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by wasfi youssefTis book explains that the causes of global is the burning of fossil fuels (coal, oil, and natural gas). The biggest harmful effect of global waring is continuous rise of open seas (all the oceans, seas, and gulfs) level. 80% of major cities are coastal cities. If the sea level keeps rising, these cities must be abandoned and their inhabitants mut leave their homes behind and move to higher ground. It would be a disaster of the greatest magnitude. All published information indicate that the rise... more
by Jarle BreivikEmbark on a captivating journey that will fundamentally change how you see cancer— and perhaps life itself. Cancer is more than a disease. It is an integral part of who we are—complex biological and cultural beings with a limited life span. You will be surprised, challenged, and even amused by this eloquent synthesis of knowledge. Firmly rooted in science and the principles of evolution, this book is a must-read if you aim to understand cancer. Jarle Breivik, MD, PhD, EdD, is a professor ... more
by Luke ZollingerWritten for all audiences interested in engineering, this book will inform and refresh the reader on the basics of the profession. Clue in to interesting facts and get a better idea of why engineering is the way it is. Prepare for laughter, education, and enlightenment!
by GO TurnerThe truth may not be as hard to understand as you think! Are you ready to explore the latest theories and evidence behind these incredible craft? Then this book is for you! Uncover the secrets of alien reproduction vehicles, declassified Pentagon incidents, and much more. With this guidebook, you'll have a compendium of emerging physics and a deeper understanding of our place in the universe. Gain a comprehensive overview of the current state of UFO physics: Learn mind-bending theories fr... more
by Lowell BaierThe Codex of the Endangered Species Act, Volume II: The Next Fifty Years (Rowman & Littlefield; November 15, 2023), edited by legal and environmental historian and attorney Lowell E. Baier, Dr. John F. Organ, and Christopher E. Segal with a foreword by Representative Debbie Dingell (D-MI-6th) and Senator Martin Heinrich (D-NM) looks ahead to the promise of the future.
by David EspindolaSoulful describes the proliferation of AI and its broad implications for the world of work and society. It explains how Human-AI collaboration will increase productivity in Education, Healthcare, Science, Manufacturing, Service, and many other areas. The book discusses the human condition, what motivates and sets us apart from robots, and how to use our intuition to collaborate with AI. It teaches how to identify and develop unique human capabilities and skills that will be highly valued in the ... more
by Wayne NeelyHurricane Dorian is a heartbreaking tale for The Bahamas. It was one of the strongest North Atlantic hurricanes and the strongest Bahamian hurricane and caused about $3.4 billion in damages to the Bahamian economy. Hurricane Dorian struck Abaco and Grand Bahama with wind speeds of 185 mph and had the highest wind speeds for a North Atlantic landfalling hurricane. The storm caused the death of 74 people in The Bahamas. In addition, more than 75 percent of all homes on Abaco were either damaged or... more
by Dr. Ganapathi PulipakaThis research scholarly illustrated book has more than 250 illustrations. The simple models of supervised machine learning with Gaussian Naïve Bayes, Naïve Bayes, decision trees, classification rule learners, linear regression, logistic regression, local polynomial regression, regression trees, model trees, K-nearest neighbors, and support vector machines lay a more excellent foundation for statistics. The author of the book Dr. Ganapathi Pulipaka, a top influencer of machine learning in the US,... more
by Robert J NemiroffThis book is a humorous popularization of surprising concepts behind the most famous speed in the unvierse.
by James BakerThis book describes one plan for the near-term future in which we solve humanity's major problems (climate, poverty, death, disease….), while creating a glorious future for ourselves. It is based on science we have and numbers that work limited only by what is physically possible, not politics or human inertia.
Three Wise Men: The answers to those profound questions about the Universe, Time, the Origin of Life and are we alone or not? (Tby Lou BavouMost science books are hard work! So, this is a fact book with a fictional twist. It sets out to make science and religion more understandable and enjoyable to read, plus hopefully pose a few thought-provoking insights along the way. It’s a novel way of explaining the science behind those profound questions we ponder on occasionally: What are the origins of the Universe and life? Are we alone in the Universe? When did Time begin? Does God exist? Is there an afterlife? To make the science, whi... more
by Paulo BuchsbaumIf you want to read scientific articles in fields such as humanities, health, social sciences, and technology, but have little familiarity with statistics, this can become a challenging task, considering that most articles use statistics as a tool to support their results and conclusions. The basic statistics content available falls into two categories: one that discusses it in a verbose and casual manner, without a specific focus and blending entertainment with science; and one that shows th... more
by Bill Harvey
“It is long past time to discuss the ultimate questions such as “why are we here?” … We need the answers in order to have the intestinal fortitude to stand up and do whatever it takes to overcome the challenges facing civilization today.”
Scientists can do much to help humanity simply by acknowledging that there is no scientific basis for ruling out the possibility that the universe is intelligent. This simple and eminently justifiable (if no... more
by Eric BurnsMen and women who dedicated themselves to the possibility of communication with the dead included William James, perhaps the greatest American intellect of all time. He was the father of empiricism and the first man to teach a college-level course (at Harvard) on psychology. Nineteenth-century believers also included Thomas Edison, Guglielmo Marconi, Frederick Douglass, and Mark Twain, as well as dons from Oxford and Cambridge, and presidents, deans, leading scholars, and scientists from Yale, H... more
by Sean BlamiresSilk is a protein-based, usually fibrous, material produced by many invertebrates. It can be used to catch or subdue prey, protect the animal and/or its eggs, or for defence. Each type of silk has its own unique set of properties, which makes certain silks useful for human uses. One type of silk in particular, that produced by the mulberry silkworm moth, has been used for millennia as a fibre for developing luxurious textiles and apparel. Silk and the animals that produce it are thus very curiou... more
by Sherman P. BastaracheWhat does the female capacity of having multiple orgasms have to do with reproduction? What part does hidden ovulation play in the formation of erotic relationships? Does natural selection create pleasure—make sex fun—to trick us into reproducing? Being in love requires you to be physical. It requires you to be emotional. It requires you to be mindful. To exist as an erotic phenotype. Eros, commonly called Romantic Love, is more than just emotion. We have an entangled ménage à trois of sensati... more