Free science Kindle books for 11 Dec 18

Proper Bench Press Form: The Beginnerâ??s Guide to Warm-Up, Technique, and Injury Prevention

by Nicholas Gallo

The Bench Press is a staple exercise for any weight lifter. Most often, it is performed incorrectly and this leads to injury. In my experience three things lead to someone getting injured: not warming up correctly, performing incorrect form, and not taking the necessary injury preventions steps afterwards.In this publication I go in depth on clinically proven exercises for warm up and injury prevention. I have prescribed the exercises included to patients over the years that had a goal of bench pressing pain free. I also break down the proper technique for bench press using a systematic approach so that you can avoid poor technique. In my experience, poor technique leads to preventable injury. Techniques are broken down for bench press with dumbbells and barbells so that you can apply it regardless of the setting. A bonus chapter is also included to break down the ideal technique for incline bench press because there ARE some key differences between the two.Whether you are a beginner or an experienced lifter it is important to know proper technique and how to take care of your body. By reading this guide, I hope that you find the satisfaction in knowing that you are implementing the correct strategies to have proper technique with the bench press. I do not want to see you sidelined by injuries that you can aim to prevent! It is important to do as much as possible to try and avoid preventable injuries before they occur.



Depression Unchain your Self: Totally Utterly Defeat Chronic Depression A course to defeat Depression

by Leslie William

Depression A new way found 2 Totally Utterly Defeat Chronic Depression. A course a path back to the sun and fun. If you have a friend or know of a person in the depths of despair please buy this book for them. Depression is a monster. And not a single human being deserves to be left in the DARK. The writer of this book has walked the valley of depression and climbed out of it. This is a path back to life.



The Complete Diabetes Diet Guide Book: All You Need to Know to Prevent and Reverse Diabetes. Bonus â?? 50 Delicious & Healthy Recipes for Diabetes Diet.

by Miranda Scott

If you are reading these lines, you want to reverse your diabetes. YOU Can Do It!

Finding out that you have diabetes immediately raises questions about the condition, its treatment, and its impact on your future. Why did I get diabetes? What will I have to do to treat it? How will my future health be affected by having diabetes? What will my life be like? Getting accurate answers to these and many other questions will determine how well you are able to live with diabetes.

It’s an easy-to-understand resource that explains not only the types of diabetes treatment but also every aspect of diabetes self-management

The author of the book The Complete Diabetes Diet Guide Book describes in detail the causes of the disease and provides practical advice for preventing diabetes. 

Miranda Scott offers a simple way through which patients with diabetes can live a full life and be happy. 

After reading this book, you will be able to understand the disease, find out about the common myths and misconceptions which hinder optimal disease management.

This  book Guide Book helps reduce prevalence of diabetes among adults and children. 

Here Is A Preview Of What You’ll Learn about: 

  • Reasons for diabetes
  • Types of diabetes
  • List of Foods Good for Diabetes
  • List of foods to avoid
  • Tips and tricks to keep in control
  • Glycemic Indexes and Food Chart

And Bonus!

50 Delicious & Healthy Recipes for Diabetes Diet!

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Venus

by The Science Geek

The planet Venus is our nearest neighbour, the planet closest to the Earth in size and internal composition, and the brightest object in our sky besides the Sun. Often called Earth’s sister planet, Venus is a mysterious object whose secrets were not unlocked until the 1960s.

Chapter 1 focuses on how Venus appears from Earth. The 584-day cycle where Venus goes through a full set of phases like the Moon is explained in detail. The fact that Venus’s phases can only be explained by a heliocentric theory and not the geocentric theory, something which was very important to the development of astronomy, is discussed.

Chapter 2 talks about the early depiction of Venus in science fiction as a world on which exotic life forms lived. It then goes on to talk about the later exploration of the Venus by spacecraft, which discovered a harsh hostile world, where the surface temperature is nearly five hundred degrees Celsius and the atmospheric pressure is a crushing 92 times that of Earth.

In Chapter 3, I discuss the â??transit of Venus’, an astronomical event in which Venus appears to cross the surface of the Sun. Observations of the transit of Venus were critical to the development of astronomy in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.

The remainder of the book discusses what humans would need to do to live on Venus.



You Can Do Math: Arithmetic Sequences

by Sunil Tanna

A detailed guide to arithmetic sequences (also known as arithmetic progressions), including how to identify them, how to find the terms, creating formulae to describe the terms of an arithmetic sequences, calculating the sum and mean of an sequence, and more. Easy-to-follow step-by-step explanations, numerous examples, and 80 questions and answers – including showing you to solve each question and reach the answer.

Topics include:

INTRODUCING ARITHMETIC SEQUENCES
What is a Sequence?
What is an Arithmetic Sequence?
Checking if a Sequence is an Arithmetic Sequence
Finding the Common Difference of an Arithmetic Sequence from Adjacent Terms
Finding the Common Difference of an Arithmetic Sequence from Non-Adjacent Terms
Finding the Next Terms in an Arithmetic Sequence
Finding the Previous Terms in an Arithmetic Sequence
Finding Missing Terms in an Arithmetic Sequence

FINDING AND USING THE FORMULA FOR A PARTICULAR ARITHMETIC SEQUENCE
Finding the Formula
Using the Formula to Find a Particular Term
Using the Formula to Check Whether and Where a Particular Term is in a Sequence
Using the Formula to Find the First Term Greater Than a Target Value
Using the Formula to Find the First Term Less Than a Target Value

A GENERAL FORMULA FOR THE TERMS IN AN ARITHMETIC SEQUENCE
Creating the Formula
Using the Formula
Finding the Values of a and d

CALCULATING THE SUM AND MEAN OF AN ARITHMETIC SEQUENCE
Gauss at Elementary School
Generating a Formula for the Sum of Arithmetic Sequence
Using the Sum Formula
Finding the Sum of Ranges of Terms within an Arithmetic Sequence
Generating a Formula for the Arithmetic Mean of an Arithmetic Sequence
Simultaneous Equations Involving the Sum and/or Mean



Inorganic Constituents in Soil: Basics and Visuals

by Masami Nanzyo

This open access book is a must-read for students of and beginners in soil science. In a well-organized and easy-to-follow manner, it provides basic outlines of soil minerals, new methods and recent developments in the field, with a special focus on visual aids.

The chapters on primary minerals, secondary minerals, non-crystalline inorganic constituents and inorganic constituents sensitive to varying redox conditions will help readers understand the basic components of soils. Further, readers are introduced to new analytical methods with the aid of microscopy and recent developments in the field. Uniquely, the book features case studies on the identification and isolation methods for vivianite crystals from paddy field soils, as well as a useful procedure for identifying noncrystalline constituents such as volcanic glasses and plant opals, which can also be applied to other soils depending on the local conditions.

Given its focus and coverage, the book will be useful to all readers who are interested in agronomy, plant production science, agricultural chemistry and environmental science. 

In addition, it can help biogeochemists further expand their research work on the rhizosphere of wetland plant roots, iron and phosphate dynamics, etc.



From Beyond Our World, The Profound Message

by M.G. Hawking

While deep in the Great Range of the Himalaya, the author and his companions experienced three encounters with individuals they believe to have been the true Ri-iha-mo, the fabled “mountain celestials” of ancient Himalayan legends. Experience these extraordinary encounters for yourself and explore the profound message conveyed by the Ri-iha-mo.

Throughout the Himalayan regions of Asia, there have endured remarkable accounts of “celestial beings” who, having arrived from “another world” in an antediluvian era of prehistory, still dwell in a concealed inner region of the immense frozen fortress of the Great Range. Are these ubiquitous legends merely myths? Or are they representative of some vaguely remembered reality passed down through generations beyond count?

Absent an ember, there can be no smoke; there is a kernel of truth in all such ancient legends and they cannot be easily, or wisely, dismissed, especially in light of today’s astronomical knowledge. Current estimates of the number of planets in the known universe is 80 sextillion (an 8 with 22 zeros behind it) (JPL/Caltech, 2016).

In the largest sense, this book deals with fundamental concepts about our world as expressed to us by the Ri-iha-mo. The average person’s perceptual concepts of day-to-day “reality” do not have, nor have ever had, a fixed ontology. Multiple versions of “reality” are presented and enacted theoretically by the natural sciences, the social sciences, political science, as well as by various theologies. And those multiple ontologies clash in many profound aspects.

By shaping our understanding of the world, concepts influence not only the reality we live in, but the reality we aspire to live in. And yet, those concepts have neither given nor fixed identities, but only contested and largely precarious histories. The concepts we have so far accepted about “reality” have led us to the present global situation as well as our personal life situation, and the concepts we accept about reality will be crucial to the sort of world we will inhabit in the future.

Some valuable ideas have been suggested to study those multiple concepts of “reality”â??they consider it this way: The driving question is no longer â??what is the truth?’, but â??what result does any given concept have in practice?’ This is a practical and effective approach. And herein lies the value of this bookâ??the concepts explained to us by the Ri-iha-mo penetrate to a deep and perhaps most fundamental level of reality. Their concepts point to a new paradigm; of ideas, of realizations, of a profoundly deeper understanding of our world, e.g.:

The Universe is a living thing, a cosmic unity of conscious process rather than a chaotic array of unrelated parts, as most of your species believe.” â??Proci, a Celestial

Transcribed directly from the journals of explorer M.G. Hawking’s sixty-two months in the Himalayas, this book contains detailed narratives of the conversations the author and his companions had with the actual Ri-iha-mo, the legendary celestials, or “mountain goddesses,” as the Tibetan term translates. During their second and third encounters, the Ri-iha-mo disclosed extraordinary knowledge about our universe, our planet, and our true nature, wisdom that can greatly assist in understanding ourselves, our world, and our role and power in creating precisely the life we desire.

An incomparable book for anyone interested in greatly expanding their knowledge and personal power, and deeply rewarding for those fascinated with the endless ancient accounts of extraterrestrial influences. New Release, Kindle e-reader page count 320 (estimated). For more information, see the â??Look Inside’ feature on this page.

Library-Data: ancient legends, ancient mysteries, extraterrestrials, higher knowledge, esoteric powers, psi, cosmology



A Food Diary, Sodium, and Blood Pressure Log

by Yuchi Yang RD

Record Daily Food Diary, Sodium Intake, and Blood Pressure For More Than 3 Months



A Food Diary, Sodium, And Blood Pressure Log For Expecting Moms

by Yuchi Yang RD

Record Daily Food Diary, Sodium Intake, and Blood Pressure For More Than 3 Months



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