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Purposeful Universe: How Quantum Theory and Mayan &hellip by Carl Johan Calleman
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5.0 out of 5 stars Totally Compelling, 13 April 2012
A completely riveting read presenting a salient, well researched alternative to Darwinism. Whether you have an understanding of physics, biology and/or chemistry Calleman explains, in laymans' terms, the nature of atomics and entanglement theory, his take on the evolution of the Universe and life on Earth. He also postulates the possibilities of life elsewhere with reasoned well laid out discourse.

It is evident that he has done his research and read widely to give his theory on 'the big bang', how life started and evolved and the links between each stage of existence, atomic theory and the Mayan calender. He suggests that the Ancients were far more advanced than is appreciated… Read more
How to Catch a Star by Oliver Jeffers
How to Catch a Star by Oliver Jeffers
5.0 out of 5 stars Cosmic Nite Nites, 21 Oct 2011
Even the most hyperactive child could not resist falling into the charms of this delightful story with such warm, enveloping illustrations. A really 'human', night time book about feelings, desires and the merit of never giving up. Very inspiring on many levels and great for a child's soul.
A Colour Atlas of Weed Seedlings by John B Williams
5.0 out of 5 stars Weeding out the Weeds, 16 Oct 2011
Brilliant book covering the cotyledon stage of weed seedlings. I just wish there was a book like this on other plants, shrubs and trees. Simple, easy to use and flat enough to use as a pocket guide [will stick out the top though].
Photographs are clear, the format is simple and the information gives as much detail as necessary.
A good buy for professional horticulturalists and hobby gardeners alike.

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