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The Forces By Eugenio Pacifico
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This theory provides a possible explanation of the force of gravity and also because the particles generate the field electromagnetic.Also explains the phenomenon of the forces. Also it called the... More > equation of mass and electric charge which become apparent magnitudes. The mass does not generate the force of gravity but it is the force of gravity under the illusion that we have a mass. The particle does not generate the electromagnetic field, but reflects only the energy of the waves electromagnetic that affect the illusion so to associate a charge to the particle to justify these same fields produced.< Less
Forces By Eugenio Pacifico
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This theory provides a possible explanation of the force of gravity and also because the particles generate the field electromagnetic.Also explains the phenomenon of the forces. Also it called the... More > equation of mass and electric charge which become apparent magnitudes. The mass does not generate the force of gravity but it is the force of gravity under the illusion that we have a mass. The particle does not generate the electromagnetic field, but reflects only the energy of the waves electromagnetic that affect the illusion so to associate a charge to the particle to justify these same fields produced.< Less
The Force of Will By Michael Cornwall, PhD
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Emotional Intelligence is the ability to identify and manage your own emotions and the emotions of others. Emotional Intelligence is believed to include three skills: 1. Emotional awareness,... More > including the ability to identify your own emotions and those of others;   2. The ability to harness emotions and apply them to tasks like thinking and problems solving; and, 3. The ability to manage emotions, including the ability to regulate your own emotions, and the ability to help another person regulate their own. The Force of Will is designed to provide the on-the-go reader with short, easy-to-understand chapters related to improving emotional intelligence. Thought-provoking and entertaining, The Force of Will can become a companion for those who are seeking a quick resource for inner reflection, emotional balance and refocusing priorities.< Less
authors calendar By Mike Force
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Famous Authors Wearing Bathing Suits, 2017 Calendar. Drawings by Mike Force.
Don't Shoot Important People By Mike Force
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Exploring the potential conspiracy behind Martin Luther King Jr's assassination Mike Force travels to Memphis where he accidentally encounters a contemporary KKK rally. His comics from 2004 through... More > 2014 illustrate topics such as Andy Warhol's adolescence and strange death, Elliot Smith's suicide, gambling, travel and Oscar Wilde.< Less
Airspeed - The First Two Years Aloft By Stephen Force
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Essays, rants, ruminations, and the Big Dream from the first two years of Airspeed, the Internet's premier aviation features podcast. Strap in for an aerobatic ride in a Pitts S-2C, a skydive run... More > with the US Army Golden Knights, a balloon flight, and training with the author from the cockpit of a Cessna 172. Also includes the widely-praised essays "Take your Kids to the Airport" and "Why I Fly," as well as the introspective and inspiring "First Solo" and the epic aviation poem "Fingers in the Airport Fence Entwined (The Ballad of Jimmy Short)." Strap into the right seat and pitch for best climb with Stephen Force.< Less
Airspeed - The First Two Years Aloft By Stephen Force
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Essays, rants, ruminations, and the Big Dream from the first two years of Airspeed, the Internet's premier aviation features podcast. Strap in for an aerobatic ride in a Pitts S-2C, a skydive run... More > with the US Army Golden Knights, a balloon flight, and training with the author from the cockpit of a Cessna 172. Also includes the widely-praised essays "Take your Kids to the Airport" and "Why I Fly," as well as the introspective and inspiring "First Solo" and the epic aviation poem "Fingers in the Airport Fence Entwined (The Ballad of Jimmy Short)." Strap into the right seat and pitch for best climb with Stephen Force.< Less
Virgin Love By Hentai Force
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NOT FOR ANYONE UNDER 18. THIS E-COMIC CONTAINS NUDITY, SEX, AND ADULT SITUATIONS. 189 pages Thank you for choosing Hentaiforce mangas!
Indians, Pirates and Rattlesnakes: A Brief Journey Through The Musings of One Man's Ether Museum By James Force
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How old were you when you finally figured out that everything you had been taught was a lie. That no one has a fuckin' clue as to what's really going on! For me it was 28. I learned that there's... More > just questions, that's it. At least for now there is—because no one knows. The present moment is all there is. The past and the future are just thoughts in the mind, and the world of ideas emerging from nothing is magic. All events of creation are a magical act, from baseballs to engines – and the notion that ideas change the world is not just a metaphor – the fact is, they do change the world. It's from this frequency of imagination that everything comes – and from where I have brought to fruition these treasures that I think may bring pleasure to those of like mind – a collection from my first thought journal, displayed as a museum of thoughts and ideas.< Less
Fontella Jones and the Children of the Porn By Justeen Force
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Fontella Jones: portrait of a black female cop in flux. Caught in the hot, sweaty grip of a dimension between apathy and anarchy, she has taken a stand as a thinking human being in a place where... More > prejudices can kill and a closed mind can destroy. Where her searches on long, silent nights . . . for faith, strength, and truth . . . drag her through the sewers of the less positive pursuits of man: human slaughter, torture, misery, and anguish. Justice is her only obsession. The pity of it is . . . it’s a world too real. Enter the Fontella Jones Chronicles at your own risk. Telly's a no-nonsense black woman Did you ever meet one? A real one? They don’t suffer fools gladly. There’s no black and white in their world; there’s no shades of gray; there’s only good and bad. That makes them politically incorrect from any direction you come from. There’s no tact; no diplomacy; no spin. They see it like it is and tell it like it is, because they live it like it is. They’re dangerous. That’s Telly.< Less