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The Golden Book of Chemistry Robert Brent
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The Golden Book of Chemistry Experiments is a chemistry book published in the 1960s that was intended to explain how one could set up a home chemistry lab and conduct simple experiments. For the aspiring chemist who can adhere to safety precautions, this remains one of the best do-it-yourself chemistry books around. It’s an excellent chemistry reference and knowledge resource to add to your personal library.
The Impractical Cogitator Trumpet et Al.
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Scientists in the Year 2111 receive a mysterious document from a Machine of the Year 2511 which seems to pertain to a rather peculiar Collegiate Organization of the Year 2011 that may have unwittingly perturbed a Machine of the Year 2511. "The Anthropologist, it should be noted, is falling deeper and deeper into an area where it should not be. It has slipped past the guard..." Wilted Vine. Volume 1. Wherein the potentiograms of a nonceman are discussed in some detail, with implications for future research.
The Modern Plant Parent Weslie Etienne Pierre
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Do you feel like no matter how much love and attention you give to your plants you can't seem to keep them happy? Well, there is such a thing as giving a plant too much attention you know. We all do our best but sometimes our plant care can fall short. The Modern Plant Parent walks you through all parts of plant care and will help you tweak your routine to keep your plants thriving!
The Paradox of the Primary-Secondary Quality Distinction and Husserl’s Genealogy of the Mathematization of Nature Christoph Durt
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Since the time of Galileo, philosophers widely agree on a distinction that has been known since Locke as the distinction between “primary” and “secondary” qualities. In spite of claiming that experiences or ideas of secondary qualities must be produced by configurations and movements of particles constituted of primary qualities, philosophers such as Descartes and Locke also claim that the connection between primary qualities and ideas of secondary qualities is inconceivable. The combination of the two claims I call the “paradox of the primary-secondary quality distinction.” The philosophical disputes around the distinction usually ignore the paradox, and instead circle around different ...
The Potential of RNA-based Therapeutics Stephen Dansereau
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The Rocky Chronicles David Campos
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The Science and Religion of What We Call God R. Steve McVey
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Many Scientists cannot accept the existence of God nor the human soul. Many religious folks cannot accept the science of the universe. This book attempts to reconcile the two. The book is "religious" but is not from within any known organized religion. Part I is Science, Part III is Religion and Part II is their connector. The book is an integrated, speculative proposition requiring parts I and II to form the assertions to be made in Part III. The book does not intend to proselytize, only to stimulate thought about its assertions and their logical implications. Conclusions, of course, are entrusted to the individual reader.
The Secret Calendar, Volume 1 A.A.K. Kushner
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Got Time? From the earliest beginnings of time, civilization has come to know the Moon as ruling the seasons and the month, while the Sun rules the year and the day. Has our knowledge of Sun, Moon and Earth been censored? Has the cover-up of the 19 year cycle of the Sun in conjunction with our Moon and Earth blurred our internal rhythms, causing us to live in hurry, worry and fear, like rodents on a treadmill of work, eat, and sleep? Kushner challenges the science based on astronomy with The Secret Calendar, using the Bible as the main source of information; giving us a better understanding of the cycle of time in this mind-blowing book, The Secret Calendar. Contai ...
The Solid Vault Between Heaven and Earth: An Archival of Henriet Paul Raines
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This a Compilation of Gabrielle Henriet's books which contains Heaven and Earth, and The Solid Vault of Heaven, as well a an Article about Henriet called Written in the stars.
The Spirit Of Good And Right Ben Ammi
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