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  • Information Crisis

    by Julia Soplop
    The rapid and ubiquitous spread of information has failed to remedy one of humanity’s most enduring challenges: making accurate sense of the world. Instead, a constellation of factors influencing how we interact with information—and, in particular, scientific information—has prevented us from digesting and adequately confronting many of the greatest problems of our time, from climate change to pandemics. The book, an essential read for non-scientists and scientists alike, offers both an analysis... more
  • Rowing to Baikal

    by Peter W. Fong
    Rowing to Baikal chronicles the journey of a thousand miles across Mongolia and Russia—by horse, camel, kayak, and rowboat. It's about the fish and wildlife that call the river home. About the personal risks of prolonged flooding and sudden snowstorms. About the human history of the region, from the Bronze Age to the fall of the Soviet Union. About the old gods and legends that haunt the mountains. And about the disparate possible futures for one of the most starkly beautiful places on earth.
  • A Hiking Solo Guide

    by Bob Klann
    Group hikers move over—the solo trailblazers are here to stay! Embrace the call of the wild with "A Hiking Solo Guide: Just Me, The Trees, and My Thoughts (Help!)"—your ultimate partner in the quest for wilderness solitude. If you've ever dreamed of hiking solo or are just tired of colleagues nabbing your snacks, this guide is your savior. Solo hiking is an exquisite mix of peaceful reflection and sheer determination, teaching lessons only Mother Nature can serve. This guide is your compass t... more
  • On the Origin of Artificial Species

    by David R. Wood
    Charles Darwin’s natural theory of evolution is one of the greatest ideas in history. His theory enabled mankind to partially perceive the patterns in nature. However, the greater pattern has remained undiscovered until now. With the decoding of ancient Greek mythology and philosophy, the pattern of evolution has been fully revealed. In his book On the Origins of Artificial Species, David R. Wood has completed the work begun by the ancient Greeks and progressed by the family Darwin. He has dis... more
  • Portrait to Landscape: A Landscape Strategy to Reframe Our Future

    by Alexandra Steed

    "Portrait to Landscape: A Landscape Strategy to Reframe Our Future" is a groundbreaking work authored by a renowned landscape architect. It challenges us to fundamentally alter our relationship with the natural world, presenting a holistic approach to healing the earth by addressing both symptoms and underlying causes of environmental degradation. Using the metaphor of a narrow self-focused portrait versus a wide-angle landscape view, the book sheds light on the profound impact of o... more

  • Global Warming: The Great Deception

    by Guy Mitchell
    “Global Warming:The Great Deception-The Triumph of Dollars and Politics Over Science and Why You Should Care”is the definitive work on the subject of anthropogenic (man-made) global warming. Guy Mitchell, a businessman with the mind of a scientist, takes a holistic approach and combines scientific analysis with an in-depth review of the political and economic aspects of the subject. He uses proven science and scientific facts to refute every claim of the climate alarmists and proponents of the m... more
  • Science Explained/9781658057851

    by Jerry Goldberg

    New Release: "A Perspective on Life" by Jerry Goldberg

    November 4, 2023

    Genre: Science
    Paperback: $25.00
    Ebook: $6.99  

    This is a book about science. The book is written in an informal and readable format offering an imagined dialogue between the reader and the author. The book uses no math or technical jargon and incorporates many images and sketches to further clarify the concepts.