SoundaryaNayaki

 
Member Since September 3, 2009 , From Canberra, Australia
The nature of anything can be known from the universal laws of nature! You will never know anything whose nature cannot be known from the universal laws of nature. - Theory of sivashanmugam at http://tiny.cc/newtheory
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Asked: Could you correct the errors in this text?

Could you correct the errors in this text: About anything, we can know: 1. its parts, 2. its uniqueness, 3. its connections, 4. its sensitivities, 5. its forms, 6. its substitutes, and 7. its uses ...

Asked: Could you rephrase this?

Congratulations! This User Guide will take you to the applications of theory of Sivashanmugam, and will help you to better enjoy it in your day to day life. In Information Collection We search books ...

Asked: What do we search in everything which is given to ...

What do we search in everything which is given to us? Find the tentative answer at: http://knowledgeserver.wordpress.com/

Asked: What do we search and research in anything and ...

What do we search and research in anything and everything? Tentative answer at: http://knowledgeserver.wordpress.com/

Asked: What we can know about anything and everything is ...

The site at: www.nell.tk clearly illustrates that what we can know about anything and everything is finite, not infinite. Can you refute that?

Asked: What is that which can be thought of only by those ...

What is that which can be thought of only by those who have special thinking skills? Source: http://www.nell.tk

Asked: Why shouldn't this be taught in schools?

My work is posted at: http://nell.tk/ Why shouldn't this be taught in schools?

Asked: We know our knowledge. Don't we?

We know our knowledge. If we know our knowledge, then why do we search for it? We know our knowledge. Don't we? More at: http://knowledgeserver.wordpress.com/

Asked: Do you the intelligence to disprove this?

Do you have the real intelligence to disprove "knowledge growth" posted at: http://archive.org/download/kgrowth/kg.pdf Never claim about the uniqueness of your intelligence if you cannot disprove ...

Asked: What is the difference in the usage of terms ...

What is the difference in the usage of terms 'heritage' and 'legacy'? Does 'legacy' mean 'heritage'? We use the phrase "legacy shown by". Please explain the meaning of 'legacy' in that phrase!

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