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The Spinal Answer Exercise Protocol By Douglas Taber
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This book contains an 8-week program of exercises for chronic low back pain based on yoga and meditation postures along with spinal stabilization exercises to address mechanical causes of back... More > problems. It is based on Dr. Taber's book, The Spinal Answer.< Less
Preconditioning iterative methods for PDE constrained optimization By Tyrone Rees
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A thesis submitted for the DPhil at the University of Oxford
A Miscellany of Medicinal Herbs In Verse: Short Poems About Valuable Herbs By Christopher Day
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NEW! Born out of a smaller series of Facebook postings, this book contains poems about 100 medicinal plants. While fun, this collection is also educational and of medicinal value. Some of the... More > original poems have been polished up a bit and many more added, making it a worthwhile collection.< Less
The Devastating Delusions of the Contemporary Mind By Henry E. Jones, M.D.
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Common cognitive errors of contemporary people and how these errors in thinking cause violence and mental illness
Volley2... Topic 15 By William / Mohammed Hale / Omar
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In this log the relationship between Ramadan and Energy and Eide and mass is explored.
Future World By Shyam Mehta
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So, in this book I set out my best estimates of what might be happening in the future. It is not pretty. And the fundamental reason for this is the law of karma: that when one does ‘bad’... More > things one is due to suffer. It is my thesis that there is no more reincarnation and that the amount of ‘bad’ things that have been done over the last few decades has been enormous. Most particularly, there has been enormous injury to animals, largely but not entirely due to the past trend to non-vegetarianism.< Less
Physics of Subspace Geometry By David Butterworth
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Here's the science of the future. My approach to a unified Physics theory that combines gravity, electromagnetic, and nuclear forces into a simple theory of subspace singularities. The future of... More > cheap energy, force fields, and warp travel to the stars is in the near future. Look at the new science that will open up a whole new future for us. I have given this 12 page document for free in the hopes that everyone will see it. If you can please distribute this to friends and family. A new revolution is starting. It is time for us to find our own truths and not what experts tell us to believe. However I welcome their review as well. My book "Little Book Open" has more truths to be given than I could put into this document. That book is available to anyone who would want to know the truth.< Less
Coding, Billing & Compliance for Interventional Pain Management By Trish Halterman
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Medical Coding, Billing & Compliance
Psychoanalysis : Sleep and Dreams (Illustrated) By André Tridon
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“St. Augustine was glad that God did not hold him responsible for his dreams. From which we may infer that his dreams must have been “human, all too human” and that he experienced a... More > certain feeling of guilt on account of their nature. His attitude is one assumed by many people, laymen and scientists, some of them concealing it under a general scepticism as to dream interpretation. Few people are willing to concede as Nietzsche did, that “nothing is more genuinely ourselves than our dreams.” This is why the psychoanalytic pronouncement that dreams are the fulfilment of wishes meets with so much hostility.”< Less
Sleep and Its Derangements (Illustrated) By William A. Hammond
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“The state of general repose which accompanies sleep is of especial value to the organism in allowing the nutrition of the nervous tissue to go on at a greater rate than its destructive... More > metamorphosis. The same effect is, of course, produced upon the other structures of the body; but this is not of so much importance as regards them, for while we are awake they all obtain a not inconsiderable amount of rest. Even those actions which are most continuous, such as respiration and the pulsation of the heart, have distinct periods of suspension. Thus, after the contraction and dilatation of the auricles and ventricles of the heart, there is an interval during which the organ is at rest.”< Less