Archive for the ‘Livros Lista Para Ler’ Category

Ciclo Vital: Livro comprado para ler

segunda-feira, setembro 10th, 2018

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Life cycles: reflections of an evolutionary biologist

https://www.amazon.com/dp/0691033196/ref=rdr_ext_tmb

 

Melhor vídeo sobre átomos e melhor debate sobre a noção cientifica do átomo e da existência humana

terça-feira, agosto 28th, 2018

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O video com a melhor explicacao sobre atomos e mecanica quantica basica. E os comentarios na discussao abaixo do video sao interessantes , principalmente do fisico que explica ninguem nunca viu atomos e particulas nos instrumentos da Fisica, apenas campos eletricos.

The most explanatory video about atoms and basic quantum mechanics

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EOHYT5q5lhQ

This is an email I received recently from the site “Ask a Mathematician, Ask a Physicist”::::::
What are “actual pictures” of atoms actually pictures of?.
Physicist:
Actual pictures of atoms aren’t actually pictures at all. There are a few good rules of thumb in physics. Among the best is: light acts like you’d expect on scales well above its wavelength and acts weird on scales below. In order to take a picture of a thing you need light to bounce … The only thing physicists have actually seen is basically a computer image, not the real image, and second, they observe electric fields, not the particle itself. They do not observe particles themselves; they are able to observe only the field. However this alone does not prove anything, but that the electric energy field exists and that’s about it—no atoms, no photons, no electrons, no quarks. no nothing. So no, particles do not exist. Particles exist only inside mathematical abstractions and nothing more and nothing else. We don’t know what actually exists in the real world, except that there are energy fields—electric, magnetic and all other forms and all other kinds of energy fields. I forgot to add what exactly is visualized with all these microscopes including STM–the scanning tunneling microscope. What is visualized is the charge density of the electric field. Basically you observe vibrations—electric vibrations. You haven’t seen an atom either. You’ve seen an image you assume to be an atom, but it is simply an instrument’s representation of the atom. It is not the atom itself. These techniques aren’t actually “visual” like microscopes we work with in biology classes. Microscopes use lenses and light to help zoom and focus on small objects. Electron microscopes, on the other hand, use quantum scattering theory to construct the shape of small objects, then the data is transferred to a computer to create a model. The wavelengths of visible light ranges on the order of ~370nm to 750nm. These are all MUCH larger than many particles of interest (and way too large to view atoms, which are on the order of Angstroms–0.1nm). Scientists need to be creative to be able to “see” atoms. So, no, scanning tunneling microscopes and atomic force microscopes did not prove the existence of atoms.

Living the Infinite Way: Life as Oneness with God

Living the Infinite Way: Life as Oneness with God

Jul 1, 2006

Paperback


Kindle Edition

Get it TODAY, Aug 28
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Oure Energy:
Also evidence of constant creation are these words: ‘magically bursting forth are quarks spinning billions of times a second as 3 points of light, forming what are called protons and neutrons’. I found these words in the book “The Quantum World” written by the physicist Kenneth Ford. Imagine that. Turns out we are imagination itself since nothing is solid. We are brilliant, concentrated energy images or holograms. In the book “Hands of Light” written by the physicist/healer Barbara Brennan are many pictures of what we look like as holograms/eternal energy beings. Brennan trained herself to see people as holograms.
Hands of Light: A Guide to Healing Through the Human Energy Field by [Brennan, Barbara]

Hands of Light: A Guide to Healing Through the Human Energy Field – Aura – Kindle Edition

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Melhor vídeo ( ainda com falhas) e argumentos dos céticos contra pseudociências

terça-feira, maio 29th, 2018

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Atencao! Tem que ler os comentários críticos a se ao video para não se deixar influenciar pelo apelo tecnológico e apelo `a autoridade patente no vídeo. O Titulo ” Introduction to Critical Thinking” esta falho porque não ha’ a introdução que revela as sete dimensões do espectro eletromagnético, portanto nossas deficiências sensoriais e limites dos instrumentos científicos na busca do Grande Quadro.

Livros sugeridos aqui:

  1. Carl Sagan – The Demon Haunted World: Science as a candle in the Dark ( ver principalmente Chapter 12 – Balloney kit
  2. James Rand – Flim-Flam – completo de nonsense fraudes…
  3. Mark Twain – The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn – o maior pensador critico das ignorancias e desvios humanos
  4. (mais relacoes de livros sugeridos, estao nos comentarios).

Livro a ler: O Pensamento Sistemico

domingo, março 4th, 2018

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Pensamento Sistemico: O Novo Paradigma da Ciencia

Pensamento Sistemico: O Novo Paradigma da Ciencia – 2002

Einstein: Importante livro a ler

terça-feira, fevereiro 6th, 2018

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https://fisicanaveia.blogosfera.uol.com.br/2018/02/06/entenda-as-ideias-de-einstein-de-uma-vez-por-todas/

E meu comentario de fev/06/18 enviado para moderacao:

E’ um risco crer numa visão do mundo, no significado da existencia tendo por base o que a disciplina Fisica das ciencias humanas sugere quando extrapola dos fatos para as teorias. Portanto lerei o livro para ser informado sobre fatos, fenomenos e eventos naturais, e não como busca para entender as existências. Os fisicos se esquecem que este Universo exibe a vida, a consciência, mas nunca procuraram estas faces do Universo nas estruturas que estudam. Porque a Fisica e’ o metodo de investigacao dos aspectos mecanicos do Universo, ela se limita ao campo do alicerce, do esqueleto do todo, quando o Universo está aqui nos mostrando que o esqueleto e’ produzido pela vida e logo alem de seus limites comeca a carne mole, os codigos se tornam muito mais complexos, por não falar que depois ainda tudo isto chega a um limite onde se inicia o limiar da consciencia. Claro que temos de ler, de conhecer as fundações imediatas que suportam o resto do edifício

Livro a ler: O espirito nos genes

sábado, fevereiro 3rd, 2018

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The Spirit in the Gene, Reg Morrison

Sugerido por Lynn Margullis numa entrevista

 

Sugestoes de livros para ler

sábado, dezembro 16th, 2017

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Foto de Carl Zimmer.

“Behave,” by Robert Sapolsky. “It’s all in our brains,” or, “It’s just our hormones” are among the many misleading short-hands we use to explain why we do what we do. Sapolsky, a Stanford biologist, shows how astonishing complex the link is between our molecular nature and our lived existence.

“A Crack in Creation,” by Jennifer Doudna and Samuel Sternberg. It’s a chronicle of Doudna’s experience discovering CRISPR, a powerful new gene-editing tool.

“A Different Kind of Animal,” by Robert Boyd. Boyd, a leading anthropologist, offers a wonderfully succinct account of culture as a feature of our species, and how it creates a new set of rules beyond biological evolution for how we can change.

“A Brief History of Everyone Who Ever Lived,” by Adam Rutherford. One of my big obsessions as a reporter is our expanding understanding of our genetic history, thanks to incredible advances like sequencing Neanderthal genomes. Rutherford, a British geneticist and journalist, presents a great survey of this fast-moving field.

“How to Tame A Fox,” by Lee Dugatkin and Lyudmila Trut. Dugatkin and Trut recount a profound experiment that took place in the Soviet Union: researchers bred foxes over a few decades into puppy-like creatures. The transformation may tell us something important about our own genetic changes that made us human.

“Big Chicken,” by Maryn McKenna. Among the things we share with nature are diseases–pathogens that shuttle between animals and humans. McKenna chronicles how our modern meat industry has fostered the evolution of dangerous bacteria that resist our best antibiotics.

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Para aprender tecnicas de blogging em assuntos cientificos, veja os slides deste livro, tem muitas boas informacoes:

Science Blogging: The Essential Guide  – March 1, 2016

Kindle – U$ 11,00

https://www.amazon.com/Science-Blogging-Essential-Christie-Wilcox/dp/0300197551/

 

 

Filosofia, contemporanea: The Philosophers Magazine

domingo, outubro 8th, 2017

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http://www.philosophersmag.com/

Esperar resultado ( do governo) em 10/out. Se positive, completar subscricao (U$ 6,00 ) e ler primeiro o artigo sobre a a Natureza da Vida…

As origens da Biologia se escudando na Fisica e deixando-se dirigir por ela ate’ hoje

sexta-feira, setembro 22nd, 2017

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O vídeo com link baixo, nos seus 6;oo minutos menciona o livro do físico  Schrodinger( o do Schrodinger cat),  “What’s Life” escrito nos anos 1940, e explica como ele influenciou os biólogos que na época era a Biologia considerada uma ciência de segunda classe. Muitos dos biólogos que seguiram escrevendo sobre teorias da vida nos anos sequentes vieram também com background da Física.

What’s Life?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8-cTlKVsvvM

Livro a ser lido, free PDF: Media e TV: Divertindo-nos Para Nossa Morte Intelectual

domingo, julho 31st, 2016

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(Lendo)

Assunto: Robotizacao dos humanos

Artigo neste website relacionado ao livro: Huxley ou Orwell: ..

Amusing Ourselves to Death

Public Discourse in the Age of Show Business

Neil Postman

 https://libcom.org/files/Neil%20Postman%20-%20Amusing%20Ourselves%20to%20Death.pdf

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Uma das criticas ao livro foi que o autor expos um problema real, existente, mas nao sugeriu nenhuma solucao. Um estudante disse: ” Yeah, what he said in 1985 had come startlingly true, we had amused ourselves to death . . . so why read it?”

Esta uma vantage que tenho nesta pregacao. Eu aponto uma solucao: o desmascaramento e o conhecimento da Matrix e’ a motivacao para se vencer o vicio do entertenimento banal.