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Physics is a huge subject that covers many different topics going from galaxies in the depths of space right down to subatomic particles. And if you don’t already know physics it’s difficult sometimes to see how all these different subjects are related to each other. In this article, we are going to show that in … Map of Physics Read...

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What Space foods do Astronauts eat in Space_

Astronaut’s Space food

If you have ever thought that astronauts only eat dry and frozen foods, you are mistaken. These types of space foods are no longer served in space. Space food has evolved rapidly throughout the fifty-year history of human astronautics and has become more and more like the ordinary food you eat. It may not be … Astronaut’s Space food Read...

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Quakers Beliefs - Religious society of friends

Quakers Beliefs – Religious society of friends

The Religious Society of Friends, (in short “Friends”), is a way of life rather than a particular religion. George Fox seventeenth-century England founded them as an alternative to the Christian religions. Fox did not find answers to his questions in any of the churches and started searching for his own. Pursuing Peter’s teaching, Fox advocated … Quakers Beliefs – Religious...

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Why was Pluto removed from the list of Plantes after 70 years

Reason for removing Pluto from the list of planets after 70 years

All the controversy ended and all the wars and quarrels between astronomers over whether or not a number of Kuiper belt objects were planets were over. Pluto was removed from the list of planets by a new criterion presented at the meeting of the International Astronomical Society. Pluto is a distant object that has been … Reason for removing Pluto...

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5 Levels of Maslow’s Hierarchy Of Needs Theory- Pyramid, Self Actualization & Humanistic Psychology

Contents1 What is maslow’s hierarchy of needs theory?2 Biography of Abraham Maslow2.1 Abraham Maslow theory2.1.1 Humanists beliefs2.2 MASLOW’S PYRAMID2.3 Theory of Motivation examples2.3.1 1. Physiological Needs2.3.2 2. Safety Needs2.3.3 3. Love/Belonging Needs2.3.4 4. Esteem Needs2.3.5 5. Self Actualization Needs2.4 Self-Actualization explained2.5 Self-Actualization definition2.5.1 So does that tie into personality?2.5.1.0.1 Transcend: The New Science of Self-Actualization … 5 Levels of Maslow’s...

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Gravitational waves from merging neutron stars

Gravitational waves from merging neutron stars

About 130 million years ago, in a galaxy far, far away, emitting gravitational waves, two neutron stars collided. LIGO employees have been waiting for such an event since the launch of an improved version of the interferometer in 2015. A hundred years later, after Einstein suggested the existence of gravitational waves, we saw them, traced … Gravitational waves from merging...

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digital therapeutics today- Role, Market and Examples

Digital therapeutics today- Role, Market and Examples

Digital therapeutics imрrоving оur mediсine оr reрlасing it? Whаt if а рill соuld be substituted by аn арр оr deviсe…? This mаy sоund like а futuristiс tорiс, but it’s асtuаlly а very reаl орtiоn. The mаin sоlutiоn tо imрrоving drug dоsing соuld be digital therapeutics. Аnd nоt аt аll tо tаke drugs! А mоdern саtegоry … Digital therapeutics today- Role,...

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Space time and string theory

Space time and string theory

Find out how and why string theory modifies the spacetime equations of Einstein.  If string theory is a theory of gravity, then what is the relationship between strings, gravitons and spacetime geometry? Contents1 Strings and gravitons2 Strings and spacetime geometry3 What about strings and black holes?4 Is spacetime fundamental? Strings and gravitons    The simplest case … Space time and string...

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Tornado, Hurricane, and High Wind Disasters

Tornado, Hurricane, and High Wind Disasters- Survival tips

A high wind in itself is not the danger, it is the fact that it blows debris around, shreds buildings and sends heavy objects to become heavy missiles is where the danger lies. These storm systems are usually accompanied by heavy rain, hail, and thunderstorms. Before these things occur, have a plan for survival. Watch: … Tornado, Hurricane, and High...

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Supersymmetric standard model

Supersymmetric standard model

Here’s a nice loophole: not all of the predictions from string theory take place at the unreachable Planck scale. Supersymmetry could give us a window on the Planck scale using currently available technology. One troubling aspect of spontaneously broken gauge field theories based on the Higgs mechanism of giving mass to gauge bosons is that … Supersymmetric standard model Read...

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Special Relativity Einstein's special theory of relativity

Special theory of relativity

The Special theory of Relativity (shortly, Special or Restricted Relativity, RE), first published by Albert Einstein in 1905, describes the physics of motion in the absence of gravitational fields. Before it, most physicists believed that Isaac Newton’s classical mechanics, based on the so-called relativity of Galileo (origin of the mathematical equations known as Galileo transformations), … Special theory of relativity...

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What came before the Bigbang?

What came before the Big bang?

There’s a lot of compelling evidence for the Big Bang, but what preceded it? The most accepted model is called Inflation, but it’s not the kind of inflation that Alan Greenspan needs to fear.  Physicists define the boundaries of physics by trying to describe them theoretically and then testing that description against observation. Our observed … What came before the...

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Large Hadron Collider- LHC detectors in cern

Large Hadron Collider-LHC detectors

In giant detectors that are capable of reconstructing what happened during collisions, and all this in a very high collision rate environment, the events (an event is a collision with all of its resulting particles) are studied. They can be compared to extremely large three-dimensional digital cameras that can take 40 million “sequences” per second … Large Hadron Collider-LHC detectors...

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LHC and other particle accelerator

LHC and other particle accelerators

The great challenges of today’s science require infrastructures and monstrous investments, among which are the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) – the particle accelerator that started on 10 Sept 2008, the most powerful in the world -, the Pierre Auger Observatory – the largest cosmic ray detector of the moment-, the Cassini Huygens probe – the … LHC and other particle...

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What is Physics? Overview, Definitions & terminologies

What is Physics? Overview, Definitions & terminologies

Before we know Physics let’s take a quick overview of Science. Contents1 Science Definition2 Quantum Physics definition3 Classical Physics Definition4 Fermions and Bosons4.1 What is the difference between bosons and fermions? Science Definition The Study of Nature is called Science Science, as currently defined, proposes critical knowledge and tries to describe reality and explain it by means … What is Physics? Overview,...

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3 Ways for Lie Detection

Contents1 Define Deception2 Human lie detection and body language2.1 Lie detection psychology2.1.1 How to detect a lie?3 NOTE Define Deception It is an act to trick someone to hide the truth by making a false statement or lying which causes false belief. Human lie detection and body language Lie detection is a useful skill to … 3 Ways for Lie...

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Galileo Galilei- Biography, Facts & Discoveries telescope

Galileo Galilei- Biography, Facts, Discoveries & Telescopes

Galileo Galilei was born in Pisa on February 15, 1564. The little that, through some letters, is known of his mother, Giulia Ammannati di Pescia, does not make her an overly flattering figure. His father, Vincenzo Galilei, was a Florentine and came from a family that had long been illustrious; A musician by vocation, economic … Galileo Galilei- Biography, Facts,...

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Astronauts Health Effects of Space Travel

Astronauts Health Effects of Space Travel

Space travel looks fascinating however, it affects the health of a person or Astronauts both Mentally and Physically. Let’s look at some of the Major Health problems in Space Contents1 Cardiovascular Deconditioning2 Balance Disorders3 Weakening Of Bones4 Muscles5 Sleep Disturbances6 Depressed Immune Responses Cardiovascular Deconditioning Microgravity exposure degrades the cardiovascular system’s general condition (heart and … Astronauts Health Effects of...

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Protecting Yourself From Bullies

Protecting Yourself From Bullying

It is not easy being a kid, especially in the Junior High ages where kids can be awfully cruel to others in an attempt to hide their own insecurities. When you are the target of a bully, life can be hell. Bullies are not just confined to the schoolyard. Even adults have to deal with … Protecting Yourself From Bullying...

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How Did Buddhism Develop And Belief? Eightfold path of Buddha

Buddhism Belief? Eightfold path of Buddha

Buddhism, Hinduism, Shintoism, and a few other spiritual thoughts originated out of Asia and the Middle East and some are older than the Hebrew, Christian and Islamic faiths. Many of these paths are misunderstood by mainstream believers but should be understood as there is a growing appreciation developing around the world, especially in the Western … Buddhism Belief? Eightfold path...

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What is the structure of the Universe?- spacetime geometry

What is the structure of the Universe? Geometry of spacetime

The Einstein equation predicts several possible ways for the Universe to evolve in time and space. What are these predictions, and how do they equate themselves to observation? COSMOS AND UNIVERSES: The Final Theory of the Cosmos and the Universes Buy on Amazon- https://amzn.to/2YifyUi Go to Amazon The starting point of a theoretical exploration of cosmology is the Einstein … What is the structure...

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classical physics vs quantum

Classical Physics vs Quantum Physics- The major Difference

Contents1 What is the difference between classical physics and quantum physics?1.1 Drawbacks of Classical Physics Theory2 Particle Physics2.1 History3 Quantum Uncertainty What is the difference between classical physics and quantum physics? Physics that studies and explains the phenomena that occur in the domain of atoms, their nuclei, and elementary particles are called quantum; and the … Classical Physics vs Quantum...

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Lorentz Transformation Equation & Derivation

Lorentz Transformation Equation & Derivation

Lorentz transformations, within the theory of special relativity, are a set of relationships that account for how the measurements of a physical magnitude obtained by two different observers are related. These relationships established the mathematical basis for Einstein’s theory of special relativity since the Lorentz transformations specify the type of space-time geometry required by Einstein’s … Lorentz Transformation Equation &...

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Cyclic Model of Universe

Reasons why Big Bang theory is wrong Cyclic Model of Universe proves Big bang theory wrong. Let’s take a theoretical block of the Cosmos that contains 100 billion light-years of space. In the middle of that giant block of the cosmos, we will put Edwin Hubble and his telescope. When Hubble looks in both directions … Cyclic Model of Universe...

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Why Strings theory

Why String theory?

Once special relativity was on the firm observational and theoretical footing, it was appreciated that the Schrödinger equation of quantum mechanics was not Lorentz invariant, therefore quantum mechanics as it was so successfully developed in the 1920s was not a reliable description of nature when the system contained particles that would move at or near … Why String theory? Read...

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Amazing facts about all 8 Planets

Facts about all 8 Planets

Our solar system consists of the sun and all of its orbiting objects. Orbiting objects include: the planets and their orbiting moons and rings; asteroids, comets, meteors and meteorites; particles of dust and debris. The sun, which keeps all the other objects in orbit with its immense gravitational pull, accounts for 99.8 percent of the … Facts about all 8...

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“The Demon-Haunted World: Science as a Candle in the Darkness “, book by Carl Sagan

This is the last book of the famous popularizer of science, astronomer and astrophysicist Carl Sagan, which was published after his death. In it, the scientist considered the issues related to various pseudo-scientific theories and popular misconceptions among the commoners. The book consistently and vividly exposes myths about Atlantis and Lemuria, clarity and various manifestations … “The Demon-Haunted World: Science...

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How many String theories are there?

How many String theories are there?

The bosonic string world sheet action for a string propagating in flat 26-dimensional spacetime with coordinates Xm(s,t) can give rise to four different quantum mechanically consistent string theories, depending on the choice of boundary conditions used to solve the equations of motion. The choices are divided into two categories: A. Are the strings open (with … How many String theories...

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Making of a Healthy Brain

Making of a Healthy Brain

The brain is a mysterious, marvelous organ and extremely complex. Everyone’s brain has billions of neurons that are continuously sending signals to each other permitting us to experience sensations and emotions, to sleep, to recall memories, to focus on important meetings or exams, and also permits us to just relax.  Our brain is the source of everything that occurs in your … Making of a Healthy...

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The effect of solar radiation on astronaut's skeletons

The effect of solar radiation on astronaut’s skeletons

The skeleton is one of the most important human systems that maintains the standing position of the body against the force of gravity. The human skeleton naturally develops in the gravitational field of an earth, and its bony structure is designed to withstand the forces acting on it. The outer layer of bone is called … The effect of solar...

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Animals in Space

Animals in Space

Before addressing the history and philosophy of animal travel in space, we have to go a little back to the age of space and when humankind had not yet fulfilled its ambition to fly. Curiosity is part of the unchangeable nature of humankind placed in it as a gift. This is why human beings are … Animals in Space Read...

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Searching Extraterrestrial Creatures

Searching Extraterrestrial Creatures

Frank Derekis director of the Carl Sagan Center at SETI Institute, located in California, USA, where he was the founder of the Esma project, in which they listened to two stars, Tau Ceti and Epsilon Eridani, following radio waves emitted from extraterrestrial intelligent organisms. The two stars are approximately 12 light-years from Earth and are approximately the same … Searching Extraterrestrial Creatures Read...

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Mining in the Solar System

Mining in the Solar System

Contents1 Wandering mines2 Who owns the space3 The value of mining in asteroids Wandering mines All the rock objects in the solar system are made up of a single rotating mass belonging to when the sun was a baby star. Mercury, Venus, Mars, and asteroids orbiting Mars and Jupiter all have the same origin, so … Mining in the Solar...

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Einstien’s theory of relativity explained

There are certain aspects of science that simply cannot be denied, no matter how much some people might try to deny them. For example, there are some people today that deny the fact that the earth is round.  Today, we’re going to take a look at the simplified version of the theory of relativity, a … Einstien’s theory of relativity...

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How Old is the Universe?

How Old is the Universe? (All Calculations so far)

A Bible-based assumption of a few thousand years was made by Isaac Newton. Einstein believed in a World that was steady-state, ageless. Since then, somewhere in the centre, data obtained from the Universe places the probable response. Contents0.1 First Ingredient: Quantum mechanics0.2 Second ingredient: relativity1 Conclusion: the Universe is expanding2 How old? First Ingredient: Quantum … How Old is the...

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What is Antimatter?

This baryonic matter that is so well known to us, at its most basic scale, is composed of quarks and usually accompanied by leptons. Leptons (such as electrons or neutrino) are subatomic particles that are subject to electromagnetism, gravity, and weak interaction, but not strong interaction (which is the strongest force in the universe, laying … What is Antimatter? Read...

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Reality and imagination quote

It is difficult to say what is real and what is imaginary, what is a new discovery vs vivid illusion. Ideas, concepts, inventions, predictions, foretelling of the future, extrasensory perceptions, parapsychology and such things, all involve vivid imaginative or a mindset free to roam and accept what things arrive within it, rather than putting them … Reality and imagination quote...

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Third Law of Thermodynamics- Absolute zero, Cryogenics, Adiabatic Demagnetization

In this article we will be talking about third law of Thermodynamics: Absolute zero, Cryogenics, Adiabatic demagnetization. Change of properties. Applications. Microscopic foundations of thermodynamics. The second principle suggests that an absolute temperature scale with absolute temperature zero occurs. The Third Law of Thermodynamics states that no procedure consisting of a finite number of steps can reach absolute … Third Law of Thermodynamics-...

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Volcanoes Survival Guide

Volcanoes: Survival Guide

Volcanoes can throw a hot rock over 20 miles. Residue from the volcano can spread over 100 miles. If you live near a volcano, even if it is inactive, prepare to leave at a moment’s notice if the volcano is going to erupt. Just because there are a lot of rumbling and false alarms in … Volcanoes: Survival Guide Read...

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Avalanche: Survival Guide

Avalanche: Survival Guide

If you are on a ski resort or mountainous or hilly area, you can face a potential hazard if it snows or rains. In the case of rain-induced mudslides, consult the recommendations under floods, but also keep in mind tips with a snow induced avalanche. Most of the time there will be a warning posted … Avalanche: Survival Guide Read...

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Hazardous Chemical Accidents

Hazardous Chemical Accidents

If you live near a chemical plant, highway, or train, you are in danger of a potential chemical accident involving either a solvent type substance, gaseous and vaporous, oily and all possibly highly flammable. If you live in any of these areas, it could happen although the incidents are rare. You should have a plan … Hazardous Chemical Accidents Read...

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All about Egypt

The Arab Republic of Egypt, commonly known as Egypt is located primarily in North-Eastern Africa.  It covers an area of about 1,020,000 square kilometers and includes the Sinai Peninsula, but the majority of the country is located in North Africa. It shares land boundaries to the west with Libya, to the south with Israel on … All about Egypt Read...

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What is Real? Quantum physics and Reality

What is Real? Quantum physics and Reality

Contents0.1 Is reality an Illusion?0.2 Quantum reality theory1 According to Louis de Broglie:  Is reality an Illusion? Quantum theory can only be expressed in mathematical terms and describes matter as an abstraction. In this sense, matter does not inhabit a specific space or time; it is prevalent throughout the Universe and in a constant discontinuous, … What is Real? Quantum...

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Interesting facts about the Sun

Interesting facts about the Sun

Fast Facts Approximate distance from the Earth to Sun = 93 million miles (149 million km) Distance from the centre of the Milky Way Galaxy = 30,000 light-years Main components = hydrogen and helium Period of rotation = 25.4 days Equatorial diameter = 1.4 million km or 865,000 miles Relative size to Earth = 109 … Interesting facts about the...

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gravity waves

Gravity Waves

WASHINGTON, U.S. and European scientists are teaming up to study one of the universe’s most elusive secrets — mysterious “gravity waves” that result when enormous objects collide in space. What they learn could shed new light on an old concept, that collisions between galaxies or stars create waves of gravity just as explosions produce bursts … Gravity Waves Read More...

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The Power of Thoughts

Mind power is one of the most influential and most useful powers a person possesses. This power consists of our thoughts. The thoughts that pass through our mind are responsible for everything that happens in our

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Kepler's Laws on the Movement of the Planets

Kepler’s Laws on the Movement of the Planets

Astronomy was of interest to Kepler from an early age, but smallpox transferred in childhood hit the future scientist’s eyes hard and seriously limited him in his ability to independently conduct observations. However, interest in science has not been lost. While studying at the university in Tübingen, Kepler got acquainted with the heliocentric system of … Kepler’s Laws on the...

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Matter and energy

Matter and Energy

Everything in this universe is manifested to our eyes and instruments in two well-known forms: matter and energy. This simple fact, which is true to how far we have come to observe – and at this point, we have come to observe very far – has given rise to numerous scientific, philosophical and even theological … Matter and Energy Read...

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Measuring the radius of the Earth

Measuring the radius of the Earth

In ancient times, people imagined our planet in different ways: the inhabitants of Babylon believed that they lived on one of the slopes of the “world” mountain surrounded by the sea; in India, the Earth was considered a hemisphere that rests on the backs of elephants; the ancient Egyptians saw the world as a valley … Measuring the radius of...

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Surely You're Joking, Mr. Feynman! book by bill gates

Surely You’re Joking, Mr. Feynman!

This book is not about science, but about a scientist – a Nobel laureate, a famous American physicist and a talented teacher. The collection of autobiographical stories was first published in 1985 by WW Norton, edited by Ralph Leighton, and quickly became a bestseller with a warm welcome from critics. The book was published in … Surely You’re Joking, Mr....

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Theory of Learning

Theory of Learning

Learning is not a strange term or word in human life daily because this word is famous and well – known as the part of studying as if every person suddenly knew well about the meaning of learning. Meanwhile, if it is asked to ourselves, then a question would appear about what is the meaning … Theory of Learning Read...

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Universe Cycle

Facts of Universe Cycle/Oscillating Model

Cyclic Universe Theory The Universe functions as a cycle. We can first look at how physics equations actually operate to better understand the Universe Cycle. The three factors that go into the equation are there. Balance- There needs to be balance. Equation should have a balance or equality on both sides. The difference- There must be opposites between the two sides of the equation. That … Facts of Universe Cycle/Oscillating...

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The Power of the subconscious mind

The Power of the subconscious mind

What is the Subconscious mind?How powerful is the subconscious mind? How to access your subconscious mind power? How to use the power of the subconscious mind? The Subconscious mind power Contents1 Define Subconscious Mind1.1 Subconscious mind power2 Subconscious and Conscious mind3 Thinking Subconsciously4 Automaticity of Subconscious mind4.1 Autopilot mode4.2 Working Process4.3 Subconscious Auto Questioning4.3.1 Auto … The Power of the...

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