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Mathematical Literature

Then, we calculate the velocity of a point in a state of “rest”: Now, when calculating the forces we will have additional terms: where – the dependence of momentum on the speed – we are interested only version of speed change in magnitude (see Landau and Lifshitz “Classical Theory of Fields” section: ” and momentum), then Then, where (it’s from the same source), and – the time derivative of the formula of addition of velocities. Where the expression for the force (from the same source), a change in velocity value (I will not repeat it). If you take two electrically neutral body and consisting (as we know) of the positive and negative particles. The electrical interaction force between particles of the body and the body is described by a particle (force without considering the recession and the Heisenberg uncertainty). The total force of the impact of all forces f body on one particle is zero. Material point can move as fast, but just as likely to be moving and with speed. Averaging the power of these two velocities will give a residual force. Now let us consider – for speed and equally:

Take a positive direction for and – in the direction of removal, and find the average force: (1) – in this formula – the absolute values, it is clear that, as in the formula line input. This means that the effect on a charged particle two totally electrically neutral particles are not fully compensated. (1) – the residual formula force directed always to approach, much less electric power. Residual force – that force of gravity, which arose due to electrical forces. In fact, this mini unified field theory. This theory is not rejects relativity, because Coulomb’s law does not reject Maxwell’s equations. I want to note: if you take a small scattering of material points, then it can contribute to the explanation of the redshift. Though maybe not significant. References: 1) ld Landau and em Lifshits, “Field Theory”, Moscow home edition physical and mathematical literature, 1967.,

Some Tips to Help Depression And Low Self Confidence

Depression strikes most of us and we can make paralyzed. It is essential to not let that put too much influence on our lives. Practicing the cure for depression is cured in a day of rest. * Have a healthy and balanced breakfast in your robe. * Take a hot shower or sauna.

* Rub your skin with body cream and foot cream foot. * Wear comfortable clothes. * Go for a walk along. * When you come back home, make yourself a cup of hot tea on the St. John’s wort, rosemary or lavender.

* Sit in your favorite chair. * Read a good book or magazine. * Listen to your favorite music. (Must be gay) * Make sure you are hot. Slippers and a blanket can come in handy. * Make sure you have fresh air in the room. Take some deep breaths to fill your lungs. Great self confidence can learn You can learn to have confidence in who you are and what you can do. You can learn to tolerate uncertainty and be sure about what will happen. Some tips: * Write down your positive achievements, all I can remember, education, work, love and relationships (although it ended, we still achieved them), friendships, children, driving license … Look what you have and realize that they have done pretty well. * Write the good things others have said about you. Read through old documents from former employers or teachers that all the states to the strong side. Perhaps he forgot he had them? * Make plans. Ask yourself what you can do. What can change to make things better? List objectives and write a step by step plan on how you will achieve your goals. * Decision. Make a decision that morning to begin to address the first step of the plan. When you read what you wrote you will notice that they have grown and developed over the years. That also means that you can grow and develop further. Ingela Berger started her own Internet business in 2003 out of a desire to inspire and encourage others to realize their dreams of a personal, healthy lifestyle and full. Ingela has studied theater directing, art history and psychology of leadership. After several years of working with art exhibitions and theater that is now back in school to become a consultant on health and lifestyle.