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E.L.E.V.E.N By James Bell
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A collection of poems that are genuine and true. Literature that propels you into the mind of a misunderstood poet who looks to express his thoughts on love and religion. ... More > www.facebook.com/poeteleven< Less
A Girl of the Limberlost By James Bell Salmond
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A Girl of the Limberlost, a novel by American writer and naturalist Gene Stratton-Porter, was published in August, 1909. It is considered a classic of Indiana literature. It is the sequel to her... More > earlier novel Freckles.Patricia Raub (Senior Lecturer of American Studies at the University of Massachusetts Boston) notes that Stratton-Porter was "one of the most popular woman novelists of the era, who was known for her nature books and her editorials on McCall's 'Gene Stratton-Porter Page' as well as for her novels." Raub writes, "At the time of her death in 1924, more than ten million copies of her books had been sold – and four more books were published after her death. "The story takes place in Indiana, in and around the famous Limberlost Swamp. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Girl_of_the_Limberlost Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less
Bell's Inequality Untwisted By James Spinosa
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Bell's Inequality Untwisted is a unique book. Its aim is to explain in detail every equation in John Bell's groundbreaking paper from 1964, "On the Einstein Podolsky Rosen Paradox." And,... More > it aims to explain every equation in a way that is understandable to a wide audience. In the process of explaining every equation in detail, it becomes clear that Bell's 1964 paper is a series of incoherent statements and his famous eponymic inequality is an unjustified assertion. Bell's inequality holds a very important place in the development of quantum mechanics so it is surprising to find that it has no merit.< Less
Bell's Inequality Untwisted By James Spinosa
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Bell's Inequality Untwisted is a unique book. The author's aim is to explain in detail all the equations and statements in John S. Bell's ground-breaking paper, published in 1964,"On the... More > Einstein Podolsky Rosen Paradox." He attempts an in depth explanation of Bell's paper in a way that is understandable to a wide audience. In the process of explaining every equation in detail, it becomes clear that Bell's 1964 paper is a series of incoherent equations, and his famous eponymic inequality is an unjustified assertion. Bell's elliptic style of writing calls out for comprehensive explanations of his equations. Explanations that fill the lacunae in his mathematical system. When the gaps in his system are filled, the inconsistent and illogical nature of his reasoning becomes clear. Bell's inequality holds a very important place in the development of quantum mechanics. The fact that the profound shortcomings of Bell's paper are not widely known is telling.< Less
Eternal Fire of the Soul By James Henry Bell Sanford
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Eternal Fire of the Soul is a book of poetry by 14 year old, James Henry Bell Sanford. The poetry is about his life and relationships and the wisdom he has gained. "Beautiful. Inspired. From the... More > Heart."< Less
Eternal Fire of the Soul By James Henry Bell Sanford
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Eternal Fire of the Soul is a book of poetry by 14 year old, James Henry Bell Sanford. The poetry is about his life and relationships and the wisdom he has gained. "Beautiful. Inspired. From the... More > Heart."< Less
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Double Yellow: a novel By James G. Van Belle
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Double Yellow: a novel is a collection of linked poems exploring the influence of faith, fidelity, love, sexuality, and aging. Each poem stands alone, but the collection as a whole tells the story of... More > one man’s complicated path through life. A non-linear novel in verse, Double Yellow: a novel challenges the reader to experience the sometimes simultaneous joy, sorrow, and confusion of an introspective life.< Less
The smoke alarm is not your dinner bell (black and white) By James Penny
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Wherein our intrepid author teaches us many valuable lessons in cooking, having watched more than one grown man sit in hunger until his mama cooked a sirloin in the skillet. Hard to imagine. Even a... More > little peanut butter on bread would have been beyond the one boy's ability, and he was already married. Why his long suffering spousal unit never popped some sense in that thick noggin of his remains a mystery to us all, but she never did, at least not that anyone ever knew. So here is an offering to the universe, something to preclude unnecessary starvation. Really! How hard can it be to slap some mayo and ham between two slices of bread, white, whole wheat, or otherwise? Or better, open a can of beer and a bag of chips? With very little added gumption, we can even slide into actually dropping a pan on the stove, if not a pan in the oven, bringing up the heat, and having something warm and good for dins. Think buttered toast with grape jelly or something.< Less
The smoke alarm is not your dinner bell (color) By James Penny
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Wherein our intrepid author teaches us many valuable lessons in cooking, having watched more than one grown man sit in hunger until his mama cooked a sirloin in the skillet. Hard to imagine. Even a... More > little peanut butter on bread would have been beyond the one boy's ability, and he was already married. Why his long suffering spousal unit never popped some sense in that thick noggin of his remains a mystery to us all, but she never did, at least not that anyone ever knew. So here is an offering to the universe, something to preclude unnecessary starvation. Really! How hard can it be to slap some mayo and ham between two slices of bread, white, whole wheat, or otherwise? Or better, open a can of beer and a bag of chips? With very little added gumption, we can even slide into actually dropping a pan on the stove, if not a pan in the oven, bringing up the heat, and having something warm and good for dins. Think buttered toast with grape jelly or something.< Less