LIFE EXPLAINED

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Life Explained

Author : Michel Morange
ISBN : 9780300142396
Genre : SCIENCE
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Fifty years ago Francis Crick and James D. Watson proposed the double helix model for the DNA molecule. They believed they had, as Crick put it, discovered the secret of life, and many agreed. But in the intervening years, science has marched sometimes leaped forward, and now the question What is life? must be posed once again.In this accessible and fascinating book, Michel Morange draws on recent advances in molecular genetics, evolutionary biology, astrobiology, and other disciplines to find today s answers to the question of life. He begins by discussing the various answers that have been formulated in the past, setting contemporary definitions of life within a rich philosophical and scientific tradition that reaches back to ancient Greece. Then, with impeccable logic and a wealth of appropriate detail, Morange proceeds to lay out the fundamental characteristics that define life. The road to an understanding of life remains incompletely charted, he concludes, but the nature of its final destination is no longer an enigma."
Category: SCIENCE

Life Explained

Author : Gail Miller
ISBN : 1925011046
Genre : People with disabilities
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Why are we here? Is there life after death? Does God exist? Channelled by my angels and guides, Life Explained is the book of answers. This book portrays us as a tourist on an adventure to the Isle of Life. We are independent souls having a physical experience, but we are intrinsically connected to everything around us. Everything within our world is made of the same atomic building block, and connected by energy. We are shown that our thoughts and actions can negatively influence our personal energy and that of our environment. But being human also means we are creative, and can discern ways and means to resolve the problems we have instigated, even to the point of healing ourselves. Life Explained returns power to the individual and shows anything is possible when based in Love. "Knowledge is empowering because it makes us all equal."Rose Knapman.
Category: People with disabilities

Graduating With God For College Graduates

Author : Cap & Compass
ISBN : 0971736642
Genre : Life skills
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Practical life skills and tips for college seniors and graduates. Covers finding a church and an apartment, moving, work attire, dinner etiquette, health insurance. Also covers money issues such as student loans, checking and savings accounts, investing, credit and debit cards, retirement plans, and taxes.
Category: Life skills

Vegan Life Explained

Author : Paul Perez
ISBN : 1543163912
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There are many different approaches to eating. Some people eat anything and everything. Others don't eat meat or they eat meat once a week. Others avoid meat and animal products all together. They embrace a vegan lifestyle.A vegan is someone that does not eat any animal products. That means they don't eat meat. They also don't eat eggs or dairy. No butter, no cheese, and no milk. Most vegans also don't eat honey. Many vegans avoid meat for a number of reasons including but not limited to:* Health concerns - there are statistics connecting animal products to disease.* Moral beliefs - many vegans have beliefs connected to not using animals for human gain. That means that they also don't wear leather or use any products tested on animals. * Environmental concerns - farming animals and animal products is believed by many to be detrimental to the environment. We'll look at these reasons more closely in a bit. First, let's take a closer look at some statistics about being vegan and what the lifestyle involves.Veganism is growing in popularity. There are now one million vegans in America. It's increased, along with vegetarianism, quite significantly over the past few years. Almost 70 percent of vegans are women. Almost half of the people who are vegans started their new lifestyle because they saw a movie or read a book about the benefits of veganism or the downside of eating meat. And many vegans gradually transitioned to the lifestyle. For example, many people become vegan by default. Their spouse or partner is vegan and they eventually become vegan themselves. Some experience a health scare, like a heart attack, and decide that being vegan is the path to better health and a longer life.So, what does it mean to be vegan?What this eBook can do for you and the chapters:1. Vegan Life Explained 2. The Health Benefits of a Vegan Diet 3. Why Eat Vegan? What Are the Benefits to the Environment? 4. Food Options? 5. When Initially Going Vegan.... 6. The Positives and Negatives of Going 100% Vegan 7. Do You Need Supplements? 8. Dining Out and Talking about Vegan Lifestyle with Friends and Family 9. The Big Step...Embracing Vegan Living? 10. Protein, Protein, Protein 11. Simple Non-Dairy Ways to Get Your Calcium 12. B-vitamins Are Vital 13. Make Sure Your Getting Those Fats 14. Tasty Snacks 15. Traditional Breakfast Choices 16. Fun Lunch Suggestions 17. Dinner Menu Ideas 18. Is This Lifestyle expensive? Going vegan? This book will help.
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The Bioscope Or Dial Of Life

Author : Saint Paulinus
ISBN : 1357396295
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