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by Vashikaran Specialist in Delhiक्या आपको दिल्ली में वशीकरण विशेषज्ञ Vashikaran Specialist in Delhi, नोएडा Noida और गुड़गांव एनसीआर Gurgoan NCR में वशीकरण विशेषज्ञ या दिल्ली में वशीकरण विशेषज्ञ Vashikaran expert in Delhi की आवश्यकता है ? क्या आपने प्यार से नाता तोड़ लिया है? नई दिल्ली, एनसीआर में एक वास्तविक वशीकरण विशेषज्ञ की मदद से अपने प्रेमी के साथ जुड़ना चाहते हैं? दिल्ली, नोएडा और गुड़गांव में सर्वश्रेष्ठ प्रेम वशीकरण विशेषज्ञ केतन शर्मा जी से परामर्श करें। वह दिल्ली में एक प्रसिद्ध वशीकरण विशेषज्ञ हैं। जिस समय आप दिल्... more
by Karthik Sekar, PhDAnimals make for terrible technology. The technological use of animals--making food, drugs, clothing, and cosmetics out of animal material--will cease. A cow is a terrible bioreactor; it takes months to grow fully and wastes over 90% of what’s fed to it. We can’t do much better because the limitation comes from the physics of chemical diffusion and blood circulation. No amount of engineering will redeem cow technology. We’re better off developing replacement technology such as microbial fermenta... more
by QT Luong
With the stroke of a pen, the president of the United States can proclaim a national monument. The Antiquities Act of 1906 was enacted to provide an expedited means to protect areas of natural or cultural significance. Since then, 16 presidents have used the Act to preserve some of America' most treasured public lands and waters. In 2017, an unprecedented executive order was issued questioning these designations by calling for the review of 27 national monuments across 11 states and two o... more
by Oliver OscerIt must be a general observation that the more progressive the technology is and the better the choices accessible - while taking cost-effectiveness into account - are decisive features in choosing a custom software development company. A trade is continued with software applications that deliver a meticulously planned-out and deliberately serviced and serviceable website "face" no matter the size of that business enterprise: large, small, or medium. Sustaining the relevant requirements and sti... more
by Elvira WerkmanA true story that starts with one man and one nest. Written in a lucid style that immediately draws the reader into a compelling reflection on this endangered bird of prey. In this book, Elvira Werkman combines valuable and sometimes emotional nature conservation stories with hard facts about the state of agriculture and nature. The book follows harrier conservationist Ben Koks from the Netherlands to West Africa —seeing through his eyes and flying along with Montagu’s harrier. Montagu’s ... more
by Rizwan Virk
Do multiple versions of ourselves exist in parallel universes living out their lives in different timelines?
In this follow up to his bestseller, The Simulation Hypothesis, MIT Computer Scientist and Silicon Valley Game Pioneer Rizwan Virk explores these topics from a new lens: that of simulation theory. If we are living in a digital universe, then many of the complexities and baffling characteristics of our reality start to make more sense. Quantum computing l... more
by AMEYA PANDIT
The book is a collection of Short letters/essays on Childhood, Nature and Arts. Each letter is fewer than 12 sentences long, and is separated by a section mark. The letters are grouped into the aforesaid chapters. They are truths from my personal experiences, some I have lived, while others I have imagined. They do not follow any particular order, like a book of poems, you can pick anyone and meditate or reflect on it. A slow, deliberate read with a reading of the introductions will prepare a... more
by Dr. J. J. WeilerCreating with Code: A Fun Exploration of Computer-Generated Images and Machine Learning provides a comprehensive introduction to generating artistic images using the latest computer programming techniques. Presented in a fun and informative comic book style, this work explores the mechanisms, advantages, and limitations of emerging technology.
by Kevin M. Feeney
With more than two-dozen contributors and over 450-pages of content Fly Agaric is the most comprehensive book on the iconic red and white-spotted mushroom ever assembled. In the 29 chapters contained herein the reader is taken on a journey through history, folklore, and the magical landscapes experienced under the influence of the Fly Agaric, and its many close relatives. The reader of this book will learn:
- How to recognize and identify over a dozen types of psychoactive Amanita sp... more
by Robert PleasantPsychologists enter a town where no law enforcement is available, a community is presented, and ethics are stacked high or morale is questioned.
by Sean Buvala"Why does the sun chase the moon?" This original pourquoi tale explains that the Moon is jealous of his brother the Sun for no reason other than he thinks people love Sun more than he. The beautiful illustrations are sure to captivate your child. This story of why the sun chases the moon is written in both English and Spanish and is the perfect bedtime story.
by Max-Henri LaviWhat is the meaning of freedom in religion and in science? Who experiences the divine in the world, and why? Who is God and how does He reveal Himself in the history of humankind? How are we to understand holiness, faith, and the purpose of life? Why is there suffering in the world, and how will our trust in God lead us to the Tree of Life in the garden of Eden? The philosophical and religious edifice presented here is founded on the idea of human freedom. We will discover a personal God... more
by Kevin William Grant
Stress, anxiety, depression, trauma, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), bullying, and burnout have all become “accepted realities” for first responders in the modern workplace. This workbook unpacks contemporary workplace realities, educates you about trauma, and helps you build your personalized recovery plan for transformation, recovery, and healing.
This recovery program has eight core purposes:
Validate your current situation. This recover... more
by Sandith ThandasherryIn 2021, the solar ferry ADITYA won the Gustave Trouve Award for the "World's Best Electric Ferry." It was chosen as a great demonstration of a renewable energy project that is also economically viable. The success of the boat and the impact it has created have generated a lot of interest in India and other countries with abundant sunlight. To ensure this interest leads to a suitable product configuration, one must understand the philosophy of solar boats. This book introduces solar boats and... more
by John RyanIt's Really About Time provides a clear and complete explanation of why it will someday be possible to travel years, decades or even centuries into the future, a direct consequence of Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity. The book is aimed at intellectually curious people and requires no previous science or mathematics training.
by Joe StroutIf you have ever wanted to learn how to program computers, this is the book for you. Starting at Day 1 you will be writing code using a clean, simple programming language that was designed to be especially easy to learn! With step-by-step examples and clear explanations, this book will guide you from absolute beginner to sophisticated programmer. The skills you learn in this book will provide a firm foundation for programming in any language.