Science, Philosophy & Social Aspects
A Novel About the Impossible by Doug Gill
When Jack Bennett takes over a first-year physics course from a colleague, little does he realize that life as he knows it is about to change … dramatically. During his first lecture, he’s captivated by a beautiful woman sitting in the front row. ...
Can Ideas be Measured by Science? by Patrick J. Ricard
How is it possible that throughout history several inventors around the world have independently invented the same things at the same time? Why does history repeat itself? How do birds know how to migrate, and how can “instinct” be explained? Idea ...
Science and Beyond
Toward Greater Sanity through Science, Philosophy, Art and Spirituality by Rolf Sattler
Science, coupled with technology, has become the dominant force in most parts of the world. Thus, it affects our lives and society in many ways. Yet, misconceptions about science are widespread in governments, the general public, and even among many ...
Excuse Me, Life is Calling
by Christian Pedersen
Theology and science are relatively poorly represented in today’s world, a world of biased facts, misrepre- sented realities, and lack of investigative enquiry, which is often prejudicial and unbalanced in reasoning. Wouldn’t it be nice if everyone ...
Science and Spirituality... bridging the gap
by Kayume Baksh
This book provides a fascinating, well-researched, and thorough discussion of the connections between science and spirituality, including religion. It is eye-opening and allows readers to truly redefine how they look at these disciplines while ...
Truly Understanding And Ranking Our World's Greatest Threats by Jiaqi Hu
Our world faces threats on many fronts—terrorism, environmental and natural disasters, and pandemics, to name just a few. In light of these growing dangers, we must ask: Is the total annihilation of the human race inevitable, or can we be saved? ...
Taking into Account the Extraordinary
by Ronald D. Cowen
Extraordinary science, according to Thomas Kuhn, is about the unexpected in science. While it eventually generates a new paradigm, it often starts out with an unexplained fact. The problem for the scientific community is how to deal with unexpected ...
The Fight Against Geoengineering
by Andrew Calbery
Do you find it strange that some airplanes leave lines in the sky while others don't? Ever heard the word "chemtrails"? Well, something is happening up there in the sky. This book details the history of weather modification, the dangers it has to ...
Reflections on Science, Religion and Society: A Medical Perspective
by Joseph B Martin
Throughout his long and distinguished career in medicine and neuroscience, Dr. Joseph B. Martin has had the honor of delivering speeches to graduating students, professional societies, and academic conferences. As both a lifelong Anabaptist and ...
Freedom All The Way Up
God and the Meaning of Life in a Scientific Age by Christian J. Barrigar
Freedom All The Way Up proposes four intertwined elements that make up the meaning of life—self-worth, purpose, identity, and hope. Materialism (atheism) claim the universe has no meaning, so there is no larger purposeful story into which we can ...