Explaining Gravity

Simple Consistent and Complete
By Bob Ticer

Explaining Gravity by Bob Ticer describes gravity as part of our universe in a way that makes it easy for the reader to understand. Existing literature is also referenced with examples of work from Einstein, Hawkins, and The Big Bang Theory. Bob methodically explains his...

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Miami's Yester'Years

Its Forgotten Founder Locke Tiffin Highleyman
By Patricia Daly-Lipe

Miami’s Yester’Years: Its Forgotten Founder Locke Tiffin Highleyman by Patricia Daly-Lipe is an astonishing account of the history of Miami and Southern Florida, beginning in 1513. “This is the story of the conversion of that “swamp” of “grass and mire” to a fancy metropolis.” The...

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Hold the Apocalypse - Pass Me a Scientist Please

and other humorous essays from an optimist in dreamland
By Bob Lorentson

Hold the Apocalypse - Pass Me a Scientist Please by Bob Lorentson looks at us as “Modern Humans” and shows us what our world has become. But don’t take it too seriously. Even though the subject may be serious, Bob, the environmental scientist, helps us...

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Past, Present, Future

Stories That Haunt
By Ian Prattis

Past, Present, Future: Stories That Haunt by the award-winning and influential Ian Prattis is one of the best books on the environment and future survival that I've ever read. I think it's because this author seems to be writing from the heart and the head....

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Towards a Natural Social Contract

Transformative Social-Ecological Innovation for a Sustainable, Healthy and Just Society
By Patrick Huntjens

Towards a Natural Social Contract by Patrick Huntjens is an influential non-fiction book with the primary focus of "Transformative Social-Ecological Innovation for a Sustainable, Healthy and Just Society." Across three parts and six chapters, introduction and conclusion excluded, Huntjens offers up an independently conceptualized and...

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What Became of the Crow?

The Inside Story of the Greatest Gold Discovery in History
By Robert Moriarty

“How can you have a gold rush without a Mark Twain or Bret Harte or Jack London?” What Became of the Crow? is Robert Moriarty’s engaging inside story of a modern-day gold rush. This saga is worth telling and reading and could well become the...

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Sacred Animal Activism

A mission of love for animals
By Vikki Koplick

Sacred Animal Activism: A Mission of Love for Animals, written by energy healer for animals and animal whisperer Vikki Koplick, is divided into three parts: Part One: Finding My Path to Healing; Part Two: A Mission of Love for Animals; and Part Three: A Soul...

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Cultural Insanity, the Key to Understanding Our World and Ourselves

With Current Political and Environmental Examples, and Historical Case Studies in Witch-hunting, the Medieval Church Impeding Science, and the Rejection of Geologic Time & Evolution (the Original and Definitive Account)
By Jeffrey Wynter Koon

Cultural Insanity, the Key to Understanding Our World and Ourselves by Jeffrey Wynter Koon is a non-fiction work of primarily expository writing in a persuasive format. Koon's theory on why civilizations derail into frenzied, insane reasoning when absolutely no reason for these beliefs exist is...

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Ancient Sky Watchers & Mythic Themes

A Sky Lore Anthology
By Julie Loar

Ancient Sky Watchers & Mythic Themes by Julie Loar is an absolute must-read for those interested in astrology, astronomy, and mythology. Having studied metaphysics intensively for twenty-five years, Julie is widely regarded as an expert in her field. For two decades, Julie's insanely popular astrology...

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Fly Agaric

A Compendium of History, Pharmacology, Mythology, & Exploration
By Kevin M. Feeney

It’s not every day that I get the privilege of reviewing a book about a mushroom. Considering that it’s such a niche interest, I enjoyed reading every page. Most of us, unfortunately, remain ignorant and even fearfully stay away from these fungal wonders. Compiled and...

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