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Introductory Physics 2 By Robert G. Brown
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Introductory Physics 2, with Calculus. The second semester of a two-semester series, this textbook covers: Electricity and Magnetism, DC and AC Circuits, and Geometric and Physics Optics, including... More > optical instruments.< Less
The Book of Lilith By Robert G. Brown
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The Book of Lilith tells the story of Lilith, who was really the first woman created by God, and who just happened to have been created before Adam. Her job is to give all the things in the world... More > souls, while Adam's is to create rules and law out of chaos. Unfortunately, Adam likes to have sex with Lilith only in the Adam-on-top position. This leads to, shall we say, "problems". The Book of Lilith is alternately funny, serious, surreal, and amazing as Lilith embarks on a Zen journey around the world giving things souls and giving birth to a god. It is more than a little bit deep, and yet very, very entertaining. Visit the Book of Lilith Website to see the full range of purchase options as well as many interesting Lilith links!< Less
Engineering a Beowulf-Style Compute Cluster By Robert G. Brown
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This is a lulu-based print version of the famous (or infamous) book that has delighted generations of newbie cluster computer geeks for oh, six or seven years now. If are interested in cluster... More > computing, but don't really know how it works or how to go about getting started, this is a good book for you. If you are an expert, you probably know a lot of it but still may find it funny and/or useful in places. Either way, it is available for free if you really can't afford to buy it, but by buying it you help me to write more and keep it up to date.< Less
Axioms By Robert G. Brown
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Axioms is "the last book on metaphysical philosophy you'll ever need to read". It uses the latest methods of bayesian analysis to prove that philosophy is bullshit. Instead of being the... More > end of all reason, this proves to be the proper beginning. It establishes once and for all that the most important free choice any human makes is their choice of what to believe, their axioms. Axioms are, in fact, the basis of all understanding, all knowing, but themselves cannot be known, only believed. The book connects these conclusions of western mathematical philosophy with the heart eastern philosophy in the form of Zen Buddhism, with axiomatic set theory, with Hume's skepticism, and more. It is written to be fun to read and accessible, even as it presents its core arguments fairly rigorously.< Less