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Book: Evidence of Life After Death - A Casebook for the Tough-Minded by Arthur S. Berger
This unique collection of 30 cases, both classic and current, illustrates the mental, mediumistic and physical phenomena associated with proof of life after death. These cases provide examples of a variety of phenomena - from dreams, apparitions, out-of-body experiences, and mental mediumship to levitating tables and floating trumpets. Following each case are arguments and counterarguments which [...]
 
Book: Research Sub-Contractor - Models For The Decline Of The National Research and Innovation System by Dr. Mohammed Ahmad Alshamsi
Due to the petroleum economic revolution in Arabian Gulf Countries in the last 50 years, this region has a unique and peculiar management structure for their national research and innovation system. This book adds a value as a contribution to analyze and discover a unique national R&D system from within, which is unlike any other national system in the West or the East. The book also propose [...]
 
Book: Internet Research For Fiction Writers by April Taylor
One of the most frustrating of problems for a novelist is how to find information on the Internet and how to evaluate it. This short guide by April Taylor, a chartered information professional, is intended to solve the problems encountered on the net by novelists. It includes sections on where to search, how to search, evaluating information found, staying safe and within copyright, pictures, [...]
 
Book: Online Research Made Easy by James Musgrave
As a college composition teacher for over fifteen years now, I have taken time to make the teaching of online research the most painless, comfortable and usable experience possible. However, since people need a tool that they can use for their own purposes, not just to research a paper for a college grade, I wanted extend my techniques to the masses.
 
Book: Zodiac Guide to Successful Relationships and Careers - How research-based Western and Chinese astrology can help you make the big decisions in life by Y ...
This fascinating book is an astrology guide - but it is not about foretelling your future. Much more practically, it is about understanding your own astrological strengths and weaknesses - those your stars have given you - so that you can make wise, long-term decisions about the career, the friends and the partners you were born for. It covers more than 800 professions and gives details of the [...]
 
Book: Spiritual and Scientific Research on Arabic Letters and Numbers by Mohamed Fouad
This book is based on scientific and spiritual research on Arabic letters and numbers with reference to verses of the Holy Quran (The Sacred Book); it is not religious propaganda. Different kinds of lore came forward with Arabic letters and their numerical values, like DNA, the origin of the creation, the elements of nature, in fertilization, honey, and so on. In my research, I have tried to [...]
 
Book: A Dose of Danger by Kim McMahill
When researcher Grace Talbot and her team discover a possible solution for weight loss they become targets of a group dedicated to controlling the multi-billion dollar a year diet-product industry. Her unsanctioned testing methods bring tragedy to the family ranch and the attention of the local sheriff's deputy. With her colleagues either dead, missing, or on the run she soon realizes she must [...]
 
Book: Mugamore by Dr. Jonathan T. Jefferson
This book was developed to compare the real life educational experiences of an average child during the last generation in which the United States led the world in education to a real child's experiences today (when the United States is no longer in the top 20). The practice of labeling students with a disability has reached the status of a dangerous standard practice. Increasing demands for [...]
 
Book: Red High Heels by Adam Mann
This is not a humorous book, but a joke started a whole train of events: A research scientist books into a hotel before attending a conference on stem cell research, and whilst at the conference the hotel accidently allow a young lady with a very similar name to move into his room. They find themselves facing one another wearing only bath towels wrapped around them! When they decide to have [...]
 
eBook: Mythical by William Petersen
AN URBAN FANTASY SHORT - -Marcus is venturing out of his permanent shelter to check the day's traps and possibly hunt seals on the ice, when he discovers a nearly dead, young female whale researcher out on the ice alone and unconscious. After bringing her back from the frozen brink, she reveals some disturbing details of an armed takeover of her research facility, sounding like the earmarks of a [...]
 
Book: Where's Merrill? a genealogical thriller by Gearoid O'Neary
"Where's Merrill?" is a uniquely crafted mystery thriller based upon real life historical events. In fact, it is two inter-related stories in one novel set in different time-frames, namely the past and the present. An Irish genealogist called Jed is commissioned by Tim, an American client, who needs to understand more about his mysterious maternal ancestry. Fate had dictated that Tim never got [...]
 
Book: The AL-EX Project (ALternative EXistence) by C.M. Donaldson
With more fiction than science and more humour than was intended enjoy this amusing and whimsical tale about the exploration into dreams. One man, Alex, an ordinary clinical scientist's assistant embarks on a most unusual journey, one that takes him into a different realm - his subconscious while he sleeps. Alex puts his name to an experiment dubbed The AL-EX Project (ALternative EXistence) based [...]
 
Book: The Cadence of Gypsies by Barbara Casey
On her 18th birthday Carolina Lovel learned that she was adopted and was given a letter written by her birth mother in an unknown language. After years of research she travels to Italy on a mission to find the truth about her past. Carolina is accompanied by three extremely gifted but mischievous students the FIGs from Wood Rose Orphanage and Academy for Young Women. In an effort to help their [...]
 
Book: Mathison by Leela Dutt
This story is told to a baby girl born at the beginning of the 21st century, and traces her ancestors for a hundred years. One of her great-grandfathers grew up in Kolkata in an ancient family home, another was a Jew who fled Nazi Germany. The narrator is a computer program which is being created in an artificial intelligence research unit at Cardiff University, where the baby's mother works in [...]
 
Book: What Nobody Knew - A Reincarnation Mystery by Arthur S. Berger
Erik Zukor is a soldier killed in World War II. Sarah, his grief-stricken wife, learns of a child who claims that he has memories of a previous life as Erik and that he is her husband reborn! After skeptics dismiss the claim, Sarah turns to John Aldrich, the world's most famous authority on reincarnation, to confirm the validity of the child's story. Although dying, he agrees and, racing against [...]
 
Book: The Mind of Stefan Dürr: The SHIVA Syndrome Trilogy (Volume 1) by Alan Joshua
The saga of Beau Walker. More than a scientist, more than the offspring of a Mohawk--African American interracial marriage--and far more than human, Walker unknowingly holds the key to human evolution...and its obliteration. Walker, is a disgraced researcher, snatched by the government and coerced to join a U.S./Russian multidisciplinary scientific team, searching for the cause of a Russian [...]
 
Book: How to find your dream job - Including some unorthodox methods by David Jeff Johnson
This book can help you find not just a job, but THE job, the right job, the one that will let you face your workweek with excitement instead of dread. Author David Johnson says, "I felt dread about going to work for far too long, and I want to help other people avoid or escape that feeling. After college, I fell into work that was available for people with my degree, but I quickly knew it was the [...]
 
Book: Paranormal Pandemic by Katie Mullaly, J. Patrick Ohlde
From "reality" television to big-ticket group ghost hunting events, this no-nonsense guide provides you with the knowledge you'll need to cut through the bullshit that is creeping into even the darkest corners of small-town America. Authors Katie Mullaly and J. Patrick Ohlde give you the straight talk on all of the attention-hungry para-celebrities, frauds, fakes, and other paranormal predators [...]
 
Book: Marijuana - A Blessing or a Curse?
Marijuana is SVG's biggest cash crop, although it is illegal, could Marijuana be the answer to the economic misery facing St Vincent and the Grenadines? Is Marijuana to be decriminalized, is it practical and feasible? Does the prohibition laws in St Vincent and the Grenadines? Would the removal of criminal prohibitions on Marijuana increase the use of the herb in the state. Would St Vincent and [...]
 
Book: The Book of Noah - 3 - 21 by G. Eric Francis
"What an inspirational story of a family with so many strikes against them." "This book made me laugh through their crazy life issues and cry through their serious life struggles." "(This was) was a difficult read at times. When you become emotionally invested in people and their struggles their pain can feel like your pain and their triumphs can feel like your triumphs. The author of this book [...]
 
Book: SERUM - A disease-free world comes at a deadly cost by Dennis Ogden
In 1999, during East Timor's violent struggle for independence, Australian marine biologist Professor Marcus Glasson watched helplessly as a brutal militia leader abducted eight-year-old Noi de Jesus. It takes eighteen years for him to fulfil his promise to rescue her. What he discovers could help him achieve his dream. A rare sea worm, found in the volcanic vents under the Banda Sea, is the [...]
 
Book: The SHIVA Syndrome Trilogy (The Mind of Stefan Dürr, The Cosmic Ape, The Interdimensional Nexus) by Alan Joshua
Beau Walker is more than a psychological researcher, more than the son of an Mohawk African-American marriage, and far more than an ordinary human. In the complex recesses of this mind, he holds the key to human evolution--and its obliteration. A disgraced researcher, Walker is snatched by the government and forced to join a U.S./Russian scientific team investigating a massive Russian disaster [...]
 
Book: Bioethics Basics - A Jargon-Free Guide for Beginners by Doug Erlandson
Cutting Edge Issues in Bioethics Straightforward Talk about Controversial Issues In Bioethics Basics: A Jargon-Free Guide for Beginners, Dr. Doug Erlandson provides an easy-to-understand introduction to the rapidly developing discipline of bioethics. Drawing on his years of teaching and research in bioethics, Erlandson takes readers step by step through the major issues in bioethics, as he [...]
 
Book: Cutting Through The Academic Crap - An Informal Guide to Writing Your Dissertation by April Taylor
A short, no-nonsense, practical and informal guide for students dealing with the nitty-gritty of writing and presenting your dissertation for college or university. Explains terminology used by your tutors, the format and appearance of your finished dissertation, how to manipulate software and the likely problems the software will throw at you. There is also advice on how to manage your project [...]
 
Book: Unshaken Wonder - Becoming Playful Elders Together by Lori Kane
I feared that I'd never get there. To Unapologetic Playfulness Land. Lori's own Promised Land. Maya Angelou got there. Gandhi got there. The Dalai Lama, Desmond Tutu, and even writer Anne Lamott got there. My friends Bernie DeKoven, Bayo Akomolafe, and Natalie Kinsey the tree-haired wonder got there. Even Mom got there, thanks in large part to her Alzheimer's disease. But could I get there? Could [...]
 
Book: Alternative Lives - To Sleep, Perchance to Dream ... Another Life by Allen Pollens
Life changing events threatening to change everything for everyone, surface in extended sleep study. Subjects installed in specially designed sleep stasis chambers exhibit the astonishing and potentially dangerous effects. Ph.D Psychologist at Philadelphia's Jess Hawkins, University, Dr. Harold Treadwell, labored five years to create the unique stasis chambers. The original objective was to find [...]
 
Book: Soldiers Don't Cry, The Locket Saga Continues by Cygnet Brown
The Locket Saga began with When God Turned His Head where long ago, Kanter Thorton gave Drusilla a locket to symbolize his love for her, now, The Locket Saga continues when their daughter Elizabeth wears the locket. Despite Elizabeth's patriotic loyalties, she falls in love with a British officer. As young children, Elizabeth Thorton and Philip Randolph met in the frontier of Western Pennsylvania [...]
 
Book: When Love Won't Wait - His quirkiest romantic novel yet by Roger E. Bruner
Thirty-two-year-old Dan Updike loves doing biblical research and writing brilliant sermons. Preaching them is something else; he's a terrible public speaker. Although Dan believes God has never wanted him in the ministry, his overbearing mother makes change seem impossible. Dan is uncontrollably impetuous. When a video of his impulsiveness at its worst goes viral on the Internet, it attracts the [...]
 
Book: Justine's Auction by Patrizia Murray
Breast Cancer Awareness. Ryan helps his cancer-stricken sister Leah to conquer her disease, but he can't commit to Justine, because he fears for his sanity and their children if she or they get the disease. Figuring Justine and he have better chances with others who have no cancer history, he forgets the power of love to overcome history and fear.
 
Book: Teaching College - The Ultimate Guide to Lecturing, Presenting, and Engaging Students by Norman Eng, Ed.D.
Your students aren't reading. They aren't engaged in class. Getting them to talk is like pulling teeth. Whatever the situation, your reality is not meeting your expectations. Change is needed. But who's got the time? Or maybe you're just starting out, and you want to get it right the first time. If so, Teaching College: The Ultimate Guide to Lecturing, Presenting, and Engaging Students is the [...]
 
Book: TALES OF THREE STORIES - BETTER BE FUNNY by Eugene Williams
Three of my favorite stories all in one place. Enjoy the award winning short story The Lunatic of Trenton, the never-ending tales from an old man in lunatic asylum who in his mind was responsible for the Russian Revolution, and starting World War One, all in the name of changing the world for the better. From there we join Samuel Clemens reading a newspaper article to a young boy sharing a log [...]
 
Book: Hunting Practices of the Wachiperi - Demystifying Indigenous Environmental Behavior by Rodolfo Tello
What makes indigenous peoples conserve or degrade biodiversity? This book addresses this question in a comprehensive yet accessible manner. In a context where indigenous ways of life can be significantly influenced by policies and practices guided by preconceived notions based on flawed assumptions, this book fills a critical gap in current knowledge about the changing environmental behavior of [...]
 


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