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Concept-Oriented Research and Development in Information Technology

by Kinji Mori

A pioneering, concept-oriented research and development approach improves business results in technology-driven industries

With contributions from IT, systems, and operations experts from around the globe, this...


The Genius of Japanese Carpentry: Secrets of an Ancient Craft

by Azby Brown

This new edition of this Azby Brown architecural classic contains a new preface by Brown, fully revised chapters, along 25% new photography and in color for the first time.

An extraordinary and ambitious work...


Molecules of an author in search of memory

by Dei, Luigi

Loosely based on Primo Levi’s The Periodic Table, the play has a Fahrenheit 451 setting. In a world without books or memory appears a common man, the Man in the street, with some heets of writing that he cannot...


The Phaselock Code: Through Time, Death and Reality: The Metaphysical Adventures of Man

by Roger Hart

ONE MAN'S REMARKABLE SEARCH FOR

THE ULTIMATE TRUTHS OF OUR WORLD

For Professor Roger Hart, life truly began after he almost lost his -- in a horrific fall off the slopes of Mount Everest that he miraculously...


Entangled Minds: Extrasensory Experiences in a Quantum Reality

by Dean Radin

IS EVERYTHING CONNECTED?

Can we sense what's happening to loved ones thousands of miles away? Why are we sometimes certain of a caller's identity the instant the phone rings? Do intuitive hunches contain information...


Crypts of London

by Malcolm Johnson

After the devastation of 1666, the Church of England in the City of London was given fifty-one new buildings, in addition to the twenty-four that had survived the Great Fire. During the next 100 years others...


Jacobson's Organ: And the Remarkable Nature of Smell

by Lyall Watson

Nothing is more memorable than a smell. So why do we persist in dismissing the nose as a blunt instrument? Smell is our most seductive and provocative sense, invading every domain of our lives. We can identify...


Protect Yourself Against Bioterrorism

by Philip M., Ph.D. Tierno Jr.

How does anthrax spread?

Should I avoid opening my mail?

Wasn't I vaccinated for smallpox years ago?

What exactly is encephalitis?

Is my workplace a target for bioterrorism?

What precautions can I take to stay...


Lectures on Gas Theory

by Ludwig Boltzmann

One of the great masterpieces of theoretical physics, this classic work contains a comprehensive exposition of the kinetic theory of gases that is still relevant today, nearly 100 years after its first publication....


Molecular Collision Theory

by M. S. Child

This high-level monograph offers an excellent introduction to the theory required for interpretation of an increasingly sophisticated range of molecular scattering experiments. There are five helpful appendixes...


Exercise Medicine: Physiological Principles and Clinical Applications

Resilient Sustainable Cities: A Future

by Leonie Pearson, Peter Newton & Peter Roberts

Urbanization is occurring at an unprecedented rate; by 2050 three quarters of the world's people will live in urban environments. The cars we drive, products we consume, houses we live in and technology we use...


Construction Cost Management: Learning from Case Studies

by Keith Potts & Nii Ankrah

In this updated and expanded second edition, Keith Potts and Nii Ankrah examine key issues in construction cost management across the building and civil engineering sectors, both in the UK and overseas. Best...


One River

by Wade Davis

The story of two generations of scientific explorers in South America—Richard Evans Schultes and his protégé Wade Davis—an epic tale of adventure and a compelling work of natural history.

In 1941, Professor...


Biophysics For Dummies

by Ken Vos

The fun, easy way to get up to speed on biophysics concepts, principles, and practices

One of the most diverse of modern scientific disciplines, biophysics applies methods and technologies from physics to the...


Flushed: How the Plumber Saved Civilization

by W. Hodding Carter

Hodding Carter writes, "The unsung hero of human history was, of course, the Brain of Drains, the Hub of Tubs, the Power of Showers, the Brewer of Sewers...the humble plumber.... The Irish may have saved civilization,...


I'm Working on That: A Trek From Science Fiction to Science Fact

by William Shatner & Chip Walter

"Beam me up, Scotty."®

During the 1960s, in an age when the height of technology was a crackly AM transistor radio, Star Trek™ envisioned a time when communication devices worked without wires.

"Working"...


Understanding Renewable Energy Systems

by Volker Quaschning

Beginning with an overview of renewable energy sources including biomass, hydroelectricity, geothermal, tidal, wind and solar power, this book explores the fundamentals of different renewable energy systems....


Manual of the Grasses of the United States, Volume One

by A. S. Hitchcock & A. S. Hitchco U.S. Dept. of Agriculture

Volume 1 of the basic study of American grasses, both indigenous and escapes, cultivated and wild. Over 1400 species. Full descriptions, information. Total in set: over 1100 maps, illustrations. "A definitive...


The New Face of War: How War Will Be Fought in the 21st Century

by Bruce D. Berkowitz

As American and coalition troops fight the first battles of this new century -- from Afghanistan to Yemen to the Philippines to Iraq -- they do so in ways never before seen. Until recently, information war was...