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The Protectors - Book Four: Paths By L.J.M. Wadsworth
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The truth will out. That’s what they say. But you need to talk to the right people, and how are the Twins, shaken to the core, going to get their hands on Joe Gradenko, currently sitting in a... More > jail cell at Flintlock P.D with the combined presence of the FBI and the Project guarding him? Regroup and focus, that’s how. You should never underestimate a wounded animal. Or, for that matter, a man who’s desperate to save his own skin. Shrew’s stepfather, Dan, is beginning to discover what kind of world it was that Shrew inhabited—and it might just work to his own advantage.< Less
Biology Introduction, a 21st Century Formulation By Richard Sauerheber, Ph.D.
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This book is a unique, interesting supplement to standard Biology textbooks. It provides information essential to a reasonable understanding of the differences and commonalities between Creation and... More > macroevolution and lists three Fundamental Laws of Biology. The author performed empirical biological research for over 30 years in both Federally funded and private institutions, largely on cell membrane biology, diabetes and insulin action. Additional topics discussed cover a wide range, including the biologic significance of the Grand Canyon, Bristlecone pines and dinosaurs. Data support the past co-existence of ancient dinosaurs with modern animal varieties such as turtle and alligator. It is not recommended for those who believe macroevolution is a proven fact. Copyright Year: © 2011 Library of Congress< Less
Staphylococcus: Genetics and Physiology By Greg A. Somerville
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Paperback: ISBN 978-1-910190-49-4 EAN 9781910190494 This book brings together respected S. aureus experts from around the world to provide a timely overview of staphylococcal research. Topics... More > covered include: historical background; medical significance in humans and animals; genetic variation; virulence factors; metabolism and physiology; physiological proteomics; cell wall assembly and physiology; transition metal ion homeostasis; molecular strategies of antibiotic resistance; genetic regulation; and immune response. Essential reading for scientists working with staphylococci. This text is an excellent introduction for entry level scientists, as well as those seeking a deeper understanding of this critically important bacterial pathogen.< Less
Il Communionismo (a Treatise About New Kind of Communes) By Ivancho Jotata
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This is a paper about one of my many ideas for bettering of the society, namely for building of /voluntarily chosen families/, by the simple reason that the families came down from historical scene... More > but they are necessary, we are social animals, some kind of communes are always needed. So that I begin firstly with the motivation of this process, and what will happen if we will not realize this idea. Then I explain it in rough strokes, then come to other, higher, levels of communization, then to the changes in our social life that will appear with the introduction of this idea as collateral effects, then to some discussion (here with myself) about the need or religions and how they have to look in the age of space flights and cell phones. But if you are convinced anti-communist you better skip this paper.< Less
OPENING By Jean Lyford
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Jean Lyford left this world in 2014. With this fourth and final collection of poetry, we are welcomed into new ways of understanding the many cycles of opening and closing that move throughout nature... More > and human lives, especially the seminal ones that bookend each individual life. As she strives to make sense of the progression of her cancer, Jean takes us into the microscopic world of cells, the richness of memory, the life force of plants and animals, and even the swirling mysteries of black holes. We travel with her as she discovers that questioning may be more important than finding answers, that searching for meaning nourishes the human spirit, and that curiosity and hope can carry us though the sacred metamorphosis we call death.< Less
Viruses of Rhabdoviridae Infecting Plants, Vertebrates & Invertebrates By Prashant C Arade et al.
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There are more than 160 viral species in the family Rhabdoviridae, which pose a threat to plant, human and animal health. Most plant rhabdoviruses are transmitted by aphids, leafhoppers or... More > planthoppers, and several of them have been shown to replicate in arthropod vectors. The OFV is transmitted by the false-spider mite B. californicus in a persistent manner. The entry of virus into host cells is mediated by the surface G protein which binds to a cellular receptor. It outlines the exciting opportunities for future research that will contribute to a more detailed understanding of the biology, biochemistry, replication and host interactions of the plant rhabdoviruses.< Less
Light Plays By N. D. Hansen-Hill
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Book Two of The Light Play Trilogy    In Light Play, Dr. Caroline Denaro’s experiments with plant and animal genes had lethal consequences. Some of the gene sequences she... More > transferred contained a virus. First, her rats, and then Denaro herself, succumbed to her experimental error.    In a desperate effort to save herself, Denaro contacted Rick Lockmann, and pleaded for assistance. Unfortunately for Rick, that moment of contact was to prove nearly fatal. Denaro’s touch carried with it both the virus, and an unexpected dose of plant genes.    Now, Rick’s problems are far from over. He is no longer fully human. Not only are his physical needs different, but he has to come to terms with his mutant status - and the knowledge that he harbours the world’s most valuable DNA within his cells. DNA that some people will do anything to possess. 1877343625 ISBN< Less
White Spark: A New Philosophy and the Mysteries of the Universe By Orville Livingston Leach
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This book is called The White Spark as the white spark or vacuum cell in Nature IS THE RIGHT HAND OF GOD— Such as: A New Book, giving out a New Philosophy and the Mysteries of the Universe, Or... More > described it: The Handbook of Millennium and the New Dispensation. It is a ubiquitous principle of the universe and is the cause and parent of electricity, combustion, radium, snow-flakes, flowers, trees, leaves, crystallization, wireless telegraphy, animal forms and EVEN LIFE ITSELF. This book is the key to every department of human endeavor, as it enunciates the basic principle and THE PRIME MOVER of the universe. It tells the road to health, the cause and cure of disease, the truth about the germ humbug and drug treatments, serums and antitoxins. And, It shows why luminosity is produced on the flesh of various organisms, why a slice of pollock when first iced, then heated to 100 degrees and then thrust into a temperature of 50 degrees becomes luminous... And much more, Related to the Universe, Cosmos..< Less
Dust By E. (Emanuel) Haldeman-Julius
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Dust consists of particles in the atmosphere that come from various sources such as soil, dust lifted by weather (an aeolian process), volcanic eruptions, and pollution. Dust in homes, offices, and... More > other human environments contains small amounts of plant pollen, human and animal hairs, textile fibers, paper fibers, minerals from outdoor soil, human skin cells, burnt meteorite particles, and many other materials which may be found in the local environment. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dust Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Emanuel Haldeman-Julius (né Emanuel Julius) (July 30, 1889 – July 31, 1951) was a Jewish-American socialist writer, atheist thinker, social reformer and publisher. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/E._Haldeman-Julius< Less
Reversing Disease Naturally: Natural Non-toxic Remedies and Forbidden Cures They Do Not Want You to Know About By Mike Cavalli
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Reversing Disease Naturally uncovers the labyrinth that governments and their agencies have created to protect primarily corporate interests. In this book you will discover the dirty little secrets... More > which cell phone companies want to keep from you, secrets that are making you sick. You will discover the food labelling laws that trick you into believing you are getting what it says on the label, where 'Natural' does not mean as nature intended and 'Meat' does not mean the flesh of an animal - two examples of how the health-conscious shopper is duped. This book will show you in simple terms why you are becoming sick and how you can reverse even the so-called terminal diseases both naturally and safely. For every problem presented in this book one or many exciting solutions will be on offer including forgotten or ‘forbidden’ cures not available to doctors and therapists but still perfectly legal and simple to self-administer at a fraction of the cost of more expensive treatments.< Less

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