Free science Kindle books for 30 Dec 18

MANAGE YOUR BACK PAIN: Confidently manage your Back Pain, Treatment and Rehabilitation

by Justin Affleck

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Back Pain is not a laughing matter and by understanding more about your Back Pain, you can work together with your practitioner to find ways you can best treat it or at the very least get it under control.



How Fast? How Far? How Big?: Fun Facts about Speed, Distance and Size in Our Solar System and Universe. (Children’s Fun Learning Series Book 1)

by James Olah

Often in science facts are taught but children have a hard time relating to such facts. In this book I seek to explain in understandable ways such things as the speed of light and size of stars and the distance between the sun and planets. Take a daring trip to the nearest star and jump into the center of the earth and sun. Making discovery fun is what this book is about.
Added in this edition is a chapter on Binary Star JO806. Find out what is so exciting about this Binary Star. It’s hard to believe, but true.



Erection-Correction

by Dr. Pankaj Kumar

Erectile dysfunction can be a sign of a physical or psychological condition. It can cause stress, relationship strain and low self-confidence.
The main symptom is a man’s inability to get or keep an erection firm enough for sexual intercourse.
Patients suffering from erectile dysfunction should first be evaluated for any underlying physical and psychological conditions. If treatment of the underlying conditions doesn’t help, medication and assistive devices, such as pumps, can be prescribed.



Air & space: The mig 17 mystique

by Josef Henry

NESTLED AMONG the pre-1920 aircraft
at the Smithsonian National Air and
Space Museum’s Steven F. Udvar-Hazy
Center are two recent arrivals, donated
by the late Javier Arango. Unlike their
heavy metal neighbors, they’re small,
fabric-covered airplanes from 100 years
ago and more. Each is an icon of early
flightâ??a Blériot XI, from the years
before World War I; and a Sopwith
Camel, perhaps the most famous
fighter of the war.
Arango, a scholar of World War I
aviation, had amassed one of the
world’s finest collections. A board
member and donor to the Museum, he
had recently sponsored its World War I
centennial programs, including an art
exhibit, concerts, family days, and a
film festival. Arango died last April. His
final gifts to the American people were
the impeccably restored Camel and
Blériot. Even in Arango’s exemplary
collection, these two are unique.
After the Wright Flyers of 1903-1908,
theBlériotXIisarguablythemostpivotal
aircraft of the pre-World War I period.
Louis Blériot stunned the world with his
flight across the English Channel on July
25,1909.Almostaloneamongearlyflying
machines,thedesignpresagesthemodern
airplane: a single wing on a slender fuse-
lage,withstabilizerandrudderintherear,
engine and propeller in the front. It was
builtandflownbypioneersinEurope,the
Americas, Asia, and Africa. It performed
the first loop. It was the primary trainer
of French pilots in World War I.
But the Blériot that Arango donated
is not just any Blériot. It’s known as
the VanDersarl Blériot, named for the
two brothers from Colorado who built
it between 1909 and 1911. It’s a flying
time capsule from a unique period
in early aviation. “[It represents]
that next level of people below the
Wrights, Curtiss, Blériot, Farmanâ??
the hundreds and hundreds of people
who were just building airplanes out
of the local hardware store in the back
yard,” says Museum chief curator
Peter Jakab. “Many of them were
copies of the well-known airplanes.”
But even among those early
Above: In 2012,
more than 100
years ater it was
originally built,
the restored
VanDersarl Blériot
lew with Javier
Arango at the
controls. Right:
Arango, in 2014,
in a reproduction
Sopwith Camel,
in Paso Robles,
Califo



The Consciousness of the Atom

by Alice Bailey

Discusses the scientific relation of matter and consciousness as evolution progressively affects the atomic substance of all forms. This book talks about how the atom emerges as a miniature but complete replica of the energy structure common to all forms of life – cosmic, planetary, human and subhuman.



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