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Science & Nature
by Sudipta Chakraborty
This book is daunting in its depth of research regarding SLR Se Level Rise. At times I found myself j
by Rachel VinciguerraOppy is the affectionate nickname of one of NASA’s twin Mars Rovers, Spirit and Opportunity. The sisters traveled to Mars in 2003 and explored the surface sending measurements and photographs back to Earth. This is the story of all they learned. The robot rover sisters were determined, patient, and persistent! Their mission was only meant to last 90 days, but they explored the planet for over 15 years. They shared all they learned with scientists on Earth, right up until the very last day of ... more
by William SargentThis page-turner delves into the murky, often intertwined worlds of medical research and biological warfare to determine the cause of the COVID-19 outbreak. Sargent explores mistakes made in dual-use medical research and biological weapons facilities that have occurred from 1617 to the present, and have led to tick-borne diseases in the United States, as well as smallpox, anthrax and other outbreaks in England, Russia and several other countries. Sargent makes the most compelling and comprehe... more
by Mahmoud Elzein“A Swims to Z” is an engaging and informative Sea Adventure picture book that presents interesting scientific facts about fish and water animals in a fun way. In the books, kids are entertained with an ongoing battle between the bad Shark and the brave Penguin supported by his superhero friends. Kids will learn many fascinating facts: Fact 1: Did you know that a Blue Whale weighs around 150 tons, equal to the weight of 20 Elephants put together? Fact 2: Did you know that it is the male ... more
by Mukesh BorarAutomation is a positive phenomenon that is destined to change our lives. Powered by technologies like artificial intelligence, IoT, digitization and robotics – automation is set to lead us to an era of massive auto-generated wealth. However, on the way, there will also be several economic and environmental crises, which would demand new solutions, policies and ways of life. ‘Redesigning Life with Automation’ aims to define these solutions by taking a systemic view of the automation phenomeno... more
by WH ClarkOver one thousand no-cost, low-cost projects to lower your utility bills at home or at work.
by Edward Rouse Pryor
A fascinating account of why so many people have come to believe that humans and greenhouse gases are the cause of global warming when actually there are several regulators of earth’s temperature over different time periods – and all are related to some aspect of the sun – while none are related to greenhouse gases or human activities.
by AMIR JOYMorality... Have you ever stopped in your tracks and just wondered what exactly is morality? Of course, morality is what separates us, humans, from animals, right? But then, why do some animals act in such ways that might be described as moral? For instance, chimpanzee will tend to share his food with his peer instead of taking the share for himself. Even rats would choose to save his fellow caged rat instead of choosing to obtain food. Are these moral acts or merely animalistic instincts? If th... more
by Farzana PriorA hundred years ago, the world was gripped by a pandemic. Today the world is again in the grips of an uncaring and unrelenting pandemic. When will the next one come, will we be ready? This book seeks to compare Covid-19 with the Spanish Flu, with a view to extracting and documenting the lessons we have learned, and should have learned. Armed with this information, we can be better prepared for when the next pandemic strikes.
by Eric FeichthalerI hope you are as excited about visiting our country’s national parks and monuments as I am. Our country is amazing and has so much for us to enjoy. Whenever I am on a trip to a new national park, I like to write about and draw what I see. I have been visiting national parks since I was 8 and have been documenting my travels in a journal with photos and memories. I have had the good fortune to travel to all 50 states in which I visited 50 of our nation's 62 national parks from 2015 – 2020. I hav... more
by Hamza E Alsamraee
by Jonathan NorthcoteWhat if Plato's Atlantis was a real, identifiable place? How would this affect accepted history (where does history start and pre-history end) and, even, accepted geology? This is NOT about any Atlantean civilisation. It is about comparing Plato's description of the physical environment of Atlantis with a sunken area in the Atlantic ocean and showing (by reference to many peer-reviewed scientific works) that most of Plato's descriptions are found in this sunken area.
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by mark morrisCome join Hugo, and his 2 offsiders, Iggy the iguana, and Boobie the bird, on their adventures of discovery, exploring the North Pole and the amazing animals that make these incredible places their home. Apart from finding Hugo hidden in each scene, enjoy 28 pages of fun stories filled with clever wordplay, engaging illustrated characters, and learn some fun facts about the North Pole and the animals that live there. Visit www.thehugonauts.com to experience any one of our 4 Amazing Anima... more
by mark morrisCome join Hugo, and his 2 offsiders, Iggy the iguana, and Boobie the bird, on their adventures of discovery, exploring the South Pole and the amazing animals that make these incredible places their home. Apart from finding Hugo hidden in each scene, enjoy 28 pages of fun stories filled with clever wordplay, engaging illustrated characters, and learn some fun facts about the South Pole and the animals that live there. Visit www.thehugonauts.com to experience any one of our 4 Amazing Anima... more
by mark morrisCome join Hugo, and his 2 offsiders, Iggy the iguana, and Boobie the bird, on their adventures of discovery, exploring Australia and the amazing animals that make this incredible place their home. Apart from finding Hugo hidden in each scene, enjoy 28 pages of fun stories filled with clever wordplay, engaging illustrated characters, and learn some fun facts about Australia and the animals that live there. Visit www.thehugonauts.com to experience any one of our 4 Amazing Animal Adventures... more