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  • Century Sentence

    by Xu Xue Chun
    This book uses humorous, witty, sharp, exaggerated, and miraculous writing style, which is so interesting and makes people belly laugh. Someone even laughed to tears. As an ironic book with strong logic and knowledge, this book enables readers to experience the happy life value and brings you endless wealth. Don?t you believe that it can bring you wealth? Now Chinese tourists are the most popular around the world because of their strong purchasing power. Why is Chinese purchasing power so strong... more
  • Maya

    by Dr Kadiyali M Srivatsa
    Elephant In The Room Humanity is now facing a mortal enemy that surpasses our own Intelligence. A tiny micro-organism, that has indeed, brought us to our knees. As the death toll mounts, our greed, over enthusiastic urge to encourage consultation, perform tests, procedures, hospitalization and addiction to antibiotic escalates at alarming rates. This book was written to share information about common symptoms and provide information to reduce anxiety and wasted consultation. Delay in consultatio... more
  • Beyond the Fire

    by Dewayne A Jackson
    Destry Cotton was not from Amity nor did she care about its rich and colorful past. However, this Christmas her husband insisted they travel to his home, where Destry met her in-laws for the first time. Trapped with the Cottons by a terrible blizzard, Destry not only began to learn about Amity, but Bill Cotton spoke of his own struggle with life and the impact doubt and fear had taken on his family, his friends and his nation. As Bill told of God’s supernatural intervention, Destry began to wond... more

    by Terry Domico
    The Great Cactus War is the true story of the greatest plant invasion in human history. It tells how a seemingly innocent cactus plant was introduced from American into Australia and how it became a plague of biblical proportions. At it peak the cactus covered an area larger than all of Great Britain and forced thousands of rural people out of their homes and off the land. Although every means mechanical and poisonous was tried to no avail, the solution to this crippling problem was discovered b... more

    by RS Amblee
    Record Heat Wave Kills 33 in Quebec Summer Sea Ice in The Arctic Is About Half as Thick as It Was in 1950 Global Warming Is Killing Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. The headlines are constant, confirming the obvious. In this book I have put together a comprehensive and practical approach to accelerate the fight against global warming through the power of artificial intelligence, which can be mankind’s partner in this epic battle to reverse our carbon footprint. Is AI a double-edged sword... more
  • How Does the Mind Work? (Economy Edition)

    by Dr. King
    This book provides an overview of the recent advancements in our scientific understanding of working of the mind. Starting from the fundamentals, the book gradually builds up this most intriguing subject – from simple neurons to consciousness. Making no assumptions about the prerequisites, it unfolds the fascinating story of the mind using simple analogies and easy to understand illustrations. Side by side it broadens the view by comparing the working of the mind with that of a modern computer a... more
  • Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning for Business

    by Steven Finlay

    Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning are now mainstream business tools. They are being applied across many industries to increase profits, reduce costs, save lives and improve customer experiences. Organizations which understand these tools and know how to use them are benefiting at the expense of their rivals.

    Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning for Business cuts through the hype and technical jargon that is often associated with these subjects. I... more

  • 101 Good Reasons to Believe

    by James D. Sideras
    This book presents a strong case for the Christian faith by using scientific evidence and philosophical reasoning. Although an abundance of Christian apologetic textbooks exist, most are not easily accessible because they offer long and scholarly treatments of subject matter that may not appeal to lay readers. This book differs in two ways. First, it presents the case for Christianity in a friendly scholarly prose, which enables readers to plainly understand each reason to believe. Second, these... more
  • What's on their mind?: Biological and Artificial Intelligence

    by Serge Van Themsche
    We all feel overwhelmed by the speed at which new computing technologies are being thrown at us, but we haven’t seen anything yet. With the upcoming breakthroughs in Artificial Intelligence technology, today’s computers will look like prehistoric tools, within just a few years. Systems are likely to follow suit, bringing us closer to strong AI, a moment when machines will be as smart as any human being. The question many fear is what will happen if and when machines become much brighter than us?

    by Barry Boyce
    ASTRONOMY & NATURAL HISTORY CONNECTIONS: FROM DARWIN TO EINSTEIN A New book by Barry Boyce 2 dynamic, in-depth courses in 1 - Essential reading for the ever-curious in both sciences that are effectively, and thoroughly presented by a proven outreach teaching method – lectures in the field, under the sky, and on the ocean – not in a classroom. The coverage is thorough - check out the table of contents. This is a single-source reference book with entertaining yet thorough discussions on relativ... more
  • The Mad Cats in the City Police

    by Tyler G. Warne
    The creative, nonfiction tale contains the symbolic importance of an animal who represents protection, duty, and justice. The ideas taken from cats are interpreted into actions for people to adapt into their lives. Cultivation towards understanding the symbols in nature is the central focus of the list of ideas. Applications of technologies, methods, and logic present ways to develop cooperative communities furthering progress towards, peace, justice, and enlightenment.
  • Climate Zero Hour

    by Mathijs Beckers
    In an age of political expediency and ideological schisms it is best to consider the facts and let reason and science be the judge of what is right and wrong. Climate Zero Hour examines the world-wide energy dilemma from a position of reason and offers insight on how to move ahead on climate change and argues that a larger role for nuclear energy is required.
  • How To Grow Citrus Practically Anywhere

    by Darren Sheriff

    A book for people outside the traditional "Citrus Belts" that want to grow their own Grapefruits, Oranges, Limes, Etc. A how to book on the ins and outs of growing citrus trees in containers, including fertilizing, soil mixes and of course, cold protection.

  • A Beginner's Guide to Lowcountry Gardening & Landscaping

    by Darren Sheriff
    I have worked in the nursery and garden center business now since 2003. I have seen many things change here in the Lowcountry, of South Carolina, (Zone 8) everything from rapid growth and building to roads seeming being widened on a continuous basis, and many transplants from other parts of the country moving into the area. It is the last part of that statement that is the reason for this book! Never a day goes by that I meet somebody that is definitely NOT from around here. They come into the ... more
  • Life in Stone: Fossils of the Colorado Plateau

    by Christa Sadler
    This beautifully illustrated book written for the general audience tells the story of the ancient life that inhabited the region of the southwestern United States known as the Colorado Plateau. Beginning over a billion years ago, we follow the story of life from the earliest single-celled bacteria to the abundance and diversity of life that we see today (including a large section on the region’s extraordinary dinosaurs!). This region is recognized as one of the finest earth science laboratories ... more
  • Where Dinosaurs Roamed: Lost World's of Utah's Grand Staircase

    by Christa Sadler
    Southern Utah’s Grand Staircase region is one of the best places in the world to study the Late Cretaceous. In a relatively short period (geologically speaking!) of only 25 million years, southern Utah was at times covered with an ocean teeming with life, swampy shorelines, and massive rivers draining an huge mountain range in the west. The diversity of plant and animal life was astonishing, and the incredible fossil discoveries in these rocks have become a critical piece in a puzzle that stretc... more