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Return To Zeropoint Ii

Author : Robert F. Ray
ISBN : 1452555605
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Ho’oponopono seems like magic, but it is not magic at all. It is real and within your grasp. Return to Zeropoint is our system of teaching how to use Ho’oponopono in an easy and straightforward manner. We take away the pain of learning and get to the nuts and bolts without struggle and strife. Leave your problems and pain behind, and move forward with the life of joy that you deserve. It is within your grasp.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Zero Point

Author : John Glasby
ISBN : 9781473210516
Genre : Fiction
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Over the long years, ships of the Interplanetary Confederation had scoured the empty wastes surrounding Sol, searching desperately for a sister planet; a companion for the isolated worlds of the Solar System. Of the ships that were sent out, many returned. But always the answer was the same. There were no planets! The worlds of Sol were alone in the Great Dark that swirled across the boundless heavens. It was not until Steve Rane and Nick Brodine, in the Exploratory Ship Vega, reached across the yawning gulf of light years to Sirius, that they found the strange planet that rotated in its complicated orbit around the twin sun. It was an event transcending all others. A discovery that plunged the planets of Sol into the greatest race of all time. For whoever controlled the alien planet, controlled the Solar System. And away from the watchful eye of the IPC it would be possible to build the greatest space armada in history and attack the Interplanetary Confederation without warning. To Steve Rane, the order came from Earth Central. Zero Point has been set for three months hence. The ship of Jupiter must not reach the new planet first.
Category: Fiction

Zero Point

Author : Neal Asher
ISBN : 9780230765443
Genre : Fiction
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It was a quest for vengeance; now it’s full-blown rebellion Earth’s Zero Asset citizens no longer face extermination from orbit. Thanks to Alan Saul, the Committee’s network of control is a smoking ruin. Its robotic enforcers also lie dormant. But power abhors a vacuum, and the Committee’s Serene Galahad seizes command. On Mars, Var Delex is fighting to save the Antares Base. She must also crush the first signs of its own rebellion, while the Argus Space Station speeds towards the red planet. Var knows that whoever trashed Earth is still aboard. And aboard Argus Station, Alan Saul’s mind has expanded into its computer network. There, he learns of the Humanoid Unit Development and its ghastly experiments; the possibility of eternal life; and of a madman who may hold the keys to interstellar flight. But Earth’s agents are close, and the killing will soon begin. Zero Point is the second book in Neal Asher’s high-octane Owner trilogy. 'A thoroughly enjoyable novel' – Walker of Worlds 'A real page turner' – I Will Read Books
Category: Fiction

Zero Point

Author : Wasique Mirza
ISBN : 9781257791927
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* Malik Jahangir, the man who would be Prime Minister of Pakistan, is dead. Assassinated during a public rally at the peak of his election campaign. Dr. Kamran Haider, a brilliant trauma surgeon, and his accidental partner Sana Aziz, a feisty female reporter, are unwittingly caught in a cat and mouse game with a ruthless assassin who was brought up in a missionary orphanage in the Bronx. Caught between the demons that have haunted him all his life, and the unfamiliar sights and sounds of the street of Pakistans capitol, he hunts the two people who have the information to prove that assassination of Malik Jahangir may have motives beyond local politics and religious fundamentalism. As the story unfolds, characters in Pakistani and American politics emerge, revealing a conspiracy that involves political ambitions, regional dominance and motives rooted in a race for the natural resources of the region.

Battle At Zero Point

Author : Mack Maloney
ISBN : 9781612321387
Genre : Fiction
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The year is 7202 A.D. Evolving from genetic manipulation and virtually immortal, the Specials wielded their repressive power over a far-flung empire for nearly two thousand years. Until one man-a man of mystery, a gifted military strategist, a superb pilot, a charismatic leader-dared to raise the flag of rebellion. That man is Hawk Hunter.In the middle of a fierce battle with the Imperial forces, Hunter suddenly finds himself alone. His badly-damaged fleet has vanished-gone through a portal to another dimension. They can lay low, rest, make repairs, and gain strength for their next assault.But the enemy also finds the portal-and it leads them to a different dimension where they discover powerful and deadly new allies.Now Hunter must undertake his own Interdimensional search for support. Because when the portal reopens, the battle that follows could destroy not only the rebels and the Empire, but also the entire galaxy.
Category: Fiction

Black Magic Woman Zero Point Negro

Author : I Rivers
ISBN : 9781879193123
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A fictional text of indescribable energy and strangeness, by an author living apparently someplace in Asia. We ourselves know almost nothing of this author, not even his real name, other than that he lives in a village and that he has an original and remarkable talent.

Optimizing Scientific Return For Astronomy Through Information Technologies

Author : Peter Joseph Quinn
ISBN : UOM:39015061380088
Genre : Science
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Proceedings of SPIE present the original research papers presented at SPIE conferences and other high-quality conferences in the broad-ranging fields of optics and photonics. These books provide prompt access to the latest innovations in research and technology in their respective fields. Proceedings of SPIE are among the most cited references in patent literature.
Category: Science

Natural Law The Zero Point Field And The Spirit That Is Holy

Author : Dr. H. Lawrence Zillmer
ISBN : 9781499070736
Genre : Religion
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This study pulls together four hundred years of scientific research with modern research in the field of Quantum Mechanics, regarding the light energy of the Zero Point Field, uniting it with the life and teachings of Jesus as understood by the First Century Christian Fellowship. Since truth is one, all inquiry pursued far enough leads to the One. It is time that the research in various fields of inquiry be united in the glorious truth that is the harmony built into this Creation by our loving Creator. It is time that the light energy of our Creator and Sustainer’s love be a “light unto our feet.”
Category: Religion

At Zero Point

Author : Rose A. Zimbardo
ISBN : 9780813158587
Genre : History
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At Zero Point presents an entirely new way of looking at Restoration culture, discourse, and satire. The book locates a rupture in English culture and epistemology not at the end of the eighteenth century (when it occurred in France) but at the end of the seventeenth century. Rose Zimbardo's hypothesis is based on Hans Blumenberg's concept of "zero point" -- the moment when an epistemology collapses under the weight of questions it has itself raised and simultaneously a new epistemology begins to construct itself. Zimbardo demonstrates that the Restoration marked both the collapse of the Renaissance order and the birth of modernism (with its new conceptions of self, nation, gender, language, logic, subjectivity, and reality). Using satire as the site for her investigation, Zimbardo examines works by Rochester, Oldham, Wycherley, and the early Swift for examples of Restoration deconstructive satire that, she argues, measure the collapse of Renaissance epistemology. Constructive satire, as exemplified in works by Dryden, has at its discursive center the "I" from which all order arises to be projected to the external world. No other book treats Restoration culture or satire in this way.
Category: History

Macromedia Freehand Mx

Author : Patti Schulze
ISBN : 0321179161
Genre : Computers
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Covers the basic concepts of the computer graphics program as well as topics including documents, display options, working with pages, creation tools, objects, operations, layers, color, effects, attributes, and animations.
Category: Computers