Microchip Mathematics: Number Theory for Computer Users
In the Autumn of 1983, in the face of the phenomenal growth of home computer sales in the U.K., the national British newspaper The Guardian decided to produce, each week, a 'Computer Page'. Noone was quite sure exactly what should go into the page on a regular basis, but it was thought that a fortnightly column on computer mathematics...
Instant Pain Control: Using the Body's Trigger Points
The framework of the human body is held together by a substance
known as fascia. This is a connective tissue which envelops the
muscles, nerves and blood vessels and which gives cohesion and
order to the myriad components of the body, It allows movement
between adjacent structures and reduces the effects of pressure
and... Body language: How to read others’ thoughts by their gestures When I first heard about ‘body language’ at a seminar in 1971, I became so excited about it that I wanted to learn more. The speaker told us about some of the research done by Professor Ray Birdwhistell at the University of Louisville, which had shown that more human communication took place by the use of gestures, postures, position...
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