The man that boils water to the desert (free book, the -1 print)

Author: Tudor,War oekraine Війна Україна Война в Украине

Publisher: Tudor Sleurholts


Category: Art

Page: 49

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Falling out of the airplane, into a new destiny. Watching, feeling, smelling, the sand of eternity. Discovering beautiful people in nowhere land, that are making clothes and tents, all from the desert sands. And if we bring water from the ocean to the desert, plants will arise from the ground, and roots will be expanded. Animals start walking around, eating the growing leaves. Birds will come flying, and spread the lovely seeds of the trees. The sandcurtain knitters have waited, for more than hundreds of years. For water to come back to their village, like the time he was here. Suddenly he came from the ground, withwater spilling all around. Everybody knew who he was, he came back, and was found. And if we bring water from the ocean to the desert. Plants will arise from the ground, and roots will be expanded. Animals would start walking around, eating growing leaves. Birds will come flying, and spread the lovely seeds of the trees. As we wander in the waiting world, not enough food to feed each other. Changing of weather conditions, the rise of CO2. While all we have to do is divide the water, share it all to another. War oekraine Війна Україна Война в Украине

Berenike and the Ancient Maritime Spice Route

Author: Steven E. Sidebotham

Publisher: University of California Press

ISBN: 0520303385

Category: History

Page: 456

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The legendary overland silk road was not the only way to reach Asia for ancient travelers from the Mediterranean. During the Roman Empire’s heyday, equally important maritime routes reached from the Egyptian Red Sea across the Indian Ocean. The ancient city of Berenike, located approximately 500 miles south of today’s Suez Canal, was a significant port among these conduits. In this book, Steven E. Sidebotham, the archaeologist who excavated Berenike, uncovers the role the city played in the regional, local, and “global” economies during the eight centuries of its existence. Sidebotham analyzes many of the artifacts, botanical and faunal remains, and hundreds of the texts he and his team found in excavations, providing a profoundly intimate glimpse of the people who lived, worked, and died in this emporium between the classical Mediterranean world and Asia.

Water Resources and Hydrometeorology of the Arab Region

Author: Mamdouh Shahin

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 1402054149

Category: Science

Page: 589

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This book gives a unique portrait of the water resources in the Arab region dealing with climate and hydrology. It provides a historical introduction, physiographic features and geological settings of the region and its climate. The book deals with storage of water and impacts of water scarcity on the region’s future. There are reviews of topics coupled with case studies, data analyses, discussions and conclusions.

The Story

Author: New International Version

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1444703366

Category: Religion

Page: 512

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Condensing the story of the Bible into 31 chapters, THE STORY is at the centre of a huge campaign to engage people with the Bible.

Poetics of Love in the Arabic Novel

Author: Wen-chin Ouyang

Publisher: Edinburgh University Press

ISBN: 0748655050

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 304

View: 5701

Considers the Arabic novel within the triangle of the nation-state, modernity and traditionWen-Chin Ouyang explores the development of the Arabic novel, especially the ways in it engages with aesthetics, ethics and politics in a cross-cultural context and from a transnational perspective.Taking love and desire as the central tropes , the story of the Arabic novel is presented as a series of failed, illegitimate love affairs, all tainted by its suspicion of the legitimacy of the nation, modernity and tradition and, above all, by its misgiving about its own propriety.

Bang to Eternity and Betwixt

Author: John Hussey

Publisher: John Hussey



Page: N.A

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Covering the Cosmos from before the Big Bang through to the creation of our universe and up to but not including our arrival on stage; our will is not yet imposed, we had no hand, act nor part in its provisions, beyond investigating to understand what has been delivered us. The many aspects of the Cosmos are melded, in a headline driven style, to paint a cohesive picture as well as allowing the reader choose to delve further where they may choose to paint their personal picture. Cosmos – includes; • The creation mechanism for our Universe and why there exists a possible Multiverse. • The creation mechanisms of the galaxies with their diversity of Star types. • The space exploration of our Solar System. • The Earth and Moon from their birth to their life driving engines for our planet. • The evolutionary processes that led to our arrival on the planet. • Our natural world with its great events. • Documentary video links on all topics of the book are included. The story is factual in manner, in the proper tradition of reporting, no personal opinions are expressed. The life stories of the standout personalities, in text and video, without whom what is now known, could not have been unraveled, in the case of Cosmos, they are; • Galileo Galilei • Isaac Newton • Albert Einstein • Charles Darwin This is a Video Book, vBook, beyond its text there are 150+ video titles, 100+ viewing hours, downloaded and stored locally on your computer, to be able to watch anytime, offline, without the need for local internet connection. Google ‘Cosmos’ and you get about 27,800,000 search results, so over these last several years I’ve searched out the best documentary videos with their hyperlinks included here, blending their content to report cohesively, supplementing, where appropriate, from Wikipedia and also include those hyperlinks for readers wanting to delve further. The ‘List of Contents’ runs to 6 levels to provide a form of map to the reader as the reporting sequence is not a mere chronology of Cosmic events, it delves, as necessary into the stories as to how the events became understood to us. There is a 7th level, hyperlinked, at its base, which brings further background content, from Wikipedia, to those who choose to read further into any of the topics. The ‘Index’ allows navigation for the reader who has specific interests to investigate through the fabric of the report. The ‘Text’ is structured to 4 levels beginning with the primary, headline driven, main body content followed by relevant Wikipedia extracts, indented in purple, for those choosing to read further into a particular topic through to hyperlinked Wikipedia - Full Article text within the book and in turn out to the website itself. For the reader that wants to stay with the big picture, main body content, there is a “Skip” link to take you past each of the extracts, on to the next headline title and main body content. There are 150+ video content links delivering 100+ hours of viewing time, of the best documentary film available online. The main sequence structure is; • Cosmology – Universe & Multiverse • Geology – Earth & Moon • Biology – Life – Plant & Animal • Ecology – Evolution & Environment – Plant, Animal & Human Special Edition There is also a Special Edition of this book available for US$49.95 which streams all video content from a secure Cloud Drive; therefore, video content cannot be removed by third party video platform providers such as YouTube, DailyMotion, Vimeo….. This Standard Edition streams from these. The Cloud Drive Server also allows you conveniently download to your local drive, as much video content as you choose, to watch, offline, at a time that best suits you. To view or purchase, paste the books ASIN: B00LEWY5WW into the Kindle Store search box. If you've any queries, feel welcome to contact [email protected]