This book provides an amazing account of how supposedly-purposeless organs have been found to have a function - all in contradiction to ruling evolutionary beliefs. For example, the "useless onetime third eye" pineal gland turns out to regulate circadian rhythms. Jerry Bergman and George Howe thoroughly dismantle a one-time textbook "proof" for Darwinian evolution - the existence of functionless organs in contemporary organisms inherited from their evolutionary ancestors. Darwinists at one time argued that such "vestigial" organs provided support for Darwinism and didn’t fit within a creationist model. But as Bergman and How show from the scientific literature, labeling an organ "vestigial" was ignorant. This well researched and easily written book should have place on the shelf of everyone interested in the evolution controversy. It also would be a great help for students studying biology.
Not only has Brant fallen on hard times, but his beloved wife died a year earlier of lung fever. Left with three children, he's desperate to find a mother for them. Ten year old Jenny does her best in caring for two year old Ty, and fourteen year old Luke works the ranch with his father, losing himself in dime novels to ease the pain of his mother's death. Brant's options are limited. Eligible women seldom pass through Two Rivers, much less settle in the small Texas town. In desperation, he places a classified advertisement for a mail order bride. Marrying a woman he'll come to know through a newspaper ad scares the bejesus out of him, but at this point, he's out of options.
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The Monograph "Introduction to the Quantum-Mechanical Theory of the Kinetics of the Elementary Act of the Biochemical Reactions" (in Russian) concerns the basic ideas of the Quantum-Mechanical Theory of the Kinetics of the Elementary Act of the Biochemical Reactions, worked out under the guidance of one of the founders of the Quantum Electrochemistry, a Corresponding Member of the Georgian National Academy of Sciences, Doctor of the Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Professor Revaz (Rezo) R. Dogonadze (1931-1985). This book is the last important work of Professor Dogonadze. The monograph is intended for the students, post-graduates and scientists interesting the questions of the Quantum Biophysics, Biochemistry and Bioelectrochemistry.
A disgruntled Russian emigre is poised to lash out at the adoptive nation he believes has denied him the American dream. A former technician in the Soviet biological weapons systems, he possesses the knowledge to unleash into the streets of New York City the ultimate terror: a modern bioweapon. But before he executes his final act of vengeance, he must first experiment on a few unsuspecting victims
- Author: Dr. Sridhar Rapelli (Sri Brahmananda Sridhara Swami) New York, USA
- Genre: Medicine & Technology
This books gives comprehensive explanation for Yogi Vemana's verses in telugu language and explains the real Achala yoga of Vemana Yogi. This is an extraordinary work of Dr. Sridhar Rapelli (Sri Brahmananda Sridhara Swami) who is disciple of Sri Vivekananda Agolu Sangayakhya Rajayogi (1898-2006). Vemana was an Achala Yogi and he spread his Yoga through thousands of verses in 14th and 15th Centuries A.D. None has explored his real philosophy so far except Achala Yogis. So many people don't know what philosophy Vemana Yogi taught to the people. So this book is very useful to explore his Achala Yogic tenets and his flawless exposition of various philosophies of the world of his time.
She is an angel cast down from heaven for disobedience. Trapped in mortal form, she finds a protector in Connor, a Scottish vampire haunted by a dark past. Marielle hopes to heal his broken heart and earn her way back home, but suddenly she has these . . . feelings. This strange yet pleasant physical yearning--for a vampire! Is this the work of a demon luring her into hell, or has this angel found heavenly bliss?
St. Vladimir’s Academy isn’t just any boarding school—it’s a hidden place where vampires are educated in the ways of magic and half-human teens train to protect them. Rose Hathaway is a Dhampir, a bodyguard for her best friend Lissa, a Moroi Vampire Princess. They’ve been on the run, but now they’re being dragged back to St. Vladimir’s—the very place where they’re most in danger. . . .