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Illuminating Homo sapiens By Brook Snyder
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Illuminating Homo sapiens contains a myriad of short works which highlight observations of human behavior. Totaling twelve writings, the collection addresses the continuance of shark calling, the... More > creation of a futuristic society with transgenics, the causes of overpopulation, responses to an apocalypse, and other topics under the umbrella of science.< Less
Illuminating Homo sapiens By Brook Snyder
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Illuminating Homo sapiens contains a myriad of short works which highlight observations of human behavior. Totaling twelve writings, the collection addresses the continuance of shark calling, the... More > creation of a futuristic society with transgenics, the causes of overpopulation, responses to an apocalypse, and other topics under the umbrella of science.< Less
The Stone By David P. Welden
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"In this non-fiction book, "The Stone", the author presents evidence to prove the existence of ancient astronauts who created Homo sapiens. The book - on Roswell - has two... More > testimonials of individual eye witnesses."< Less
Still in Time By Mário Pereira
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In his analysis and research, in “Still in time”, the author makes an invitation to a profound reflexion about the possible and unavoidable, rupture of the Homo Sapiens'... More > “shackles” in order to be free for the waited universal goal of becoming Homo Spiritualis. -The physical, mental, emotional and spiritual balance; -how we think; -how we relate and communicate; -how we exchange the “energy” of money, as an expression of “power”, in the context of the transition from fragmented consciousness to unified consciousness.< Less
Still in Time By MÁRIO PEREIRA
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In his analysis and research, in “Still in time”, the author makes an invitation to a profound reflexion about the possible and unavoidable, rupture of the Homo Sapiens'... More > “shackles” in order to be free for the waited universal goal of becoming Homo Spiritualis. -The physical, mental, emotional and spiritual balance; -how we think; -how we relate and communicate; -how we exchange the “energy” of money, as an expression of “power”, in the context of the transition from fragmented consciousness to unified consciousness.< Less
And Then There Was You By Erika Gronek
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And Then There Was You is about all of the events that took place before an individual was born. This means ALL of the events...ever. In other words, it touches upon the idea of "big... More > history." Big History looks at the past on all time scales, from the Big Bang to modernity, seeking out common themes and patterns. It uses a multi-disciplinary approach from the latest findings, such as biology, astronomy, geology, climatology, prehistory, archeology, anthropology, cosmology, natural history, and population and environmental studies. The book is colorfully illustrated with photomontages that portray the Big Bang, the evolution of plants and animals, the Cretaceous–Tertiary extinction event; all the way through the rise of humankind. Check out the BOOK TRAILER! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zNiY5_9Bb2E< Less
I, Messenger By Russell J. Marks III
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Riding alone on a crisp December morning, Tom Reynolds suddenly and uncharacteristically curses. For the fifth time in as many rides, his iPod had delivered the same anonymous message—this time... More > ironically following The Rolling Stones’ “Sympathy for the Devil.” So begins the quest by the Washington and Lee professor to unite the growing chasm between the communities of science and religion. Whether prank, hoax, or divinely inspired, the message sets Tom in search of the truth involving the origins of man, the mysteries of UFOs, questions of quantum physics, the nature of religious experience, and the search for meaning—or at least the meaning of search. This novel seeks to stretch the reader’s perspective on the many dimensions of faith. In addition to offering alternative interpretations of religion, it challenges the assumptions of the scientific community, highlighting provocative gaps in our knowledge of the ultimate question of the origins of the universe and the egoistic species called Homo sapiens.< Less
I, Messenger By Russell J. Marks III
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Riding alone on a crisp December morning, Tom Reynolds suddenly and uncharacteristically curses. For the fifth time in as many rides, his iPod had delivered the same anonymous message—this time... More > ironically following The Rolling Stones’ “Sympathy for the Devil.” So begins the quest by the Washington and Lee professor to unite the growing chasm between the communities of science and religion. Whether prank, hoax, or divinely inspired, the message sets Tom in search of the truth involving the origins of man, the mysteries of UFOs, questions of quantum physics, the nature of religious experience, and the search for meaning—or at least the meaning of search. This novel seeks to stretch the reader’s perspective on the many dimensions of faith. In addition to offering alternative interpretations of religion, it challenges the assumptions of the scientific community, highlighting provocative gaps in our knowledge of the ultimate question of the origins of the universe and the egoistic species called Homo sapiens.< Less