Originally posted by network dude
reply to post by nii900
so on a molecular level, the nano tubes have more, or less headroom?
At what frequency are they excited?
(the above is about I am getting your point) Sorry.
idunno, .....sory you
could there be the math like calculei??
Microprosopus (Latin) [from Greek mikros small + prosopon face] Qabbalistic rendition of the Chaldean phrase Ze`eyr 'Anpin (Short Face), which
designates the nine smaller Sephiroth, in contradistinction from the Macroprosopus (Long Face). Microprosopus or the nine Sephiroth are the manifested
universe or Third Logos unfolded in manifestation; whereas Macroprosopus (the Crown or Kether), the first and highest of the Sephiroth, is the First
and Second Logoi considered as a unit, the purely spiritual universe and its roots. Hence the Microprosopus is the Logos manifested, and of such logoi
there are many in boundless space. Naturally each such universe has its own Macroprosopus, www.theosociety.org...
Crown, or Kether, all these universes being united by their divine-spiritual roots in the Boundless.
 Method of bisecting intervals
...It is recommended to keep at least one extra digit beyond the desired accuracy of the xn being calculated to minimize round off error.
Pocket calculators typically implement good routines to compute the exponential function and the natural logarithm, and then compute the square root
of S using the identity
The same identity is used when computing square roots with logarithm tables or slide rules.
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In mathematics, a Taylor series is a representation of a function as an infinite sum of terms that are calculated from the values of the function's
derivatives at a single point.
"Series expansion" redirects here. For other notions of the term, see series (mathematics).
Digital Sanskrit Lexicon: Search Results
1 caJcusUcika m. `" using the beak as a needle "' , the tailor-bird (Sylvia sutoria) L.
2 saucika m. (fr. %[sUci]) one who lives by his needle , a tailor
(in the caste system he is the son of a S3aund2ika and a Kaivarti1) Kull. on
Mn. iv , 214.
3 sUcika m. one who lives by his needle , a tailor &c. (cf. %[saucika]) VarBr2S. ; (%[A]) f. see next.
4 sUtrabhid m. `" thread-cutter "' , a tailor L.
5 tunnavAya m. a tailor Mn. iv , 214 Ya1jn5. i , 163 R.
6 vastrabhedaka or m. a clñclothes-cutter , tailor W.
7 vastrabhedin m. a clñclothes-cutter , tailor W.
शुक्र zukra adj. lucid edit
शुक्र zukra m. name of the vyAhRtis edit
शुक्र zukra m. planet Venus or its regent edit
Shukra is etymologically identical with shukla "white". As a noun, it is also the name of a Marutvat, of a son of Vasishtha, of the third Manu, of one
of the saptarshi under Manu Bhautya, of a son of Bhava, of a son of Havirdhana.
Ushanas is also the name of the author of a Dharmashastra.
 Guru Shukracharya en.wikipedia.org...
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For the body of light in the Tibetan Dzogchen tradition, see Rainbow body.
The subtle body in Indian mysticism, from a Yoga manuscript in Braj Bhasa language, 1899, now in the British Library.
A subtle body is one of a series of psycho-spiritual constituents of living beings, according to various esoteric, occult, and mystical teachings.
Each subtle body corresponds to a subtle plane of existence, in a hierarchy or great chain of being that culminates in the physical form.
It is known in different spiritual traditions; "the most sacred body" (wujud al-aqdas) and "supracelestial body" (jism asli haqiqi) in Sufism, "the
diamond body" in Taoism and Vajrayana, "the light body" or "rainbow body" in Tibetan Buddhism, "the body of bliss" in Kriya Yoga, and "the immortal
body" (soma athanaton) in Hermeticism. The various attributes of the subtle body are frequently described in terms of often obscure symbolism:
Tantra features references to the sun and moon as well as various Indian rivers and deities, while Taoist alchemy speaks of cauldrons and cinnabar
Clairvoyants sometimes say that they can see the subtle bodies as an aura. The practice of astral projection, as described in various literature, is
supposed to involve the separation of the subtle body from the physical. The theosophical movement was important in spreading such ideas throughout
the West in the late 19th century. The existence of subtle bodies is unconfirmed by the mainstream scientific community.
Vedanta (the five Koshas)
The subtle body (Sukshma sarira or Sukshma sharira) in Vedantic philosophy is composed of five Kosas or "sheaths". The subtle body is the vehicle of
consciousness with which one passes from life to life. The Liṅga Śarīra is the vehicle of consciousness in later Samkhya, Vedanta, and Yoga , and
is propelled by past-life tendencies, or bhavas. Linga can be translated as "characteristic mark" or "impermanence" and the term Sarira as "form"
or "mold". Karana or "instrument" is a synonymous term. In the Classical Samkhya system of Isvarakrsna (ca. 4th century CE), the Lińga is the
characteristic mark of the transmigrating entity. It consists of twenty-five tattvas from eternal consciousness down to the five organs of sense, five
of activity (buddindriya or jñānendriya, and karmendriya respectively) and the five subtle elements that are the objects of sense (tanmatras) The
"The subtle body (linga), previously arisen, unconfined, constant, inclusive of the great one (mahat) etc , through the subtle elements, not having
enjoyment, transmigrates, (because of) being endowed with bhavas ("conditions" or "dispositions") As a picture (does) not (exist) without a support,
or as a shadow (does) not (exist) without a post and so forth; so too the instrument (linga or karana) does not exist without that which is specific
(i.e. a subtle body)."
The idea was adopted by Vedanta and Yoga philosophy, and from there, in the 19th century, the terminology was adopted by the Theosophy of Madame
Blavatsky. Subtility-The State Of Being Subtile To Will
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