Understanding the Concept of Architecture Criticism Through Ebooks

The act of speaking or writing about any building after due analysis is popularly known as architecture criticism. Most commonly, buildings that are historically important, have revolutionary designs or are constructed at a famous public site are subject of architecture critique. Nowadays, lots of architecture criticism reference ebooks are available on the World Wide Web, which provide all the requisite information on the topic. These books scrutinize the role of ideologies in architectural criticism and help readers learn about the subject.

Architecture Walks: The Best Outings Near New York City; Stockholm: The Making Of A Metropolis; and Indigenous Modernities: Negotiating Architecture And Urbanism are popular ebooks that give reference on architecture criticism. Buyers can download these digitized books in PDF format from any reliable ebook store at the most affordable rates.

Among all these, Architecture Walks: The Best Outings Near New York City by Lucy D. Rosenfeld and Marina Harrison has gained traction among readers. The book takes readers on a journey to most aesthetic, appealing and captivating architectural treasures located in the vicinity of New York. Early colonial saltboxes, yet-to-be-finished modern structures on college campuses, 19th century follies, Gilded Age palaces, lighthouses, windmills and romantic ruins that are located within driving distance of NYC are discussed in this book.

Color, Space, and Style ebook written by Mimi Love is a complete handbook with all the important information for interior designer. It includes information that need to know on a daily basis. The world of interior designing is quite broad and Color, Space, and Style ebook gives the details requisite for planning and executing interior projects of all kinds. Divided into 6 sections, the book speaks about fundamentals, space, surface, environments, elements and resources involve in interior designing. Color, Space, and Style ebook also contains interviews of some of the prominent interior designers.

People interested in interior designing can also take reference from design, drafting, drawing & presentation available on Ebook Store. What Designers Know; Interior Designer’s Portable Handbook 2/E: First-Step Rules of Thumb for Interior Architecture; and V-Ray: Photorealistic Visualization are some of the popular design, drafting, drawing & presentation ebooks on the subject.

What Designers Know by Bryan Lawson is quite popular among established as well as amateur interior designers. The book has answer to all the questions related with designing, such as the activities that designers must perform, what makes them take particular decisions and the knowledge they need for carrying out the job. The book is written in simple and lucid language so that students and beginners can understand it well. Moreover, it has all the success mantras needed important for students and aspiring interior designers.

National Science Foundation Offers The Geoinformatics Solicitation Grant

Geoinformatics is the science and technology of developing and using information service sciences in addressing the issues linked to geography, geosciences as well as other branches associated to engineering.

The Division of Earth Sciences, under the supervision of the National Science Foundation, is among the actual departments that deal with the promotion and enhancement of the country’s Geoinformatics-related programs.

The Division of Earth Sciences (EAR) has constituted means to promote the creation of cyberinfrastructure building activities aimed to eventually enable transformative advances in geosciences research and education.

In line with this objective, the EAR has built a solicitation program with a total anticipated budget of $4,800,000 that will award 5 to 10 eligible applicants the funds that they need in developing their geosciences-related projects.

The aforementioned solicitation program will not support hardware development or major hardware purchases but will normally comprise these particular inclusions:

a) Identify targeted user communities and describe how the proposed activity will address the community’s unmet needs

b) Exhibit exemplary awareness and thorough knowledge of present informatics infrastructure and developments that could impact the proposed activity

c) Establish plans for the integration and compatibility of the proposed geoinformatics platform within current geoinformatics projects and activities.

Interested applicants are strongly recommended to contact the program officers of the EAR at the Grants.gov website to be able to discuss their ideas and seek further clarifications.

To be able to take part in this program, applications and proposals need to be electronically submitted to the Grants.gov website on or before January 13, 2012.

Individuals and organizations in the following categories will be regarded as eligible applicants:

a) Universities and colleges accredited by the government and located in the US and its territories

b) Non-profit, non-academic organizations including museums, research laboratories, professional societies and similar organizations located in the US and are directly associated with educational or research activities

c) For-profit organizations including strong businesses with strong capabilities in scientific or engineering research education

d) State and Local Governments including state educational offices and local school districts

e) Unaffiliated individuals like independent scientists educators and engineers in the US

As stated in the objectives of the Geoinformatics solicitation program in the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance, the program aims to bolster and enhance the national scientific enterprise via the constant growth of fundamental knowledge and increased comprehension of the complex Earth systems through the assistance of various research opportunities.

The National Science Foundation, otherwise referred to as the NSF, is the agency funding the Geoinformatics solicitation program. The NSF is constantly working into the promotion of the progress of science, the progression of national health, prosperity and welfare, and lastly the noble process of securing the nation’s defense.

Molecular Gastronomy by Herve This

In this book the author, Herve This (pronounced “Tees”), explains the chemistry and physics of what takes place during cooking reactions in the kitchen; augmented with a little bit of cellular biology. The whole concept sounds a bit off-putting. In reality it moves along very quickly with the author breaking down very complex processes into very simple terminology. It does explain why we do what we do in the kitchen to achieve the desired flavor results. Although the title may suggest otherwise, it is a book that the casual reader can peruse without too much difficulty.

The book is divided into four sections. The first section delves into some of the basic cooking techniques and tries to debunk some common food preparation myths. It takes a very Francocentric view on cooking with chapters on some things of which the average person has probably never heard. The more important sections include the science behind various simple cooking techniques like making stocks, using vinegars and wine for marinating, roasting meats, and the use of salt in enhancing flavor. Some other not so useful sections include the correct methods for cooling down a cup of coffee and the debunking of the myth that putting a teaspoon in an open champagne bottle will keep it from losing its bubbles. I think these were some added tidbits for the reader to expound upon in dinner conversations.

The second section deals with the science behind our ability to taste. It covers recent studies on the taste sensors in the mouth and aroma sensors in the nose that actually create the flavors that we sense. One of the most interesting sections deals with how using salt can actually trick the palate, creating sweet sensations when none exist. There is also a section which includes some new science about how temperature actually plays a role in flavor sensations. There is some evidence that heating the tip of the tongue actually produces a sweet flavor sensation.

The third and longest section of the book deals with the actual scientific studies underlying many of the basic concepts. It is at times very enlightening and equally maddening. Many questions are posed and many questions are left unanswered. I am not sure this was an editing mistake or a translational problem (the original was written in French and translated into English). For example the questions about the right way to cook pasta are posed, including the question about needing to salt the water or not. The salting question is never answered, which leaves the reader wondering why it was asked in the first place. If you can skip over these omissions, you will glean some good information from this section.

The fourth section of the book supposedly has to do with using modern techniques for applying what we have learned in the earlier chapters. There is a bit of a rant about using medieval cooking techniques in a modern world. The application of scientific techniques to cooking is interesting. I do not think the use of foams or concentrated chemical additives in cooking is going to catch on anytime soon in the average household. This type of cooking is becoming more of an accepted trend in restaurants. The science behind what you are eating in these trendy places makes for an interesting read.

There is a lot about the science of cooking in this book. It is also fair to say that there is little in the book that will lead one to begin using many non-traditional cooking techniques. It is interesting to know that theoretically it is possible to make several liters of mayonnaise from one egg yolk. Just because it is possible does not mean it will lead to a better mayonnaise. As a primer on the basic science of cooking and taste this is a good book to read. I do not think it will inspire you to start making foamy concoctions any time soon.

Gluten-Free, Sugar-Free Cooking by Susan O’Brien Review

When you want to lose weight it can be very hard to find recipes that are as nice as your mother used to make, but not quite so fattening. With 200 recipes, this book holds out a lot of promise for diabetics or people like me who want to lose weight. Now, by sugar-free it doesn’t mean that the food produced will be entirely sugar-free, merely that you don’t add unnatural sugars.

My first impressions of this book are great. It looks good, and is certainly easy to read. The instructions are, I think, also very easy to follow. As cookbooks go it is also reasonably entertaining.

The recipes cover all the main meals, and even some snacks to keep you going through the long day.

If you have to avoid certain foods because of medical conditions it is ideal. In fact, recipes are generally free of gluten, sugar and usually dairy.

I haven’t found another recipe book that is both gluten and sugar free, so it is an ideal choice of book for most dieters.

But the real question is: are the recipes easy to eat, delicious, and easy to make?

Now, don’t get me wrong. I’m not a great cook. Most of the food I made was not presented with the same flair as the pictures. But while I am not a great cook I found it easy to make most of these recipes. Although they were easy to make since I live in the countryside, sometimes some of the more unusual ingredients are hard to find (they wouldn’t be if you lived in a reasonable sized town with a health store nearby). But I was still able to make a good selection of meals.

It’s fair to say, this book contains enough variety to be able to have regular sugar-free meals without too much pain, and with a lot of gain.

It is an ideal book for a nutritionists, a dieter, or someone with medical conditions that require them to avoid certain foods.

The best thing about this book is it isn’t a weird book that you need to be worried about your health, if you use the recipes contained in this book sensibly it is obvious that you would be eating a healthy diet.

A lot of books offer healthy but boring food.

This book offers healthy and delicious meals, which are not too hard to make.

One particular section that I liked was the recipes on breads, cakes and muffins. Being able to make them healthily is a real bonus. I think you could easily live on the food in this book, which is more than the case with a lot of new age diets.

So I guess my basic review is… this is a great book.

OK, you will still have to exercise discipline and do those horrible exercises to lose weight, but at least you won’t have to eat horrible food to do it.

5 Books To Keep You Healthy With Vegetable Cooking

Neal Barnard and Robyn Webb team up to write The Get Healthy, Go Vegan Cookbook: 125 Easy and Delicious Recipes to Jump-Start Weight Loss and Help You Feel Great. The book with the length title offers many suggestions and great recipes that are intended for people who wish to lose some weight, lower their cholesterol levels, or reverse the symptoms of their type 2 diabetes. The book includes some useful scientific data that outlines the importance of having this low fat diet, and then offers many healthy, and easy to make recipes to have delicious meals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. No matter what kind of plate you seek, this book will have the recipes that allow for you to make great meals with only vegetables, containing important information about calories, saturated fat, as well as vitamins and minerals.

John La Puma and Rebecca Powell Marx write ChefMD’s Big Book of Culinary Medicine: A Food Lover’s Road Map to Losing Weight, Preventing Disease, and Getting Really Healthy. In this book, there is plenty of medical experience, from an actual doctor’s point of view, so there is plenty of science to back up the claims of the importance of eating well, but there is also great cooking suggestions that will allow you to make wonderful food that not only tastes great but also keeps you young and fit, as well. He is like doctor merged with chef so you will not only be taking care of yourself but you will be eating well, too.

Isa Chandra Moskowitz and Matthew Ruscigno write Appetite for Reduction: 125 Fast and Filling Low-Fat Vegan Recipes, a book that offers 125 recipes for a low-fat diet. You will be able to make a number of healthy dishes like Tamarind BBQ and Sweet Potatoes, Chipotle Lentil Burgers, and Onion Rings that are Oven Baked for extra healthy aspects and no fatty, greasy additives.

Daniel G. Amen brings you Change Your Brain, Change your Body Cookbook, a book specially designed to eat right by using wonderful, fresh recipes that will help you make things like spaghetti squash pasta and mushroom sauce, or sweet potato soup, or salmon curry chowder soup, or southwestern tacos, or tuna with avocado sauce, or veggie burgers, or pomegranate walnut salad, or veggie wraps, or turkey chili. All kinds of things will be able to be brought to the table with this book and also keep you and your family healthy and fit, as well.

Easy Healthy Diet From Paleo Cookbooks

Everybody in this universe wants to lead a healthy life. Most of us are not successful in achieving a normalized body health. Obesity is the main problem for many of us. It is not needed to waste time in gym sweating with the heavy objects. Simply boosting our levels of general daily activity can improve our health to a greater extent. Diet and fitness form a main part of our daily activity. When it comes to diet we have to be cautious about the type of food we intake and the extent of nutrition our body consumes. A proper proportion of the food intake and nutrients level are the causes for boosting our health.

When it comes to eating habits, all of us are designed to eat fresh fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds and animals. This is the ultimate secret (which is not really a secret) to optimal health, losing weight, staying lean, improved performance, reduced risk of injury and faster recovery and healing.

After many trials and errors, I finally discovered that it is always better and safe to go by nature. Honestly speaking, I am not a good cook. Once I purchased the Paleo cookbooks, I found the recipes and instructions to be very simple and I was able to cook tasty meals. I found that my diet was just about the opposite of what everybody ate. I even spent less time thinking about food and more time just enjoying a healthy and vibrant life. I was able to create many interesting recipes that helped me to stay away from sweets and fried foods. My BMI (Body Mass Index) reduced to a greater extent within a month. I realized that I was smart in making the right changes in my life to achieve great health.

The Paleo Cookbooks introduced many delicious recipes which is a diet designed by nature. These books have shown positive results to many of us like good weight loss results, increased energy levels, bright & soft skin and a strong immune system. Eating natural foods that make up the Paleo diet promote such wonderful results.

The main reason to follow this cookbook is that it is always safe to follow a Paleo diet. The Paleo Diet is based on what our prehistoric human ancestors consumed. During the paleolithic age, our ancestors used to eat the food from nature. They didn’t suffer from diabetes, obesity, heart diseases, cancer, auto-immune system and other chronic disorders. Their natural way of living made them healthy, fit and strong. It is interesting to know that the mortality rates were very low in places like Japan and Mediterranean compared to other places. This is because their dietary habits were paleolithic.

In this cookbook we don’t find processed foods, preservatives, vegetable oils, sodas, legumes and dairy products. Instead there are a lot of recipes for egg, fish, fruits, vegetables, shell fish, seafood and nuts. For our convenience they have included guide to cook a healthy diet, easy cooking time charts, a guide to cook fats and meat charts to help us understand the Paleo diet and keep us on the path to follow a healthier diet and enjoying improved health. It is not too late to change our habits and establish a healthy lifestyle. So don’t waste your time breaking your heads, making a hell lot of trial and errors in searching for a healthy recipe. My best suggestion for the recipe that fits your body in all ways is the Paleo cookbooks.

A Review of the Mini Tyrannosaurus Book – An Excellent First Dinosaur Book for a Child

The Mini Dinosaurs Tyrannosaurus rex Dinosaur Book Reviewed

Tyrannosaurus rex is one of the most famous of all the animals that have ever lived on planet Earth. Although the “Tyrant Lizard King” has been extinct for more than sixty-five million years and known to scientists for more than a Century it is still able to inspire the next generation of budding palaeontologists. This is a brief review of a compact, hardback dinosaur book all about Tyrannosaurus rex, the book, part of a series called Mini Dinosaurs features a bright red T. rex and it helps young children with the development of their reading skills.

A Series of Dinosaur Books Aimed at Very Young Children

The Mini Dinosaur series consists of four books, there is one about the dinosaur formerly known as Brontosaurus (now scientifically described as Apatosaurus), one about Triceratops and another about the dinosaur called Stegosaurus. The fourth book in this series features T. rex and it contains a surprising amount of information about this formidable Late Cretaceous predator.

This robust, hardback has had its front and back covers laminated, a real help when it comes to trying to keep the book clean after little, sticky fingers have been holding it. The book is designed for children from three years and upwards and it is a nice, square shape so that little hands can grip it and hold it easily.

Clear and Easy to Read Typeface

The short sentences in the book are written in a very clear and large typeface. This makes it easy for the young child (with the assistance of an adult), to be able to follow the sentence and to make out the individual words. Open the book and a question is posed such as why did Tyrannosaurus rex have such big jaws? There is a drawing of a red T. rex and if you lift the flap which represents this dinosaur’s mouth and you look inside you will see the answer to this question. The underside of the flap has a little bit of extra information written on it so that the grown-up can explain the answer to the child. It is pleasing to see such a colourful dinosaur book, clearly designed with young children in mind that tries to help by providing more information about prehistoric animals.

Questions and Answers about a Dinosaur Known as T. rex

The question and answer process is repeated throughout and at the very back of the book, if the flaps are carefully unfolded and pulled out away from the book itself a cardboard model of a bright red Tyrannosaurus rex is revealed.

Make your Own Tyrannosaurus rex Dinosaur Model

Simply lift the flaps to reveal the answers to the questions posed about this fearsome predator and you can assemble your very own stand-up, red T. rex at the end. The dinosaur does not look that scary, so it is not going to distress little minds, in fact the bright red T. rex looks quite friendly, which is sure to go down well with any budding palaeontologists reading about their favourite dinosaur.

Recommended to Help Young Children with their Reading Skills

This is a super little dinosaur book, one especially designed with very young readers in mind. It is colourful, tactile and robust being written in such away as to enthuse children about reading and exploring facts about prehistoric animals. A highly recommended first dinosaur book for children from thirty-six months and older.

Teen Fantasy Adventure Books For Young Adults – The Triple Threat Approach

Modern literary and cinematic hits like Harry Potter, Twilight, and Hunger Games targeted at teen and young adult audiences have translated into huge profit for authors, publishers and film producers alike, but their success may boil down to good old fashioned escapism and what could be called a triple threat technique of appealing to a significantly wide range of readers. Arguably, the success of young adult fantasy books can be accredited to a writer’s and publisher’s ability to manufacture brands that resonate with the needs and desires of this most impressionable and diverse coming of age demographic, and it appears that what this audience wants most is to escape from reality in a big way. Further, a triple threat approach is emerging, wherein authors use a combination of unusual worlds, extreme battles, and complicated romance that crosses traditional marketing boundaries of age and sex.

The weirder the world, the better. There’s nothing like magic to instantly transport the reader out of the realm of the ordinary, and all three series make the most of drawing the reader into foreign territory from the start. The wizarding world of Harry Potter is now legendary in its appeal to readers of all ages, while the idea of vampires and werewolves living among us makes every small town a possible setting for adventure. Surviving in a dystopian society like that of The Hunger Games seems to tie in with the doomsday prepper mindset sweeping popular culture.

Everybody wants to be a hero. While a world of magic may have universal appeal, throw in an unlikely hero and the pull of the story increases exponentially. The thrill of Hogwarts is heightened when seen through the eyes of a prepubescent Harry; a vulnerable Bella Swan fending off vampires and werewolves through the power of her mind is a fascinating take on the damsel in distress motif, and Susan Collins puts a twist on the hero theme and draws in a slew of readers of both sexes by making the noble protagonist a tough minded fighter and a girl.

While J.K. Rowling holds off on the romance until later in the Harry Potter series, complicated romantic relationships figure prominently in both Twilight and The Hunger Games from the start. The love triangle is historically a staple of romance novels, but is proving to be a force to be reckoned with in modern adventure books for young adults. All three series’ present romantic relationships with a high level of complexity and progression, not as just asides to the action in an adventure novel.

There appears to be a growing movement toward writing stories that combine quests, battles and romance not as singular plot elements, but as full fledged stories within novels, something of a return to the epic sagas of the literary past.

For example, debut author C. Grant employs a vivid imagination and pretend adventures from his childhood to produce a coming of age escape novel with triple threat appeal. He fuses fantastic adventure, heroic battles, and fiery romance against the backdrop of a vast and mysterious world of staggering heights and unfathomable depths in Sons of Caasi: Battle for Time, the first book in an epic other worldly fantasy series for young adults.

“Today’s authors seem to consciously write for more than one audience at a time, and the combination of adventure, battle, and romance lends itself to reaching a broader set of readers. I also think taking a multi-audience approach deepens the story and stretches my creativity – I have to write convincingly in more than one vein to make my stories credible. It’s almost like writing three books at once.”

Ultimately, the proof is in the pudding, and from the enormous popularity and record breaking sales of the Harry Potter, Twilight and Hunger Games series’ this triple threat approach is fast becoming the new standard in Teen Fantasy Adventure.

Dissolution Apparatus and Its Use

In the Pharmaceutical world, dissolution is a profound quality control test. It is defined as the amount of solute or solid drug that is placed in a solution per unit time under standardized conditions of temperature, solvent composition and liquid or solid interface. In the dissolution testing process, solubility is the most important parameter to consider in achieving the desired effect. It is a challenge for most Scientists to develop most drugs due to their low aqueous solubility.

A drug needs to be in a solution state to be absorbed in the site of absorption. Hence Scientists have come up with different methods of increasing solubility of drugs, that range from modification of the drugs particle size and crystal formation to use of surfactant. The final drug product is a solution made up of purified water, co-solvents, surface-active agents, preservatives, sweeteners such as glucose and saccharin, viscosity modifiers, anti-oxidants, colors, flavors and buffers to regulate pH levels. It is therefore essential to ensure one has the proper equipment at hand.

The whole process requires a variety of apparatus to ensure a high quality product. The following is an outlined list of apparatus used in dissolution testing as per the guidelines of the United States Pharmacopeia:

a) Rotating Basket: This has a retaining capacity of about 500 to 4000 ml. It has 50 to 200 rpm and is used in the dissolution of immediate release, delayed release, chewable tablets, and delayed release suppositories, extended-release tablets and floating dosage form.

b) The Paddle: It has a rotating speed of 25 to 50 rpm and a 500 to 4000 ml capacity. It is used in the dissolution of immediate release, orally disintegrating tablets, chewable tablets, delayed and extended-release tablets and capsules as well as suspensions.

c) The Reciprocating Cylinder: It has a 6 to 35 rpm rotator speed and a 250 ml capacity. It is used for controlled release formulations, chewable tablets and for beads.

d) The Flow-Through Cell: It has a volume capacity of up to 3 liters per hour. It is used for drugs with low solubility API, for powders and granules and also for micro-particles and implants.

e) The Paddle over Disk: It has a 25 to 50 rpm rotator speed. It has a volume capacity of 500 to 4000 ml and is used for transdermal patches, for ointments, floaters and emulsions.

f) The Rotating Cylinder: It has a 25 to 50 rpm rotator speed. It has a 500 to 4000 ml volume capacity and is used for transdermal patches.

g) The Reciprocating Holder: It has a 30 rpm rotator speed and its medium volume capacity is variable. It is used for controlled release formulations, for pH profile and for small volumes.

Gravitational Waves and Life Force, Extension of Study of Sound and Light Waves

Dr T.S. Shankara, In his research paper on Space, Time and causality derives that it is possible to ‘hear’ air when one travels with a speed higher than that of Sound in the medium AIR.

Likewise one can “see’ ether when it moves with a speed more than that of LIGHT.

The purpose of this article is to extend the theory further to derive that when one moves with a speed more than that of a GRAVITATIONAL wave, one can feel the movement of LIFE FORCE.

Hence this article consists of three aspects as follows:

1. How AIR can be ‘heard’ when one travels with a speed higher than Sound,

2. How ETHER Can be ‘seen’ when one travels with a speed higher than that of LIGHT and

3. How LIFE FORCE can be ‘felt’ when one travels with a speed higher than that of Gravitational waves.

1. Hearing the AIR.:

By making use of Sound signals as means of communication, it is not possible to perceive static air. When a body is made to move with a speed higher than that of sound signals, as it moves, it generates changes in the pressure, volume and temperature of the surrounding air. The speed of such changes depends on the speed of sound. Since the body (under consideration) is moving in a higher speed, the sound signals can not cope up with that increased speed, the changes are confined only to a limited region and beyond that region there is no change in volume etc. Thus the air which is homogeneously spread over in the beginning now develops a division characterised by such differences in pressure, volume and temperature and such changes move like ripples which are perceived as sound signals. Hence an observer will be able to hear such ripples which follow the original signals. Hence one can infer the existence of AIR by means of those sound signals under the above circumstances.

2. Seeing the Ether:

Using Light alone we cannot demonstrate locally the existence of ether as the negative result of Michelson experiment indicates. It is possible to search for an inferential evidence of Ether by causing transformations in it, which are perceptible to the eyes. Such a transformation is brought about when a body travels with a speed greater than speed of light.

“Just as it is possible to ‘hear’ air when a body moves in it with a speed greater than sound, it will also be possible to ‘see’ ether by recognising the transformations brought about in it”- Dr T.S. Shankara.

Such a motion generates changes in the electro magnetic variables of the all-pervading ether. Since they are faster than light signals, the signals cannot cope with the speed of the changes. This generates a division in ether which is cognisable to the light signal unlike ether itself. It is very much similar to the situation whence light signal recognising the curvature of space in the neighbourhood of Sun, for which experimental proof is available, whereas unable to recognise space locally.

The question whether speed of light can be exceeded arises as a natural corollary. Dr T.S. Shankara argues that there cannot be any reason why there should not be any such speeds. He suggests that all the needless hypothesis about the limitation of speed may be rejected. It is also not correct to assume that relativity theory does not permit such higher speeds.

3. Feeling the LIFE FORCE:

Thus, in the earlier paragraphs we came to know that ‘air is heard when moving more than the speed of sound’ and ‘ether can be seen when moving more than the velocity of light’. A very complicated theory was presented in a language as simple as possible.

Now as the third step, we shall see how we can feel the life force.

The first thing which one should know is that when physical body faithfully obeys gravitation, LIFE force negates gravitation. This is the basic foundation of this article. The basis of the above proposition is very clear. A human life, from the time it is born follows gravitational rules scrupulously. The growing child gradually learns to sit, stand, walk and run and all these activities are subject to gravitation. No doubt, his weight has a direct bearing to gravitation. Even minute parts like hair obey only gravitation rules that it falls to the ground when detached from the head. Life’s interaction with Gravitation comes to an end when the dead body merges with the Earth finally. In death also we can see that physical body faithfully obeys the gravitational rules by falling to the ground and the life loses its battle.

Life, all along its tenure, negates gravitational force for its survival. In fact, it will not be exaggeration if it is said “Life is the negating force of gravitational force”. While physical body faithfully obeys the gravitational force, life powerfully negates it.

On the basis of above hypothesis, we shall see how life forces can be felt as in the case of ether (seen) or Air (heard).

Let us see the following chart.

For Sound, the medium air can be heard when speed of sound is exceeded,
For Light, the medium Ether can be seen when speed of light is exceeded.
By extending the same logic, we can conclude that
For Life force the gravitational waves can be felt when its speed is exceeded.

Then the interesting question “What is the speed of Gravitational waves?” arises. At present, scientists have concluded that Gravitational waves moves with velocity of light. In future, there may some theories to break this and prove that they move with a velocity higher than that of light. For us, at present the velocity of gravitational waves will be mentioned only with that nomenclature.

How was it derived that the Life force is felt when it is exceeded. Let us consider the beneficiary in each case:

Hearing sensation is the beneficiary in case of sound waves,
Eyesight is the beneficiary through Light waves and
ENTIRE BODY is the beneficiary in case of Gravitational waves.

We have seen the effect of first two in the earlier paragraphs. we shall proceed with the third as follows:

Since life is the negating force of gravitation, when the whole body moves with speed above that of gravitation, the body loses its weight totally and becomes energy as per relativity and at the speed higher than that, it creates changes in the gravitational field.and it will be possible to see the transformations it brings about. Since this is for the whole body, it is not only ‘seeing’, but ‘feeling’ by all the senses (which includes ‘seeing’ and ‘hearing’ as above.)

Here again the interesting question whether speed of gravitational waves can be exceeded and the answer is given in earlier paragraphs that there need not be any such limitation to light or gravitation. One future day, man may be subjected to a wave which may exceed the velocity of gravitational wave.