Oxygen!

Oxygen!
Once enough to serve seven billion people on Earth, the green planet is showing alarming signs of running low on human and animal life’s elixir: oxygen. A team of researchers discovers the unpopular truth during work in the Himalayas and the mountains of northern India. Is this a defining Darwinian moment for mankind?

Governments are desperately trying to prevent the news from spreading, and no means are off-limits. Secrecy and misdirection while preparing for the worst case dominate the crisis management. The scientists themselves are getting into the line of fire and are becoming targets. But is there more to their role than meets the eye? And then there is a mysterious businessman in Hong Kong who somehow seems to be pulling strings in the background. What is his game plan? $1.94 on Kindle.

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Free: Behind Civilisation

Free: Behind Civilisation
Darwin’s evolution theory revolutionises our understanding of the biological world. In parallel, this book is a critical breakthrough in scientific philosophy, uniting social science with natural science and further science with philosophy. It revolutionises our view on nature, particularly on civilisation, demonstrating that the laws governing the universe also govern civilisation. Free on Kindle.

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Free: STUFF: The Fortunes, Foibles, and Fiascos of Those Who Sought to Understand Matter

Free: STUFF: The Fortunes, Foibles, and Fiascos of Those Who Sought to Understand Matter
From Archimedes’ bathtub to Schrödinger’s cat, the reader follows the dramatic and humorous events in the history of the ongoing struggle to understand the basic nature of matter and, in the process, painlessly absorbs all the major concepts of middle school physical science.

The structure of the book takes advantage of the fact that basic concepts about the nature of matter were discovered in roughly the same sequence they are taught. The book begins with the ancient Greeks, who first talked about atoms from a viewpoint that was more philosophical than scientific. The story of the next 2,000 years highlights the events and characters in the history of the study of matter. The book ends on the note that all the knowledge we have gained has led us back to asking philosophical questions such as, “Why does matter exist?” The tone is one of whimsy, weirdness, and irreverence. Although historical events are embellished or even completely fabricated for comic effect, it is always clear that the science is accurate. I see the book as a supplement to a middle school physical science class. It should appeal to students who can’t get enough of science and to those looking for something less boring than their textbook. Free on Kindle.

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Chausiku Dark Soul of the Clans (Book Two)

Chausiku Dark Soul of the Clans (Book Two)

Chassie has discovered the six powerful clans across the world and inherited her supernatural abilities. She fought and won a major battle but her intuition tells her that the war isn’t over. The clans have a secret…and Rasul has a secret weapon. $0.99 on Kindle.

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The Forgotten

The Forgotten
No one argued when their children were sent to live on the other side of the bridge. No one questioned why. This is the way it’s been for as long as anyone can remember. Are some things better left forgotten? $0.99 on Kindle.

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