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  Shark Books
Matthiessen gives us the fly on the wall view of events and personalities as Ron and Valerie Taylor and a host of others spend more than a year diving around the coasts of Africa, India, and Australia in the company of hordes of sharks searching for that illusive footage.
Having had his big break with Jaws, Peter Benchley has dedicated much of his time since, trying to curb the hysteria created from his first novel.
In shark trouble he takes a rational look at the reasons for "real shark attacks" and makes a very impassioned cry to save the sharks that we have left.
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 William D. Gagliani
Lone Wolf Publications - the publishing empire of writer, editor, and publisher Brian A. Hopkins.
Brian A. Hopkins - author, editor, publisher, multiple Bram Stoker Award winner -- Brian's done it all!
Peter Straub - Ghost Story, Floating Dragon, Shadowland, Mr.
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 Extrasolar Planets
If so, this wobble could be explained by gravitational forces between the star and an unseen body or bodies revolving around the star.
Over the years Peter van de Kamp published a series of papers refining his initial results of the companion planet revolving around Barnard's Star.
Based on the perturbations of the star, the planet has been determined to be 0.23 astronomical units from its sun, with a mass of 1.3 Jupiters.
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 Science Friday Bookshelf
""Cholera, Chloroform, and the Science of Medicine: A Life of John Snow "," by Peter Vinten-Johansen, Howard Brody, Nigel Paneth, Stephen Rachman, Michael Rip and David Zuck.
""The Long Boom: A Vision for the Coming Age of Prosperity"," by Peter Schwartz, Peter Leyden, Joel Hyatt.
"Future Evolution: An Illuminated Hsitory of Life to Come," by "Peter Ward (Alexis Rockman, Illustrator)".
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 Fall 2005 Center for History of Physics Newsletter
Degrees Kelvin: A Tale of Genius, Invention, and Tragedy.
Baltimore, Maryland: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2004.
Miss Leavitt’s Stars: The Untold Story of the Woman Who Discovered How to Measure the Universe.
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 Anatine Timeline of World History
Peter II, Tsar of Russia (r.1727 - 1730)
Peter I and Ivan V, Tsars of Russia (r.1682 - 1696)
St. Peter's Cathedral, Rome, built (1506 - 1626)
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 Huxley's Bibliography 3
N. Burchfield, J. Lord Kelvin and the Age of the Earth.
Dale, Peter A. In Pursuit of a Scientific Culture: Science, Art, and Society in the Victorian Age.
Huxley's Address at the Opening of Johns Hopkins University, Sept. 1876.
aleph0.clarku.edu /huxley/bib3.html   (6092 words)

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