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And Winter Came Cynthia Tosh
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A story about a robot running into a grieving child who lost their dog. The boy shares some cherished memories and how some don’t understand why he’s being sad and doing certain things. The robot expresses an empathetic understanding, but also admiration about how the child can experience seasons and live. He describes the beauty and honesty in the changing seasons and if nothing else feels understandable or can stay counted on the seasons changing can. He tells a story of what happened to him and how winter came and it snowed and all was right and true again. A story about seasons, the earth’s rotation, love, life, and the grief process. How the best things in life are free and the most ...
Angkor Ecology / Sustainable Khmer: A Brief Natural History of the Khmer Capital R. Terry Schnadelbach,FAAR
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Preface Angkor was the ancient capitol city of the great Khmer civilization from the IXth to XVIth Century. It covered over 200 square kilometers on alluvial fans of the Kulen Plateau and the alluvial plains bordering the great lake, Tongle Sap. On these lands, the Khmers tested seven different sites in succession before intensively developing Angkor. Here, over 200 major monuments in brick, laterite and sandstone testify to the art, religion and cultural achievements of the Khmer Civilization. The sustainabity of Angkor will be described and evaluated against five basic tenets of Ecology: All things are related Organisms will seek and inhabit environments which will sustain life a ...
ANTIGENIUS Dr. P. H. Davis
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Arizona Selfies Maurice Deats
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A collection of candid shots of the Copper State wherein Arizona is allowed to express herself in her own way and on her own terms. If Arizona had a social media account, this would be it.
Atomic Voltage and Mass Weight Are Two Alternative Methods of Interconnecting Universal Gravity: The Interconnectivity of Micro-Subatomic Electromagnetism to Universal Gravity Daniel R. Gowen, MBA
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Universal Energy transfers via the path of least resistance without care, biological intelligence controls energy resources, and peace is the natural balance equilibrium point between supply and demand, so be universally kind with an ethical sustainability Love-Lighton. The Principles of Universal Energy helps solve unknown phenomena, and the natural equilibrium flow of energy through atomic structures can be applied to societal structures for a natural equilibrium in the balance of powers, and resources, where those who radiate more intelligence and labor, gravitate more resources, where the smallest atomic structure still requires basic resources to exist, and all together, universally ...
Awakening Stoney Lingo
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Physicist Kyle Forrester has a dilemma; risk his life to follow his moral compass and reveal a breakthrough solar technology or go along with international energy cartels, crooked politicians and oddly, his own boss, who are determined to bury it. When his fiancée, Sylvia Cervenka is kidnapped and he finds a bomb planted in his car, the choice is made for him. Sylvia has secrets she is keeping from Kyle. Emerging from the ruins of the fallen Soviet empire, she and her family turned to nefarious organizations for survival amid a shambled economy. Also a physicist, she was indirectly involved in the murder of Kyle’s predecessor and was ordered to find a replacement. That replacemen ...
Babaru of The South Seas an ethnographic novel by john olin
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Mentored by anthropologist George Beal, sixteen-year old redhead Davy Match of Baltimore goes to the South Pacific in search of the endangered leatherback sea turtle and the Mota people who protect it. He joins a local boy, Abraham Iringikeri. They canoe their dugout over clear lagoons, walk through noisy rainforest, and ride the tail of a typhoon past a taboo headland. Their journey brings them face to face with a forest girl, a wild man, a sorcerer, and giant turtles and crocodiles. Joining the boys are Niki Motari from the village of Shell Money Reef and many other children and youths who make a courageous effort to protect Mother Babaru and restore the clan which carries her name. Th ...
Backyard Pretty Thoughts Pamela Loperena
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Backyard Pretty Thoughts explores the hidden forested feelings behind the shadows of the efflorescent human mind. You'll delve into an introspective view—an abstract world filled with luscious emotion—where nature's subtle and sudden sides embody the modern haiku. Through these pages, Pamela's words shed sunlight on life, love, twisted, fantastical moments, immersing readers out of reality's fences—beyond backyard unknown. This collection will breathe a cloud of fresh air to your lungs.
Best Fastest Growing Vegetables & Fruit For Home Garden English Edition Jannah Firdaus Mediapro
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Would you like to grow a vegetable and fruit garden but feel like it just takes way too long? Well, the amazing thing is, it doesn’t have to. Instead, you can plant some faster-growing veggies and fruit plus have some great fresh green food options to choose from. These vegetables and fruit can produce a harvest in as little as four weeks, and they give your family and friend fresh greens to eat as you wait for the abundant harvest at the end of the growing season.

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