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by Garik Israelian
None Pages · None · · 0 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
The Laws of Thermodynamics
by Atkins Peter
103 Pages · 2007 · 1 MB · 3,932 Downloads · New!
“The Laws of Thermodynamics: A Very Short Introduction, 1st Edition” is a book that drives everything which happens in the universe. Atkins Peter is the author of this book. Atkins is Professor of Chemistry at the University of Oxford and Fellow of Lincoln College. He is the author of more than 60 books and all of them are worth to read. It engages all the reader from start to end of the page. In this book, you will learn about laws and how they work, using accessible language and no mathematics.
A Math-Based Writing System for Engineers
by Brad Henderson
357 Pages · 2019 · 28 MB · 1,105 Downloads · New!
The “A Math-Based Writing System for Engineers: Sentence Algebra & Document Algorithms, 1st Edition” is an excellent book for all undergraduate and graduate students. Brad Henderson is the author of this great book. Brad Henderson is a Continuing Lecturer in the University Writing Program at California. He holds a BS in mechanical engineering and a master’s in professional writing. A Math-Based Writing System for Engineers is a helpful resource for all the engineers as it shows the generative rules for formal written communication in an engineering context.
Data Analysis with R statistical Software
by Rob Thomas
286 Pages · 2015 · 4 MB · 3,569 Downloads · New!
Data Analysis with R statistical Software is data science, data analysis, and statistical software that tells people how to generate maximum productivity. Rob Thomas is the author of this outstanding book. It is a remarkable guide for scientists that helps them to understand, interpret, and use statistical skills. This book will show them a path to solve their problems and perform all the analyses in an effective way. Scientists need to know that the analysis they are performing on the data is true and they can make decisions on it. It uses the most authentic procedures of data analysis that brings the guarantee results.
The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks
by Rebecca Skloot
334 Pages · 2011 · 2.88 MB · 6 Downloads · New!
The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks is popular book written by Rebecca Skloot. Rebecca Skloot is an award-winning science writer whose articles have appeared in The New York Times Magazine. Her book The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks is being translated into more than twenty languages. In this book she beautifully weaves historical, cultural and scientific trends into a comprehensive utterly compelling, easily understood story. Most amazing thing is that this book is a woman’s real life story, the story of her family, and how they have impacted science and anyone who works or benefits from the use of cellular research. There are 3 parts in the book with 3 different titles. Part 1 is Life, part 2 is death and part 3 is immortality. In part 1 she discussed diagnosis and treatment, the birth of HeLa and the death and life of cell culture, where part 2 and part 3 is about woman’s contribution to our scientific and health fields. You can also Download What to Expect When You’re Expecting by Heidi Murkoff PDF Free.
All These Worlds
by Dennis E. Taylor
250 Pages · 2017 · 1.14 MB · 1 Downloads · New!
The book “All These Worlds” is one of the best science fiction books. It is written by Dennis E Taylor who is also a good computer programmer. Dennis has been reading science fiction for years, and now finds himself on the other end of the pen. It is book number three of a three book series. The author does an admirable job of keeping track of all the ‘Bobs” and developing them as individuals. If you really want to enjoy this book it is definitely a necessity to read the first two books of the series. Characters are constantly developed through the action and situations in their world which helps create the immersive and “lose yourself” type of reading that most SciFi fans long for. With amazing characters circulation readers during the reading many times laugh, cry and cringe. It totally changed the habits and thoughts of readers and no doubt its brilliant science fiction. You can also Download Zero Day (Jeff Aiken) by Mark Russinovich PDF Free.


by Yevgeny Zamyatin, Robert A. Johnson
221 Pages · 1993 · 1 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
We by Yevgeny Zamyatin is a thriller, history, science fiction and adventure novel in which the people are trying everything just to protect their world. Yevgeny Zamyatin is the author of this classic novel. There is One State, they conquer the world before a thousand years ago and living on it. The survivors are there in the city of steel and glass, which are enclosed by a big Green Wall. The outside of the wall, there are no traces of life and two hundred years ago a big fight takes place there. All the place is forbidden and dangerous for them to live. The city is designed by the citizens by utilizing the mass surveillance. The secret police are there, who is watching everything and they are responsible for tolerance. Their individual behaviors are very unique and different, they name each other with formulas and equations. This was the strategy to keep the security tight and make their place safe from attack. There is a man whose name is D-503, he is a scientist by profession and now working on the project of spacecraft integral. If this project went successful, they will attack other places and expand their territory. He has a girlfriend 0-90 and making love time by time. There is an emotional scene when he hears she can’t have babies. One day he meets with another lady, fall in love and has sex with her as well. This makes her first girlfriend angry and things start changing from here.