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Robert Hooke e o problema da gera??o espontanea no século XVII
Almeida, Argus Vasconcelos de;Magalh?es, Francisco de Oliveira;
Scientiae Studia , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1678-31662010000300004
Abstract: this article proposes a rereading of the work micographia by robert hooke. it proposes that the main theme from this book that played a part in 17th century debates about natural history was not the description of the structure of cork, but instead other observations made particularly in sections xix and xliii. in the first, he describes in minute detail the young of an aquatic mosquito culicidae (larva and pupa) and its metamorphosis to the adult stage. in the second, he discusses the problem of spontaneous generation of insects. these observations show that hooke was aware of the great debate taking place in the natural history of the time. he positioned himself clearly on the origin of the "aquatic insect". he acknowledged some cases of spontaneous generation of insects such as "worms" of galls of plants, and the "metamorphosis" of plants in animals. thus, robert hooke, appropriately, can be considered a natural philosopher, who possessed knowledge and ideas in all areas of science of his time, and to which has remarkable contributions.
Hooke's memorandum on the development of orbital dynamics  [PDF]
Michael Nauenberg
Physics , 2005,
Abstract: I discuss a memorandum entitled " A True state of the Case and Controversy between Sir Isaak Newton and Dr. Robert Hooke as the Priority of that Noble Hypothesis of motion of ye Planets about ye Sun as their Centers", where Hooke summarizes his life long contributions to the development of the physics of orbital motion and the universal theory of gravitation
Topology of the elliptical billiard with the Hooke's potential  [PDF]
Milena Radnovic
Physics , 2015, DOI: 10.2298/TAM1501001R
Abstract: Using Fomenko graphs, we present a topological description of the elliptical billiard with Hooke's potential.
Robert Hooke (1635-1703)
Juan Antonio Barcat
Medicina (Buenos Aires) , 2003,
Entrevista a Robert Castel.
Daniel Friedman
Revista de la Asociación Espa?ola de Neuropsiquiatría , 1986,
Abstract: Horno psicológicus. Entrevista a Robert Castel
Some Peculiarities of Newton-Hooke Space-Times  [PDF]
Yu Tian
Physics , 2011, DOI: 10.1142/S0218271811019761
Abstract: Newton-Hooke space-times are the non-relativistic limit of (anti-)de Sitter space-times. We investigate some peculiar facts about the Newton-Hooke space-times, among which the "extraordinary Newton-Hooke quantum mechanics" and the "anomalous Newton-Hooke space-times" are discussed in detail. Analysis on the Lagrangian/action formalism is performed in the discussion of the Newton-Hooke quantum mechanics, where the path integral point of view plays an important role, and the physically measurable density of probability is clarified.
Vilified, Misinterpreted and Celebrated: The Life and Works of Thomas Robert Malthus 1766-1834  [PDF]
Elke Weesjes
United Academics Journal of Social Sciences , 2013,
Abstract: Biography of Thomas Robert Malthus
Robert Havemann (1910-1982) (biography)
Klaus Ruthenberg
Hyle : International Journal for Philosophy of Chemistry , 1998,
Abstract: biography of Robert Havemann (1910-1982)
Yank and Hooke's constant group theoretically  [PDF]
Joachim Nzotungicimpaye
Mathematics , 2002,
Abstract: We study the second central extension of the (1+1) Aristotle Lie.We find that the first central extension admit four orbits on the dual of second central extension of the (1+1) Aristotle Lie group.The generic orbit is characterised by a Hooke's constant k and a yank y.If the physics of the orbit is studied with respect the evolution in time,it represents an elementary system with internal energy U in a posotion-momentum under the conjugation of a Hooke's force and a damping one proportional to the velocity as in particle mechanics.If the physics of the orbit is studied with respect the evolution in space, it represents an elementary system with an internal momentum P under the conjugation of a kind of Hooke's force and a damping one proportional to a slowness, slowness usually used in time travel waves.
Twist deformation of doubly enlarged Newton-Hooke Hopf algebra  [PDF]
Marcin Daszkiewicz
Physics , 2012, DOI: 10.1142/S0217732312500666
Abstract: We provide fifteen twist-deformed doubly enlarged Newton-Hooke quantum space-times. In $\tau$ approaching infinity limit the twisted doubly enlarged Galilei spaces are obtained as well.
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