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In Anticipation Of Subterrestrial Delimitation

Author : Dennis S. Avery
ISBN : OCLC:51979831
Genre : Boundaries
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Subterranean Black

Author : Jon Ball
ISBN : 1516969782
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A three-mile wide spinning, twisting, spitting rock, mined for precious minerals, is mistakenly deflected from deep space and heading for Earth; it is dark, omnipotent and virtually unstoppable. A handful of experts suspect it's missing Earth by some distance; their evidence is suppressed, but its presence is leaked on-line by PeoplePWR, an underground global group dedicated to free speech and whistleblowing. A world in panic, a world preparing to die, Earth's global societies are breaking down, masses are committing suicide or being murdered in cold blood. A tough, desperate crew of the last chance spacecraft, trying to deflect the rock, have unwittingly uncovered part of a secret which could unravel the real truth behind the global emergency. A scientist, tenuously linked to the emergency, searches tirelessly for his lost love, who has been missing for ten long, cold years. A group of young anarchists are determined to bring the remains of the world to its bloodied and broken knees. A government sponsored assassin ruthlessly attempts to clean up the mess. The future looks dire for most. But there is still hope for some. In Britain, 30 underground sites make preparations to receive the tens of thousands of people chosen to build the new Utopian world. The largest, in the heart of a bleak and desolate Brecon Beacons, summons not only the elite of British society, but also ordinary men and women of all ages, colours and creeds. All they have to do, is to get there safely. These are the final two days of life on Earth and the travels of nine desperate individuals are intertwined in the ultimate race against time; a race through a world full of lawless destruction, death and depravity. A race which will test their survival skills and their stamina, of their cunning and guile, and of their physical and mental toughness. A race that ultimately ends with the death of all living things left above the surface. With a mass of unanswered questions about the emergency's validity ringing in their heads, and with a brutal, political power-play already taking place at the site, will it all be worth it? What truly awaits them behind the huge foreboding blast doors of Subterranean Black?

Mountains Valleys And Subterrestrial Forces

Author : John D. Merrifield
ISBN : 0805914498
Genre : Geophysics
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Handbook Of The Fern Allies

Author : John Gilbert Baker
ISBN : IOWA:31858016315453
Genre : Horsetails
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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.

Journal Of Botany British And Foreign

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ISBN : HARVARD:32044106375009
Genre : Botany
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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.

Special Report

Author : Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory
ISBN : UCSD:31822020194874
Genre : Artificial satellites
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Hastings International And Comparative Law Review

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ISBN : UCAL:B5114822
Genre : Comparative law
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Alien Vs Alien

Author : Gini Koch
ISBN : 9781101597392
Genre : Fiction
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Sci-fi action meets steamy paranormal romance in Gini Koch’s Alien novels, as Katherine “Kitty” Katt faces off against aliens, conspiracies, and deadly secrets. • “Futuristic high-jinks and gripping adventure.” —RT Reviews Jeff and Kitty Katt-Martini and the rest of the American Centaurion Diplomatic Corps are still recovering from their introduction to Washington D.C. politics, parties, and conspiracies. New worries in the form of evil androids running amok, birds of all kinds and from all places creating havoc, a Senator trapped in an ever-tightening web of intrigue, and escalating international tensions all seem tough but manageable. But the disappearance of Jeff Martini and Charles Reynolds during the International One World Festival signals more than the usual nastiness—and it looks like even ACE can’t help them. Then more trouble arrives, and even with the best hackers in the world, the full might of Earth’s military, and the Wonder Twins on their side, Centaurion Division’s outmanned . Now Kitty’s racing against the clock to find not only Jeff and Chuckie, but to keep the peace between Middle Eastern countries, all while searching for the bases of super-soldier operations—to stop them or die trying. Alien vs. Alien is the thrilling sixth installment of the Alien novels.

Madro?o

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105008327889
Genre : Botany
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The Rite Of Spring At 100

Author : Severine Neff
ISBN : 9780253024442
Genre : Music
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When Igor Stravinsky's ballet Le Sacre du printemps (The Rite of Spring) premiered during the 1913 Paris season of Sergei Diaghilev's Ballets Russes, its avant-garde music and jarring choreography scandalized audiences. Today it is considered one of the most influential musical works of the twentieth century. In this volume, the ballet finally receives the full critical attention it deserves, as distinguished music and dance scholars discuss the meaning of the work and its far-reaching influence on world music, performance, and culture. Essays explore four key facets of the ballet: its choreography and movement; the cultural and historical contexts of its performance and reception in France; its structure and use of innovative rhythmic and tonal features; and the reception of the work in Russian music history and theory. This version also includes audio and visual supplements designed to enhance understanding of this classic piece.

Biogeography And Ecology Of New Guinea

Author : J.L. Gressit
ISBN : 9789400986329
Genre : Science
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J. L. Gressitt New Guinea is a fantastic island, unique and fascinating. It is an area of incredible variety of geomorphology, biota, peoples, languages, history, tradi tions and cultures. Diversity is its prime characteristic, whatever the subject of interest. To a biogeographer it is tantalizing, as well as confusing or frustrating when trying to determine the history of its biota. To an ecologist, and to all biologists, it is a happy hunting ground of endless surprises and unanswered questions. To a conservationist it is like a dream come true, a "flash-back" of a few centuries, as well as a challenge for the future. New Guinea is so special that it is hard to compare it with other islands or tropical areas. It is something apart, with its very complicated history (chapters I: 2-4, II: 1-4, III: I, VI: I, 2). It is partly old but to a great extent very young, yet extremely rich and complex. It has biota of different sources - to such a degree that it is still disputed in this volume as to what Realm it belongs to: the Paleotropical or Notogaean (Australian); or what Region: Oriental, "Oceanic," Papuan or Australian. The terms Papuasian, Indo-Australian and Australasian also have been applied to the area.

Geology Of The Moon

Author : Thomas A. Mutch
ISBN : 9781400870479
Genre : Science
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This edition reviews the results of Apollos 11, 12, 14, and 15. Included are approximately sixty new pages of text and forty new photographs and pictures. Thomas A. Mutch has written this book for students of lunar geology and scientists in diverse fields related to astrogeology as well as for the interested layman. Originally published in 1973. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.

The History Of The Chaldaick Philosophy By Thomas Stanley

Author : Thomas Stanley
ISBN : RMS:RMS2LBIF000048847$$$Y
Genre : Philosophy, Ancient
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Worlds Beyond Our Own

Author : Sujan Sengupta
ISBN : 9783319098944
Genre : Science
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This is a book on planets: Solar system planets and dwarf planets. And planets outside our solar system – exoplanets. How did they form? What types of planets are there and what do they have in common? How do they differ? What do we know about their atmospheres – if they have one? What are the conditions for life and on which planets may they be met? And what’s the origin of life on Earth and how did it form? You will understand how rare the solar system, the Earth and hence life is. This is also a book on stars. The first and second generation of stars in the Universe. But in particular also on the link between planets and stars – brown dwarfs. Their atmospheric properties and similarities with giant exoplanets. All these fascinating questions will be answered in a non-technical manner. But those of you who want to know a bit more may look up the relevant mathematical relationships in appendices.

The History Of Philosophy

Author : Thomas Stanley
ISBN : BL:A0021642604
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Science And Technology Series

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ISBN : UCAL:B3533035
Genre : Astronautics
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Geological Problems In Lunar And Planetary Research

Author : Jack Green
ISBN : UCSD:31822014151971
Genre : Geological research
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