LIGHT absolutely does NOT exist.

submitted by: EinsteinGravitydotcom

Light is only the electromagnetic waves of HEAT that hit our retinas and what only our BRAINS then define as Light.

From Block Codes to Convolutional Codes, Subspace Codes and Grassmannians

submitted by: UP Los Baños
Documentation of the special lecture on "From Block Codes to Convolutional Codes, Subspace Codes and Grassmannians" by Dr. Virgilio P. Sison, Director of the Institute of Mathematical Science and Physics, College of Arts and Science, UPLB last March 21, 2013 at the Mathematics Building, UPLB, College, Laguna. In his talk, constructions of distance-optimal systematic unit-memory convolutional codes from linear block codes over finite semi-local rings were discussed. Secondly, the...

Drive Train Innovations for the Next Generation of Wind Turbines

submitted by: RASEIBoulder
Summary: As tax credits expire for wind energy, the ability to compete with established energy sources is critical. All wind turbine manufacturers are examining their next generation turbines with an eye towards reducing their cost, increasing energy production, and improving reliability. Because the drive train accounts for such a large part of the rotor nacelle assembly cost, it has become a prime target for design change. Drive train innovations which reduce cost, increase energy...

Mathematical Modeling of Brassinosteroid Signaling

submitted by: UP Los Baños

Documentation of the special seminar on "Mathematical Modeling of Brassinosteroid Signaling," by Mark Jayson Cortez, Instructor, Institute of Mathematical Sciences and Physics during the 27th IMSP Research Colloquim at the Mathematics Building, UPLB, College, Laguna

Strengthening the Palay Seed Systems in Southern Tagalog and Bicol Regions

submitted by: UP Los Baños

Documentation of the professorial chair lecture on "Strengthening the Palay Seed Systems in Southern Tagalog and Bicol Regions, Philippines" by Dr. Jose E. Hernandez, Professor, Crop Science Cluster, College of Agriculture on March 5, 2013 at the CSC Lecture Hall, ASH Building, UPLB, College, Laguna.

The Stanford Healthy Neighborhood Discovery Tool: A Computerized Tool to Assess Active Living Environments

submitted by: mbuman
Background: The built environment can influence physical activity, particularly among older populations with impaired mobility. Existing tools to assess environmental features associated with walkability are often cumbersome, require extensive training, and are not readily available for use by community residents. Purpose: This project aimed to develop and evaluate the utility of a computerized, tablet-based participatory tool designed to engage older residents in identifying neighborhood...
Authors: Matthew Buman, Sandra Winter, Jylana Sheats, Eric Hekler, Jennifer Otten, Lauren Grieco, Abby King