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From the author of The Martian, comes a new and exciting crime thriller, which just happens to take place in the modular lunar city of Artemis. Mixing scientific fact, with pulse pounding excitement, Andy Weir grabs you hook, line and … Continue reading
Trekkies are either in love, or in an uproar. The new Start Trek is not like anything that has come before. The uniforms are different. The Klingons look different. The Starships are more advanced than they should be according to … Continue reading
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Life. If you are interested in the ebb and flow of how life exists on planet Earth this book is for you. Understanding the nature of the oceans, and how it affects our daily lives has been a human endeavor … Continue reading
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