Marvin And Milo

Author: Caitlin Watson
Publisher: Macmillan Children's Books
ISBN: 9780230758490
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Marvin And Milo from the Author: Caitlin Watson. They look just like an ordinary cat and dog, but there's more to these furry friends than fluffy tails and wet noses! Most pets are only interested in where their next meal is coming from, but not Marvin and Milo! They want to know much more. They want to find out how the world works and why things float, fly and fall. In their quest for knowledge these clever creatures perform loads of fun and fascinating experiments. The great thing is that you can do them all too! Learn how to make a hovercraft, a spinning rocket, a home-made sunset and a musical coat hanger, plus lots more! Published in association with the Institute of Physics.

Science As It Could Have Been

Author: Lena Soler
Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Press
ISBN: 0822981157
Size: 17.17 MB
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Science As It Could Have Been from the Author: Lena Soler. Could all or part of our taken-as-established scientific conclusions, theories, experimental data, ontological commitments, and so forth have been significantly different? Science as It Could Have Been focuses on a crucial issue that contemporary science studies have often neglected: the issue of contingency within science. It considers a number of case studies, past and present, from a wide range of scientific disciplines—physics, biology, geology, mathematics, and psychology—to explore whether components of human science are inevitable, or if we could have developed an alternative successful science based on essentially different notions, conceptions, and results. Bringing together a group of distinguished contributors in philosophy, sociology, and history of science, this edited volume offers a comprehensive analysis of the contingency/inevitability problem and a lively and up-to-date portrait of current debates in science studies.

Human Evolution

Author: Brian Regal
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1851094180
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Human Evolution from the Author: Brian Regal. Arranged in chronological order, traces the history of debates surrounding theories of human evolution from the first natural philosophers to the present day.

Mystery Fanfare

Author: Michael L. Cook
Publisher: Popular Press
ISBN: 9780879722302
Size: 47.16 MB
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Mystery Fanfare from the Author: Michael L. Cook. This work is a composite index of the complete runs of all mystery and detective fan magazines that have been published, through 1981. Added to it are indexes of many magazines of related nature. This includes magazines that are primarily oriented to boys' book collecting, the paperbacks, and the pulp magazine hero characters, since these all have a place in the mystery and detective genre.

Creature Features

Author: John Stanley
Publisher: Berkley Publishing Group
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Creature Features from the Author: John Stanley. Brand new updated edition of the only true bible for sci-fi, fantasy and horror movie buffs. Shockers, schlockers, blockbusters, bombs, cult raves, rare gems, classics, groundbreakers, gorefests, space operas, sorcery and everything else in between! And yes, it does include Euro-splatter.