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Confessions of an Alien Hunter by Seth Shostak
Confessions of an Alien Hunter

Aliens are big in America. Whether they've arrived via rocket, flying saucer, or plain old teleportation, they've been invading, infiltrating, or inspiring us for decades, and they've fascinated moviegoers and television watchers for more than fifty years.
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Where Our Food Comes from: Retracing Nikolay Vavilov's Quest to End Famine by Gary Paul Nabhan
Where Our Food Comes from: Retracing Nikolay Vavilov's Quest to End Famine

The future of our food depends on tiny seeds in orchards and fields the world over. In 1943, one of the first to recognize this fact, the great botanist Nikolay Vavilov, lay dying of starvation in a Soviet prison. But in the years before Stalin jailed
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Peter Mark Roget: The Man Who Became a Book by Nick Rennison
Peter Mark Roget: The Man Who Became a Book

Every day thousands of people worldwide consult Roget's Thesaurus. How many stop to consider why that endlessly useful reference book is so called? Of those who know that it owes its name to the man who first devised it, how many know anything more about
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My Father and Albert Einstein by Joan Rothman Brill
My Father and Albert Einstein

This is a first-hand account of an amazing friendship between a self-educated department store owner and Dr. Albert Einstein, who changed man's concept of the Universe. David Rothman relates, through taped reminiscences, his word-for-word intellectual
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Unlocking the Sky by Seth Shulman
Unlocking the Sky

Unlocking the Sky tells the extraordinary tale of the race to design, refine, and manufacture a manned flying machine, a race that took place in the air, on the ground, and in the courtrooms of America. While the Wright brothers threw a veil of secrecy

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Carver: a life in poems by Marilyn Nelson
Carver: a life in poems

Poems about the life, character, and achievements of the African American inventor, botanist, artist, and teacher. George Washington Carver was born a slave in Missouri about 1864 and raised by the childless white couple who had owned his mother. In 1877
Marilyn Nelson 4 Feb 2010 $9.95


Evolution's Captain by Peter Nichols
Evolution's Captain

This is the story of the man without whom the name Charles Darwin might be unknown to us today. That man was Captain Robert FitzRoy, who invited the 22-year-old Darwin to be his companion on board the Beagle .

This is the remarkable story of how a

Peter Nichols 28 Feb 2010 $12.99


Seven-Tenths: Love, Piracy, and Science at Sea by David Fisichella
Seven-Tenths: Love, Piracy, and Science at Sea

In 1995, a mechanical engineer whose career and heart are adrift meets a blind oceanographer who spends much of her life at sea. Sailing the Arabian Sea as Amy's eyes, David Fisichella watches her adapt to progressive vision loss while he finds his own
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A Physicists Labour In War And Peace by E. Walter Kellermann
A Physicists Labour In War And Peace

This book is of interest to historians of science and to scientists as well as to the general reader. Historians will be interested in the author's 'revealing view' of the British pre war university system, the establishment of Theoretical Physics as a
E. Walter Kellermann 28 Dec 2010 $5.99


Dog Days, Raven Nights by John M. Marzluff & Colleen Marzluff
Dog Days, Raven Nights

Twenty years ago, fresh out of graduate school and recently married, John and Colleen Marzluff left Arizona for a small cabin in the mountains of western Maine. Their mission: to conduct the first-ever extensive study of the winter ecology of the Common
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Falling to Earth by Al Worden & Francis French
Falling to Earth

As command module pilot for the Apollo 15 mission to the moon in 1971, Al Worden flew on what is widely regarded as the greatest exploration mission that humans have ever attempted. He spent six days orbiting the moon, including three days completely alone,
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The Seeds We Sow by Gary Beene
The Seeds We Sow

"Practice random acts of kindness" is a catchy little phrase. It is also nonsense. There should be nothing random about the decision to be kind. There is no single action more powerful and "The Seeds We Sow" offers proof of the cross-generational power
Gary Beene 5 Aug 2011 $2.99


Orlando M. Poe by Paul Taylor
Orlando M. Poe

Recipient of the Library of Michigan's 2010 Notable Books award -- The first biography of Sherman's chief engineer and the man whose post-Civil War engineering work changed Great Lakes navigation forever -- Orlando M. Poe chronicles the life of one of
Paul Taylor 12 Aug 2011 $29.99

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Me Father was the Keeper: John Smeaton and the Eddystone Light by Anonymous
Me Father was the Keeper: John Smeaton and the Eddystone Light

Me Father was the keeper of the Eddystone light, He married a mermaid one fine night... The Eddystone Rocks are among the most feared and romanticized rock formations in the world. Guarding the approaches to Plymouth, England, over the centuries it has
Anonymous 29 Aug 2011 $7.95


Dead Ends to Somewhere by Richard Ward
Dead Ends to Somewhere

Although raised as the youngest of nine children on a farm in Montana where sibling competition was a way of life, the author's desire to compete did not carry over into the classroom, that is, until the humiliation associated with a simple 6th grade writing
Richard Ward 7 Sep 2011 $7.95

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Once Upon A Time in Glasgow by John Watson
Once Upon A Time in Glasgow

A history of the city of Glasgow from its earliest beginnings, presented in episodic format based on a series of articles first published in the "Evening Times" in the 1970s. The contents cover personalities such as Hawkie, who was one of the city's most
John Watson 12 Sep 2011 $10.19


Twelve British Statisticians by Richard H. Williams & Donald W. Zimmerman & Donald C. Ross
Twelve British Statisticians

Twelve British Statisticians provides a description of the lives and scientific contributions of a dozen scientific luminaries. Each statistician is a famous figure, but is especially renowned in Great Britain. Their fields of expertise sometimes include
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The Feathery Tribe by Daniel Lewis
The Feathery Tribe

Amateurs and professionals studying birds at the end of the nineteenth century were a contentious, passionate group with goals that intersected, collided and occasionally merged in their writings and organizations. Driven by a desire to advance science,

Daniel Lewis 28 Mar 2012 $45.00


The Music of Pythagoras by Kitty Ferguson
The Music of Pythagoras

The enthralling story of Pythagoras and the Pythagoreans, whose insights transformed the ancient world and still inspire the realms of science, mathematics, philosophy, and the arts.

"Pythagoras's influence on the ideas, and therefore on the destiny,
Kitty Ferguson 5 Apr 2012 $16.00


G. Evelyn Hutchinson and the Invention of Modern Ecology by Nancy G. Slack
G. Evelyn Hutchinson and the Invention of Modern Ecology

Stephen J. Gould declared G. Evelyn Hutchinson the most important ecologist of the twentieth century. E. O. Wilson pronounced him ";one of the few scientists who could unabashedly be called a genius."; In this fascinating book, Nancy G. Slack presents
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