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THE HISTORY OF COSMOLOGY AND A THEORY OF EVERYTHING
THE HISTORY OF COSMOLOGY AND A THEORY OF EVERYTHING
Magdy Rabie Sanad, Astronomy Department of the National Research Institute of Astronomy and Geophysics in Helwan, Cairo, Egypt
ISBN 978-1-910889-55-8, 280 pages - Hardback - August, 2017, £75.00/$100.00

The history of cosmology is interesting and full of important and significant visions, thoughts, results and important conclusions from the Greek world view to our present time. At the beginning of the science of cosmology there were some simple scientific speculations and disciplines. Now, by its end at the beginning of 21st century, there is a Theory of Everything (ToE) which represents the final comprehensive description of the whole universe from its origination from the primordial matter and original gas and its evolution through billions of years to its present status More...


THE THEORY OF EARTHQUAKES
THE THEORY OF EARTHQUAKES
Bogdan Felix Apostol, Institute for Earth Physics, Romania
ISBN 978-1-910889-51-0, 360 pages - Hardback - August, 2017, £75.00/$100.00

The book provides a description of the theory of earthquakes, starting with the tensorial force of the seismic moment and including the static deformations, the primary spherical-shell P and S waves and the seismic main shock. Vibrations of the spherical Earth and elastic half-space are presented and elements of seismometry and structural engineering are included. More...


THE ATOMIC QUANTUM THEORY OF GRAVITY
THE ATOMIC QUANTUM THEORY OF GRAVITY
Alex Savitsky, Russia
ISBN 978-1-910889-22-0, 80 pages - Softback - September, 2017, £20.00/$30.00

The Atomic Quantum Theory of Gravity’ represents a brief summary of the new model of the world that will substitute the Nicolaus Copernicus’ heliocentric model. This is a new view of the world from the system of reference linked with the center of our Galaxy from where the world is seen as the world of the great English physicists: I. Newton, M. Faraday, D. Maxwell, E. Rutherford. This is the world of electromagnetic interactions in the universal scale where the hydrogen atom and its quantization play the leading role. In this theory, bodies do not only attract each other, but also repulse in the case of anti-parallel motion. More...


INTRODUCTION TO THE THEORY OF EARTHQUAKES
INTRODUCTION TO THE THEORY OF EARTHQUAKES
Bogdan Felix Apostol, Institute for Earth Physics, Romania
ISBN 978-1-910889-53-4, 90 pages - Hardback - August, 2017, £30.00/$40.00

This booklet is an introduction to the basic concepts of the physics of earthquakes. It may be viewed as a short summary of the author's larger book Theory of Earthquakes (also published by Cambridge International Science Publishing, see this website, ISBN 9781910889510). The booklet introduces the tensorial force of the seismic moment, the notion of elementary earthquakes More...


CIRCULATION PROCESSES IN THE ATMOSPHERE AND GLACIER DYNAMICS
CIRCULATION PROCESSES IN THE ATMOSPHERE AND GLACIER DYNAMICS
V. Fedorov, Moscow State University,
ISBN 978-1-907343-84-1; Approx 380 pages - Hardback - September, 2014

Circulation processes in the atmosphere are making significant changes in the annual , seasonal and diurnal variation of air temperature, which is determined mainly by solar energy with circulation processes in the atmosphere associated with the formation and distribution of precipitation. Thus, circulation processes affect the course of the main climatic elements defining the conditions for the development of glaciers and therefore represent one of the most important factors in the spread of glaciers in the area and their development over time.

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A HANDBOOK OF HARMFUL MARINE LIFE
A HANDBOOK OF HARMFUL MARINE LIFE
R. Santhanam, Fisheries College & Research Institute, Tamilnadu Veterinary & Animal Sciences University, Thoothukudi, India
ISBN 978-1-907343-71-1, 270 pages - Hardback - April, 2015, £65.00/$110.00

This book has been written primarily to serve as a Hand Book-cum-Reference for all the students of Life Sciences viz Zoology Marine Biology Aquatic Biology and Environmental Sciences and as a general reading material for all those interested in harmful marine life. More...


PHYSICS OF GALACTIC DISKS
PHYSICS OF GALACTIC DISKS
A.M. Fridman and A.V. Khoperskov
ISBN-13: 978-1-907343-30-8
756 pages - Hardback - January 15 2013
£115.00/$180.00

The book includes a number of new data obtained in recent years, in particular material relating to the recently discovered new structures in spiral galaxies: giant anticyclones, cyclones and slow bars. New methods for the detection of these structures are described. Types of vertical motions of stars and gas in the galaxies, whether due to the presence of spiral arms, or hose instability are discussed. An important place is given to modern numerical methods for describing the dynamics of galaxies, stellar as well as gas components. Algorithms of numerical models and a number of important results are presented. More...


THE FUTURE OF POST-HUMAN GEOGRAPHY: A PREFACE TO A NEW THEORY OF ENVIRONMENTS AND THEIR INTERACTIONS
THE FUTURE OF POST-HUMAN GEOGRAPHY: A PREFACE TO A NEW THEORY OF ENVIRONMENTS AND THEIR INTERACTIONS
Peter Baofu (USA)
ISBN-13: 978-1-907343-69-8
590 pages - Hardback - January 2012
£50.00/$80.00
this book provides an alternative (better) way to understand the future of geography, especially in the dialectic context of environments and their interactions-while learning from different approaches in the literature but without favoring any one of them (nor integrating them, since they are not necessarily compatible with each other). In other words, this book offers a new theory (that is, the interventive-reshaping theory of geography) More...


THE FUTURE OF POST-HUMAN GEOLOGY A PREFACE TO A NEW THEORY OF STATICS AND DYNAMICS
THE FUTURE OF POST-HUMAN GEOLOGY
A PREFACE TO A NEW THEORY OF STATICS AND DYNAMICS

Peter Baofu (USA)
ISBN-13: 978-1-907343-16-2
450 pages - Hardback - November 2010
£50.00/$80.00
This book offers an alternative (better) way to understand the future of geology, especially in the context of statics and dynamics-while learning from different approaches in the literature but without favoring any one of them (nor integrating them, since they are not necessarily compatible with each other). Thus, this book offers a new theory to go beyond the existing approaches in the literature on geology in an original way. More...


LARGE-SCALE INHOMOGENEOUS THERMODYNAMICS - AND APPLICATION FOR ATMOSPHERIC ENERGETICS
LARGE-SCALE INHOMOGENEOUS THERMODYNAMICS - AND APPLICATION FOR ATMOSPHERIC ENERGETICS
Yong Zhu
Dept of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

ISBN-13: 978-1-898326-31-1
640 pages - Hardback -2003
£90.00/$180.00
This book introduces a new science, called large-scale inhomogeneous thermodynamics, to study the inhomogeneous thermodynamic systems More...


ORIGINS: COSMOLOGY, EVOLUTION AND CREATION
ORIGINS: COSMOLOGY, EVOLUTION AND CREATION
B. Hills, United Kingdom
ISBN-13: 978-1-898326-98-4
280 pages - Softback - 2003
£30.00/$60.00
As its title suggets, “Origins: cosmology, evolution and creation” presents the reader with a critical analysis of the subject of “Origins” and assesses the current state of the evolution-versus-creation debate More...


THEORETICAL FUNDAMENTALS OF ATMOSPHERIC OPTICS
THEORETICAL FUNDAMENTALS OF ATMOSPHERIC OPTICS
Yu.M. Timofeyev and A.V. Vasil'ev
St Petersburg State University, Russia

ISBN-13: 978-1-904602-25-5
500 pages - Hardback - 2008
£95.00/$190.00
The book describes the theoretical fundamentals of atmospheric optics as a science of propagation, transformation and generation of electromagnetic radiation in the atmosphere from ultraviolet to microwave radiation. More...


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