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Methodological frame of the field

Author: Manu
Publisher: Hyderabad, Patna, New Delhi : New age Books, 2005.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st international ed

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Document Type: Book
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OCLC Number: 69984201
Description: 324 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
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excellent work by author

by mrigendra (WorldCat user published 2009-03-18) Excellent Permalink

All i can say is that the third chapter shows the influential work,it will certainly lead to further development in many branches of mahematics.

important contribution to superstring theory.

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Unified Field Theory

by Anust (WorldCat user published 2019-11-07) Excellent Permalink

Multiverse and the Unified field theory as proposed in the book in 1987 appears prophetic. Circulated in 2005, doubly neutral scalar with Higgs Bosons( Plural) as predicted. Lifting the base topology and super positioning and double statistics of Einstein Bose as well as Fermi Dirac used as best fit...
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A Tour de Force! New Perspectives on the Fundamentals!

by rishabh_jha123 (WorldCat user published 2017-07-09) Excellent Permalink
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The fields of pure Mathematics and theoretical Physics have been intellectually difficult fields. There have been times when certain approaches...
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Beyond Star-Trek

by JacobBirch (WorldCat user published 2009-05-11) Excellent Permalink

When this book reached NASA not many took it seriously. Three years down the line even NASA Glenn research center accepts that by manupulating space-time around a mass can create a situation where we can expand the fabric of space behind a mass point into a bubble and shrinking space-time in...
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methametical physics

by Tathagat (WorldCat user published 2009-05-01) Excellent Permalink

The book begins with the fundamentals and takes you to the highest plains of modern nuclear physics.

It is a must read for pro physicist.  We all remember the controversy around the CERN project in Switzerland fuelled by this book. This made it a front runner in the highly specialised...
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