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An analysis of this reality Google Docs An analysis of this reality In this article, I propose to delivers you some of my understanding of reality. How I got this knowledge is not the question, let say I have been helped by some entities. Part I An interesting physical law. When you come to study quantum physics some principle come to shock our intellect, one of these is that observation modify experimentation, ie by measuring a systéme you modify its physicals caracteristiques. how can we generalise this principle? Well each corps (ensemble of particles) fasten by its interactions its surrounding in a state. In the meantime its surrounding fasten it in a state by reciprocity. So every sensitivity (somme of interaction) fasten the universe in a local state. What is the resultant of this sensitivity ? Well, in physics we like to be on stable states, ie that minimise their energie. We have a resultant of every sensitivity that fasten every corps of the universe reciprocally on stable states. Example: A rock fasten itself on a stable state by the resultant of all the interactions of its atoms, it will have tendency to stay whole, it will necessitate an exterior interaction to make it go out of this state and break it, needing an apport of energie. So we have the will of anything, that is no other than the resulting of sensitivity of this systéme. In totally unconscious manner we have a will to stay in a stable state. Example: A forest will have tendency to conserve its state, and so to perseverate its ecosystem, a plant to make its species last… So unconscious beings will have tendency to make with their sensitivity actions that help them last in a stable state. They so will modify their surrounding and will be modified by it to achieve a mutual stable state. Where come the consciousness into it? Well consciousness is defined by the consciousness of our sensitivity. So a conscious being will be able to consciously modify its surrounding, and so be consciously modify by it. If a being is not much conscious of all his sensitivity, he will make not much enlightened choices, and for exemple choices that are beneficial for him but not for its surroundings, as humans are doing for this planet. People in general have tendency to make short term choices, destructing on the long run as they are not conscious enough of their surroundings.The question we could ask is why, and the most simple question would be that our modern environment don’t push us to have a consciousness of all their sensitivity and so make us do actions that conduct us to unstable
MCS Brussels 2015 Statement 2015, Brussels International Scientific Declaration on Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity and Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Following the 5th Paris Appeal Congress that took place on the 18 th of May, 2015 at the Royal Academy of Medicine, Brussels, Belgium Recalling the pioneering work of the American allergologist Theron G Randolph to whom we owe the first clinical description in 1962 of what is today commonly called multiple chemical sensitivity.
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MCS Brussels 2015 International Scientific Declaration on Electrohypersensitivity and Multiple Chemical Sensitivity The WHO is invited by scientists to recognize Electrohypersensitivity (EHS) and Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS) as genuine pathological entities including them in the International Classification of Diseases Paris, September 4th 2015, Following the fifth Paris Appeal congress, which took place on the 18th of May, 2015, the attending European, American and Canadian scientists unanimously decided to create a working group and to write a Common International Declaration to request an official recognition of these new diseases and of their sanitary consequences worldwide.
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SENSITIVITY COMPOUNDS KIT044 MRL Penicillin-G 2-3 4 Ampicillin 3-4 4 Amoxicillin 3-4 4
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42.65.Dr, 42.25.Hz, 42.30.Rx, 42.65.Re Coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering (CARS) spectroscopy is a powerful technique which combines high sensitivity with inherent chemical selectivity .
DISCONTINUED - ARCHIVED Electrical Data Nominal impedance Minimum impedance Maximum impedance DC resistance Voice coil inductance T-S Parameters Resonance Frequency Mechanical Q factor Electrical Q factor Total Q factor Ratio fs/Qts Force factor Mechanical resistance Moving mass Suspension compliance Effective cone diameter Effective piston area Equivalent volume Sensitivity Ratio BL/√(Re) Zn Zmin Zo Re Le
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Nevertheless, a major limitation is the lack of sensitivity of solid-state NMR, which limits the observation of defects and surfaces, particularly for insensitive isotopes with low gyromagnetic ratio, low natural abundance or subject to large quadrupolar interaction.
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