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How To Code A Human

Author : Kat Arney
ISBN : 023300517X
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What is a genetic superhero and could you be one? Is all your DNA important or is a load of it just junk? Can genetics inform your love life, your mental health and your ability to grow a tail? How to Code a Human takes you on a mind-bending journey through the world of the double helix, examining how our DNA encodes our genes and makes us unique. Covering all aspects of modern genetics from the evolution of our species to inherited diseases, "junk" DNA, genetic engineering and the intricacies of the molecular processes inside our cells, this is a beautiful, visual guide to the code of life.

Code Human

Author : N J Paige
ISBN : 9780615869582
Genre : Fiction
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Seventeen-year-old Fenesia Thornbark has it all--love, modest wealth, a family. She'd never imagined that she could lose it all in just minutes. However, that is exactly what happens. She loses her home, her friends, both her parents, all at the hands of her own people. Follow her journey of love, loss, acceptance, and survival.

Mapping The Code

Author : Joel Davis
ISBN : UOM:39015019580003
Genre : Science
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A behind-the-scenes look at the moral and ethical issues surrounding the scientific project of constructing a map of the human genetic code

The Human Code

Author : Brian Herr
ISBN : 055713756X
Genre : Self-Help
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What does it mean to be alive? What is the human race all about, and how do YOU fit into it? If you've ever asked yourself these deep, foundational questions, then you MUST read this book. Loaded with valuable truths, The Human Code is a delicious mix of personal stories, spiritual insights, and practical, every day common sense. Written by one of the newly emerging leaders on the topics of spirituality, religion, and social justice, this book takes a brutally honest look at how these aspects affect our lives. It examines what it means to be alive in every way - spiritually, socially, financially, physically, etc. In short, The Human Code poses the question: if we are spiritual beings having a temporary human experience - if we are indeed spirit wrapped in flesh - then what are the network of elements, principles, and beliefs that bind us together and make us tick?

The Law Of God

Author : Daniel Marques
ISBN : 9781499224542
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Throughout the book several principles of existence, which allow understanding how it processes, are presented. Through the various chapters is possible to understand the cycles of life, how it transforms and what the influence of karma is. It is considered as the core element of this work the fact of contributing to the learning of the divine rules and understanding of how they interact constantly in our reality. Therefore, is enunciated a broad set of rules and how they influence the transformation of reality, in a cycle of which we are co-creators. Among others, the topics covered are the positive and negative energy, the change of reality and consciousness, as well as the repetition of the experiences and permanence of emotions in time. Altogether, the various chapters intend to direct to the knowledge of the path of the spirit, its challenges and the way this is all processed in a single plane, as it is our life. It is expected that with the recognition of the values and laws set forth herein, rather than their apprehension, the reader may be able to live a life with greater control and responsibility and thus increase the proportion and magnitude of his happiness, by putting himself in the right way of life, the one which, according to this work, directs towards the creation of the universe and the supreme and universal purpose, also recognized in our material universe as God.

The Human Genome Project

Author : Thomas F. Lee
ISBN : 9781489960221
Genre : Medical
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Code

Author : Charles Petzold
ISBN : 9780735638723
Genre : Computers
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What do flashlights, the British invasion, black cats, and seesaws have to do with computers? In CODE, they show us the ingenious ways we manipulate language and invent new means of communicating with each other. And through CODE, we see how this ingenuity and our very human compulsion to communicate have driven the technological innovations of the past two centuries. Using everyday objects and familiar language systems such as Braille and Morse code, author Charles Petzold weaves an illuminating narrative for anyone who’s ever wondered about the secret inner life of computers and other smart machines. It’s a cleverly illustrated and eminently comprehensible story—and along the way, you’ll discover you’ve gained a real context for understanding today’s world of PCs, digital media, and the Internet. No matter what your level of technical savvy, CODE will charm you—and perhaps even awaken the technophile within.

The Bro Code Of Saudi Culture

Author : Abdul Al Lily
ISBN : 9781532830136
Genre : Travel
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Every culture is governed by an internal code of conduct, and this publication offers the first written code of Saudi culture. The Saudi way of being has long been an oral tradition passed merely verbally from one generation to the next, despite its power to regulate every aspect of public and private lives. Most Saudi norms and values have long been unwritten and only orally communicated among Saudis. As a result, visitors to Saudi Arabia have been unable to read about Saudi norms and values. For this reason, this book spells out these norms and values in bold print, recording the Saudi code of conduct and displaying it in a published format. It displays 1234 bite-sized (often previously unrecorded) explanations of how the human body acts in Saudi Arabia. It describes ‘the Saudi’ from head to toe: the face, cheek, hair, eyes, skin, brain, mouth, ears, nose, stomach, waist, heart, genitals and extremities. It is the product of close observations of everyday activities and around 2,159 interviews with nationals and residents, over the past six years. This is the first Saudi study to be based on such a generous number of interviews. This book is the first to talk about Saudi culture in a purely descriptive (and thus non-judgemental and unbiased) manner. It is a ‘snapshot’ of Saudi culture. It is the first to present Saudi values and norms in the form of a bullet-pointed list and in bite-sized explanations. Most of these explanations can be read independently of the other explanations. The way the content is focussed on bite-sized statements is intended to put across clearly and simply the information. The book is the first to be written by a male Saudi who was born and raised in Saudi Arabia, who is still based in this country, who is a former officially-recognised ‘imam’ (i.e. a worship leader) and who comes from a working-class family-yet he is a backpacker, has been with non-Saudis, non-Arabs and non-Muslims from different ethnicities, has studied in Oxford, has published with the largest international academic publishers, has written in different languages and hence has the ability to communicate with international readers and convey information to foreign mentalities. Publications about Saudi culture tend to be too serious. This book is, however, meant not to be taken too seriously. It is, rather, intended to be entertaining and humorous (and, surely, informative). It tries to avoid the use of the words ‘religion’ and ‘politics’ because of two main reasons. First, these two words are sensitive and, more importantly, serious. Second, the book is purely cultural and written entirely for the sake of cultural exchange (not for religious or political matters). This book is unbiased, exposing both negative and positive practices in Saudi society. Many Saudi readers of the book have criticised the author for not trying to invite (through the book) non-Muslim readers to Islam. Yet, this book is written purely for the sake of international communication (not for religious reasons), with neither religious nor political agendas. The book covers only what is normal (i.e. norms and long-established practices) in Saudi Arabia–––it does not cover those emerging and changing liberal practices and outliers. Abnormal practices lie beyond the scope of the book. This book is associated mainly with the eastern and middle areas of Saudi Arabia. Besides, the Bro Code varies from one region to another; so its explanations do not apply to every single region in Saudi Arabia, but they do definitely constitute the norm in, at least, one region. This book is not intended to describe Saudi culture in comparison with other traditions, but rather to describe Saudi culture on its own.

The Nazi Doctors And The Nuremberg Code

Author : George J. Annas
ISBN : 0195101065
Genre : Medical
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This important new work surveys the source and ramifications of the famed Nuremburg Code -- recognized around the world as one of the cornerstones of modern bioethics.

The Code Of Codes

Author : Daniel J. Kevles
ISBN : 0674136462
Genre : Medical
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Examines the Human Genome Project and its impact on the understanding of human development, and explores the scientific, social, and ethical issues it raises

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