Book tells of the discovery and development of a new mineral that cured many people of malaria in the jungle in S. America. Later more than 75,000 cases of malaria were treated successfully in Africa. At the same time more 388 cases of AIDS were successfully treated, and clinical trials were run with 100% success in the Country of Malawi. Since that time thousands of people have successfully used the solution that is described in the book. People have recovered from Hepatitis C, from diabetes, from cancer, TB, colds, flu, lupus, and many other diseases. More than 100,000 people in America have been treated with more than 11,000 bottles of the solution being sold each month as of March 2008. This miracle mineral solution creates an internal environment boosting the immune system that disease borne pathogens cannot survive in.
Can We Live 150 Years?
Author: Mikhail Tombak
Publisher: Healthy Life PressInc
"... guide to adopting healthy practices in order to extend one's life span. From delaying the aging process; to illnes prevention tiips; to proper breathing, dieting, and exercising; to keeping in optimim condition; to keeping toxins out of one's intestines, kidney, liver, and blood, "Can We Live 150 Years?" is an enthusiastically recommended supplement to Health & Medicine reference collections as well as Self-Improvement reading list"--Back cover.
It is often not enough to find the correct remedy in homeopathic medicine. Particularly in chronic diseases that have already been treated, a complementary remedy or a series of remedies in sequence is frequently needed to provide optimal care. The first comprehensive handbook on homeopathic remedy relationships, this book provides lists of complementary, successive, and inimical remedies, antidotes, and collaterals. Data on interactions, duration of actions, foods to avoid, references to miasms, and practical tips on the use of remedies, supplement the book's content. Internationally referenced throughout, the handbook includes especially helpful clinical notes on the quality and special characteristics of each respective remedy relationship. This practical resource is an excellent complement to the study of homeopathy, and belongs on the reference shelf of every homeopathic practitioner who treats difficult chronic conditions.
The advantages and limitations of acupuncture are analyzed in this timely work. Combining traditional Chinese treatment with Western scientific data, this book reveals the bridges between these two approaches to the treatment of pain.
Bradley Manning is the 24-year-old US soldier accused of the release of thousands of US embassy emails to Wikileaks. On Friday 16th December 2011, his pre-trial hearing opened in Fort Meade in Maryland. Manning faces a maximum sentence of life in custody with no chance of parole. But just a few years ago, he was a teenager in west Wales. How does his story impact on the people he left behind, and who is responsible for his 'radicalisation'? The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning aims to place him in the pantheon of great Welsh radicals, from the Chartists to Aneurin Beva. This young soldier, who names the president of the United States as a defence witness, knows bus timetables around Haverfordwest. This young man who played a part in the Arab spring, knows the trials of schoolboy rugby. This young soldier who apparently chose his moral code over his military one, speaks rudimentary Welsh. Tim Price's trademark humanity, warmth and wit depicts a complex portrait of Manning as a modern-day, troubled and flawed martyr, but a martyr nonetheless.
In this remarkable publication, the celebrated photographic artist Wolfgang Tillmans (born 1968) draws together a comprehensive overview of his work to date, incorporating over 2,400 images. Tillmans's breadth of vision is captivating: whether as still life, portrait, landscape or abstract composition it challenges and expands the viewer's visual and temporal awareness. If one thing matters, everything matters has been conceived, designed, and compiled by the artist himself. For all readers -- however familiar or unfamiliar with the work -- it offers a unique opportunity to explore, through the artist's own creation, an enthralling visual world and the connections that operate within it. Book jacket.
Laetrile case histories
Author: John A. Richardson, Patricia Griffin
High-Performance Scientific Computing
Author: Edoardo Di Napoli, Marc-André Hermanns, Hristo Iliev, Andreas Lintermann, Alexander Peyser
This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-conference proceedings of the First JARA High-Performance Computing Symposium, JARA-HPC 2016, held in Aachen, Germany, in October 2016. The 21 full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 26 submissions. They cover many diverse topics, such as coupling methods and strategies in Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), performance portability and applications in HPC, as well as provenance tracking for large-scale simulations.
The Way of The Linguist, A language learning odyssey. It is now a cliché that the world is a smaller place. We think nothing of jumping on a plane to travel to another country or continent. The most exotic locations are now destinations for mass tourism. Small business people are dealing across frontiers and language barriers like never before. The Internet brings different languages and cultures to our finger-tips. English, the hybrid language of an island at the western extremity of Europe seems to have an unrivalled position as an international medium of communication. But historically periods of cultural and economic domination have never lasted forever. Do we not lose something by relying on the wide spread use of English rather than discovering other languages and cultures? As citizens of this shrunken world, would we not be better off if we were able to speak a few languages other than our own? The answer is obviously yes. Certainly Steve Kaufmann thinks so, and in his busy life as a diplomat and businessman he managed to learn to speak nine languages fluently and observe first hand some of the dominant cultures of Europe and Asia. Why do not more people do the same? In his book The Way of The Linguist, A language learning odyssey, Steve offers some answers. Steve feels anyone can learn a language if they want to. He points out some of the obstacles that hold people back. Drawing on his adventures in Europe and Asia, as a student and businessman, he describes the rewards that come from knowing languages. He relates his evolution as a language learner, abroad and back in his native Canada and explains the kind of attitude that will enable others to achieve second language fluency. Many people have taken on the challenge of language learning but have been frustrated by their lack of success. This book offers detailed advice on the kind of study practices that will achieve language breakthroughs. Steve has developed a language learning system available online at: www.thelinguist.com.
Modern life is speeding-up, incessantly. This book presents an analytic framework to identify the causes and effects of the various speed-up-processes which define modernity - and it develops A Critical Theory of late-modern temporality.
Author: Richard Adams
The wide world of Internet advertising is busted wide open in this fascinating tour of a new medium in marketing, featuring five hundred illustrations of some of the Web's most effective, eye-catching, and controversial advertising to date. Original.
The author argues that religious history is underestimated in its importance for World- and Global history. The history of religions is quite often an established sub-discipline within convincing research traditions. In order to reconstruct the past adequately, historians need academically controlled data about the beliefs of the people they are dealing with. This book offers ten examples from a wide range of religious beliefs which show that developments in religion have far reaching consequences for general history - in the change from Empire to the system of European nations, in establishing social discipline as part of capitalist societies, in attempts of semi-peripheral states struggling for a place in the European World-System, in defence of Muslim societies on the peripheries and in postcolonial Africa.