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  • Beyond The Little Blue Box

    The biographical adventures of John T Draper (aka Captain Crunch). Notorious 'Phone Phreak', legendary internet pioneer and ardent privacy advocate. by

    Welcome to the world of John T. Draper, better known as Captain Crunch, an eccentric genius who went from being a penniless hacker to a millionaire and back again. Along the way, he developed some of the most significant tools of the computer ...


  • Portraits of the Great Bible-believing Scientists

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    “More than 60 years ago,” remembered Mr. Stvarnik, “I read the books From Ancient Philosophy to Modern Science of Atoms by prof. dr. Ivan Supek, and the Images from the Lives of Great Scientists by prof. dr. Milutin Milankovic, and for me these are ...


  • A Broader Vision

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    A VISION GIVES PURPOSE AND ENERGIZES A BROADER VISION is a compelling glimpse into an energized and engaged life of 96 years – based on a vision of life that centered on family, community and God. It describes the world of the 20th century with ...


  • Adventures of a Materials Scientist

    Academician, Consultant, Expert Witness with Emphasis on the Steel Industry by

    This book describes the professional experiences of a materials scientist, as an academic and a consultant. From research laboratories and university classrooms, to the engineering departments of major corporations, to large law firms and the ...


  • Carpe Data: CONNECT

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    Have you ever had the feeling you were being guided down a specific path in life? A real, deep in your guts, crap in your pants inclination? What if you came to believe you were placed on this earth to do something that would change everything? What ...


  • To Make the World Intelligible

    A Scientist's Journey by

    To Make the World Intelligible: A Scientist’s Journey is both a book about a life of science and about the science of life. In it, Franklin M. Harold shares the story of his life as a German immigrant, who lived in the Middle East before coming to ...


  • Itinerant Galitzianers

    Galitzia, Buenos Aires, Berkeley, La Plata, Québec by

    Over a century is the period of time described for a galitzian family’s itinerant life in Europe and in the american continent. World War I and the destruction of the ancient kingdom of Galitzia is shown here. Life and migrations of the family ...


  • America's Leap Into Space

    My Time at JPL and the First Explorer Satellites by

    After the shock of watching Russia’s Sputnik become the world’s first artificial satellite, America’s infant space program hurried to launch one of their own. In just 90 days, Dr. Henry Richter and his colleagues at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory ...


  • Making Waves

    Memoir of a Marine Botanist by

    At age eight Marilyn Harlin already knew she wanted to be a scientist. Throughout the peaks and valleys in her life—including widowhood when her husband fell off a mountain in Switzerland, and the challenges of raising two children on her own--she ...


  • Steely Eyed Killers of the Deep

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    The sea stories of over 45 submariners who served in USS Nautilus (SSN-571) between 1954 and 1980. What one submarine sailor can imagine and tell in great detail, another submarine sailor can corroborate, expand and improve on, in much greater ...