No Space For Junk: Inspired by a True Life Journey to Finding Happiness by Nike Okeke
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Overview: We have all heard the common sayings like "happiness comes from within" and "happiness is a choice". The questions then are, if happiness is within, how do you tap into it? And if happiness is a choice, how do you choose to be happy in the midst of the world’s chaos?
After many unproductive years of struggles and acquiring "stuffs" to be happy, Nike Okeke went on a soul-searching journey to find answers to the questions above. A powerful and never-failing way she found to tap into the happiness within is by clearing the junks in one’s life. Everyone has these junks. Some people realize they have the junk while some people don’t. What are these junks? How do you know if you have them? How do you clear out the junks? And how do you guard yourself against acquiring more junks thereby deliberately choosing to be happy? NoSpaceForJunk is written to help empower every reader and encourage them to take charge of their lives.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Health, Fitness & Medical | Self-help
Quantum Space: Loop Quantum Gravity and the Search for the Structure of Space, Time, and the Universe
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101 Amazing Facts About Space by Jack Goldstein
Requirements: .MP3 reader, 14 MB
Overview: Do you know the difference between a meteor and an asteroid? How old do we think the universe is? What are the fastest spinning objects of which we know?
In this fascinating audiobook, narrator Charles King answers all these questions and more as he talks us through over 100 amazing facts about space.
Whether you have an interest in astronomy or just simply want to know more about our incredible universe, 101 Amazing Facts About Space is an excellent addition to your audiobook collection.
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction
101 Amazing Facts About Space [Audiobook]
Dead Space 2 Official Strategy Guide by Michael Knight
Requirements: .PDF reader, 34.5MB
Overview: Dead Space 2 is an exciting, action-packed survival adventure in which you try to make it across the Sprawl without getting killed, escaping from the Necromorphs once and for all. This guide provides all the information you need to reach safety.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General Gaming
Making Space for the Dead: Catacombs, Cemeteries, and the Reimagining of Paris, 1780-1830 1st Edition by Erin-Marie Legacey
Requirements: .PDF reader, 12.6 MB
Overview: The dead of Paris, before the French Revolution, were most often consigned to mass graveyards that contemporaries described as terrible and terrifying, emitting "putrid miasmas" that were a threat to both health and dignity. In a book that is at once wonderfully macabre and exceptionally informative, Erin-Marie Legacey explores how a new burial culture emerged in Paris as a result of both revolutionary fervor and public health concerns, resulting in the construction of park-like cemeteries on the outskirts of the city and a vast underground ossuary.
Making Space for the Dead describes how revolutionaries placed the dead at the center of their republican project of radical reinvention of French society and envisioned a future where graveyards would do more than safely contain human remains; they would serve to educate and inspire the living. Legacey unearths the unexpectedly lively process by which burial sites were reimagined, built, and used, focusing on three of the most important of these new spaces: the Paris Catacombs, Père Lachaise cemetery, and the short-lived Museum of French Monuments. By situating discussions of death and memory in the nation’s broader cultural and political context, as well as highlighting how ordinary Parisians understood and experienced these sites, she shows how the treatment of the dead became central to the reconstruction of Parisian society after the Revolution.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History
What’s So Funny About Space with special guest Joan Rivers (StarTalk Season 1 #13) by Neil deGrasse Tyson
Requirements: .MP3 reader, 24.4 MB
Overview: What’s so funny about space and science? Our season finale features the incomparable comedian Joan Rivers. In this episode, she provides color commentary for a Red Carpet parade of previous show topics, including space tourism, the anniversary of Apollo 11, and the search for alien life (both in space and in Hollywood).Guests:Joan Rivers: comedian
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction Science