Introduction to Nuclear and Particle Physics 2nd edition
Publisher: World Scientific Printers | 2003 | 417 pages | ISBN: 9812567445 | PDF | 18,0 mb
This book is based on a one-semester course on Nuclear and Particle Physics that we have taught to undergraduate juniors and seniors at the University of Rochester. Naturally, the previous experience and background of our students determined to a large extent the level at which we presented the material. This ranged from a very qualitative and hand-waving exposition to one class that consisted of a mix of about six engineering and math majors, to relatively formal and quantitative developments for classes that were composed of about ten to fifteen well-prepared physics majors.
Scientific American - October 2010 (Malestrom)
English | 84 pages | PDF | 9.03 MB
Scientific American (informally abbreviated to SciAm) is a popular science magazine published since August 28, 1845, which according to the magazine makes it the oldest continuously published magazine in the United States. It brings articles about new and innovative research to the amateur and lay audience.
Psd.Photoshop Oct 2010+Source Files
English | 50 pages | PDF + Sours Files | 56.90 MB
In each issue of magazine we will cover photo retouch, photomanipulation, picture restoring, digital painting and much more. The authors of magazine are from all over the world. The magazine is designed for those who want to improve their skills in Photoshop.
Processing A Programming Handbook for Visual Designers and Artists
English | Publisher: MIT Press (28 Sep 2007) | 736 pages | PDF | ISBN-13: 978-0262182621 | 23.83 MB
"This is an elegant and practical introduction to programming for artists and designers. It is rigorously grounded, informed by a vast amount of practical experience, and visually compelling.
Pathfinder Serpent's SkPathfinder Companion: Sargava, the Lost Colony
English | Publisher: Paizo Publishing, LLC.; Brdgm edition (13 July 2010) | 32 pages | PDF | ISBN-13: 978-1601252555 | 101.26 MB
Perched on the edge of the treacherous jungles of the Mwangi Expanse, Sargava was once the cherished southern colony of the great Empire of Cheliax. When the empire fell to devils a century ago, turbulent oceans and fierce pirates cut Sargava from the support and defenses of its parent nation, stranding it in a wilderness of disease and death.
Nice Ways To Say Very Bad things In English
English | Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc; illustrated edition edition (29 May 2008) | 152 pages | PDF | ISBN-13: 978-1402208850 | 10.57 MB
Few would argue that some behavior is so abhorrent, it demands redressing. Regardless of justification—idiot drivers, impudent clerks, adolescents who have been spawn by the devil—we as a society simply cannot condone smacking the offender upside the head.
The Nobody TPB
English | 153 pages | CBZ | 100m
The tiny, isolated fishing village of Large Mouth never saw much excitement ?until the arrival of the stranger, that is. Wrapped from head to toe in bandages and wearing weird goggles, he quietly took up residence in the sleepy town's motel. Driven by curiosity, the townfolk quickly learn the tragic story of his past, and of the terrible accident that left him horribly disfigured. Eventually, the town embraces the stranger as one of their own ?but do his bandages hide more than just scars? Inspired by H.G. Wells' The Invisible Man, THE NOBODY explores themes of identity, fear and paranoia in a small community from up-and-coming alternative comics creator and Xeric Award-winner Jeff Lemire (The Essex County Trilogy) in a special two-color story that'll have you guessing until the very end.
Intro to the Study of Dinosaurs
English | Publisher: John Wiley & Sons; 2nd Edition edition (22 Dec 2005) | 560 pages | PDF | ISBN-13: 978-1405134132 | 52.66 MB
This highly accessible introduction to dinosaurs places scientific method at the crux of the studies, teaching students about scientific research and principles as they learn about dinosaurs. Now in its second edition, the text includes updates on recent finds, increased coverage of evolution and physiology, and an expanded and improved illustration program.
In New York City, a killer known as "Henry The Eighth" leaves a trail of decapitated corpses �?keeping the severed heads to use for unknown purposes. NYPD Detective Adam Kamen leads the investigation, until a seemingly unrelated freak incident leaves him with a brain injury in the section known as "Brodmann Area 10." When he recovers, Adam's perceptions of time are altered. He becomes slowly convinced that his bizarre condition could be tied directly to the "Henry" case �?and that the key may lie in the ancient, mystical practice of trepanation.
Model Airplane News magazine is the world's leading authority on radio control aviation and modeling. All types of RC planes are covered. This includes nitro, electric, indoor and gas R/C planes. The substantial free content available on the website includes product and plan reviews, building hints, flight sims, helis, how-to articles and details about the current and upcoming issues. Model Airplane News Member Only area entitles you to exclusive online product reviews, access to 20 plus years of Model Airplane News magazine, Pit Tips, Podcasts from the editors, 360° product views, video interviews with top pros and industry leaders, new wallpaper every week, member contests with additional content added everyday!
Hockey Pictorial Magazine v1-03 (December 1955 - 36p)
English | 36 pages | PDF | 50.52 MB
Offered here is a complete run of all 182 original issues of the fondly remembered Hockey Pictorial magazine.
Heavenly Discourse by Charles Erskine Scott Wood and Art Young
English | Publisher: Kessinger Publishing Co (1 April 2005) | 352 pages | PDF | ISBN-13: 978-1417917655 | 55.01 MB
This book contains drawings by Art Young and frontispiece by Hugo Gellert. Charles Erskine Scott Wood led an extraordinary lifelong, varied, and controversial life. Soldier, poet, attorney, satirist, anarchist, bon vivant, painter, and pacifist. "Heavenly Discourse", containing his satirical, often hilarious, dialogues, is his best-known work
Other Lives is about people's identities, both real and created, and how the two become confused and conflated, particularly through the use of the Internet and an obsessive participation in role-playing games. The story follows three geeky guys who were former college classmates, whose respective make-believe personas lead to their "real" lives colliding ten years later.