Chemistry

Page: N.A

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Zeitschrift Für Naturforschung

Author: Max-Planck-Gesellschaft zur Förderung der Wissenschaften,Kaiser Wilhelm-Gesellschaft zur Förderung der Wissenschaften

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Science

Page: N.A

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Das Unsterblichkeitsproblem

Grundannahmen und Voraussetzungen (Teil I / Teil II)

Author: Gerda Lier

Publisher: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht

ISBN: 3862341054

Category: Religion

Page: 1457

View: 7826

Fünf zentrale Annahmen werden immer wieder angeführt, um die Unsterblichkeit zu negieren: Es gebe nur die physische Welt; keine Hinweise auf andere Wirklichkeitsbereiche oder Dimensionen seien vorhanden. Die Lebewesen seien ohne Absicht ausschließlich durch rein mechanistisch-materialistische Prozesse entstanden. Es gebe keine rationalen Argumente für die Existenz einer transzendenten Wirklichkeit. Das Bewusstsein sei ein Produkt der Komplexität des Nervensystems; es gebe keine Belege für die Transmissionshypothese, nach der das Hirn wie ein Transmitter für ein eigenständiges Bewusstsein wirkt. Schließlich sei in der Aufklärung gezeigt worden, dass die Vorstellung einer unsterblichen Seele irrational sei. Die Autorin prüft, inwieweit diese Annahmen gesichert sind. Sie zeigt im Detail, dass es gute Belege – wenn auch keine zwingenden Beweise – für die Unabhängigkeit und die Trennbarkeit des Bewusstseins vom physischen Körper, die postmortale Kontinuität des Bewusstseins und die Unsterblichkeitshypothese gibt.Die Arbeit kombiniert existenz- und naturphilosophische Fragestellungen mit mathematischen, physikalischen, biologischen und neurowissenschaftlichen Perspektiven und bietet so einen umfassenden Blick auf das Problem der Unsterblichkeit.
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Wissenschaftlicher Briefwechsel mit Bohr, Einstein, Heisenberg u.a. / Scientific Correspondence with Bohr, Einstein, Heisenberg, a.o.

Band III/Volume III: 1940–1949

Author: Wolfgang Pauli

Publisher: Springer-Verlag

ISBN: 3540788026

Category: Science

Page: 1076

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Das vorliegende Werk enth{lt wichtiges Quellenmaterial zur Geschichte der Elementarteilchen- und Quantenfeldtheorie aus den 40er Jahren. Die Briefe sind chronologisch eingeordnet und kommentiert. Umfangreiche Verzeichnisse erleichtern den Zugang zu dem reichhaltigen Informationsmaterial, das die Sch|pfer dieser Disziplin w{hrend ihrer Entstehungsperiode miteinander austauschten. F}r jeden, der sich ernsthaft mit der Geschichte der modernen Physik auseinandersetzen will, eine unumg{ngliches Standardwerk.
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Fullerene Research, 1994-1996

A Computer-generated Cross-indexed Bibliography of the Journal Literature

Author: Tibor Braun

Publisher: World Scientific

ISBN: 9810233450

Category: Science

Page: 517

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The book is a follow-up to the computerized fullerene bibliography related to the 1985-1993 period. It is a well-indexed overview of the journal literature on a topic for which the 1996 Nobel Prize in Chemistry was awarded. It is an indispensable tool for any specialist interested in the literature of one of the most researched interdisciplinary topics in the sciences.
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Das Ende der Nacht

Die globale Lichtverschmutzung und ihre Folgen

Author: Thomas Posch,Anja Freyhoff,Thomas Uhlmann

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 3527661271

Category: Science

Page: 151

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Every city dweller is aware that we are seeing fewer stars at night due to the increasing amount of artificial lighting. But that is just the tip of the iceberg, as far as the loss of natural nocturnal darkness is concerned. Humans and animals worldwide are now suffering from the disrupted rhythm of day and night due to extreme lighting at night. In humans this can lead to illness and increased stress. Hitherto only known to experts, this book is the first to comprehensively treat the entire phenomenon of light pollution. Richly illustrated using unusual images taken from the TV documentation "The Dark Side of Light" by Anja Freyhoff and Thomas Uhlmann, this book is for anyone interested in a harmonious coexistence between humans and nature and a healthy work/life rhythm.
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Weird Scientists – the Creators of Quantum Physics

Author: Jeffrey Strickland

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1257976249

Category: History

Page: 570

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Weird Scientists is a sequel to Men of Manhattan. As I wrote the latter about the nuclear physicists who brought in the era of nuclear power, quantum mechanics (or quantum physics) was unavoidable. Many of the contributors to the science of splitting the atom were also contributors to quantum mechanics. Atomic physics, particle physics, quantum physics, and even relativity are all interrelated. This book is about the men and women who established the science that shook the foundations of classical physics, removed determinism from measurement, and created alternative worlds of reality. The book introduces fundamental concepts of quantum mechanics, roughly in the order they were discovered, as a launching point for describing the scientist and the work that brought forth the concepts.
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Bees

Their Vision, Chemical Senses, and Language

Author: Karl von Frisch

Publisher: Cornell University Press

ISBN: 0801471761

Category: Science

Page: 176

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Over half a century of brilliant scientific detective work, the Nobel Prize-winning biologist Karl von Frisch learned how the world, looks, smells, and tastes to a bee. More significantly, he discovered their dance language and their ability to use the sun as a compass. Intended to serve as an accessible introduction to one of the most fascinating areas of biology, Bees (first published in 1950 and revised in 1971), reported the startling results of his ingenious and revolutionary experiments with honeybees. In his revisions, von Frisch updated his discussion about the phylogenetic origin of the language of bees and also demonstrated that their color sense is greater than had been thought previously. He also took into consideration the electrophysiological experiments and electromicroscopic observations that have supplied more information on how the bee analyzes polarized light to orient itself and how the olfactory organs on the bee's antennae function. Now back in print after more than two decades, this classic and still-accurate account of the behavior patterns and sensory capacities of the honeybee remains a book “written with a simplicity, directness, and charm which all who know him will recognize as characteristic of its author. Any intelligent reader, without scientific training, can enjoy it.”—Yale Review
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Perceiving in Depth, Volume 1

Basic Mechanisms

Author: Ian P. Howard

Publisher: OUP USA

ISBN: 019976414X

Category: Psychology

Page: 672

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"The proposed three volumes are the latest installment in Ian Howard's amazing ongoing project of providing the most comprehensive review available anywhereof all aspects of how humans and animals perceive and navigate the three-dimensional world. The current book set is even more complete in its coverage than the two previous editions have been. With 37 chapters, 1800 illustrations, and 8,000 references, it covers psychophysics, coding, physiology, development of systems and functions, results of deprivation, accommodation, physiology of disparity, binocular fusion and rivalry, binocular correspondence and the horopter, linking binocular images, cyclopean perception, stereo acuity, uses of disparity, stereopsis and perceptual organization, the Pulfrich effect, stereoscopic techniques and applications, distinguishing depth from vergence, perspective, shading, and motion parallax, constancies in visual depth perception, cue integrations, motion in depth, pathology of visual depth perception, animal depth perception, feeling, reaching, and moving, auditory distance perception, electrolocation and the thermal senses, as well as comprehensive coverage of animal navigation that could be a book on its own. Ian Howard's books have become landmarks in the field of vision science, and this current project will definitely maintain the tradition for researchers in space perception, visual neuroscience, ophthalmology, optometry, visual development, animal vision, and computational vision"--
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The Behaviour of Teleost Fishes

Author: Tony J. Pitcher

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 1468482610

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 553

View: 2408

This book is about the behaviour of teleosts, a well-defined, highly successful, taxonomic group of vertebrate animals sharing a common body plan and forming the vast majority of living bony fishes. There are weH over 22000 living species of teleosts, including nearly all those of importance in com mercial fisheries and aquaculture. Teleosts are represented injust about every conceivable aquatic environment from temporary desert pools to the deep ocean, from soda lakes to sub-zero Antarctic waters. Behaviour is the primary interface between these effective survival machines and their environment: behavioural plasticity is one of the keys to their success. The study of animal behaviour has undergone revolutionary changes in the past decade under the dual impact of behavioural ecology and sociobiology. The modern body of theory provides quantitatively testable and experi mentaHy accessible hypotheses. Much current work in animal behaviour has concentrated on birds and mammals, animals with ostensibly more complex structure, physiology and behavioural capacity, but there is a growing body of information about the behaviour of fishes. There is now increasing awareness that the same ecological and evolutionary rules govern teleost fish, and that their behaviour is not just a simplified version of that seen in birds and mammals. The details of fish behaviour intimately reflect unique and efficient adaptations to their three-dimensional aquatic environment.
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Recent Trends in Biotechnology and Therapeutic Applications of Medicinal Plants

Author: Mohd. Shahid,Anwar Shahzad,Abida Malik,Aastha Sahai

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9400766033

Category: Science

Page: 357

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The book provides an overview of current trends in biotechnology and medicinal plant sciences. The work includes detailed chapters on various advance biotechnological tools involved in production of phytoactive compounds of medicinal significance. Some recent and novel research studies on therapeutic applications of different medicinal plants from various geographical regions of the world have also been included. These studies report the antimicrobial activity of various natural plant products against various pathogenic microbial strains. Informative chapters on recent emerging applications of plant products such as source for nutraceuticals and vaccines have been integrated to cover latest advances in the field. This book also explores the conservation aspect of medicinal plants. Thus, chapters having comprehensively complied in vitro conservation protocols for various commercially important rare, threatened and endangered medicinal plants were provided in the present book.
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Zeitschrift für spekulative Physik

Ersten Bandes erstes Heft

Author: Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph von Schelling

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category:

Page: 268

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Tübingen als Verlagsstadt

Author: Hans Widmann

Publisher: Franz Steiner Verlag

ISBN: 9783169330218

Category: Industries

Page: 268

View: 7755

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Metapher und Experiment

von der Virusforschung zum genetischen Code

Author: Christina Brandt

Publisher: Wallstein Verlag

ISBN: 9783892448068

Category: Genetic code

Page: 304

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Instrumentation Between Science, State and Industry

Author: B. Joerges,T. Shinn

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9401090327

Category: Science

Page: 272

View: 602

these. In this book, we appropriate their conception of research-technology, and ex tend it to many other phenomena which are less stable and less localized in time and space than the Zeeman/Cotton situation. In the following pages, we use the concept for instances where research activities are orientated primarily toward technologies which facilitate both the production of scientific knowledge and the production of other goods. In particular, we use the tenn for instances where instruments and meth ods· traverse numerous geographic and institutional boundaries; that is, fields dis tinctly different and distant from the instruments' and methods' initial focus. We suggest that instruments such as the ultra-centrifuge, and the trajectories of the men who devise such artefacts, diverge in an interesting way from other fonns of artefacts and careers in science, metrology and engineering with which students of science and technology are more familiar. The instrument systems developed by re search-technologists strike us as especially general, open-ended, and flexible. When tailored effectively, research-technology instruments potentially fit into many niches and serve a host of unrelated applications. Their multi-functional character distin guishes them from many other devices which are designed to address specific, nar rowly defined problems in a circumscribed arena in and outside of science. Research technology activities link universities, industry, public and private research or me trology establishments, instrument-making finns, consulting companies, the military, and metrological agencies. Research-technology practitioners do not follow the career path of the traditional academic or engineering professional.
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Zeitschrift für speculative Physik

Author: Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph von Schelling

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Physics

Page: N.A

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