Let us go back to the kinetic theory of gases; the gases are formed of molecules which circulate in all directions with great velocities; their trajectories would be rectilinear if from time to time they did not collide each other, … Read More
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One wonders if Mechanics is not on the eve of a new upheaval; recently a meeting was held at Brussels, attended by some twenty physicists of various nationalities, and at each moment they might have been heard to speak of … Read More
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Bilingual English/French Book (Livre bilingue anglais/français) By (par) Mary Hayes Davis, Chow-Leung. Translator (Traducteur): Nicolae Sfetcu It requires much study of the Oriental mind to catch even brief glimpses of the secret of its mysterious charm. An open mind and … Read More
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A few years ago, I had the opportunity to expose some ideas about the logic of the infinite; on the use of the infinite in Mathematics, on the use made of it since Cantor; I explained why I did not … Read More
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The antinomies to which certain logicians have been led come from the fact that they could not avoid certain vicious circles. It happened to them when they considered finite collections, but it happened to them much more often when they … Read More
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Romania is interested in one of the mandates of European Commissioners for regional policy, energy, transport and the environment. “We have not finished the regional policy mandate, so we could once again ask for this very important portfolio. So, I … Read More
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Is it possible to reason about objects that can notbe defined in a finite number of words? Is it even possible to talk about it knowing what one is talking about, and by saying something other than empty words? Or … Read More
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Ursula Gertrud von der Leyen (born Albrecht, on October 8, 1958) is a German politician and elected president of the European Commission. She was Germany’s Defense Minister from 2013 to 2019. Member of the center-right Christian Democratic Union (CDU), she … Read More
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It is in a totally different direction that Mr. Zermelo is seeking the solution of the difficulties we have pointed out. He tries to establish a system of axioms a priori, which must allow him to establish all the mathematical … Read More
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“The Reddish Polyergus, the most powerful ants of France by their courage in the fighting, form a people composed of four orders of citizens: males, females, neutrals or warriors … and slaves, workers conquered on suitable species. I am neutral, … Read More
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