Category: Science

The Unknown Universe 0

The Unknown Universe: What We Don’t Know About Time and Space in Ten Chapters

Description On 21 March 2013, the European Space Agency released a map of the afterglow of the Big Bang. Taking in 440 sextillion kilometres of space and 13.8 billion years of time, it is physically impossible to make a better map: we will never see the early Universe in more detail. On the one hand, such a view is the apotheosis of modern cosmology, on the other, it threatens to undermine almost everything we hold cosmologically sacrosanct. The map contains anomalies that challenge our understanding of the Universe. It will force us to revisit what is known and what is unknown, to construct a new...

Britain's DNA Journey 0

Britain’s DNA Journey: Our Remarkable Genetic Story

Description In an epic narrative, sometimes moving, sometimes astonishing, always revealing, Moffat writes an entirely new history of Britain. Instead of the usual parade of the usual suspects – kings, queens, saints, warriors and the notorious – this is a people’s history, a narrative made from stories only DNA can tell, which offers insights into who we are and where we come from. Based on exciting new research involving the largest sampling of DNA ever made in Britain, Alistair Moffat shows the true origins of our island’s inhabitants. Download Links Server1  |  Server2 (Size : 5.3 MB)

Mathematics in 10 Lessons The Grand Tour 0

Mathematics in 10 Lessons: The Grand Tour

Description Many of us trained mainly in the humanities and liberal arts may respect mathematics as an essential scientific discipline, but have done very little mathematics themselves and often feel intimidated by its rigors. If you’ve ever wondered what mathematicians mean by the aesthetic elegance of their subject, here is your chance to experience firsthand mathematics intellectual pleasures. Download Links Server1  |  Server2 (Size : 7.4 MB)

Making YouTube Videos (Dummies Junior) 0

Making YouTube Videos (Dummies Junior), 2nd Edition

Description Everything kids need to create and star in their own video! YouTube has won the hearts, minds, and eyes of kids around the globe. Young people everywhere are making their mark on this popular platform–some of them even gaining massive followings, worldwide recognition, and the paychecks that come along with it. While lots of youngsters are happy to be spectators, others are hungry to create and star in YouTube content of their own–and this book shows them how. Written for kids in a language they can understand, this book helps budding filmmakers and producers create their own videos–no matter the subject. It offers creators...

Oxygen A Four Billion Year History 0

Oxygen: A Four Billion Year History

Description The air we breathe is twenty-one percent oxygen, an amount higher than on any other known world. While we may take our air for granted, Earth was not always an oxygenated planet. How did it become this way? Donald Canfield—one of the world’s leading authorities on geochemistry, earth history, and the early oceans—covers this vast history, emphasizing its relationship to the evolution of life and the evolving chemistry of the Earth. Canfield guides readers through the various lines of scientific evidence, considers some of the wrong turns and dead ends along the way, and highlights the scientists and researchers who have made key discoveries...


Root to Stem: A seasonal guide to natural recipes and remedies for everyday life

Description ‘Root to Stem is a seasonal and holistic approach to health that puts plants, herbs and nature at the heart of how we live and eat. It is a new kind of guide that links individual health to our communities and the planet’s health to sustain us all.‘ This perfect companion to the seasons, this book will show you how to take greater control over your own health and wellbeing, treat everyday ailments, and ensure the sustainability of the planet through discovering how to forage, grow, or shop for plant- and herb-based foods and products. Including: Detox in the spring with sorrel, cleavers and nettles....


The New York Times Best Sellers: Science – July, 2019

Description The New York Times Best Sellers are compiled and archived by The Best-Seller Lists Desk of The New York Times News Department, and are separate from the Culture, Advertising and Business sides of The New York Times Company. LIST: 01. SAPIENS by Yuval Noah Harari 02. THE BODY KEEPS THE SCORE by Bessel van der Kolk 03. HOW TO CHANGE YOUR MIND by Michael Pollan 04. ONE GIANT LEAP by Charles Fishman 05. UNDERLAND by Robert Macfarlane 06. BEING MORTAL by Atul Gawande 07. THINKING, FAST AND SLOW by Daniel Kahneman 08. ELDERHOOD by Louise Aronson 09. WHY WE SLEEP by Matthew Walker 10....

Aqa GCSE Physics Student Book 0

AQA GCSE Physics Student Book, 3rd Edition

Description Please note this title is suitable for any student studying: Exam Board: AQA Level: GCSE Subject: Physics First teaching: September 2016 First exams: June 2018 The UK’s bestselling GCSE Science series has now been updated and specifically tailored for the new 2016 AQA GCSE Science (9-1) specifications. Supporting your students on their journey from Key Stage 3 and through to success in the new linear GCSE qualifications, this series help students and teachers monitor progress, while supporting the increased demand, mathematical content, and new practical requirements. This Student Book offers: – Fully integrated and differentiated support tailored to the new 9-1 GCSE specification –...


College Physics Vol. 2: v. 2

Description COLLEGE PHYSICS, 8e, combines a logical presentation of the physical concepts with a consistent problem-solving strategy that results in true understanding for the student. The new edition is supported by innovative technologies to enhance your teaching experience and your students’ learning. Download Links Server 1  | Server 2 (Size 13.9 MB)