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An analysis of this reality - Google Docs 100%

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 

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2017/03/01/an-analysis-of-this-reality-google-docs/

01/03/2017 www.fichier-pdf.fr



Statement Brussels EN 99%

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.

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2015/09/10/statement-brussels-en/

10/09/2015 www.fichier-pdf.fr

Sensitivity Training 92%

Sensitivity Training Sensitivity Training One-on-one sensitivity training is an important tool in helping those employees for whom other training has not been effective.

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2014/11/11/sensitivity-training/

11/11/2014 www.fichier-pdf.fr

CB Major M360 user 90%

40 dB Squelch Sensitivity at Maximum [AM/FM]:

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2016/09/28/cb-major-m360-user/

28/09/2016 www.fichier-pdf.fr

Press Release EN 87%

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.

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2015/09/10/press-release-en/

10/09/2015 www.fichier-pdf.fr

Catalogue sono 86%

1200watt rms/2400w peak Sensitivity(1w/1m):

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2013/11/22/catalogue-sono/

22/11/2013 www.fichier-pdf.fr

english report (2) 75%

During the simulation, turbulence model sensitivity, mesh sensitivity, as well as the values of the parameters in such equations and the numerical iterative methods

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2016/09/05/english-report-2/

05/09/2016 www.fichier-pdf.fr

[000094] 72%

We will use a mixture of quantum degenerate gases, bosonic 87 Rb and fermionic 40 K, in order to find the optimal conditions for precision and sensitivity of inertial measurements.

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2011/10/14/000094/

14/10/2011 www.fichier-pdf.fr

NTSERIES-2 71%

exit HF compression driver Rated Power(RMS) 300W Recommended Amplifier Technical specifications Type Compact two-way passive speaker system Frequency Response 55Hz-20kHz±3dB,-10dB@ 50Hz 300W-600W into 8ohms Drivers Sensitivity(1W/1m) 96dB Maximum SPL

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2013/11/12/ntseries-2/

12/11/2013 www.fichier-pdf.fr

DX SERIES 71%

exit HF compression driver Rated Power(RMS) 200W Recommended Amplifier Technical specifications Type Compact 2-way full range trapezoid loudspeaker Frequency Response 60Hz-20kHz±3dB,-10dB@ 55Hz 200W-400W into 8ohms Drivers Sensitivity(1W/1m) 93dB

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2013/11/12/dx-series/

12/11/2013 www.fichier-pdf.fr

MT SERIES 71%

exit HF compression driver Rated Power(RMS) 300W Recommended Amplifier Technical specifications Type Compact two-way passive Full range Frequency Response 65Hz-20kHz±3dB,-10dB@ 55Hz 300W-600W into 8ohms Drivers Sensitivity(1W/1m) 95dB Maximum SPL

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2013/11/12/mt-series/

12/11/2013 www.fichier-pdf.fr

KIDD 720F 71%

exit HF neodymium compression driver Rated Power(RMS) 400W Recommended Amplifier 400-800W into 8 ohms Sensitivity(1W/1m) 98dB Maximun SPL 123dB continuous, 129dB peak Nominal Impedance

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2013/11/12/kidd-720f/

12/11/2013 www.fichier-pdf.fr

MX-650 71%

exit HF driver Light grey/black Rated Power(RMS) Protective Grille 300W Recommended Amplifier 300-600W into 12 ohms Sensitivity(1W/1m) 94dB

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2013/11/12/mx-650/

12/11/2013 www.fichier-pdf.fr

t925a 71%

t925a Horn Super Tweeter T925A Features ♦Horn Super Tweeter ♦8 ohm impedance ♦5kHz to 40kHz frequency response ♦108dB sensitivity at 1W/1m (3.3ft) ♦2kg (4.41 lb) net weight Frequency Response / Impedance Specifications Impedance 120 :

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2016/09/15/t925a/

15/09/2016 www.fichier-pdf.fr

Dairy-KIT044-BetaXpress-MKT021-2016-01-01 70%

SENSITIVITY COMPOUNDS KIT044 MRL Penicillin-G 2-3 4 Ampicillin 3-4 4 Amoxicillin 3-4 4

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2016/05/21/dairy-kit044-betaxpress-mkt021-2016-01-01/

21/05/2016 www.fichier-pdf.fr

Minelab Sovereign Jumper Settings 69%

Set the two discriminate knobs to zero Set the volume knob at maximum volume Set the sensitivity knob 12 o’clock Finally, set the sensitivity knob so you can just hear the audio Minelab Sovereign [Board 2-91 Rev 2.3]

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2013/06/18/minelab-sovereign-jumper-settings/

18/06/2013 www.fichier-pdf.fr

PIUR tUS Brochure 68%

Compatible with any ultrasound device with digital video output Compatible with any transducer Clinical Applications Minimise risks, maximise information EVAR Surveillance Carotid Angiography 3D Vascular Mapping Provides endoleak detection and classification with sensitivity and specificity better than CT angiography.

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2017/09/06/piur-tus-brochure/

06/09/2017 www.fichier-pdf.fr

DeKorvin systeme eval optique 2014 68%

– To determine the sensitivity and specificity of back surface topography parameters, with a view to detecting changes in the Cobb angle.

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2014/12/01/dekorvin-systeme-eval-optique-2014/

01/12/2014 www.fichier-pdf.fr

PhysRevA.84.021801 66%

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 [1].

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2011/09/01/physreva-84-021801/

01/09/2011 www.fichier-pdf.fr

VIFA P13WH-00-08 65%

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

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2009/05/19/r86cdm0/

19/05/2009 www.fichier-pdf.fr

IP-S508 63%

Specifications Model Power supply Power Consumption LAN Connector Transmission Speed Communication Protocol Aux Format Aux Mode Sampling Rate Bit Rate Rated Power Max Power Sensitivity Frequency response THD S/N Ratio Dimension Cutout Size Weight IP-S508 POE or DC12V 12W

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2015/09/07/ip-s508/

07/09/2015 www.fichier-pdf.fr

President Jackson II 63%

-Frequency allowance -±300Hz -Transmission interference -Inferior to 4nW(-54dBm) -Audio frequency response -From 300Hz to 3kHz -Emitted power in the adjacent channel -Inferior to 20µW -Microphone sensitivity -Inferior to 3mV -Current drain

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2011/11/16/president-jackson-ii/

16/11/2011 www.fichier-pdf.fr

Call for a PhD Student at University of Lille 63%

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.

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2017/08/23/call-for-a-phd-student-at-university-of-lille/

23/08/2017 www.fichier-pdf.fr

InertSustain Phenylhexyl Catalog ITM 62%

ES (Evolved Surface) Silica Gel 3 μm, 5 μm 350 m2/g 100 Å (20 nm) 0.85 mL/g Phenylhexyl Groups Complete 9.0 % L11 1.0 to 10.0 Benefits ■ Different selectivity to C18 phases ■ Strong Retentivity than other Phenyl phases ■ Highly inert packing material results in less tailing of peaks for virtually any type of analytes ■ Deliver extreme sensitivity analysis in LC-MS and LC-MS/MS methods

https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2014/09/25/inertsustain-phenylhexyl-catalog-itm/

25/09/2014 www.fichier-pdf.fr