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L is for Librarian (4 Book Series)
From Book 1: The Imperial Library Corps has brought the light of civilization to the Galactic Periphery for millennia, but when a rogue admiral launches a surprise attack on the Empire will the libraries be abandoned as just another casualty of war?
Amid the backdrop of interstellar conflict, a librarian at the edge of the galaxy must make a fateful decision which will determine the course of his life.

"Bibliophile" is a 11,000-word novella imagining the future of libraries and those who depend on them. It is the first installment in a series of library-themed science fiction stories titled "L is for Librarian."
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History: Fiction or Science? (22 Book Series)
From Book 1: NASA research of earth-moon mechanics of late astrophysicist Robert Newton leads Russian mathematicians to a breakthrough in the chronology of the world history that crowns 30 years of meticulous and extensive research. This research was actually an anecdotical byproduct of Russian-American competition in Moon exploration.'The The issue with Chronology' is the first volume in "History: Fiction or Science?" e-series, the fundamental oeuvre that exposes and expounds the numerous in-veracities of the traditional version of history.

The alternatives offered to classical history are stunning, unorthodox to the extent of being labeled heretical by virtually every scholar of history. In "The Issue with Chronology" we are reminded of when the contemporary chronological scale was created and by whom, with the culprits named as the XVI-XVII century clergy that was in charge of all matters historical in that age.

We also learn that the consensual model of history had prominent critics ever since its creation – among them such names as Sir Isaac Newton and Jean Hardouin, chief librarian of Louis XIV, the Sun King of France and collector of Louvre museum. The author dissects every historical age and analyzed the data from every source imaginable – Roman and Egyptian chronology take a good beating, and it goes rapidly downhill from there. Poggio Bracciolini and Petrarch take the blame for creating the legend of a mythical Classical age that never was.

The Biblical events are moved a lot closer to us historically, as well as geographically (the Biblical Jerusalem being identified with the mediaeval Constantinople, for instance). The New and the Old Testament swap their positions on the chronological scale, both exposed as referring to mediaeval events. Our perception of history begins to change dramatically even before we’re through with "The Issue with Chronology".

On one hand, Dr. Fomenko et al call everybody, historians including, to apply the Occam's razor to the world history. On the other, the scientists Dr. Fomenko et al are ready to recognize their alleged mistakes of New Chronology theory, to repent and to retract if and only if:

- radiocarbon dating methods or dendrochronology pass a rigorous anonymous 'black box' tests; - verifiable astronomic data refutes their results on solar eclipses;

- it is proven irrefutably that Robert Newton (NASA astrophysicist) was wrong calling 'ancient' Ptolemy the greatest con man in history in his 'Crime of Claudius Ptolemy';

The radiocarbon dating labs run their very costly tests only if the sample to be dated is accompanied with an idea of age pronounced by historians on basis of...subjective..mmm...gutfeeling. Radiocarbon labs happily bill for their fiddling and fine-tuning with C14 hardware to get the dates 'to order' of historians.

The first circular calibration curve was made by mid-fifties by Radiolab of Arizona Univesity with samples from 'Ancient' Egypt provided by the expedition of the same University. Circulus Vicious is perfect. Connect the dots!

PS : Prescient Saint Augustine warned: 'be wary of mathematicians, particularly when they speak the truth!'. That's why Jesuits took over control of Chronology in XVI cy when it was a part of mathematics. Now the mathematicians take it back. The New Chronology theory based on exact sciences says that all events that took place allegedly over 1300 years ago, as well as real persons who took part in them, are simply unknown to us.

Dr. Anatoly Fomenko is a Full Member (Academician) of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Full Member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, Full Member of the International Higher Education Academy of Sciences, Doctor
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OCS (2 Book Series)
From Book 1: Amazon Best Seller - #1 in Astronomy, Astrophysics & Space Science, and Cosmology

"This book is a great intro to the topics of human civilizations throughout history, sustainability of our world, and astrobiology - covering the formation of life on Earth, the future of life, and explores the search for life elsewhere in the Universe." - Amazon review

Our Cosmic Story is a big picture view of our Universe and the potential it has for life and civilization. We start by briefly looking back at the story of Earth and its great civilizations, understand how life itself evolved Homo sapiens, review the challenges and risks that a species entails in developing a civilization and growing into a space-fairing entity, and then explore the makeup of the Universe to gain insight into the chance of other sentient creatures living elsewhere.

The quest to reach beyond the confines of our world is a natural consequence of being a very small part of a grand and dynamic Universe. Looking up at the sky instills within us some expectation that we are not alone, and we wonder if there is not something amazing happening out there somewhere. This sense of awe may not be exclusive to Earthlings; for in a galaxy truly far away, there could be creatures with similar musings as they peer towards our corner of the Universe. The idea that we share a common experience with others in the cosmos is something to keep in mind while reading this book.

Chapter Overview

Chapter 1: Setting the Stage for Life and Civilization
Chapter 2: Evolution and the Building Blocks of Life
Chapter 3: The Rise of Civilization on Earth
Chapter 4: The Engine of Modern Civilization
Chapter 5: A House of Cards: The Downfall of Civilization
Chapter 6: Exploring the Cosmos
Chapter 7: The Boundaries of Habitability (Habitable Zones)
Chapter 8: The Scale of Things
Chapter 9: Is Anybody Out There?

“The surface of the Earth is the shore of the cosmic ocean. From it we have learned most of what we know. Recently, we have waded a little out to sea, enough to dampen our toes or, at most, wet our ankles. The water seems inviting. The ocean calls.” - Carl Sagan
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Universum (Reihe in 3 Bänden)
Aus Band 1: Darf ich vorstellen: Das Universum. Auch bekannt als Kosmos, Weltall, Weltraum. Geboren vor 13,75 Milliarden Jahren. Heute etwa 92 Milliarden Lichtjahre groß und 10 hoch 53 Kilogramm schwer. Auf der Flucht. Knapp minus 270 Grad Celsius kalt. Leer. Elektrisch neutral. Ohne Mitte. Bevölkert von 100 Milliarden Galaxien aus 130 Trilliarden Sternen mit ungefähr ebenso vielen Planeten. Bestehend aus vier Prozent normaler Materie, 23 Prozent Dunkler Materie und 73 Prozent Dunkler Energie. Heimat von Schwarzen Löchern, Riesensternen, Pulsaren, Quasaren, Neutronensternem, Galaxienhaufen, Nebeln – aber auch von Planeten und deren Monden sowie von Lebewesen wie dem Menschen.

Woher kommt das Universum? Unter welchen Umständen vollzog sich seine Geburt, welche faszinierenden Prozesse spielen sich seitdem in ihm ab? Wann und wie wird es sterben? Was die Wissenschaft darüber weiß, hat sich in den vergangenen Jahren dramatisch verändert. Lassen Sie sich in eine Welt entführen, die alle Vorstellungen sprengt – den Kosmos, in dem Sie leben.

85.000 Anschläge. Mit 35 Bildern und Grafiken. Käufer der Kindle-Version erhalten auf Wunsch (siehe Impressum des eBooks) zusätzlich eine Ausgabe im PDF-Format zum Lesen am Computer, die noch weit mehr beeindruckende Fotos enthält. Geeignet für Leser ab etwa 14 Jahren.

Kapitel 1: Gestatten: Das Universum

Kapitel 2: Die Zeit vor der Zeit
Eine Welt aus Saiten
Schleifen über Schleifen
Wiedergeburt aus dem Nichts
Nichts als Theorien?

Kapitel 3: Der Urknall
Die Stunde 0
Die Physik beginnt
Die Welt – ein Fußball
Die ersten Teilchen
Alle Kräfte sind schon da
Die nächste Vernichtungswelle

Kapitel 4: Das klare All
Die ersten Leuchtfeuer
Sie sterben jung
Ein faszinierender Tod
Fragile Spiralen
Planeten im Abfall

Kapitel 5: Leben und Tod der Sterne
Zu klein: Braune Zwerge
Otto-Normal-Bürger des Weltalls: Rote Zwerge
Verwandte der Sonne: Hauptreihensterne
Die Zukunft der Sonne: Weiße Zwerge
Extrem dicht: Neutronensterne
Die Seltsamen: Quarksterne
Wo Raum und Zeit bedeutungslos sind: Schwarze Löcher
Noch seltsamer: Exotische Sterne
Wie groß können Sterne sein? Die Hyperriesen

Kapitel 6: Die Planeten
Unsere Heimat: Das Sonnensystem
Leben spendend: Die Sonne
Der Sonnennächste: Merkur
Der erdähnlichste: Die Venus
Der blaue Planet: Die Erde
Der rote Planet: Der Mars
Der Unvollendete: Der Asteroidengürtel
Hält alles zusammen: Der Jupiter
Der Herr der Ringe: Der Saturn
Der Eisige: Der Uranus
Noch ein blauer Planet: Der Neptun
Ganz weit draußen: Der Kuipergürtel
Der Abfallhaufen: Die Oortsche Wolke
Die Außerirdischen: Die Exoplaneten
Die Einzelgänger: Die Planemos

Kapitel 7: Das Ende des Universums
Tod durch Erfrieren
Tod durch Zerreißen
Tod durch Zerquetschen
Tod durch Zerstrahlen
Tod durch Zerfallen
Tod durch Einfrieren
Jeder nur ein Kreuz!
Die künftige Biografie des Universums

Über den Autor: Matthias Matting, geboren 1966, ist Physiker und Journalist. Für sein Buch "Reise nach Fukushima" erhielt er den 2011 erstmals ausgeschriebenen eBook-Preis "" in der Kategorie Sachbuch.
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Minecraft Warrior (8 Book Series)
From Book 1: "A Real Survivor smiles in days of trouble, gathers strength from distress, and grows brave by adversity." Steve

How to Escape the Clutches of Deadly Mother Nature
Have you ever been tempted to give in and give up?
What is the #1 item needed in any disaster situation?
Learn the Essentials of being a Minecraft prepper
You hold the Key to Survival…

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Eclipses Illustrated (2 Book Series)
From Book 1: Eclipses are visual phenomena. Yet many eclipse books are “sciencey,” text-based with lengthy verbal descriptions but only a handful of illustrations. In contrast, Eclipses Illustrated employs a visual medium to present visual lessons for understanding this most visual subject. Eclipses Illustrated is a five-part series of detailed depictions of eclipse phenomena, presented in an approachable, “user-friendly” illustrated format.

There has not been a total eclipse of the Sun over the Continental United States since the 1970s. An entire generation of Americans has come of age never experiencing this mind-blowing spectacle in their own nation. But this “dark age” ends with the total eclipse of August 21, 2017, when a “golden age” of American eclipses begins! There will be FIVE total solar eclipses in the United States over the next 35 years! And many lunar eclipses will be seen over the USA in the next decade. The majestic spectacle of eclipses will be a defining feature of 21st century American life. Eclipses Illustrated will help prepare readers of all ages to observe and appreciate the amazing eclipse phenomenon.

Book 1 – The Eclipse Experience teaches the elements of solar and lunar eclipses. Special emphasis is given to American eclipses of the 21st century. Many visual aspects of eclipse observing are explained, including detailed instructions for safe viewing and the importance of viewing the eclipse from the right location. This first book of the series lays the foundation for more in-depth explanations in later installments.
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Hashtag Histories (8 Book Series)
From Book 1: What if there had been social media during World War II?

This is not a book in the usual book format. It is the compelling story of the final 20 days of Hitler's Third Reich told in the form of imaginary social media posts based on actual statements by Hitler, Churchill, Truman, Zhukov, Eisenhower, Goebbels, Bormann, Patton, Eva Braun and many others.

The story begins with the announcement of, and reactions to, the death of President Franklin D. Roosevelt and follows the thoughts and actions of the main participants through the capture of Vienna, the Battle of Seelow Heights, the liberation of the concentration camps, the Battle of Berlin, the death of Hitler and the eventual surrender of Reich forces.
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Erpels Visionen (Reihe in 4 Bänden)
Aus Band 1: Nach Newtons Berechnung war der Mond im Jahr 1687 etwa dreimal schwerer als heute! Moderne Wissenschaftler sind nun schnell mit der Erklärung zur Hand, dass sich in Newtons großes Werk, die Principia, ein Fehler eingeschlichen haben muss. Aber lassen Sie uns doch einfach einmal annehmen, dass Newton sich nicht geirrt hat. Und dann lassen Sie uns sehen, was wir daraus ableiten können.
Karl-Heinz Erpel versucht zu ergründen, wie der Mond seine Masse verlieren konnte. Dabei geht er mit seinen visionären Schlussfolgerungen weit über die Erkenntnisse der modernen Wissenschaft hinaus! Seine Spurensuche führt quer durchs Sonnensystem und erbringt Indizien für die Beteiligung außerirdischer Intelligenzen!
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