Thursday, August 28, 2008

The Universe in a Nutshell - Stephen Hawking (Audiobook)

Stephen Hawking is one of the most popular science writers in history. However reading his books is not easy and limitations of the language make them hard to understand. The Universe in a Nutshell is no exception. Nevertheless it is great science book. From Theory of Everything to the nature of time and the string theory, mysteries of the universe by a genius of our time.

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Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Billions & Billions: Thoughts on Life and Death at the Brink of the Millennium - Carl Sagan

You'll find Carl Sagan's latest articles on this book. The essays are covering different topics such as invention of chess, extraterrestrial life, global warming etc.

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Monday, August 25, 2008

How Does Uri Geller Bend Spoons and Keys?

James Randi reveals how psychic Uri Geller performs bending spoons, keys and other tricks.

Uri Geller wasn't able to pass a simple test on The Tonight Show and he continues to cheat people for years!

Also Randi investigates how psychic surgeons perform miraculous operations without knife and he makes a little demonstration on some one's body using same technique!

Related to: James Randi Explains Homeopathy

Michael Shermer Tries Firewalking

Publisher and writer of Skeptic Magazine Michael Shermer attempts firewalking with barefoot and he shows firewalk doesn't require any mental preparation or meditation. It is just physics!

Related to: Michael Shermer - Why People Believe Weird Things

The Cambridge Dictionary of Scientists


This work covers 1300 scientists from all over the world in physics, chemistry, biology, geology, astronomy, mathematics, medicine, meteorology and technology fields. The entries give detailed biography, birth-death years, nationality, pronunciation... For example: "Einstein, Albert [iynshtiyn] (1879–1955) German–Swiss–US theoretical physicist: conceived the theory of relativity."

The book also provides large photos, tables, information about selected subjects.

File Size: 23 MB
Format: pdf

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Oxford A Dictionary of Science


One of the most popular science sources contains over 9,000 entries. This fifth edition has also reach diagrams and graphics, eight appendices including the periodic table, the solar system, tables of SI units, classifications of the plant and animals, geological time scale etc.

File Size: 9.9 MB
Format: pdf

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10 Days to a Sharper Memory (Audiobook)

A very useful audiobook to improve your memory with simple methods. You will boost your brain step-by-step!

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Saturday, August 23, 2008

The Genius of Charles Darwin - God Strikes Back (3/3)

"There really is something special about scientific evidence. Science works; planes fly. Magic carpets and broomsticks don't. Gravity isn't a version of the truth; it is the truth. Anybody who doubts it is invited to jump out of a tenth floor window. Evolution too, is reality."

Charles Darwin turned over the world upside down. His theory of evolution by natural selection is one of the most profound and far reaching ideas in history. Also, most controversial one.

Science shows that evolution is true.

But why so many people are against this argument while its signs are so obvious?

This time Dawkins returns to the school in the first episode and he confronts the science teachers instead of the students. Also he struggles with the Archbishop of Canterbury. And lastly, Dawkins asks Dan Dennett the ultimate question: is godless world possible?

Other episodes: [1] - [2] - [3]

Also Watch: The Genius of Charles Darwin - EXTRAS

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Sunday, August 17, 2008

Exodus - Children of a Worthless God

An amazing song by Exodus, the masters of thrash metal. If you don't like this kind of music (what a pity), just listen for the very well written lyrics they are criticizing religion and God.

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The Moral Animal: Why We Are, the Way We Are: The New Science of Evolutionary Psychology - Robert Wright

A top recommended and very well written book about evolutionary psychology by Robert Wright. As a New Darwinian Robert Wright explains human behaviors under the light of natural selection.

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Saturday, August 16, 2008

BBC Horizon - The Ape that Took Over the World (2001)

Millions years ago one special creature walked on the planet Earth. How human beings evolved so different other animals? A new discovery just provided the answer to that question. But the trouble is that is not expected. Meave Leakey's discovery was the oldest skull of a human ancestor named Kenyanthropus platyops (Flat-faced Man of Kenya). The evidence shows there were two different bipedal human ancestors living at the same time.

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Wednesday, August 13, 2008

The Genius of Charles Darwin - The Fifth Ape (2/3)

Once people believed all animals and humans was created by God. However Darwin's Theory of Evolution by natural selection showed an uncomfortable truth: the humans are animals. We are the fifth ape that wears a moral mask. What does it mean for us to be evolved? The Question is more urgent than ever, increasingly religious people and others attack Darwinism for in their view excusing selfishness and barbarism. You will enter Darwinism's heart of darkness with Richard Dawkins.

Other episodes: [1] - [2] - [3]

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Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Consciousness Explained - Daniel C. Dennett

"One of the ten best books of the year"
New York Times

"How unfair for one man to blessed with such a torrent of stimulating thoughts. Stimulating is an understatement. Every chapter unleashes so many startling new ideas that in the hands of an ordinary philosopher it would - and probably will - be spun out to fill a whole book."
Richard Dawkins

A long and detailed book by Daniel C. Dennett one of the great philosophers of our time. Dennett creates alternative models for understanding consciousness and puts forth a new theory of mind. As well as a good introduction to consciousness, this book will deconstruct everything you know about consciousness. Hard to read but worth for it.

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File size: 27 MB

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Religulous Trailer

The first trailer of humorist Bill Maher's anticipated atheist movie Religulous.

The movie will be released on October 3.

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Friday, August 8, 2008

The Genius of Charles Darwin - Life, Darwin and Everything (1/3)

I proudly present the first episode of Richard Dawkins' new documentary that was broadcasted on Channel 4.

Charles Darwin and Richard Dawkins. Two important names for science. Two candles illuminate the humanity against the darkness of dogma.

As we know Richard Dawkins as an appreciator of Darwin from his books, this time he dedicates his new documentary to the genius of all time for the one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the publication of On the Origin of Species.

After for a long time, people still doesn't understand the mechanics of evolution. Some sees Darwin as a lunatic or a devil. But they don't understand that evolution is the most simple and magnificent idea ever found.

So we need scholars like Richard Dawkins who persuades the reason and shares his wisdom with us more than anything.

In these series Dawkins shows why evolution offers far reacher and more spectacular view of life rather than any religion and how Darwin opened our eyes for reality. And he will try to convince us for the undeniable truth: evolution is a fact.

The first program opens in a science class. Dawkins argues with the students (how lucky they are) about evolution and answers them cleverly.

Other episodes: [1] - [2] - [3]

Also Watch: The Genius of Charles Darwin - EXTRAS

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Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Atheist Manifesto (In Defense of Atheism): The Case Against Christianity, Judaism, and Islam - Michel Onfray


"In this era of warring religions, with Almighty God being invoked as the key ally by all sides, it was with gratitude and relief that I read Michel Onfray's In Defense of Atheism. It is both a passionate and coolly reasoned advocacy of atheism, setting the positive values of secularity squarely against the three great monotheisms and their multitudes of hate... A wonderful, invigorating blast of sanity delivered against the fog of high-toned mumbo-jumbo we have to endure everywhere today."
—William Boyd

"His book has a sweep, an energy and intensity, that seems all but forgotten on either side of the Atlantic; for this reason alone it deserves to be translated."

Religion: history of destruction. Torture and pain in the name of God since the beginning of the civilization. It is ironic that this power of hate still influences the whole world isn't it?

Atheist Manifesto or In Defense of Atheism is a controversial work against three dominant monotheistic religions Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. It demonstrates how these religions prevented reaching the knowledge, destroyed the reason for their purposes and controlled the mass like a flock.

Atheist Manifesto is bold, not for faint-hearted! But if you want to witness the dark and bloody past of religions, dare to read it!

File Size: 1.12 MB

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Monday, August 4, 2008

Scientific American - 6 in 1 Pack (January to June 2008)

High resolution Scientific American issues, January to July 2008. Including interesting science articles, news, also Skeptic by Michael Shermer.



Taming Vessels to Treat Cancer
Rakesh K. Jain
Drugs that restore order to the chaotic blood vessels inside a tumor open a window of opportunity for attacking it.

Self-Powered Nanotech
Zhong Lin Wang
Tiny systems that draw waste energy from their surroundings could power
nanosize machines.

The Discovery Machine
By Graham P. Collins
The Large Hadron
Collider, the biggest and most complicated particle physics experiment ever seen, is nearing completion and is scheduled to start colliding protons this year.

The Unquiet Ice
By Robin E. Bell
Abundant liquid water discovered underneath the great polar ice sheets could catastrophically intensify the effects of global warming on the rise of sea level around the world.

MARCH 2008
The End of Cosmology?
By Lawrence M.
Krauss and Robert J. Scherrer
Will the big bang be forgotten? The accelerating cosmic expansions wiping away every trace
of the universe’s origin.

The Limits of Quantum Computers
By Scott
Futuristic quantum computers could be exceptionally fast at certain tasks, but for most problems they would only modestly outclass today’s conventional machines.

APRIL 2008
The Color of Plants on Other Worlds
By Nancy Y.
If it
isn’t easy being green on Earth, where chlorophyll is well tuned to absorb most of the energy in our sun’s yellow light, imagine the dif´Čüculties else where in the galaxy. Plants growing on worlds around cooler, brighter or more tempestuous stars would need to rely on red, blue or even black pigments to survive. That insight offers astronomers new clues about what to look for in their search for extraterrestrial life.

The Doping Dilemma
By Michael
Game theory suggests how to stop the pervasive abuse of drugs in cycling, baseball and other sports.

MAY 2008
Regulating Evolution
By Sean B. Carroll, Benjamin
Prudhomme and Nicolas Gompel
Most animals share similar genes. The staggering diversity in their physical forms springs from
switchesin the DNA that govern where and when those genes are active.

How Cells Clean House
Vojo Deretic and Daniel J. Klionsky
Autophagy, a process that normally keeps cells in good working order, seems to be linked to aging and diseases such as Alzheimer’s.

JUNE 2008
The Cosmic Origins of Time’s Arrow
By Sean M. Carroll
Maybe time’s seemingly unvarying low forward is a short-term f
luke in a universe where the distant future and distant past look the same.

What Is a Species?
By Carl
Biologists still struggle with that fundamental but
scientically pivotal question.

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