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ENCYCLOPEDIAS

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Milan Novak and Peter Korbel
Minerals: Description of Over 600 Minerals from Around the World

Encyclopedia of Minerals is a book for all people interested in the beautiful world of minerals. They can find here hundreds of photographs of beautiful crystals and crystal aggregates, together with a list of classic and new occurrences for each mineral species. Minerals are arranged into chapters according to the mineral system

2.
Paul Springer
Encyclopedia of Cyber Warfare

This definitive reference resource on cyber warfare covers all aspects of this headline topic, providing historical context of cyber warfare and an examination its rapid development into a potent technological weapon of the 21st century.

• Provides comprehensive coverage of the major individuals, organizations, impacts, and issues related to cyber warfare that enables readers to better understanding of the impact of cyber warfare on modern conflicts

• Includes a detailed chronology that documents the evolution and use of cyber warfare over the past few decades

• Supplies further readings and a lengthy bibliography that offer a wealth of options to students conducting extensive research on the subject

3.
Stanton Wortham
Discourse and Education, 3rd edition (Encyclopedia of Language and Education)

In this third, fully revised edition, the 10 volume Encyclopedia of Language and Education offers the newest developments, including an entirely new volume of research and scholarly content, essential to the field of language teaching and learning in the age of globalization. In the selection of topics and contributors, the Encyclopedia reflects the depth of disciplinary knowledge, breadth of interdisciplinary perspective, and diversity of socio-geographic experience in the language and education field. Throughout, there is an inclusion of contributions from non-English speaking and non-western parts of the world, providing truly global coverage. Furthermore, the authors have sought to integrate these voices fully into the whole, rather than as special cases or international perspectives in separate sections. The Encyclopedia is a necessary reference set for every university and college library in the world that serves a faculty or school of education, as well as being highly relevant to the fields of applied and socio-linguistics. The publication of this work charts the further deepening and broadening of the field of language and education since the publication of the first edition of the Encyclopedia in 1997 and the second edition in 2008.

4.
Helen L. Kaufmann
History’s 100 Greatest Composers, Revised Edition

5.
Fritz Zimmerman and L.A. Marzulli
The Encyclopedia of Ancient Giants in North America

888 Human Giants Documented
Giant Human Remains Uncovered in 47 States
Native American Legends of an Ancient Race of Giants
Giants With Double Rows of Teeth
Giants With Horns Protruding From Their Foreheads
Giant Mummified Remains
Mass Graves of Ancient Dwarfs
Advanced Mathematics Used in the Construction of Earthworks

The discovery of giant humans in North America is the result of pouring through over 10,000 State, County and Township histories at one of the largest genealogical libraries in America. Hundreds of additional accounts were also found within newspaper archives.
888 historical accounts of giant human skeletons discovered in North America is the largest collection in print. The Encyclopedia of Ancient Giants in North America chronicles two distinct waves of giant humans migrating to North America. As early as 7,000 B.C., strange people arrived on the North American shores of gigantic size with Neanderthal looking skulls. Their spread across the American landscape is documented not only by their massive skeletons but by an identical material culture that was found buried with their remains. Double rows of teeth and skulls with protruding horns make them one of America’s most intriguing mysteries. At the advent of the Bronze Age another migration of giant humans found their way to North America. A persistent legend exists with Native Americans of a people who came to trade and mine the copper from the Upper Great Lakes. They left an indelible mark upon the landscape of the Ohio Valley with their large burial mounds and earthworks aligned to solar, lunar and stellar events. The measurements of these works reveal that they were constructed with the knowledge of advanced mathematics and geometry.

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