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Sparked Into Life By Don Edmundson
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Seventeen year old Cassidy Mitchell was a strong and healthy young man. His mother, Stacy, was a 4th Grade School teacher, and his Australian-born dad was a Robotic’s Engineer at Robotic... More > Prosthetics Research and Development. When Cassidy was thirteen years of age, he was struck by a car as he was moving through an intersection. The woman sped through the red light at hit him; causing him to become paralyzed from the waist down. So it was no wonder that Cassidy would be the Guinea Pig to wear the first Robotic Exoskeleton. The Tobius Unit was designed to fit conformably beneath the pants, and the small computer inside controlled the stride and the balance of the wearer. Tobius had all the benefits of a smart phone Personal Assistant in that it could speak, give directions, find information on the Global Net, and manage his personal schedule. However, what Tobius could not do was be a mobile phone. This story takes the reader on a journey of self-exploration for Cassidy and his exoskeleton.< Less
StarCluster 4 - Cold Space RPG By clash bowley et al.
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Hot Red Rocket Steamin’ down the skyway ‘tween Deimos an’ Mars Lookin’ out the window at a sky full o’ stars Cruisin’ with my lady an’ I’m... More > tryin’ to be seen In my hot red rocket... With the star-bright sheen (Chorus) Hot red rocket, star-bright sheen Never has there been any rocket so mean! Whoa, whoa! Hot red rocket, star-bright sheen Cruisin’ with my lady... In her tight blue jeans Tight blue jeans Oh them tight, tight, tight, tight blue jeans Carl Perkins #5 hit, June 1959 In 1949, a Swiss research team invents the Solothurn Engine, AKA the Corkscrew drive. The Soviet spy Emil Fuchs turns over the plans to the Soviets, and the race to the stars is on! StarCluster 4 - Cold Space covers the years 1949 - 1989 in an alternate universe, where the Cold War is fought in space as well as on the ground. StarCluster 4 - Cold Space is self contained, and does not require any other StarCluster 4 product to use.< Less
Fathom By Dave Moruzzi
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Fathom is a slight departure from the first five Ben Bass Mysteries. This tale finds Captain Bass sailing in Western Caribbean waters in one of Windward Islands Bare Boats' thirty-seven foot sloops.... More > It is also a factual look at the failed Bay of Pigs invasion and a review of the resulting, disastrous air battle. The real aerial combat that pitted modified WWII B-26 Marauders against Castro’s high-speed, piston- and jet-engine fighters is covered, the losses are memorialized and a possible unintended outcome is added. The reader is taken back to those fateful days in 1961 when the world watched as a few thousand counterrevolutionaries struggled unsuccessfully to thwart the Fidel Castro’s communist takeover of Cuba. These events are reviewed while an imagined outcome provides modern-day events in the Caribbean Sea. A leased sailboat is rammed and sunk, the ultimate fate of the crew is investigated, and Captain Ben Bass finds himself in the middle of another adventure.< Less
Electric Machine Design By By TJE Miller and DA Staton
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This book two is a practical guide to the design of electric machines using the SPEED and Motor-CAD software packages. Ten different machine types are introduced, starting in each case from a simple... More > specification and proceeding through to a credible prototype. Rules of thumb and basic engineering principles are used throughout, to guide and inform the design process, and ample reference is made to the extensive documentation of both SPEED and Motor-CAD for a deeper theoretical understanding. The book has been used and tested in training classes in the United States, Japan, and Germany. It can be used as a course text, either in intensive sessions covering up to 10 days of instruction; or as a self-study text in conjunction with the SPEED and Motor-CAD software. We have chosen the "print-on-demand" route with wire-binding to ensure that Electric Machine using SPEED and Motor-CAD fits comfortably on the desk beside your computer, and is readily updated as the software itself develops.< Less
Unified Field Theory II By John Hildreth Atkins & Jonathan G. Rundy
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Atkins takes up where he left off more than five years ago. Many of his theories, then in their infancy stage, have now progressed to an astonishing conclusion. His COW formula explains why planets... More > orbit the sun. Magnetic Reconnection interacting with the Earth's plasma field propels us towards the sun. And he explains why planets rotate, or not, on their axis. The end result is that he proves, beyond any shadow of a doubt, that gravitational attraction is a myth; it just isn't needed. And Astrophysics, as we know it today, is obsolete. An asteroid is said to be heading our way in February of 2013. Scientists are uncertain if it will strike us or not. Since the event is so close to the infamous Mayan date of December 21, 2012, Atkins insists that we take a closer look at it. He even explains that we have the technology to foil this event by a temporal (time) technique. Using the natural 'engine' of the asteroid, we can speed it up, or slow it down, so that it isn't here when we are. Pretty clever!< Less
Supergenes: What Really Makes Us Human By Craig Mackay
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Why do we behave so differently in different situations? Why did you choose the clothes you are wearing, the books you read and the friends and opinions you have? What is it about humans that has... More > let us achieve so much, so quickly? This book tries to understand why the evolution of our human species is happening at a rate so much faster than may be explained by Darwinian biological evolution alone. The engine of our extraordinary social evolution is human behaviour. We have a deep-seated need to pass on to others some part of our own achievements, what we have made of our lives. Our survival and success now depends principally on our adaption to our social environment and not to our physical environment. It is these supercharged social genes that are the essence of our remarkable and accelerating rate of evolution today. This book looks critically at our present understanding of human behaviour and evolution to seek a consilience across a wide range of fields of research. More at www.supergenes.net< Less
Minnesota Wildlife Biology, an Ecological Approach By James Schultz
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250 page (8 1/2x11) Wildlife Biology Text written by a teacher for anyone interested in nature, ecology, wildlife management, managing land for wildlife. Great book for naturalists, schools (middle... More > school on up) especially in classes dealing with wildlife, forestry, botany, environmental science, STEM and for those who want to understand the natural world around them. Covers ecology, nutrient cycles, biomes, biotic factors, abiotic factors, population ecology, succession, wetland biology, upland biology, mammal biology, waterfowl biology, identification, natural history, classification, scientific method, engineering design, how to manage your own land using Minnesota native species and more. Over 1000 beautiful photographs, charts and specialized graphics help you picture and learn the concepts taught in this book. Author has 33 years experience teaching high school biology, botany, zoology and wildlife biology. He also has a degree in wildlife management and a masters in secondary science education.< Less
Supergenes: What Really Makes Us Human By Craig Mackay
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Why do we behave so differently in different situations? Why did you choose the clothes you are wearing, the books you read and the friends and opinions you have? What is it about humans that has... More > let us achieve so much, so quickly? This book tries to understand why the evolution of our human species is happening at a rate so much faster than may be explained by Darwinian biological evolution alone. The engine of our extraordinary social evolution is human behaviour. We have a deep-seated need to pass on to others some part of our own achievements, what we have made of our lives. Our survival and success now depends principally on our adaption to our social environment and not to our physical environment. It is these supercharged social genes that are the essence of our remarkable and accelerating rate of evolution today. This book looks critically at our present understanding of human behaviour and evolution to seek a consilience across a wide range of fields of research. More at www.supergenes.net< Less
Dancing from the Streets of Alajuela 3 By Tecumapese Morning Star
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The third book of the three book series, Dancing from the Streets of Alajuela, has the children of Reina continuing to tour North, Central and South America. They also return to the Wind River... More > Reservation in Wyoming and receive a big honor.While on the reservation, Carlos tells Leya that her song Tell Me Why should be sung by a boy, at least the second verse. They try to sing it as a duet with nice results. During the powwow, Reina tells everyone a surprising announcement that will rock the music world. Reina is nominated for more Grammy awards and received two big ones. They are also nominated and receive two awards of the ACAM awards in Costa Rica. Their next world tour includes Australia, Philippines, Hawaii, Seattle, Washington, Santa Fe, New Mexico and Denver, Colorado. On their way to Denver the plane develops navigation and engine troubles and crashes in a remote part of Wyoming. Is this how our story ends? To find out you need to read the final book in the Dancing from the Streets of Alajuela Saga.< Less
The Witch and Other Stories By Anton Chekhov
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IN the village of Reybuzh, just facing the church, stands a two-storeyed house with a stone foundation and an iron roof. In the lower storey the owner himself, Filip Ivanov Kashin, nicknamed Dyudya,... More > lives with his family, and on the upper floor, where it is apt to be very hot in summer and very cold in winter, they put up government officials, merchants, or landowners, who chance to be travelling that way. Dyudya rents some bits of land, keeps a tavern on the highroad, does a trade in tar, honey, cattle, and jackdaws, and has already something like eight thousand roubles put by in the bank in the town. His elder son, Fyodor, is head engineer in the factory, and, as the peasants say of him, he has risen so high in the world that he is quite out of reach now. Fyodor's wife, Sofya, a plain, ailing woman, lives at home at her father-in-law's. She is for ever crying, and every Sunday she goes over to the hospital for medicine. Dyudya's second son, the hunchback Alyoshka, is living at ...< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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