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Between the Atlantic and the Mediterranean: Responses to Climate and Weather Conditions throughout History By Ian D. Rotherham (eds) et al.
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Between the Atlantic and the Mediterranean brings together a set of case studies on living organisms’ adaptation to the evolution of the climate and adjustments to extreme weather conditions.... More > Aiming to go beyond concerns about recent and forthcoming climate change, which have dominated research in environmental studies this book adopts a long-term perspective on adaptations and adjustments to nature. Although an important group of papers deal with the Portuguese territory and the Iberian Peninsula, in which a complex mosaic of Atlantic and Mediterranean climates helped to shape landscapes and history, the book has a broader geographical scope from England to Italy. Contributions look at the distribution and numbers of animal species and, material, social, cultural and religious responses to weather in the short term and to climate in the long term. The common ground is the reaction of living organisms to “natural hazards”. In the long term, these are cyclical, and nowadays predictable.< Less
CHANGE IN MT.OLYMPUS By prabhsharan singh
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A STORY SET IN MT.OLYMPUS.SELENE(MOON GODDESS),EOS(GODDESS OF DAWN) AND HELIOS(GOD OF SUN) ARE FIGHTING TO GAIN THEIR POWERS CONSTANTLY BY CHANGING THE ENTIRE WEATHER OF THE MOUNT OLYMPUS
CHANGE IN MT.OLYMPUS By prabhsharan singh
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A STORY SET IN MT.OLYMPUS.SELENE(MOON GODDESS),EOS(GODDESS OF DAWN) AND HELIOS(GOD OF SUN) ARE FIGHTING TO GAIN THEIR POWERS CONSTANTLY BY CHANGING THE ENTIRE WEATHER OF THE MOUNT OLYMPUS
Change Described Explained Predicted By Paul Drewfs
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What if you could describe the near and distant past, explain the ever evolving present, and predict the near and distant future? Not each specific choice or action taken, now being elected, or to... More > be taken, but the cyclic trends in the dates and rates of the diffusion of human innovation and solar system, planetary, and climatic change. Well the ancient Maya could and my completed 532 page non-fiction book ‘CHANGE DESCRIBED-EXPLAINED-PREDICTED’ validates that fact. Then, the book explains how they did it – but doesn’t stop there. The book also defines things the Maya couldn’t possibly know. Things only modern science could uncover. Big things like the Galactic force that drives the cyclic rhythms of change the Maya were measuring and mimicking. Subtle things like how that force gets into our brains to define our autonomic self and influence our behavior. Worrisome things, like the scientific basis for the Maya prediction of the “end of space and time” on Friday December 21, 2012.< Less
Change Described Explained Predicted By Paul Drewfs
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What if you could describe the near and distant past, explain the ever evolving present, and predict the near and distant future? Not each specific choice or action taken, now being elected, or to... More > be taken, but the cyclic trends in the dates and rates of the diffusion of human innovation and solar system, planetary, and climatic change. Well the ancient Maya could and my completed 532 page non-fiction book ‘CHANGE DESCRIBED-EXPLAINED-PREDICTED’ validates that fact. Then, the book explains how they did it – but doesn’t stop there. The book also defines things the Maya couldn’t possibly know. Things only modern science could uncover. Big things like the Galactic force that drives the cyclic rhythms of change the Maya were measuring and mimicking. Subtle things like how that force gets into our brains to define our autonomic self and influence our behavior. Worrisome things, like the scientific basis for the Maya prediction of the “end of space and time” on Friday December 21, 2012.< Less
MISI-ZIIBI: Living with the Great Rivers, Climate Adaptation Strategies in the Midwest River Basins By John Hoal et al.
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Co-organized by the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts at Washington University in St. Louis and the Royal Netherlands Embassy, Washington D.C., MISI-ZIIBI: Living with the Great Rivers was... More > the first in a series of multi-disciplinary workshops that investigated spatial design strategies through the studying of innovative, integrated approaches for climate adaptation along the Mississippi, Missouri and Illinois rivers in the Midwest. Initially focusing on the St. Louis Bi-state region, the first workshop outcomes were a broad-based set of proto-typological, multi-scaled planning scenarios worthy of more detailed study and intended to be transferable to other Midwest city regions.< Less
Unity: The Art and Science of Transformational Change By Erik Phillips-Nania
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Unity is about transformational changes on the horizon that could bring about a "Golden Age" of peace and prosperity, an idea that unites the prophecies of ancient civilizations.... More > Beginning with the new vegan healthcare standard recommended by the largest health insurance company, Unity describes the levels of food consciousness and comprehensive healthcare policy reform. Unity then defines the development of higher consciousness and the art, science, and technology of Enlightenment. Next, the application of these contemplative studies is critical to solving the crisis of civilization: for preventing catastrophic superstorms and implementing the idea of "spiritual geoengineering" to bring about environmental harmony. The final chapter is on the application of higher consciousness to political and social revolution for the renewal of democracy, equality, justice, and peace.< Less
CHANGE; DESCRIBED-EXPLAINED-PREDICTED By Paul Drewfs
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A gargantuan cyclic wave force shapes our Galaxy, solar system and planet. The Maya described, explained, and predicted the effects of that wave force over 2,100 years ago, but could only guess at... More > its source. Now scientists have measured that Galactic cause. ‘CHANGE; Described-Explained-Predicted’ validates the predictive accuracy of the Maya Long Count Calendar cycles and relates them to the Galactic force they measure. That force predicts the motions of our solar system and planet, Earth’s shape and climate, and the history of human change. The book shows how our planet’s gravitational field gives rise to our brain’s default mode network and produces our autonomic sense of self. CHANGE reveals the scientific basis for the Maya predicted Transformation of our solar neighborhood in 2012; the theory of World Age Resonant Phase Synchronization (WARPS). WARPS predicts that our solar neighborhood will undergo 4,612 years of Galactic motion and physical evolution in under a minute.< Less
CHANGE; DESCRIBED-EXPLAINED-PREDICTED By Paul Drewfs
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A gargantuan cyclic wave force shapes our Galaxy, solar system and planet. The Maya described, explained, and predicted the effects of that wave force over 2,100 years ago, but could only guess at... More > its source. Now scientists have measured that Galactic cause. ‘CHANGE; Described-Explained-Predicted’ validates the predictive accuracy of the Maya Long Count Calendar cycles and relates them to the Galactic force they measure. That force predicts the motions of our solar system and planet, Earth’s shape and climate, and the history of human change. The book shows how our planet’s gravitational field gives rise to our brain’s default mode network and produces our autonomic sense of self. CHANGE reveals the scientific basis for the Maya predicted Transformation of our solar neighborhood in 2012; the theory of World Age Resonant Phase Synchronization (WARPS). WARPS predicts that our solar neighborhood will undergo 4,612 years of Galactic motion and physical evolution in under a minute.< Less
TECTONIC PLATES - How the World Changed By Peter Roberts
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This is a fascinating and intriguing book that tells the geological story of the world over the last 750 million years. The object of this book is to simplify a complex and very specialised subject... More > so that it can be presented clearly and briefly. The author presents fourteen briefly-explained plate migration maps of the entire globe, showing the approximated movements and positions of the world's major tectonic plates over the last 750 million years. This gives “the big picture”, explaining how and why our climate has changed so radically with time. This book has been written and the maps drawn for beginners, night classes, schools, universities, amateur geologists, climatologists and even for professional geologists. It is for anyone who wants to understand the causes of the huge changes in the world's geology, oceans, and climate, which have taken place long before humankind evolved, and which have, in turn, created and moulded our planet's diverse geographical landscapes.< Less