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Essays From The Edge Of Science

Author : Kenneth W. Behrendt
ISBN : 9781504907576
Genre : Science
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Essays from the Edge of Science is author and researcher Kenneth W. Behrendt’s latest contribution to the literature of the New Age. It is an exciting and insightful analysis of various topics that takes the reader from the depths of our planet’s oceans to the farthest reaches of cosmic space and time while outlining what will most likely be accepted science by the end of this century. You’ll learn about the astonishing telepathic powers of the so-called lower animals. An entire chapter is devoted to the living subterrestrial creatures that inhabit the Earth’s crust and whose highly evolved paranormal powers are responsible for many of the events taking place in haunted houses. The soon coming elimination of fossil fuels and their replacement by free energy devices that use the power of permanent magnets is discussed. Even the nature of time as well as a means to “travel” through it is explored as the reader is taken on an imaginary ride aboard what could be the first truly functional time machine. In a highly controversial chapter, the author finally gives the real reason that our planet’s major governments dare not reveal what they know about the UFO phenomenon! All this, however, is only a small sample of what awaits one in this incredible work. This book is sure to fascinate the general reader who has always suspected that what we have been taught is real is, in fact, only a very small portion of a much larger and stranger reality. Now that rarely seen hidden reality is exposed so that it can finally be a subject for serious scientific inquiry.

Mass Destruction

Author : Timothy J. LeCain
ISBN : 081354856X
Genre : History
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The place: The steep mountains outside Salt Lake City. The time: The first decade of the twentieth century. The man: Daniel Jackling, a young metallurgical engineer. The goal: A bold new technology that could provide billions of pounds of cheap copper for a rapidly electrifying America. The result: Bingham's enormous "Glory Hole," the first large-scale open-pit copper mine, an enormous chasm in the earth and one of the largest humanmade artifacts on the planet. Mass Destruction is the compelling story of Jackling and the development of open-pit hard rock mining, its role in the wiring of an electrified America, as well its devastating environmental consequences. Mass destruction mining soon spread around the nation and the globe, providing raw materials essential to the mass production and mass consumption that increasingly defined the emerging "American way of life." At the dawn of the last century, Jackling's open pit replaced immense but constricted underground mines that probed nearly a mile beneath the earth, to become the ultimate symbol of the modern faith that science and technology could overcome all natural limits. A new culture of mass destruction emerged that promised nearly infinite supplies not only of copper, but also of coal, timber, fish, and other natural resources. But, what were the consequences? Timothy J. LeCain deftly analyzes how open-pit mining continues to affect the environment in its ongoing devastation of nature and commodification of the physical world. The nation's largest toxic Superfund site would be one effect, as well as other types of environmental dead zones around the globe. Yet today, as the world's population races toward American levels of resource consumption, truly viable alternatives to the technology of mass destruction have not yet emerged.

The Physics Of The Paranormal

Author : Kenneth W. Behrendt
ISBN : 9781403325501
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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The Physics of the Paranormal is one of the few books in existence that actually explores, in depth, the physical mechanisms that may be in operation when various paranormal events occur. In order to provide these revolutionary insights, the author applied several concepts derived from his lifelong research into UFO propulsion and secondary effects. The application of these new physical principles to the paranormal reveals a fascinating unity in the mechanism in operation behind such apparently diverse phenomena as mental photography, psychokinesis, the Geller effects, bodily transfigurations, and miracle cures. Based on some of the author’s own experiences with telepathy, the book also explores this phenomenon, as well as its role in the process of reincarnation. This book is not a compendium of case histories. It focuses on selected cases and seeks to provide the serious student of the subject with a conceptual framework that will guide future paranormal research well into the twenty-first century.

Hastings International And Comparative Law Review

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ISBN : UCAL:B5114822
Genre : Comparative law
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Handbook Of The Fern Allies

Author : John Gilbert Baker
ISBN : IOWA:31858016315453
Genre : Ferns
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Biology Of Arthropoda

Author : D.R. Khanna
ISBN : 817141897X
Genre : Arthropoda
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Contents: Feeding and Digestion, Exchange of Gases, Circulation in Arthropods, Blood Vascular System in Crustaceans, Osmoregulation, Haemocoel in Arthropods, Receptors, Larval Forms in Crustacea, Role of Hormones in Metamorphosis, Ecdysis, Diapause, Segmentation in Arthropods.

Aas Science And Technology Series A Supplement To Advances In The Astronautical Sciences

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ISBN : UCAL:B3533035
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