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Essay about the essence of time, and the way humans cope with the ensuing problem by opting for a linguistic solution. Read More

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This is my entirely subjective, biased, badly written, overly long and complicated review of the video game Airships: Conquer the Skies. Read More

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August 16, 2018

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The purpose of this literature review is to highlight the recent articles and findings pertaining to the implementation of assistive technology in the school setting, while focusing specifically on how this technology can be used as a beneficial tool for students diagnosed with mood and anxiety disorders. Read More
This is my dissertation that I wrote in my final year at the University of York. I received a second class (division one) classification for this dissertation. The images, appendices and other visuals may not be visible in Booksie due to copy & paste errors but if you want to… Read More

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These are my 3am thoughts Read More

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Using Open Source Intelligence to research ancestry yields some fascinating results and new connections with the past. Read More

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An open letter to new moms exploring the lesser known side of becoming a mother, the dark and sometimes frightening postpartum depression. Read More

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Many years ago, before most of us were born, Dr. Ernest Sternglass (1923 --- 2015; Cornell University, B.S. 1944, M.S. 1951, Ph.D. 1953), demonstrated the possibility that the humble pi-meson might be composed of nothing but an electron-positron pair [ep-pair], in which the two little rascals (electron & positron) rotate… Read More

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‘Anchoritism- Is the term ‘living death’ an accurate description of the life of an anchorite/ess? Why/why not?’ (This is an essay I wrote for university a couple of years ago) Read More

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August 04, 2018

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According to Sternglass’s "electron-positron pair model of matter," a cosmological system is an object which is totally electronic in nature, like an electromagnetic field: though one can measure its mass/energy content by the effects which it produces on other objects, there is no "ponderable matter" (Einstein's words) inside it. Sternglass… Read More

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It's true. Read More
Following Dr. Ernest Sternglass [Refs. 1 + 2], one can visualize the proton as composed of four electron-positron pairs [ep-pairs] and an unpaired positron at the center. Using this model, and Sternglass's "semi-classical" math approach, one can calculate a theoretical numeric value which agrees closely with the results of experiments… Read More

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