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Apocalypse Tech Report By R Baseel
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The Apocalypse Tech Report provides additional equipment and new forms of technology - including cybernetics and nanotechnology - for the many worlds of Mutant Future. Included in this supplement... More > are 60 technological artifacts from the pre-apocalypse era - including tools, weapons, gadgets, and armor – along with 10 new robots. The cybernetics section introduces guidelines for creating cyborgs characters and equipping cybernetic implants, along with a simple method for using the game mechanics of standard mutations and technological items as the basis for powerful implant features. The nanotechnology section contains rules for nanoviruses, nanoaugmentations, and independent nanocolonies. These microscopic robots can provide enormous technological benefits to those who are knowledgeable enough to use them properly. If mishandled or used for less benevolent purposes, they are capable of destroying entire civilizations.< Less
Running Black By Patrick Todoroff
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It's 2059 and the North Korean mercenary Tam Song heads up Eshu International: a private security team that will take any job for the right price, no questions asked. Based in the Belfast Metro Zone,... More > they're the best black contract outfit on the planet. Stable nano-technology: the melding of man and machine on a microscopic level. It's a break-through worth billions no one's been able to achieve. Until now. The Dawson Hull Conglomerate has finally developed a viable Nanotech Neural Network; an interface system that exponentially increases a person's cyber-capabilities. They're days away from unveiling the prototype to the world. And Eshu International just got hired to steal it.< Less
The Mysteries of the Deep Heart Book I: The Fault Line By Eunice Besor
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A three/four generational family story describing the extensive social changes which occurred between 1914 and 1990 and so viewed through the microscopic lens of a wealthy upper class and supposedly... More > God-fearing family. The Trilogy is a realistic fiction exploring this particular family’s evolving attitudes to class and status; to the challenges and conflicts experienced by them at all levels arising around issues of education, faith, gender roles and child rearing which ultimately reveal the hard truths rather than facts of each new generation’s experiences. Individual and family struggles are played out via relationships constantly challenging the fixed rules and ideas of the upper strata and devolving to people living from the ‘inside out’ via enlightened attitudes and enriching encounters of overwhelming love and grace. Issues include class, Christian worship styles; differences between culture and faith; responses and reactions to suicide and attitudes to ‘difference’.< Less
Where Do You Stop? By Eric Kraft
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“The title of this sly and extremely funny book is also the title of a paper that [Peter Leroy] is assigned by his science teacher, the luscious, leggy Miss Rheingold. We — and Peter... More > — learn quite a bit about Miss Rheingold, although nowhere near as much as Peter would like. We also learn about epistemology; the boundaries of the self; the building of backyard lighthouses; terrazzo floors; Chinese Checkers; American education; the restricted vision of children (and their parents); and the design of such exquisitely intricate gadgets as the phonograph, the scanning tunneling microscope, the universe, and the novel. . . . Like childhood itself, Where Do You Stop? is filled with wonders. It is a book designed to leave its readers — and it deserves many of them — as happy as clams.” — Walter Satterthwaite. The New York Times Book Review • A New York Times Notable Book of the Year • Recommended by the Reader's Catalog • Length: novel, about 66,000 words< Less
Demons out of the Womb of Virtue By saeed adnan
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Arab Spring sparked to bring down dictatorships, but soon succumbed to old blood and political wrongs. The most venomous being wrongs of the Iraq War, which opened a tin of worms of old blood on a... More > fragile world order. Again, desperate or fainthearted players quickly doctored it to test big players’ resolve in committing to justice. Veering right wing reactionaries in racism and nationalism deepened disintegration and divide in universal human relations in a borderless globe, with remnants of precipitates from the past. This brought afloat old blood and its bitterness, blown in religious violence and terrorism. The book examines a live example of militarism, spawning terrorism through inflaming religious sentiments and ethnic residual tensions via faint-hearted democracies. Sudan served as a microscopic slide to examine, by virtue of its plague of militarism armed conflicts, lucrative riches, projected disharmony and dark slavery history, helpful for how past follies must be heeded< Less
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This book is about the most spine-chiller election year of America, in an easy, quick, simple style. At one go, it not only deals with the year 2016, but also aims at viewing the process of American... More > Presidential Election, the political true lies that are haunting the presidential candidates, their impact on the election day and the diagnosis of prognosis. The election for the American president garners a global interest but many feel bored to go through complexly turgid details. The American presidential race is a year-long marathon. The book will take a look at the would-be 45th President of America. The first time in 227 years of American history, a woman might be at the helm of the White House. An unthinkable political rise of A Speed Car Named Trump from nowhere and the prospects of victory for Clinton as the First Woman President in the Oval Office are under a telescopic microscope.< Less
Dream Psychology By Sigmund Freud
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Sigmund Freud (6 May 1856 – 23 September 1939) was an Austrian neurologist who became known as the founding father of psychoanalysis. Freud qualified as a doctor of medicine at the University... More > of Vienna in 1881, and then carried out research into cerebral palsy, aphasia and microscopic neuroanatomy at the Vienna General Hospital. He was appointed a university lecturer in neuropathology in 1885 and became a professor in 1902. In creating psychoanalysis, a clinical method for treating psychopathology through dialogue between a patient and a psychoanalyst,[ Freud developed therapeutic techniques such as the use of free association (in which patients report their thoughts without reservation and in whichever order they spontaneously occur) and discovered transference (the process in which patients displace onto their analysts feelings derived from their childhood attachments), establishing its central role in the analytic process.< Less
Molecular and Micro - Biology / An International Edition By Prof.Ajit Pandya & kavya Pandya
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Molecular Biology - Introduction. Basics of ………Nucleic acids. Genetic material……..Nucleic acids DNA ………The Master code 3 D - Structure... More > of DNA Properties of DNA RNA………The Second Master code Central Dogma of Life……RNA based Replication of DNA DNA to RNA…….the Transcription Post transcriptional Modification Industrial applications of BT Translation…………………… Characteristics of the genetic Code. Post translational modifications Proteomics & Genomics Cell Theory & Cell Structure Biological evolutions… Mendel's Experiments. Bacterial as genetics RECOMBINAN DNA TECHNOLOGY Restriction enzymes o Microscope and Microscopy …… .. page 6 o Morphology & Structure of Bact o Nutrition of microbes …………..... o Stain, Dye, & Staining .…………... o PIGMENTED MICRO- WORLD….….… o SALIENT FEATURE& IMP OF MICROBS. o STERILIZATION & DISINFECTIONS… ..< Less
Micrographia By Robert Hook
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Micrographia Or Some Physiological Descriptions Of Minute Bodies Made By Magnifying Glasses. With Observations and Inquiries Thereupon By Robert Hooke. Fellow of the ROYAL SOCIETY. By the Council of... More > the ROYAL SOCIETY of London for Improving of Natural Knowledge. Micrographia is a historic book by Robert Hooke, detailing the then thirty-year-old Hooke's observations through various lenses. Published in September 1665, the first major publication of the Royal Society, it was the first scientific best-seller, inspiring a wide public interest in the new science of microscopy. It is also notable for coining the biological term cell. Observations: Hooke most famously describes a fly's eye and a plant cell (where he coined that term because plant cells, which are walled, reminded him of a monk's quarters). Known for its spectacular copperplate engravings of the miniature world, particularly its fold-out plates of insects, the text itself reinforces the tremendous power of the new microscope.< Less
Escaping Chaos: Energetics Applications By Michel Pluviose
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On a seemingly calm, windless day thousands upon thousands of molecules constantly move and collide in the microscopic world without the least bit of notice paid in the macroscopic world. We feel... More > safe. Then the wind picks up. The kinetic energy generated can be partially captured in wind turbines. Sometimes, wind takes the form of gales or tornadoes, wreaking havoc all around and leaving considerable damage in its trail. Under these dreadful conditions, none of this energy can be recovered. In these extreme situations, what do we do? Nothing! Similar phenomena appear in installations carrying gaseous fluids. In certain cases, flows have strong motive power that excite the structure containing it, weakening and sometimes destroying the structure. The purpose of this book is to lay out a new approach in physics for calming these chaotic and violent flows.< Less

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