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February 21, 2023

Tools and resources for sciences

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Calendar Magic EuroSoft: http://www.stokepoges.plus.com

CaRMetal – Dynamic geometry software : http://db-maths.nuxit.net/CaRMetal/

Declic – Software for computer aided geometry : http://emmanuel.ostenne.free.fr

JFDraw – Software for drawing geometrical figures : http://www.jfimagine.com

Isoptikon – An instrument for creation of exact drawings of plane Euclidean Geometry : http://www.uch.gr/Tmhmata/MATHEMATICS/MATH.html

Astronomy Lab 2 – One of the most innovative, interesting, and useful astronomy programs available for Microsoft Windows : http://www.personalmicrocosms.com

L’astronomie par les calculs 2.0 – A complete and useful astronomy program : http://members.aol.com/herculis/Page1.htm

Unit Converter Expert V1.0 – A great unit conversion tool http://www.calcexpert.com/

Helper is a software program intended to assist physicists, engineers, and other experts in performing computations. The program allows you to find quickly the majority of physical constants. http://www.geocities.com/shalaevr

Applied Thermodynamics Help http://www.taftan.com

Alcyone Planet’s Orbits : this software uses the orbital elements data, published by the Minor Planet Center (MPCORB) to display planet orbits.

Engineering Unplugged is a collection of websites for the benefit of the Engineering and Sciences Community. It is the place to find top Engineering and Sciences schools, organizations, websites, blogs and forums. You can browse here resources for topics like Aerospace, Civil Engineering, Cryotechnology, Electrical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Manufacturing, Military Science, Nuclear Power, Robotics, Surveying and many more.

Join a network of researchers from the world’s top institutions.

On AliceInPhysics, you will find everything you need to know about the Relativity Theory (time dilation, length deformation, simultaneity, image and source, the Doppler Effect, the roles of fields in physics, etc.)

In 1978 Hans Cousto, a Swiss mathematician and musicologist discovered the natural law of the “Cosmic Octave” as the link between different kinds of perodically occurring natural phenomena, such as the orbit of the planets, the weather, colors, rhythms and tones.

VoiceSync is a research initiative that uses vibrational resources to improve our subtle perception and global consciousness.

E-books on riddles in science :

Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles :

Physical Geography is a sub-discipline of two much larger fields of study – Geography and Earth Sciences. The main purpose of Physical Geography is to explain the spatial characteristics of the various natural phenomena associated with the Earth’s hydrosphere, biosphere, atmosphere, and lithosphere.

The world of pi on the internet is vast but to me few sites are complete… Anyway, I have not found any french site that i was really looking for, and for a maths-lover who is not a mathematician like me, it is sometime hard to work out all the proofs on your own….

For those who wish to study the sky without software, this web page : http://www.elbertwade.com/atlas.html allows you to get in a single click, for a date and a place, the sign of the astrological wheel with his degrees and minutes, the latitude and longitude, for the planets, the ASC, the MC.

Accurate numerical informations on planets :

Informations on parameters to take into account when calculating planets positions : http://www.stjarnhimlen.se/comp/ppcomp.html

Historical data on sunspots : http://www.sidc.be/silso/datafiles
Solar and geomagnetic historical data : http://www.solen.info/solar/indices.html

Source codes from astronomy programs and digital : http://www.moshier.net

Calendes – many calendars : http://www.olravet.fr

http://www.rexresearch.com : Rex Research collects and disseminates reports about suppressed/dormant/emerging science, inventions, technologies, experiments, and theories.

http://www.traced-ideas.eu : Music theory, Schematic algebra, Cycles, resonances, synchronization, Solar activity, Mayan astronomy, Realm of atoms, The last Fermat theorem, Equations, Earthquakes, Physics

http://www.alphee.com/ : astrology and trading softwares by Alphee Lavoie & Sergey Tarasov

http://www.astro.com/ : “Astrodienst” means “Astro Service”.
“Dienst” is German for “service”, and is pronounced “deenst”. “Astro” is not a particular word, but a common abbreviation for Astrology.

http://www.qchartist.net/files/index.php?dir=sciences%2Fmisc%2FLes+nombres+Symbolisme+et+Proprietes%2F Numerology

https://numberempire.com/ Numerology

http://crazy-numbers.com/ Numerology

https://dailygalaxy.com/ Great Discoveries Channel. The Daily Galaxy’s San Francisco-based founder and editor is Val Landi. Prior to launching dailygalaxy.com in 2007, Val was executive vice-president of global technology publisher, IDG, where he was head of Computerworld Electronic Media and founder of Computerworld.com –one of the Internet’s first news sites. Val later joined Palo Alto-based Interval Research as Senior Vice President. Interval –whose mission was to help create the IP foundation for the wired world–was founded by Paul Allen, Microsoft’s co-founder and creator of the Allen Radio Telescope Array in the High Sierra’s. Val hold’s a Master’s Degree (’91) from Harvard University, with a concentration on the history of science. At Harvard, Val studied with I. Bernard Cohen, one of the world’s leading authorities on Isaac Newton. The founder of Isis, Cohen was often referred to as the “father of the history of science”.

https://dailygalaxy.com/2019/07/illusion-of-death-in-the-quantum-universe-we-exist-indefinitely-as-soul-holiday-feature/ “Illusion of Death” –‘In the Quantum Universe We Exist Indefinitely’

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Appearances of Phi, the Golden Ratio, in the Solar System
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