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The Experiment By Tianna Jaeren
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Jason loves sports and Jess loves acting and science. When they are paired for a science experiment. They work together. Then Jason finds out he is in a play with Jess! In this book they help each... More > other, solve their differences, and learn how life is one big experiment.< Less
Experiments By Abe E Seedy
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Sometimes you just want to try something new. And sometimes that "something new" involves turning into sexy animal people and having wild sexytimes, because sure why not? Another... More > collection of 5 short stories, all revolving around sex, transformation, and sexy transformation. Featuring werecowgirl women (and eventually men), catgirl covens, gooey tentacle science, a loving couple taking petplay exactly far enough, and good old-fashioned rubber dog dickgirls. If you like TF as a sex thing, and want to read 50+ pages of stories ranging from short and to the point to longer and more elaborate - well, you should probably go ahead and check this out. Cover art and book layout by Angrboda< Less
Fun Science Experiments By Niko
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A few simple science experiments that can be tried at home. Lots of fun.
Fun Science Fair Experiments By Jeremy Lewis
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A useful guide for young scientists and an aid in their science fair showcases. This book offers 15 unique experiments with clear instructions, explanations and recommendations that encourage young... More > students to challenge their mind and make the most out of their science fair experience.< Less
Science Break: Experiments for Kids By Dale Sidebottom
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ScienceBreak has been designed for parents and teachers to use with their children. The book contains 80 fun and easy science experiments that children will love. The experiments range from quite... More > simple with minimal equipment for the younger children, right through to the more advanced to challenge and engage older children. ScienceBreak is a must have resource for all parents and teachers wanting to challenge learning and excitement with their children.< Less
Science, Mind and Paranormal Experience By Eric Lord
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Speculations about paranormal phenomena and how they might be reconciled with modern scientific knowledge. (365 pages)
Your Diabetes Science Experiment By Ginger Vieira
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With a forward by Gary Scheiner, MS. CDE. Written by Ginger Vieira, a Type 1 diabetic and record-setting competitive powerlifter, this is a book for people with Type 1, Type 1.5 and Type 2 diabetes... More > who want to gain a deeper understanding of how the basic science of the human body impacts your blood sugar levels and your insulin needs. "Your Diabetes Science Experiment" will explain the science behind the most common reasons for your "mystery high blood sugars" and "unexpected low blood sugars." From there, each "Science Experiment" helps you focus on one specific part of your diabetes management at time, so you can make adjustments in your insulin dosing and your nutrition to prevent those unwanted fluctuations in your blood sugar from happening as often! Visit www.Living-in-Progress.com for more details about the book and the author, Ginger Vieira.< Less
Chem Penguin's Science Experiments By George Maxwell
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Chem Penguin's Science Experiments By George Maxwell
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The UFO Experience Reconsidered: Science and Speculation By Schooner Moon Books Robert L. Mason
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This book was inspired by, and is loosely based on, "The UFO Experience: A Scientific Inquiry" (1972) by the late Dr. J Allen Hynek. Dr. Hynek’s book is generally considered to be the... More > most influential book ever written about UFOs, but much has happened since 1972. This new book not only brings us up-to-date, but extrapolates on current science whenever possible. Perspectives are offered in three basic categories: natural causes, domestic technology, and alien technology. But perhaps more importantly a new way of looking at the phenomena is proposed that has been largely overlooked by other authors, and which finds itself at home in any of these three possibilities. The reader will not find discussion of conspiracy theories, accounts of abductions, or metaphysical and supernatural hypotheses. However, one will find speculations about possible alien visitations, what alien technology might be capable of, or what the distant future might hold.< Less