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Line of Sight Stabilization Primer By Peter J. Kennedy, Rhonda Kennedy
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This book provides an overview of critical areas associated with the design of a line of sight (LOS) stabilization control system. It discusses a methodology for LOS stabilization system design,... More > identifies important algorithms for analyzing stabilization dynamics, and describes frequently used control system component characteristics. A design example is provided in the final chapter.< Less
Line of Sight Stabilization Primer By Peter Kennedy
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This book provides an overview of critical areas associated with the design of a line of sight (LOS) stabilization control system. It discusses a methodology for LOS stabilization system design,... More > identifies important algorithms for analyzing stabilization dynamics, and describes frequently used control system component characteristics. A design example is provided in the final chapter.< Less
RAGING GIMPS By Bonnie Walker
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An eclectic, irreverent mix of the absurd, disturbing and hilarious, Raging Gimps offers thirty tales of the disabled and the disenfranchised. Told from a variety of points of view, these stories... More > give voice to those often without a voice, the fringe dwellers and the societal rejects. A colorful cast of characters move through a twisted world where bizarre turns of fate and man’s inhumanity to man result in comedy and tragedy, redemption and damnation. Written by Bonnie F. Walker, Raging Gimps draws inspiration from her career as a professional nurse and healthcare provider, and a lifetime of advocacy for human rights.< Less
RAGING GIMPS By Bonnie Walker
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An eclectic, irreverent mix of the absurd, disturbing and hilarious, Raging Gimps offers thirty tales of the disabled and the disenfranchised. Told from a variety of points of view, these stories... More > give voice to those often without a voice, the fringe dwellers and the societal rejects. A colorful cast of characters move through a twisted world where bizarre turns of fate and man’s inhumanity to man result in comedy and tragedy, redemption and damnation. Written by Bonnie F. Walker, Raging Gimps draws inspiration from her career as a professional nurse and healthcare provider, and a lifetime of advocacy for human rights.< Less
Imperium By Francis Parker Yockey
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Much has been said already about this unique and disturbing book, but this much is reasonably certain: A thousand times more is yet to be said. Imperium is the first sequel the literary world knows... More > to Spengler’s monumental The Decline of the West. In fact, the author of Imperium does more than even Spengler attempted — he defines and creates the pathology of Culture in all of its infinitely urgent importance, including the discipline of Cultural Vitalism. Imperium rejects the Nineteenth Century: the parched fossils of its thought — Marx, Freud and the scientific-technical world outlook; its exhausted political nostrums — the pluralistic state, liberalism, democracy, communism, internationalism; all of which fail to satisfy the organically vital realities of politics. Imperium presents unique and almost esoteric political, social and historical definitions and explanations which shall become more widely known — indeed, commonly understood — if our West survives.< Less
Guardian Angel By Amy Kaur
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Guardian Angel is a collection of poems that charts the story of a young Asian woman, brought up in a strict Indian family and forced into two arranged marriages to abusive husbands. The poetry tells... More > of her longings for love and acceptance, and the harsh realities of life with abusive men who regularly would beat and threaten to kill her. From the depths of mental breakdown and being sectioned to the process of rebuilding her life, Amy Kaur’s poetry masterfully captures the emotions of a journey from turmoil and rejection to inner peace and happiness. Books like Guardian Angel can often be introspective and difficult to follow, yet Amy’s book manages to powerfully communicate her emotions and her feelings in a way that few others have achieved. Disturbing, challenging, deeply thoughtful yet still liberating and uplifting, Guardian Angel demonstrates the healing power of poetry.< Less
Inn o cence (paperback) By Rebecca Gonzalez
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Not even a mother’s unconditional love can stop the madness that is going to take place. For many years Leslie has managed to keep her son Julian away from the horrifying truth, which will now... More > follow him for the rest of his life. Julian’s grandmother Ruth was the first one to notice the yellow ring around Julian’s eye when he was born. Sad and disturbed to have this phenomenon reoccur in the family after two generations, Ruth recounts to Leslie the terrible ordeal that had taken place in the distant past and tries to offer her advice on how to start preparing for the worst. In denial and rejecting the advice, Leslie disowns her mother and doesn’t speak to her for many years. The journey that lies ahead will challenge young Julian’s independence; it will either prepare him for his supernatural future or defeat him by through the beastly source within him.< Less
Inn o cence (paperback) By Rebecca Gonzalez
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Not even a mother’s unconditional love can stop the madness that is going to take place. For many years Leslie has managed to keep her son Julian away from the horrifying truth, which will now... More > follow him for the rest of his life. Julian’s grandmother Ruth was the first one to notice the yellow ring around Julian’s eye when he was born. Sad and disturbed to have this phenomenon reoccur in the family after two generations, Ruth recounts to Leslie the terrible ordeal that had taken place in the distant past and tries to offer her advice on how to start preparing for the worst. In denial and rejecting the advice, Leslie disowns her mother and doesn’t speak to her for many years. The journey that lies ahead will challenge young Julian’s independence; it will either prepare him for his supernatural future or defeat him by through the beastly source within him.< Less
Meditating On My Faith By Kelly Coughlin
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When I was ten years old (three years after my parents divorced, two years after my sister unmasked Santa Claus, and five years before I became aware of what Nietzsche had shockingly proclaimed:... More > “God is dead!”) a boy in my catechism class informed me of the power of the Scapular: “If you wear this,” he said, “you will go to heaven no matter what you do!” I was incredulous. “Even if I were Al Capone?” I asked. We were both born in Chicago and Al was a sin we often had to answer for. “Even if you were Al himself.” He seemed so confident about it I wore a Scapular for a month to test it out but the idea of its magical power disturbed my Midwestern common sense and my understanding of sin and forgiveness. Grace comes only with a sincere confession, doesn't it? Later that same year I said my last prayer to God, telling Him that I just couldn't believe such things, and that I'd have to leave Him for a while. Americans reject organized religion for many reasons. But is it proper reasoning?< Less
The Scribe and The Sword By Myron Humble
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Samuel had just begun in the temple school when Miriam brought the baby to the temple. What he saw and heard and after meeting Miriam and Yosef his excitement over the apparent coming of the Messiah... More > blossomed only to be met with rejection, ridicule and rebuke from his peers and Temple leaders in Jerusalem. Chastened Samuel left work at the temple, self-exiled to his home in Hebron. He returned years later with his family to resume service in the temple school. He was determined to protect his position and his family. But Yeshua begins his mission, and Samuel's fears are awakened. In spite of his early experience and his knowledge of Scripture, he gives in to peer pressure. He becomes even more disturbed to find that his family is falling under Yeshua's influence. Blinded by pride and rage he must take action and he strikes out. Caught in a web of scripture, tradition, Yeshua, his love for his country and his family, it seems as if a sword is tearing at his inner being.< Less