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Posted By : Avax | Date : 09 Jun 2022 18:23 | Comments : 5
А вот кому книжку научно-популярную?? Пусть и две тысячи первого года, а все равно, интересно же! Про этот… про Big Bang и про всякие другие занятные вещи — забирайте!

J. Michael T. Thompson (Editor), «Visions of the Future: Chemistry and Life Science»

Cambridge University Press | 2001 Year | PDF | 1,93 Mb | 209 Pages

This volume presents 10 papers on chemistry and life science, originally published in three special issues of the Royal Society's Philosophical Transactions, which have been re-written for the general reader. Here, “leading young scientists describe their research and give their visions of future developments” (from the preface). The contributions are organized into sections on atoms and molecules in motion, new processes and materials, biological growth and form, understanding the human body, and understanding the human mind.

What does the future of science hold? Who is making the discoveries that will help shape this future? What areas of research show the greatest promise? Find definitive and insightful answers to such questions as these in the three volumes of Visions of the Future: Astronomy and Earth Science, Chemistry and Life Science, and Physics and Electronics. Representing a careful selection of authoritative articles published in a special issue of Philosophical Transactions — the world's longest-running scientific journal — the chapters explore such themes as:

• The Big Bang

• Humankind's exploration of the solar system

• The deep interior of the Earth

• Global warming and climate change

• Atoms and molecules in motion

• New materials and processes

• Nature's secrets of biological growth and form

• Understanding the human body and mind

• Quantum physics and its relationship to relativity theory and human consciousness

• Exotic quantum computing and data storage

Telecommunications and the Internet Written by leading young scientists, the timely contributions convey the excitement and enthusiasm that they have for their research and a preview of future research directions. J.M.T. Thompson is Professor of Nonlinear Dynamics and Director of the Center for Nonlinear Dynamics at University College London. Professor Thompson has published widely on instabilities, bifurcations, catastrophe theory and chaos. He was a Senior SERC Fellow, served on the IMA Council, and, in 1985, was awarded the Ewing Medal of the Institution of Civil Engineers. Currently, he is Editor of the Royal Society's Philosophical Transactions (Series A) which is the world's longest running scientific journal.


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Posted By: Avax Date: 09 Jun 2022 18:55
2gu900: Alexpal ея перезалил — я сейчас жду от него подтверждения, после чего новость вновь “выпущу”.
Posted By: Avax Date: 09 Jun 2022 19:47
Кстати, уже можно пользоваться. 8)
Posted By: Avax Date: 09 Jun 2022 20:27
Do not thank us. Thank authors!
Posted By: Avax Date: 09 Jun 2022 21:01
Чего-чего?? %)
Posted By: Avax Date: 10 Jun 2022 03:08
Изъясняйся яснее, пожалуйста. Я не постигаю, чё ты от меня, блин, хочешь. Книжки потерял? Заново купи, или ступай в районное бюро находок, или сделай что-нибудь еще прекрасное, понял, нет? Мы тебе тут Amazon что ли? Мы тут на общественных началах, понял, нет? Вообще опухли.
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