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Earth Science By Shelby Renfro
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The earth and all things in it are very important and that is why we study everything about it. This book will show you all about the four main areas that you would study if you want t to learn about... More > the earth. Earth science is very important if you want to help the planet and all the things in it like human’s animals and plants. All these things are important to the planet and how we live now.< Less
Earth Science By Shelby Renfro
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The earth and all things in it are very important and that is why we study everything about it. This book will show you all about the four main areas that you would study if you want t to learn about... More > the earth. Earth science is very important if you want to help the planet and all the things in it like human’s animals and plants. All these things are important to the planet and how we live now.< Less
Cosmic Report Card: Earth By Forrest J Ackerman
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Forrest J Ackerman, the man who coined the term "sci-fi" in 1954, published the world's shortest science fiction story, "Cosmic Report Card: Earth," in Vertex Magazine (1973). It... More > has since been translated into eight languages. Ackerman, now 89, is known by millions as the former editor of Famous Monsters of Filmland Magazine; literary agent to sci-fi luminaries such as Ray Bradbury, L. Ron Hubbard, A.E. Van Vogt; ill-iterary agent to Ed Wood Jr; and also a super fan and collector. "Uncle Forry" is considered a mentor by notables like Stephen Spielberg, John Landis and Peter Jackson. Says Ackerman, "At the time, it was considered that Fredric Brown had written the world’s shortest; "The last man on Earth sat alone in a room. There was a knock on the door…" So I penned the shortest possible story I could imagine, suggesting that aliens were grading all the planets in our solar system."< Less
The Man Who Rocked the Earth By Arthur Cheney Train
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The Man Who Rocked the Earth is a science fiction novel written in 1915 by Arthur C. Train and Robert W. Wood. It is notable for describing what an atomic detonation would look like in 1915, thirty... More > years before the United States detonated the first atomic bomb. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Man_Who_Rocked_the_Earth Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Arthur Cheney Train (6 September 1875 – 22 December 1945), also called Arthur Chesney Train, was an American lawyer and writer of legal thrillers, particularly known for his novels of courtroom intrigue and the creation of the fictional lawyer Mr. Ephraim Tutt.Train was born in Boston, Massachusetts. His father was lawyer Charles Russell Train, who served for many years as attorney general of Massachusetts, and his mother was Sara Maria Cheney. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthur_Cheney_Train< Less
From the Earth to the Moon By Jules Verne
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Like much classic science fiction and fantasy writing, Jules Verne's novel From the Earth to the Moon seems comically anachronistic: a group of Civil War vets, who are still wistful about the glories... More > of battle, devise a giant space gun to blast a manned capsule to the moon. But for as old-timey as it seems, much of the author's speculation actually matches the realities of the Apollo program a hundred years later, such as the name of the gun, the Columbiad, and the location of the launch site in Florida. Who knows whether they named the rocket after the gun, but it's interesting to ponder. More examples of how life imitates art, or how art predicts reality, can be gleaned from Verne's book From the Earth to the Moon. Witness people today who long for the good old days, such as the copper and leather fashions of the Steampunks. And secondly, how his book predicts the US Military Industrial Complex. Spooky!< Less
The Silent Enemy: Rulers of Earth By Nick Broadhurst
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This is the fifth book in this twenty-three book epic science fiction series. Could a planet like Earth be in so much strife if there was not an elite causing it? Who are these rulers? How does one... More > make contact? Goren Torren works out a way. However, It brings repercussions he never expected. He also has by now developed certain abilities, which he learned from the last book. This is a wild read. Many who have read this far claim they are addicted, and cannot put it down. The story is like no other.< Less
Earth Torn Asunder: The Recruit By Brian Daniels
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Following the devastation of the Great War, the Earth lies in ruins. Many of the nations of the world no longer exist. Some have been torn apart, other joined into one new nation. Born out of fears... More > and paranoia, most of the remaining nations as well as the new emerging ones start to pass new rigid laws to ensure the survival of their people. Fifteen year old Alexander Reed falls victim to the now decades old harsh laws of the Northern States of America and is forced into military service. He and others like him become an unwilling part of the established system. But is there more going on than first appears? As Alex and his new teammates struggle to make sense of everything going on around them and survive in the cold and uncaring world they are now part of, decisions will be made that could mean life or death to them all. Can Alex overcome the odds and escape the horrors that await him in the military or will he ultimately be broken and remain a soldier for the rest of his life?< Less
Earth Torn Asunder: The Recruit By Brian Daniels
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Following the devastation of the Great War, the Earth lies in ruins. Many of the nations of the world no longer exist. Some have been torn apart, other joined into one new nation. Born out of fears... More > and paranoia, most of the remaining nations as well as the new emerging ones start to pass new rigid laws to ensure the survival of their people. Fifteen year old Alexander Reed falls victim to the now decades old harsh laws of the Northern States of America and is forced into military service. He and others like him become an unwilling part of the established system. But is there more going on than first appears? As Alex and his new teammates struggle to make sense of everything going on around them and survive in the cold and uncaring world they are now part of, decisions will be made that could mean life or death to them all. Can Alex overcome the odds and escape the horrors that await him in the military or will he ultimately be broken and remain a soldier for the rest of his life?< Less
Earth: The Future Is History By Gabriel Dica
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"I've been waiting for a good sci-fi read for a long time. This is a short story, but feels like it's building a huge universe." A dark and deeply corrupt Earth, all but destroyed by... More > millennia of human ignorance, is already on borrowed time. Having exhausted all other possibilities, our final chance for survival lies with an extreme solution. We have the technology, we've gathered the resources, the path to survival is clear... but things are never that simple. The first book in the science fiction universe created by the "Humanity" series, "Earth: The Future is History" shows us a glimpse of how the world, shaped by our ignorance today, might look like in the year 2320.< Less
Fragment Earth - Identifying Evil By Robert Skyler
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What if people could think for themselves? No, I don't mean rotating the ideas around – once washed, then repeated – to fit like so many chickens in a rotisserie. But every time reaching... More > for that spark beyond their reaction by asking can, I do better than this? And then doing it. Can you imagine how dangerous that could be? This is a voyage through the space between your ears; a vast untapped lonely chasm of nothingness kept company by only the echoes of once intelligent thought, now long since past its expiration date. A journey that asks how, instead of what and why, when okay would have done and if, where because was just nonsense obscuring a truth so personal it could never be understood again.< Less