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Emergency Preparedness Handbook: The Only Book You'll Ever Need By Zina Holt
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There is nothing anyone can do when nature decides to leash out its fury. There is no way to stop it so people should brace for the worse and seek shelter. In order to minimize the loss of life,... More > most towns and cities have created emergency plans. Sirens are placed in strategic locations to announce a major evacuation; the emergency broadcast system is in place in the event that power and electricity has been cut off as well as stockpiles of food, water and medicine. In this easy to read ebook learn everything there is to know about preparing for disasters. GRAB YOUR COPY TODAY!< Less
Student Science Stories 2015 By Norman Schultz
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Compilation of fictional stories from student essays in Earth Science and Medical Science classes.
Allah's Thunder By Henry Smith
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Iran was a problem for the rest of the world. In the post-Cold War era, the security services of both the United States and Russia came up with independent solutions to the problem; solutions which... More > were to combine into the greatest engineering project which the world will ever see.< Less
Allah's Thunder By Henry Smith
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Iran was a problem for the rest of the world. In the post-Cold War era, the security services of both the United States and Russia came up with independent solutions to the problem; solutions which... More > were to combine into the greatest engineering project which the world will ever see.< Less
The Woeful Wind By Dan L. Edwards
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In the mountains of Virginia in the 1940s, May Jenkins was a typical teenager of the time. The youngest child of a poor family, she made the most of life and what it offered. It was only after she... More > met Charlie Stillwater, a self-proclaimed Cherokee Indian Chief, that May’s life changed. Charlie’s words of warning seemed dire. Charlie, however, was known to drink heavily. Most people in the area considered him a crazy drunk. Upon taking the man’s message to others, May was faced with disbelief. Even so, the teen set out to warn the area residents. Surely there was something of truth in Charlie’s words.< Less
The Woeful Wind By Dan L. Edwards
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In the mountains of Virginia in the 1940s, May Jenkins was a typical teenager of the time. The youngest child of a poor family, she made the most of life and what it offered. It was only after she... More > met Charlie Stillwater, a self-proclaimed Cherokee Indian Chief, that May’s life changed. Charlie’s words of warning seemed dire. Charlie, however, was known to drink heavily. Most people in the area considered him a crazy drunk. Upon taking the man’s message to others, May was faced with disbelief. Even so, the teen set out to warn the area residents. Surely there was something of truth in Charlie’s words.< Less
Geology of the Book of Mormon By Jerry Grover
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Jerry Grover, a professional civil engineer and geologist, utilizes geologic and geophysical analysis with clues in the Book of Mormon itself to provide an eye-opening placement of the Book of Mormon... More > in its geologic setting. The book includes extensive details and a professional academic technical analysis of volcanoes, fault systems, meteorology, and unlike many approaches that cherry pick conveniently to fit preconceived ideas, the author takes on and explains and documents all Book of Mormon references to geology and meteorology. The authors approach is meticulous and scientific. This book is a landmark event in Book of Mormon studies and is a book that must be read by every serious student of the Book of Mormon. The author is dedicating all proceeds from the book to additional scientific geologic and engineering studies to cast further light on the ancient setting of the Book of Mormon.< Less
STATISTICS OF EXTREME VALUES By Rajendra G Gurao
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The phrase biodiversity hotspot was coined by the British biologist Norman Myers in 1988 for a geographic region that exhibits exceptionally high proportion of endemic plants and experiences serious... More > levels of loss in natural habitat. The word biodiversity is a contracted form of the term biological diversity. After a general acceptance of the term hotspot for locations that show exceptional characteristics, It became common to use the term in different domains of investigation. Some of the most common usages are found in the studies of environmental hotspots, hazard hotspots, disease hotspots, accident hotspots, crime hotspots, and so on. The Food and Agricultural Organization stated However it is viewed, the hotspots concept can be used to identify situations that, if left unattended, could prove harmful, both to the environment and to those dependent on it to describe an environmental hotspot. A hazard hotspot is a part of the Earth that is very dangerous.< Less
Un jour de Janvier By Barbara Bastien
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Approche de medecin, regard de photographe, plume d'ecrivain, Barbara Bastien, fille de Port-au-Prince, s'y trouvait lors de ce memorable 12 janvier 2010. Des recits de ses confreres, des... More > gens de la rue rencontrees au hasard de ses peregrinations a travers cette capitale brisee, elle les a assembles pour nous livrer: Un jour de Janvier. Un kaleidoscope de frustrations ameres; de souffrances abyssales aphones ou bruyantes, de fragments d'existences brisees, "Un Jour de Janvier", c'est une larme cueillie sur la joue d'une mere, une symphonie inachevee de Lucifer sur terre.< Less
A Day In January By Barbara Bastien
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On January 12, 2010 the world bears witness to one of the most devastating natural disasters in the western hemisphere, numbers indicate over 300,000 people died. This book brings to you the stories... More > of Dr. Barbara Bastien, combined with that of other colleagues, people from the street randomly encountered their peregrinations through the shattered capital, she has assembled and delivered to us: A day in January. A kaleidoscope of bitter frustration, suffering abysmal voiceless or noisy, fragments of shattered lives, "A Day in January" is a tear gathered on the cheek of a mother, an unfinished symphony of Lucifer on earth< Less

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