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  1. A Simple Yet Complete Explanation of Nuclear Magic Numbers
  2. On Measuring the Mass of a Charged Particle by the Radius of Curvature of its Path in a Magnetic Field
  3. The Closure of Alpha Module Chains
  4. Google searches on various topics in linguistics
  5. Google searches on the histories of various political leaders
  6. The Minimum Wage Rate and the Real Wage Rate
  7. The Timeline of the Political History of Vietnam
  8. A Theorem on the Second Differences of Binding Energies
  9. A Theorem on the Cross Differences of Binding Energies
  10. Google searches on topics in climatology
  11. Studies on nuclear structure
  12. The Binding Energies of Nuclei: Ostensibly and In Fact
  13. Google searches on topics in mathematics
  14. Google searches on topics in quantum and particle physics
  15. Google searches on major topcs in astronomy
  16. Google searches on major topcs in nuclear physics
  17. A General Theorem on Price Changes in an Economy of Any Market Structure
  18. Google searches on major economic theory topics
  19. Google searches on the economic histories of various countries
  20. The Economic Interdependence of Countries and Regions
  21. Google searches on the economic histories of various cities
  22. The Economic History of Saigon (a.k.a. Ho Chi Minh City)
  23. Albert Einstein's Mistake Concerning Relativistic Momentum
  24. Estimates of the Binding Energy Due to the Formation of Neutron-Neutron Spin Pairs
  25. Lagrangian Analysis and its Conservation Principles
  26. The Relationship of the Energy and Momentum of a Particle at Relativistic Speeds
  27. The Sources of the Binding Energies of Nuclei
  28. The Timeline History of the Development of Minimum Principles of Physical Dynamics
  29. An Explanation of Why in the Northern Hemisphere Cyclones (hurricanes and typhoons) Rotate Counterclockwise and Anticyclones Rotate Clockwise
  30. An Explanation for Why Elderly People Frequently Fall Down
  31. Ambiguity of Relativistic Mass
  32. The Calculus of Variations in Functionals
  33. The Conservation of Momentum and Rebounds and Reflections from Walls
  34. Estimates of Sizes of Up and Down Quarks of the Three Different Types
  35. The Derivation of the Formula for Relativistic Linear Momentum
  36. The Time-Spent Probability Distribution for a Particle Under Relativity
  37. Is There a Relativistic Equivalent of Schrodinger's Equation?
  38. Studies Concerning the Nature and Structure of Quarks in Nucleons
  39. Spin and Size Characteristics of Quarks and Nucleons
  40. Comparison of Alternative Quarkic Structures of Nucleonsi>
  41. The Magnetic Moment Due to a Current Flowing in a Ring Revolving About a Distant Point
  42. The Wave Function from Schrodinger Equation and the Time-Spent Probability Density Function
  43. The Physical Existence of Unobserved Charged Particles
  44. The Asymptotic Limits of the Spatially Averaged Probability Distributions from the Solution to the Time-Independent Schroedinger Equation are Equal to the Time-Spent Probability Distribution from Classical Analysis
  45. The Effect of an Increase in Mass on the Motion of Particles According to Schrödinger's Time-Independent Equation
  46. The Supposed Division of the Physical World into the Microscopic where Quantum Laws Prevail and the Macroscopic where Classical Laws Prevail
  47. A Fourier Analysis of the Generalized Helmholtz Equation
  48. The Asymptotic Limits of the Spatially Averaged Probability Distributions from the Solution to the Time-Independent Schroedinger Equation as the Mass of the Particle Increases Without Bound are Equal to the Time-Spent Probability Distribution from Classical Analysis
  49. The Asymptotic Limits of the Spatially Averaged Probability Distributions from the Solution to the Time-Independent Schroedinger Equation as Planck's Constant goes to Zero are Equal to the Time-Spent Probability Distribution from Classical Analysis
  50. Quantum Physics Reset: How the Foundation of Quantum Physics Must be Corrected
  51. The Statistical Explanation of the Incremental Binding Energies of Nuclides Due to the Formation of Proton-Protonon Spin Pairs
  52. The Statistical Explanation of the Incremental Binding Energies of Nuclides Due to the Formation of Neutron-Neutron Spin Pairs
  53. A More Elaborate Statistical Explanation of the Incremental Binding Energies of Nuclides Due to the Formation of Neutron-Neutron Spin Pairs
  54. The Statistical Explanation of the Incremental Binding Energies of Nuclides Due to the Formation of Neutron-Neutron Spin Pairs
  55. The Binding Energies due to the Formation of proton-proton Spin Pairs
  56. The Binding Energies due to the Formation of neutron-neutron Spin Pairs
  57. Comparisons of Increments in Binding Energies due to the Formation of neutron-neutron and proton-proton Spin Pairs
  58. Santa and his Wingless Flying Reindeer: Their Nature and Origin
  59. The Increment in Nuclear Binding Energy Due to the Formation of a Proton-Proton Spin Pair
  60. The Increment in Nuclear Binding Energy Due to the Formation of a Neutron-Neutron Spin Pair
  61. The Testing of the Bell Theorem as Support for the Copenhagen Interpretation
  62. Studies Concerning the Foundations of Quantum Field Theory
  63. The Asymptotic Limit of the Equation Satisfied by the Product of a Function Satisfying a Generalized Helmholtz Equation and a Function which is the Square Root of the Time-Spent Probability Density Distribution for the Physical System is Equal to the Time-Independent Schrödinger Equation for the System'
  64. The Asymptotic Limits of the Spatially Averaged Probability Distributions from the Solution to the Time-Independent Schroedinger Equation are Equal to the Time-Spent Probability Distribution from Classical Analysis
  65. Quantum Analysis in Momentum Space
  66. The Stringent Logic of Experimental Confirmation or Denial of Theories
  67. The Nature and Derivation of the Time-Energy Uncertainty Relation
  68. The Mathematical Foundations of Quantum Mechanics in a Special Hilbert Space
  69. Studies Concerned with the Asymptotic Limits to the Solutions to the Schroedinger Equations
  70. The Successive Historical Notions of the Nature of the Fundamental Bits of Matter
  71. The Copenhagen Interpretation and Why It Is Wrong
  72. The Satisfaction of the Uncertainty Principle by a Particle Moving in Potential Field
  73. The Asymptotic Limit of the Smallest Magnitude Root of a Polynomial Equation as the Constant Term Goes to Zero
  74. The Asymptotic Limits of the Roots of a Quadratic Equation as the Constant Term Goes to Zero
  75. The Satisfaction of the Uncertainty Principle by a Physical System More General than a Harmonic Oscillator
  76. An Explanation for the Plethora of Cyclones Around Jupiter's Poles
  77. Minimum Energy Nuclear Composition and Nuclear Stability : Version 2
  78. The Birth of Modern Geology
  79. The Relativistic Hamiltonian Function for a Particle in a Poteneial Field
  80. Infinitely Iterated Exponentiation of a Complex Number
  81. A Theorem Concerning Time-Spent Probability Distributions
  82. The Irrelevance of Constant Multiliers in an Equation which Determines Probability Densities
  83. The Asymptotic Limit to the Solution to Schrödinger's Equation for Two Particles Subject to an Attractive Force
  84. Quotients in Digit Sum Arithmetic for Any Base and Any Divisor
  85. Relationships Involving the "Volume" of a Region, the "Area" of its Boundary Surface, and the Average Distance from an Interior Point to that Boundary
  86. The Invalidity of the Tests of the Bell Theorem for Charged Particles
  87. Quotients in Digit Sum Arithmetic for Any Base
  88. Remainders and the Weighted Digit Sums of Numbers
  89. The Weighted Digit Sums of Multiples of Digits
  90. Magnetic Moments and the Quarkic Structure of Nucleons
  91. What Determines the Magnitude of the Binding Energy Due to Nucleonic Spin Pairing
  92. The Nature and History of Quantum Chromodynamics
  93. The Asymptotic Limit of the Probability Distribution of a Physical System Operating in a Potential Field in 2D Space
  94. Relativistic Kinetic Energy as a Function of Relativistic Momentum
  95. The Formation of Mountains Through Crust Crumpling
  96. The Time-spent Probability Distribution of a Particle Moving in a Potential Field and Satisfying Relativity
  97. The Asymptotic Limit of the Probability Distribution of a Particle Moving in a Potential Field in 3D Space
  98. The Asymptotic Limit of the Probability Distribution of a Particle Moving in a Potential Field in 2D Space
  99. The Asymptotic Limit of the Probability Distribution of a Particle Moving in a Potential Field
  100. Simple, Elegant yet Neglected Theorems Concerning Areas and Volumes That Includes Circles and Spheres as Limits
  101. The Asymptotic Limit of the Wave Function of Particle Moving in a Potential Field
  102. A Function Relevant for Quantum Theoretic Analysis
  103. The Asymptotic Limits to the Quantum Theoretic Probability Distributions for a Harmonic Oscillator
  104. The Invalidity of the Copenhagen Interpretation of Quantum Theory
  105. The Expected Value of Weighted Averages is the Expected Value of the Original Variable
  106. Manned Flight in Ancient China
  107. The Russian Capture of the World Markets for Uranium and the Construction of Nuclear Power Plants
  108. The Asymptotic Sine Integral of Functions
  109. Means and Variances of Probability Distributions, Quantum and Classical
  110. Entanglement: A Contrived Enigma
  111. Ionization Energy and Charge Shielding of Electrons in Atoms and Ions (Part IV)
  112. Ionization Energy and Charge Shielding of Electrons in Atoms and Ions (Part III)
  113. Ionization Energy, Charge Shielding and Spin Pairing of Electrons in Atoms and Ions (Part II)
  114. The Spin Pairing of Electrons
  115. Ionization Energy, Charge Shielding and Spin Pairing of Electrons in Atoms and Ions
  116. Ionization Energy and Charge Shielding of Electrons in Atoms and Ions
  117. The Cause of the Recent Collapse of the Venezuelan Economy
  118. Critical Prices for Supply and Demand Decisions by Firms Facing Fixed Prices
  119. A Social Welfare Analysis of a Market Subject to a Control Price
  120. The Nature of Charged Particles
  121. What happens to the energy of particles' fields when they annihilate?
  122. Time Spent Probability Distributions, their Variances and their Satisfaction of the Uncertainty Principle
  123. Relativistic Dynamics
  124. A Statistical Investigation of the Angular Momenta of Nuclei
  125. The Dynamics of a Particle Moving in a Spherically Symmetric Potential Field
  126. The Quantization of the Magnetic Moments and Angular Momenta of Nuclides: Part II
  127. The Quantization of the Magnetic Moments and Angular Momenta of Odd p, Even n Nuclides
  128. The Quantization of the Magnetic Moments and Angular Momenta of Even p, Odd n Nuclides
  129. The Quantization of the Magnetic Moments and Angular Momenta of Odd-Odd Nuclides
  130. The Quantization of the Magnetic Moments and Angular Momenta of Even-Even Nuclides
  131. Fourier Transforms of the Time Independent Schroedinger Equation
  132. The Quantum Theory of the Ground State Energies of Helium-Like Atoms
  133. The Noncyclic Component of Average Global Temperature
  134. The Discovery by the Indian Mathematician Brahmagupta
    that the Product Two Negative Numbers is a Positive Number
  135. The Statistical Explanation of the Masses of Nuclides
  136. Nonequilibrium Systems and Dark Matter
  137. What is the Evidence for Climate Change?
  138. Why Are There So Many More Neutrons than Protons in Heavier Nuclei?
  139. On the Conservation of Nucleonic Charge in Neutron Decay
  140. The Quantization of the Magnetic Moments and Angular Momenta of Nuclides
  141. The Magnetic Moments of Nuclides as a Function of the Number of Neutrons They Contain
  142. The Statistical Explanation of the Magnetic Moments of Nuclides
  143. The Magnetic Moments of the Odd p, Odd n Nuclides
  144. The Magnetic Moments of the Odd p, Even n Nuclides
  145. The Magnetic Moments of the Even p, Odd n Nuclides
  146. The Magnetic Moments of the Even p Even n Nuclides
  147. Some Simple Theorems Concerning Monoids
  148. The Magnetic Moments of the Odd p Even n Nuclides
  149. The Associativity of Function Composition
  150. The Magnetic Moments of the Odd p Even n Nuclides from Iodine (53) to Berkelium (97)
  151. The Magnetic Moments of the Odd-Odd Nuclides from Iodine (53) to Einsteinium (99)
  152. The Magnetic Moments of the Even p Odd n Nuclides from Tellurium (52) to Curium (96)
  153. The Magnetic Moments of the Even-Even Nuclides from Tellurium to Uranium
  154. The Correspondence Principle Reduced to a Single Parameter
  155. The Transformation of the Time Dependent Schroedinger Equation into Two Linked Equations Involving Only Real Dependent Variables
  156. The Statistical Explanation of the Magnetic Moments of Nuclides
  157. The Magnetic Moments of the Even n Odd p Nuclides from Hydrogen (1) to Antimony (51)
  158. The Magnetic Moments of the Even p Odd n Nuclides from Helium to Tin
  159. The Magnetic Moments of the Odd-Odd Nuclides from Hydrogen to Antimony
  160. The Magnetic Moments of the Even-Even Nuclides from Helium to Tin
  161. The Physical Impossibilities of Point Particles
  162. The Spin of a Proton and its Relationship to the Spins of its Component Quarks
  163. The Profile of Magnetic Dipole Moments of the Nuclides of the Same Proton Number as a Function of their Neutron Number
  164. Why Accelerating or Decelerating Charged Particles Do Not Emit Electromagnetic Radiation
  165. The Magnetic Dipole Moments of the Nuclides from Nitrogen through Silicon and their Implications Concerning Nuclear Rotations
  166. The Spin of a Proton
  167. The Reinterpretation of the Experimental Evidence Which Supposedly Supports the Copenhagen Interpretation of Quantum Theory
  168. The Quantum Constant Associated with Nuclear Force Phenomena is not Planck's Constant
  169. The Magnetic Dipole Moments of the Lighter Nuclides and their Implications Concerning Nuclear Rotations
  170. The Rate of Revolution of an Electron about an Atomic Nucleus
  171. On the Derivation of the Time-Dependent Schroedinger Equation
  172. The Coupling Constants of Force Fields
  173. A Comparison of the Properties of a Muonic Hydrogen Atom and an Electronic One
  174. Planck's Constant: Its Roles and its Limit in Subatomic Physics
  175. The Computation of Functions of Square Matrices
  176. The Magnetic Dipole Moment of Deuteron and Its Implications Concerning Nuclear Structure
  177. The Baker-Campbell-Hausdorff Formula for Exponential Matrices
  178. Why is the Double A (AA) in Danish Words Pronounced as Oh?
  179. Studies Concerning the Nature of Quantum Reality
  180. Manawydan, the son of Llyr: The Third Medieval Welsh Tale of the Mabinogi
  181. On an Analytical Solution to the Generalized Helmholtz Equation of One Dimension
  182. The Profile of Global Temperature Before and After the Peak Temperature for the El Nino Years
  183. Police Officers Who Abuse Their Powers are as Socially Destructive as Bank Robbers
  184. The Police Should Not Be Allowed to Manufacture Criminals
  185. The Story of Branwen, the Second Tale of the Mabinogi
  186. Nuclear Rotations
  187. The Matter of Human Origins in Light of Recent DNA Evidence
  188. The Differences in the Nuclear Binding Energies Due to the Formation of the Three Types of Nucleonic Spin Pairs
  189. The Probability Density Function from Schroedinger's Equation for a Particle Moving in a Central Field
  190. The Medieval Welsh Tales of the Mabinogi
  191. A Fairies' Tree Described by Joan of Arc
  192. Who Exactly Were the Scot Irish Ethnically?
  193. The Dynamics of Free Fields in 3Space
  194. The Infinities of Quantum Field Theory
  195. Noether's Theorem for Fields
  196. Noether's Theorem and Quantized Parameters
  197. The Cognates of English Words in the Romance Languages
  198. The Constitutional Structure of the Government of the United States and its Historic Abrogation
  199. On the Basis for the Exclusivity of the Spin Pairing of Nucleons
  200. The Theory of Single Quantum Annihilation of Positrons
  201. Single Quantum Annihilation of Positrons
  202. The Dynamics of Free Fields in 3D Space
  203. The Foundations of Quantum Field Theory
  204. John R. Brinkley and the Origin of the Radio Station broadcasting from Del Rio, Texas
  205. The Correspondences of English-Danish Cognate Words
  206. Catastrophic Global Warming: Science or Dogma?
  207. Digit Sum Arithmetic for Numbers with Nonintegral Bases
  208. Illustration of the Quotient Theorem of Digital Arithmetic
  209. Studies concerning the Spin Pairing of Nucleons
  210. The Separation Distance In Spin Pairs of Like-Nucleons
  211. Studies Concerning the Solution of the Generalized Helmholtz Equation
  212. The Derivation of the Magnetic Field Associated with a Spinning Spherical Surface of Charge
  213. A Plausible Connection between the Binding Energy of a Composite Object and the Potential Energy Lost Upon its Formation
  214. Quantum Theory and the Nature of Quantun Reality
  215. A Testing of the Conventional Model of Nuclear Structure Which Involves the So-Called Strong Force
  216. The Nature of the So-Called Nuclear Strong Force
  217. The Horrendous Financial Cost of a Nicotine Addiction
  218. Average Global Temperature in the El Niño Year of 2016
  219. The Derivation of the Lorentz Transformations of Spacetime Observations between Two Coordinate Systems in Constant Motion with respect to One Another
  220. The Derivation of the Marvelous Formula for the Addition of Velocities in Special Relativity
  221. The Existence of a Magnetism-like Force Associated with the Motion of Any Charged Particles
  222. The Analogue of the Magnetic Field for the Nucleonic Force Field
  223. The Spin Pairing of Nucleons Due to the Magnetic Fields Generated by their Spinnings
  224. The Economic History of Moscow, Russia
  225. The Economic History of Lisbon, Portugal
  226. The Economic History of Roman London
  227. The Enormous Land Drawings of Nasca, Peru
  228. The Timeline of the Economic History of Stockholm, Sweden
  229. The Timeline of the Economic History of Cairo, Egypt
  230. Superconductivity and the Periodic Table System
  231. A property of the Solution of a Generalized Helmholtz Equation of Any Dimension
  232. The Solution of a Generalized Helmholtz Equation of Two Dimensions
  233. The Economic History of Damascus, Syria
  234. The Economic History of Tehran, Iran
  235. The Solutions to theTime-Independent Schroedinger Equation and their Relationship to the Classical Time-Spent Probability Distributions
  236. The Nature and History of the Bayes Rule for Computing Inverse Probabilities
  237. The Mass and Binding Energies of Nuclides and their Quarkic Composition
  238. Some Remarkable Properties of Polynomials
  239. Computer Translation Using Strictly Computational Methods
  240. The Nature and History of the Renormalization Group
  241. The Daffodilian Folk: A poem
  242. The Yoneda lemma in Category Theory
  243. A Sensible Model for the Confinement and Asymptotic Freedom of Quarks
  244. The Wave Function from Schrödinger's Equation is Related to the Time Spent by the System in its Allowable States
  245. An Exponential of a Purely Imaginary Matrix and the Trigonometric Identities
  246. The relative extrema of the solution to a generalized Helmholtz equation
  247. The Record of Accidents by the U.S. Air Force which Involved Thermonuclear Weapons
  248. Sentence word order and the Latin Language
  249. The Concept of Functor in Category Theory
  250. Binding Energy per Nucleon and Nuclide Size
  251. The Economic History of Riga, Latvia
  252. Studies Concerning the Weighted Sums of the Coefficients of Polynomials
  253. Some Properties of the Sum of Digits Function
  254. The Nature and History of the Bayes Rule for Computing Inverse Probabilities
  255. Divisibility, Quotients and Remainders for Polynomials over a Commutative Ring
  256. Divisibility, Quotients and Remainders for Polynomials over a Field
  257. Quotients and Remainders in Digit Sum Arithmetic
  258. Weighted Summations of Polynomial Coefficients and Remainders
  259. The Scheme of Perturbation Analysis
  260. The Origin and Nature of the Vietnamese Language
  261. Divisibility and Remainders for Polynomials over a Field
  262. Six Lemmas on the Remainders for the Division of Polynomials
  263. The Net Sum of a Decimal Representation of a Number Resulting From an Alternation of Addition and Subtraction
  264. Positron emission and protons not paired with neutrons (Version 2)
  265. Positron emission and protons not paired with neutrons
  266. Minimum Energy Nuclear Composition and Nuclear Stability
  267. Coefficient Sums for Infinite Polynomial Series
  268. Two General Theorems Concerning the Coefficient Sums of Polynomials over a Field
  269. Street-light Star: A poem
  270. Some general properties of polynomials over a field
  271. Some Interesting General Properties of Polynomials
  272. An explanation of why free neutron-neutron or free proton-proton pairs do not exist
  273. The Net Nuclear Strong Force of Objects
  274. The Nature of the Published Figures for the Binding Energies of Nuclides
  275. The Fine Structure Constants of Force Formulas
  276. To What Extent is the Development of Particle Physics Dependent upon there being an Attractive Interactive Force Acting between all Nucleons?
  277. The Magnitude of Planck's Constant and Its Significance
  278. Enrico Fermi's 1933 Theory of Beta Ray Creation
  279. Life: a poem
  280. The History of the Formulation of the Notion of the Nonconservation of Parity in Nuclear Weak Force Phenomena and its Empirical Verification
  281. Confirmation of the Proposition that the Stability of Neutrons within Nuclei as Opposed to the Instability of Free Neutrons is Due to Their Being Paired with Protons
  282. Explanation of Why Neutrons in a Nucleus are Stable but Free Neutrons are not Stable
  283. Code Breaking and the Battle of Midway Island
  284. Prices and Wages in an Economy of Oligopolistic Market Structures
  285. Inverse Demand Functions and Consumer Income
  286. The Economic History of Jerusalem
  287. Principles of Invariance in Physics
  288. Introduction to the Physics of the Higgs Field
  289. Prices and Wages in an Economy of Monopolistic Market Structures
  290. What Benefits Would the Confirmation of the Supersymmetry Model Bring to Physics?
  291. The Role of Monopolistic Market Structures in Inflation
  292. Why Celt is Pronounced as Kelt but Spelled with a C
  293. Theories in Physics and False Logic
  294. An Introduction to the Concepts and Methods of Analysis of Supersymmetry
  295. The Time Period and Time-Spent Probability Density Function for the Periodic Motion of a Particle
  296. Studies on the Correspondence of Static and Dynamic Appearances of Object Motions
  297. The Energy Density of Fields
  298. The Festival of the Holy Spirit in Azorean Portuguese Communities
  299. A Most Dramatic Story of Evil and Justice in Mumbai, India
  300. The Statistical Explanation of the Incremental Binding Energies of Neutron Spin Pairs
  301. The Statistical Explanation of the Incremental Binding Energies of Proton Spin Pairs
  302. The Binding Energy of Nuclei Due to the Interaction of Proton Pairs
  303. The Binding Energy of Nuclei Due to the Interaction of Neutron Pairs
  304. A Preliminary Analysis of the Binding Energy of Nuclei Due to the Interaction of Neutron Pairs
  305. The Dependence of Force on the Product of Charges Implies the Discretization and Spatial Distribution of the Charges
  306. Analysis of the Mechanics of Black Holes
  307. Comparisons of the Interaction Binding Energies of Nucleons in Various Shells Based upon Increments in the Incremental Binding Energies
  308. Estimates of the Interaction Binding Energies of Nucleons in Various Shells Based upon Increments in the Incremental Binding Energies of Protons
  309. Estimates of the Interaction Binding Energies of Nucleons in Various Shells Based upon Increments in the Incremental Binding Energies of Neutrons
  310. The History of the Notion of Black Holes in Astronomy
  311. Studies Concerning the Uncerainty Principle
  312. The Wong-Zakai Adjustment to a Stochastic Differential Equation
  313. Estimates of the Interaction Binding Energies of Nucleons in Various Shells
  314. An Extensive Demonstration that the Interaction Binding Energies of Two Nucleons Depends Only Upon the Shells the Two Belong To
  315. On the Interaction Binding Energies of Two Nucleons Being a Function of the Shells They Occupy
  316. Second Quantization for Fermion Particles
  317. Second Quantization in Quantum Physics Means Something Different than What It is Thought to Mean
  318. The Introduction to Matrix Calculus: The Extention of Calculus Operations to Matrices
  319. On the Equality of the Cross Differences in the Binding Energies of Nuclei
  320. The Solution to the Generalized Helmholtz Equation in Matrix Form
  321. A Transformation of a Generalized Helmholtz Equation
  322. Energies in an Expanding Universe
  323. Estimation of the Nucleonic Charge of a Neutron Relative to That of a Proton (Revised version)
  324. The Birth of Modern Cosmology
  325. The Evidence for the Formation of Proton Spin Pairs Within Nuclei
  326. The Evidence for the Formation of Neutron Spin Pairs Within Nuclei
  327. Two Theorems for Isolating the Interactions of Particles in Terms of Second Differences
  328. A True Emergency-Room Story
  329. Protons repel each other not only through the electrostatic force but also through the nuclear strong force, as do neutrons. Nuclei are held together by the formation of nucleon spin pairs and the attraction between protons and neutrons.
  330. Generalized Forces in Lagrangian and Hamiltonian Mechanics
  331. The Functional Derivative: Its Nature and Use
  332. The Principle of Least Action in Mechanics
  333. The Binding Energies of Nuclides with Halo Proton Pairs
  334. The Binding Energies of Nuclides with Halo Neutron Pairs
  335. The Extension of the Methodology of Lagrangian and Hamiltonian Mechanics to a Continuum of Variables
  336. Confirmation of 6 and 14 as proper nuclear magic numbers
  337. What holds a nucleus together? Version 2
  338. The Hall-Wightman Theorem in Relativistic Quantum Field Theory
  339. Possible Direct Evidence for the Alpha Module Structure of Nuclei
  340. Sentence Structure in Danish
  341. Material on the Danish Language
  342. The Forms of Danish Verbs
  343. The Formation of Plural Nouns in Danish
  344. The Regularities and Irregularities of the Binding Energies of Alpha Module Nuclides
  345. The History of the Discovery and Proof of the Connection between the Spin of Particles and their Statistics
  346. Where Human May Swim with Manatees
  347. A Short, Simple but Irrefutable Proof that the Copenhagen Interpretation is a Misinterpretation of Quantum Analysis Based upon Schroedinger's Equation
  348. The Definite and Indefinite Articles of Danish
  349. An Equivalence of Statically and Dynamically Determined Fields
  350. Cayley's Theorem and its Proof
  351. Quantum Reality, the Time-Independent Schrödinger Equation and the Copenhagen Interpretation Thereof
  352. Nuclear Subshells and Numbers of Stable Isotopes and Isotones
  353. A Correspondence Between Statically and Dynamically Determined Fields Due to Particles
  354. A Reinterpretation of the Copenhagen Interpretation of Quantum Theory
  355. The Correspondence Between Statically and Dynamically Determined Force Fields with Multiple Particles
  356. The Conventional Concept of a Nuclear Strong Force is a Colossal Blunder
  357. A relationship for the Spatial Average of the Probability Density Function Derived from the Solution to a Generalized Helmholtz Equation of One Dimension
  358. Canonical Quantization and the Particle Statistics for Bosons and Fermions
  359. The Existence of Creator and Annihilator Operators in the Canonical Quantization of a Field
  360. An Introduction to Quantum Electrodynamics
  361. The Statistical Explanation of the Binding Energies of Nuclides Based Upon a Four-Way Classification of Nucleon Shell Occupancies
  362. The Statistical Explanation of the Binding Energies of Nuclides Based Upon a Three-Way Classification of Nucleon Shell Occupancies and Allowing for a Possible Error in the Mass of the Neutron
  363. The Functional Form and Estimates for Parameter Values of the Nuclear Strong Force
  364. Studies Concerning Subshells in Nuclear Shells
  365. The Economic History of Barcelona, Catalonia
  366. The Formulation of a Hamiltonian Model of the Interaction of a Particle Field with an Electromagnetic Field
  367. The Timeline of the Economic History of Helsinki, Finland
  368. The Spatial Average of the Probability Density Function Derived from the Solution to a Generalized Helmholtz Equation of One Dimension
  369. San José rainfall statistics 1901-1918 and 1934-2014
  370. Second Quantization: The Source of the Difference in Particle Statistics for Bosons and Fermions
  371. Illustrations of Quantization in Quantum Field Theory
  372. Quantization in Quantum Field Theory
  373. Some General Relationships for Operators on a Function Space
  374. Lagrangian Field Theory
  375. The Statistical Explanation of the Binding Energies of Nuclides Based Upon a Three-Way Classification of Nucleon Shell Occupancies
  376. The Solution to a Generalized Helmholtz Equation of One Dimension
  377. The Arithmetic Magic Numbers
  378. Decimal Numbers of Concatenated Blocks Which are Fractional Numbers
  379. Decimal Numbers of Concatenated Blocks Which are Reciprocals of Integers
  380. The Statistical Explanation of the Binding Energies of Nuclides Based Upon a Two-Way Classification of Nucleon Shell Occupancies
  381. The Statistical Explanation of the Binding Energy of Nuclei in Terms of the Quarks They Contain
  382. A Classical Interpretation of the Wave Mechanics of Quantum Theory
  383. Is there now an acceptance by global warming alarmists of a natural cycle in global temperature?
  384. The Timeline of the Development of String Theory and Its Derivatives
  385. String Theory and String Rotation
  386. Energy, Energy, Binding Energy and Half-life Statistics for Positron Emitters
  387. Energy, Binding Energy and Half-life
    Statistics for Pure Beta Emitters
  388. A Recommendation for
    Michael Lewis' book Flash Boys
  389. An Eloquent bit of Prose by Richard Feynman that is Almost a Poem
  390. An Investigation of the Changes in Binding Energy that would Result from the Conversion of a Neutron in a Nucleus into a Proton and an Electron
  391. An Investigation of the Stability of Neutrons in Nuclei
  392. Two Versions of the Quantum Analysis of a Free Electron
  393. The Evolution of the Wave Function of an Electron according to the Time-Dependent Schroedinger Equation
  394. Alternative Quantum Analyses of a Free Electron
  395. The Quantum Analysis of a Free Electron
  396. The Organizational Structure of Songs
  397. A Generalization of the Correspondence Between Statically and Dynamically Determined Fields
  398. Two Special Cases of Electron Orbits and the Correspondence Principle
  399. The Separation-of-Variables Assumption and Its Effect on the Results of Quantum Analysis
  400. An Extension of the Correspondence Between Statically and Dynamically Determined Force Fields
  401. The Potential, Kinetic and Total Energies of the Planets
  402. Simulation of the Quantum Motion of an Electron in the Field of a Proton
  403. Quantum Mechanical Analysis and the Correspondence Principle with Special Emphasis for that of a Hydrogen Atom
  404. What are the Gravitational Forces Required to Keep the Planets in their Orbits
  405. The Nature and Significance of the Bell Theorem
  406. The Prepositions of Danish
  407. The Satisfaction of the Uncertainty Principle by the Time-Spent Probability Density Distributions
  408. A Comparison of the Binding Energies Due to the Formation of the Three Types of Nucleon Spin Pairs
  409. Renormalization and Quantum Field Theory
  410. The Unjustified Non-Capitalization of the Proper Nouns Earth, Sun, Moon and Universe
  411. The Copenhagen Interpretation and the Nature of Quantum Reality
  412. What's wrong with the conventional theory of the nucleus
  413. How a nucleus can break into two nuclei under the impact of a neutron
  414. An Estimate of the Binding Energy Due to the Formation of a Neutron-Proton Spin Pair
  415. Estimation of the Binding Energy Associated with the Formation of a Proton Spin Pair
  416. Estimation of the Binding Energy Associated with the Formation of a Neutron Spin Pair
  417. The Statistical Explanation of the Binding Energies of Nuclides in terms of their Pair Formations and the Interactions of their Nucleons through the Strong Force and Taking into Account Heteroskedasticity and an Error in the Mass of the Neutron
  418. The Timeline of the Turbulent Life of Diego Rivera: His Art and his Politics
  419. The Energies of the Electrical Fields of Charged Particles and their Charge Radii
  420. The Discovery and Explanation of a Benefit of Strenuous Exercise
  421. The Binding Energie Associated with the Addition of a Neutron-Neutron and Proton-Proton Spin Pair to the Alpha Nuclei
  422. The Binding Energy Associated with the Addition of a Neutron-Proton Spin Pair to the Alpha Nuclei
  423. The Statistical Explanation of the Binding Energies of Nuclides in terms of their Pair Formations and the Interactions of their Nucleons through the Strong Force and Taking into Account Heteroskedasticity
  424. The Statistical Explanation of the Binding Energies of Nuclides in terms of their Pair Formations and the Interactions of their Nucleons through the Strong Force
  425. The Number of Nuclides of Various Compositions
  426. The Mass and Rate of Rotation of a Protoplanet Sweeping Up Material in a Ring Around a Star
  427. The Incremental Binding Energy Relationships Among Nuclides Consisting of only Alpha Modules and Proton Spin Pairs
  428. The Estimation of the Nucleonic Charge of a Neutron Relative to that of a Proton Using Data Based on Nuclei made up of Alpha Modules and Neutron Spin Pairs Starting with the Incremental Binding Energies of Neutron Spin Pairs
  429. Alan Turing's Brilliant Explanation of Animal Coat Patterns
  430. The Estimation of the Nucleonic Charge of a Neutron Relative to that of a Proton Using Data Based on Nuclei made up of Alpha Modules and Neutron Spin Pairs Starting with the Incremental Binding Energies of Alpha Modules
  431. The Chamber of the Apple Seeds
  432. The Incremental Binding Energies Due to the Interactions of Alpha Modules and Neutron Spin Pairs
  433. The Analysis of the Binding Energy of Nuclei in Terms of the Quarks They Contain
  434. An Estimation of the Nucleonic Charge of a Neutron Relative to that of a Proton Using the Ratios of Second Differences
    to Cross Differences
  435. An Estimation of the Nucleonic Charge of a Neutron Relative to that of a Proton Using the Ratios of Second Differences
  436. What holds a nucleus together?
  437. The Force Internally Due to a Charge Uniformly Distributed on a Sphere When the Force Law is not a Strictly Inverse-Distance-Squared Law
  438. A Correspondence Between Statically and Dynamically Determined Force Fields
  439. The Binding Energies Due to the Interaction of Proton Spin Pairs with Other Proton Spin Pairs
  440. Tendrils Touched
  441. The Binding Energies Due to the Interaction of Neutron Spin Pairs with Other Neutron Spin Pairs
  442. An Investigation of What Can Be Said About the Interaction of a Nuclear Particle with Other Particles of the Same Type in the Same Shell
  443. The Binding Energies Due to the Interaction of Neutron Spin Pairs with Proton Spin Pairs
  444. A Generalization of the Theorem that the Second Difference of the Interaction Energies of Nuclides with Respect to the Number of Particlesof a Particular Type Is Equal to the Interaction Energy of the Last Particle of that Type with the Next-to-Last Particle of the Same Type in the Nuclide
  445. A Generalization of a Theorem on Cross Difference of the Excess Binding Energies
  446. Attraction and Repulsion in Nuclides Composed Entirely of Alpha Modules and Neutron Spin Pairs
  447. A Comparison of the Incremental Binding Energies of Alpha Modules in Alpha Nuclides and Nuclides Which Are Made Up of Alpha Modules and One Neutron Spin Pair
  448. The Testing of the Alpha Module Model of Nuclear Structure on the Nuclides Composed Entirely of Alpha Modules and One Neutron Spin Pair
  449. The Testing of the Alpha Module Model of Nuclear Structure on the Nuclides Composed Entirely of Alpha Modules
  450. Some Preliminary Analyses of the Measured Electric Quadrupole Moments of Nuclides
  451. Nuclear Rotations of Alpha Module Rings
  452. The Force Internally Due to a Charge Uniformly Distributed on a Sphere When the Force Law is not a Strictly Inverse-Distance-Squared Law
  453. Nuclear Rotations of an Alpha Particle
  454. Nuclear Rotations of a Deuteron
  455. The Correspondences of the Incremental Binding Energy Relationships of Neutrons and Protons
  456. The Structure of Subshells in Proton Shells of Nuclei
  457. The Structure of Subshells in Neutron Shells of Nuclei
  458. The Existence of Subshells Within the Neutron Shells of Nuclei
  459. The Distribution of the Net Nucleonic Charges of Nuclides
  460. The Timeline of the Life of Julia, Daughter of Octavian
  461. The Timeline of the Life of Agrippina the Younger
  462. The Timeline of the Life of Agrippina the Elder
  463. The Timeline of the Life of Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa
  464. The Timelines of the Lives of the Principal Figures in the Early Roman Empire
  465. The Timeline of the Life of Tiberius, the Second Roman Emperor
  466. The Timeline of the Life of Caligula, the Third Roman Emperor
  467. The Timeline of the Life of Claudius, the Fourth Emperor of Rome
  468. The Timeline of the Life of Nero, the Fifth Emperor of Rome
  469. The Timeline of the Life of Livia Drusilla, Empress of Rome
  470. The Evidence for the Formation of Neutron-Proton Spin Pairs
  471. The Evidence for the Formation of Proton-Proton Spin Pairs
  472. The Evidence for the Formation of Neutron-Neutron Spin Pairs
  473. The Early Economic History of South Carolina
  474. Studies Establishing that Like Nucleons Repel Each Other Through the Nuclear Strong Force and Unlike Nucleons Attract Each Other
  475. The Significance of the Nonexistence of Neutron and Proton Spin Pairs Outside of Nucleis
  476. The Binomial Theorem: A Proof in One Step
  477. The Empirical Performance of the Alpha Module Model of Nuclear Structure Using the Dataset of All Nuclides
  478. Scale Effects in the Quantum Mechanics of a Cluster-Rotor Model of Small Nuclei
  479. The Visual Depictions of Aphrodite/Venus from Ancient Times Through the Renaissance
  480. The Magnetic Dipole Moment and the Rotational Kinetic Energy of a Deuteron
  481. Finding the Unit Digits of Powers of Integers
  482. Benjamin's Theorem and the Power of Algebra
  483. The Centripetal Acceleration and the Larmor Effect for the Proton in a Deuteron
  484. The Larmor Proposition that Accelerated Point Charges Radiate Electromagnetic Waves is Irrelevant in a World of Spatially Distributed Charges
  485. Extracting Integer Roots of Numbers
  486. The South Carolinians, the Splitting of the Democratic Party Vote and the Election of Abraham Lincoln
  487. The Digit Sums of Powers of Positive Integers
  488. The Energy Distributions for Various Types of Particles: Maxwell-Boltzman, Fermi-Dirac, Bose-Einstein and Planck Blackbody
  489. The Sources of Thermal Radiation
  490. The Derivation of the Distribution of the Accelerations of Charged Particles as a Function of Temperature
  491. The Lienard-Weichert Formula for the Radiation of Electromagnetic Waves from an Accelerated Charge
  492. The Larmor Formula for the Generation of Radiation by Accelerated Charges and the Quantization of Space
  493. The exponent of charge variables in physical law must be unity in order for them to apply to distributed charges
  494. Topics in Category Theory
  495. Nuclear Models and the Proposition that Accelerated Charges Radiate Electromagnetic Waves
  496. The Empirical Performance of the Alpha Module Model of Nuclear Structure
  497. Nuclear binding energies explained by shell-to-shell nucleonic interactions
  498. The Classifications of Political Economic Systems and the Travesty of Mixing Such Classifications
  499. Distributions of Sexual Orientations by Age and Ethnicity
  500. Supply and Demand for Medical Services with the Medical Cartel in Operation
  501. The Historical Legal Status of Catalonia with respect to Spain
  502. The Derivation of Charactistics of Nucleon from the Characteristics of their Constituent Quarks
  503. How World War II began
  504. An Open Letter to President Vladimir Putin of the Russian Federation
  505. Tests of the Equality of the Cross Differences of Nuclear Binding Energies
  506. Demonstration that like nucleons repel each other through the strong nuclear force and unlike nucleon attract through the strong force
  507. The Baselessness of Figures on so-called "Income Distribution"
  508. An Updated Version of the Most Reasonable Resolution of the Ukraine Crisis
  509. Radiation from an Accelerated Charge: The Issues of Charge Distribution and Aggregation
  510. Magic Numbers for Nuclear shells and Subshells
  511. Why do the paths of hurricanes, typhoons and other tropical cyclones recurve?
  512. The d'Alembert Solution to the Wave Equation with Initial Conditions
  513. The Timeline of the History of the Falkland Islands
  514. The Nature of the Dutch Disease in International Economics and its Remedy
  515. An Interesting Story of Two Danish Archaeologists Staying With an Inuit Family
  516. The Development of Maxwell's Equations for Electric and Magnetic Fields
  517. Studies Relating to the Proposition that an Accelerating/Decelerating Charge Radiates Electromagnetic Waves
  518. The Most Reasonable Resolution of the Ukraine Crisis
  519. The Dynamics of Electric amd Magnetic Fields in the Absence of Charges and Currents
  520. The Poynting Theorem and Poynting Vector Do Not Necessarily Mean What They Are Conventionally Said to Mean!
  521. The Terminology Concerning Electromagnetic Fields
  522. A Derivation and Explanation of the Poynting Theorem
  523. A Derivation of the Proposition that an Accelerated Charge Radiates Electromagnetic Waves
  524. The Feynman Critique of Radiation by Accelerating Charges
  525. An Analysis of the Argument that Accelerating or Decelerating Charged Particles Emit Electromagnetic Radiation
  526. The Enigma of the Absence of Electromagnetic Radiation from Charged Particles in Atoms
  527. The Plain Loveliness of Pear Blossoms
  528. The Enigma of the Absence of Electromagnetic Radiation from Charge Particles in Atoms
  529. The Political and Economic History of the Crimea
  530. Vladimir Putin's Annexation of the Crimea to the Russian Federation
  531. The Timeline of the Crimea War
  532. The Alphabet of the Icelandic Language
  533. Lithium battery explosion
  534. The Asymptotic Equality of a Spatial Average of the Probability Density from Schroedinger's Equation for a Particle in a Potential Field and the Classical Time-Spent Probability Density for that System
  535. The Interpretation of a Solution to Schroedinger's Time-Independent Equation in Terms of Time Spent in Various Portions of Its Trajectory: The Two Dimensional Case
  536. The Interpretation of the Wave Function of Schroedinger's Equation as the as the Square Root of the Time-Spent Probability Density Distribution
  537. Zitterbewegung, the trembling motion of a moving electron
  538. The Electron Theory of P.A.M. Dirac
  539. A Simple Proof that Predicate Nominative Pronouns are Wrong
  540. Recent Revelations about the Relationship of Modern Humans in Europe and East Asia to the Neanderthals
  541. The Binding Energy of an Alpha Module anywhere in a Nucleus is equal to that of an Alpha Particle
  542. The historical relationship between the people of Britain and Denmark
  543. Determinants and Area and Volumes of Parallelotopes (Parallelograms and Parallelopipeds)
  544. The Change of Variables Theorem for Integrals
  545. The Separation of the Components of Nuclear Binding Energies
  546. The Determination of the Binding Energies Associated with Spin Pair Formations
  547. The Life and Work of Dimitri Ivanovich Mendeléev
  548. The Acceptance Speech of Louis V. de Broglie for the Nobel Prize in Physics for 1929
  549. The Distribution of the Enhancements to Binding Energy Due to the Formation of Neutron-Neutron Spin Pairs and Neutron-Proton Spin Pairs
  550. The Relative Magnitudes of the Binding Energies Involved in the Formations of Neutron-Proton and Proton-Proton Spin Pairs
  551. The Relative Magnitudes of the Binding Energies Involved in the Formations of Neutron-Proton and Neutron-Neutron Spin Pairs
  552. The Compton Effect in the Scattering of Photons by Electrons
  553. The Interactions of Electrons and Photons
  554. The Definition and Properties of a Mathematical Field
  555. Yet More Corroboration of the Alpha Module Model of Nuclear Structure
  556. The Discovery of Lie Groups and Algebras
  557. A Lemma on the Associativity of the Composition of Functions
  558. Further Corroboration of the Alpha Module Modof Nuclear Structure
  559. The Adjustment of the Statistical Testing of the Alpha Module Model of Nuclear Structure for Heteroskedasticity
  560. The Weight Diagrams for the SU(n) Lie Groups and Their Accompanying Algebras
  561. The Derivation of Source and Current Densities of a Quantum Field
  562. An Empirical Testing of the Alpha Module Model of Nuclear Structure
  563. The Development of the Urban Structure of Copenhagen
  564. Two General Nuclear Phenomena Provide Confirmation for the Alpha Module Model of Nuclear Structure
  565. A Translation of the article on Spinning Electrons by G.E. Uhlenbeck and S.A. Goudsmit
  566. The Proposal by Uhlenbeck and Goudsmit that electrons have spin
  567. The translation of the article by Otto Stern and Walter Gerlach showing the splitting of an electron beam by its passage through a magnetic field of sharp inhomogeneity
  568. The Dynamic Appearance of a Rotating Object
  569. The So-Called Spin of Subatomic Particles
  570. The Gauss-Bonnet Formula and its Extensions
  571. The Generalization of Digit Sum Arithmetic
  572. The Origin of the Near-Spherical Appearance of Nuclei
  573. The Origin and Nature of the Sinhalese Language
  574. The Satisfaction of the Uncertainty Principle by the Proportion of Time Spent Probability Density Distribution of a Particle in a Potential Field
  575. Two Recent Studies of the Number of Ancient Asian Migrations to the Americas
  576. P.A.M. Dirac's Theory of Electrons and Positrons
  577. The Derivation of the Energy–Momentum Relation in Relativistic Classical Mechanics
  578. A Property of Generalized Helmholtz Equations of Dimension One or More
  579. Demonstration that the Solutions to Schroedinger Equations Pertain to the Time-Spent Probability Densities Rather than Some Intrinsic Indeterminacy of Particles
  580. A Property of Solutions to Generalized Helmholtz Equations and Its Implication for the Relationship of Classical and Quantum Theoretic Probability Density Functions
  581. A Property of Solutions to a Generalized Helmholtz Equation
  582. The Motion of a Particle at the Quantum Level
  583. Studies Concerning the Copenhagen Interpretation of Quantum Physics
  584. The Uncertainty Principle in Quantum Physics
  585. The Solutions to Generalized Helmholtz Equations
  586. The Laplacian Operation on Products and Powers of Scalar Functions
  587. The Battle of Carthage, Missouri in the Civil War
  588. The Binding Energy Associated with the Formation of a Neutron-Proton Spin Pair
  589. The Binding Energy of Protons Which is Due to the Interaction of a Proton with the others Nucleons Through the Nuclear Strong Force
  590. The Binding Energy of Nuclides Which is Due to the Interaction of its Nucleons Through the Strong Force
  591. The Binding Energies Due to the Formation of Neutron-Neutron Spin Pairs and Proton-Proton Spin Pairs
  592. The Binding Energetics of Nuclei with 12 Protons or Neutrons
  593. The Binding Energetics of Nuclei with 24 Protons or Neutrons
  594. The Apparent Shapes of Nuclei
  595. The Early History of Yemen
  596. The Magnetic Dipole Moment and Rotational Kinetic Energy of a Deuteron
  597. A Marvelous Lemma Due to Gauss Concerning the Roots of Algebraic Equations with Integral Coefficients
  598. Theorems Concerning the Total Turning Angle of a Curve
  599. A Review and Explication of the Article by Luís M.A. Bettencourt, The Origins of Scaling in Cities Published in the June 21st, 2013 issue of Science
  600. The Partition of a Closed Simple Manifold Satisfying the Conditions of the Gauss-Bonnet Theorem into Three or More Parts
  601. The Intersection of Manifolds Satisfying the Gauss-Bonnet Theorem and the Surfaces Thereby Created
  602. The Partition of Manifolds Satisfying the Gauss-Bonnet Theorem
  603. The Satisfaction of a Gauss-Bonnet-type Theorem for Polyhedra with Some Faces Removed
  604. The Relationship Between the Solid Angle of a Conical Point and Its Angular Deficit
  605. The Chern-Gauss-Bonnet Theorem
  606. The Nature of the Finnish Language
  607. The Binding Energies of Nuclei as Determined by the Energy of Formation of their Substructures and the Interactions Among the Nucleons in their Shells with the Proton-Proton Interactions Treated Separately
  608. The Binding Energies of Nuclei as Determined by the Energy of Formation of their Substructures and the Interactions Among the Nucleons in their Shells
  609. The Binding Energies of Nuclei as Determined by the Energy of Formation of their Substructures and the Interactions Among the Nucleons in their Shells: The Four Shells Case for Small Nuclides
  610. The Binding Energies of Nuclei as Determined by the Energy of Formation of their Substructures and the Interactions Among the Nucleons in their Shells: The Four Shells Case
  611. An Extension of the Gauss-Bonnet Theorem to Include Objects with Sharp Edges and Conical Vertices
  612. A Gauss-Bonnet-type Theorem for Lens-like Surfaces
  613. On Establishing That the Contribution of a Point of a Singularity of Curvature to the Gauss-Bonnet Integral is Equal to its Angular Deficit: The Conical Point Case
  614. Illustration of the Gauss-Bonnet Theorem Using Truncated Spheres
  615. The Binding Energies of Nuclei as Determined by the Energy of Formation of their Substructures and the Interactions Among the Nucleons in their Shells: Separate Analysis for Light and Heavy Nuclides
  616. The Area of a Sphere between Two Latitude Levels
  617. The Economic History of Copenhagen: The Early Years
  618. Gaussian Curvature and Angular Deficit of the Points of a Surface
  619. A Proposed Experimental Test of Repulsion Between Neutrons
  620. A Dictionary of Color Terms in Botanical Latin
  621. The Color Terms of Botanical Latin
  622. The Binding Energy of Nuclides in Relation to the Filling of Neutron/Proton Shells
  623. The Binding Energies of Nuclei as Determined by the Energy of Formation of their Substructures and the Interactions Among the Nucleons in their Shells
  624. The Binding Energies of Nuclei as Determined by the Energy of Formation of their Substructures and the Interactions Among their Nucleons (Revised Version)
  625. The Binding Energies of Nuclei as Determined by the Energy of Formation of their Substructures and the Interactions Among their Nucleons
  626. Illustration of a Property of Polyhedra: That the Sum of the Angular Deficits at Vertices is equal to 4π radians
  627. The Search for the Increment in Binding Energy Due Strictly to the Formation of an Alpha Module
  628. A Correction of the Conventional Mass of the Neutron
  629. The Correspondence of the Two Types of Estimates of the Binding Energy Due to the Formation of Neutron-Proton Spin Pairs
  630. The Energetics of Neutron-Proton Spin Pair Formation as a Function of the Number of Protons in the Nuclide
  631. The Energetics of Neutron-Proton Spin Pair Formation as a Function of the Number of Neutrons in the Nuclide
  632. An Exhaustive Display of the Cross Differences for the Nuclear Binding Energy of a Proton Pair with a Neutron Pair Starting with the Incremental Binding Energies of Proton Pairs
  633. An Exhaustive Display of the Cross Differences for the Nuclear Binding Energy of a Neutron Pair with a Proton Pair
  634. How I Came to Appreciate and Enjoy Operas
  635. The Copenhagen Interpretation of Quantum Physics
  636. A Proposition Concerning the Second Differences of the Binding Energies of Neutron and Proton Spin Pairs: That They Are Equal to the Interaction Energy of the Last Particles of Each Type with the Next-to-Last Particle of the Same Type
  637. A Proposition Concerning the Cross Differences of the Binding Energies of Neutron and Proton Spin Pairs: That They Are Equal to the Interaction Energy of the Last Particles of Each Type with Each Other
  638. An Exhaustive Demonstration that Protons Repel Each Other Through the Nuclear Strong Force As Well As Through the Electrostatic Force
  639. An Exhaustive Demonstration that Neutrons Repel Each Other Through the Nuclear Strong Force
  640. A Statistical Regression Equation for the Binding Energies of Nuclei Taking Into Account the Heteroskedasticity of the Random Term
  641. The Binding Energies of Nuclei as Determined by their Substructures and the Interactions Among their Nucleons
  642. The Forces Between the Substructures of Nuclei: Neutron and Proton Spin Pairs, a Singleton Neutron or Singleton Proton and Alpha Modules
  643. The Forces Between Nucleons: Spin Pairing, Nuclear Strong Force and Electrostatic (Coulomb)
  644. Empirical Investigation of the Alpha Module Model of Nuclear Structure
  645. The Classical and Quantum Mechanics of a Thin Ring Spinning About Two Axes
  646. The Singularity of Adjectival Nouns
  647. The Nature and Proof of the Generalized Uncertainty Principle
  648. Juan Perón's Thermonuclear Power Fiasco
  649. A Rotating Harmonic Oscillator and the Uncertainty Principle
  650. The Oscillation of a Particle in a Potential Field, Energy Quantization and the Uncertainty Principle
  651. The Derivation of the Planck Formula for Thermal Radiation
  652. The Rayleigh-Jeans Radiation Law and its Derivation
  653. The Quest for the Formula of the Spectra for Thermal Radiation
  654. The Radiation Spectra of a Blackbody as a Function of Absolute Temperature
  655. Wien's Displacement Law for Thermal Radiation
  656. The Fortuitous Discovery and Derivation of the Stefan-Boltzmann Law for Thermal Energy Emission
  657. Kirchhoff's Law and Its Derivation
  658. The Nature, Use and Proof of the Equipartition of Energy Theorem
  659. The Equipartition of Energy Theorem and Its Sad History
  660. A Simple Model for Subnuclear Particles
  661. The Nature of Fundamental Particles as Solitons and Solitary Waves
  662. The Uncertainty Principle and a Harmonic Oscillator
  663. A Fourier Analysis of the Schroedinger Equation for a Harmonic Oscillator
  664. The Time Dependent Schroedinger Equation and the Nature of its Solution
  665. The Political History of Ruthenia
  666. The Existence and Nature of Entanglements of Particles
  667. The Nature of the Wave Function in Schroedinger's Equation
  668. The Copenhagen Interpretation of the Wave Function for Schrödinger's Equation Is Not Valid; Instead the Wave Function is Related to the Time Spent by the System in its Allowable States
  669. The Refounding of the City of Jakarta (Djakarta) as Batavia
  670. A Reformulation of the Equations of Hamiltonian Dynamics in Terms of Vector Calculus and the Derivation of a Schrödinger-like Equation for Time-Spent in the Allowable States
  671. A Recent Genetic Study Reveals an Ancient Influx of People and Technology from South India to Australia
  672. Angular Momentum in Quantum Mechanics
  673. How the Nature of a Neutrino would be Revealed by the Relationship between its Energy and Momentum
  674. The Creations of Paul Dirac
  675. The Electron Theory of Paul Dirac
  676. The Subtleties of Signal Matching with Fallible Detectors
  677. The Nature of the Probability Density Function of Quantum Mechanical Analysis
  678. An Extended Mean Value Theorem for Integrals
  679. A Quantum Mechanical Analysis of a Particle Moving in a Central Field:
  680. The Quantum Mechanical Analysis of a Two Body System
  681. A Quantum Mechanical Analysis of an Electron Moving in an Electrostatic Field: One Which Satisfies the Correspondence Principle
  682. The Helmholtz Equation and Its Solution
  683. What, After All, Is a Communist?
  684. The Drama in the Development of Quantum Mechanics in 1926-27
  685. The Similarity of a Square Matrix to a Jordan Canonical Form
  686. The Matrix Representation of Sets of Linear Combinations of Vectors
  687. The Generalized Eigenvectors of a Matrix and their Linear Independence
  688. The Similarity of Square Matrices
  689. Motion of Nucleons in Nuclei, Quantum Mechanics and the Uncertainty Principle
  690. The Economic History of Leadville, Colorado
  691. The Nature of Quantum Jumps: the State Transitions in Quantum Mechanical Systems
  692. The Conventional Quantum Mechanical Analysis of a Hydrogen Atom Violates the Correspondence Principle
  693. The Classical Analysis of a More General Case of the Two Body Problem
  694. The Classical Analysis of the Two Body Problem
  695. A Generalization of the Quantum Mechanical Analysis of a Hydrogen Atom
  696. Decomposition of the Vector Space Associated with a Matrix in Terms of the Null Spaces Associated with the Eigenvalues of that Matrix.
  697. The Linear Independence of the Eigenspaces of a Matrix
  698. Electron Motion in Atoms, Quantum Mechanics and the Uncertainty Principle
  699. The Classical and Quantum Mechanical Probability Density Function for the Velocity of the Particle of a Harmonic Oscillator
  700. The Asymptotic Equality of a Spatial Average of the Probability Density Function from Schroedinger's Equation for a Particle in a Potential Field and That of the Time-Spent Classical Version of the Same System
  701. The Relationship between the Quantum Mechanical Probability Density Distribution for a Harmonic Oscillator and the Time Average of its Location for Low Principal Quantum Numbers
  702. How the Bosses of Government Employee Unions Gained Control of American Politics
  703. The Relationship between the Classical Time Average of a Particle's Position and the Quantum Mechanical Probability Density Function
  704. The Performance of the U.S. Economy in the Third Quarter of 2012
  705. Planetary Temperature and the Albedoes of Clouds and Surface for Visible and Infrared Radiation
  706. An Alpha Module Model for Nuclei
  707. Planetary Temperature, the Cloud Blanket Effect and the Greenhouse Effect for Venus
  708. Preparations for Proving the Fundamental Theorem of Algebra
  709. What Share of the Great Recession of 2009 Was Due to Obama?
  710. The Systematics of an Investment Decision
  711. The Jordan Curve Theorem and Its Extensions
  712. The Immediate Cause of Recessions: The Collapse of Business Investment in Plant and Equipment
  713. Joe Biden Conceded Intellectual Defeat BEFORE His Debate With Paul Ryan
  714. The Rationality/Irrationality of the Sum of the Square Roots of Two Rational Numbers
  715. The Rationality or Irrationality of the Roots of Rational Numbers
  716. The Absence in English of Nongender Pronouns for Persons
  717. The Irrelevance of Empirical Studies of Human Decision-making to Microeconomic Theory and Analysis
  718. The Irrationality of the Square Root of Any Integer or Other Rational Number that is not a Ratio of Squared Integers
  719. The Abomination of Predicate Nominative Pronouns
  720. The Cardinality of the Algebraic Numbers
  721. Nuclear Dipole Moments and the Spatial Structure of Nuclei
  722. The Irrationality of the Square Roots of 2
  723. The Theorem of George Green and its Proof
  724. The Economic History of Munich (München), Bavaria in Germany
  725. The Magnetic Dipole Moments of Nuclei and Their Implications Concerning Nuclear Structure
  726. The Effect of the Electrostatic Repulsion of Protons in Nuclear Structure
  727. The Relationship of Binding Energy and Potential Energy of Nuclei
  728. The Timeline of the Plans and Projects to Link the Eastern Mediterranean Region to the Red Sea by Water
  729. Statistical Estimates of Strong Force Charge of a Neutron Relative to that of a Proton
  730. Statistical Estimates of the Interaction Binding Energies of Neutrons with Neutrons and Protons with Protons
  731. The Relationship of Vedic Sanskrit and Avestan (Old Persian)
  732. Statistical Estimates of the Interaction Binding Energies of Neutrons and Protons
  733. The Interaction Binding Energies of Neutrons and Protons
  734. The Interactive Binding Energies of Protons in Nuclides
  735. The Interactive Binding Energies of Neutrons in Nuclides
  736. The Nature of Sanskrit
  737. The Existence of Subshells Within the Proton Shells of Nuclei
  738. The Complete Explanation of the Nuclear Magic Numbers Which Indicate the Filling of Nucleonic Shells and the Revelation of Special Numbers Indicating the Filling of Subshells Within Those Shells
  739. The Existence of Subshells Within the Neutron Shells of Nuclei
  740. Changes in the Pattern of the Incremental Binding Energies of Neutrons in the Neutron Shell for 29 through 50 Neutrons
  741. Changes in the Pattern of the Incremental Binding Energies of Neutrons in the Neutron Shell for 83 through 126 Neutrons
  742. Changes in the Pattern of the Incremental Binding Energies of Neutrons in the Neutron Shell for 51 through 82 Neutrons
  743. The Anomalous State in the Explanation of the Nuclear Magic Numbers
  744. The Economic History of Havana, Cuba
  745. A Quantum Mechanical Analysis of the Triteron, the H3 Nuclide
  746. A Notable Characteristic of Composite Stuctures Consisting of Particle Pairs of Different Types
  747. The True Story of GM's Electric Car of the 1990's, the EV1
  748. The Hard Reality of Politics and the Economy
  749. A Quantum Analysis of a Simple Model of the Alpha Particle
  750. A Model of a Quasi-Alpha Particle Structure of Nuclei
  751. Demonstration that a Nucleon Can Form Two Spin Pairs, One with a Nucleon of the Same Type and One with a Nucleon of the Opposite Type
  752. Further Confirmation that the Nucleonic (Strong Force) Charge of a Neutron is Opposite in Sign and Two Thirds of the Magnitude of that of a Proton
  753. The Components of Mandelbrot Sets Associated with Limit 2-Cycles
  754. The Bohr-Mottelson Collective Model of Nuclear Structure
  755. The Powers of a Jordan Canonical Form Matrix
  756. The Square of a Jordan Canonical Form Matrix
  757. The Pricing Decision by a Monopoly and the Effects of Subsidization and Other Measures to Reduce Consumer Sensitivity to Price
  758. The Theorem on the Canonical Form of Matrices by Camille Jordan
  759. The Theorem that the Sum of the Eigenvalues of a Matrix is Equal to its Trace
  760. The History of Computer Translation (a.k.a. Machine Translation)
  761. A Statistical Review of Current Economic Conditions in the U.S. (May 2012)
  762. The Symmetries of the General Structures of Mandelbrot Sets
  763. A Beautiful Theorem Concerning Determinants
  764. A Matrix Version of the Hartree-Fock Method Applied to a Helium Atom
  765. The Relationship Between Group Representations and Their Generators
  766. The General Structures of the Fully General Mandelbrot Sets
  767. The Timeline of the Development of Battery Technology
  768. The Barest Introduction to Category Theory
  769. The Hartree-Fock Method for Finding Self-Consistent Wave Functions for Multi-electron Atoms
  770. The Particle Probability Density Function as the Time Average of the Particle's Position
  771. Entropy and the Second Law of Thermodynamics in Particle and Nuclear Interactions
  772. The Koopmans Theorem as given in the article, "UBER DIE ZUORDNUNG VON WELLENFUNKTIONEN UND EIGENWERTEN ZU DEN EINZELNEN ELEKTRONEN EINES ATOMS" von T. KOOPMANS (Physica (Elsevier) 1 (16): 104113)
  773. The Life of Lucius Cornelius Sulla, A General and Dictator of the Roman Republic
  774. SU(3), the Special Unitary Group of Order 3
  775. The Statistical Explanation of the Binding Energies of Nuclides in Terms of Shell Occupancies and Numbers of Nucleon Pairs
  776. Paul Dirac's Bra and Ket Notation in Quantum Physics
  777. First Postulation of Neutron Stars
  778. The Effect of Changing the Type of One or Two Nucleons on Binding Energy
  779. The Amazing, Incredible Life of the Mathematician, Alexander Grothendieck
  780. The Statistical Explanation of the Binding Energies of Nuclides
  781. SU(2), the Special Unitary Group of Order 2
  782. Second Differences of Binding Energy and the Relative Strong Force Charge of the Neutron Compared to that of the Proton
  783. The Interactive Binding Energy Betwween the Last Neutron in a Nuclide and the Last Proton
  784. The Binding Energy Due to the Formation of a Neutron-Proton Spin Pair
  785. The Relative Sizes of the Binding Energies Due to the Formation of Neutron-Neutron and Proton-Proton Spin Pairs
  786. The Relative Sizes of the Binding Energies Due to the Formation of the Three Types of Spin Pairs and the Strong Force Interactions
  787. On the Existence of Dark Matter in Galactic Clusters
  788. Particle Systems Under an Inverse Distance Squared Force
  789. The Explication and Criticism of the article by C.N. Yang and R.L. Mills of the Brookhaven National Laboratory at Upton, New York entitled "Conservation of Isotopic Spin and Isotopic Gauge Invariance"
  790. The Goldstone Theorem: Its Nature and Proof
  791. The Explanation and History of the Higgs Boson Concept
  792. A New Model of Nuclear Structure and Its Compatibility With Conventional Theory
  793. The Limits of Nuclear Stability in terms of Alpha Particles and Excess Neutrons
  794. The Bottomline on Politics and the Economy
  795. The Role of the Range in Nuclear Stability in the Estimate of the Ratio of the Nucleon Charge of a Neutron to that of a Proton
  796. The Role of the Electrostatic Repulsion of Protons in the Estimate of the Ratio of the Nucleon Charge of a Neutron to that of a Proton Based on the Limits of Nuclear Stability
  797. An Estimate of the Ratio of the Nucleon Charge of a Neuton to that of a Proton Based on the Limits of Nuclear Stability in Terms of the Number of Neutrons
  798. An Estimate of the Ratio of the Nucleon Charge of a Neuton to that of a Proton Based on the Limits of Nuclear Stability in Terms of the Number of Protons
  799. The Limits of Nuclear Stability
  800. The Methodology of Particle Physics
  801. The Effect of Additional Proton Pairs on the Binding Energies of Nuclides
  802. The Amazing, Incredible Resurgence of the American Economy in the Last Half of 2011
  803. The Origin of the Name of London
  804. Estimates of Incremental Binding Energy for Proton-Proton and Neutron-Proton Pair Formation
  805. The Representation of Rational Numbers as Decimal Numbers
  806. The Quantification of the Interaction Energy Between Alpha Particles and Proton Pairs Within Nuclei
  807. The Quantification of the Interaction Energy Between Alpha Particles and Neutron Pairs Within Nuclei
  808. The Sets of Repeating Decimals
  809. A Generalization of the Proposition That the Cross Differences of the Interaction Energies with Respect to Two Types of Particles Is Equal to the Interaction Energy of the Last Particles of Each Type with Each Other
  810. The Interaction Energies of Alpha Particles and Nucleon Pairs Within Nuclei
  811. The Interaction of Alpha Particles and Proton Pairs Within Nuclei
  812. Associations of Baboons and Humans
  813. The Interaction of Alpha Particles and Neutron Pairs Within Nuclei
  814. The Cross Differences of the Interaction Energies with Respect to Two Types of Particles Is Equal to the Interaction Energy of the Last Particles of Each Type with Each Other
  815. The Interaction Binding Energy of an Alpha Particle and Nucleon Pairs
  816. The Interaction of Alpha Particles and a Proton Pair Within a Nucleus
  817. The Interaction of Alpha Particles and a Neutron Pair Within a Nucleus
  818. The Statistical Explanation of the Excess Binding Energies of the Alpha Nuclides
  819. An Analysis of Quantization in a Rotating Structure of Particles
  820. An Analysis of Quantization in a Rotating Rhombus of Particles
  821. An Analysis of Quantization in a Rotating 2ngon of Particles
  822. An Old Quantum Mechanical Analysis of a Simple Model of the Alpha Particle
  823. The Life and Works of Wassily Wassilyevich Kandinsky
  824. Further Investigations of the Possibility that the the Nucleons of Nuclei are, Where Possible, Organized into Alpha Particles: The Proton Data
  825. Further Investigations of the Possibility that the the Nucleons of Nuclei are, Where Possible, Organized into Alpha Particles: The Neutron Data
  826. The Second Difference of the Excess Binding Energies with Respect to the Number of Alpha Particles Is Equal to the Interaction Energy of the Last Alpha Particle with the Next to Last Alpha Particle in the Nuclide
  827. The Properties of Integers and Their Extension to Integral Domains
  828. The Cross Differences of the Excess Binding Energies Is Equal to the Interaction Energy of the Last Alpha Particle with the Last Neutron in the Nuclide
  829. An Analysis of the Changes in the Relationship between the Binding Energy Involved in the Formation of Proton-Proton Spin Pairs and the Number of Protons in the Nuclide as the Number of Neutrons in the Nuclide Varies
  830. An Analysis of the Changes in the Relationship between the Binding Energy Involved in the Formation of Neutron-Neutron Spin Pairs and the Number of Neutrons in the Nuclide as the Number of Protons in the Nuclide Varies
  831. Some Applications of the Notion of an Infinitesimal in Geometry
  832. An Estimation and Analysis of the Binding Energy Involved in the Formation of Neutron-Neutron Spin Pairs
  833. What's Wrong With the American Economy
  834. An Estimate of the Nuclear Strong Force Charge of a Neutron Relative to that of Proton Based Upon the Pattern of the Scatter Diagram of the Proton and Neutron Numbers of Nuclides
  835. The Net Nucleonic Charge Explaining the Incremental Binding Energy of Protons Due to Their Interaction Through the Strong Force in Nuclides
  836. The Functional Form of the Incremental Binding Energy of Protons as a Function of the Number of Protons and Neutrons in the Nuclide
  837. The Functional Form of the Incremental Binding Energy of Neutrons as a Function of the Number of Protons and Neutrons in the Nuclide
  838. The Functional Form of the Incremental Binding Energy of Neutrons as a Function of the Number of Neutrons in the Nuclide
  839. The Second Difference of Binding Energies with Respect to the Number of Protons Is Equal to the Interaction Energy of the Last Proton with the Next to Last proton in the Nuclide
  840. The Second Difference of Binding Energies with Respect to the Number of Neutrons Is Equal to the Interaction Energy of the Last Neutron
  841. Infinitesimals and the Extention of the Real Number System
  842. The Statistical Testing of the Cross Differences in Binding Energies for Dependence on the Number of Nucleons in the Nucleonic Shells
  843. A Rough Approximation of the Spatial Structure of the Nucleonic Shells of Nuclei
  844. The Political and Economic History of Uzbekistan
  845. The Separation of the Cross Differences in Binding Energy into the Component Due to Pair Formation and the ComponentDue to the Interaction Through the Nuclear Strong Force as a Function of the Number of Neutrons in the Nuclide
  846. The Separation of the Cross Differences in Binding Energy into the Component Due to Pair Formation and the Component Due to the Interaction Through the Nuclear Strong Force as a Function of the Number of Neutrons in the Nuclide
  847. The Separation of the Cross Differences in Binding Energy into the Component Due to Pair Formation and the Component Due to the Interaction Through the Nuclear Strong Force as a Function of the Number of Protons in the Nuclide
  848. The Cross Differences in Binding Energy as a Function of the Number of Protons in the Nuclide
  849. Illustrations of the Effect of Double Pairing on the Incremental Binding Energy of Protons
  850. Illustrations of the Effect of Double Pairing on the Incremental Binding Energy of Neutrons
  851. The Functional Form of the Incremental Binding Energy of Neutrons as a Function of the Number of Protons in the Nuclide
  852. The Cross Differences of Binding Energies Is Equal to the Interaction Energy of the Last Neutron with the Last Proton in the Nuclide
  853. The Equality of the Cross Difference Ratios for a Binary Function
  854. The Interactive Energies of Protons with Neutrons
  855. The Interactive Energies of Neutrons with Protons in Shells Below Their Own
  856. The Interaction of Nucleons in Nuclear Shells
  857. A Comparison of the Relationships Between the Incremental Binding Energy of Neutrons and Protons and the Number of the Other Nucleons in the Nuclide
  858. The Functional Form of the Incremental Binding Energy of Protons as a Function of the Number of Neutrons in the Nucleus Over the Full Range of Proton Numbers
  859. The Functional Form of the Incremental Binding Energy of Neutrons as a Function of the Number of Protons in the Nucleus Over the Full Range of Neutron Numbers
  860. The Functional Form of the Incremental Binding Energy of Protons in the Second Shell as a Function of the Number of Neutrons in the Nucleus
  861. The Functional Form of the Incremental Binding Energy of Neutrons in the Second Shell as a Function of the Number of Protons in the Nucleus
  862. The Functional Form of the Incremental Binding Energy of Neutrons as a Function of the Number of Protons in the Nucleus
  863. The Battle of Copenhagen in 1801
  864. The Quantization of Rotational Kinetic Energy as a Result of the Quantization of Angular Momentum
  865. The Functional Form of the Incremental Binding Energies of Nucleons in Nuclides
  866. The Ionization Energies of Electrons in Atoms and Ions
  867. The History of the Development of Libyan Gas and Oil Resources
  868. The Subshells of Electrons in Atoms
  869. The Question of the Magicality of the Numbers 42, 78 and 132 in the Physics of Nuclei
  870. The Delusion that Fuel-free Energy is Necessarily Cheaper than Energy Requiring Fuel:
    The Role of Capital Cost
  871. The Magnitude of Planck's Constant and Its Significance
  872. The Spatial Structure of Electrons in Atoms
  873. The Uncertainty Principle for Energy and Time
  874. The Derivation of the Uncertainty Principle
  875. The Anomalies in the Capacities of the Electron Shells in Atoms
  876. A Quantum Mechanical Analysis of Positronium
  877. The Solution of the Radial Equation for the Wave Function of a Single Particle in a Central Field
  878. The Eigenvalue of the Angular Equation for a Particle in a Central Field I
  879. A Quantum Mechanical Model of a Deuteron as a Rotor
  880. The Quantum Mechanics of a Particle in a Central Field
  881. The Malthusian Race between the Labor Force and the Capital Stock
  882. Quantum Theory and the Interactions of Electrons in Multi-Electron Atoms
  883. The Discrete Approximations of the 2nd Derivatives of a Function of Two Variables
  884. Evidence Concerning Alpha Particle Substructures in Nuclei from Changes in the Number of Protons
  885. The Relationship Between the Effects on Binding Energy of Adding and Subtracting Neutrons and Protons
  886. Evidence Concerning Alpha Particle Structures in Nuclei
  887. The Economic History of Memphis, Tennessee
  888. The Rudiments of Danish Grammar
  889. The Solution of the Radial Equation for the Wave Function of a Single Particle in a Central Field
  890. Readings on Energy Policy
  891. The Eigenvalue of the Angular Equation for a Particle in a Central Field
  892. The Quantum Mechanics of a Particle in a Central Field
  893. The Spatial Structure of the Nucleonic Shells of Nuclides
  894. Urban Tornados and the Heat Island Effect
  895. The Danish Shibboleth of "rødgrød med fløde"
  896. The Spelling and Pronunciation of Written Danish Syllables
  897. The Explanation of the Binding Energies of the Small Nuclides
  898. The Coming Social Crisis in China
  899. The Explanation of the Binding Energy of the Triteron, the Hydrogen 3 Nuclide
  900. The Proper Evaluation of the Economic Net Benefit of the Generation of Electrical Power from Solar Devices
  901. The Proper Evaluation of the Economic Net Benefit of the Generation of Electrical Power from wind turbines
  902. The Enhancement of Incremental Binding Energies Due to Neutron Pair Formation
  903. The Enhancement of Incremental Binding Energies Due to Proton Pair Formation
  904. Danish Energy Policies
  905. A Model for explaining the Relatively High Binding Energy of the Helium 4 Nuclide (Alpha Particle) Among the Smallest Nuclides
  906. The Spacing of Particles in a Tetrahedral Arrangement
  907. An Estimation of the Period of the Cycle in Global Temperature and the Long Term Trend in Global Temperature
  908. The Relationship Between the Second Derivative of Global Temperature and Global Temperature and Time
  909. Has Global Warming Stopped?
  910. King Harold of England and King Harald of Norway in 1066 AD
  911. The Division of the Binding Energy of the Alpha Particle, the Helium 4 Nuclide, Between That Due to the Strong Force and That Due to Nucleon Spin Pair Formation
  912. A Quasi-Derivation of the Schroedinger Equation
  913. The Digit Sum Arithmetic of Exponentiation
  914. nThe Digit Sum of a Number to Base 10 is Equivalent to Its Remainder Upon Division by 9
  915. On the Relatively High Binding Energy of the Alpha Particle
  916. Revision of the Estimates of the Parameters of the Nuclear Force Formula based upon the Separation Distance of the Centers of the Nucleons in a Deuteron
  917. The Estimation of the Enhancement of Binding Energy Due to the Formation of a Neutron-Proton Pair
  918. The Estimation of the Enhancement of Binding Energy Due to the Formation of Nucleonic Pairs
  919. The Division of the Binding Energy of the Helium 3 Nuclide Between That Due to the Strong Force and That Due to Nucleon Spin Pair Formation
  920. The Division of the Binding Energy of the Triteron Between That Due to the Strong Force and That Due to Nucleon Spin Pair Formation
  921. A Revision of the Estimates of the Parameters of the Nuclear Force Formula based upon the Difference in the Nucleonic Charge of the Neutron Compared to the Proton With the Results Applied to the Estimation of the Binding Energy of the formation of a Neutron-Proton Spin Pair
  922. An Investigation of Whether a Titius-Bode Type Relation Exists for the Satellites of Neptune
  923. The Average Global Temperature Over the Past Decade
  924. Titius-Bode type Relationships for Solar and Extra-Solar Planetary Systems
  925. The Universality of the Titius-Bode Type Relationship for Planets and Satellites and their Order Number
  926. An Investigation of a Titius-Bode Type Relation for the Planets of the Star HD10180
  927. The Real Numbers Are Not Enough: The Need for More Numbers (the Hyperreals) to Label Ordered Sets
  928. The Influence of Additional Neutrons on the Incremental Structural Binding Energies of Alpha Particles in the Third and Second Shells
  929. The Influence of Additional Neutrons on the Incremental Structural Binding Energies of Alpha Particles in the Fourth Shell
  930. The Influence of Additional Neutrons on the Incremental Structural Binding Energies of Alpha Particles in the Fifth Shell
  931. The Incremental Structural Binding Energies of Alpha Particles in Nuclides With Varying Numbers of Additional Neutron Pairs
  932. A Statistical Review of Current Economic Conditions in the U.S. (February 2011)
  933. The Structural Binding Energies of Nuclides and the Effect of an Error in the Mass of a Neutron on Their Computation
  934. The Structural Binding Energies of the Alpha Nuclides as a Function of their Limited Range Intra- and Intershell Interactions
  935. The Structural Binding Energies of the Alpha Nuclides as a Function of their Intra- and Intershell Interactions
  936. The Attraction/Repulsion of Alpha Particles for Each Other and for Neutrons
  937. The Force due to a Distributed Charges Compared to the Force that Would Come from the Charges Concentrated at the Center
  938. Estimation of the Nucleonic Charge of a Neutron Relative to That of a Proton
  939. The Testing of the Nucleonic Charge Hypothesis
  940. The Net Force Between Alpha Particles and other Substructures of Nuclei
  941. The Substructures of Nuclei and Their Interactions
  942. The Evidence for the Formation of Nucleon Spin Pairs in Nuclei
  943. More Evidence for the Substructured Model of Nuclei
  944. Investigations of the Radii of Shells of Alpha Particles in Nuclei
  945. The Number of Interactions and the Incremental Structural Binding Energies of Alpha Particles in Nuclides
  946. The Binding Energies of Small Nuclides
  947. A Comparison of the Effects of a Neutron and a Proton on the Structural Binding Energies of Alpha Nuclides
  948. The Ehrenfest Theorem: Its Nature and Proof
  949. The Structural Binding Energy of Nuclides as a Function of the Number of Alpha Particles and the Excess Neutrons and Protons They Contain
  950. The Effects of an Extra Neutron or Extra Proton on the Structural Binding Energies of Alpha Particles
  951. The Lives of the Rich and Powerful at the Time of the Creation of the Roman Empire
  952. The Statistical Analysis of Oceanic Oscillations
  953. The Effect of Excess Neutrons on the Incremental Structural Binding Energies of Alpha Particles in Nuclides
  954. What Happened to the Leaders of the Attempted Coup d'Etat in the Soviet Union in 1991?
  955. Neutron Stars: Figments of Astronomers' Imaginations?
  956. The Incremental Structural Binding Energies of Alpha Particles in Nuclides
  957. The Spatial Structure of Nuclei
  958. The Timeline of the Life of Marcus Antonius (Mark Antony)
  959. The Density of Nuclear Matter
  960. On the Spatial Structure of Nuclear Shells
  961. The Dimensionality of Nucleon Shells
  962. The Story of the Herodian Line of Rulers in Palestine
  963. The Timeline of the Life of Octavian, Caesar Augustus
  964. A Timeline of the Life of Julius Caesar
  965. The Timeline of the Life of Cleopatra
  966. The Strong Force Between Nucleons: A Review of the Hypothesis that All Nucleon Pairs Involve Attraction
  967. The DigitSum of a Number and Its Remainder for Division by Nine
  968. An Explanation of the Slow Retrograde Rotation of Venus
  969. The Role of the Decline in Investment in Recessions
  970. The Nature and Immediate Cause of Recessions: The Collapse of Business Investment
  971. The Average Global Temperature Over the Past Decade
  972. The Ergodicity Problem in Climatology
  973. The Dimensional Analysis of the Expansion of the Fireball of an Explosion
  974. The Quantum Mechanics of a Pseudo-deuteron: Two Protons and an Electron
  975. The Puzzle and Explanation of Negative Ions
  976. The Flatness of the Underside of Clouds
  977. Remainders and Representations: Simple Applications of Number Theory
  978. Fermat's Little Theorem
  979. Forces, Charges and Potential Energies in Systems of Particles
  980. The Relative Magnitudes of the Forces Involved in the Three Types of Nucleonic Interactions
  981. An Investigation of What Binding Energies of Nuclides Imply About Their Spatial Structure
  982. The Cohort Projection Model Including Marital Status
  983. The Interesting Properties of 1001, Scheherezade's Number
  984. Some History of Climate Computing
  985. The Quarkic Source of the Mutual Repulsion of Like Nucleons and Attraction of Unlike Nucleons
  986. The Statistical Explanation of the Binding Energy of Nuclides in Terms of Nuclear Substructures
  987. The Global Course of Production Recovery from the 2008-2009 Recession
  988. Evidence for Alpha Particle Substructures in Nuclides
  989. The Cayley-Hamilton Theorem: Its Nature and Its Proof
  990. Theorems Concerning the Existence of Solutions to Systems of Ordinary Differential Equations
  991. Bonds, Pairing and Binding Energies Among the Small Nuclides
  992. The Explanation for the Jump in Incremental Binding Energy of Neutrons When the Number of Protons Equals or Exceeds the Number of Neutrons
  993. The Structure and Binding Energy of the H3 (Tritium) and He3 Nuclides
  994. Energy Transitions: Electrostatic and Gravitational
  995. The Statistical Explanation of the Relationship Between Incremental Binding Energy and the Proton Number for all Nuclides
  996. The Absence of Higher Energy States for the Deuteron
  997. The Deuteron, the Virial Theorem, the Nuclear Strong Force and the Mass of the Neutron
  998. An Euler-type Theorem for Exponentially Weighted Homogeneous Functions
  999. The Quantum Mechanics of One Electron Systems
  1000. The Dynamics of a Deuteronic System with an Exponentially Weighted Central Force
  1001. The Trajectories of Particles in a Deuteronic System Under a Central Force
  1002. Energy Relationships in a Model of a Deuteron with a Nuclear Strong Force that is an Exponentially Weighted Inverse Distance Squared Law
  1003. The Nuclear Strong Force Between Protons is Repulsion, Just as is that of the Electrostatic Force
  1004. The Statistical Explanation of the Relationship Between Incremental Binding Energy and the Proton Number of a Nuclide
  1005. The Incremental Binding Energy versus Proton Number at the Transition to a Higher Neutron Shell
  1006. The Relationships of Incremental Binding Energies of the Neutrons in the Third Neutron Shell to the Number of Protons in the Nuclide
  1007. On the Extention of the Bohr Model to Nuclides
  1008. The Functional Form of the Relationship Between the Incremental Binding Energy of Neutrons and the Net Attractive Force They Are Subject To
  1009. A Generalization of the Bohr model for Hydrogen-like Atoms and Ions for Application to the Structure of Nuclei
  1010. Neutrons repel each other, as do protons. Nuclei are held together by the attractions of neutrons and protons.
  1011. Empirical Relationships for the Ionization Potentials of the First Three Electrons in the Fifth Shell of Atoms and Ions
  1012. Empirical Relationships for the Ionization Potentials of Atoms and Ions
  1013. An Investigation of the Empirical Relationships for the Ionization Potentials
  1014. The Ionization Potentials and Shielding of the First Five Electrons in the Fourth Shell
  1015. The Ionization Potentials and Shielding of the Eight Electrons in the Third Shell
  1016. The Ionization Potentials and Shielding of the Eight Electrons in the Second Shell
  1017. The Ionization Potentials and Shielding of the First Two Electrons in the Third Shell
  1018. The Ionization Potentials and Shielding of Electrons in the Second Shell
  1019. The Ionization Potentials and Shielding of Electrons in the First Shell
  1020. Further Investigation of the Ionization Potentials of Atoms and Atomic Ions
  1021. The Explanation of the Ionization Potentials of Atoms and Atomic Ions
  1022. Nucleonic Balance and the Binding Energies of Nuclides
  1023. The Discovery of the Family-hood of Most of the Languages of Europe, Iran and North India
  1024. The Word Order Typology of Languages
  1025. An Explanation for the Binding Energies of the Helium 4 (alpha particle), the Hydrogen 2 (deuteron) and Hydrogen 3 (triteron) nuclides
  1026. The Incremental Binding Energy of Small Nuclides
  1027. The Increment in Binding Energy Due to the Formation of Nucleon Pairs
  1028. The Quantum Mechanics of Systems of Two Nucleonic Clusters: The General Case
  1029. The Quantum Mechanics of Systems of Nucleonic Clusters
  1030. The Structures and Binding Energies of the Triteron (H3) and He3 Nuclides
  1031. The Distribution of Separation Distances of Particles in a Spherical Shell
  1032. Polyhedra with Three Types of Faces and One Type of Vertex
  1033. The Polyhedral Structure of Nuclear Shells
  1034. The Correct Diagnosis of the Source of the Cholera Epidemics of London and Its Belated Implementation
  1035. The Regularities of the Platonic and Archimedean Polyhedra
  1036. The Algebraic Determination of the Structures of Polyhedra
  1037. On the Algebraic Determination of the Structure of Polyhedra
  1038. The Analogues of the Dual Theorem of Euler's Twelve Pentagon Theorem
  1039. Euler-type Theorems Concerning the Number of Polygons of Polyhedra
  1040. The Euler-Poincare Characteristic of Conjoined Polyhedra
  1041. Proof That There Are Only Five Platonic Polyhedra
  1042. The Theorem Dual to Euler's Twelve Pentagon Theorem
  1043. The Nature of Mass
  1044. Euler's Theorem Concerning Polyhedra Composed of Pentagons and Hexagons: There Must Be Exactly 12 Pentagons
  1045. The Energies Involved in the Formation of Nucleon Pairs
  1046. The Magicality of 6 and 14 Nucleon Numbers; Also That of 8 and 20
  1047. The Variability of the Area of Arctic Sea Ice Throughout the Year
  1048. The Shape of a Rotating Fluid Mass
  1049. Timeline of the Life of Octavian, Caesar Augustus
  1050. The Force Between Neutral Composite Particles
  1051. The Effects of the Subsidization of a Monopolized Commodity: How Subsidized Healthcare May Bankrupt the Nation
  1052. The True Price of Manufactured Energy
  1053. The Virial Theorem and the Matter of the Origin of the Position Vectors of the Particles
  1054. The Relative Variance of a Binary Function of Random Variables Compared to that of the Corresponding Unary Function
  1055. Élie Cartan's Generalization of the Frenet-Serret Formulas
  1056. Michael Shadid and Cooperative Medical Care
  1057. Cycles in the Annual Changes in Average Global Temperature
  1058. Cycle and Trend Analyses of the Average Annual Global Temperature Data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) 1880-2008) Hadley Climate Research Unit (Hadley CRU) (1850-2008) and NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Science (GISS)(1880-2009)
  1059. The (Re)Nationalization of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac
  1060. The Timeline of the Life of Gaius Julius Caesar
  1061. The Incremental Binding Energy Profiles for Some Heavy Elements
  1062. Cycles and Trends in the Hadley Climate Research Unit Data on Average Global Temperature and Their Projection
  1063. Cycles and Trends in the Goddard Institute for Space Science (GISS) Data on Average Global Temperature and Their Projection
  1064. The Deuteron, the Virial Theorem and the Allocation of Potential Energy Loss Between Increased Kinetic Energy and Energy of Photon Emission
  1065. The Virial Theorem: Its Explanation, Proof, Application and Limitations
  1066. The Derivation of Estimates of the Parameters of the Nuclear Force Formula from the Best Estimate of the Separation Distance of the Centers of the Nucleons in a Deuteron
  1067. Community Reinvestment Act of 1977
  1068. A Cycle and Trend Analysis of the Average Annual Global Temperature Data from NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Science for 1880 through 2009
  1069. Where Has the Buying Power from Increased U.S. Production Gone?
  1070. A Cycle and Trend Analysis of the Average Annual Global Temperature Data from the Hadley Climate Research Unit of the University of East Anglia for 1850 through 2008
  1071. The Estimation of the Parameters of a Levy-Stable Probability Distribution for the JISAO Arctic Oscillation Index
  1072. The Inappropriateness of Applying Normal Statistics to Weather Phenomena in Assessing Normal Variations
  1073. Some Statistical Characteristics of the Arctic Oscillation Index 1899 to 2001
  1074. Some Statistical Investigations of the El Niñ Southern Oscillation Phenomenon
  1075. A Cyclic Pattern in the North Atlantic Oscillation Index and Its Correspondence With Average Global Temperature
  1076. A Major Source of the Near-Sixty Year Cycle in Average Global Temperatures is the Pacific (Multi)Decadal Oscillation
  1077. Confidence Limits on the Forecasts and Backcast of Average Global Temperature Based Upon Its Trend and Cycles Over the Past 128 Years
  1078. The Errors of Arrhenius
  1079. The Dominance of the Cloud Blanket Effect of Clouds Compared to the Greenhouse Effect in the Atmosphere
  1080. The Decline and Recovery of Summertime Arctic Sea Ice
  1081. Estimating the Parameters of a Bent Line in Regression Analysis
  1082. Cycles and Trends in Average Global Temperature and Their Projection
  1083. The Spectrum of Average Global Temperatures 1855-2003
  1084. Changes in Sea Levels Relative to the Adjacent Land
  1085. The Binding Energies of the Nuclides with 3 to 14 Protons and 3 to 14 Neutrons
  1086. The Binding Energies of the Nuclides with Protons in the 83 to 126 Shell and Neutrons in the 127 to 184 Shell
  1087. The Binding Energies of the Nuclides with Protons in the 15 to 28 Proton Shell and Neutrons in the 15 to 28 Neutron Shell
  1088. The Binding Energies of the Nuclides with Protons in the 83 to 126 Proton Shell and Neutrons in the 83 to 126 Neutron Shell
  1089. The Binding Energies of the Nuclides with 51 to 82 Neutrons and 51 to 82 Protons
  1090. The Binding Energies of the Nuclides with 29 to 50 Neutrons and 29 to 50 Protons
  1091. Diurnal Temperature Profiles
  1092. The Cloud Blanket Effect Compared to the Greenhouse Effect in the Atmosphere
  1093. Models of Neutron and Proton Shells and Their Statistical Performance Explaining Binding Energies
  1094. Planning versus Performance Evolution
  1095. Cities as Superorganisms
  1096. An Alpha Particle Version of the Nuclear Shell Model and Its Statistical Performance Explaining Binding Energies
  1097. The Forces Between Protons at Nuclear Distances
  1098. The Effect of Autocorrelated Heat Flows on the Spectrum of Temperature
  1099. The Political Pursuit of a Doomsday Scenario
  1100. A Possible Error in the Mass of a Neutron and Its Implication for the Binding Energies of Nuclides
  1101. The Timeline of the Life of Cleopatra
  1102. A Derivation of Beer's Law
  1103. The Role of Anthropogenic Water Vapor in Earth's Climate
  1104. The Gravity Due to a Collection of Objects and Its Approximation
  1105. The Global Impact of the 2008-2009 Recession
  1106. Observational Errors and Global Average Temperature Statistics
  1107. The North Pacific Oscillation: Theory and Observation
  1108. The North Atlantic Oscillation: Theory and Observation
  1109. The AMA and Medical Education
  1110. The End of the Recession or the End of Reliable Economic Statistics?
  1111. The Molecular Greenhouse Gas Composition of the Atmosphere Taking into Account Vertical Variation
  1112. The Effects of Group Payment versus Individual Payment on Demand and Prices in Competitive and Monopolistic Markets
  1113. The AMA and Prepaid Medical Plans
  1114. The AMA and Price Discrimination in Medical Care
  1115. The Baader-Meinhof Gang and its Film Depiction (Baader Meinhof Complex)
  1116. The Stationarity or Non-Stationary of Average Global Temperature
  1117. Uncertainty in Climate Model Projections
  1118. Meaningful Healthcare Reform Would Start With Training Twice as Many Physicians
  1119. Bonds and Binding Energies of Small Nuclides
  1120. The Social Cost of Oligopolistic Pricing
  1121. The Social Costs of the Medical Cartels
  1122. The Nature of the Dependence of Equilibrium Temperature on the Concentration of Greenhouse Gases
  1123. The Nature of the Dependence of Temperature on the Concentration of Greenhouse Gases
  1124. The Monthly Variation in Global Average Temperature
  1125. The Correlation of Variables Which Are the Cumulative Sums of Random Disturbances
  1126. The Effects of Additional Positive Charges on the Binding Energies of Nuclides
  1127. Uncertainty of Binding Energies
  1128. Economic History of Beijing
  1129. The Quantum Mechanics of a Particle in a Central Force Field
  1130. The Effect of the Electrostatic Force in Nuclear Structure
  1131. A Shell Occupancy Model of Incremental Binding Energies of Nuclides
  1132. The Effect on Binding Energy of Additional Nucleon Pairs to Alpha Nuclides
  1133. The Formation of Alpha Particles and Other Substructures in Nuclei
  1134. Binding Energies of Mirror Nuclides
  1135. The Specification of a Statistical Function for the Binding Energies of Nuclides
  1136. Estimates of the Binding Energies of Nucleon Pairs
  1137. The Structural Binding Energies of Alpha Nuclides and the Statistical Explanation of the Binding Energies of All Nuclides
  1138. The Structural Binding Energies of Nuclides and the Effects of Additional Neutrons (Version 2)
  1139. The Effect of a Proton-Neutron Pair on the Excess Binding Energy of Nuclides, version 2
  1140. The Structural Binding Energies of Nuclides and the Effects of Additional Neutrons
  1141. The Statistical Estimation of the Parmeters of the Binding Energy Functions for Nuclides
  1142. The Effect on Binding Energy of the Addition of Four-Nucleon Combinations to Alpha Nuclides
  1143. Estimation of the Binding Energies of a Neutron Pair and a Neutron Quartet
  1144. Excess Binding Energies of Nuclides Based Upon a Model of Alpha Particle Substructures of Nuclei
  1145. The Catastrophic Collapse of Investment in Plant and Equipment in 2008-2009: Now the wolf really is at the door!
  1146. The Contrived Nature of the Current Recession
  1147. A Statistical Review of Current Economic Conditions (May 2009)
  1148. The Nature, Causes and Remedies of the Employment Recession
  1149. The Nature and Origin of the Subprime Mortgage Crisis
  1150. The Nature of the Mass Deficits of Nuclei
  1151. The Spectrum of Two Particle Systems
  1152. The genealogy of the Java programming language
  1153. Distributions of Sample Maximums
  1154. Real Numbers as Dedekind Cuts
  1155. Gravity in Curved Space
  1156. The Area of an (n-1)-Dimensional Subsphere in Terms of the Arc Distance in the n-Dimensional Sphere
  1157. A Statistical Review of the Current Economic Conditions (January 2009)
  1158. The Impact of the Tax Rebates of 2008
  1159. The Nature and Origin of the Subprime Mortgage Crisis
  1160. Recession 2008? Timing and Terminology
  1161. Real Numbers as Partitions of the Ordered Field of Rational Numbers (Dedekind Cuts)
  1162. Gravitational Force in a Thin Disk of Matter
  1163. The Formation of a Planet Near a Resonance Band
  1164. The Structure of Planetary and Satellite Systems
  1165. A Derivation of a Titius-Bode Type Relation for the Planets of the Solar System, Version 2
  1166. The Spectrum of Temperature Anomalies for a Radiating Surface
  1167. A Derivation of a Titius-Bode Type Relation for the Planets of the Solar System
  1168. Mass in Galaxies: On the Existence of Dark Matter
  1169. The Regularities of the Binding Energies of Nuclides
  1170. The Characteristic Function of Algebraic Combinations of Random Variables and cumulative Sums of Random Disturbances
  1171. Simple, Yet Amazing Theorems Concerning the Cumulative Curvature of a Curve Between Two Points
  1172. The Nature of Trends in Global Average Temperature
  1173. The Special Significance of the Neutron Number 42 in Nuclear Structure
  1174. The Bohr-Sommerfeld Model and Nuclear Quantification
  1175. The Trajectory of a Nucleon in a Nuclear Force Field
  1176. The Statistical Explanation of the Excess Binding Energy of Nuclides, Version 1
  1177. The Statistical Explanation of the Excess Binding Energy of Nuclides, Version 0
  1178. A Complete Price System as a Mechanism for Using Knowledge
  1179. The Estimation of the Parameters of the Characteristic Function of a Levy-Stable Probability Distribution
  1180. The Relativistic Formulas for Linear and Angular Momenta
  1181. The Internal Dynamics of Two Particle Systems
  1182. The Determination of the Mass of a Neutron
  1183. Quantization of Particle Energy Characteristics in a Central Force Field, Including Their Rest Masses
  1184. A Near Complete Explanation of the Nuclear Magic Numbers
  1185. The Source of Binding Energy in Nuclides
  1186. The Effect of a Neutron Pair on the Excess Binding Energy of Nuclides
  1187. The Effect of a Proton-Neutron Pair on the Excess Binding Energy of Nuclides
  1188. Further Investigation of Alpha Particle Substructures in Nuclei, Part II
  1189. The Economic Effect of Alternate Sources of Energy
  1190. The Radii of Atomic and Nuclear Shells and the Form of the Relationship Between Incremental Binding Energy and the Number of Neutrons in Nuclides
  1191. The Drop in the Incremental Increases in Binding Energy of Nuclides at the Magic Numbers of Neutrons
  1192. Quantitative Analysis of Relationships Concerning Binding Energy and Number of Neutrons in Nuclides for the Various Nuclear Shells
  1193. On The Reduction of a Distributed Force to a Point Force
  1194. Quantitative Analysis of Relationships Concerning Binding Energy and Number of Neutrons for the 50-t0-82 Neutron Shell
  1195. A Preliminary Investigation of Nuclear Properties Based Upon a Model of Shell Occupancy
  1196. Quantization in a Central Force Field, Revised Version
  1197. The Number 126 as a Magic Number for Neutrons
  1198. The Analysis of the Impact of Additional Neutrons on the Binding Energy of Nuclides and the Matter of Magic Numbers, Part 2
  1199. The Relationship Between the Incremental Binding Energy and the Number of Additional Neutrons in a Nuclide
  1200. The Analysis of the Impact of Additional Neutrons on the Binding Energy of Nuclides and the Matter of Magic Numbers
  1201. The Pattern of the Impact of Additional Neutrons on Binding Energies of Nuclides
  1202. The Differential Impact of Neutrons and Protons on the Binding Energy of Nuclides
  1203. The Differential Impact of Additional Protons and Neutrons on the Binding Energy of Nuclides
  1204. Evidence for Alpha Particle Substructures in Nuclei
  1205. The Net Effect on Binding Energy of the Addition or Subtraction of a Proton or Neutron from Integral Alpha Particle Nuclides
  1206. The Effect on Binding Energy of the Addition of a Proton/Neutron Pair to Integral Alpha Particle Nuclides
  1207. The Binding Energies of Integral Alpha Particle Nuclides
  1208. The Transliteration of English Text into the Runic Alphabet
  1209. The Transliteration of English Text into the Russian Cyrillic Alphabet
  1210. The Transliteration of English Text into the Greek Alphabet
  1211. Absorber Dispersion and the Absorption of Radiation
  1212. Quantization in a Central Force Field
  1213. Models of Nuclear Structure
  1214. The Enigma of the Mass Deficits of Nuclei
  1215. An Analysis of the Quantum States of the Deuteron Using Methods Derived from the Old Quantum Physics of Niels Bohr
  1216. The Relativistic Bohr Model of Hydrogen
  1217. The Euler-Poincare Characteristic of Strip and Straps: Open, Closed and Mobius
  1218. The Evaluation of the integral ∫r∞(exp(-z)/z²)dz
  1219. A Model of Negative Mass
  1220. Insolation (solar energy input) as a Function of Latitude and Season
  1221. The Yukawa Relation and Its Extension
  1222. The Yukawa Relation of Particle Mass and Spatial Scale for the Nuclear Force
  1223. The Political, Cultural and Economic History of Pakistan
  1224. The General Characteristics of the Trajectories of Particles Moving in a Central Force Field
  1225. The Prices of Pharmaceuticals and their Relation to Costs, Risks, Patent Policy
  1226. The Constants of Force Formulas in Relation to hc, the Product of Planck's Constant and the Speed of Light
  1227. Noether's Theorem and its Proof
  1228. Infinitely Iterated Complex Exponentiation
  1229. Infinitely Iterated Exponentiation
  1230. Medical Costs and the Impact of the Subsidization of a Cartelized Industry
  1231. The Impact of a Tax or Subsidy on Prices in a Market with a Protected Monopoly
  1232. The Distribution of Residence Times for a Variable
  1233. Apparent Trends in Variables Which are the Cumulative Sum of Random Disturbances
  1234. A Statistical Review of Current Economic Conditions (April 2008)
  1235. Statistical Tests for the Normality of the Distribution of Annual Changes in Global Average Temperatures
  1236. The Discreteness of Clouds
  1237. The Nature of the Dependence of the Expected Value of Sample Maximums on Sample Size
  1238. The Expected Value of Sample Maximums as a Function of Sample Size
  1239. The Mid-Pacific Thermal Vent
  1240. An Explanation of the Paths of Tornadoes
  1241. The Recurvature of the Paths of Cyclones Due to Their Forced Precession with the Rotation of the Earth
  1242. The Dynamics of Northeasters and Other Extratropical Cyclones
  1243. How the Use of Moving Averages Can Create the Appearance of Confirmation of Theories Where None Exists
  1244. Self-Similar Mathematical Structures
  1245. Srinivasa Ramanujan: A Mathematician Brilliant Beyond Comparison
  1246. The Distribution of Sample Maximums as a Function of Sample Size for an Unbounded Distribution
  1247. Power Dissipation in Cyclones Such as Hurricanes, Typhoons and Tornadoes
  1248. The Euler Poincaré Characteristic for Different Dimensions of Geometric Figures
  1249. The Euler Poincaré Characteristic of Polyhedral Solids
  1250. The Euler Characteristic of Polyhedra
  1251. The Changes in the Vertical Temperature Profile of the Atmosphere
  1252. Energy Efficiency and Lower Energy Use: Sense or Nonsense?
  1253. The Derivation of the Rutherford Scattering Formula Allowing for Target Recoil
  1254. The Clausius-Clapeyron Equation:
    Its Derivation and Application
  1255. Global Warming and the Frequency and Intensities of Tropical Cyclones
    (Hurricanes and Typhoons) and Tornadoes
  1256. The Derivation of the Rutherform Scattering Formula and Its Generalization
  1257. The Collapse of the Cod Fishery of the Grand Banks
  1258. The Magic Numbers of Nuclear Structure
  1259. Titius-Bode-Type Rules for Planetary Satellite Systems
  1260. The Acquisition of Rotation by a Contracting Feature in a Revolving System
  1261. An Explanation for the Masses of the Planets
  1262. The Formation of the Planets and Their Acquistion of Rotation in a Planetary Sweep of the Solar Ring About the Sun
  1263. The Potential Function for the Nuclear Force
  1264. The Derivation of the Parameters of the Nuclear Force from the Properties of the Deuteron
  1265. The Hayami-Peterson Measure of the Social Loss Due to Inaccurate Crop Forecasts
  1266. The Structure and Binding Energy of the Tritium Nucleus
  1267. The Asian Parallels of the Decorative Art of the Northwest Pacific Coast Amerindians
  1268. An Introduction to Tensor Analysis
  1269. Statistical Characteristics of Global Temperatures
  1270. Color Mutations of Mondrian Abstracts
  1271. Statistical Considerations for Variables Which are the Cumulative Sums of Random Disturbances
  1272. Statistical Test of the Global Warming Hypothesis
  1273. The Spectra of Various Transformations of White Noise
  1274. The Effect of Averaging Variables Which are the Cumulative Sum of Random Disturbances
  1275. When West Berkeley was Finntown
  1276. Surface Temperature Trends of the North America
  1277. Trends and the Stochastic Structure of Temperature and Other Variables Which are the Cumulative Sum of Random Disturbances Which are Serially Correlated
  1278. Line Shape Functions for the Absorption Spectra of Gases
  1279. Nonlinearity and Overlap in the Greenhouse Effect
  1280. An Extension of the Energy Balance Model of Climate
  1281. The Early History of the Role of Carbon Dioxide in Climate Change
  1282. The Absorption Spectra of Gases
  1283. Trends and the Stochastic Structure of Temperature Statistics
  1284. The Trends in the Temperature of the Greenland Region
  1285. Global Warming and the Thermohaline Circulation:
    A negative feedback mechanism
  1286. Global Warming on Venus in Perspective
  1287. The Limits to Animal Scale
  1288. A Coupled Short and Long Wavelength Analysis of the Vertical Temperature Profile of the Atmosphere Established by the Greenhouse Effect
  1289. How North Vietnam Won the War
  1290. The Vertical Temperature Profile Created by Absorption and Emission of Radiant Energy in a Spherical Atmosphere
  1291. The Vertical Temperature Profile Established by the Greenhouse Effect
  1292. Backcasting as a Test of the Validity of Climate Projection Models
  1293. The Roots of Austrian Economics in the Spanish Scholastics of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries
  1294. The Molecular Composition of the Atmosphere
  1295. The Direct and Indirect Effects of Increased Carbon Dioxide on Plant Growth
  1296. The Changes in the Vertical Temperature Profile of the Atmosphere
  1297. The Golem Legend
  1298. The Validation of the Climatological Models Used by the Intergovernmetal Panel on Climate Change (IGCC)
  1299. Sea Ice: North, South and Global
  1300. A Regional/Subregional Model of Economic Impacts
  1301. The Simultaneous Determination of Latitudinal Temperature Gradient and Heat Flux
  1302. Hyperinflation in Brazil, 1980-1994
  1303. Hyperinflation in Zaire
  1304. Does the Rising or Falling of an Air Parcel Generate Vorticity?
  1305. The Nuclear Force and Its Potential Compared to the Electrostatic Force and Potential
  1306. Centers of Mass in the Solar System
  1307. The City of Timbuktu (Tombouctou), Mali
  1308. The History of Optical Glass
  1309. My Webpages with Top Ranking on Google Searches for Their Topics
  1310. The Identification of the Botanical Source of Soma/Hoama, the Sacred Hallucigen of Ancient India and Iran
  1311. The Probability Distribution of the Sample Median as a Function of Sample Size
  1312. The Scaling of Sample Extremes as a Function of Sample Size
  1313. The Sex Ratio of Human Births
  1314. The Statistical Dynamics of the Sex Ratio
  1315. The Win Ratio in Statistical Competitions
  1316. The Political Economic History of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (Zaire)
  1317. The Recession of 1980-82 in the U.S.
  1318. The Recession of 1974-1975 in the U.S.
  1319. The Spectrum of Helium
  1320. The Stern Review on the Economics of Climate Change
  1321. The Role of Water Vapor in the Earth's Climatology
  1322. Saturation, Nonlinearity and Overlap in the Radiative Efficiencies of Greenhouse Gases
  1323. Melting Ice and the Sea Level
  1324. The Multimodality of a Probability Distribution Function in General and the Levy Stable Distributions in Particular
  1325. The Generation of Random Variables Having Levy-Stable Distributions
  1326. The Economic History of the Erie Canal
  1327. The Velocity Profile of Astronomical Structures
  1328. D'Arcy Thompson's Scaling Analysis of Flight
  1329. The Effect of Imperfect Capital Markets on Macroeconomic Consumption
  1330. Studies Concerning the Nuclear Force
  1331. The Energy Spectra of Electron and Positron Beta-Decay
  1332. The Distribution of Energies of Leptons Expelled from Nuclei
  1333. An Analysis of the Deuteron Using Methods Derived from the Old Quantum Physics of Niels Bohr
  1334. Extensions of the Bohr Analysis of Quantization
  1335. The Economic History of Seattle
  1336. The Economic History of Burkina Faso
  1337. Comparisons of the Sizes of Bodies in the Solar System
  1338. Digit Sum Arithmetic
  1339. Longevity and Animal Scale
  1340. The Economic Cost of a Rise in Sea Levels

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