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    Freedom All The Way Up

    God and the Meaning of Life in a Scientific Age by

    Freedom All The Way Up proposes four intertwined elements that make up the meaning of life—self-worth, purpose, identity, and hope. Materialism (atheism) claim the universe has no meaning, so there is no larger purposeful story into which we can ...


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    You're Amazing! (Starring You)

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    Excuse me, dear friend, could I borrow your ear? I have a great story I think you should hear! This story is special. This story is true! This story is big. And it’s all about YOU! Have you ever wondered how your AMAZING body works, and how you’re ...


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    To Make the World Intelligible

    A Scientist's Journey by

    To Make the World Intelligible: A Scientist’s Journey is both a book about a life of science and about the science of life. In it, Franklin M. Harold shares the story of his life as a German immigrant, who lived in the Middle East before coming to ...


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    Understanding Surfaces

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    An intriguing appreciation of surfaces all around us and what they make possible in our world is presented here. Basic mathematical concepts present the role of surface and volume in everyday life through an abundance of examples of application ...


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    How We Got Here

    The Translation by

    Have you ever wondered how the universe was created and just what the space around you is made up of? Do you ponder about time—about what it is and how it works? Do the effects of Einstein’s theory of relativity intrigue you? Would you like to ...


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    The Foundations of Immunology and their Pertinence to Medicine

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    In The Foundations of Immunology and their Pertinence to Medicine, Peter Bretscher describes how the few foundational concepts of immunology came about. He traces Jenner’s development of safe vaccination against small pox in the 1700’s, and how it ...


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    The Social Gene

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    The hypothesis of animal interactions, known as kin selection or the selfish gene, proposes that only blood relatives are capable of forming herds and engaging in unselfish acts with each other. While this may satisfy the expectations of many ...


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    Crimes Against Humanity: A1H1W2

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    A pandemic begins on Antarctica, rapidly infecting all of Earth’s oceans and threatening the existence of planetary life. The U.S. Military creates a scientific team whose ‘mission impossible’ is to identify the pathogen and end the pandemic. When a ...


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    The Echinacea Herb Story: Tradition Meets Modern Science

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    Echinacea has become one of the best selling herbs in North America and Europe, and is frequently advocated for the prevention and treatment of colds and ’flu, and related respiratory diseases. Traditional uses implied that it was also useful in the ...


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    Accidental Discoveries

    From Laughing Gas to Dynamite by

    Accidental Discoveries - a man inhales laughing gas...and feels no pain in his leg - a blast of water in a bathroom leads to a billion dollar invention - a scientist dreams the answer to the question that had him stumped - a spill creates an ...