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  • Orthogonal to the “side-to-side” axis of parallel realities and the “forward-back” axis of future realities, this can be characterised as an “up-and-down” axis of secondary worlds — ordinate realities.

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  • Orthogonal buildings, on the other hand, can enjoy full benefit from the sun's light and energy only on the three instances when its walls are perpendicular to the sun's rays.

    Squaring The Circle

  • It uses Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access, which transmits data by splitting radio signals that are broadcast simultaneously over different frequencies.

    LTE vs WiMAX

  • Types of pinches, that may differ in geometry and operating forces, include the Cylindrical pinch, Inverse pinch, Orthogonal pinch effect, Reversed field pinch, Sheet pinch, Screw pinch also called stabilized z-pinch, or ?

    Nuclear Fusion Power Closer to Reality Say Two Separate Teams | Universe Today

  • Orthogonal buildings, white-tiled walls, and blue-tinted windows Jonathan Watts, “Minister Rails at China, Land of a Thousand Identical Cities,” Guardian, June 12, 2007.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • Anne 2.0 » Blog Archive » Orthogonal Conferencing on Sep 17th at 8am

    The Future of White Boy clubs | FactoryCity

  • Orthogonal point: of course search based on the complete data (full text of blog posts, etc) will be more powerful than RSS-driven search, since the RSS only contains excerpts.

    Scripting News for 3/7/2006 « Scripting News Annex

  • Orthogonal rotation using the normative American factorial structure generated average factor congruence coefficients across the other six cultures for N, E, O, A, and C ranging from .94 to .96.

    The Bass Handbook of Leadership

  • EOF normally has a different meaning to me, but in this context: EOF – Empirical Orthogonal Function

    Varimax Rotation and the AMM « Climate Audit

  • More on "Naturally Orthogonal" « Climate Audit

    More on "Naturally Orthogonal" « Climate Audit

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