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The World S Greatest Secrets

Author : Alan Hall
ISBN : 1851528679
Genre : Defense information, Classified
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Part of a series of books which examines real-life stories that have made newspaper headlines around the world, this title looks at secrets.
Category: Defense information, Classified

The Greatest Secret In The World

Author : Og Mandino
ISBN : 9780307420688
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
File Size : 70.19 MB
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What is 'the greatest secret in the world'? You won't discover it, although it's spelled out for you, unless you give yourself completely to this book and let its message change your life...for the better.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

10 Simple Secrets Of The World S Greatest Business Communicators

Author : Carmine Gallo
ISBN : 1402206968
Genre : Business & Economics
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Some of the greatest scientists including Poisson, Faraday, Maxwell, Rayleigh, and Einstein have contributed to the theory of composite materials. Mathematically, it is the study of partial differential equations with rapid oscillations in their coefficients. Although extensively studied for more than a hundred years, an explosion of ideas in the last five decades (and particularly in the last three decades) has dramatically increased our understanding of the relationship between the properties of the constituent materials, the underlying microstructure of a composite, and the overall effective (electrical, thermal, elastic) moduli which govern the macroscopic behavior. This renaissance has been fueled by the technological need for improving our knowledge base of composites, by the advance of the underlying mathematical theory of homogenization, by the discovery of new variational principles, by the recognition of how important the subject is to solving structural optimization problems, and by the realization of the connection with the mathematical problem of quasiconvexification. This 2002 book surveys these exciting developments at the frontier of mathematics.
Category: Business & Economics

What It Takes

Author : Charles D. Ellis
ISBN : 9781118560495
Genre : Business & Economics
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Expert insights on what sets the great professional firms apart from all the rest Having devoted a career that spans fifty years to consulting with and studying professional firms in the Americas, Asia, and Europe, author Charles Ellis learned firsthand how difficult it is for an organization to go beyond very good and attain, as well as sustain, excellence. Now, he shares his hard-won insights with you and reveals "what it takes" to be best-in-class in any industry. Enlightening and entertaining, What It Takes explores firms that are leaders in their particular field and the superior people who create and maintain them. Along the way, it identifies the secrets of their long-term success and reveals exactly how they can put your organization in a better position to excel when properly executed. Contains many stories of achieving excellence, and addresses the obstacles that top-ranking organizations face in sustaining it Includes insights on leaders in their particular field—from McKinsey & Company in consulting and Cravath, Swaine & Moore in law to the Mayo Clinic in healthcare Written by one of the most experienced and respected business consultants/advisors of our time What It Takes skillfully shows you how innovation and a commitment to excellence can drive success, while also revealing how easy it is to fall behind. With it, you'll discover what separates the great firms from the good ones and learn how to attain, and maintain, organizational success throughout the years.
Category: Business & Economics

Unacknowledged

Author : Steven Greer
ISBN : 1943957045
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For the last 70 years we've been lied to. What began as a covert black ops program to keep reverse-engineered ET technologies from the Soviets during the Cold War has become a compartmentalized criminal transnational enterprise illegally kept from presidents, world leaders, and congress. Dr. Steven M. Greer, the world's foremost authority on UFOs and ETS has provided briefing materials for sitting U.S. Presidents, members of congress, directors of the CIA and DIA, world leaders, and members of the Joint Chiefs. As founder and director of CSETI (Center for the Study of Extraterrestrial Intelligence) he has pioneered CE-5 protocols that have enabled thousands of civilians to engage in peaceful contact with our interstellar visitors. Now, he and hundreds of military personnel, scientists, and civilians who had top-secret access to Unacknowledged Special Access Projects (USAPs) have come forward with startling revelations about the greatest cover-up in human history in an attempt to prevent a false flag event in the works that - if unleashed - would make 9/11 look like a fender bender.Holding nothing back, Dr. Greer and his witnesses provide startling details about this unacknowledged chapter in history, energy and anti-gravitic systems, lunar bases, and black shelved technologies (purposely denied patents) that can transform our world...if we force their introduction into the free market.
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Titanic

Author : National Geographic
ISBN : 9781426209796
Genre : History
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On the 100th anniversary of Titanic's sinking, National Geographic revisits the romance, glory, and tragedy of this tremendous ship and presents an insider’s look at the new findings about the passengers and scientific study of the wreck site. For 100 years the great ship Titanic has rested in its final grave on the ocean floor, lost to deep ocean darkness until its 1985 discovery by National Geographic’s Bob Ballard. Relive the spell-binding tragic final hours of the ship in a detailed retelling of the famous story and learn the personal stories of lesser-known passengers, including the “guarantees.” For the first time since its discovery, Ballard travels to Belfast to interview descendants of the ship builders and the “guarantee group”—the ill-fated men who traveled on the ship’s first voyage to assure its seaworthiness. Understand underwater mapping techniques that have brought Titanic’s debris field into high resolution, and get a glimpse of current deep ocean scientific research on the wreckage and the future of underwater exploration.
Category: History

Life S Greatest Secret

Author : Matthew Cobb
ISBN : 9780465062669
Genre : Science
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Everyone has heard of the story of DNA as the story of Watson and Crick and Rosalind Franklin, but knowing the structure of DNA was only a part of a greater struggle to understand life’s secrets. Life’s Greatest Secret is the story of the discovery and cracking of the genetic code, the thing that ultimately enables a spiraling molecule to give rise to the life that exists all around us. This great scientific breakthrough has had farreaching consequences for how we understand ourselves and our place in the natural world, and for how we might take control of our (and life’s) future. Life’s Greatest Secret mixes remarkable insights, theoretical dead-ends, and ingenious experiments with the swift pace of a thriller. From New York to Paris, Cambridge, Massachusetts, to Cambridge, England, and London to Moscow, the greatest discovery of twentieth-century biology was truly a global feat. Biologist and historian of science Matthew Cobb gives the full and rich account of the cooperation and competition between the eccentric characters—mathematicians, physicists, information theorists, and biologists—who contributed to this revolutionary new science. And, while every new discovery was a leap forward for science, Cobb shows how every new answer inevitably led to new questions that were at least as difficult to answer: just ask anyone who had hoped that the successful completion of the Human Genome Project was going to truly yield the book of life, or that a better understanding of epigenetics or “junk DNA” was going to be the final piece of the puzzle. But the setbacks and unexpected discoveries are what make the science exciting, and it is Matthew Cobb’s telling that makes them worth reading. This is a riveting story of humans exploring what it is that makes us human and how the world works, and it is essential reading for anyone who’d like to explore those questions for themselves.
Category: Science

All The Secrets Of Magic Revealed

Author : Herbert L. Becker
ISBN : 0811908224
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Describes how a variety of magic tricks are performed by leading magicians, including Doug Henning, the Amazing Kreskin, Harry Houdini, Siegfried & Roy, and Mark Wilson.
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Google Speaks

Author : Janet Lowe
ISBN : 0470501243
Genre : Business & Economics
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Praise for Google Speaks "It's not hard to see that Google is a phenomenal company....At Geico, we pay these guys a whole lot of money for this and that key word." –Warren Buffett "Google rocks. It raised my perceived IQ by about 20 points." –Wes Boyd, President of Moveon.Org "Google is my rapid response research assistant. It's the Swiss Army knife of information retrieval." –Lloyd Grove, columnist, Portfolio.com "Who's afraid of Google? Everyone." –Wired magazine "Writers of the past had absinthe, whiskey or heroin. I have Google." –Michael Chabon, author of The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay
Category: Business & Economics