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The Earth Moved

Autor: Amy Stewart
Publisher: Algonquin Books
ISBN: 1565126556
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In The Earth Moved, Amy Stewart takes us on a journey through the underground world and introduces us to one of its most amazing denizens. The earthworm may be small, spineless, and blind, but its impact on the ecosystem is profound. It ploughs the soil, fights plant diseases, cleans up pollution, and turns ordinary dirt into fertile land. Who knew? In her witty, offbeat style, Stewart shows that much depends on the actions of the lowly worm. Charles Darwin devoted his last years to the meticulous study of these creatures, praising their remarkable abilities. With the august scientist as her inspiration, Stewart investigates the worm's subterranean realm, talks to oligochaetologists—the unsung heroes of earthworm science—who have devoted their lives to unearthing the complex life beneath our feet, and observes the thousands of worms in her own garden. From the legendary giant Australian worm that stretches to ten feet in length to the modest nightcrawler that wormed its way into the heart of Darwin's last book to the energetic red wigglers in Stewart's compost bin, The Earth Moved gives worms their due and exposes their hidden and extraordinary universe. This book is for all of us who appreciate Mother Nature's creatures, no matter how humble.

The Earth Moved

Autor: Eric Spitz
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595287417
File Size: 13,91 MB
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The Earth Moved is a novel about an earth-altering event. An underwater nuclear test in China is of such a magnitude that the actual core of the earth is affected. All power and telephone connections fail worldwide. Michael is a middle-aged lawyer living in Chappaqua, N.Y. Alone, his wife in Florida, he and his neighbors, Judy and Jim join forces in coping in a suburb without electricity or communications. In Michael's home, they reveal problems and insecurities about themselves never faced before. The neighbors' marriage problems surface and a new attraction begins between Michael and Judy. Two more couples join them and together they try to survive in a new environment. Michael and his guests now face searing truths about their lives, their pasts, and their relationships as they face an uncertain future.

The Earth Moved

Autor: Tielle St. Clare
File Size: 27,28 MB
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July 4th is getting close and it's time for fireworks. Sebastian and Angel are working their way through the joys and trials of a relationship. Angel thinks it’s time they had “the talk”—figure out where their relationship is going, maybe moving to the next step. Sebastian is happy with the way things are going—sex a couple nights a week, bike rides on the weekend. It’s good. But he feels a cataclysmic shift coming that has nothing to do with the earthquake that rattles their world. Join Angel and Sebastian as their relationship grows through the holidays a year of Holiday Wishes. The full path of their story builds over each holiday. Enjoy!

Four Revolutions In The Earth Sciences

Autor: James Lawrence Powell
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231538456
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Over the course of the twentieth century, scientists came to accept four counterintuitive yet fundamental facts about the Earth: deep time, continental drift, meteorite impact, and global warming. When first suggested, each proposition violated scientific orthodoxy and was quickly denounced as scientific—and sometimes religious—heresy. Nevertheless, after decades of rejection, scientists came to accept each theory. The stories behind these four discoveries reflect more than the fascinating push and pull of scientific work. They reveal the provocative nature of science and how it raises profound and sometimes uncomfortable truths as it advances. For example, counter to common sense, the Earth and the solar system are older than all of human existence; the interactions among the moving plates and the continents they carry account for nearly all of the Earth's surface features; and nearly every important feature of our solar system results from the chance collision of objects in space. Most surprising of all, we humans have altered the climate of an entire planet and now threaten the future of civilization. This absorbing scientific history is the only book to describe the evolution of these four ideas from heresy to truth, showing how science works in practice and how it inevitably corrects the mistakes of its practitioners. Scientists can be wrong, but they do not stay wrong. In the process, astonishing ideas are born, tested, and over time take root.

The Earth In Context

Autor: David M. Harland
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9781852333751
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Distinguished space historian Harland tells an inspiring tale of scientific discovery with two interwoven strands tracing the earths geological history and the Earth in relation to the solar system. 100 illustrations.

Speaking Of Earth

Autor: Alon Tal
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
ISBN: 9780813537276
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Bringing together twenty path-breaking speeches and the stories of leading environmentalists from around the world, Speaking of Earth highlights the range of topics and leaders who caught the attention of the public and inspired ecological movements. The message that emerges is diverse, compelling, and passionate. Articulated through the words of fervent individuals who helped to launch a global transformation, this book offers a refreshing summary of the depth and breadth of modern environmentalism.

New Heavens And A New Earth

Autor: Jeremy Brown
Publisher: OUP USA
ISBN: 0199754799
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Jeremy Brown offers the first major study of the Jewish reception of the Copernican revolution, examining four hundred years of Jewish writings on the Copernican model. Brown shows the ways in which Jews ignored, rejected, or accepted the Copernican model, and the theological and societal underpinnings of their choices.