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From Big Bang to Small Bang -The History of the Universe - With Special Emphasis on Planet Earth and Its Greatest Problem – Overpopulation – and Some of the Peculiarities of Its Inhabitants By Siegfried Eckleben
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An eyewitness account of the evolution of the universe, From BIG BANG to Small Bang is told by Yog, a quark. Quarks are the oldest existing particles. They know everything, since everything is made... More > of quarks and electrons. Yog describes the formation of matter, of stars, galaxies, our solar system, our planet, of life – and eventually, humans, emanating from Africa. Being now part of an earthling, Yog knows the peculiarities of humans too. Yog determines the key event that distinguished man from beast. It finds that earthlings have overtaken biological evolution by technological development and predicts that evolution does not end with today’s Homo sapiens but continues towards a more rational being, Homo prudens. Finally, Yog diagnoses the underlying problem on the planet: overpopulation by humans. FBBTSB is written in plain language for average persons – from teenagers to pensioners. There are no formulae or diagrams. The text is livened-up by a series of cartoon-like sketches.< Less
Nowt so daft...2 By Kieran Meehan
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‘Nowt so daft as folk’ is an age old expression meaning ‘people say and do the silliest things.’ Kieran Meehan’s cartoons illustrate that pithy observation with humour... More > and insight. Meehan’s single panel cartoons have been nominated three times at the National Cartoonists Society Awards. His daily comic strip ‘Pros & Cons’ is distributed worldwide through King Features Syndicate.< Less
Nowt so daft... By Kieran Meehan
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‘Nowt so daft as folk’ is an age old expression. It means 'people say and do the silliest things.' Kieran Meehan’s cartoons illustrate that pithy observation with humour and... More > insight. Meehan’s single panel cartoons have been nominated three times at the National Cartoonists Society Awards. His daily comic strip ‘Pros & Cons’ is distributed worldwide through King Features Syndicate.< Less
Naval Humor By C.J. Blanchette
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If you have ever served in the armed forces, and specifically in the United States Navy, then you will understand and appreciate the expressions of humor within this book. Cartooning for twenty years... More > did more than make people laugh at situations, but chronicled naval history in a more humorous light.< Less
Naval Humor By C.J. Blanchette
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If you have ever served in the armed forces, and specifically in the United States Navy, then you will understand and appreciate the expressions of humor within this book. Cartooning for twenty years... More > did more than make people laugh at situations, but chronicled naval history in a more humorous light.< Less
Illustrated Guide for the Politically Incorrect 2015 Part One By J. Beverly Greene
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This is the third installment in this regular yearly periodical covering all of the main stories of politics and worldwide agendas in health, eugenics, economics, and especially war and political... More > leadership. This is as basic as it gets and as layman ready reading as you're going to find to get yourself up to date with where we're at in the world at this point. It's referenced and gives links to news articles and videos that deal with these subjects in full. It quotes famous people and journalist describing the trouble we're in and gives solutions for these ills. At the same time it's heavily illustrated and full of satire and wit trying to disseminate these dark subjects of the coming world government and their plans for subjugating us all. You can also refer to the two previous volumes of the same title on lulu.com This is the first part of a larger book that I'm putting out now due to the urgency of the time.< Less
Illustrated Guide for the Politically Incorrect 2014 By J. Beverly Greene
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This is the second in a series, chronicling the year of 2014 with events and background explaining where this is taking us. 214 original illustrations with another 70 plus photos and illustrations... More > from others. The need to become aware of what's happening and why in our world is more critical every day as we are swamped in an avalanche of issues. From Ebola and health issues to Bilderberg and Obama, we satirize the people and groups that work to bring us into their New World Order. The solution is simple to change the direction, get informed and inform others and get your own life right first. I'm pointing out some ways to do that here. The reading is as easy as it gets with issues boiled down to the meat and bones. This makes a perfect Christmas gift to give your loved ones too. Happy holidays!< Less
1000 Facts About Animated Films By James Egan
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In the original script of The Lion King, Mufasa was the one who cut Scar's face. Walt Disney HATED the spaghetti-eating scene in Lady and the Tramp. It is now one of the most beloved scenes in Disney... More > history. Toy Story was nearly a musical. Christopher Barnes was only 16 when he voiced Prince Eric in The Little Mermaid. In Frozen, Elsa was supposed to have blue hair. The villain of The Incredibles was supposed to be an alien called Xerek. The merchant in the beginning of Aladdin is the Genie. It took ten years to make Alice in Wonderland. Gru's appearance in Despicable Me is based on an emperor penguin. Disney were certain that Finding Nemo would fail. The Prince in Beauty and the Beast was 11 when the Enchantress cursed him. If Cinderella flopped, Disney would've gone bankrupt. Inside Out is the first Pixar film that doesn't have a villain. Walt Disney's favourite Disney film was Bambi. Elvis nearly starred in The Jungle Book.< Less
Legendes Wryt Yn Ages Past... By Ron Baker
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A collection of humorous historical doggerel, verse and nonsense, fully illustrated throughout by the author. Poems, nonsense, doggerel and doodles - a humorous history of the forgotten land of... More > Architrave, of it's Kynges and Queens and notables; of unhappy moles and happy cows and of handsome, fearless, proud Sir Staveley bravely fighting the beasty Grimble. Read Madrin’s Thesis on the virtues of potato soup, Godophin’s letter to Kynge Thain The Unwise and discover just how Black Bart brought the news to the ‘Ewe & Ram’.< Less
Legendes Wryt Yn Ages Past... By Ron Baker
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A collection of humorous historical doggerel, verse and nonsense, fully illustrated throughout by the author. Poems, nonsense, doggerel and doodles - a humorous history of the forgotten land of... More > Architrave, of it's Kynges and Queens and notables; of unhappy moles and happy cows and of handsome, fearless, proud Sir Staveley bravely fighting the beasty Grimble. Read Madrin’s Thesis on the virtues of potato soup, Godophin’s letter to Kynge Thain The Unwise and discover just how Black Bart brought the news to the ‘Ewe & Ram’.< Less

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