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  • Dawn of the Dinosaurs: The Late Triassic in the American Southwest

    by Christa Sadler
    The Age of Dinosaurs. This time in Earth’s history is famous for the great reptiles that have captured the hearts and imaginations of people worldwide. But dinosaurs didn’t appear until late in the period known as the Triassic, and at that point in history, many other animals were bigger, fiercer and odder. The day of the dinosaurs had a dawn and the Late Triassic was it. Dawn of the Dinosaurs explores this extraordinary period in the history of our planet—a time when the first dinosaurs walk... more
  • The Colorado

    by Christa Sadler
    The Colorado examines nine episodes in the history of our interaction with the Colorado River, from early prehistoric cultures to the Spanish explorations of the lower reaches of the river, the dam building frenzy of the early and middle 20th century, industrial agriculture and the current use of water throughout the region. This beautiful book combines current information, maps, and policy discussion in a stunning format that highlights the beauty and the grandeur of the river and its story. Th... more
  • Religion in Medicine Volume II

    by John Dawson
    The purpose of this treatise is: 1) to draw attention to the presence of situations arising within medical practice in which religious beliefs play an important role. 2) to emphasize the fact that most students and many doctors are given insufficient training in such matters, which are of considerable import to a fair percentage of the public. 3) to provide a few examples of what is meant by a religio-medical situation, and a bibliography for further exploration by the initiate in such matters.
  • Physics and Reality

    by Ophir Mottes
    The theories of General Relativity and Quantum Mechanics are two main pillars of modern physics, yet they stay a mystery for many. These theories present groundbreaking perspectives of our universe but ones that do not connect well to our intuitive logic. This essay explains what both theories imply about reality, and in doing so, it shines the light on their revolutionary, elusive features.
  • Struth the Bloody Truth

    by Iarn Pernell
    This book describes how we?ve all been living according to a reality that exists only in our own mind?s creation of what we believe to be reality. It explains how the church has manipulated the purely natural human emotion of fear to instill a belief in their god. Just as each different religion has their god as the only true god, so too does every individual. ?Astrology? is a word used to describe the energies that permeate life on Earth and, as once believed by now-ancient civilizations that w... more
  • What is the Difference Between Similar Looking Alaska Animals

    by denise saigh
    This book has similar looking AK Animal displayed side by side on the same page with distinctive difference so anyone can delineate each animal. Physical features, song, diet, predators, lifespan, breeding, habitat and range, and winter migration for each animal is discussed
  • The Limitations of God

    by Ted Johnson
    This book bridges science and scripture. One supports the other for a complete picture of who we are, how we started and why we exist.
  • Psychological Science (Fifth Edition) 5th Edition

    by Gazzaniga
    Reflecting the latest APA Guidelines and accompanied by an exciting, new, formative, adaptive online learning tool, Psychological Science, Fifth Edition, will train your students to be savvy, scientific thinkers. Psychological Science, Fifth Edition, is a dynamic introduction to psychology that reflects the latest APA Guidelines. With psychological reasoning at the core of this edition, students will learn to critically evaluate information and become better scientific thinkers. W. W. Norton’s ... more
  • THE DEFINITIVE SOLAR BOOK: A Very Comprehensive Anthology 721 Pages - 109 Articles - 454 Exciting Solar Photos

    by Tom Zatar Kay
    "Solar Energy is likely the best option to meet humanity’s energy needs in the future" - MIT Energy Initiative There is energy in sunlight. Solar power is the holy grail of energy. Solar Energy's time has come! When it comes to Solar Energy, the sky’s the limit. Right now we stand on the threshold of the A Solar Age. Solar Energy is changing our civilization. Almost all of the energy we use on earth is a form of Solar Energy. The remarkable Sun is our descendants' future. The Sun is our most abu... more
  • Captain Blue on the Blue Blazes - The First Solo Thru-Hike of Ohio's 1,444 Mile Buckeye Trail

    by Andy Niekamp
    Imagine walking 1,444 miles with a backpack carrying the bare necessities of life, 26 maps, and a whole lot of grit. When three-time Appalachian Trail Hiker, Andy “Captain Blue” Niekamp decided to hike Ohio’s Buckeye Trail, he took on the challenge of his life. On this 88-day adventure, Captain Blue found things he didn’t know he had: a Buckeye Trail family who assisted and encouraged him; a home state rich with scenic beauty and history; the physical, mental, and emotional stamina to travel Ohi... more
  • Microvita

    by Dr. Hans-Joachim Rudolph, MRI

    This book constitutes the fascinating work of Dr. Hans-Joachim Rudolph to portray the concept of Microvita in a physics framework that can be studied objectively. It offers a smooth integration of Microvita (units of consciousness) into a well-grounded scientific scenario, consistent with the equations of Newton, Maxwell, Einstein, and Schrödinger. It also provides a link between the worlds of perception and conception and implies that the distinct disciplines of physics, biology, psycho... more

  • The Relativistic Rocketeer

    by James M. Essig
    In this book, we explore far-ranging techniques for future relativistic rockets. In this book, we explore the notion of converting a baryonic standard model spacecraft into a neutrino-like state. All the text from my book ?Call of The Cosmic Wild: Relativistic Rockets for the New Millennium, 6th Expanded Edition? has been included but interrupted by occasional new material to note and make clear the results of applying the neutrination mode to the spacecraft.
  • Religion in Medicine: Volume I

    by John B. Dawson
    The purpose of this treatise is: 1) to draw attention to the presence of situations arising within medical practice in which religious beliefs play an important role. 2) to emphasize the fact that most students and many doctors are given insufficient training in such matters, which are of considerable import to a fair percentage of the public. 3) to provide a few examples of what is meant by a religio-medical situation, and a bibliography for further exploration by the initiate in such matters. ... more
  • Quantitative Ethnography

    by David Williamson Shaffer
    How can we make sense of the deluge of information in the digital age? The new science of Quantitative Ethnography dissolves the boundaries between quantitative and qualitative research to give researchers tools for studying the human side of big data: to understand not just what data says, but what it tells us about the people who created it. Thoughtful, literate, and humane, Quantitative Ethnography integrates data-mining, discourse analysis, psychology, statistics, and ethnography into a b... more
  • Snorkelhead: Adventures in Creek Snorkeling

    by Keith Williams
    Snorkelhead introduces readers to the growing sport of river snorkeling. Experience the thrill, danger, excitement, and discovery that can be had in your local stream. All you need is a mask, a snorkel and an appetite for adventure. Underwater naturalist Keith Williams endures wintertime ice, springtime floods, and summertime rapids as he travels the East Coast to explore and discover the underwater world of North America's rivers and streams. Snorkelhead brings you along on his adventures.
  • Fifty Clever Bastards

    by Martin Fone
    The road to becoming a successful inventor is not an easy one. Paved with difficulties, roadblocks and sometimes sheer, back-to-the-drawing-board failure, the challenging journey has meant that plenty of geniuses have been lost to history and never given the credit they deserved for creating some of the most invaluable items of our time. However, over the course of Fifty Clever Bastards these same forgotten inventors and their unbelievable stories are about to be inducted into our illustrious Ha... more

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