Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy: Metaphysics, Aristotle’s Metaphysics
Stanford: The Metaphysics Research Lab
MIT: The Internet Classics Archive: Metaphysics by Aristotle (all books)
Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy: Metaphysics Archive
Washington.edu: Outline of Metaphysics Z (course)
Ancient Texts: Library of Ancient Texts Online
Ship.edu: Metaphysics
Wikipedia: Metaphysics
Websyte: Metaphsics: Multiple Meanings

Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy: Metaphysics, Aristotle’s Metaphysics

Stanford: The Metaphysics Research Lab

MIT: The Internet Classics Archive: Metaphysics by Aristotle (all books)

Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy: Metaphysics Archive

Washington.edu: Outline of Metaphysics Z (course)

Ancient Texts: Library of Ancient Texts Online

Ship.edu: Metaphysics

Wikipedia: Metaphysics

Websyte: Metaphsics: Multiple Meanings


Magnetic Field Lines Galore
The illustration maps the magnetic field lines emanating from the Sun and their interactions superimposed on an extreme ultraviolet image from SDO (Oct. 20, 2010). As one can see, the field lines are most dense around active regions, but they also link to other magnetically active areas across the Sun.
Credit: NASA/Goddard/SDO

Magnetic Field Lines Galore

The illustration maps the magnetic field lines emanating from the Sun and their interactions superimposed on an extreme ultraviolet image from SDO (Oct. 20, 2010). As one can see, the field lines are most dense around active regions, but they also link to other magnetically active areas across the Sun.

Credit: NASA/Goddard/SDO


cwnl:

Midnight Sun

A natural phenomenon occurring in the summer months north of the Arctic Circle and south of the Antarctic Circle where the sun never fully sets and remains visible 24 hours a day.

BBC News: FBI’s DNA Database Upgrade Plans Come Under Fire


“Dr Bruce Budowle, along with colleagues Arthur Eisenberg and Jianye Ge, outlined the objections at the Promega 22nd International Symposium on Human Identification (ISHI) in Maryland, US.”

“While working at the FBI in the 1990s, Dr Budowle helped choose the genetic markers currently used by Codis.”Science Direct: Forensic Science International: Genetics: Expanding the CODI core loci in the United States

BBC News: FBI’s DNA Database Upgrade Plans Come Under Fire

“Dr Bruce Budowle, along with colleagues Arthur Eisenberg and Jianye Ge, outlined the objections at the Promega 22nd International Symposium on Human Identification (ISHI) in Maryland, US.”

“While working at the FBI in the 1990s, Dr Budowle helped choose the genetic markers currently used by Codis.”

Science Direct: Forensic Science International: Genetics: Expanding the CODI core loci in the United States

The Telegraph: Speed of Light “Broken” at CERN, Scientists Claim; Nick Collins
Go Erie: Roll Over Einstein: Law of Physics Challenged; Frank Jordans and Seth Borenstein
National Geographic: Particles Moved Faster Than Speed of Light?; Ker Than

The Telegraph: Speed of Light “Broken” at CERN, Scientists Claim; Nick Collins

Go Erie: Roll Over Einstein: Law of Physics Challenged; Frank Jordans and Seth Borenstein

National Geographic: Particles Moved Faster Than Speed of Light?; Ker Than

Ranker: The 13 Most Evil U.S. Government Experiments on Humans; Robert Wabash
More on MK ULTRA:
Wikipedia: Project MK Ultra
Discovery: MK-ULTRA: The Science Channel

RankerThe 13 Most Evil U.S. Government Experiments on Humans; Robert Wabash

More on MK ULTRA:

Wikipedia: Project MK Ultra

Discovery: MK-ULTRA: The Science Channel


Moon & Stars
Something you don’t see too often, a detailed picture of the full Moon surrounded by a rich field of background stars. It’s true that bright moonlight scattered by the atmosphere tends to mask faint stars, but pictures of the sunlit portion of the Moon made with earthbound telescopes or even with cameras on the lunar surface often fail to show any background stars at all. Why? Because the exposure times are too short. Very short exposures, lasting fractions of a second, are required to accurately record an image of the bright lunar surface.
Composite Image Credit: T.A. Rector, I.P. Dell’Antonio, NOAO, AURA, NSF

Moon & Stars

Something you don’t see too often, a detailed picture of the full Moon surrounded by a rich field of background stars. It’s true that bright moonlight scattered by the atmosphere tends to mask faint stars, but pictures of the sunlit portion of the Moon made with earthbound telescopes or even with cameras on the lunar surface often fail to show any background stars at all. Why? Because the exposure times are too short. Very short exposures, lasting fractions of a second, are required to accurately record an image of the bright lunar surface.

Composite Image Credit: T.A. Rector, I.P. Dell’Antonio, NOAO, AURA, NSF

YouTube: Dr. Quantum: Double Slit Experiment 
Discovery: Are We Living in a Hologram? Ian O’Neill 
io9: Are We Living Inside a Giant Hologram?; Charlie Jane Anders

YouTube: Dr. Quantum: Double Slit Experiment 

Discovery: Are We Living in a Hologram? Ian O’Neill 

io9: Are We Living Inside a Giant Hologram?; Charlie Jane Anders

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