Technology of the Gods lays out the mind-bending evidence that long-lost civilizations had attained and even exceeded our "modern" level of advancement. Westerners have been taught that humankind has progressed along a straight-line path from the primitive past to the proficient present, but the hard, fast evidence (literally written in stone!) proves that the ancients had technologies we cannot even replicate today.
Did you know that surgeons who play video games make fewer mistakes? Or that Egyptians were building robots way back in 3,000 BCE? Amazing facts like these await in this page-turning, wow-inspiring, mind-blowing look at tech trivia. You'll learn which country has the highest number of Internet users (hint: It isn't the United States). Plus, find out just how fast the fastest car in the world can travel. Get ready to be amazed!
What is the truth about UFOs and the coming of the New World Order? In his latest release the former military intelligence operative, known as Commander X, offers startling evidence of a top-secret war being waged by the Secret Government and its allies -- both human and alien -- against the people of Earth. Go inside Area 51s notorious underground bunkers where an alien technology has been developed based upon UFO crashes and 'trade deals' with a group of ETs known as the Grays; discover the potential danger of Tesla's Death Ray which can be aimed at any one of us; find out about the existence of HARP, an electronic broadcasting system that is capable of widespread mind control; the chapter on Beam Weapons and the New World Order, offers a rundown on the full and incredible array of electromagnetic transmitters currently in use (and more going into operation every year ); also includes an 'insiders' glimpse into the true capabilities of the New World Order and recent updates on the Philadelphia Experiment, Phoenix and Montauk Projects as well as recent developments in time travel, interdimensional manipulation and other conspiracies that will make you numb.
Presents a children's guide to the history of jet aircraft including the history of flight, the purpose of the wings, flaps, ailerons, and rudders, as well as information on the Concorde and super jumbo jets.
: the Best Crypto Mining Passive Income Business. an Incredible Technology with a Robust Business Model
Author: Saygin Celen
A Game-Changing Crypto Technology. The Helium Network is one of the most inspirational and useful technologies out there using crypto technology as an award to build the People's Network of IoT and 5G. The Best Way to Mine Crypto. Once you learn all the useful and easy-to-learn details concisely written in this book, you will be able to generate up to $10,000 per month passively while building the network and helping the world communicate. Reference Book. As you finish this book, you will know exactly which Helium hotspot to buy, how to set it up, how to generate the most passive income through Helium mining, how to convert Helium coins into USD and how to possibly extend your network. One Low Cost, Consistent Monthly Passive Income. Once you buy the $500 hotspot, then, basically there is no other cost and the payback period is on average less than a month. You will then generate passive income and all you need to do is watch how many Helium coins you make a day once you set it up correctly. Consumes almost no energy. Helium hotspots consume less than $3 of energy a month unlike other cryptocurrency mining practices that are energy intense. Also, they make no noise. They basically look and feel like internet routers.
This book is packed with 101 eye-opening facts about all sorts of advanced machines, from computers to cars, and from spaceships to medical devices. The perfect book for kids aged 8 and up who want to know more about the world of the future.
Explore future technology, such as robotics, space rockets, artificial intelligence, and even games consoles in this cutting-edge non-fiction science book for kids aged 9 and over. How Super Cool Stuff Works explains how the incredible technologies of today will shape the world of tomorrow. This includes state-of-the-art buildings, new ways of travelling, imaginative entertainment gadgets, space exploration, and even how teleportation and invisibility cloaks might be possible in the future. Each technology is explained in detail, via crisp images and engaging, child-friendly text. "How it works" panels explain the secret inner workings of everything from supercomputers to flying cars, and from underwater hotels to drones. New and updated for 2020, How Super Cool Stuff Works is a one-stop shop for kids who want to know what the latest and greatest technologies are, and how they will shape our world in the years to come.
Presents the factors involved in constructing a high rise building, using examples from around the world, including the eighty-eight story Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur and concluding with future plans to build even taller buildings.
More than any other major American author, Don DeLillo has examined the manner in which contemporary American consciousness has been shaped by the historically unique incursion into daily life of information, military, and consumer technologies. In DeLillo's fictions, technological apparatuses are not merely set-pieces in the characters' environments, nor merely tools to move the plot along, they are sites of mystery and magic, whirlpools of space-time, and convex mirrors of identity. Television sets, filmic images, automobiles, airplanes, telephones, computers, and nuclear bombs are not simply objects in the world for DeLillo's characters; they are psychological phenomena that shape the possibilities for action, influence the nature of perception, and incorporate themselves into the fabric of memory and identity. DeLillo is a phenomenologist of the contemporary technoscape and an ecologist of our new kind of natural habitat. Through a close reading of four DeLillo novels, Technology and Postmodern Subjectivity in Don DeLillo's Novels examines the variety of modes in which DeLillo's fictions illustrate the technologically mediated confluence of his human subjects and the field of cultural objects in which they discover themselves. The model of interactionism between human beings and technological instruments that is implicit in DeLillo's writing suggests significant applications both to the study of other contemporary novelists as well as to contemporary cultural studies.
Did you know that one of the first computers used water to solve equations? Or that the International Space Station orbits the Earth every 90 minutes? This book is packed with 101 eye-opening facts about all sorts of advanced machines, from computers to cars, and from spaceships to medical devices. The perfect book for kids aged 8+ who want to know more about the world of the future.
According to author Ken Leebow the Internet should be fun, but for many it is a frustrating place that often disappoints them. This guide to the Internet offers useful tips on making the whole thing work faster and in a more satisfying manner. Using the Internet should be fun, not frustrating. With over 168 million Americans going online, millions of Web sites have sprung up on a mind-numbing amount of topics. Weeding through them all can be a time-consuming hassle. With 1001 INCREDIBLE THINGS TO DO ON THE INTERNET, beginners and experienced users alike can learn to “surf without the search” and bypass those search engines that take forever to download and too often don’t provide the right information anyway. In this complete compendium, conveniently organized from A to Z, author Ken Leebow lists the very best sites on everything from car shopping to personal credit ratings to playing games with people online. If there’s an important site on a particular subject, readers can be sure that Ken Leebow has included it here.
The Technology, Rules, History and Concepts Key to the Sport
Author: Stuart Codling
Publisher: Motorbooks International
Category: Sports & Recreation
Strap yourself in and fill the tank with high octane! Speed Read: F1 is loaded with all the information you’ll need to get into the world of blinding speed called Formula 1. You’ll get the history of the sport, biographies of major drivers and figures who have dominated the sport in its long and storied history, and a rundown of the incredible technology that makes these cars so fast that they stay glued to the road. You may not guess it, but the world’s premiere automobile racing series takes the Formula One name from the set of rules governing the class. Plans for a Formula One drivers' championship were floated in the late 1930s, but shelved until after World War Two. In 1946 the first F1 races were held, but it wasn’t until 1950 that the details for a true world-championship series were hammered out. It was a long road from the 1930s to now for this great sport; one marked by glory, championships, iteration, technology, and speed. Don’t be intimidated by this incredible culture, dive into F1 Racing today!
Making a difference by sharing happiness and warmth
Author: N Chandrasekaran
Publisher: Notion Press
Category: Social Science
Incredible champions are those who are passionate about impacting the society with deeds of humbleness. They give utmost care for fellow humans! You may get to know the trigger for a champion to choose whatever he wanted to do in life. Social activity is not weird, be sacrificing and suffering! It can be pleasure and a way of living. You do not need to chuck everything to be a social activist. You can do it as part of your living and other pecuniary engagements. It is all about love for fellow humans and how to impact their life in a meaningful way. You enjoy giving resources namely time, money and managerial capability. They see value in your service and move up in life with dignity and pride. You may become a champion. Understand the trigger, ride the opportunities and face the challenges to make fellow humans happy in your own way.
See today's best innovations and imagine tomorrow's big ideas in Super Cool Tech. This cutting-edge guide explores how incredible new technologies are shaping the modern world and its future, from familiar smartwatches to intelligent, driverless cars. Packed with more than 250 full-color images, X-rays, thermal imaging, digital artworks, cross-sections, and cutaways, Super Cool Tech reveals the secrets behind the latest gadgets and gizmos, state-of-the-art buildings, and life-changing technologies. Lift the unique laptop-inspired book cover to see incredible architectural concepts around the world, such as the Hydropolis Underwater Hotel and Resort in Dubai, and the River Gym, a human-powered floating gym in New York City. Discover how a wheelchair adapts to its surroundings and learn how a cutting board can give the nutritional information of the food being prepared on it. From 3-D-printed cars to robot vacuum cleaners, Super Cool Tech reveals today's amazing inventions and looks ahead to the future of technology, including hologram traffic lights and the Galactic Suite Hotel in space. Perfect for STEAM education initiatives, Super Cool Tech makes technology easy to understand, following the history of each invention and how they impact our everyday lives, and "How It Works" panels explain the design and function of each item using clear explanations and images. Designed in DK's signature style, Super Cool Tech is the ultimate guide to exploring and understanding the latest gadgets and inventions while looking ahead to the future of technology.