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Book: Calling Dr. Einstein (The Adventures of Mr. Tompkins) by Igor Gamow
In this wildly entertaining and informative comic book, our hero, Mr. Tompkins meets Albert Einstein and explores such mysteries as gravity and the speed of light. Here's a chance to learn something and have fun while you're at it. "The Adventures of Mr. Tompkins" is based on the popular "Mr. Tompkins" book series by the legendary scientist and author, George Gamow. Gamow' s breadth of knowledge [...]
 
Book: Universe - The Edge of Tomorrow by R. M. Dilleen
Lidda Kandell's best friends at college are not what they seem. They give her a strange toy, called a Magiton, which reads her mind, accelerates her learning, and creates hallucinations for her entertainment. She discovers that it contains a twisted personality of alien origin and is thousands of years old. She gives it a pet name, Widhbo (wee' bow). Lidda soon learns that her friends aren't from [...]
 
Book: A Sudden Gust of Gravity by Laurie Boris
Christina dreamed of becoming a magician like her father, but real life made her fantasy disappear. Now a twenty-five-year-old waitress in Boston, she passes the local magic store and can only imagine what might have been. One day, compelled to step inside, she captures the attention of a charming street performer, who hires her as his assistant. Christina has no desire to make a career out of [...]
 
Book: Starflake aboard the Doomed Ships by Nicola Cuti
The luxury passenger starship, Alpha Centuri, accidentally pulls a ship out of an antimatter universe and the ship, called the Beta Centuri, is linked to the Alpha. The two ships, a gravity ship and an anti-gravity ship, are held to each other in perfect balance, but if either ship waivers even a hair from this unholy alliance then they will touch and annihilate each other. Hundreds of lives are [...]
 
Book: Principia Unitas - Volume I - On the Information in Light by Christina Munns
This book puts forth the proposition that light has three states - information, wave and particle. The book introduces the new field of physics called QID - quantum infodynamics. Explains the reality of the information-wave-particle triplet of light. Introduces the principles on which the Unified Field Theory and Unified Standard Model are based, and is recommended to be read as the introductory [...]
 
Book: Lines of Space - Source of Fundamental forces and constituent of all matter in the Universe by Devinder Kumar Dhiman
'Lines of Space' is a unique and interesting approach to creation of matter from empty space. The Author has presented this notion by primarily discussing the established theories of physics in an interactive dialogue with his son in order to simplify them and then comparing them with the new idea of 'Lines of Space'.The author conjectured that, in the beginning of the Universe, there was dense [...]
 
Book: Above The Earth by Liberty Dendron
A simple, fun, and modern introduction to our solar system. Our solar neighborhood is an exciting place. The Solar System is full of planets, moons, asteroids, comets, minor planets, and many other exciting objects. Learn about the explosive moon that orbits the planets, or explore the gigantic canyons and deserts. What Is The Solar System? The Solar System is made up of all the planets that [...]
 
Book: Free To Grieve - A Mother's Memoir In Black and White by Teleah Scott-Williams
Free To Grieve - A Mother's Memoir In Black and White is a powerful and compelling narrative about a mother whose life begins to quickly unravel when her 16 year old son, a high school football player, is found lifeless in his bed. Her son had died without warning. After a harrowing plunge into the depths of despair and grief, she resurfaces with a greater sense of purpose to help spread [...]
 
Book: Fall Into You by Liz Loughlin
Shea Finnegan always played it safe. Khali Reza made her break all of her own rules. She was a Catholic lawyer and the daughter of a prominent U.S Senator, who grew up cautious and hyper-aware of public appearances. He was a Pakistani Muslim businessman on a one year visa in New York. It was only supposed to be a fling, but when you fall, gravity has a way of taking over. When Khali must return [...]
 
Book: Heat Seekers by James Clayton Rogers
Against the backdrop of an early-summer heat wave, Heat Seekers plays out the brutal logic of tragedy, with emotions following a predictable pattern to an unanticipated conclusion. The Old South has not vanished completely. New sensibilities and an antique code of honor meet in Ash Mason, who cannot reconcile himself to losing his girlfriend to a high school classmate and begins to act out his [...]
 
Book: Embarkment 2577 by Maria Hammarblad
A collection of the first four Embarkment 2577 books: Arrival, Brand New World, High Gravity, and Adam and Eve. Taking a day to decompress and watch the ocean seems like the best idea Alexandra ever had. That is, until a bright dot in the sky turns out to be a crashing spaceship. Before she understands what's happening a man in uniform approaches over the dunes, urging her to run. After surviving [...]
 
Book: Inertia (Impulse) by Amelia C. Gormley
An Object At Rest - Quiet, down-to-earth Detroit handyman Derrick Chance has had enough loss for a lifetime and he has no intention of ever risking his heart again. Living alone in the old house his grandparents left him, with only his dog and a few close friends for companionship, he has written off the possibility of romance or even sex. He refuses to consider himself lonely, or wonder what he [...]
 
Book: CORRIDORS part BEFORE by Valerii Titov
Legend of the Fog. GENESIS. There was a border world. This was a time when people served personnel at space stations. Remember there was no gravity and people needed an extra pair of hands and a tail to remain upright. Many of the bodies of these people were quite damaged through radiation too. Over the years, a meteorite of large diameter was formed, probably through explosions over the years. [...]
 
Book: The Universe Revisited by John Dalessio
John Alessi built the space ship Seeker. John's son, Eric a professor at M.I.T. invented a revolutionary engine that would allow the Seeker to travel through space at the speed of light. The magnetronic drive harnessed magnetism and the gravity of planets as propulsion for his ship. John was able to travel to the far reaches of the Universe in mere days instead of years or a lifetime. On his [...]
 
Book: Professor Kompressor by Nils Andersson
Professor Kompressor is an inventor. He is excellent at inventing, but the inventions are not always excellent. The first book in the series about Professor Kompressor, an ever-so-slightly misguided inventor, contains 12 entertaining episodes from the Professor's inventing career. When the Professor sets out to improve the world, unexpected things happen. Making your mechanical helper too clever [...]
 
Book: Space marines battles series - Corridors part BEFORE (1), STRONGHOLDS (2) BOX SET - The GENDER GAME by Valerii Titov
This is the beginning of a fascinating Sci-Fi story about "THE LOST ARTEFACT" and "THE LOST STARSHIP". CORRIDORS(1) introduce you to the main characters of this series. STRONGHOLD(2) is a continuation of CORRIDORS(1). You will find answers to some of these questions in this part and the continuation will be... Intrigue, danger and mystery at every corner. Let's go ! PREQUEL. GENESIS. NEMESIS. [...]
 
Book: Towards a SuperSymmetric Quark Theory of the Elementary Particles by Collin Carbno
For a long time it has been realized that if there was a supersymmetry between the known particles it would have theoretical advantages in quantum theories. But where are the SUSY (Supersymmetrical partners) of existing particles, and why haven't we found them? Are they all for some reason much more massive than ordinary particles? What if the supersymmetry existed not at the particle level but [...]
 
Book: 17 Characteristics of Consciousness - Everything in the Universe is Connected (Scientific Way of Life) by Megha Sonawane-Alcobia
Consciousness and Quantum Mechanics Like atoms and subatomic particles, consciousness is a separate existence. Most people including renowned philosophers and scientist confuse consciousness with awareness. Awareness is our body's ability to understand the internal and external world. Inputs from our five senses are realized in our awareness. Whatever is realized in our awareness, is called [...]
 


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