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  • Friends

    by Michael Barrett Miller
    A great deal of what I am doing with my advocacy work is to offer a voice to those who may not be able to speak up for themselves. The purpose of this book is to share photos of many of our non-human Friends with a larger audience. These friends give us the impetus to speak up for them, our environment, and our habitat. We support many organizations, causes, research, and volunteerism that directly impact our animal friends and their daily lives. Education, preservation, conservation are the k... more
  • What Is Present Reality: The Power of Managing the Limits of Science by Vipin Gupta

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    What Is Present Reality: The Power of Managing the Limits of Science challenges the classical determinism, neoclassical thermodynamism, modern probabilistic relativism, as well as post-modern quantum indeterminism notions of knowing the present reality. It examines the diverse doctrines for planning the future reality. It shows that the present reality is neither the general notion about what it is nor the specific notion of what it is not. As a general notion, the present reality is a sum of th... more
  • A Beekeeper's Diary

    by Charlotte Ekker Wiggins
    The information in this easy-to-use guide with handy checklists and tips will answer beginning beekeeping questions and help starting beekeepers trouble shoot issues as they start keeping honey bees.
  • The New Farmer's Almanac, Volume V: Grand Land Plan

    by Severine von Tscharner Fleming
    The New Farmer’s Almanac, Vol. V is an antidote to the repeating story of helplessness in the face of climo-politico-econo-corona-chaos. In these pages, dozens of contributing writers and artists report from the seas, the borders, the woods, the fields, and the hives. Farmers, poets, grocers, gardeners, architects, activists, agitators—all join forces to re-vision the future of food systems and land use. This is our Grand Land Plan. The New Farmer’s Almanac is a large-scale inquiry—both visua... more
  • Nieuw Amsterdam Advisors

    by William Patrick Slattery
    Nieuw Amsterdam Advisors is an international life sciences consultant practice focused on discovering an elite group of best in class therapeutic, diagnostic and med tech firms that are truly game changing. Our global team is passionate about being on the forefront of providing the expert multilevel support needed to bring this next generation of breakthrough discovery class to the world stage and be a positive force in world health.
  • CJ's Big Project

    by CJ Watson
    CJ’s back for the win but there’s one thing standing in his way, his class project. In order to play in the next Big Game, CJ must find a way to get a passing grade on his science project but can he do it? Will he be able to get a good grade to play in the next big game? Find out in CJ’s next adventure.
  • Microsoft365.com/setup

    by neil nolan

    Get Microsoft 365 setup by visiting microsoft365.com/setup. Sign in to Microsoft account, enter the product key and get apps quickly. Microsoft 365 is the best way to get all the apps of Office within one subscription. In case you are trying to log in at microsoft365.com/setup, you can use the other accounts like OneDrive, Outlook.com, Skype, or X... more

  • Wild Like Flowers

    by Daniel Firth Griffith
    This is a book about Regenerative Agriculture gone wild. This book of short stories and essays is a wondrous meditation on sunrises and wildness, on wildflowers and walks. It is also a book about you, about me, and about the ecosystem regeneration possible through learning to see the wild gifts of Relationship. Drawing on life in his Wildland-a 400-acre process-led and emergent farm that nurtures ecosystem regeneration, carbon sequestration, nourishing foods, bio-diversity, and species hab... more
  • Meaning in the Multiverse

    by Justin Harnish
    Meaning in the Multiverse: A Skeptic’s Guide to a Loving Cosmos is the first book to speculate that meaning is transmitted to us through an all-natural, computational multiverse. Utilizing metaphysics and cosmology, author and scientist Justin Harnish tackles the interrelatedness of meaning and existence. A purposeful and participatory multiverse offers the reader new ways of understanding both flow and mindful experience.
  • Short Stories of Space

    by Piers Horner
    Short Stories of Space explores seven essential, real-life space and astronomy events of the past year, providing fresh perspectives on what these exciting topics mean for our society; for science, and the nature of human wonder. Each story delves into the science, politics and history behind the news headlines, while bringing to life the space research readers may have missed, making them suitable for both a general audience and seasoned enthusiasts alike.
  • Parallels: A Broad Look at Nature's Fascinating Ways

    by SURY V.S
    The phenomena and events which occur (incessantly) in nature are countless. But on careful observation, we can notice that some form of common threads run across different platforms or fields. The term ‘parallels’ has been adopted in this book to denote such occurrences. These fascinating parallels can be found amidst the world of human affairs also, apart from the natural, scientific laws and theories. The writers, especially poets had long ago noticed many obvious similarities and expressed... more
  • Origin of Creation of Species

    by Anthony Gerard Hudson

    This transcript outlines the fundamental sciences which, when compiled together with the Author's own microbiological discovery in neuroscience, enables seamless description to scientifically quantify: "Evident Creation", seamlessly debunking theoretical speciation of creatures.

  • Origin of Creation of Species

    by Anthony Gerard Hudson
    ‘Creation’ did not come together with any religion or belief; however, it is the Creator who is the catalyst for the existence of all known things, both molecular and non-molecular.
  • The New Eugenics

    by Conrad Quintyn
    Biotechnology used today to prevent and repair ‘defects’ in all humans has ushered in the age of the new eugenics. Scientists motivated by healing the sick are notoriously oblivious to the impact of their research on the greater culture. Some scientists are willing to cross “sacred boundaries” and “play God,” all in the name of finding a cure for a disease or preventing illness and enhancing human health. Genetic engineering used today to prevent and repair ‘defects’ in all humans (the new euge... more
  • Leonardo da Vinci: Geologic Representations in the Virgin and Child with St. Anne

    by Ann Pizzorusso
    Leonardo da Vinci’s painting the Virgin and Child with St. Anne, has been the subject of speculation by historians, occultists, art critics, psychiatrists and medical doctors ever since it was painted circa 1501-1517. When Leonardo saw the breathtaking beauty of the Dolomites in northeast Italy in 1500, he found the inspiration for one of his most complex and metaphysical works. Using geology as a tool, author Ann C. Pizzorusso unlocks the symbols and secrets which are hidden in the painting.
  • Frogs

    by Leah Ingledew
    An introduction to the weird and wonderful world of frogs. Discover frogs as big as cats, frogs as small as a fingernail, frogs with see-through skin, poisonous frogs, flying frogs, frogs with claws, greedy frogs and more. Included at the end of the story is a wonderful full colour frog diagram to scan and print, along with folding instructions to make your own paper frog, or even an army of paper frogs!

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