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You Wouldn't Want to Live Without Fire!, Alex Woolf
1 You Wouldn't Want to Live Without Fire!
Alex Woolf UK Salariya Book Company 2015 1910184578 / 9781910184578 Soft cover New Book 24.2 x 21.3 x 0.7 cm Bergin Mark 
Imagine a world without fire. There would be no cooked food, no artificial light and no way of keeping warm in a cool climate. Fire can be dangerous, but over thousands of years we have learned to tame it. We use it to make pottery, glass and metals. It enabled us to invent the steam engine, the internal combustion engine and the rocket. Where would we be without it? 
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A Short History of Nearly Everything [used book], Bill Bryson
2 A Short History of Nearly Everything [used book]
Bill Bryson UK Black Swan 2004 0552997048 / 9780552997041 Soft cover Good Book B-format 
Bill Bryson describes himself as a reluctant traveller: but even when he stays safely in his own study at home, he can't contain his curiosity about the world around him. A Short History of Nearly Everything is his quest to find out everything that has happened from the Big Bang to the rise of civilization - how we got from there, being nothing at all, to here, being us. Bill Bryson's challenge is to take subjects that normally bore the pants off most of us, like geology, chemistry and particle physics, and see if there isn't some way to render them comprehensible to people who have never thought they could be interested in science. It's not so much about what we know, as about how we know what we know. How do we know what is in the centre of the Earth, or what a black hole is, or where the continents were 600 million years ago? How did anyone ever figure these things out? On his travels through time and space, he encounters a splendid collection of astonishingly eccentric, competitive, obsessive and foolish scientists, like the painfully shy Henry Cavendish who worked out many conundrums like how much the Earth weighed, but never bothered to tell anybody about many of his findings. In the company of such extraordinary people, Bill Bryson takes us with him on the ultimate eye-opening journey, and reveals the world in a way most of us have never seen it before. 
Price: 9.00 AUD
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Two Percent Solutions for the Planet: 50 Low-Cost, Low-Tech, Nature-Based Practices for Combatting Hunger, Drought, and Climate Change, Courtney White
3 Two Percent Solutions for the Planet: 50 Low-Cost, Low-Tech, Nature-Based Practices for Combatting Hunger, Drought, and Climate Change
Courtney White USA Chelsea Green Publishing 2015 1603586172 / 9781603586177 Soft cover New Book 22.9 x 15.2 x 1.9 cm 
Two Percent Solutions for the Planet profiles fifty innovative practices that soak up carbon dioxide in soils, reduce energy use, sustainably intensify food production, and increase water quality. The two percent refers to: the amount of new carbon in the soil needed to reap a wide variety of ecological and economic benefits; the percentage of the nation s population who are farmers and ranchers; and the low financial cost (in terms of GDP) needed to get this work done. As White explained in Grass, Soil, Hope, a highly efficient carbon cycle captures, stores, releases, and recaptures biochemical energy, mitigating climate change, increasing water storage capacities in soil, and making green plants grow. Best of all, we don t have to invent anything new a wide variety of innovative ideas and methods that put carbon back into the soil have been field-tested and proven to be practical and profitable. They re mostly low-tech, too, relying on natural resources such as sunlight, green plants, animals, compost, beavers, creeks, and more. In Two Percent Solutions for the Planet, White expands what he calls the regenerative toolbox, to include holistic grazing, edible forests, biochar, weed-eating livestock, food co-ops, keyline plowing, restoration agriculture, bioenergy, aquaponics, animal power, Farm Hack, bees, bears, wildlife corridors, rainwater harvesting, native seeds, and various other projects from across the United States, as well as in Canada, Europe, and Australia. These short, engaging success stories will help readers connect the dots between diverse, exciting, and pragmatic practices, and inspire them to dig deeper into each individual story and concept, energized by the news that solutions abound." 
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The Sacred Balance: Rediscovering Our Place in Nature [used book], David Suzuki and Amanda McConnell
4 The Sacred Balance: Rediscovering Our Place in Nature [used book]
David Suzuki and Amanda McConnell Australia Allen & Unwin 1997 1864484144 / 9781864484144 Soft cover Good Book Trade Paperback 
This text is environmentalist David Suzuki's "bottom line" for a sustainable future. It begins by exploring the inventiveness that has enabled humans to adapt so successfully to life on Earth. This has led to explosive changes in population, phenomenal scientific and technological power, greatly increased consumption of resources, a massive movement to the cities and the new global economics. As we prepare for the arrival of the next millennium, the need to find a truly sustainable way of living is urgent. But before a new way of living can be defined, the non-negotiable needs all humans have in order to achieve a full and healthy life have to be established. This book discusses what humans really need, arguing that not only do they have biological needs, but they also have social and spiritual needs as well. 
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Brain Food: No Artificial Facts or Flavours, Dr Karl Kruszelnicki
5 Brain Food: No Artificial Facts or Flavours
Dr Karl Kruszelnicki Australia MacMillan 2012 1742611710 / 9781742611716 Soft cover New Book 23.5 x 15.6 x 2.0 cm 
National Living Treasure Dr Karl places everyday science under the microscope; gives an insight into your insides; considers the elements of life; talks popcorn and pop stars, missing microbes and teaspoons; and ponders the paradoxical panda all in the name of edifying entertainment.Featuring 16 squared pages crammed full of glorious words and pictures, Brain Food will make you laugh, make you think AND best of all, make youse smarterer! About the Author: Dr Karl Kruszelnicki is the Julius Sumner Miller Fellow at the University of Sydney. He is a qualified medical doctor, engineer, physicist and mathematician. This MasterGeek consistently appears on the list of the Top 15 Most Trusted Australians. 
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Wild Plants of Greater Brisbane Revised Edition: A Queensland Museum Wild Guide *** TEMPORARILY OUT OF STOCK ***, Edited by Michelle Ryan
6 Wild Plants of Greater Brisbane Revised Edition: A Queensland Museum Wild Guide *** TEMPORARILY OUT OF STOCK ***
Edited by Michelle Ryan Australia Queensland Museum 2010 0975111620 / 9780975111628 Revised Edition Soft cover New Book 20.8 x 14.9 x 2.7 cm 
Brisbane and the surrounding region is one of the greenest urban environments in the world. In this book you'll find more than 500 species of our most familiar wild plants, and a few that are less well known, featured in over 1100 colour photographs; along with brief, easy-to-read, descriptions of the plants and their habitats. Photographic details of the whole plant, the flower fruit and seed enable individual plants to be easily identified. An added bonus is the wildlife notes that accompany many of the descriptions. 372 pages. 
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Handbook of the Physicochermical Properties of the Elements [used book][rare], Editied by G. V. Samsonov
7 Handbook of the Physicochermical Properties of the Elements [used book][rare]
Editied by G. V. Samsonov UK Oldbourne 1968 Hardcover Good Poor Book 23.3 x 16.0 x 5.0 cm 
This handbook contains concise information on the basic physical properties of the elements and on their chemical characteristics. In general, the data selected for inclusion in the handbook are those which either agree well with calculated data (in those cases where calculations could be carried out) or satisfy various correlations, particularly those based on concepts of the distribution of valence electrons of isolated atoms in the formation of a condensed state, as electrons localized at atomic ions in the form of energetically stable configurations, and as nonlocalized electrons. The Russian edition was published in the USSR in 1965, and new or previously omitted data have been added to all the sections of the present edition. 
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Popular Mechanics Robots: A New Age of Bionics, Drones and Artificial Intelligence, Editors by Daniel H. Wilson
8 Popular Mechanics Robots: A New Age of Bionics, Drones and Artificial Intelligence
Editors by Daniel H. Wilson USA Hearst Communications 2015 1618371681 / 9781618371683 Hardcover New Book 23.5 x 18.8 x 1.5 cm 
Thanks to film and literature, the idea of robots and artificial intelligence has long intrigued us. The fascination continues with Popular Mechanics Robots, which gathers the very best of the magazine's fantastic robotic coverage and examines the way we live with these machines today - and how we will continue to exist with other advanced technologies in the future. Readers can now discover all varieties of robot, including ones that recognize our faces, gestures, and emotions; drive our cars; serve as highly intelligent personal assistants and medical diagnosticians; go into space; and even become embedded in our architecture and homes. Although robots can inspire both fear and wonder, author David H. Wilson shows how they're not Terminators about to end our days...but the beginning of a brave new world. 
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A Primer of Botanical Latin with Vocabulary, Emma Short and Alex George
9 A Primer of Botanical Latin with Vocabulary
Emma Short and Alex George UK Cambridge University Press 2013 1107693756 / 9781107693753 Soft cover New Book 22.8 x 15.2 x 1.4 cm 
Latin is one of two acceptable languages for describing new plants, and taxonomists must be able to translate earlier texts in Latin. Providing a simple explanation of Latin grammar along with an in-depth vocabulary, this is an indispensable guide for systematic botanists worldwide. All relevant parts of speech are discussed, with accompanying examples as well as worked exercises for translating diagnoses and descriptions to and from Latin. Guidelines for forming specific epithets are also included. The authors cross-reference their grammar to Stearn's Botanical Latin and to articles in the International Code of Nomenclature for Algae, Fungi and Plants. The comprehensive vocabulary is enhanced with terms from recent glossaries for non-flowering plants - lichens, mosses, algae, fungi and ferns - making this an ideal resource for anyone looking to hone their understanding of Latin grammar and to translate botanical texts from the past 300 years. 
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Bees, Wasps, and Ants: The Indispensable Role of Hymenoptera in Gardens, Eric Grissell
10 Bees, Wasps, and Ants: The Indispensable Role of Hymenoptera in Gardens
Eric Grissell USA Timber Press 2010 0881929883 / 9780881929881 Hardcover New Book 23.1 x 15.5 x 3.3 cm 
Few insects are more important than bees, wasps, and ants. They maintain the garden's biological balance, fertilize vegetables, fruits, and flowers, and recycle nutrients within the soil. It's no exaggeration to say that a garden can't be understood without an understanding of its insects. "Bees, Wasps, and Ants" explores the importance of the Hymenoptera and explains how gardeners can encourage (or discourage) them in the garden. Part One includes a summary of their biology and a tour of what role they play in each part of the garden. Part Two takes a closer look at the individual groups within the family, including sawflies, horntails, woodwasps, parasitic wasps, predatory wasps, bees, and ants. "Bees, Wasps, and Ants" is sure to persuade even the most insectphobic reader to invite these fascinating creatures into their gardens. 
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Heaven and Earth: Global Warming, The Missing Science, Ian Plimer
11 Heaven and Earth: Global Warming, The Missing Science
Ian Plimer Australia Connor Court Publishing 2009 1921421142 / 9781921421143 Soft cover New Book 21.0 x 14.8 x 3.0 cm 
The Earth is an evolving dynamic system. Current changes in climate, sea level and ice are within variability. Atmospheric CO2 is the lowest for 500 million years. Climate has always been driven by the Sun, the Earth's orbit and plate tectonics and the oceans, atmosphere and life respond. Humans have made their mark on the planet, thrived in warm times and struggled in cool times. The hypothesis that humans can actually change climate is unsupported by evidence from geology, archaeology, history and astronomy. The hypothesis is rejected. A new ignorance fills the yawning spiritual gap in Western society. Climate change politics is religious fundamentalism masquerading as science. Its triumph is computer models unrelated to observations in nature. There has been no critical due diligence of the science of climate change, dogma dominates, sceptics are pilloried and 17th Century thinking promotes prophets of doom, guilt and penance. When plate tectonics ceases and the world runs out of new rocks, there will be a tipping point and irreversible climate change. Don't wait up. 
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Helm Dictionary of Scientific Bird Names, James A. Jobling
12 Helm Dictionary of Scientific Bird Names
James A. Jobling UK Christopher Helm 2009 1408125013 / 9781408125014 Hardcover New Book 24.1 x 16.1 x 3.7 cm 
Many scientific bird names describe a bird's habits, habitat, distribution or plumage, while other birds are named after their discoverers or in honour of prominent ornithologists. This extraordinary work of reference lists the genus and species name for almost every species of bird in the world as well as information about its meaning and derivation. In the case of eponyms brief biographical details are provided for each of the personalities commemorated in the scientific names. This fascinating book is an outstanding information resource which will both educate and inform, and may even help readers to understand birds better. 
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Evolve Your Brain: The Science of Changing Your Mind, Joe Dispenza
13 Evolve Your Brain: The Science of Changing Your Mind
Joe Dispenza USA Health Communications 2009 0757307655 / 9780757307652 Soft cover New Book 22.7 x 15.2 x 3.2 cm 
Why do we keep getting the same jobs, taking on the same relationships, and finding ourselves in the same emotional traps? Dr. Joe Dispenza not only teaches why people tend to repeat the same negative behaviours, he shows how readers can release themselves from these patterns of disappointment. With the dynamic combination of science and accessible how?to, Dispenza teaches how to use the most important tool in ones body and life?the brain. Featured in the underground smash hit of 2004, "What the Bleep Do We Know!?," Dispenza touched upon the brain's ability to become addicted to negative emotions. Now, in his empowering book Evolve Your Brain he explains how new thinking and new beliefs can literally rewire one's brain to change behaviour, emotional reactions, and habit forming patterns. Most people are unaware of how addicted they are to their emotions, and how the brain perpetuates those addictions automatically. In short, we become slaves to our emotional addictions without even realising it. By observing our patterns of thought, and learning how to 're?wire the brain' with new thought patterns, we can break the cycles that keep us trapped and open ourselves to new possibilities for growth, happiness and emotional satisfaction. A radical approach to changing addictive patterns and bad habits. Based on more than twenty years of research. Bridges the gap between science, spirituality and self?help?a formula that has proven success. Easy to understand and written for the average reader. 
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The Practical Encyclopedia of Rocks and Minerals: How to Find, Identify, Collect and Preserve the World's Best Specimens, with Over 1000 Photographs and Artworks, John Farndon
14 The Practical Encyclopedia of Rocks and Minerals: How to Find, Identify, Collect and Preserve the World's Best Specimens, with Over 1000 Photographs and Artworks
John Farndon UK Hermes House 2015 1844776700 / 9781844776702 Hardcover New Book 30.8 x 23.8 x 2.7 cm 
This is the ultimate photographic guide to the world of rocks and minerals. A comprehensive introduction explains the formation and classification of the many types of rock and mineral. Expertly written text describes the impact of factors such as time, weather and water erosion on external character. In the second part of the book specimens are grouped according to their chemical composition and characteristics, and all entries include quick-reference identification checklists to aid recognition. Featuring over 800 photographs and artworks, this is a one-stop reference, visual encyclopedia and field guide on a richly consuming and intriguing subject. 
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Astronomy 2017 Australia: Your Guide to the Night Sky, Ken Wallace and Glenn Dawes and Peter Northfield
15 Astronomy 2017 Australia: Your Guide to the Night Sky
Ken Wallace and Glenn Dawes and Peter Northfield Australia Quasar Publishing 2016 0992440920 / 9780992440923 Soft cover New Book 27.5 x 21.0 x 0.8 cm 
This annual gem (produced each year since 1991) continues to take the Australian stargazer on a wondrous journey of the night sky. This critically acclaimed work, produced by three well known experts in the field, takes a unique approach to explaining and identifying the Sun, Moon, planets and constellations; it is simply the best publication of its type in the world. 
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The Water-Wise Home: How to conserve and reuse Water in your home and landscape, Laura Allen
16 The Water-Wise Home: How to conserve and reuse Water in your home and landscape
Laura Allen USA Storey Publishing 2015 1612121691 / 9781612121697 Soft cover New Book 27.6 x 21.6 x 2.1 cm 
Are you looking for ways to save water -- or money? This accessible guide by Laura Allen, founder of Greywater Action, explains how to use water smartly and efficiently, increasing supply, saving money, reducing wear on your septic system, and filling your home and garden needs. She describes proven conservation techniques, explains how to create a water-wise landscape, and provides illustrated, step-by-step instructions for setting up a waterless composting toilet as well as systems to reuse greywater, harvest rainwater, and more. 
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The Bird Man of Brisbane: Silvester Diggles and His Ornithol, Louis J. Pigott
17 The Bird Man of Brisbane: Silvester Diggles and His Ornithol
Louis J. Pigott Australia Boolarong Press 2010 1921555629 / 9781921555626 Soft cover New Book 23.0 x 16.0 x 1.2 cm 
When Silvester Diggles arrived in 1855 there was little artistic or scientific talent in the small frontier town of Brisbane. By the time of his death in 1880, his paramount legacy was a large book on Australian birds, profusely illustrated with hand-coloured lithographs. Acting as his own publisher from 1865 onwards, Diggles produced the first substantial zoological work to commence publication in Australia. The compilation and content of this rare work of art and natural history is examined here in the light of Diggles' life and times, as well as his ornithological predecessors and contemporaries. So too is his role in establishing the first scientific society and museum in Queensland. Also presented in this lavishly illustrated publication are colour plates from his bird book, and some of his original bird paintings for the first time. Diggles was indeed the preeminent birdman of his day, not only in Brisbane but also Queensland if not Australia-wide. Dr Rod Fisher Brisbane historian 
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How to Write What You Want to Say in Science: A Guide for those who know what they want to say but can't find the words, Malcolm Carter and Lyn Carter and Patricia Hipwell
18 How to Write What You Want to Say in Science: A Guide for those who know what they want to say but can't find the words
Malcolm Carter and Lyn Carter and Patricia Hipwell Australia Boolarong Press 2016 1925236900 / 9781925236903 Soft cover New Book 21.0 x 14.8 x 0.5 cm 
How to write what you want to say...in science is a guide for those who know what they want to say but can't find the words. It provides a unique tool for improving scientific writing. It suits inexperienced scientific writers from the middle years of schoolingto tertiary level. 
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More Than Honey: The Survival of Bees and the Future of Our World, Markus Imhoof and Claus-Peter Lieckfeld
19 More Than Honey: The Survival of Bees and the Future of Our World
Markus Imhoof and Claus-Peter Lieckfeld Canada Greystone Books 2015 1771640995 / 9781771640992 Soft cover New Book 21.6 x 14.0 x 1.5 cm 
"If 70 percent of all cattle or 30 percent of all chickens were to die annually, states of emergency would be declared everywhere. The death of bees is at least that dramatic and with even more far-reaching consequences." More Than Honey, the book based on the award-winning documentary of the same name, takes us on a global tour of the world of bees, introducing us along the way to "killer bees," Frankenbees, beekeepers, and human pollinators. Markus Imhoof and Claus-Peter Lieckfeld examine both the history and current status of our relationship to and reliance on bees, and expose the human behaviors that are contributing to the decline of the bee population--a decline that could ultimately contribute directly to a world food problem. The authors intersperse information about the intricate social structure of the bee world and the problems faced by bees--ranging from the ubiquitous Varroa destructor to overuse of pesticides and an ever-shrinking natural landscape--with conversations and interviews with beekeepers and bee experts from across the world, balancing the views of those who see bees as simply a valuable source of income with the views of those who see bees as undervalued, misunderstood creatures that need our help to survive. The end result is a fascinating, accessible overview of a species that is crucial to our survival. 152 pages. About the Authors: Markus Imhoof is an Oscar-nominated Swiss filmmaker and director of the international award-winning documentary More Than Honey. He is descended from a long line of beekeepers. Claus-Peter Lieckfeld co-founded and edited the German ecological magazine Natur. He currently works as a freelance writer, and in addition to co-authoring several books, has written numerous articles on nature. Both live in Berlin. 
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The Engineering Book: From the Catapult to the Curiosity Rover, 250 Milestones in the History of Engineering, Marshall Brain
20 The Engineering Book: From the Catapult to the Curiosity Rover, 250 Milestones in the History of Engineering
Marshall Brain USA Sterling 2015 1454908092 / 9781454908098 Hardcover New Book 20.3 x 18.5 x 4.8 cm 
This is the latest in the bestselling Sterling Milestones series. It provides a detailed look at 250 milestones in the discipline of Engineering. It is written by the creator of the How Stuff Works series. Engineering is where human knowledge meets real-world problems and solves them. It's the source of some of our greatest inventions, from the wheel to the jet engine. Marshall Brain, creator of the How Stuff Works series and a professor at the Engineering Entrepreneurs Programme at NCSU, provides a detailed look at 250 milestones in the discipline. He covers the various areas, including chemical, aerospace and computer engineering, from ancient history to the present. The topics include architectural wonders like the Acropolis, the Great Wall of China and the Eiffel Tower; transportation advances such as the high-spped bullet train; medical innovations, including the artificial heart and kidney dialysis; developments in communications, such as the mobile phone; as well as DNA fingerprinting, the large Hadron Collider, drones and more. 
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