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Christopher Columbus and the New World of His Discovery : Volume I (Illustrated) By Filson Young
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“The writing of historical biography is properly a work of partnership, to which public credit is awarded too often in an inverse proportion to the labours expended. One group of historians,... More > labouring in the obscurest depths, dig and prepare the ground, searching and sifting the documentary soil with infinite labour and over an area immensely wide. They are followed by those scholars and specialists in history who give their lives to the study of a single period, and who sow literature in the furrows of research prepared by those who have preceded them. Last of all comes the essayist, or writer pure and simple, who reaps the harvest so laboriously prepared. The material lies all before him; the documents have been arranged, the immense contemporary fields of record and knowledge examined and searched for stray seeds of significance that may have blown over into them; the perspective is cleared for him, the relation of his facts to time and space and the march of human civilisation duly established;"< Less
Christopher Columbus and the New World of His Discovery : Volume IV (Illustrated) By Filson Young
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“The writing of historical biography is properly a work of partnership, to which public credit is awarded too often in an inverse proportion to the labours expended. One group of historians,... More > labouring in the obscurest depths, dig and prepare the ground, searching and sifting the documentary soil with infinite labour and over an area immensely wide. They are followed by those scholars and specialists in history who give their lives to the study of a single period, and who sow literature in the furrows of research prepared by those who have preceded them. Last of all comes the essayist, or writer pure and simple, who reaps the harvest so laboriously prepared. The material lies all before him; the documents have been arranged, the immense contemporary fields of record and knowledge examined and searched for stray seeds of significance that may have blown over into them; the perspective is cleared for him, the relation of his facts to time and space and the march of human civilisation duly established;"< Less
Christopher Columbus and the New World of His Discovery : Volume II (Illustrated) By Filson Young
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“The writing of historical biography is properly a work of partnership, to which public credit is awarded too often in an inverse proportion to the labours expended. One group of historians,... More > labouring in the obscurest depths, dig and prepare the ground, searching and sifting the documentary soil with infinite labour and over an area immensely wide. They are followed by those scholars and specialists in history who give their lives to the study of a single period, and who sow literature in the furrows of research prepared by those who have preceded them. Last of all comes the essayist, or writer pure and simple, who reaps the harvest so laboriously prepared. The material lies all before him; the documents have been arranged, the immense contemporary fields of record and knowledge examined and searched for stray seeds of significance that may have blown over into them; the perspective is cleared for him, the relation of his facts to time and space and the march of human civilisation duly established;"< Less
Christopher Columbus and the New World of His Discovery : Volume III (Illustrated) By Filson Young
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“The writing of historical biography is properly a work of partnership, to which public credit is awarded too often in an inverse proportion to the labours expended. One group of historians,... More > labouring in the obscurest depths, dig and prepare the ground, searching and sifting the documentary soil with infinite labour and over an area immensely wide. They are followed by those scholars and specialists in history who give their lives to the study of a single period, and who sow literature in the furrows of research prepared by those who have preceded them. Last of all comes the essayist, or writer pure and simple, who reaps the harvest so laboriously prepared. The material lies all before him; the documents have been arranged, the immense contemporary fields of record and knowledge examined and searched for stray seeds of significance that may have blown over into them; the perspective is cleared for him, the relation of his facts to time and space and the march of human civilisation duly established;"< Less
Christopher Columbus and the New World of His Discovery : Volume VII (Illustrated) By Filson Young
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“The writing of historical biography is properly a work of partnership, to which public credit is awarded too often in an inverse proportion to the labours expended. One group of historians,... More > labouring in the obscurest depths, dig and prepare the ground, searching and sifting the documentary soil with infinite labour and over an area immensely wide. They are followed by those scholars and specialists in history who give their lives to the study of a single period, and who sow literature in the furrows of research prepared by those who have preceded them. Last of all comes the essayist, or writer pure and simple, who reaps the harvest so laboriously prepared. The material lies all before him; the documents have been arranged, the immense contemporary fields of record and knowledge examined and searched for stray seeds of significance that may have blown over into them; the perspective is cleared for him, the relation of his facts to time and space and the march of human civilisation duly established;"< Less
BLUE MOUNTAINS TRIANGLE - Secret Underground Australian/American Bases and the E.T. Connection By Rex & Heather Gilroy
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Rex Gilroy recognised Internationally as Australia’s leading ‘Unexplained’ mysteries researcher, and one of Australia’s foremost UFOlogists, with the publication of this book,... More > celebrates his 50 years of Australian UFO research. Together with his wife and fellow researcher, Heather, he has with this book [the result of 40 years research], uncovered THE AUSTRALIAN UFO CONSPIRACY OF THE CENTURY and one of the deadliest, best kept secrets of the Australian and American Governments and Military – an incredibly massive underground space travel technology research facility deep beneath the Blue Mountains west of Sydney NSW. • Read about the many disappearances of aircraft and people; ET abductions; UFO crashes’; “Time Window” incidents and other eerie phenomena occurring within the territory of the “BLUE MOUNTAINS TRIANGLE”. • The countless Unidentified Flying Objects [UFOs] seen throughout the Blue Mountains.< Less
Urban Environments - History, Biodiversity & Culture By Ian D. Rotherham
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This volume is a retrospective publication of contributions originally to two national conferences / seminars held in Sheffield, on the theme of ‘Urban Environments – History,... More > Biodiversity and Culture’. To the updated papers from those events we have added invited current contributions on the themes of urban nature and urban ecology. Ideas and issues in urban ecology become more significant as globalisation, urbanisation and cultural severance shape our world and our future ecologies. This is paralleled by increasing interest in the underpinning science and research paradigms in relation to urban environmental spaces.In the early 2000s, ecologists new to the urban context suddenly became excited about the juxta-position of pollution and biodiversity in degraded and contaminated sites, something well-known to urban ecologists and naturalists since the 1980s or earlier. Similarly, the contributions of urban gardens to nature conservation were greeted with surprise and excitement.< Less
Hidden Scents: The Language of Smell in the Age of Approximation By Allen Barkkume
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Hidden Scents will vaporize you into an aromatic molecule, tickling the brain-fingers in your nose. A cacophony of receptor neurons activating and inhibiting, you become a recognized pattern and... More > burst towards the limbic superhighway of the primitive organism. You are an emotion, a virtual body-state stored in memory, coming to life once again in the act of perception. In a breath, you are exhaled, washed away into the lexicographical maelstrom of the Language of Smell. Hidden Scents explores our consensual reality, and reveals its inherent ambiguity. On the surface, however, it is a book about the olfactive system, not only of the human but of human culture. In the concluding series of essays, olfaction is used as a paradigm for navigating issues on the threshold of public discourse: space and dimensionality, artificial intelligence, quantum theory, and the future of the internet. Be warned - you might never smell the same again.< Less
Hidden Scents: The Language of Smell In the Age of Approximation By Allen Barkkume
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Hidden Scents will vaporize you into an aromatic molecule, tickling the brain-fingers in your nose. A cacophony of receptor neurons activating and inhibiting, you become a recognized pattern and... More > burst towards the limbic superhighway of the primitive organism. You are an emotion, a virtual body-state stored in memory, coming to life once again in the act of perception. In a breath, you are exhaled, washed away into the lexicographical maelstrom of the Language of Smell. Hidden Scents explores our consensual reality, and reveals its inherent ambiguity. On the surface, however, it is a book about the olfactive system, not only of the human but of human culture. In the concluding series of essays, olfaction is used as a paradigm for navigating issues on the threshold of public discourse: space and dimensionality, artificial intelligence, quantum theory, and the future of the internet. Be warned - you might never smell the same again.< Less
Digital Physics: The Universe Computes By Ediho Lokanga
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Digital Physics is a revolutionary approach to theoretical physics, one that takes seriously the concept of a discrete space-time continuum as well as the progress of computing technologies. Going... More > beyond Quantum Physics and Strings Theory, it is nothing less than the attempt to uncover the properties of the algorithm which underpins the existence and destiny of our universe. In this fascinating book, Ediho Lokanga combines scientific rigor with an approchable style, thereby making this offering of great interest to the general public as well as trained physicists. “Digital Physics” is a rewarding journey of scientific discovery and imagination: What if the universe is indeed a computing entity? Is it possible to create our own universes? Are human beings able to decode the fundamental algorithm of creation? And what would all this tell us about God and humanity’s final destiny?< Less

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