About:Jessica DiBacco presents the Science of nature as art, and, with seven books at seven leve...
Jessica DiBacco presents the Science of nature as art, and, with seven books at seven leve...View More
Description: "Differences in Time",Poetic Empiricist's longest book, begins with the formation of the solar system, details Earth’s history, sequences through the unfolding of diverse life, and explores what it is to be human. It covers a vast array of various science topics, history, and psychology; it even touches on death, consciousness and the soul. (50+ min)
Description: (Epilogue to "Differences in Time") An electric signal is sent as thoughts transpire, this measureable impulse is how thought sparks fire. Thoughts are powerful as energy makes them a thing. What you send out determines what the return will bring. Whether we’re believers of nothing, God, or Science, we’re participants in the universal conscious.
Description: In this world of illusion, everything can be made to seem opposite, conflicting. It causes confusion in those who are made to choose between things they can see are equally valid and valuable. Are Science and God opposed? Are the religions really that different? What is the reality of the whole picture in a larger frame?
Pulling from my own Poetic Empiricist books, "Differences in Time" and "Thought Sparks Fire", as well as various inspirational sources, Live 3D delineates the peaceful unity that exists among all things.
Description: Here we have a box, just like a compound, this box weighs no less than whatever is inside of it. If you know the weight of all the things inside the box, you know how much it weighs. The reactants in a chemical reaction will form a product and this compound or compounds will have a weight equal to the reactants. In the same way, we figure out the weight of a compound by adding the weight of its atoms. Once we establish a weight for a compound, we can use it for rate calculations. For example, if we know one unit of a product weighs 500g, then 2,000g would be 4 units. If we wanted to know how much 75 units weighs, it would be 75 * 500g which is 37,500g.