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by James BakerThis book describes one plan for the near-term future in which we solve humanity's major problems (climate, poverty, death, disease….), while creating a glorious future for ourselves. It is based on science we have and numbers that work limited only by what is physically possible, not politics or human inertia.
by S.D. HenkeLike any typical fifth-grader, Pi deals with the everyday complexities of life, family, and friendship. Compound that with his upcoming heart surgery, and you have the recipe for a galactic-level disaster. Sandwiched between his exhausted mother, his deployed military father, and his declining grandfather, it feels as if his universe is set to implode. When it’s announced that his school will host a national science contest, Pi sees this as his chance to change the course of his life. Unfortunat... more
Three Wise Men: The answers to those profound questions about the Universe, Time, the Origin of Life and are we alone or not? (Tby Lou BavouMost science books are hard work! So, this is a fact book with a fictional twist. It sets out to make science and religion more understandable and enjoyable to read, plus hopefully pose a few thought-provoking insights along the way. It’s a novel way of explaining the science behind those profound questions we ponder on occasionally: What are the origins of the Universe and life? Are we alone in the Universe? When did Time begin? Does God exist? Is there an afterlife? To make the science, whi... more
by Andrej PoleevSubjectology (from Latin subject and logos) studies the internal states of living and nonliving systems capable of symbolic representation of any real content, i.e. to display sensory perceptible information and to transform it into world pictures, the elements of which are symbols whose meaning or sense is determined in the context of the symbolic representation.
by Paulo BuchsbaumIf you want to read scientific articles in fields such as humanities, health, social sciences, and technology, but have little familiarity with statistics, this can become a challenging task, considering that most articles use statistics as a tool to support their results and conclusions. The basic statistics content available falls into two categories: one that discusses it in a verbose and casual manner, without a specific focus and blending entertainment with science; and one that shows th... more
by Andrew RobertIf you are seeking skilled Australian immigration, you should prepare a CDR (competency demonstration report) for Engineers Australia. However, preparing a CDR Australia report is not child's play. Many candidates fail to get approved for Australian immigration on their very first attempt due to its complexities. A CDR is a technical report which requires you to have proper knowledge and understanding of the CDR preparation and its guideline cited by Engineers Australia (EA). The Engineers Austr... more
by Steven WarnerCome and explore twelve National Parks with your child through this engaging, interactive book! The repetitive text and catchy lyrics allows your child to participate in the reading as they discover the beauty, wonder and wildlife of the parks! Your child will explore each park through stunning illustrations as they spot wildlife that is unique to each National Park in this I Spy style book. Simple, yet engaging text makes this book perfect for your littlest explorer and realistic, beautiful ill... more
by Bill Harvey
“It is long past time to discuss the ultimate questions such as “why are we here?” … We need the answers in order to have the intestinal fortitude to stand up and do whatever it takes to overcome the challenges facing civilization today.”
Scientists can do much to help humanity simply by acknowledging that there is no scientific basis for ruling out the possibility that the universe is intelligent. This simple and eminently justifiable (if no... more
by Eric BurnsMen and women who dedicated themselves to the possibility of communication with the dead included William James, perhaps the greatest American intellect of all time. He was the father of empiricism and the first man to teach a college-level course (at Harvard) on psychology. Nineteenth-century believers also included Thomas Edison, Guglielmo Marconi, Frederick Douglass, and Mark Twain, as well as dons from Oxford and Cambridge, and presidents, deans, leading scholars, and scientists from Yale, H... more
by Misty KnightlyKameika and Joey are riding home from school together. They notice the fire danger sign has changed from low-risk to extremely high-risk while they were in school today. What does this mean? Readers join Kameika and Joey as they prepare for a potential wildfire. Then follow them when they are told to evacuate to safer locations because of a nearby wildfire. And the devastation when one of their homes is lost to the wildfire. Along the way, Joey and Kameika learn about Go Bags, defensible space... more
by Michael DowJean, Condi, and Sonia sit with Nurse Florence during lunch. They ask her to discuss an illness people may get more often with climate change. Nurse Florence discusses heatstroke and uses images from the internet to discuss the topic.
by Michael DowCondi, Jean, and Sonia sit with Nurse Florence during lunch. They ask her to discuss how the brain works. Nurse Florence uses images from the internet to discuss the topic. The girls ask brilliant questions and are amazed.
by Dennis de CaesEnter a magical world full of adventure and learn everything about cybersecurity in an understandable way! The new book “The Cyber Adventures of Charli: a safe journey through a digital world” takes you on a journey through 13 different short stories. Written in a fairytale way, these stories make understanding cybersecurity easy for kids and parents.
by Phoebe FeatherlyIt lives in a tree on an island. Is it a bird? Is it a squirrel? Is it a hairy old man? What in the world is a wild Pongo? Finneas McFarley’s teacher wants him to find the species of the animal with the genus name Pongo. Learn how this endangered mystery beast lives in the wild and try to guess its species name before the end of the book.
by Shermaine Perry-KnightsReady to grow your family with a furry friend? Looking for an engaging book to prepare for a pet in your home? Here it is! Pets bring companionship and humor into our lives, but it's not always a smooth ride. Join Ryan as she explores what it means to be responsible for and kind to a rowdy rabbit named Ronnie. This isn't as easy as it seems, considering the trouble Ronnie gets into. This patience book for kids ... Encourages age-appropriate discussions about patience, kindness, and self... more
by Shermaine Perry-KnightsGirls today face so many different challenges in their lives. They are expected to be brave and strong, make new friends, help others, and perform well in school and in sports... while looking their best. Girls are often told to hide their genius and feelings. More and more girls think that they are not good enough. What should we do to help our girls? This book helps girls develop courage and real confidence to show off their creative genius! The inspiring stories in this book will show girl... more