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TIME TRAVEL Experiences: In a Sense, we all are Time Travelers! We are Surviving each and every Active Time-Point in this Timeliby Aldrin MathewThe Book is written in Simple Language and is divided into 3 Different Sections. The First Section, INVISIBLE DIMENSIONS OF LIFE reveals a Psychological and Social background, while the Second Section, UNIVERSAL SUMMATICAL NUMBERS is purely Mathematical and is based on derivations. The Third Section, named TIME TRAVEL EXPERIENCES on the other hand reveals the importance Logic and Imagination have in Science and it will help you to picture a new Idea about the Universe, Time and Time Travel......... more
by Carole P. RomanJoin Carole P. Roman when she blasts off to colonize the planet Mars, in the newest book of her informative series. Learn about how life would be living on the Red Planet. Travel to Olympus Mons, the largest volcano in the solar system. Look into the sky and watch Phobos and Deimos, Mars' two moons. Discover what you would wear, and how the seasons change. See Mars through the eyes of an adventurous youngster like you and understand what life is like in a trip of a lifetime. Don't forget to look... more
by Mark OristanoSurgeon's Story is a look at the training and career of Dr. Kristine Guleserian, one of only nine female pediatric heart surgeons in the US. From her earliest days growing up in Boston, through medical training, to her work in what is medicine's most demanding specialty, Dr. G defies category. Her ego firmly in check, she's all about her patients. You'll meet two-year old Rylynn, who is in need of a new heart. And 13 year old Andrew, who gets a new heart and, three weeks later, accompanies Dr. G... more
by Yair and Michal leshemThe book is about Allison and Daniel, the exploring twins, that are curious about the world around them. Together with their parents they learn about nature and science and run fun science experiments. The book is both a reading book for the kids and a "cookbook" to follow a scientific experiment.
by Dale CottonWelcome on a journey to one of the most isolated corners of the world, to learn about the beautiful and mysterious Flatback Turtle! The Flatback is unique among the seven species of sea turtles; it is the only sea turtle to nest solely in a single country, doing so in the rugged far north of Australia. The Flatback Turtle nesting is one of nature’s spectacular events. The pilgrimage to witness it is a privilege few can claim given the tremendous isolation of the beaches the turtles call hom... more
by Christina WashingtonJoin Ms. Pearl and her dynamic animal friends as they explore STEAM - science, technology, engineering, art, and math! Readers will be inspired to recreate kid-friendly experiments performed in the book as they learn science concepts and terminology.
by Jonathan KaneIn God's Word or Human Reason?, five former young-Earth creationists explore the topics of science and Biblical exegesis with the goal of showing that the scientific method does more to glorify God than to denigrate Him. Instead of providing a broad-level overview of the evidence for evolution and an old Earth, this book takes a new approach that considers the detailed expanse of creationist technical literature. The six main chapters provide an in depth examination of these arguments in a few ... more
by Wendy DrexlerBuzz, Ruby, and Their City Chicks is an illustrated and compelling nonfiction nature story for children ages 5 through 11. It recounts the saga of a widely watched pair of red-tailed hawks who raised and fledged three chicks from the fourth-floor ledge of an office building in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in 2010. Enhanced by vibrant color illustrations derived from actual photos of the birds taken on site by four acclaimed wildlife photographers, this story captures a hawk family’s daily peril... more
by Claire Splan
You can grow a bountiful, delicious crop of tomatoes even if you don't live in a hot climate! Success depends on selecting the right tomato variety and then providing the right growing conditions--and maybe employing one or two special tips that can make all the difference between wimpy, flavorless tomatoes and juicy, flavor-packed ones. This book will show you which types and varieties will grow best in your cool climate and how to give them the TLC they need to produce the best crop. Wh... more
by Claire SplanCalifornia abounds with edible selections to grow in the diverse conditions of the state. California Fruit & Vegetable Gardening addresses the critical elements of climate, soil, sun, and water that affects growing success. More than sixty fruits, vegetables, herbs, and edible flowers are highlighted, and helpful charts and graphs for planning and planting the garden are included.
by Vince HoughSolar energy is the fastest-growing source of clean energy for the home. Today, almost 1,000,000 American homeowners reduce their carbon footprint and fight climate change with solar energy. They are rewarded with significant savings on their home energy bills. But does that mean you can also save money by going solar today? The answer is—it depends! In this book, the author shares a range of insights that guide you through the residential solar market and cut through the complicated aspects o... more
by Dylan ClearfieldThis is a book for researchers and Mars enthusiasts alike. In it you will find both true science and far-reaching imagination. Be advised: many of the photographs in this book are so revealing that you may be convinced by them that intelligent life exists on Mars now or else once did. Some of the images will clearly show: a portion of an ancient highway system once used on Mars, the close up of the metal remains of a destroyed alien vehicle on the surface of the planet, the front entrance and ... more
by Liam KeatingPhilosophy and theory on the working of the brain
by David John SmithThis book questions the standard theory that the entire universe was created at a single point in space and time as a "Big Bang" and has been expanding ever since. It looks at the evidence that has been used to support this theory and suggests that there could be an alternative explanation.
by Dylan Clearfield
We may be in danger from our own moon. Hostile aliens have established numerous bases there and exercise complete control of this nearby neighbor. Using information found in secret alien files and never before seen photographs, hot spots of extraterrestrial activity on the moon are revealed in this book and close ups of extraterrestrial structures and UFOs are shown.
One of the most striking discoveries on the lunar surface is a graveyard which appears to contain a se... more
by Paul Gipe
Wind Energy for the Rest of Us straddles two—or more—worlds. The book is about wind energy. It’s not just about small wind turbines. It’s not just about large wind turbines. It’s about the depth and breadth of wind energy, encompassing more than either type of wind turbine. It includes water-pumping windmills and sailing ships. It’s a sprawling book, one minute discussing how to install small wind turbines safely, the next explaining how farmers in Indiana ... more