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At the end of 1999, these books were named among the best twelvephysical-science monographs of the century byAmerican Scientist, along with: Dirac on quantum mechanics, Einstein on relativity, Mandelbrot on fractals, Pauling on the chemical bond, Russell and Whitehead on foundations of mathematics, von Neumann and Morgenstern on game theory, Wiener on cybernetics, Woodward and Hoffmann on orbital symmetry, Feynman on quantum electrodynamics, Smith on the search for structure, and Einstein's collected papers.Wow!


New material for Volume 4will first appear in beta-test form as fascicles of approximately128 pages each, issued approximately twice per year.These fascicles will represent my best attempt to write a comprehensiveaccount; but computer science has grown to the point where I cannot hopeto be an authority on all the material covered in these books. ThereforeI'll need feedback from readers in order to prepare the official volumes later.


When the subject of best thermal spas arises, one simply cannot skip over the beautiful Turkish-styled baths all over the city of Budapest. Built during Ottoman rule between the 16th and 17th centuries, the thermal baths were used for relaxation by the rulers, soldiers, as well as locals. My favourite one is definitely the Rudas Thermal Bath.


Visiting these subterranean baths is one of the best things you can do when travelling through Georgia, as it is both an interesting experience and a great cultural activity. There are numerous different bathhouses to choose from in Tbilisi and they all typically have the same things on offer. Depending on your budget, you can opt just to soak in the public baths (separated by sex) or get a private room.


You can find hot springs all over North America, sometimes bubbling up in the most unusual places. Steam in snowy Alaska, bathe in the middle of a desert or stand under a hot waterfall at the best hot springs in North America.


The whole day was an amazing adventure and to be able to spend a couple of hours soaking in the hot thermal pools was incredible. The thermal pools are replenished by a hot waterfall that cascades down the rock and offers one of the best natural massages we have ever had.


Japanese-inspired thermal baths in the forests of Chile, remote mountain-top hot springs in the Andes and baths where you can cover yourself with warm, mineral-rich mud in a lush natural environment; these are the best hot springs and thermal baths in South America.


Hot pools where you can bathe safe from crocodiles (they hate hot water) and beaches where hot springs bubble up into the waves; these are the best places to enjoy hot springs in Australia and New Zealand.


At Hot Water Beach, underground hot water springs filter up through the sand for a couple of hours either side of low tide. The best places to dig a pool are at the southern end of the beach near the rocks. You can dig a hole in the sand and make your own private hot pool or invite strangers to join you if you wish!


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Greetings Jens! I wanted to alert you of one additional (and quite rare) existing complete set, along with three others that are nearing completion. First, there was a "joint effort" complete set by the Aeolian Quartet (late quartets) and Gabrieli Quartet (early and middle quartets) on London back in the 90's. You can find a link to it on Amazon, although the MP3 version they link to is incorrect (it links to the earlier Hungarian set). This is actually a very good set, and rather hard to find. I lucked into it on eBay a few years back.In addition, the Miro Quartet, Cuarteto Casals and Arianna Quartet are all nearing the completion of their sets. The Miro Quartet currently lack only Op. 127, 132 & 135; the Casals are 2/3 of the way through; and the Arianna lack the Late Quartets.All the best! /Mark Wilson


Great survey, thanks. I must say for be the Berg remains the best. they are not too slow (Cleveland, Borodin) not too fast (Emerson). With gorgeous tone but also great vigor. But, let's face it, it's the music that is out of this world.


Thanks much, Mark, for the tip on the Gabrieli/Aeolian on Decca. I found some information on it, but not all. Any chance you could read in the liner notes when these were recorded? Between 1974 and 1979 would be my estimate, based on the little information I could find. But having been, for however brief a moment, "THE" standard Decca set, that's a major omission/find on my part.I've got some of the projects that are under way on my radar; not the Miro, though. Thanks again & all the best,Jens


Jens, the Smetana Denon cycle was just re-released in 2020 by Supraphon, in Hi Res remastered sound (24/192). What's interesting is that Supraphon's release and liner notes both agree that the 2020 remasterings were done from the original analogue tapes.In the early days of the CD, Denon released a number of 'DDD" recordings studio recordings (Pires Mozart Sonatas, for example) that dated back to the early 1970s - well before any other label had adopted digital recording. The earliest of the performances on this new 2020 set date from 1976. My guess is that Denon recorded in both analogue and digital in those early years, hence the ADD nature of this present remastering.To my ears, the sound of this newly remastered set is excellent, if a little on the bright side. The detail is amazing, and the group still achieves the warmth and beauty of tone that is one of the trademarks of their legendary Late Quartets on Supraphon.For the Late Quartets, if I had to choose between the Denon and the Supraphon, I would go with the Supraphon in op. 95, 131, 132, and 135 and the Denon in 127 (one of the best I've heard), 130 (ditto), and the Fugue.Love your work, sir!


The best source I can find for this is a National Civic Art Society survey, which finds Americans prefer traditional/classical buildings to modern ones by about 70% to 30% (regardless of political affiliation!). In a poll of America\u2019s favorite architecture, 76% of buildings selected were traditional/classical (establishment architects said the poll was invalid, because you can\u2019t judge buildings by pictures). A study of courthouse architecture determined that \u201C[our] findings agree with consistent findings that architects misjudge public likely public impressions of a design, and that most non-architects dislike \u201Cmodern\u201D design and have done so for almost a century.\u201D


And partly because modern art and architecture are examples of fields talking to themselves. In a way, this is good - they've successfully implemented a technocracy where the best and brightest are able to pursue their own visions rather than pander to the masses. In another way, it's confusing - public art, architecture, etc is supposed to be to the benefits of residents, but it seems like those residents can\u2019t get their voices heard. 041b061a72


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