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Interpretation in Architecture: Design as Way of Thinking

by Adrian Snodgrass & Richard Coyne

Drawing on cultural theory, phenomenology and concepts from Asian art and philosophy, this book reflects on the role of interpretation in the act of architectural creation, bringing an intellectual and scholarly...


Science Firsts: From the Creation of Science to the Science of Creation

by Robert E. Adler

Be on hand to witness some of the most monumental scientific discoveries of the past three millennia

This engaging collection offers readers the unique experience of being on hand to witness some of the most...


Mad about Modern Physics: Braintwisters, Paradoxes, and Curiosities

by Franklin Potter & Christopher Jargodzki

More mind-bending fun in physics

The sequel to the popular Mad About Physics, Mad About Modern Physics promises endless hours of entertaining, challenging fun. With detailed answers to hundreds of questions ("Are...


Planetary Dreams: The Quest to Discover Life Beyond Earth

by Robert Shapiro

The Quest To Discover Life Beyond Earth.

"The 'dreams' that I write of are not the usual ones, the images that come up in our minds involuntarily during certain stages of sleep, but rather the hopes and expectations...


The Big Splat, or How Our Moon Came to Be

by Dana Mackenzie

The first popular book to explain the dramatic theory behind the Moon's genesis

This lively science history relates one of the great recent breakthroughs in planetary astronomy-a successful theory of the birth...


Great Feuds in Science: Ten of the Liveliest Disputes Ever

by Hal Hellman

The dramatic stories of ten historic feuds: How they altered the course of discovery-and shaped the modern world

Hall Hellman tells the lively stories of ten of the most outrageous and intriguing disputes from...


Landscape Architecture, Fifth Edition: A Manual of Environmental Planning and Design

by Barry Starke & John Ormsbee Simonds

The most comprehensive, current guide to the theory and practice of landscape architecture

For more than 50 years, this pioneering guide has served as the foremost resource on the principles and practices of...


Whose Urban Renaissance?: An international comparison of urban regeneration strategies

by Libby Porter & Kate Shaw

The desire of governments for a 'renaissance' of their cities is a defining feature of contemporary urban policy. From Melbourne and Toronto to Johannesburg and Istanbul, government policies are successfully...


The Science of Supervillains

by Lois H. Gresh & Robert Weinberg

The authors of The Science of Superheroes now reveal the real genius of the most evil geniuses

Ever wonder why comic book villains, such as Spiderman's bionic archenemy Dr. Octopus or the X-Men's eternal rival...


The Science of Superheroes

by Lois H. Gresh & Robert Weinberg

The truth about superpowers . . . science fact or science fiction?

"An entertaining and informative guide to comic book wonders bound to come."

-Julius Schwartz, Editor Emeritus, DC Comics

Superman, Batman, The...


Teleportation: The Impossible Leap

by David Darling

An authoritative, entertaining examination of the ultimate thrill ride

Until recently the stuff of sci-fi fiction and Star Trek reruns, teleportation has become a reality-for subatomic particles at least. In...


Marking Time: The Epic Quest to Invent the Perfect Calendar

by Duncan Steel

"If you lie awake worrying about the overnight transition from December 31, 1 b.c., to January 1, a.d. 1 (there is no year zero), then you will enjoy Duncan Steel's Marking Time."--American Scientist

"No book...


What Does a Martian Look Like?: The Science of Extraterrestrial Life

by Jack Cohen & Ian Stewart

"A fascinating and useful handbook to both the science and science fiction of extraterrestrial life. Cohen and Stewart are amusing, opinionated, and expert guides. I found it a terrific and informative piece...


501 Calculus Questions

by LLC Learning Express

Designed for those seeking help studying calculus in school - also valuable for adults attempting to learn/re-learn calculus. A resource for instructors supplementing their instruction. 501 Calculus Problems...


Gender and Agrarian Reforms

by Susie Jacobs

The redistribution of land has profound implications for women and for gender relations; however, gender issues have been marginalised from both theoretical and policy discussions of agrarian reform. This book...


Manufacturing Facilities Design & Material Handling

by Matthew P. Stephens & Fred E. Meyers

Designed for junior-and senior-level courses in Plant and Facilities Planning and Manufacturing Systems and Procedures, this textbook is also suitable for graduate-level and two-year college courses. The book...


Perspectives in Bioethics, Science, and Public Policy

by Jonathan Beever & Nicolae C. Morar

In this book, nine thought-leaders engage with some of the hottest moral issues in science and ethics. Based on talks originally given at the annual "Purdue Lectures in Ethics, Policy, and Science," the chapters...


1,001 Math Problems

by LLC Learning Express

The best way to master math is to practice, practice, practice—and 1,001 Math Problems offers “mathophobes” and others who just need a little math tutoring the practice they need to succeed. Whether students...


Loose Space: Possibility and Diversity in Urban Life

by Karen Franck & Quentin Stevens

With over 100 illustrations and diverse international examples, experts in urban design discuss the theory and practice surrounding under- and undesigned urban spaces.


Environmental Policymaking in Congress: Issue Definitions in Wetlands, Great Lakes and Wildlife Policies

by Kelly Tzoumis

Utilizing current natural resource policies, this work effectively shows how the wetlands fit a dominance model, the Great Lakes is a bounded model, and wildlife is labeled as a valence model. A must read for...