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Reverse Engineering the Universe: Using One Particle and Three Forces By Donald A. Bertke & Herbert L. Hirsch
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Expanding and clarifying their previous book, "I Killed Schrodinger's Cat," the authors explain all forms of mass and energy using just one particle and three forces (gravity, electrostatic... More > repulsion, and magnetism). Predictive, measurable solutions are proposed for electricity, dark matter, the nature of light, entropy, and many other issues. Written primarily for laymen, the book also contains an appendix with mathematical proofs for the scientist.< Less
Reverse Engineering the Universe: Using One Particle and Three Forces By Donald A. Bertke & Herbert L. Hirsch
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Expanding and clarifying their previous book, "I Killed Schrodinger's Cat," the authors explain all forms of mass and energy using just one particle and three forces (gravity, electrostatic... More > repulsion, and magnetism). Predictive, measurable solutions are proposed for electricity, dark matter, the nature of light, entropy, and many other issues. Written primarily for laymen, the book also contains an appendix with mathematical proofs for the scientist.< Less
World War Ii Sea War, Volume 11: Bougainville, Tarawa & Cape Gloucester By Don Kindell et al.
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This volume contains day-to-day naval and merchant actions for October through December 1943, sorted by month, location, date, and time. Vessels of all countries involved in World War II are... More > included, including merchants. Major actions include: British attempt to seize Italian-held Aegean Islands; Royal Navy's return to Ceylon; US landing on Bougainville Island; the arrival of new USN Essex-class aircraft carriers, enabling the occupation of the Gilbert Islands; the sinking of the Scharnhorst; and the evacuation of Sevastopol.< Less
World War II Sea War, Vol 10: Il Duce Deposed By Gordon Smith et al.
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Comprehensive list of day-to-day naval actions from July 1943 through September 1943. Major events include Allied invasions of Sicily and Italy, plus continued action in the Solomon and New Guinea... More > Islands, and the US liberation of Kiska Island.< Less
World War Ii Sea War, Vol 10: Il Duce Deposed By Gordon Smith et al.
eBook (PDF): $14.99
Comprehensive list of day-to-day naval actions from July 1943 through September 1943. Major events include Allied invasions of Sicily and Italy, plus continued action in the Solomon and New Guinea... More > Islands, and the US liberation of Kiska Island.< Less
World War II Sea War, Vol 9: Wolfpacks Muzzled By Gordon Smith et al.
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This volume covers day-to-day naval actions during March-June 1943. The Allies attacked German U-boats day and night, forcing their withdrawal from the vital North Atlantic convoy routes, clearing... More > the way for the eventual invasion of Europe from Britain. In the Bismarck Sea, Allied aircraft destroyed an entire Japanese troop convoy bound for New Guinea. In the Komandorski Islands, the U.S. Navy engaged a superior Japanese force and out fought them. After this loss, the Japanese commander was fired in disgrace. The Allies isolated the German and Italian troops fighting in Tunisia with an air and sea blockade. Without support from Italy, Tunisia fell. U.S. aircraft ambushed Japanese Admiral Yamamoto while he was en route to an inspection visit in the Solomon Islands. The U.S. 7th Infantry Division liberated Attu Island in the Aleutian Islands.< Less
World War Ii Sea War, Vol 9 - Wolfpacks Muzzled By Gordon Smith et al.
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This volume covers day-to-day naval actions during March-June 1943. The Allies attacked German U-boats day and night, forcing their withdrawal from the vital North Atlantic convoy routes, clearing... More > the way for the eventual invasion of Europe from Britain. In the Bismarck Sea, Allied aircraft destroyed an entire Japanese troop convoy bound for New Guinea. In the Komandorski Islands, the U.S. Navy engaged a superior Japanese force and out fought them. After this loss, the Japanese commander was fired in disgrace. The Allies isolated the German and Italian troops fighting in Tunisia with an air and sea blockade. Without support from Italy, Tunisia fell. U.S. aircraft ambushed Japanese Admiral Yamamoto while he was en route to an inspection visit in the Solomon Islands. The U.S. 7th Infantry Division liberated Attu Island in the Aleutian Islands.< Less