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Based on the BBC program Nigel Slater explores tectonic plates
An exploration of pseudoscience looks at such topics as the power of crystals, the UFO phenomenon, and the interpretation of the Bible as accurate science.
This work presents an eye-opening and vital account of the future of our earth and our civilisation if current rates of global warming persist, by the highly acclaimed author of "High Tide"
Book of the history of photography and the straight forward accout of the craft of photography
Aimed at professionally qualified practitioners and students, this work addresses key aspects of the three-year social work training programme
Black Holes violate some of the most sacrosanct laws of the natural world, and represent the ultimate unknowable where time and space end. Black Holes are far beyond anything met in nature that they turn science into science-fiction
A psychologist examines the validity of his science's claim to be of practical use in human affairs.
With an introduction by Philip Pullman, award-winning science writers Mary and John Gribbin reveal how "Pullman's His Dark Materials" trilogy ("Northern Lights", "The Subtle Knife" and "The Amber Spyglass") is rooted in astonishing scientific truth
Sava's book is concerned with healing criminal tendencies by surgery and provides ten human case histories with a prologue and epilogue. The subjects are from all walks of life but each one has been guilty of crime or anti-social behaviour.
This pack contains two complete practice exams plus detailed answers. They exactly match the course content and style of the current Foundation Level GCSE Additional Science exams for the OCR Gateway exam board
Profound changes in chemistry have taken place in the twentieth century. The main areas are atomic and molecular structure, stereochemistry, energetics and kinetics, acids and bases, the chemical elements, and organic reaction mechanisms.
Why Don't Penguins' Feet Freeze? is the latest compilation of readers' answers to the questions in the 'Last Word' column of New Scientist, the world's best-selling science weekly
An in-depth but introductory discussion and explanation of psychology and its origins with substantial reference to many earlier writers and scientific works.
The use of psychometric tests in selection and assessment procedures is on the rise. This work enables the reader to see the different types of question that come up and how to improve their technique
Philosophy Made Simple will be of particular interest to students beginning degree courses in philosophy and to those who are studying it as an ancillary subject within courses such as sociology, education, linguistics, theology and psychology
Who built the first crane? Was it an unknown Egyptian engineer working for Pharaoh Rameses in 3000BC?
The name of Thomas Crapper, the inventor 100 years ago of the flushing lavatory, is commemorated on toilet cisterns throughout Britain
From the origin of mechanisation to the first industrial revolution, the author makes the distinction between tools of the period - machines working under detailed human supervision -and those of the second Industrial Revolution - computers - which ...