Miraculous Messages from Water

Water has a very important message for us. Water is telling us to take a much deeper look at our selves. When we do look at our selves through the mirror of water, the message becomes amazingly, crystal, clear. We know that human life is directly connected to the quality of our water, both within and all around us.

The photographs and information in this article reflect the work of Masaru Emoto, a creative and visionary Japanese researcher. Mr. Emoto has published an important book, "The Message from Water," from the findings of his worldwide research If you have any doubt that your thoughts affect everything in, and around you, the information and photographs that are presented here, taken from the book of his published results, will change your mind and profoundly alter your beliefs, .From Mr. Emoto's work we are provided with factual evidence, that human vibrational energy, thoughts, words, ideas and music, affect the molecular structure of water, the very same water that comprises over seventy percent of a mature human body and covers the same amount of our planet. Water is the very source of all life on this planet, its quality and integrity are vitally important to all forms of life. The body is very much like a sponge and is composed of trillions of chambers called cells that hold liquid. The quality of our life is directly connected to the quality of our water.

Water is a very malleable substance. Its physical shape easily adapts to whatever environment is present. But its physical appearance is not the only thing that changes; its molecular shape also changes. The energy or vibrations of the environment will change the molecular shape of water. In this sense water not only has the ability to visually reflect the environment but it also molecularly reflects the environment.

Mr. Emoto has been visually documenting these molecular changes in water by means of his photographic techniques. He freezes droplets of water and then examines them under a dark field microscope that has photographic capabilities. His work clearly demonstrates the diversity of the molecular structure of water and the effect of the environment upon the structure of the water.

Snow has been falling on the earth for more than a few million years. Each snowflake, as we have been told, has a very unique shape and structure. By freezing water and taking a photograph of the structure, as Mr. Emoto has done, you get incredible information about the water.

Mr. Emoto has discovered many fascinating differences in the crystalline structures of water from many different sources and different conditions around the planet. Water from pristine mountain streams and springs show the beautifully formed geometric designs in their crystalline patterns. Polluted and toxic water from industrial and populated areas and stagnated water from water pipes and storage dams show definitively distorted and randomly formed crystalline structures.

Spring Water of Saijo, Japan

Spring Water of Sanbuichi

Yusui, Japan

Antarctic Ice

Fountain in Lourdes, France

Biwako Lake, the largest lake

at the center of Japan and

the water pool of the Kinki Region.

Pollution is getting worse

Yodo River, Japan

pours into the Bay of Osaka.
The river passes through most

of the major cities in Kasai

Fujiwara Dam

before offering a prayer

Fujiwara Dam

after offering a prayer

With the recent popularity in music therapy, Mr. Emoto decided to see what effects music has on the structuring of water. He placed distilled water between two speakers for several hours and then photographed the crystals that formed after the water was frozen.

Beethoven's Pastorale

Bach's " Air for the G string "

Tibet Sutra

Kawachi Folk Dance

Heavy Metal Music

After seeing water react to different environmental conditions, pollution and music, Mr. Emoto and colleagues decided to see how thoughts and words affected the formation of untreated, distilled, water crystals, using words typed onto paper by a word processor and taped on glass bottles overnight. The same procedure was performed using the names of deceased persons. The waters were then frozen and photographed.

Untreated Distilled Water

Love and Appreciation

Thank You

You Make Me Sick,

I Will Kill You

Adolph Hitler

Mother Teresa

These photographs show the incredible reflections of water, as alive and highly responsive to every one of our thoughts and emotions. It is quite clear that water easily takes on the vibrations and energy of its environment, whether toxic and polluted or naturally pristine, either within our selves or surrounding us in others and the environment.

Masaru Emoto's extraordinary work is an awesome display, and powerful tool, that can change our perceptions of ourselves and the world we live in, forever. We now have profound evidence that we can positively heal and transform ourselves and our planet by the thoughts we choose to think and the ways in which we put those thoughts into action.

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Water Memory Effects Explored In New Issue Of Homeopathy Journal

A special issue of the journal Homeopathy, journal of the Faculty of Homeopathy and published by Elsevier, on the 'Memory of Water' brings together scientists from around the world for the first time to publish new data, reviews and discuss recent scientific work exploring the idea that water can display memory effects. The concept of memory of water is important to homeopathy because it offers a potential explanation of the mechanism of action of very high dilutions often used in homeopathy.

Guest editor Professor Martin Chaplin of the Department of Applied Science at London South Bank University, remarks: "There is strong evidence concerning many ways in which the mechanism of this 'memory' may come about. There are also mechanisms by which such solutions may possess effects on biological systems which substantially differ from plain water."

The concept of the memory of water goes back to 1988 when the late Professor Jacques Benveniste published, in the international scientific journal Nature, claims that extremely high 'ultramolecular' dilutions of an antibody had effects in the human basophil degranulation test, a laboratory model of immune response. In other words, the water diluent 'remembered' the antibody long after it was gone. His findings were subsequently denounced as 'pseudoscience' and yet, despite the negative impact this had at the time, the idea has not gone away.

In this special issue of Homeopathy, scientists from the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy, Russia, USA as well as the UK present remarkably convergent views from groups using entirely different methods, indicating that large-scale structural effects can occur in liquid water, and can increase with time. Such effects might account for claims of memory of water effects.

Commenting on the special issue, Professor Chaplin said: "Science has a lot more to discover about such effects and how they might relate to homeopathy. It is unjustified to dismiss homeopathy, as some scientists do, just because we don't have a full understanding of how it works." In his overview he is critical of the 'unscientific rhetoric' of some scientists who reject the memory of water concept "with a narrow view of the subject and without any examination or appreciation of the full body of evidence."

Professor Chaplin and Dr Peter Fisher, editor-in-chief of the journal, agree that the current evidence brings us a step closer to providing an explanation for the claims made for homeopathy and that the memory of water, once considered a scientific heresy, is a reality. "These discoveries may have far reaching implications and more research is required," comments Dr Fisher.

Article adapted by Medical News Today from original press release.

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About IJQM

The International Journal of Qualitative Methods is a peer reviewed journal published quarterly as a web-based journal by the International Institute for Qualitative Methodology at the University of Alberta, Canada, and its international affiliates. It is a multi-disciplinary, multi-lingual journal, free to the public.

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EEPIS Journal

Journal online, http://journal.eepis-its.edu, wadah ilmiah untuk para penulis dan peneliti secara online. Judulnya adalah journal EEPIS yang seluruh prosesnya dilakukan secara online (submit, review, persetujuan, publikasi).

Journal Online juga memuat data jurnal - jurnal di PENS secara online dan memberikan fasilitas kepada user untuk melihat seluruh data jurnal, abstrak dan full paper secara online.Sampai saat ini jurnal online sudah tersedia untuk tahun 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 dan 2005.

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Biological technology

Biological technology is technology based on biology, especially when used in agriculture, food science, and medicine. The United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity has come up with one of many definitions of biotechnology:[1]

"Biotechnology means any technological application that uses biological systems, living organisms, or derivatives thereof, to make or modify products or processes for specific use."

Biotechnology is a popular term for the generic technology of the 21st century. Although it has been utilised for centuries in traditional production processes, modern biotechnology is only 50 years old and in the last decades it has been witnessing tremendous developments. Bioengineering is the science upon which all Biotechnological applications are based.With the development of new approaches and modern techniques, traditional biotechnology industries are also acquiring new horizons enabling them to improve the quality of their products and increase the productivity of their systems.

Before the 1970s, the term, biotechnology, was primarily used in the food processing and agriculture industries. Since the 1970s, it began to be used by the Western scientific establishment to refer to laboratory-based techniques being developed in biological research, such as recombinant DNA or tissue culture-based processes. In fact, the term should be used in a much broader sense to describe the whole range of methods, both ancient and modern, used to manipulate organic to reach the demands of human. So the term can be defined as, "The application of indigenous and/or scientific knowledge to the management of (parts of) microorganisms, or of cells and tissues of higher organisms, so that these supply goods and services of use to human beings.[2]

There has been a great deal of talk - and money - poured into biotechnology with the hope that miracle drugs will appear. While there do seem to be a small number of efficacious drugs, in general the biotech revolution has not happened in the pharmaceutical sector. However, recent progress with monoclonal antibody based drugs, such as Genentech's Avastin suggest that biotech may finally have found a role in pharmaceutical sales.

Biotechnology combines disciplines like genetics, molecular biology, biochemistry, embryology and cell biology, which are in turn linked to practical disciplines like chemical engineering, information technology, and robotics.

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N.C. Biotechnology Center Study Seeks Boost in State Support for Advanced Medical Technologies

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC | Posted on September 12th, 2007A strategic plan unveiled today by the North Carolina Biotechnology Center calls upon business, academic and civic leaders to boost the state's support for advanced medical technologies.

The plan calls for establishment of a North Carolina Center for Advanced Medical Technologies to develop the burgeoning business sector that includes diagnostics as well as therapeutics and encompasses such diverse specialties as biotechnology, engineering, nanotechnology and bioelectrics.

Teri Louden, president of The Louden Network of Chapel Hill, served as a consultant to the Biotechnology Center for this report. An experienced medical marketing executive and strategy consultant to the industry, she described her year-long study's findings at a forum at the Biotechnology Center sponsored by the Council for Entrepreneurial Development.

"We're facing a convergence of technologies and an aging population that's creating an explosion of opportunities in this new global sector," said Louden. "And that's why we need a Center for Advanced Medical Technologies even though we already have the world's first and finest Biotechnology Center. It will be the catalyst and support network we need to advance this technology sector from within, and also provide resources and services to those global scientists and companies who might like to move here."

Ken Tindall, senior vice president of science and business development at the Biotechnology Center, said advanced medical technologies is a sector being considered for development through the Centers of Innovation program.

"This strategic plan provides a framework for our state's world-class medical researchers, pharmaceutical manufacturers, biomedical engineers and other specialists who will define our future in advanced medical technologies," Tindall said.

It is sometimes difficult to find meaningful statistics on companies that fit the definition of advanced medical technology companies. Medical devices are part of the sector, but fast-changing applications and tools brought to the healing arts are also changing the language used to define and quantify it.

For perspective, however, the number of medical device companies doing business in North Carolina grew from 105 in 1996 to 142 in 2006, according to the report, which was prepared with additional support from the N.C. Biosciences Organization (NCBIO).

The report, "North Carolina's Strategic Plan for Advanced Medical Technologies," estimates medical device industry employment in North Carolina at 7,200, up some 17 percent from 6,179 a decade earlier. Average wages for medical device industry workers in 2006 were $40,648 per year, and the industry is forecast to bring $9.5 billion to North Carolina within the next two years.

Still, North Carolina lags behind California, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Florida, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Indiana, Texas and the territory of Puerto Rico in medical device industry employment.

Recent industry growth has been strong among start-up firms statewide, however. Between January of 1999 and December of 2006, advanced medical technologies companies in North Carolina have collectively raised more than $545 million in private and public equity from investors. Among these investments, $370 million were in medical device companies, $99 million in diagnostics firms, and $76 million in medical information technology businesses. During the same period, large firms paid more than $810 million to acquire emerging medical device companies founded in North Carolina.

"This study shows that advanced medical technologies are going to thrive in places where underlying technologies like biotechnology, nanotechnology, and information technology provide a solid foundation," said Sam Taylor, president of NCBIO. "We are blessed here in North Carolina to have great strengths in each of those fields, and a strong and growing medical device industry that is already building innovative new products based on their convergence."

The report says the state needs better access to specialized resources, however, such as managers and support companies with experience in medical device and advanced medical technologies regulation, marketing and reimbursement. Recruiting key personnel is among the report's leading objectives for future sector development efforts.

Daniel Pelak, president and CEO of InnerPulse here and co-chair of the advisory committee that developed the strategic plan, said the sector is one of the nation's fastest-growing during the past decade.

"North Carolina's historical strength in biotechnology and medical science uniquely qualifies the state to participate in this growth, said Pelak, an experienced entrepreneur in the industry who was CEO of Closure Medical when it was recently purchased by Johnson & Johnson. "The creation of the Advanced Medical Technology Center will provide the support network for existing growth companies that are pioneering life-saving technologies and help attract further investment to the state."

Besides Louden, Taylor, Pelak and Tindall, Biotechnology Center President and CEO Norris Tolson also participated in the release of the report.

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Before you finish reading this sentence, approximately one hundred billion (100,000,000,000) operations will have been completed inside your eyes. However fantastic it may seem, you possess an example (two, in fact) of the Universe's ultimate technology. No scientist has ever come close to fully grasping it, let alone inventing anything remotely similar.

Whatever you have in your life is meaningful through your senses-vision and others. Your family, your house, your office, your friends and everything else in your surroundings, you quickly identify thanks to your vision. Without eyes, you could never get a quick, complete sense of everything that's happening around you. Without them, you could never imagine colors, forms, scenes, human faces, or what the word beauty means. But you do have eyes, and thanks to them, you can now read these printed words before you.

Nor does the act of vision cost you very much effort. To see an object, all you have to do is to turn your gaze at it. You don't need to bother giving "project, capture, and analyze" orders to your eyes, the components inside them, the optical nerves running to the back of your brain, nor to the brain itself. You need only look, just like the rest of the billions of creatures who have ever lived on our planet. Without having to work out the optical measurements, your eye's lens can focus onto distant objects. Without needing to accurately compute the precise contractions of various muscles surrounding the lens, you only desire to see, and within a fraction of a second, that process is carried out for you. Like many people, you may never have realized what a miracle it is that thousands of independent processes can operate in a perfect harmony to enable you to see.

Nor did you have to struggle to develop a pair of those wonderful instruments. At birth, your eyes came as standard equipment, with free installation and, unless you had a particular defect, in perfect working order. Since then, you're not likely to have felt any urge to ask the kind of questions you might upon receiving an expensive, anonymous gift, such as "Why did I get this?" or, "Who sent this to me?" or, "Exactly what do they want from me in return?." Be assured that the Creator, Who lent you this blessing, will call you to account when the contract ends-which is sooner than you imagine.

Those who best understand how irreplaceable this blessing is, are people who lose their eyesight later in life. In the possible event that you are struck blind, your long list of lifetime plans and ambitions will be sidelined by just one wish: To regain your lost eyesight.

Had you been blind all your life, since birth, and after an operation, you could see all of a sudden, the reverse would be no less dramatic. Without a doubt, no gift in the world would seem more valuable. You would experience no greater happiness than at the moment your bandages were removed, and on the days that followed.

At this very moment, if you are not acknowledging the unique blessing of your eyes to the Gracious One Who has granted it to you, then you are being deeply ungrateful-a state of mind that, unfortunately, is shared by a substantial part of humanity.

Say: "It is He Who brought you into being and gave you hearing, sight and hearts. What little thanks you show!" (Qur'an, 67: 23)

Evolution Back on the Ropes

How did such a vital sense like seeing come to be? How could a formerly nonexistent concept-seeing-suddenly appear? Let's generalize the question by widening our scope. How did man come to existence in the first place, complete with his five senses, brains, internal organs, limbs, and with a soul and a functioning body?

Anyone with common sense can tell you that life is the work of a superior and flawless creation. Rejecting this clear truth, the theory of evolution, provides "coincidence" as its answer to this question. Evolutionists claim that all living things in this world, past and present, came to evolve through a chain of countless coincidences, with never an original creation to start the process. But this claim defies all laws of logic and science, inasmuch as it's impossible for lifeless matter to create an organism. The theory of evolution tries to explain the universe's flawless nature through coincidental happenings, but science has been proven it wrong in every way. Scientific proof has shown not only how evolutionary claims are unreasonable and unscientific, but also, has revealed how evolutionists have forged their evidence. Science has demonstrated that life cannot possibly be explained through coincidences, since it is the work of a superior design. The Creator of this flawless design is God, Who created the entire universe.

Despite this unavoidable truth, today 's dominant academic establishments and media conglomerates collaborate in a joint effort to uphold the theory of evolution. Their standard technique is to issue a news bulletin that some recently excavated skull proudly provides a link heretofore missing of the grand evolutionary chain. Not only are there any evolutionary chains to complete, but the excavations do not reveal anything closely resembling the long-awaited figments of evolutionists' imagination-such as the half-fish, half-reptile or the half-reptile, half-bird. Yet their press-release hype leaves the impression that evolution as a whole has been already proven, except for a few random details regarding the lineage from ape to human.

Of course, there is a reason behind the evolutionists' constant emphasis on excavating skulls. Throughout the history of the world, there have been thousands of species of ape, of all shapes and sizes, of which 97 per cent are now extinct. It is simple child's play to array the skulls of extinct apes on a long table according to cranial volume or one structural characteristic and declare this lineup to be "the evolutionary chain joining ape and man." The evolutionist's basic toolkit consists of fossil forgeries, false lineages, and creative drawings of ape-men that have little to do with scientific evidence.

In reality, evolution's supposedly strong progression crumbles at its beginning stage of microbiology. The most probing questions about the emergence of complex organelles again fall on deaf ears. No wonder the evolutionists avoid discussing these fundamental subjects, except occasionally by pretending to explain them by piling up numerous technical details that, in the aggregate, hardly constitute an answer.

The eye, the subject of this book, is one of those organs of the body that have kept evolutionists on the ropes ever since Darwin, who himself confessed, "I remember well the time when the thought of the eye made me cold all over."1 A close examination of the eye's structure and functions will make it clear why evolutionists have felt compelled to avoid it. The eye's complex structure has several distinct components and systems. An amazing scope of distinctly different functions are realized individually, but only as a result of harmonious cooperation between all of these components and systems. If even one of them is missing or fails to cooperate, the eye can't perceive images. This is a Catch 22 for the evolutionists, who hold that all body parts have emerged gradually by themselves. That the eye can only function as a whole only when all its every system and component are present and intact rules out any such gradual formation.

To illustrate this crucial point, let us give a true-life example. An eyeball that does not secrete teardrops to lubricate itself will dry up and eventually go blind. Tears, with their antiseptic properties, also protect the eye against microbes. The evolutionists do not even want to consider the fundamental question of how the eye, which would desiccate within hours without tear secretion, could have persisted for millions of years before tear glands had yet to emerge via the evolutionary progression. For the evolutionist camp, insult is added to injury when they must account for the fact that for the eye to accomplish its function, it requires a full body, intact with its systems and organs-components and tissues such as the cornea, retina, conjunctiva, iris, pupil, lens, choroid, eyelid, and the eye muscles. In addition, vision requires the brain's complex visual area and the amazing neural networks connecting the eye to the brain. All of these subsystems feature structures that are far too complex and specialized to have ever emerged by chance.

Of these components, if only one-the lens, for example-were missing, the eye would become a useless lump of tissue. Again, it would again be rendered useless if any two of them-for example, the pupil and the lens, exchanged places. In short, the eye's structure is the result of a very special planning. These components' harmonious coexistence and cooperation, which are impossible to have appeared by themselves as a result of accidents, have one single valid and logical explanation: Each of the eye's components is created with supreme intelligence, which belongs to God.

Accepting such an obvious truth is the first step that leads to a person's eternal life. This book, along with displaying the truth of creation, intends to guide you in taking those steps towards your salvation.

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The Miracle In The Ant


http://api.fmanager.net/api_v1/functions/thumb.php?image= this book we are going to tell you about a creature that you know quite well, that you meet everywhere without actually giving it much attention, that is highly skillful, highly social and highly intelligent - "The Ant". Our aim is to review the lives full of miracles of these minute creatures that are never of any significance in our daily lives.

Technology, collective work, military strategy, advanced communications network, an astute and rational hierarchy, discipline, perfect city planning… These are fields where human beings may not always be successful enough, but where the ants always are. When you look at these creatures, which are fully armed to defeat tough rivals and to endure the difficult conditions of nature, you may think that all of them are identical. However, each species of the ant genus – and there are thousands of them – has, in fact, different characteristics. We believe that these creatures that have the highest population in the world may open up new horizons for us within the framework of the characteristics referred to above. This book will reveal to us the special and marvelous world of ants. We shall witness the things these ant communities succeed with their tiny bodies and witness that there is absolutely no difference between their fossils, the oldest of which is about 80 million years old, and their counterparts living today, that run to approximately 8800 species.

As we explore the special world of ants, this perfect system will earn our admiration and increase the need for thinking and investigating. At the same time, we shall see the mistakes in the theory of evolution and witness Allah's immaculate creation, which is a tremendously important work. In the Qur'an, the type of person who thinks about nature and thus recognizes the omnipotence of Allah is praised as a model for those who believe. The verses below explain this point fully:

In the creation of the heavens and the earth, and the alternation of night and day, there are indeed signs for men of understanding: men who celebrate the praises of Allah, standing, sitting, and lying down on their sides, and contemplate the wonders of creation in the heavens and the earth, (saying): "Our Lord! You have not created all this in vain! Glory be to You! Give us salvation from the penalty of the Fire."(Surat Al'Imran:190-191)

We hope that this book causes its readers to think more deeply on and to feel admiration for the superior power and unequaled art of creation of Allah, Who has made all things.

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Tuberculosis 2007

Buku yang mengupas tentang Tuberculosis selama tahun 2007. Buku ini sangat baik untuk pedoman para mahasiswa yang mengambil jurusan Kedikteran, Kesehatan ataupun jurusan Biologi.

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How to Write Scientific Journal

Why a Scientific Format?

The scientific format may seem confusing for the beginning science writer due to its rigid structure which is so different from writing in the humanities. One reason for using this format is that it is a means of efficiently communicating scientific findings to the broad community of scientists in a uniform manner. Another reason, perhaps more important than the first, is that this format allows the paper to be read at several different levels. For example, many people skim Titles to find out what information is available on a subject. Others may read only titles and Abstracts. Those wanting to go deeper may look at the Tables and Figures in the Results, and so on. The take home point here is that the scientific format helps to insure that at whatever level a person reads your paper (beyond title skimming), they will likely get the key results and conclusions.

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Jurnal Ilmiah

A. Pengertian Jurnal Ilmiah

Jurnal adalah terbitan berkala yang berbentuk pamflet berseri berisi bahan yang sangat diminati orang saat diterbitkan . Bila dikaitkan dengan kata ilmiah di belakang kata jurnal dapat terbitan berarti berkala yang berbentuk pamflet yang berisi bahan ilmiah yang sangat diminati orang saat diterbitkan. (Buku Pegangan Gaya Penulisan, penyunting dan penerbitan Karya Ilmiah Pegangan Gaya Penulisan, Penyunting dan Penerbitan Karya Ilmiah Indonesia, karya Mien A. Rifai, Gajah Mada Uneversity, 1995, h.57-95).

B. Macam Dan Jenis Jurnal

Ada beberapa jenis penerbitan berkala, selain jurnal , yaitu Majalah, Bulletin, Warkat Warta.
Majalah adalah terbitan berkala yang bukan harian, setiap keluar diberi halaman terpisah, biasanya diidentifikasi dengan tanggal dan bukan nomor berseri.
Bulletin adalah berkala resmi yang dikeluarkan lembaga atau organisasi profesi ilmiah serta memuat berita, hasil dan laporan kegiatan dalam satu bidang.
Warkat Warta, adalah terbitan pendek berisi berita, termasuk kemejuan keilmuan yang berisi catatan singkat yang mengutarakan materi secara umum dan tidak mendalam. (lihat Mien A. Rifai h.57-59).
Selain itu, dari sisi teknis isi ada tiga macam berkala ilmiah yaitu pertama majalah teknis ilmiah, kedua berkala semi ilmiah dan ketiga berkala sekunder.
Majalah teknis ilmiah merupakan majalah yang memuat hasil dan temuan baru penelitihan. Berkala ini biasanya sebagai sarana untuk komonikasi para pakar yang terspesialisasi.
Berkala semi ilmiah, yaitu berkala yang memuat tulisan teknis dengan cakupan yang bersifat siklopedia dan ditujukan bagi mereka yang bukan ahli atau spesialis dalam bidang yang dimaksud.
Berkala sekunder berisi abstrak atau ringkasan majalah primer yang sering disebut pula berkala penyari (abstracting Jurnal).
Selain itu, untuk keperluan pendidikan ada pula yang disebut berkala tinjauan yang memuat berbagai artikel ilmiah sejenis yang terbit beberapa tahun terakhir untuk memberikan gambaran kemejuan menyeluruh suatu topic (lihat Mien A. Rifai, h.59).
Berdasarkan pengertian, macam dan jenis tersebut diatas, didalampedoman ini dimaksudkan dengan jurnal ilmiah adalah terbitan berkala yang berisi kajian-kajian ilmiah yang spesifik dan dalam bidang tertentu.

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