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: Time Machine Tales: The Science Fiction Adventures and Philosophical Puzzles of Time Travel
: Paul J. Nahin
: Springer
: 2016
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This book contains a broad overview of time travel in science fiction, along with a detailed examination of the philosophical implications of time travel. The emphasis of this book is now on the philosophical and on science fiction, rather than on physics, as in the author's earlier books on the subject. In that spirit there are, for example, no Tech Notes filled with algebra, integrals, and differential equations, as there are in the first and second editions of TIME MACHINES.
: black 14-02-2019, 16:43 | : 0 |

: Everything You Need to Know About Sharks
(): Collective
: DK
: 2012
ISBN: 0756698812
: 82
: English
: True PDF
: 21 MB

An underwater treasure, Everything You Need To Know About Sharks is a vibrant book that redefines children's reference. Through every exciting page inside, Everything You Need To Know About Sharks dives deep in the pursuit of fascinating facts. It teaches the basics of anatomy (did you know that sharks don't have bones, or that most of a fish's internal organs are in the lower half of its body?) and taxonomy (sharks are fish, but whales are mammals), plus how and where sea creatures live.Everything You Need to Know About Sharks provides ideas for things to make, games to play, quizzes, and shocking facts to share with your friends. It's everything you need to know, and everything you WANT to find out.

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: The Science of Why, Volume 3
: Jay Ingram
: Simon & Schuster
: 2018
: EPUB
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Have you wondered why you cringe when fingernails are scratched along a chalkboard? Or whether you could ever have a cybernetic limb? Or if a shark can smell a drop of blood a mile away? Then youre in luck! Bestselling author Jay Ingram is back to answer all those questions and more as he explores and explains the world around us in all of its head-scratching curiosity. From the smallest parts inside us to the biggest questions about our universe, Jay tackles pressing topics
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: Exploring the Invisible Universe: From Black Holes to Superstrings
: Belal E Baaquie and Frederick H Willeboordse
: World Scientific Publishing
: 2015
: PDF
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"Why"? Why is the world, the Universe the way it is? Is space infinitely large? How small is small? What happens when one continues to divide matter into ever smaller pieces? Indeed, what is matter? Is there anything else besides what can be seen? Pursuing the questions employing the leading notions of physics, one soon finds that the tangible and visible world dissolves rather unexpectedly into invisible things and domains that are beyond direct perception. A remarkable feature of our Universe is that most of its constituents turn out to be invisible, and this fact is brought out with great force by this book.
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: DK findout! Engineering
: DK Publishing
: DK Publishing
: 2017
: PDF
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Discover the fascinating world of engineering with this exciting book full of amazing images, fun quizzes, and incredible information. Learn how engineering concepts such as levers, wheels and axles, and pulleys work, and how techniques have changed and developed over time. Showcasing engineering feats throughout historyfrom the wheeled chariots of Ancient Egypt to the construction of the Eiffel Towerand the famous engineers who built them, DK findout! Engineering covers steam engines, rocket technology, flying machines, bridges, buildings, robots, and more.
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: The Organisation of Mind
: Tim Shallice and Richard P. Cooper
: Oxford University Press
: 2011
: PDF
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Brain imaging has been immensely valuable in showing us how the mind works. However, many of our ideas about how the mind works come from disciplines like experimental psychology, artificial intelligence and linguistics, which in their modern form date back to the computer revolution of the 1940s, and are not strongly linked to the subdisciplines of biomedicine. Cognitive science and neuroscience thus have very separate intellectual roots, and very different styles. Unfortunately, these two areas of knowledge have not been well integrated as far as higher mental processes are concerned. So how can these two be reconciled in order to develop a full understanding of the mind and brain?
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