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Animation as a Comedic Narrative: The Influence of Comedia, Intrigue, and The Absurd in One Piece

Introduction   Owing a lot of its meaning to Aristotle’s Poetics, the term ‘comedy’ has always been seen not only as a sort of humorous discourse generally intended to amuse and make fun of situations, but also as a tool often used to make political, social, and religious statements. Traditionally, comedy has been written by [...]

Cure or Poison? The binding precedents in the Brazilian legal system.

This article aims to assess the succinct manner the profound changes in the Brazilian legal culture caused by the introduction of binding precedents (stare decisis) in the Brazilian legal system. Initially, it should be said that this work is also a relief, a lawyer who cares to study the legal system of a country is [...]

Continuous Closed Loop Production of Plastic Raw Materials, Polymer Intermediates and Green Fuels…

While organic chemistry based on renewable natural resources had been the main focus until the early 20’st century, the attention quickly shifted towards coal in the early 1900’s and by the 1930’s petroleum, due to its abundance and low cost, had become the raw material of main interest for the chemical industry in general. Today, [...]

David Hilbert 23 Problems Blaise Pascal Number

Hilbert’s Mathematical Problems Table of contents (The actual text is on a separate page.) Introduction. (Philosophy of problems, relationship between mathematics and science, role of proofs, axioms and formalism.) Précis 1 Problem 1. Cantor’s problem of the cardinal number of the continuum. (The continuum hypothesis.) Number 1 K. Gödel. The consistency of the axiom of choice and of [...]

The “free” Free Thinker

Exposure point of view arguing that free thinking is not just innovate and counter the prevailing thoughts, but to expose the free thinker also can reasonably bind to any point of view, even the religious. From the moment I started to develop my own views on the world, began to have my own ideas, always [...]

Online Social Networks: Enhanced Connectivity or Accelerated Isolation?

A decade ago staying in touch with friends may have involved meeting at a local café after work or at a playground after school. However, with the introduction of online social networks, we are able to connect with and talk to friends from the comfort of our homes. The convenience and increased connectivity offered by [...]

The “free” Free Thinker

Exposure point of view arguing that free thinking is not just innovate and counter the prevailing thoughts, but to expose the free thinker also can reasonably bind to any point of view, even the religious. From the moment I started to develop my own views on the world, began to have my own ideas, always [...]

David Hilbert 23 Problems Blaise Pascal Number

Hilbert’s Mathematical Problems Table of contents (The actual text is on a separate page.) Introduction. (Philosophy of problems, relationship between mathematics and science, role of proofs, axioms and formalism.) Précis 1 Problem 1. Cantor’s problem of the cardinal number of the continuum. (The continuum hypothesis.) Number 1 K. Gödel. The consistency of the axiom of [...]

Mathematical Problems of David Hilbert 23

Problems in Predicate Mathematics or Word Problems    (x, y and z integers) Algebra Preliminary or Algebra I                                                  ax + by + c = 0 Algebra Intermediate or Intermediate Algebra             xn + yn = zn    Please offer Geometry diophantine morning. | Pascal, Blaise

Gravitational power plant in space combined with solar energy

Spinning magnets with virtually no friction and zero gravity in a vacume tube is a key to more efficient powering unit. A powering satellite in orbit where the gravitational pull in contrast with the centrifugal force and the satellite liner velocity is used to spin rings of magnets which are governed by a stationered outer [...]