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Author : Robert Louis DeMayo
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An obsession with apes leads a man on a quest to get out of his head and immerse himself in nature. But the ape encounters he experiences on five continents, with all their wondrous and terrifying moments, impact him in entirely unexpected ways.Pithecophilia gives readers insight into the early explorations of Africa and Asia, into our discovery of apes, the evolution of our understanding of them, and into conservation efforts to save them. The novel also reveals what is unique about primates, and how, in many ways, they are windows into our own souls.

The Sirens Of Oak Creek

Author : Robert Louis DeMayo
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A hidden, sacred canyon. Eight women. Twelve centuries. And a mystical song that connects it all. This is the layout of Robert DeMayo's new novel, "The Sirens of Oak Creek", a gripping tale that intertwines local myths with historical facts and the author's vibrant imagination. The story is also about the different people who passed through Arizona's magical Oak Creek Canyon over the centuries: Ancient hunter-gatherers, Mayan visitors, Spanish conquistadors, early American settlers and modern-day seekers of bliss. They all will have to face their truth in this remote high-desert canyon. "The Sirens of Oak Creek" is a meditation on the power of immaterial realms, and of nature itself, as perceived through the eyes of these women.

E C G Stueckelberg An Unconventional Figure Of Twentieth Century Physics

Author : Jan Lacki
ISBN : 9783764388782
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Born in 1905, Ernst C. G. Stueckelberg was professor of theoretical physics at the Universities of Geneva and Lausanne in the years 1930-1970. He was one of the most eminent Swiss physicists of the 20th century. His breakthroughs, from his causal S-matrix to the renormalization group, have influenced the development of contemporary theoretical physics. The book presents a selection of his most important scientific papers. They are preceded with a series of introductory essays, contributed by scientists and historians, specialists of Stueckelberg’s achievements and time. These essays deal with the scientific context and the issues of the various topics that Stueckelberg tackled in his scientific career and serve as an enlightening complement to the reprinted papers. The volume also contains Stueckelberg’s concise biography and an exhaustive list of his publications. It ambitions to provide an authoritative source gathering in a single place all the material needed to assess the scientific achievements of one of the most important, albeit somehow overlooked, scientists of 20th century.

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