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How the Allies Won World War II Free. *** Eyes Only *** Mysterious going-on with the German atom bomb.
How the Allies Won World War 2
By WW2 AlLiEd PoWeRs
The book was very informative and was very interesting, but it was a little hard to understand and didn't describe too much about the Allies winning, but about what Axis powers have done. It still was a pretty good book and this is why I'm giving it a four out of a five star rating.
Austin P. Torney Video; illustrated. The “dry” formulas from science books are depended on for a large portion of our existence, and while we may stand in awe at their deeper meaning and even enjoy some lab experiments, they don’t always reveal their full and complete history; however, the stories behind many scientific discoveries are usually insightful, amazing and sometimes even hilarious. Being that we are human, we can be doggedly eccentric in some of our earthly quests, and perhaps the genius of some scientists begets even more incredulous undertakings.
Austin P. Torney Wholeness arrives by mixing the suspension: Classicists drone toward dull perfection, Romanticists drown in feeling’s affection; Worse, others alternate between extremes— It’s not this nor that, but of a joined direction.
Austin P. Torney Wireless internet arrives from a nearby town/hotel. Email is both the mailbox and the phone. The laptop internet is the TV and the movie theater. We can use a PO box for snail mail. No taxes, no rent, no mortgage. The view is superb.
The motorcycle idles, Which is really nothing more Than a soft purr, As one of my long-life Laptop batteries charges up, Waiting to be swapped with the other, Soon to be a dying one.
Austin P. Torney Book 3. In this installment, the New World is entered, to rescue two maidens; then, romance follows, a peaceful prelude to the war that will ensue in Book 4. Last Knight’s Almanac celebrates life, love, and adventure in the years following the death of King Arthur., and serves as a backdrop on which I can draw literary portraits of many of man's favorite things, such as nature, astronomy, emotion, poetry, travel, history, fantasy, art, and so on. Arthurian legend is the main thread of the story and is one of my favorite things, so this is important, too. What really happened in the Dark Ages? And yes, it's true, but only if you wish to believe it, that I unearthed these Chronicles from an iron box that was buried 1400 years ago under the Abbey of Glastonbury. Greatly color illustrated—a graphic novel. Full movie.
Austin P. Torney The Stuff Forever (or of From Nothing) that could no longer contain itself as a ‘singularity’, changing its form and ‘banging’ into a universe, obviously met a constraint that was being built up to in its wave form—since matter and spacetime came after the ‘bang’, as a low probability, but guaranteed (eventually), event, so we can go on to say about the only possible wave state of the Forever Something as the how and why of the ‘bang’, as well as the ‘what’ of the waves. Yes, it is a tall order, but we know that it could only do what it did, since all action is only from itself, there being no external directives possible for what is itself causeless. So, we expect to get ‘lucky’ in finding the only possible wave equation that meets all the requirements. (Thanks to Roger Ellman for the math.)
Austin P. Torney The Stuff Forever (or of nothing) that could no longer contain itself as a singularity, changing its form and ‘banging’ into a universe, obviously met a constraint that was being built up to in its wave form—since matter and spacetime came after the ‘bang’, as a low probability, but guaranteed (eventually), event, so we can go on to say about the only possible wave state of the Forever Something as the how and why of the ‘bang’, as well as the ‘what’ of the waves. Yes, it is a tall order, but we know that it could only do what it did, since all action is only from itself, there being no external directives possible for what is itself causeless. So, we expect to get ‘lucky’ in finding the only possible wave equation.
Austin P. Torney The logical / physical deduction of how existence can be and is…
Einstein was right about the Block Universe, as all at once, but there is a more to it, of there being no absolutes, everything relative to but itself, and so it cannot be affected by anything outside of it, and, it, thus, just is, making it eternal, with infinite scenarios, on of which is ours. The key, as it turns out, is for 'time' to be able to progress, and that is of the initial, extreme grouping order of the Beginning of time as drawn by the blended, symmetry order of the End.
— Light/Matter —
Light photons colliding make for
Electrons and positrons, and vice-versa,
With the forward-time of photons being
Canceled by the backward-time gravitons.
— Phantasmal Being —
Each ‘now’ that’s created and recreated
Over the various relative quanta
Has really already happened, coming, going,
And never ever returning, gone in a flash.
— Nether-Nor —
So, neither absolute solidity
Nor absolute vacuity can be,
Leaving relativity as a necessity,
For we do have sensory experience.
— The Play —
Our reality is as a flip-book’s pages turning,
The still pictures changing a bit, granting
But apparent motion, such as in a movie;
However, we do get to experience it!