By Ronny Kjelsberg
Neutron stars are the densest gadgets recognized in our universe that experience no longer collapsed in on themselves to shape a singularity (a black hole). Like black holes they're shaped while stars run out of nuclear gas and radiation strain can not face up to the pull of gravitational forces. This booklet delivers an in-depth examine how the Direct Urca method is a significant aspect within the cooling of neutron stars after their forming, but it additionally offers short introductions to neutron megastar physics ordinarily, the historical past of neutron celebrity physics, and pulsars - the pulsating stars that shape the observational foundation for neutron stars. The e-book additionally introduces the several appropriate versions for an equations of country for neutron stars and a bankruptcy on hyperon subject, ahead of it ultimately is going directly to describe the cooling methods of neutron stars, all with the mandatory mathemathical framework for an in-depth research.
By Larry W. Lake
Reservoir characterization - a method for producing the enter for numerical reservoir simulation - is important within the layout and prediction of such a lot oil restoration tasks. This quantity presents an in-depth, interdisciplinary survey of the present practices, difficulties, study, and tendencies during this vital box. prime experts in reservoir engineering, geology, hydrology, and records current state-of-art equipment of reservoir characterization. Papers specialize in the microscopic, mesoscopic, macroscopic, and magascopic scales. "Reservoir Characterization II" is exclusive in its integration of information from a number disciplines, and should be an necessary reference for reservoir engineers, geologists, hydrologists, geohydrologists, petrophysicists, and geostatisticians.
By Jean-Pierre Petit
Comme dans son précédent ouvrage, Ovnis et armes secrètes américaines, l’auteur utilise l. a. mise en scène d’un récit, d’une sorte d’enquête menée par ses personnages, pour initier le lecteur à des questions scientifiques complexes.
Il s’agit, cette fois-ci, à los angeles fois des possibles développements de l’intelligence artificielle et surtout du threat des manipulations génétiques, en particulier lorsqu’elles touchent au génome humain. Avec, comme toujours, l. a. threat que le foyer militaro-industriel ferait peser sur l’avenir de los angeles planète et l’espèce humaine, et l. a. attainable intervention extérieure d’extraterrestres.
By Frank Knowles
A number of the earliest books, really these relationship again to the 1900s and prior to, at the moment are super scarce and more and more dear. we're republishing those vintage works in reasonable, top of the range, glossy variations, utilizing the unique textual content and paintings.
By Alexandre Koyre
NB: no longer exact in contents with Koyré's 'Études newtoniennes' from 1968
By O'Hare, Mick O'Hare
Good, why now not? Is it simply because elephants are too huge or heavy (after all, they are saying hippos and rhinos can play hopscotch)? Or is it simply because their knees face the opposite direction? Or do they simply wait till no one's taking a look? learn this extraordinary new compilation to determine. this can be well known technology at its such a lot soaking up and relaxing. because of this the former titles within the New Scientist sequence were overseas bestsellers and offered over million copies among them. Like Does something devour Wasps? (2005), Why do not Penguins' toes Freeze? (2006) and Do Polar Bears Get Lonely? (2008), this is often one other tremendous choice of clever, witty and infrequently marvelous solutions to a striking variety of technology questions, from 'why is frozen milk yellow?' to 'what's the garage means of the human mind in gigabytes?'.
By William Weaver, Tim Parks, Martin McLaughlin, Italo Calvino
“We have been peering into this darkness, criss-crossed with voices, whilst the swap came about: the sole, nice swap I’ve ever occurred to witness, and in comparison to it the remainder is nothing.” — from The entire Cosmicomics
Italo Calvino’s liked cosmicomics move planets and traverse galaxies, accelerate time or sluggish it all the way down to the debris of an speedy. in the course of the eyes of an ageless advisor named Qfwfq, Calvino explores normal phenomena and tells the tale of the origins of the universe. Poignant, fantastical, and clever, those thirty-four astounding tales — accrued right here in a single definitive anthology — relate complicated medical and mathematical suggestions to our daily international. they're an indelible (and unfailingly pleasant) literary achievement.
“Nimble and infrequently hilarious . . . attempting to describe the sort of assorted and enjoyable combine, i need to admit, simply as Calvino does so frequently, that my phrases fail the following, too. There’s no means I — or someone, fairly — can muster adequate of them to relatively catch the magic of those tales . . . learn this e-book, please.” — Colin Dwyer, NPR