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Poison Spring: The Secret History of Pollution and the EPA (Audiobook)

Poison Spring: The Secret History of Pollution and the EPA (Audiobook)

Poison Spring: The Secret History of Pollution and the EPA (Audiobook) By E. G. Vallianatos with McKay Jenkins, read by Michael McConnahie Unabridged edition 2014 | 9 hours and 47 minutes | ISBN: n/a , ASIN: B00JEI7L4W | MP3 64 kbps (vbr) | 284 MB Imagine walking into a restaurant and finding chlorinated hydrocarbon pesticides, or neonicotinoid insecticides listed in the description of your entree. They may not be printed in the menu, but many are in your food.These are a few of the literally millions of pounds of approved synthetic substances dumped into the environment every day, not just in the US but around the world. They seep into our water supply, are carried thousands of miles by wind and rain from the site of application, remain potent long after they are deposited, and constitute, in the words of one scientist, “biologic death bombs with a delayed time fuse and which may prove to be, in the long run, as dangerous to the existence of mankind as the arsenal of atom bombs”. All of these poisons are…

Coast to Coast – 2014-07-16 – Psychic Experiences, Anunnaki Architecture

Coast to Coast – 2014-07-16 – Psychic Experiences, Anunnaki Architecture

Guests: Linda Salvin, Marshall Klarfeld, Open Lines During the first half of the show, psychic Linda Salvin, with a PhD in metaphysics and a lifetime of bizarre experiences, detailed her development of psychic gifts, and her work as a healer, reader, and channeler. In 1981, she had her first premonition, correctly sensing that the plane she was about to board had a crack in it. The plane ended up cracking in half, and crash landing at John Wayne Airport, she recounted. As she ran on a field near the plane, she had an OBE, seeing the scene from 50 ft. off the ground as a soft voice spoke to her. Salvin has theorized that traumatic events open up spiritual aspects in the brain. During an NDE she had after a car accident in 1984, she experienced being in a “white light,” and the sensation that her brain was divided into four pieces like a pie, with mental, physical, spiritual, and emotional sections. One of the first persons she was able to heal metaphysically was a woman with multiple…

The Heist (Gabriel Allon #14) – Daniel Silva – audiobook

The Heist (Gabriel Allon #14) – Daniel Silva – audiobook

The Heist (Gabriel Allon #14) – Daniel Silva – audiobook [2014/MP3/64]| Size : 333.356 MB Gabriel Allon, art restorer and occasional spy, searches for a stolen masterpiece by Caravaggio in #1 New York Times bestselling author Daniel Silva’s latest action-packed tale of high stakes international intrigue. Sometimes the best way to find a stolen masterpiece is to steal another one . . . Master novelist Daniel Silva has thrilled readers with sixteen thoughtful and gripping spy novels featuring a diverse cast of compelling characters and ingenious plots that have taken them around the globe and back—from the United States to Europe, Russia to the Middle East. His brilliant creation, Gabriel Allon—art restorer, assassin, spy—has joined the pantheon of great fictional secret agents, including George Smiley, Jack Ryan, Jason Bourne, and Simon Templar. Following the success of his smash hit The English Girl, Daniel Silva returns with another powerhouse of a novel that showcases his outstanding skill and brilliant imagination, and is sure to be a must read for both his multitudes of fans and growing legions of converts.…

Brian Fagan – Cro-Magnon; How the Ice Age Gave Birth to the First Modern Humans

Brian Fagan – Cro-Magnon; How the Ice Age Gave Birth to the First Modern Humans

Brian Fagan – Cro-Magnon; How the Ice Age Gave Birth to the First Modern Humans| Size : 351.534 MB – Cro-Magnon; How the Ice Age Gave Birth to the First Modern Humans   Cro-Magnons were the first fully modern Europeans, not only the creators of the stunning cave paintings at Lascaux and elsewhere, but the most adaptable and technologically inventive people that had yet lived on earth. The prolonged encounter between the Cro-Magnons and the archaic Neanderthals and between 45,000 and 30,000 years ago was one of the defining moments of history. The Neanderthals survived for some 15,000 years in the face of the newcomers, but were finally pushed aside by the Cro-Magnons’ vastly superior intellectual abilities and cutting-edge technologies, which allowed them to thrive in the intensely challenging climate of the Ice Age. What do we know about this remarkable takeover? Who were the first modern Europeans and what were they like? How did they manage to thrive in such an extreme environment? And what legacy did they leave behind them after the cold millennia? The age…

Martin Rees – Just Six Numbers

Martin Rees – Just Six Numbers

Martin Rees – Just Six Numbers| Size : 41.352 MB – Just Six Numbers   One of the world’s leading experts on cosmic evolution shows how the universe can be explained by just six numbers. How was it that a single ‘genesis event’ could create billions of galaxies, black holes, stars and planets? How did atoms assemble here on Earth, and per- haps on other worlds – into living beings that were intricate enough to ponder their own purpose?

Amir D  Aczel – Present at the Creation

Amir D  Aczel – Present at the Creation

Amir D  Aczel – Present at the Creation| Size : 115.783 MB The Large Hadron Collider is the biggest, and by far the most powerful, machine ever built. A project of CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, its audacious purpose is to re-create, in a 16.5-mile-long circular tunnel under the French-Swiss countryside, the immensely hot and dense conditions that existed some 13.7 billion years ago within the first trillionth of a second after the fiery birth of our universe. The collider is now crashing protons at record energy levels never created by scientists before, and it will reach even higher levels by 2013. Its superconducting magnets guide two beams of protons in opposite directions around the track. After accelerating the beams to 99.9999991 percent of the speed of light, it collides the protons head-on, annihilating them in a flash of energy sufficient—in accordance with Einstein’s elegant statement of mass-energy equivalence, E=mc2—to coalesce into a shower of particles and phenomena that have not existed since the first moments of creation. Within the LHC’s detectors, scientists hope to see…

Bill Bryson – A Short History of Nearly Everything

Bill Bryson – A Short History of Nearly Everything

Bill Bryson – A Short History of Nearly Everything| Size : 314.628 MB – A Short History of Nearly Everything Bryson is not a scientist, but rather a curious and observant writer who, several years ago, realized that he couldn’t tell a quark from a quasar, or a proton from a protein. Bryson set out to cure his ignorance of things scientific, and the result was “A Short History of Nearly Everything,” which was originally published in 2003. For readers who are new to science and its history, “A Short History of Nearly Everything” contains one remarkable revelation after another. It is amazing how enormous, tiny, complex and just plain weird the universe is. Learning about “everything” is a humbling experience, and I kept thinking of Stephen Crane’s blank verse:  “A man said to the Universe: ‘Sir, I exist!’ ‘However,’ replied the Universe, ‘the fact has not created in me a sense of obligation.’” Just as engaging as Bryson’s story of what we know is the parallel story of how we know it–from the first clever experiments to…

Bill Bryson – Notes from a Small Island

Bill Bryson – Notes from a Small Island

Bill Bryson – Notes from a Small Island| Size : 323.142 MB – Notes from a Small Island   Bryson wrote Notes from a Small Island when he decided to move back to his native United States, but wanted to take one final trip around Great Britain, which had been his home for over twenty years. Bryson covers all corners of the island observing and talking to people from as far afield as Exeter in the West Country to John O’Groats at the north-eastern tip of Scotland’s mainland. During this trip he insisted on using only public transport, but failed on two occasions: in Oxfordshire and on the journey to John O’ Groats he had to rent a car. On his way, Bryson provides historical information on the places he visits, and expresses amazement at the heritage in Britain, stating that there were 445,000 listed historical buildings, 12,000 medieval churches, 1,500,000 acres (600,000 ha) of common land, 120,000 miles (190,000 km) of footpaths and public rights-of-way, 600,000 known sites of archaeological interest and that in his Yorkshire village…