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Der Amboss der Sterne

Der Amboss der Sterne Pdf/ePub eBook Author: ,
Editor: Heyne Verlag
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Rache! Die Erde wurde von Außerirdischen vernichtet, und nur dank der Hilfe anderer Aliens konnte ein Teil der Menschheit überleben. Von ihren Rettern erhalten die Überlebenden den Auftrag, diejenigen zu finden, die für die Zerstörung ihres Planeten verantwortlich sind. An Bord der Dämmerungsgleiter macht sich eine Gruppe Menschen auf die Suche. Im System Leviathan werden sie schließlich fündig - doch einige der Planeten sind nur Projektionen, andere werden von friedliebenden Spezies bewohnt. Ist alles nur eine raffinierte Täuschung, um der Rache der Menschheit zu entkommen?

Aus fernen Welten

Aus fernen Welten Pdf/ePub eBook Author: B.H. B?rgel
Editor: Рипол Классик
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Kosmos (Alle 4 Bände)

Kosmos (Alle 4 Bände) Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Alexander von Humboldt
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Diese Ausgabe von "Kosmos" wurde mit einem funktionalen Layout erstellt und sorgfältig formatiert. Friedrich Wilhelm Heinrich Alexander von Humboldt (1769 - 1859) war ein deutscher Naturforscher mit weit über die Grenzen Europas hinausreichendem Wirkungsfeld. In seinem über einen Zeitraum von mehr als sieben Jahrzehnten sich entfaltenden Gesamtwerk schuf er "einen neuen Wissens- und Reflexionsstand des Wissens von der Welt" und wurde zum Mitbegründer der Geographie als empirischer Wissenschaft. Inhalt: Erster Band. Vorrede. Einleitende Betrachtungen über die Verschiedenartigkeit des Naturgenusses und die wissenschaftliche Ergründung der Weltgesetze. Begrenzung und wissenschaftliche Behandlung einer physischen Weltbeschreibung. Naturgemälde. Uebersicht der Erscheinungen. Nähere Zergliederung des Inhalts Zweiter Band. A. Anregungsmittel zum Naturstudium. B. Geschichte der physischen Weltanschauung. Nähere Zergliederung des Inhalts Dritter Band. Specielle Ergebnisse der Beobachtung in dem Gebiete kosmischer Erscheinungen - Einleitung Astrognosie (Fixsternhimmel). Sonnengebiet. Nähere Zergliederung des Inhalts Vierter Band. Einleitung. Erster Abschnitt. Größe, Gestalt und Dichte der Erde. Innere Wärme der Erde. Magnetische Thätigkeit der Erde. Zweiter Abschnitt Erdbeben. Thermalquellen. Gasquellen. Vulkane. Nähere Zergliederung des Inhalts Anmerkung des Herausgebers Maßeinheiten


Corona Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Greg Bear
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0743419669
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Corona An awesome, sentinent force of protostars -- Corona -- has taken control of a stranded team of Vulcan scientists. The U.S.S Enterprise™ has come on a rescue mission, with a female reporter and a new computer that can override Kirk's command. Suddenly, the rescuers must save themselves and the entire Universe -- before Corona unleashes a Big Bang!

The Forge in the Forest

The Forge in the Forest Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Michael Scott Rohan
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ISBN: 0575092238
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The siege of Kerbryhaine had been raised, the Ekwesh hordes vanquished, the Mastersmith slain. But for Alv - now Elof the Smith - the war was not yet won: Kerbryhaine was still a divided city; the Ekwesh, bloodily defeated, would look for revenge; and the Ice, implacably malevolent, continued its inexorable march southward. So from divided Kerbryhaine Elof, Kermorvan and his companions mounted an expedition to the legendary lost cities of the East; if they managed to reunite the war-torn tribes, perhaps they could stand together against the menace of the Ice. But to Elof and Kermorvan the journey would also bring knowledge: of the Powers ranged for and against them; and the secrets within themselves waiting to be revealed - secrets that would play a part in the war yet to come.

Die Sagen Des Klassischen Altertums

Die Sagen Des Klassischen Altertums Pdf/ePub eBook Author: H.W. Stoll
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The Naked Eye

The Naked Eye Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Yoko Tawada
Editor: New Directions Publishing
ISBN: 0811223507
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“Tawada’s slender accounts of alienation achieve a remarkable potency.”—Michael Porter, The New York Times A precocious Vietnamese high school student — known as the pupil with “the iron blouse”—in Ho Chi Minh City is invited to an International Youth Conference in East Berlin. But, in East Berlin, as she is preparing to present her paper in Russian on “Vietnam as a Victim of American Imperialism,” she is abruptly kidnapped and taken to a small town in West Germany. After a strange spell of domestic-sexual boredom with her lover-abductor—and though “the Berlin Wall was said to be more difficult to break through than the Great Wall of China” — she escapes on a train to Moscow . . . but mistakenly arrives in Paris. Alone, broke, and in a completely foreign land, Anh (her false name) loses herself in the films of Catherine Deneuve as her real adventures begin. Dreamy, meditative, and filled with the gritty everyday perils of a person living somewhere without papers (at one point Anh is subjected to some vampire-like skin experiments), The Naked Eye is a novel that is as surprising as it is delightful—each of the thirteen chapters titled after and framed by one of Deneuve’s films. “As far as I was concerned,” the narrator says while watching Deneuve on the screen, “the only woman in the world was you, and so I did not exist.” By the time 1989 comes along and the Iron Curtain falls, story and viewer have morphed into the dislocating beauty of both dancer and dance.


Germany Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Neil MacGregor
Editor: Penguin UK
ISBN: 0241008344
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From Neil MacGregor, the author of A History of the World in 100 Objects, this is a view of Germany like no other Today, as the dominant economic force in Europe, Germany looms as large as ever over world affairs. But how much do we really understand about it, and how do its people understand themselves? In this enthralling new book, Neil MacGregor guides us through the complex history, culture and identity of this most mercurial of countries by telling the stories behind 30 objects in his uniquely magical way. Beginning with the fifteenth-century invention of the Gutenberg press, MacGregor ventures beyond the usual sticking point of the Second World War to get to the heart of a nation that has given us Luther and Hitler, the Beetle and Brecht - and remade our world again and again. This is a view of Germany like no other. Neil MacGregor has been Director of the British Museum since August 2002. He was Director of the National Gallery in London from 1987 to 2002. His celebrated books include A History of the World in 100 Objects, now translated into more than a dozen languages and one of the top-selling titles ever published by Penguin Press, and Shakespeare's Restless World.

The White Book

The White Book Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Han Kang
Editor: Portobello Books
ISBN: 1846276306
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Shortlisted for the Man Booker International 2018 From the author of The Vegetarian, winner of the Man Booker International Prize 2016 From the author of The Vegetarian and Human Acts comes a book like no other. The White Book is a meditation on colour, beginning with a list of white things. It is a book about mourning, rebirth and the tenacity of the human spirit. It is a stunning investigation of the fragility, beauty and strangeness of life. Translated from the Korean by Deborah Smith.

Social Media Metrics

Social Media Metrics Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Jim Sterne
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780470622582
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The only guide devoted exclusively to social media metrics Whether you are selling online, through a direct sales force, or via distribution channels, what customers are saying about you online is now more important than your advertising. Social media is no longer a curiosity on the horizon but a significant part of your marketing mix. While other books explain why social media is critical and how to go about participating, Social Media Metrics focuses on measuring the success of your social media marketing efforts. Success metrics in business are based on business goals where fame does not always equate to fortune. Read this book to determine: Why striving for more Twitter followers or Facebook friends than the competition is a failing strategy How to leverage the time and effort you invest in social media How to convince those who are afraid of new things that social media is a valuable business tool and not just a toy for the overly-wired Knowing what works and what doesn't is terrific, but only in a constant and unchanging world. Social Media Metrics is loaded with specific examples of specific metrics you can use to guide your social media marketing efforts as new means of communication.

Colonial Pathologies

Colonial Pathologies Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Warwick Anderson
Editor: Duke University Press
ISBN: 0822388081
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Colonial Pathologies is a groundbreaking history of the role of science and medicine in the American colonization of the Philippines from 1898 through the 1930s. Warwick Anderson describes how American colonizers sought to maintain their own health and stamina in a foreign environment while exerting control over and “civilizing” a population of seven million people spread out over seven thousand islands. In the process, he traces a significant transformation in the thinking of colonial doctors and scientists about what was most threatening to the health of white colonists. During the late nineteenth century, they understood the tropical environment as the greatest danger, and they sought to help their fellow colonizers to acclimate. Later, as their attention shifted to the role of microbial pathogens, colonial scientists came to view the Filipino people as a contaminated race, and they launched public health initiatives to reform Filipinos’ personal hygiene practices and social conduct. A vivid sense of a colonial culture characterized by an anxious and assertive white masculinity emerges from Anderson’s description of American efforts to treat and discipline allegedly errant Filipinos. His narrative encompasses a colonial obsession with native excrement, a leper colony intended to transform those considered most unclean and least socialized, and the hookworm and malaria programs implemented by the Rockefeller Foundation in the 1920s and 1930s. Throughout, Anderson is attentive to the circulation of intertwined ideas about race, science, and medicine. He points to colonial public health in the Philippines as a key influence on the subsequent development of military medicine and industrial hygiene, U.S. urban health services, and racialized development regimes in other parts of the world.

The Forge of God

The Forge of God Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Greg Bear
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This doomsday masterpiece from the author of Eon and Hull Zero Three was a finalist for the Hugo and Nebula awards. On July 26, Arthur Gordon learns that Europa, the sixth moon of Jupiter, has disappeared. Not hiding, not turned black, but gone. On September 28th, Edward Shaw finds an error in the geological records of Death Valley. A cinder cone was left off the map. Could it be new? Or, stranger yet, could it be artificial? The answer may be lying beside it—a dying Guest who brings devastating news for Edward and for Planet Earth. As more unexplained phenomena spring up around the globe—a granite mountain appearing in Australia, sounds emanating from the earth’s core, flashes of light among the asteroids—it becomes clear to some that the end is approaching, and there is nothing we can do. In The Forge of God, award-winning author Greg Bear describes the final days of the world on both a massive, scientific scale and in the everyday, emotional context of individual human lives. Facing the destruction of all they know, some people turn to God, others to their families, and a few turn to saviors promising escape from a planet being torn apart. Will they make it in time? And who gets left behind to experience the last moments of beauty and chaos on earth? Nominated for the Nebula, Hugo, and Locus Awards, The Forge of God is an engrossing read, breathtaking in its scope and in its detail.

Anvil of Stars

Anvil of Stars Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Greg Bear
Editor: Open Road Media
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The “provocative and entertaining follow-up” to The Forge of God: Exiled from their planet, humans unite with one alien race in the fight against another (Publishers Weekly). The Ship of the Law travels the infinite enormity of space, carrying eighty-two young people: fighters, strategists, scientists—and children. After one alien culture destroyed their home, another offered the opportunity for revenge in the form of a starship built from fragments of the Earth’s corpse, a ship they now use to scour the universe in search of their enemy. Working with sophisticated nonhuman technologies that need new thinking to comprehend them, they’re cut off forever from the people they left behind. Denied information, they live within a complex system that is both obedient and beyond their control. They’re frightened. And they’re waging war against entities whose technologies are unimaginably advanced and vast, and whose psychology is ultimately, unknowably alien. In Anvil of Stars, the multimillion-selling, Nebula Award–winning author of Eon and other science fiction masterpieces “fashions an action-packed and often thrilling plot; by using each of the well-depicted alien races to mirror human behavior, he defines what it means to be Homo sapiens. . . . A gripping story” (Publishers Weekly).

The Sweetness of Life

The Sweetness of Life Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Paulus Hochgatterer
Editor: MacLehose Press
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It is Christmas in the alpine town of Furth am See and a six-year-old girl is playing ludo with her grandfather. The doorbell rings, and the old man goes to answer. The next time the girl sees him, he is lying with his skull broken, his face a red pulp against the white snow. From that time on, she does not speak a single word. Raffael Horn, the psychiatrist engaged to treat the silent child, reluctantly becomes involved in solving the murder along with Detective Superintendent Ludwig Kovacs. Their parallel researches sweep through the town: a young mother who believes her new-born child is the devil; a Benedictine monk who uses his iPod to drown the voices in his head; a high-spending teenager who tortures cats. The psychological profile of this claustrophobic, winter-held town is not reassuring - which, if any, of its inhabitants was the brutal night-time slayer of the suffering girl's grandfather?

A Commentary, critical and explanatory on the Norwegian text of Henrik Ibsen’s Peer Gynt its language, literary associations and folklore

A Commentary, critical and explanatory on the Norwegian text of Henrik Ibsen’s Peer Gynt its language, literary associations and folklore Pdf/ePub eBook Author: H. Logeman
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
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A Commentary, critical and explanatory on the Norwegian text of Henrik Ibsen’s Peer Gynt its language, literary associations and folklore by H. Logeman Summary

This critical study of the existing Peer Gynt texts, with the exception of {sect}{sect} 140, 141 and a few notes added here and there in the text, was written in the spring of 1914 and even com posed down to {sect} 104. It was to have been published in the Recueil de la Faculte de Philo sophie et Lettres de l'Universite de Gand in the September of that year, contemporaneou.


Delta-v Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Daniel Suarez
Editor: Penguin
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The bestselling author of Daemon returns with a near-future technological thriller, in which a charismatic billionaire recruits a team of adventurers to launch the first deep space mining operation--a mission that could alter the trajectory of human civilization. When itinerant cave diver James Tighe receives an invitation to billionaire Nathan Joyce's private island, he thinks it must be a mistake. But Tighe's unique skill set makes him a prime candidate for Joyce's high-risk venture to mine a near-earth asteroid--with the goal of kick-starting an entire off-world economy. The potential rewards and personal risks are staggering, but the competition is fierce and the stakes couldn't be higher. Isolated and pushed beyond their breaking points, Tighe and his fellow twenty-first century adventurers--ex-soldiers, former astronauts, BASE jumpers, and mountain climbers--must rely on each other to survive not only the dangers of a multi-year expedition but the harsh realities of business in space. They're determined to transform humanity from an Earth-bound species to a space-faring one--or die trying.

Viagens na minha terra

Viagens na minha terra Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Almeida Garret
Editor: Editora SESI - Serviço Social da Indústria
ISBN: 855040179X
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Se um livro percorreu décadas, séculos e chegou até nós com o rótulo de "clássico" é porque muita, mas muita gente o leu, gostou e projetou esse prazer para além de seu tempo. É o caso dos títulos reunidos na coleção Clássicos, da SESI-SP Editora. Sucessivas gerações de leitores consagraram tais títulos como obras de arte que falam à alma, moldadas sobre a rica matéria-prima da literatura, sendo a língua tanto a nossa portuguesa como outras de culturas diversas. São textos que mantêm a atualidade por terem como referência a essência do ser humano, que resiste ao tempo e à história, mesmo que a linguagem utilizada, muitas vezes, traga características de outros tempos e movimentos de nossa história. A leitura vale, não como obrigatória, mas como necessária.

Conde de Monte Cristo

Conde de Monte Cristo Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Alexandre Dumas
Editor: Zeuk Media
ISBN: 3967990796
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Encarcelado por un crimen que no ha cometido, Edmond Dantes está confinado en la sombría fortaleza de If. Allí se entera de un gran tesoro escondido en la Isla de Montecristo y se decide no solo a escapar, sino también a desenterrar el tesoro y usarlo para planear la destrucción de los tres hombres responsables de su encarcelamiento. La épica historia de sufrimiento y retribución de Dumas, inspirada en un caso real de encarcelamiento injusto, fue un gran éxito popular cuando se serializó por primera vez en la década de 1840.