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The Deluge in the Light of Modern Science

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The Deluge in the Light of Modern Science is written by William Denton. If the Bible is God's book, we ought to know it. If the Creator of the universe has spoken to man, how important that we should listen to his voice and obey his instructions! On the other hand, if the Bible is not God's book, we ought to know it.

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The Dawn of Reason

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The Dawn of Reason is written by James Weir. Most works on mind in the lower animals are large and ponderous volumes, replete with technicalities, and unfit for the general reader; therefore the author of this book has endeavored to present the evidences of mental action, in creatures lower than man, in a clear, simple, and brief form.

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The Culture of Vegetables and Flowers

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The Culture of Vegetables and Flowers is written by Sutton and Sons. Horticulture has a full share in the progressive character of the age. Changes have been effected in the Kitchen Garden which are quite as remarkable as the altered methods of locomotion, lighting and sanitation.

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A Critique of the Theory of Evolution

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A Critique of the Theory of Evolution is written by Thomas Hunt Morgan. Occasionally one hears today the statement that we have come to realize that we know nothing about evolution. This point of view is a healthy reaction to the over-confident belief that we knew everything about evolution.

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Criminal Psychology

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Criminal Psychology is written by Hans Gross. What Professor Gross presents in this volume is nothing less than an applied psychology of the judicial processes,--a critical survey of the procedures incident to the administration of justice with due recognition of their intrinsically psychological character, and yet with the insight conferred by a responsible experience with a working system.

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Common Science

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Common Science is written by Carleton Washburne. This is a work of historical interest only and much of the scientific content has been superseded. There are numerous experiments described in this book which are hazardous and should not be attempted. Advice given on handling toxic substances, electrical apparatus etc. should not be followed. Do not try this at home!

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Coal

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Coal is written by Raphael Meldola. This is neither a technical manual, nor a treatise dealing with the history of a particular branch of applied science, but it partakes somewhat of the character of both. It is an attempt—perhaps somewhat bold—to present in a popular form an account of the great industry which has arisen out of the waste from the gas-works.

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A Brief Account of Radio-activity

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A Brief Account of Radio-activity is written by Francis Preston Venable. I have gathered the material for this little book because I have found it a necessary filling out of the course for my class in general chemistry.

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Astronomy of To-day

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Astronomy of To-day is written by Cecil Goodrich Julius Dolmage. The object of this book is to give an account of the science of Astronomy, as it is known at the present day, in a manner acceptable to the general reader.

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The Astronomy of the Bible

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The Astronomy of the Bible is written by E. Walter Maunder. Why should an astronomer write a commentary on the Bible? Because commentators as a rule are not astronomers, and therefore either pass over the astronomical allusions of Scripture in silence, or else annotate them in a way which, from a scientific point of view, leaves much to be desired.

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