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The Latin phrase "Nullius in Verba" has been the motto of Britain’s famous Royal Society – one of the oldest learned societies in the world – since the 17th century. It means that we should not accept that something is true based solely on anyone’s word regardless of his or her authority or stature. Sutton has brought his considerable expertise in understanding what causes crimes of...
Published: Jul. 26, 2014
Bellevue Psychiatric Hospital's Ward 8 North and Karen Horney Clinic came to life at a time when the first step in treatment was to don an orange jumpsuit with the word “PSYCHO” stenciled in huge letters on the back. Not your typical sensationalist psych ward horror story where the staff is more demented than the patients, Four Ghosts in a Mad House is an engaging true-life story about the...
Published: Apr. 5, 2013
Walt Disney popularized imagineering—a combination of “imagination” and “engineering”—to describe the design and development of functional, visionary public places. California is home to some of these projects, including one of the United States’ most iconic landmarks: the Golden Gate Bridge. In Macro-Imagineering Coastal California’s 21st Century Prosperity , macro-engineer Richard B. Cathcart...
Published: Apr. 2, 2013
Do parallel worlds exist? Searching for proof, Professors Rodger & Cassie Swift vanish. Kestrelle, a spirit-like girl claiming to know their fate, tells their son Braden he must brave a whitewater tooth-sprouting river into a land where wise vultures predict the future and blue minds inhabit lava caves. Only two powers can help: Kestrelle's Blood Thorn and Braden's vine-painted guitar. ...
Published: Feb. 8, 2013
On July 20, 1969, NASA forever changed human history when astronauts first stepped on the Moon. But what happened after that fateful footstep? How did NASA change from a pioneering organization into a members-only bureaucracy that stifles scientific thought? Dr. J. Marvin Herndon tackles this question in his book, NASA’s Science: A Betrayal of Trust. Herndon cites examples of NASA neglect and...
Published: Sep. 15, 2012
If you’ve ever seen a shooting star, perhaps you’ve glimpsed a hint of our planet’s composition. Dr. J. Marvin Herndon explores the connection between meteors and the Earth’s core in his book, What Meteorites Tell Us About Earth. Herndon traces the historical highlights of meteorite investigations from “sky stones” documented in the late fifteenth century up through scientific discoveries of...
Published: Aug. 3, 2012
"For nearly half a century, the planetesimal theory dominated scientific thought about Earth's formation. Earth and other planets were thought to have formed from dust grains that collided and stuck together, becoming progressively larger bodies and finally planets. But there was confusion; the pieces in this theory did not match critical observations about the Earth’s composition. Dr. J. Marvin...
Published: Apr. 19, 2012
The last 200 years have seen major discoveries in determining how the Earth formed, but until now, a unifying theory did not exist. In this ebook, Dr. J. Marvin Herndon puts his forth his theory of the Earth’s formation and how that determined some of our planet’s characteristics, namely the geomagnetic field. Learn more about what the magnetic field does, how it protects us from the Sun, why the...
Published: Feb. 16, 2012
How did the Earth form? What's inside the Earth's core? Are we really running out of oil? Is there one theory that explains all the physical observations we see in our planet's geography, topology and oceanography? Dr. J. Marvin Herndon presents a unifying theory about the Earth's formation and composition in volume 1 of the Indivisible Earth series: Consequences of Earth's Formation as a...
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