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Science & Nature
by Mark PichoraImagination and education go hand in hand in this father-daughter camping trip beneath the stars. Jane listens as her dad tells of an amazing alien world, but is it all just a trick? Perhaps not! His fantastical imaginings are soon followed by an inspired account of the wonders of space and its infinite possibility, putting his wild tale into perspective against an even wilder universe. Stargazing will inspire kids to unleash their imagination as they learn about the wonders of space, from... more
by K.B. CarrAre aliens among us? Out there, somewhere in the world, are weird creatures who could very easily be aliens from other planets, but they share the same Earth we do. You may have a hard time believing they really exist, but I assure you that they do, and I have the pictures to prove it. Is truth stranger than fiction? You decide...
by Michael ReedThis is a coloring book that helps to describe some of the beneficial insects on Earth. This piece consists of simple black-and-write drawings and text.
by Jeff Attinella
This historic tale tells the story of the race between the United States and the Soviet Union to put a man on the moon. The world watched on as these two countries went back and forth, each attempt getting closer and closer to making history!
by Pius WongThis hybrid engineering reference and improv manual gives practical tips on how to boost design skills and design thinking with improv exercises. It pushes designers to trust their teams, take initiative, focus on the customer, and better transform abstract ideas into reality. Engineers, artists, makers, software developers, and entrepreneurs will find the most benefit from this guide, especially if they work in teams and strive to innovate. Teachers and trainers can also use this guide to suppl... more
by Antonin TuynmanHow do we understand the world around us? How do we solve problems? Often the answer to these questions follows a certain pattern, an algorithm if you wish. This is the case when our analytical left-brain side is at work. However, there are also elements in our behaviour where intelligence appears to follow a more elusive path, which cannot easily be characterised as a specific sequence of steps. Is Intelligence an Algorithm? offers an insight into intelligence as it functions in nature, like... more
by Antonin TuynmanTechnovedanta 2.0 is at the junction where science and technology meet spirit in the light of the “Technological Singularity”. It is written for people with a scientific or philosophical orientation and with an interest in (eastern) spirituality. The book aims to explore the concept of consciousness as the foundation of being and to provide a complete theoretical and technological digital framework to integrate all possible knowledge of matter, mind, information and mysticism without contradicti... more
by Antonin TuynmanWill the internet one day awaken as a conscious entity? Or do we need to design a structured architecture in order to impart the quality of consciousness to the web? In the present book Technovedanta an architecture for the internet as AwwwareNet is proposed based on stratifications derived from the Indian philosophy of Vedanta to create a functional mimic of consciousness, quasi-consciousness. The deep exploration in Nature’s fundamental primacy of consciousness led me to the hypothesis of a pa... more
by Zeev NitsanBehind the Scenes of the Brain Show offers far-reaching insight into the human brain, packed with fascinating insight from the fields of science, philosophy, history and literature. This important volume showcases your brain's development, from the embryonic phase until old-age, while describing the changes the brain goes through in all of its emotional and social states, such as love, depression, joy, concentration, sleep and dream.
by Michael ReedThis coloring book helps the reader/artist to understand how living things are grouped. The book consists of simple pictures of plants, animals, and other organisms on Earth.
by Stephen Clark
EXPLORING THE LANDSCAPE OF THE MIND:
UNDERSTANDING HUMAN THOUGHT AND BEHAVIOR
Dr Stephen S Clark
This book is based on the premise that humankind is first and foremost the outcome of the process of biological evolution. Recognition of this is fundamenta... more
by Antoine Averie
A single world with 7.4 billion humans accelerating through an unknown emptiness, home to the most complex sentient intelligence known to exist engaged in unending war without conscience while destroying the ecosystem that supports their existence...Honest, revealing and exhaustively researched, this report is an in-depth expose of human reality in what may be the most decisive and critical century in the history of humanity with a solution that could change everything.
by Aleksandr AnufriyevIs it even possible?! To travel in time? If you don't know how to explain to your kids, your friends or your students about what Time means, then in this book you will find the answers. This book is for every age, anyone who can read and who is interested in what time is,will be the main audience. It explains why people think time is relative, what is time, and gives the audience examples of different devices to "measure" time, also it explains why time travel is not possible.
by Larry Feign
The bedroom antics of the animal kingdom revealed!
Did you know…
- Snakes have forked penises!
- Minks do it for eight hours non-stop!
- A male praying mantis performs better after a female eats his head!
- Snails’ sex organs are on the sides of their heads!
- A giraffe’s neck isn’t the only thing that’s extra-long!
Discover amazing facts and hilarious cartoons about the intimate habits... more
by Stephen S Clark
by Mark DanenhauerJake's Nature Guide is a pocket size guide to the Rocky Mountains that covers all aspects of the natural world in one easy to use field guide. It provides general information on each subjects, such as reproduction of mammals or insects, and then helps readers identify the common species of the Rockies. This tiny book may be jam packed with over 300 photos and images, but it is well organized and written in non-technical language.