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Physics Today (World Book Encyclopedia of Science)
Physics Today (World Book Encyclopedia of Science)
by Harold Bull, John Clark, Eric Drewery, Kate Duffy, Nicola Okell, Martyn Page, Polly Powell, Hal Robinson, Sandy Shepherd, David Sutherland Wendy Allen
Edition: Board book
18 used & new from $0.67

4.0 out of 5 stars Amazing book, full of brilliant diagrams and visual demonstrations,includes practical applications., January 28, 2007
Despite having been released in 1987, this book relays the fundamentals far better than those of any modern "for dummies" or "complete idiot's" series. The book is packed with carefully-done charts and illustrations. Glancing at the back credits will allow one to see that the co-authors must have consulted at least 100 different institutions to gather the illustrations present in this book.

Although it is considered to as an encyclopedia, the topics are actually organized in the form of a physics text so that one may read it cover to cover, and learn a great deal in the process.

This book revealed some amazing information that I had never learned in science classes:

(E.G.'s) Mass and energy are actually interconvertible, police radar guns work by firing microwaves (not radio waves) at moving cars and measuring how long it takes for the waves to return, the equations for force exerted by gravitational field, electrical field and magnetic field are nearly the same, every single object gives off radiation at all times,the "sea of electrons" within metals is responsible not only for their exceptional electrical conductivity but also for their great heat conductivity, Ultra wave sounds may be used to weld metal without melting it, etc.!!!!

plus at the price, you can't go wrong even if you find you disagree with my excellent review. I am going to get the chemistry volume from this series as well.


The Men's Health Belly-Off Program: Discover How 80,000 Guys Lost Their Guts...And How You Can Too
The Men's Health Belly-Off Program: Discover How 80,000 Guys Lost Their Guts...And How You Can Too
by Lou Schuler
Edition: Paperback
79 used & new from $0.01

2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars inspirational, January 20, 2006
this book presents many stories of men who were badly out of shape that were able to overcome obstacles to become fit and trim. Any man who wants to get into shape can derive great inspiration from these strong men who did it themselves.


Ms. Tree (Bogie's Mystery)
Ms. Tree (Bogie's Mystery)
by Max Allan Collins
Edition: Paperback
24 used & new from $0.01

2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars great for graphic novel enthusiasts that appreciate realism, January 6, 2006
great comic noir. Gritty, abrasive stories about a female private investigator. Quentin tarantino fans check this out.


The Great Movies II
The Great Movies II
by Roger Ebert
Edition: Hardcover
43 used & new from $5.00

4 of 123 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars why would one see or not see a movie based upon one man's advice, November 2, 2005
This review is from: The Great Movies II (Hardcover)
roger ebert has his own individual tastes and I respect that. I have my my own tastes too. Ebert thought "the pillow book" was a great film. He didn't like reservoir dogs. Don't adhere to this guy's recommendations. Anyone who does should read a story called the emporor's new clothes and reflect on the moral.
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Baseball  at  the  University  of  Michigan  (MI)  (Images  of  Baseball)
Baseball at the University of Michigan (MI) (Images of Baseball)
by Rich Adler
Edition: Paperback
Price: $21.99
27 used & new from $5.29

1.0 out of 5 stars poor writing, October 6, 2005
Although the history of U of M's baseball team is very interesting . This book is not. Please save your money and don't buy this literary disaster. If I was adler's writing professor, he would get a about a 20%. Hence 1 out of 5 stars.


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5.0 out of 5 stars great product, September 22, 2005
Durable, water-proof, holds nearly 300 disks. If you want to keep your cd's/dvd's safe from water, fire and anything else, buy this product. It is durable and will last a lifetime.


Memorex 2.4x 8.5 GB Double Layer DVD+R Pack (3 Discs) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
Memorex 2.4x 8.5 GB Double Layer DVD+R Pack (3 Discs) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
Offered by LMS Reselling Company
Price: $12.99
19 used & new from $3.88

0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars have burned 12 long movies, all came out perfectly., September 14, 2005
Far better than any single layer media I have used. Maybe I just have good luck, but all movies i burn with these disks turn out perfect!


Wolfgang Puck Makes It Easy: Delicious Recipes for Your Home Kitchen
Wolfgang Puck Makes It Easy: Delicious Recipes for Your Home Kitchen
by Martha Rose Shulman
Edition: Hardcover
215 used & new from $0.01

9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars exquisite dishes you can realistically prepare, August 22, 2005
Great food!!!! Recipes can be prepared by any novice!!!


Season of the Hunted
Season of the Hunted
DVD ~ Muse Watson
Price: $8.85
53 used & new from $0.01

2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars worst film i have seen next to "going overboard", August 7, 2005
This review is from: Season of the Hunted (DVD)
looks like it was shot with my camcorder from 1996. unrealistic dialogue. not the least bit able to be engulfed in.


Happiness
Happiness
DVD ~ Jane Adams
Price: $8.41
52 used & new from $3.36

5 of 16 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars terrible, slower than slow, can we drag the dialogue out any longer?, July 18, 2005
This review is from: Happiness (DVD)
This was a horrendous movie! It was boring. It was slow moving. The characters were despicable. They had close up shots of two different wads of siemen, one of which the dog licked up on camera. Need I say more?
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