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In 2006 the Royal Society, in cooperation with the International Council for Science, the
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The present volume studies the application of concepts from non-equilibrium thermodynamics to a variety of research topics. Emphasis is on the Maximum Entropy Production (MEP) principle and applications to Geosphere-Biosphere couplings. Written by leading researchers from a wide range of backgrounds, the book presents a first coherent account of an emerging field at the interface of thermodynamics, geophysics and life sciences.
One of the greatest challenges South Africa faces is rural poverty and education. This book graphically illustrates the conditions that make the dreams of a better life for all virtually unrealisable in rural areas. Through the voices of rural people themselves, the reader is told
Along the way to becoming a space-faring species, humanity has faced enormous
challenges. Despite these many initial hurdles, however, the United States has
contributed to the progress of human spaceflight by delivering the lunar landings, the
space shuttle, and, in partnership with other nations, the International Space Station
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a strong backbone of scientific and engineering research accomplishments.
I must, in particular, acknowledge
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producing a cohesive and correlated compilation, and to minimize overlaps between
closely related chapters. Molecular electronics provides means to
extend Moore’s Law beyond the foreseen limits of small-scale conventional silicon integrated
Soil is a biogeochemically dynamic natural resource that supports all
critical components that comprise terrestrial ecosystems. It has been
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to be “the final frontier.” The growing awareness that soil provides a variety
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From John Glenn s mission to orbit Earth to the
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Explorers have always had to face the problem of how to
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Almost since their inception, the natural sciences, those fields that use the scientific
method to study nature, have been divided into two branches: the biological
sciences and the physical sciences. In part, this division can be viewed as a convenient
social contrivance. However, over time it has also served more functional
purposes. Physical scientists, when seeking the fundamental laws, have found it
necessary to focus on the simplest of systems—elementary particles, atoms, and
molecules—items clearly not alive.
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This book series was started in 1990 to promote research conducted under the auspices of the EC
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Kabbalah, Science & the Meaning of Life traces the milestones of the evolution of science with which we are familiar, such as Newton’s and Einstein’s theories but goes further to present the science of Kabbalah as the basis for understanding the hidden parts of reality which scientists are now discovering. While other sciences research the definable world around us, Kabbalah teaches us how the spontaneous changes occurring within us affect our surrounding reality.
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The products of science and technology influence the lives of
all citizens, including young adults. New means of communication
and transportation, new ways of doing work and
pursuing recreation, new foods and new medicines arrive
almost daily. Science also engenders new ways of looking at
the world and at other citizens. Likewise, science can raise
concerns about moral and ethical values.
Dealing with all such changes requires some resiliency.
As a scientist who has worked for more than 40 years to find cures for infectious
disease, I find the idea that terrorists would use biological agents as a
weapon to be anathema. It violates the fundamental values of the life sciences that
I and my colleagues hold dear: that science is a vital tool for improving life and
the health of our planet and enhancing our understanding of the natural world.
My own work has focused on cholera, a disease responsible for the death
of thousands of people around the world every year.