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"Draga Costel.. Profesorul TIBOR BRAUN de la ELTE Budapesta vrea sa te roage ceva in\ legatura cu Prof Liteanu. Rog da-mi un mail la: peter.gluck@gmail.com sau un bip la 0745-305-273 Multumesc, Peter "
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the essence of human nature

Dear Peter,My most recent blog writing has a part,the last, about THE ESSENCE OF HUMAN NATURE:http://egooutpeters.blogspot.ro/2012/12/is-cold-fusion-natural-essay-in.htmlAny comment welcomePeterSee More
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Vernacular forms of philosophy are involved in every human action; the academic field of philosophy is vast but underpopulated; here we can consider philosophy as a field of research, related academic journals and publishers, and all the modes of communication that can be used to convey philosophical understandingSee More
Dec 10, 2012
Peter Gluck replied to Peter J. Matthews's discussion Reposting comment: the Ego Out blog in the group Research Co-op Bloggers
"Dear Peter, This is old stuff- in meantime I have reported about very important and interesting developments in NEW ENERGY- please visit my blog and read the writing with this label. It is a Now or Never, more precisely a Now for Ever situation. A…"
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Peter Gluck commented on Peter Gluck's blog post Asking for your generous help. dear friends!
"Dear Peter, first of all, I am very indebted for your.I have no idea how many translators in how many languages belong to our community but I hope they will understand how important it is  to solve the real life problems. The choice is:…"
May 13, 2012
Peter J. Matthews commented on Peter Gluck's blog post Asking for your generous help. dear friends!
"Dear Peter, Your rules reflect a very pragmatic perspective on problems in general. I do see a lot of truth in them, and hope others will help you with the translation project. You may a problem with presentation. I suppose you have already…"
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Asking for your generous help. dear friends!

I well knew my project described here is VERY difficult:http://egooutpeters.blogspot.com/2012/02/problem-solving-quasi-desperate-appeal.htmlI wanted my Rules translated in at least 100 languages and I have them in only 18, as it can be seen on my blog or here: …See More
May 12, 2012

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Asking for your generous help. dear friends!

Posted on May 12, 2012 at 22:34 2 Comments

I well knew my project described here is VERY difficult:

http://egooutpeters.blogspot.com/2012/02/problem-solving-quasi-desperate-appeal.html

I wanted my Rules translated in at least 100 languages and I have them in only 18, as it can be seen on my blog or here: …

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At 3:46 on August 20, 2011, Victor Bujor said…

Multumes, pentru aceptul the a corespunde si conecta cu blogul Dvs. Nu pot sa vad blogul acum pentru ca este blocat pe computerul companiei la care muncesc (in Nevada, companie minerit de aur), dar cind vin acasa am sa il accesez pe computerul meu personal.

Thank-you.

At 15:55 on February 13, 2011, Peter J. Matthews said…

Dear Peter,

I work at a museum in Japan that uses large amounts of energy to keep the storage and exhibition areas at constant temperature and humidity. Meanwhile, the flat roof of our building (about 1 ha in area) is painted with black sealant and absorbs heat that has to be removed in the summer, and that is not used effectively in winter.

It would be nice if there was some way of inputting the basic parameters of a structure (horizontal and vertical surface areas, orientation, height, interior air volumes, and geographical location) and then receiving a first approximate recommendation for efficient placement of solar panels, with and without assuming attachment is possible in any part of the structure described.

We need information of this sort as an approximate starting point for discussion with engineers.... specialists would of course quickly be able to assess the situation, but may be self-interested in selling a particular technology.

 

This is possibly a general problem for the effective transfer of knowledge about non-mainstream energy sources.

 
 
 

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