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Interestingly, we also find that the twist-only-wing TOW model recovers much of the performance of the OBW, demonstrating that wing-twist, and not camber is key to forward flight in these insects. The implications of this on the design of flapping wing micro-aerial vehicles are discussed. Introduction Insect wings deform to varying degrees during flapping flight, and the kinematics of wing deformation  —  as well the underlying structural features  ,  have been investigated in a variety of species.
Chordwise deformation resulting in a time-varying camber is found in most insects including hoverflies  , bumblebees  and moths  , . Spanwise deformation in the form of wing-twist has also been reported in large insects such as locusts . Butterflies, which have some of the largest wings among insects, exhibit noticeable chordwise and spanwise deformation .
Despite many efforts to characterize the deformation modes of insect wings and their relation to the inertial and aeroelastic loads experienced by the wings during flight, studies directly quantifying both the deformation and its effect on the aerodynamic forces produced by the wings, remain rare. Since the inclusion of wing deformation increases the complexity of the analysis, most studies of the aerodynamics of insect flight assume the wings to be rigid and flat e.
Some studies have introduced flexibility by varying the flexural stiffness of a flat plate  ,  while others used deformable wing models with simplified structural elements  , . These approaches help quantify the aerodynamic effects of deformation, but may not reproduce the types of deformation exhibited by insect wings. To more directly address the effects of camber and twist deformation, Du and Sun  constructed a flexible-wing model for hoverflies Eristalis tenax, Linnaeus , assuming an approximately linear spanwise wing-twist and a wing camber that was uniform across the span and constant during each half-stroke.
Their model showed that camber is more important than wing-twist in determining the aerodynamic performance in the hovering flight of hoverflies.
When Benjamin Franklin harvested electricity from lightening and Thomas Edison made the first commercial light bulb, everything changed. Given that the physical universe which looks and feels so real to us is actually a unique holographic projection from our own brain, the author examines various models for life and living that are very different than what we have been told and taught.
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Amit Goswami is quoted as saying. It is not. Quantum Physics has been so clear about it. Get A Copy. Kindle Edition , pages. Published first published September 30th More Details Other Editions 3. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. The author speaks of forgoing judgment. If so, why are people giving ratings?
Are these not judgments? Stephen Davis Very definitely they are judgments, which I am not asking for.
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Sort order. Aug 20, Trish rated it really liked it. I think you have to read this with an open mind.
If I had not already started down this path, I might have been offended. The idea is that it gets you thinking. The fact that I have already experienced other books because of this one, makes it worth reading. Mar 31, Luap Snamlaa rated it it was amazing Shelves: Absolutely brilliant book and for me a logical step to make after all the new age stuff.
I'm in the cocoon and loving it!! Open your mind for a new approach on spirituality. Sep 20, Gregory Stuart rated it did not like it Recommends it for: New-Age Theists. I finished the book, only because I really wanted to know if there were any intelligent points in the second half: The second half of the book was, for me, absolute torture. I read it fast. Every chapter in the second half was worse than the previous one.
I actually liked the first part of the book, in which the author discusses a lot of science that I know and appreciate - science that offers clues to a counter-intuitive reality - but, unfortunately, I absolutely HATED this book. I actually liked the first part of the book, in which the author discusses a lot of science that I know and appreciate - science that offers clues to a counter-intuitive reality - but, unfortunately, the author's conclusions from the science are absolute tripe.
Here is my summary of the author's conclusions about reality: If you have a "personal jesus," or wish you did, this book might speak to you.
For me, a spiritually-enlightened realist, critical thinker, scientific skeptic, atheist-Buddhist, the concept of a personal deity and the concept that our universe is not real is not only intolerable but absolutely ignorant.
Davis explicitly refuses to acknowledge that his worldview is solipsism. View all 3 comments. Jun 24, Michael rated it did not like it Shelves: I'm half way through and I can't read this anymore.
I don't want to waste my time reading this. What I've read so far, I think it is complete and utter non-sense. That isn't it. I'm not receiving it because I think his theory which he states as fact is completely and utterly fals I'm half way through and I can't read this anymore.
I'm not receiving it because I think his theory which he states as fact is completely and utterly false. I don't even want to take the time to list the falsehoods up to the point that I have read, and therefore I can't continue. It's books like this that make me want to write my own book on theories of life and existence. I'm not going to write anymore, because the way the book was written there is a reason and why for everything that I just wrote and how it can be explained away. I can't win.
But then the point isn't to win. It is to experience. In that you are correct. I did forget. There was one interesting bit of a study that showed the brain actually makes decisions before we consciously are aware of them. That is significant and puts a new spin on things. Too bad the other is just full of too many falsehoods to even tolerate it. View all 12 comments.
Very comprehensive, well researched, and I have met the author personally on his Holographic Universe Workshops in Ibiza in July This course is now online for free too at http: People can formulate their own ideas on his work, but for me, it was useful and informative, and based on science. I find the book useful for reference.
And no one should complain because he did all the work for free. Even Very comprehensive, well researched, and I have met the author personally on his Holographic Universe Workshops in Ibiza in July Even the workshops were free. View all 5 comments. Jul 09, Aniadayahu rated it did not like it Recommends it for: New Age folk.
I enjoyed the scientific information he shared early on in the book but I did not understand how that connected with anything he had to prove. He spends all this time talking about quantum mechanics and then comes up with a theory that seems completely unrelated to me. As a result, its sort of seems like bullshit.
The ideas by themselves are very I enjoyed the scientific information he shared early on in the book but I did not understand how that connected with anything he had to prove. The ideas by themselves are very different and I am open to learning about, however it seems as if he contradicts himself many times especially about the connection between "Infinite I's" and humans.
He says they are connected like a toe to a body, then later This was annoying. His talk about Infinite I's taking Earth life for a game I wonder if there is anything that could be more foolish? That he went as far as to make up a conversation to explain this was mind boggling. That he would think that the "universe" is I cant wrap my mind around that part.
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Not to say he is wrong but it just doesn't make sense, especially after all that talk of quantum physics. His conclusion - the human's best approach to life and living would be a lot better accepted if he had ditched the part where there are fragments of conciousness, out there playing puppet master, navigator and script writer for our existence.
But hey, this guy probably really believes this stuff. I would love for him to have tried living this way in his younger life, maybe he wouldn't have dispelled it as farce already like so many other "groups in the back of the cinema".
View 1 comment. Jun 23, Alma rated it liked it. This book could be valuable for anyone with an open mind seeking truth. The first half of this book is an excellent source of resources providing quotes from scientists regarding their conclusion from the perspective of the current level of knowledge within a significant portion of the scientific community.
The author adds his own speculations regarding what these scientific conclusions might mean from a spiritual perspective. However, much of the second portion of the book deals with the author This book could be valuable for anyone with an open mind seeking truth. However, much of the second portion of the book deals with the author "fleshing out" his spiritual perspective which he personally derives from the evidence. While his ultimate spiritual conclusion contain less science and more pure cynicism, much of the information could aid a seeker in furthering their own journey and possibly a quite different ultimate conclusion.
I found it an interesting read. Butterflies Are Free To Fly I didn't like it.
I didn't even finish it. Donate to the author Author's Website. Other books by author Las Mariposas Vuelan Libres: Jan You may also like Do you want to know why you are not successful? Self-Improvement by Mario Ricketts Do you want to know why you are not successful? Apr The Wedding Dance Reads:The shape and size of butterfly wings leads to particularly large wing deformations, making them an ideal test case for investigation of these effects.
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I cant wrap my mind around that part. Although he does back up his ideas with scientific findings, it still seems odd that we are just holographic players for some infinite being looking for emotional experiences with imperfection. For me, a spiritually-enlightened realist, critical thinker, scientific skeptic, atheist-Buddhist, the concept of a personal deity and the concept that our universe is not real is not only intolerable but absolutely ignorant.
What I've read so far, I think it is complete and utter non-sense. Here is my 1 hour and 15 minute audio review of his book which debunks his entire Infinite I theory pointing out his misinterpretation of Quantum Physics as well as outlining his biggest contradictions he made throughout the book.
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