Trial, Error, and Success: 10 Insights into Realistic Knowledge, Thinking, and Emotional Intelligence

Sima Dimitrijev

We make wrong decisions by “fast thinking,” to use Daniel Kahneman’s terminology from his book “Thinking, Fast and Slow.” It happens when we rely on what we know rather well and fit it like a square peg in a round hole. “Trial, Error, and Success” shows how “slow thinking” comes naturally for skeptical minds. A ... Read more


Free: Across the Trig Divide: The Book of Right Triangles

. Selraybob

Intimidated by trigonometry? A few minutes with Selraybob and that will all go away. Sel and his friends take all that twisted-up mathematical gobbledygook that the physics folks sling and make it simple. You might find yourself calling your old math teachers and giving them the growly-voiced what’s what. “Hey!” you might say. “Sine’s just ... Read more


Try: Look at Type 2 of Civilization!

Constantin Dutchevici

The author starts with the hypothesis that there are extraterrestrial civilizations. He makes demomathematics the possibility of inertial traction that was largely developed by other beings in the cosmos. This major discovery is the possible future of humanity along with the generation of energy, depollution, and ethics to preserve all life on earth. He makes ... Read more


Free: The Evolution of Aging

Theodore Goldsmith

Why do we age? This book describes new theories that propose that humans and other animals were purposely designed and genetically programmed to age because this resulted in an evolutionary advantage. This in turn suggests that aging is itself a treatable condition and that we can devise ways to generally delay aging. Print length 180 ... Read more


Dig the Search for Dinosaurs

Stuart Plotkin

While there are many dinosaur books for kids, Dig, the Search for Dinosaurs is unique. It is not a 12-page picture book for very young children, nor is it an adult textbook. It fits perfectly between them. It is not so much about the dinosaurs themselves, but what it’s like to be out in the ... Read more


Right Back At You: Being Human in a Simulated Universe

Steve O'Grady

Right back at you holds a magnifying glass to the mysteries of our minds, exploring how our human minds are immersed in simulation because the universe is a simulation. Fight your fear of death, banish ghosts and see your reflection in a mirror in a brand new light. mind your language when you speak of ... Read more


Free: STUFF-The Fortunes, Foibles, and Fiascos of Those Who Sought to Understand Matter

From Archimedes’ bathtub to Schrödinger’s cat, the reader follows the dramatic and humorous events in the history of the ongoing struggle to understand the basic nature of matter and, in the process, painlessly absorbs all the major concepts of middle school physical science. The structure of the book takes advantage of the fact that basic ... Read more


Free: The Brain Show

Zeev Nitsan

Far-reaching insight into the human brain, embedded with fascinating examples from philosophy, history, literature and science. Learn to understand your mind and gain applicable insights that will affect your daily life. Free on Kindle.... Read more


Discovering Aberration: A Steampunk Adventure Novel

Get the novel readers call a “Rollicking victorian adventure”! “I loved this book! Aside from it being a truly intriguing story of adventure, mystery, and high technology with enough action to keep me turning pages as fast as I could read, as a lover of English, I was enthralled by the word choice and mastery ... Read more


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