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PHYSICS IN DAILY LIFE-I (Classical Mechanics) By MURAT UHRAYOGLU
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"Physics is all around us. It is in the electric light you turn on in the morning; the car you drive to work; your wristwatch, cell phone, CD player, radio, and that big plasma TV set you got... More > for Christmas. It makes the stars shine every night and the sun shine every day, and it makes a baseball soar into the stands for a home run. Physics is the science of matter, energy, space, and time. It explains ordinary matter as combinations of a dozen fundamental particles (quarks and leptons), interacting through four fundamental forces. It describes the many forms of energy—such as kinetic energy, electrical energy, and mass—energy v.s. There are many fields of physics, for example: mechanics, electricity, heat, sound, light, condensed matter, atomic physics, nuclear physics, and elementary particle physics. So also Mechanics is an important field of physics. This excellent study teaches simple physics principles to the college-level students and other people interest in daily-life physics.."< Less
Yellow Sparks Over The Bluegrass - Volume Two By Charles H. Bogart
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Volume two concludes the account of the first and last horsecar, trolley, streetcar, and interurban lines within Kentucky. The Commonwealth's first horsecar line opened in 1844 in Louisville... More > (Jefferson Co.), and the last horsecar line closed in 1919 in Barbourville (Knox Co).(#2) The first electric powered trolley line opened in 1882 in Middlesborough (Bell Co.), and the last closed in 1950 in Covington (Kenton Co.). The first electric overhead wire powered streetcar line opened in 1890 in Paducah (McCracken Co.)(#3), and the last closed in Ft. Mitchell (Kenton Co.) in 1950. The first interurban line in Kentucky started running from Louisville (Jefferson Co.) in 1901, and the last interurban operation within Kentucky ended here in 1939. Trolley bus service started in 1936 in Louisville (Jefferson Co.) and ended in 1958 in Covington (Kenton Co.). Electric powered cars pulling trailers were first used in 1882 in Middlesborough (Bell Co.), and the last was used in 1948 in Louisville (Jefferson Co.).< Less
The Green Light on Green Stocks: A Quick Guide to Green Investing and Making Money in Alternative Energy Stocks By Fred Fuld III
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This book is a quick guide to all the various green investing sectors including solar, wind energy, cogeneration, wave power, tidal power, electric cars, methane power, geothermal, fuel cells,... More > ethanol (biofuels), geothermal, and flywheels. One green area that seems to be overlooked by most stock market analysts is the cloud and virtual computing industry, which is extensively covered in the book, due to the huge reduction in carbon footprints that these processes can generate. The goal of this book is to provide a quick and easy-to-understand guide to all the major green industries and all the primary publicly traded companies in those industries.< Less
The Green Light on Green Stocks: A Quick Guide to Green Investing and Making Money in Alternative Energy Stocks By Fred Fuld III
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This book is a quick guide to all the various green investing sectors including solar, wind energy, cogeneration, wave power, tidal power, electric cars, methane power, geothermal, fuel cells,... More > ethanol (biofuels), geothermal, and flywheels. One green area that seems to be overlooked by most stock market analysts is the cloud and virtual computing industry, which is extensively covered in the book, due to the huge reduction in carbon footprints that these processes can generate. The goal of this book is to provide a quick and easy-to-understand guide to all the major green industries and all the primary publicly traded companies in those industries.< Less
From Wagons To The Moon: A History of the Life of Enid Black McCauley By James McCauley
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Enid Black McCauley was born at a time when the world was not much changed from the beginning of time. In the 9 decades of her life she saw travel change from the horse and wagon to the car, to the... More > airplane, and to the rocket ship that put man on the moon. She watched the development of the first motion pictures, the electric light, the telephone, the phonograph, the recorder, television, the photocopier, the fax machine, the microwave, the computer, cell phones, and the internet. She is a daughter of the union of two long-standing pioneer families who originated on foreign shores and forged their way across an ocean and the American continent to meet in the tiny community of Scipio, Utah at the beginning of the twentieth century.< Less
I Found Me Appalachian Stories of a Lost Hillbilly Girl By Crystal Fugate
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What's it like growing up deep in a holler in Kentucky? No, this is not a Loretta Lynne bio. After reading some of these stories, you'll learn to appreciate the finer things in life such as inside... More > plumbing, electric heat, and your car! Feel the loneliness of growing up as an only child in an addictive chaotic family. Feel the shame of being singled out at school by teachers and students just because you're poor and unkept style. Yet be amazed and humored by it all as well. These stories touch the heart and reminds us that God has us on a journey to a better life.< Less
I Found Me Appalachian Stories of a Lost Hillbilly Girl By Crystal Fugate
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What's it like growing up deep in a holler in Kentucky? No, this is not a Loretta Lynne bio. After reading some of these stories, you'll learn to appreciate the finer things in life such as inside... More > plumbing, electric heat, and your car! Feel the loneliness of growing up as an only child in an addictive chaotic family. Feel the shame of being singled out at school by teachers and students just because you're poor and unkept style. Yet be amazed and humored by it all as well. These stories touch the heart and reminds us that God has us on a journey to a better life.< Less
The Protoype RC10 Book, hardback By Steve Husting
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In this hardcover version, Steve Husting showcases one of the first hand-built RC10s by Curtis Husting shortly before its famous production run. Lavish photos show every detail of the two-wheel-drive... More > electric buggy. Includes an article by Gene Husting, captions by Curtis Husting, and photos of several early RC10 catalogs and manuals, with a few interior catalog pages. This may be your only chance to see a comprehensive look under the hood of one of the most famous radio-control offroad cars ever made. Preview the entire book here!< Less
Anu Factor By Ross Richdale
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Anu is possibly the last Blue, an advanced humanoid race. She must be protected so the genes of her species are passed onto future generations. An environment is made for Anu and the humans with her.... More > It is a hallucinatory world but it works well. This is until a car accident causes Talbot to discover that his real existence is an empty, township. His sports car is just an old vehicle and his apartment is as old and tatty as the clothes he wears. Also the friends and acquaintances he interacts with don't exist. Anu is the only other real person in the town. He convinces her that the world they live in is false and they remove implants from their necks that create the hallucinations. But where does the fresh food, electricity and fuel for Talbot's car come from? After days of searching they find Erin, a human girl who is living alone. In her hallucinatory state, Erin doesn't even know she is heavily pregnant But where is the man who impregnated her?< Less
Anu Factor By Ross Richdale
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Anu is possibly the last Blue, an advanced humanoid race. She must be protected so the genes of her species are passed onto future generations. An environment is made for Anu and the humans with her.... More > It is a hallucinatory world but it works well. This is until a car accident causes Talbot to discover that his real existence is an empty, township. His sports car is just an old vehicle and his apartment is as old and tatty as the clothes he wears. Also the friends and acquaintances he interacts with don't exist. Anu is the only other real person in the town. He convinces her that the world they live in is false and they remove implants from their necks that create the hallucinations. But where does the fresh food, electricity and fuel for Talbot's car come from? After days of searching they find Erin, a human girl who is living alone. In her hallucinatory state, Erin doesn't even know she is heavily pregnant But where is the man who impregnated her?< Less

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