Tuning in to Nature

Author: Philip S. Callahan

Publisher: Acres USA

ISBN: 0911311696

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 239

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Dr. Philip S. Callahan is a philosopher as well as a top-grade scientist. He is also an explorer who has walked across mainland China and the Syrian Desert, observing the intricate ways of man and nature wherever he went. In Tuning in to Nature, he tells the story of a twenty-year pioneering adventure in which he succeeded in unraveling the mysteries of insect infrared communications and navigational systems. Callahan's breakthrough discoveries about how insects communicate may ultimately lead to a worldwide revolution in agriculture. Among other benefits they may pave the way toward the development of totally new methods of insect control, reducing, if not eliminating, man's dependence on insecticides.
The Basic Minimum

Author: Dale Dorsey

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781107017115

Category: Philosophy

Page: 237

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Offers a sustained defense of the claim that the basic social minimum should be characterized in terms of human welfare.
Children's Jukebox

Author: Rob Reid

Publisher: American Library Association

ISBN: 083890940X

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 308

View: 387

Lists over five hundred children's musical recordings, describing how each song can be applied to teaching and playing opportunities, and highlights songs with such particular learning themes as food, animals, sportsmanship, and emotions.
The Soul of Theological Anthropology

Author: Joshua R. Farris

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317015031

Category: Religion

Page: 212

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Recent research in the philosophy of religion, anthropology, and philosophy of mind has prompted the need for a more integrated, comprehensive, and systematic theology of human nature. This project constructively develops a theological accounting of human persons by drawing from a Cartesian (as a term of art) model of anthropology, which is motivated by a long tradition. As was common among patristics, medievals, and Reformed Scholastics, Farris draws from philosophical resources to articulate Christian doctrine as he approaches theological anthropology. Exploring a substance dualism model, the author highlights relevant theological texts and passages of Scripture, arguing that this model accounts for doctrinal essentials concerning theological anthropology. While Farris is not explicitly interested in thorough critique of materialist ontology, he notes some of the significant problems associated with it. Rather, the present project is an attempt to revitalize the resources found in Cartesianism by responding to some common worries associated with it.
Health Is Simple, Disease Is Complicated

Author: James Forleo, DC

Publisher: North Atlantic Books

ISBN: 1556437188

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 476

View: 169

***WINNER, 2009 Living Now Book Award, Gold Metal In this breakthrough book, Dr. James Forleo proposes a return to the body as the site of self-healing. The problem, he says, is that we don’t understand the language of signs and symptoms it uses to communicate its healing messages. Health Is Simple helps readers decipher that language and access the great realms of health and vitality the body contains. Written in a clear, engaging style, the book takes a systems approach to health, walking readers through the basic design and function of each major organ system—the nerve, endocrine, immune, musculo-skeletal, cardiovascular, respiratory, digestive, and elimination systems—and offers a set of simple practices to boost their performance. With only a few minutes a day, readers can radically improve their health and well-being. Based on his work with hundreds of patients, the program emphasizes simple correctives to diet and lifestyle, a new perspective on digestion and elimination, and the alignment of the spine and structural system. Case studies demonstrate successfully resolved conditions from chronic headaches, anxiety, and respiratory disorders to exhaustion, autoimmune disorders, and allergies. Health Is Simple offers readers access to the same customized program the author’s celebrity clients have enjoyed, with the possibility of achieving the same spectacular results.
Computational Immunology

Author: Shyamasree Ghosh

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781351025539

Category: Medical

Page: 312

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The immune system is highly complex system with large number of macromolecules, signaling pathways, protein-protein interactions, and gene expressions. Studies from genomics, transcriptomics, metabolomics are generating huge high throughput data that needs to be analyzed for understanding the Immune system in Health and Disease. Computational approaches arehelping in understanding the study of complex biology of immunology and thereby enabling design of therapeutic strategies in diseases like infectious diseases, immunodeficiency, allergic, hypersensitive, autoimmune disorders and diseases like Cancer, HIV etc. Computational Immunology: Basics highlights the basics of the immune system and function in health and disease. This book offers comprehensive coverage of the most essential topics, including Overview of Immunology and computational Immunology Immune organs and cells, antigen, antibody, B, cell, T cell Antigen Processing and presentation Diseases due to abnormalities of the immune system Cancer Biology Shyamasree Ghosh (MSc, PhD, PGDHE, PGDBI), is currently working in the School of Biological Sciences, National Institute of Science Education and Research (NISER), Bhubaneswar, DAE, Govt of India, graduated from the prestigious Presidency College Kolkata in 1998. She was awarded the prestigious National Scholarship from the Government of India. She has worked and published extensively in glycobiology, sialic acids, immunology, stem cells and nanotechnology. She has authored several publications that include books and encyclopedia chapters in reputed journals and books.
Handbook of Research on Natural Computing for Optimization Problems

Author: Mandal, Jyotsna Kumar

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781522500599

Category: Computers

Page: 1015

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Nature-inspired computation is an interdisciplinary topic area that connects the natural sciences to computer science. Since natural computing is utilized in a variety of disciplines, it is imperative to research its capabilities in solving optimization issues. The Handbook of Research on Natural Computing for Optimization Problems discusses nascent optimization procedures in nature-inspired computation and the innovative tools and techniques being utilized in the field. Highlighting empirical research and best practices concerning various optimization issues, this publication is a comprehensive reference for researchers, academicians, students, scientists, and technology developers interested in a multidisciplinary perspective on natural computational systems.

Author: Dr. Shree Manish Maladkar

Publisher: Notion Press

ISBN: 9798886299250

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 209

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The ever-constant North Star cannot be seen in the broad daylight, though always present. The same is true with Divinity. Divinity or Supreme Consciousness or God exists but cannot be seen with our bodily eyes. To experience the Divinity, one needs to have ‘Drishti’, The Divine Vision. For the blessed few, the Vision exists by the grace of the Almighty. The rest have to gain the Vision with spiritual pursuits including prayers, meditation and encompassing spiritual wisdom. My offering to you in the form of Drishti – An Insight for Soul Enrichment will be a transformational journey from the darkness of ignorance to the light of knowledge and wisdom. This book will guide you to live a life of awareness and thankfulness, develop a positive attitude and enable you to take small and pertinent steps towards a ‘better self’. The journey through this book will stimulate your thoughts, allowing you to live a more fulfilling life, the way it is meant to be lived. Life is, after all, a journey within.
God's Action in Nature's World

Author: Robert J. Russell

Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.

ISBN: 0754655563

Category: Religion

Page: 276

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In 1981 Robert John Russell founded what would become the leading center of research at the interface of science and religion, the Center for Theology and the Natural Sciences. Focusing on three areas of Russell's work - methodology, cosmology, and divine action in quantum physics - God's Action in Nature's World assesses and celebrates Robert Russell's impact on the discipline of science and religion.
The Edge of Evolution

Author: Michael J. Behe

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9780743296229

Category: Religion

Page: 339

View: 153

The author of Darwin's Black Box draws on new findings in genetics to pose an argument for intelligent design that refutes Darwinian beliefs about evolution while offering alternative analyses of such factors as disease, random mutations, and the human struggle for survival. Reprint. 40,000 first printing.