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New Science Theory Ebook
eBook (PDF): $2.58
New Science Theory by Vincent Wilmot is basically the New-Science-Theory.com website as on 1 January 2019, for later changes visit the site and its Sitemap notes any updates. Especially good for... More > those interested in physics, it concentrates chiefly on the four great physicists Albert Einstein, Isaac Newton, Rene Descartes and William Gilbert. Also here are fine sections covering Galileo, Kepler, History of Science, Philosophy of Science, Gravity, Light, Standard Model, String Theory, Probability Science and General Image Theory.< Less
Science or Society extracts eBook
eBook (PDF): $1.23
Science or Society? was published in association with the Channel 4 TV series, Crucible - Science in society, to illustrate the range of positions developed by the ‘the radical science... More > movement’ in Britain. The extracts in this present collection appear at the tail end of the book, where chapters are most explicit about the conceptual framework that underlies the discussion. In due course we hope to republish the whole book in this digital format. The now established notion of a field of Science and Technology Studies (STS) had not yet emerged, and Science or Society? was produced under the twin rubrics of ‘labour process theory’ and ‘cultural materialism’. Thirty-five years later these remain viable as theory-of-practice for science-and-society activists. See also the author's Living Thinkwork - Where do labour processes come from? and Location - Power and landscapes of design.< Less
The Science of Getting Rich eBook
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I first downloaded the amazing "Science of Getting Rich" as a free e-book, and I'm offering that back to you. I'm certain you'll be back to buy the paperback, the cd, or download the audio... More > program, it's that valuable! You owe it to yourself to try this method and feel the wonderful results it can bring! So look all you want for a catch, you won't find one. The next move is up to you. All that’s left to do now is take action. But don’t take my word for it. See for yourself. Please click here to download the FREE e-book, at no risk. I’m seriously looking forward to working with you!< Less
New Science Theory and On the Magnet Ebook
eBook (PDF): $6.69
The first book is basically the New-Science-Theory.com site as on 1 January 2018, for changes since then visit the website with its Sitemap noting updates. It is especially good for those interested... More > in physics theory, concentrating chiefly on the four great physicists William Gilbert, Rene Descartes, Isaac Newton and Albert Einstein – and also having fine sections on Galileo, Kepler, History of Science, Gravity, Light, String Theory, Standard Model Physics, Probability Science, Philosophy of Science and General Image Theory Science. The second book is a new improved English translation of William Gilbert’s banned Latin 1600 ‘De Magnete’ or ‘On The Magnet’. This is rather easier to read than its two earlier translations, and significantly helps to clarify Gilbert’s ‘attraction’ physics which Newton put as one of the two mathematized physics options and which he is believed to have privately favoured. It is basically a novel signal-response or remote-control physics that may still have relevance.< Less
Sudoku Guru Puzzles
eBook (ePub): $1.99
This eBook has 120 colorful Sudoku activity puzzles. There are 6x6 and 9x9 Sudoku games at the easy to moderate levels. These are colorful pages that you can solve over and over again using critical... More > and strategic thinking techniques. *Recommended for color eReaders. This is an ebook and not an interactive app.< Less
Be a Stargazer: A Guide to Astronomy
eBook (ePub): $2.99
How would you like to get started today in the fascinating hobby of astronomy? Let "Be a Stargazer" take you by the hand and guide you on your memorable journey through the universe around... More > us. From our small world we have gazed upon the cosmic ocean for thousands of years. Ancient astronomers observed points of light that appeared to move among the stars. They called these objects planets, meaning wanderers, and named them after Roman deities - Jupiter, king of the gods; Mars, the god of war; Mercury, messenger of the gods; Venus, the god of love and beauty, and Saturn, father of Jupiter and god of agriculture. The stargazers also observed comets with sparkling tails, and meteors or shooting stars apparently falling from the sky. Since the invention of the telescope, three more planets have been discovered in our solar system. The science of astronomy is ever expanding. "Be a Stargazer" will provide you with an understanding of astronomy and the universe around us.< Less
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Sebastian finds himself a part of a clandestine technological experiment, but manages to escape. Will he and his new friends escape the wrath of his mysterious former captors? In the spirit of... More > golden age pulp sci-fi, and with a strong streak of hard science fiction, this fast-paced adventure visits planets, spaceships, genetically enhanced assassins, and pirate lords. Will our intrepid heroes elude capture by the Hyperion Republic? Murder by the Pirate Clans? The gravity of a gas giant? Join them, and find out!< Less
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The Rings of Saturn - fifty thousand miles across . . . a chaotic environment of grinding rock, ice and dust, riddled with radiation and electrical charges. It is a terrifying challenge to cross this... More > dangerous environment in a spacesuit. Until Rael died on her first expedition to the Rings, it was a challenge Sharon wanted to overcome more than anything. Now it is an object of grief that thrusts her into the direct conflict between her emotions and philosophy, between fear of loss and love of life. Her drive to heal focuses her on questions of death, friendship, recovery, hope, success and what it means to freely take on the risk of living. Now, five friends unite in the adventure of their lives, played out across the most majestic features of the planets. Written in a direct and cinematic present-tense style, Ringclimber is as much about its characters and their growth as it is about its incredible settings. It offers a truly Romantic view of a future we could all want to live in.< Less
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Lillith Adams, bronze sculptor and ex-marine, has the opportunity of a lifetime: creating a monument to St. Francis of Assisi for the Archdiocese of New York. She has also obligated herself for the... More > past seven years to taking care of her tenants in the renovated century-old building she lives in and owns. She is certain none of them could make it without her help. Dealing with their problems threatens failure, which would destroy her reputation as an artist and bankrupt her. However, her life and that of all human beings takes a decisive turn when a crate is delivered to her studio. Rather than the clay she ordered from Prague, a sarcophagus lies within. When the being inside emerges from a two millennium sleep, Lillith discovers it will grant her any wish she desires. But inadvertently her wish will end civilization as we know it, for this is no genie, it is more the Golem of Hebrew legend. It will fulfill her wish completely to the letter, no matter what it takes, or at what cost.< Less
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