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Adam By William Conn
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…We are not born for ourselves alone…these are the words that compel a young Scottish boy in the cusp of adulthood to fend off an impending darkness that grows and threatens... More > humanity…a new species exists that yearns to end mans dominance on this planet…genetic manipulation has brought about the next stage in human evolution, but can one boy and his friends battle a supernatural force intent on reshaping humanity in its own image? ...Follow Adam on his journey as he faces his first great test in the battle against evil..< Less
The Ghost Bird By Nolan Hower
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Cross-species genetics are a factor of science all but untouched by ethical scientists today, yet the fact of the matter is that with enough effort and research and proper testing, warfare and indeed... More > life itself would be drastically different. In this sense, the basis of "The Ghost Bird" starts with such experiments being covertly conducted throughout the mid 20th century, and the results, although beyond what could've been imagined, were horrifying. Furthermore, man in this surreal existence has had to deal with this mistake for just short of 100 years, and all while keeping the public eye blind to this plague of Bird Men.< Less
Single and Multiple Objective Optimization By Brian Kolo
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Single and Multiple Objective Optimization covers a wide range of techniques for optimizing functions. Single objective optimization examines functions and identifies the function minima and maxima... More > over a predetermined range. Single objective optimization is often handled using differential calculus. However, in many applications, obtaining extrema using the methods of calculus is intractable. Techniques for identifying the Pareto frontier are examined and tested using a suite of test problems. Some of the techniques examined are the weighted sum method, Normal-Boundary Intersection (NBI), Normal Constraint, Strength Pareto Evolutionary Algorithm (SPEA2), Nondominated Sorting Genetic Algorithm (NSGA2), and Directed Search Domain (DSD). These techniques may be compared in terms of the number of function evaluations, the distribution of points on the frontier, the number of frontier points identified, along with many other performance measures. Show More Show Less< Less
The Dalvos Project By Jade VanNatter
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Blake and Julian were twins with a special genetic mutation that gave them near super-human strength,and horrific side effects. Blake has escaped a medical testing facility and has finally made his... More > way home after a long journey. However, things are not the way he left them. Blake's plans of a semi-normal life are turned upside-down when his scorned ex-lover turns to a dangerous enemy for revenge. The Dalvos Project is a three-part story of mystery, tragedy, pain, strength, and true love. Enter the world of Blake Dalvos in a captivating tale of second chances, hard goodbyes, and new beginnings.< Less
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Anatomy: Student's Guide to Examination Essays (Volume 1) By Oluwole Akinola, Ph.D et al.
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Medical and related students writing essays in Anatomy would benefit from resources that provide guidance on successful attempts at examination essays. The book: ‘Anatomy: Student’s Guide... More > to Examination Essays (Volume 1)’ attempts to offer such benefits. It contains model essay questions in all compartments of Anatomy. Model answers (long and short essays) are also provided, as well as test questions for students’ practice. Questions treated in the book include those on gross anatomy, systemic embryology and histology, as well as neuroanatomy. Volume 1 covers lower limb, urogenital system, gastrointestinal system, head and neck and neuroanatomy; while volume 2 covers cell, tissues, genetics, general embryology, respiratory system, cardiovascular system, and upper limb. The authors are convinced that the book will enhance students’ success rate in undergraduate Anatomy examinations.< Less
Your Face is Talking To Me By Dr Bruce Dewe et al.
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Personology explains how our genes express themselves in our structure and personality. It relates the human physical structure (primarily the face) to the basic behavioural functioning process and... More > the personality. The major understanding is that one’s structure predisposes function as is seen throughout the animal kingdom. Personology is not about judging the looks or behaviours of others but rather understanding the uniqueness of everyone’s personality and its expression. Personology is a science, based on the inherited traits handed down from our parents and ancestors, that reveals how the structure of our bodies exerts a powerful influence on our behaviour. In this workshop you will use muscle testing to identify the priority trait (therefore instinctual behaviour) causing stress in relation to life situations. By clearing the stress at the causal age, you will have more choice in creating the behaviours you desire and living out the fullness of your genetic potential.< Less
Your Face is Talking To Me Again By Dr Bruce Dewe et al.
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Structure predisposes or inclines function throughout the animal and bird kingdoms. Compare a race horse to a Clydesdale work horse. They are both created differently to function differently. Put... More > them in a race and we would know which would win. Each functions in a different yet predictable way. The same pattern exists for humans. Personologists look at physical structure and determine how it indicates a behaviour pattern. Personology is a science, based on the inherited traits handed down from our parents and ancestors, that reveals how the structure of our bodies exerts a powerful influence on our behaviour. In this workshop we will use muscle testing to identify 10 more traits (each with instinctual behaviours) that may cause stress in relation to life situations. By clearing the stress at the causal age, you will have more choice in creating the behaviours you desire and living out the fullness of your genetic potential.< Less
R.U.R. (Rossum's Universal Robots) & THE ROBBER: Two Plays by Karel Čapek By Karel Čapek & Voyen Koreis (Translator and Editor)
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Karel Čapek (1890-1938) – the Czech dramatist, novelist and journalist. R.U.R. (1921) has made the author internationally famous, perhaps even immortal. The word “Robot” (from... More > the Czech robota, meaning drudgery), which has since been adopted by practically all languages, appears here for the first time. What is today classified as Science Fiction, in Čapek’s days was known as Utopia, and the author used this genre for making weighty social commentaries. After nearly a century, the play has withstood the test of time; the Robot’s revolt and its consequences could for instance be seen as a warning against giving the scientists a free hand in pursuit of genetic research, no matter how noble and beneficial the aims might appear to be. This is a new English translation. The Robber (1920) is essentially a romantic comedy, with some dramatic twists. The play, Čapek‘s favourite, is still enormously popular with the Czech audiences. This is believed to be the first English translation.< Less
R.U.R. (Rossum's Universal Robots) & THE ROBBER: Two Plays by Karel Čapek By Karel Čapek & Voyen Koreis (Translator and Editor)
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Karel Čapek (1890-1938) – the Czech dramatist, novelist and journalist. R.U.R. (1921) has made the author internationally famous, perhaps even immortal. The word “Robot” (from... More > the Czech robota, meaning drudgery), which has since been adopted by practically all languages, appears here for the first time. What is today classified as Science Fiction, in Čapek’s days was known as Utopia, and the author used this genre for making weighty social commentaries. After nearly a century, the play has withstood the test of time; the Robot’s revolt and its consequences could for instance be seen as a warning against giving the scientists a free hand in pursuit of genetic research, no matter how noble and beneficial the aims might appear to be. This is a new English translation. The Robber (1920) is essentially a romantic comedy, with some dramatic twists. The play, Čapek‘s favourite, is still enormously popular with the Czech audiences. This is believed to be the first English translation.< Less

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