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Författare: Walter van Laack.
Modern Natural Science preaches materialisms. But is this the right notion, even so characteristic of our times?
The author is convinced that materialism is not the right explanation and he believes that he can prove this by means of confirmed natural scientific knowledge.
With this new book series "Keystones of Our World" the author takes a sharp and consistent observation beyond the horizons of all important scientific fields and with impressive logic he leads us towards a plausible but alternative perception of the real world. In the end even death loses its horror. In so doing, this look may also provide assistance and consolation for those afraid of their own death or being directly confronted with the death of a beloved one. The first volume provides us with elementary mathematical logic, found both in the whole universe with its amazing natural constants and in the genome of life.
Eighteen of Pittsburgh’s bridges are visible in this aerial photo. The Bridges of Pittsburgh play an important role in the city’s transportation system. Without bridges, the Pittsburgh region would be a series of fragmented valleys, hillsides, river plains, and isolated communities. A 2006 study determined that Pittsburgh has 446 bridges, and with its proximity to three major rivers and countless hills and ravines, Pittsburgh is known as „The City of Bridges“.
According to a 2011 study by Transportation for America, 1,194 bridges in the Pittsburgh area—or 30. Many of the bridges in the Downtown area are colored Aztec Gold, either constructed as such or painted afterward, to match the city’s official colors of black and gold. This table lists all bridges crossing the Allegheny, Monongahela and Ohio rivers in the City of Pittsburgh limits. This table lists some other major bridges within the City of Pittsburgh limits. General view to south, from Orphan Street. Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, PA HAER PA,2-PITBU,73-1. Schenley Bridge from South Oakland 3.
The Fort Pitt Bridge is a steel bowstring arch bridge that spans the Monongahela River near its confluence with the Allegheny River at the point. The Fort Duquesne Bridge is a steel tied arch bridge that spans the Allegheny River in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The West End Bridge is a large steel arch bridge which crosses the Ohio River. It is the first bridge on the Ohio River heading toward the Mississippi River. The Liberty Bridge crosses over the Monongahela River, intersecting Interstate 579 at its southern terminus. The Three Sisters are three parallel, nearly identical self-anchored suspension bridges that cross the Allegheny River at 6th, 7th, and 9th streets.