Best Books: Science & Academic

1 Dating Guru:Lost Chapters

Dating Guru:Lost Chapters

Pavel Šlajs | Psychology


Dating Guru:Lost Chapters is THE ULTIMATE POWERFUL FAKIN and only guide to getting girls and to understand women once and for all. This is why guys that read it don't read or recommend anything else. Because the few men who "get it" spend the rest of their lives enjoying sexy girls in abundance – and so can you.You can learn to get ANY girl...

2 18 Paradigm Frob to Manipulate your Destiny

18 Paradigm Frob to Manipulate your Destiny

Aman V. Varma | Psychology


​What if you can manipulate your destiny by changing the operating system of your brain?What if you could seduce & influence people to make them work for you.What if you can create what ever you want your life to look like?What if you could manifest the invisible resources, people & things just by thinking your way into itSounds...

3 Unidentified Flying Objects UFOs Documents of the U.S. Government

Unidentified Flying Objects UFOs Documents of the U.S. Government

Michael Erbschloe | Science


In 1947, a rash of sightings of unexplained flying objects (UFOs) swept America. Although the newly formed U.S. Air Force was the primary investigator of these sightings, the FBI received many reports and worked for a time with the Air Force to investigate these matters between 1947 and 1954. The CIA investigated UFOs into the early 1990s. This...

4 Life


Laurentiu Mihaescu | Science


Space, gravity, atoms and a little bit of randomness, these are the main ingredients in the most important recipe ever. And there is no need for someone to mix and prepare them, or to throw some cosmic dice; the simple laws of physics are doing it perfectly. This recipe, the Universe and about 10 billion years of "cooking": Somewhere, on a small...

5 Shades of Pain

Shades of Pain

MEA Sattosh | Psychology


A book about self-isolation, solitude and being withdrawn. A book about escapism. A book that suggests a sure fun way to navigate out from inside all that depression emerging triumphal and at peace with the world.

6 Mathematics: Ages 5 to 6

Mathematics: Ages 5 to 6

Glen K. Dash | Mathematics


This book is intended to be used by children ages 5 to 6. Other age groups will also benefit from the book. Anyone can use this book globally, although the curriculum may differ slightly from one region to the other. This is so because the core content of Mathematics is the same around the world. A variety of colorful illustrations and lessons...

7 The Rise of the Robots In the U.S.

The Rise of the Robots In the U.S.

Michael Erbschloe | Science


One exciting element of the Advanced Manufacturing Partnership is the National Robotics Initiative. Robots are working for us every day, in countless ways. At home, at work, and on the battlefield, robots are increasingly lifting the burdens of tasks that are dull, dirty, or dangerous. Robotics can address a broad range of national needs such as...

8 Girl Fighting Exposed, 7th edition

Girl Fighting Exposed, 7th edition

Dean Henryson | Psychology


Two different battles evolve in girl fighting. One is physical, and the other is psychological. Both are interrelated. This book delves especially into the psychological, which involves one girl attempting to dominate the other’s mind.Taboo thoughts, animalistic behaviors, and carnal struggles ensue that have profound impacts. Hidden dynamics...

9 An End To Loneliness

An End To Loneliness

Ion Light | Psychology


Personal essays consistent with trans-personal psychology that the author used to increase life satisfaction. Topics range from the 'invisible counselor technique' championed by Napoleon Hill, 'Active Imagination' by Carl Jung, and 'Tulpamancy.' If you're interested in change, have ever been profoundly influenced by loneliness, and are capable...

10 3D Printing Changes U.S. Government Operations and Procurement

3D Printing Changes U.S. Government Operations and Procurement

Michael Erbschloe | Science


Additive manufacturing—also known as three-dimensional (3D) printing—has the potential to fundamentally change the production and distribution of goods. Unlike conventional or subtractive manufacturing processes, such as drilling, which create a part by cutting away material, additive manufacturing builds a part using a layer-by-layer...