Free science Kindle books for 03 Sep 18

Essential Oils and Aromatherapy: How to Use Essential Oils to Lose Weight, Relieve Stress, and Heal Your Body

by Katherine Brewer

Essential Oils and Aromatherapy

Essential oils have received a lot of hype in the last few years, with beauty experts, health gurus, and celebrities alike raving about the myriad benefits of these natural products. You might have wondered what exactly essential oils are, why they are so fantastic, and how you can use them at home.

This book provides a comprehensive guide to not only understanding essential oils, but also in how to use them. By reading this book you’ll learn:
– How essential oils are produced
– How to purchase and store oils
– Best techniques to enjoy the aromas and powers of these oils
– Most commonly used essential oils

This book will also give you essential oil recipes for
– Weight loss
– Reducing stress and anxiety
– Pain Relief
– Skin and hair care
– Allergy relief
and much more!

Consider adding essential oils to your basket of home health remedies, and start gathering a collection of these high-powered (and great smelling!) oils today.

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Hyper: Changing the way you think about, plan, and execute business intelligence for real results, real fast!

by Gregory P. Steffine


Today, an organization’s survival ultimately rests on how well (and fast!) it creates value. That’s why decision-makers consistently rate business intelligence as one of their top investment priorities. They depend on information to help them compete in a world where disruption is a constant and speed an obsession. But recognizing the need for BI is one thing. Effectively using it to create value is an entirely different matter.

Hyper is the essential quick-read guide for busy business and IT professionals struggling to make BI work. Packed with pragmatic advice, proven methods, and real-world tools, this book provides straight talk on how to finally deliver BI in a hyper-responsive, hyper-agile, and hyper-flexible way. Inside you will discover:

– Ways to overcome the 4 primary challenges associated with BI planning and execution
– Methods to create, validate, and communicate requirements that accelerate decision-making
– How to deliver quick wins that drive end-user adoption and long-lasting solutions

Plus, you’ll find practical tips from years of hands-on field work. Hyper will change the way you think about, plan, and execute BI. For real results, real fast!


“The Age Of The Customer Demands A New Approach To BI Planning and Execution” by Boris Evelson, Vice President and Principal Analyst | Forrester Research, Inc.

Section 1 – Understanding BI
– Chapter 1 – Value Creation
– Chapter 2 – The BI Value Chain
– Chapter 3 – Value Enablers
– Chapter 4 – The Problem with BI

Section 2 – The Imperatives for Success
– Chapter 5 – Addressing the Problem with BI
– Chapter 6 – Unify
– Chapter 7 – Simplify
– Chapter 8 – Amplify
– Chapter 9 – Qualify
– Chapter 10 – The Importance of Collaboration

Section 3 – Methods to Accelerate Planning
– Chapter 11 – Building Requirements for Quick Wins and Beyond
– Chapter 12 – Painting the Big Picture
– Chapter 13 – Prioritizing Mission-Critical Information Needs
– Chapter 14 – Building the Information Universe
– Chapter 15 – Validating the Information Model
– Chapter 16 – Bridging the Gap Between Business and IT
– Chapter 17 – Mapping the Data
– Chapter 18 – Creating the Execution Plan
– Chapter 19 – Documenting Your Findings

Section 4 – Ways to Accelerate Execution
– Chapter 20 – Be Quick and Nimble
– Chapter 21 – Socialize, Market and Sell
– Chapter 22 – Monitor, Evaluate and Evolve
– Chapter 23 – Bringing It All Together

Section 5 – Beyond Planning and Execution
– Chapter 24 – Effective Group Facilitation
– Chapter 25 – Thoughts On Information Delivery
– Chapter 26 – Another Perspective on Big Data
– Chapter 27 – Working With Consultants
– Chapter 28 – Characteristics of a Hyper Mindset
– Chapter 29 – A Final Word

Recommended Resources
– Websites
– Research Community
– Professional Services Organizations
– Specialists

Local Warming: An almanac of American climate change

by Thomas Munro

Did the winter feel more like fall in your town? Does it seem like there are more weirdly warm than weirdly cool months where you live? Do heat waves seem to be more severe? You may wonder how your experience of the weather in your city relates to the global phenomenon of climate change. “Local warming” makes answers to this question easily accessible for the first time.

Unseasonable, odd, even unprecedented weather is part of the lived experience of the vast majority of Americans. Yet the phrase “global warming” is rarely uttered on the nightly weather report. It is this disconnect between the powerful, unsettling lived experience of a changing climate and the bogeyman of “climate change” that inspired this book. “Local Warming” presents and compares in charts, graphs, and an explanatory narrative the local climate changes nearly every American is experiencing.

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N.B. Due to problems with Amazon’s e-book upload, you will not see a table of contents in the preview, but you will see it when you download the book. While I’m working to resolve this problem, here are highlights from the contents:

*Notes on the Data, which explains the source and time scale of the data (page 7 in preview)
*The 115 Largest Cities, which gives temperature histories and analysis of the 100 largest cities (minus one for lack of data) and the largest city in each of the states not on that list. This includes: Albuquerque, Anaheim/Santa Ana/Irvine, Anchorage, Arlington, Atlanta, Austin, Bakersfield, Baltimore, Baton Rouge, Billings, Birmingham, Boise, Boston, Bridgeport, Buffalo, Burlington, Charleston, SC, Charleston, WV, Charlotte, Cheyenne, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Colorado Springs, Columbus, Corpus Christi, Dallas/Plano/Irving/Garland, Denver/Aurora, Des Moines, Detroit, El Paso, Fargo, Fort Wayne, Fort Worth, Fremont, Fresno, Greensboro, Honolulu, Houston, Indianapolis, Jackson, Jacksonville, Kansas City, Las Vegas/Henderson/North Las Vegas, Lexington, Lincoln, Little Rock, Long Beach, Los Angeles, Louisville, Lubbock, Madison, Manchester, Memphis, Miami/Hialeah, Milwaukee, Minneapolis/Saint Paul, Nashville, New Orleans, New York City, Newark/Jersey City, Norfolk, Oakland, Oklahoma City, Omaha, Orlando, Philadelphia, Phoenix/Chandler/Glendale/Gilbert/Mesa, Pittsburgh, Portland, ME, Portland, OR, Providence, Raleigh/Durham, Reno, Richmond, Riverside/San Bernardino, Sacramento, Salt Lake City, San Antonio, San Diego/Chula Vista, San Francisco, San Jose, Scottsdale, Seattle, Sioux Falls, St. Louis, St. Petersburg, Stockton, Tampa, Toledo, Tucson, Tulsa, Virginia Beach, Washington, DC, Wichita, Wilmington, and Winston Salem (begins on page 12 in preview)
*The 50 States, which gives 123-year temperature histories and analysis of the 50 states (this and the following section are outside preview, but check out for sample pages)
*Comparative Charts. Included are:
–Cities by % of months above normal high, 2011-2017
–Cities by % of months above normal average, 2011-2017
–Cities by 2011-2017 average high departure
–Cities by 2011-2017 average temperature departure
–Cities by 2016 high temperature departure
–Cities by 2016 average temperature departure
–Cities by 2017 high temperature departure
–Cities by 2017 average temperature departure
–Cities by extreme temperature months
–Cities by warmest single year of 2011-2017 (highs)
–Cities by warmest single year of 2011-2017 (averages)
–Warmest months on average by region (by average temp)
–Coolest months on average by region (by average temp)
–States by 50-, 30-, 20- and 10-year average high vs. long-term norm
–States by 2016 average high vs. long-term norm
–States by 2017 average high vs. long-term norm

Survival Medicine Handbook: 20 First-aid Lessons In Case Of Emergency + All Things You Should Have In Your Medicine Kit

by Nathan Leon

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20 First-aid Lessons In Case Of Emergency + All Things You Should Have In Your Medicine Kit

There is no doubt that knowing some first aid skills can make the difference between life and death in a variety of situations. Whether you are someone who likes to hike through the mountains or stay closer to home; there is a place for learning the basics of good first aid and how to react in an emergency.

Although you may pray that you never need to use these skills, you may also feel surprisingly empowered once you have taken the time to discover the best and most effective way of treating a variety of issues; even when in a survival situation.

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