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artificial By Grace Lee
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Neal Ashton is the main character and he gains the ability to see people's life numbers.
Artificial Life By Kirby Seitz
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Artificial Devices By J. R. Wiles
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Lee Piper, insurance claims investigator, revisits Meredith Atkins, the claimant of a £5 million policy on her husband's life, payable to her seven years earlier. Stephen Atkins, CEO of a... More > prosthesis manufacturing company, was sighted going down with his yacht whilst fleeing the UK, shortly after the discovery of his murdered mistress. Meredith Atkins, grandaughter of the founder of the company, undergoes a metamorphosis from plain and gauche to elegant and sophisticated, and becomes the major shareholder of the company. Samantha Barton, a brilliant young scientist, sponsored by Meredith, discovers an agedefying formula that propels them into the realm of the super rich. A sudden repercussion, seven years after Stephen's disappearance, reveals a spiral of motives and intrigue. The truth is finally disclosed, though it is not necessarily the whole truth.< Less
Artificial Devices By J. R. Wiles
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Lee Piper, insurance claims investigator, revisits Meredith Atkins, the claimant of a £5 million policy on her husband's life, payable to her seven years earlier. Stephen Atkins, CEO of a... More > prosthesis manufacturing company, was sighted going down with his yacht whilst fleeing the UK, shortly after the discovery of his murdered mistress. Meredith Atkins, grandaughter of the founder of the company, undergoes a metamorphosis from plain and gauche to elegant and sophisticated, and becomes the major shareholder of the company. Samantha Barton, a brilliant young scientist, sponsored by Meredith, discovers an agedefying formula that propels them into the realm of the super rich. A sudden repercussion, seven years after Stephen's disappearance, reveals a spiral of motives and intrigue. The truth is finally disclosed, though it is not necessarily the whole truth.< Less
I THIRST, A Christian Approach to Feeding Tubes and Artificial Hydration By Kathryn Barattini
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I THIRST, A CHRISTIAN APPROACH TO FEEDING TUBES AND ARTIFICIAL HYDRATION is a Christian response to an issue that very well may touch every family in America. This brief overview provides a Biblical... More > answer to secular society's culture of death. By examining Biblical wisdom and law, as well as the current state of reality in society, THIRST gives Christians a simple blueprint on how Biblically to handle end of life decisions. As seen in the tragic case of Terri Schindler Schiavo, this issue is among the most pressing of the right to life issues of our times.< Less
After Life By Simon Funk
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Also available free online at http://sifter.org/~simon/AfterLife. (The price here on lulu is just printing cost.) "A postcyberpunk Extropian sci-fi with psychological and philosophical... More > suspense" -Sandra Kiume "One of the best stories I have ever read." -- Johnny Authement "Frankly it was just brilliant." -- Chris Pugmire, author of The Sentient Advantage "Among the best sci-fi I've ever read!" -- Michael Anissimov, Lifeboat Foundation "An excellent and gripping novella which I quite literally could not stop reading...the most interesting thing I have read in ages." -- Adam Jackson "One of the best books that I've read in a while." -- Eric Rauch, lawyer "I was bummed when I had finished because my mind-blowing trip had come to an end...gotta be the best story I've read in years" -- Aaron Kinney, Kill the Afterlife< Less
After Life By Simon Funk
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Also available free online at http://sifter.org/~simon/AfterLife. "A postcyberpunk Extropian sci-fi with psychological and philosophical suspense" -Sandra Kiume "One of the best... More > stories I have ever read." -- Johnny Authement "Frankly it was just brilliant." -- Chris Pugmire, author of The Sentient Advantage "Among the best sci-fi I've ever read!" -- Michael Anissimov, Lifeboat Foundation "An excellent and gripping novella which I quite literally could not stop reading...the most interesting thing I have read in ages." -- Adam Jackson "One of the best books that I've read in a while." -- Eric Rauch, lawyer "I was bummed when I had finished because my mind-blowing trip had come to an end...gotta be the best story I've read in years" -- Aaron Kinney, Kill the Afterlife< Less
Of Life and Spirit By Kelvin Bueckert
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The city is alive with neon color and artificial experience. What is reality? Is it only an illusion seen through the lens of television? What really matters? This is an inspiring collection of... More > poetry, essays, and thoughts exploring the intersection of life and spirit. Read enough to think, believe enough to read.< Less
Of Life and Spirit By Kelvin Bueckert
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The city is alive with neon color and artificial experience. What is reality? Is it only an illusion seen through the lens of television? What really matters? This is an inspiring collection of... More > poetry, essays, and thoughts exploring the intersection of life and spirit. Read enough to think, believe enough to read.< Less
Life In Exile By Jens Haas
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Contemporary Photography by Jens Haas: "Life In Exile. American Psycho", "The Manhattan Project", and "What It Is Like To Be A Traffic Cone". These three gallery... More > projects were photographed by the German expatriate in New York City in the years of 2003-2005. "Life In Exile. American Psycho" is about the seductive force of a thoroughly artificial way of life, and the presence of 20th century art in our everyday items. "The Manhattan Project" engages in photographic archaeology of the present, as if our life had already passed, and we needed to uncover it from what was left behind. And the project "What It Is Like To Be A Traffic Cone", already a runaway success both in commercial and art circles, adds the inevitable Freudian note. A 96 page book, in a generous magazine format, with 63 photographs and texts that introduce all three projects, presented in a brilliant design - a must have for anybody walking down the streets today awake.< Less