Living Near A Cell Phone Tower

Author: Anthony R Carver
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6"X9" 120 blank lined pages in this journal that's so much more than a notebook. The perfect size for that person on the go. Students, professionals, friends and loved ones will use this journal to diary lessons learned, new goals, accomplishments, and action plans moving forward. Upgrade from the spiral notebook and bring along any place you find inspiration. Scroll up and click the button to BUY TODAY! No need for electricity Won't break if you drop it It will never expire or need software updates The gift that's actually useful Looks great on a bookshelf The right size for everyone Thoughtful affordable gift Click on the author's name for more great journal gifts!

Popular Science

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Popular Science gives our readers the information and tools to improve their technology and their world. The core belief that Popular Science and our readers share: The future is going to be better, and science and technology are the driving forces that will help make it better.

The Cq Researcher Bound Volume 2001

Author: Kenneth Jost
Editor: CQ Press
ISBN: 9781568027388
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The Living Church

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Neurology In Tropics E Book

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Popular Science

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Need To Know Technologies For A Successful Future

Author: Jim Keogh
Editor: De-G Press
ISBN: 1547400811
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People don't know what they don't know... As people have turned to the internet as their primary source of information, this has led to major gaps in the knowledge of workers at all levels. You have to know what you need to know to be able to learn it. If you know specifically what you are looking for and are not too worried about detail, then searching online or watching YouTube videos can be a quick best solution. But, if you want to learn to program, go into any technical profession or learn what you need to know to be a manager today, then the internet is a poor solution. We are inefficient time-wasting learners and will burn massive amounts of time searching the net for piecemeal information. Need-to-know Technologies for a Successful Future is the solution to this problem. Need-to-know Technologies for a Successful Future provides the necessary knowledge you must have to succeed in your career involving technology. It caters to two audiences: those who need to know the basics of technology and business to get a high paying job and those who need to know about technology to do their job more effectively, especially as managers. It is not too deep but covers a broad spectrum of content that you may need to know. As such, it is a starting point for more investigation if a specific area is of interest. It is the perfect book for someone planning to become a programmer or IT specialist who does not yet have the proper background. For managers, it addresses the topics you need to know to talk intelligently to your IT and programmers, to vendors and to designers. You will learn the basics of hundreds of technologies that impact business today. If you are just looking to begin or change a career or going to college and you want a broad understanding or what can be expected of you when you are faced with getting a job or will want to learn at school, then that is the role of this book. Jim Keogh, an assistant professor at New York University and a faculty member at Saint Peter's University in Jersey City, New Jersey, as well as a former faculty member and chair of the e-commerce track of study at Columbia University, delves into the technological knowledge you must have to get a job or advance in your career including understanding computer technology, artificial intelligence, the Cloud, and new horizons in integrated computer technology.

Chronicles

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Arguing In Communities

Author: Gary Layne Hatch
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This text focuses on developing effective arguments within particular discourse communities-acknowledging that community contexts affect factors such as a writer's motivation and strategy. The second edition of Arguing in Communities provides new and expanded coverage, an abundance of new readings, and a full complement of exercises, many of them designed for collaborative work. The book has three parts: "Arguing and Living in Communities," "Types of Claims"; and "Continuing the Conversation: An Anthology of Arguments."

Catastrophic Preparedness

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs
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Analog Science Fiction Fact

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West S Federal Supplement Second Series

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Natural Cures They Don T Want You To Know About

Author: Kevin Trudeau
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This book presents the author's thesis that processed foods and drugs approved by the FDA can be harmful to consumers' health. It offers advice on the use of alternative therapies and natural cures to treat and prevent illnesses and disabilities.

Business Week

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Never Fear Cancer Again

Author: Raymond Francis
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0757391907
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Most cancer research dollars have been wasted by asking the wrong questions, looking in the wrong places, and recycling the same failed approaches while expecting different results. Conventional cancer treatments damage health, cause new cancers, lower the quality of life, and decrease the chances of survival. In fact, most people who die from cancer are not dying from cancer, but from their treatments! That's the bad news. Here's the good news: We can end the cancer epidemic. In Never Fear Cancer Again, readers will gain a revolutionary new understanding of health and disease and will come to understand that cancer is a biological process that can be turned on and off, not something that can be surgically removed or destroyed with radiation or toxic chemicals. So whether cancer has already been diagnosed or if prevention is the concern, it is possible to turn off the wayward production of these malfunctioning cells once and for all by reading this book and implementing its strategies. The key to any disease has one simple cause: malfunctioning cells that are created by either deficiency or toxicity. By switching off the malfunctioning cells, you switch off the cancer. Never Fear Cancer Again guides readers along six pathways that cause deficiency or toxicity at the cellular level: nutritional path, genetic path, medical path, toxin path, physical path, and the psychological path. By making key lifestyle changes, people truly have the power to take control of cancer and transform their health. This radically different, yet holistic approach restored author Raymond Francis back to health just as it has helped thousands of others, many of whom were told they had no other options or that their cancer was incurable. Take back your health with this book and never fear cancer again.

Maxcy Rosenau Last Public Health Preventive Medicine

Author: Kenneth Fuller Maxcy
Editor: Appleton & Lange
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This multi-contributed reference provides a comprehensive description of public health and preventive medicine.

Right Of Way

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Electronic America

Author: John W. Weier
Editor: Information Plus
ISBN: 9781414407494
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Provides information on the impact of information technology on society, including American business, crime, education, government services, health, and daily life.

Cell Phone Science

Author: Michele Sequeira
Editor: UNM Press
ISBN: 0826349692
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Their buzzes, beeps, bells, and tunes have disrupted countless classes, movies, and meals; public auditoriums now have signs posted prominently asking people to turn their cell phones off; cities such as Santa Fe have banned their use in automobiles. But these little connection gadgets have become ubiquitous because they are so useful-many would blanch at the thought of losing their cell phone. Cell phones are useful because of the science, technology, and design that are blended to make them function. In this work, authors Michele Sequeira and Michael Westphal help young people explore this now-commonplace, socially important gadget that connects today's youth with their friends. The underlying science and technologies, and some of the history that has influenced the development of cell phones, are discussed. Emphasis is given to building science and technology concepts through simple analogies with commonplace items and ideas.

Towers Turbines And Transmission Lines

Author: Sandy Bond
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118533232
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From the Foreword by Dr Valmond Ghyoot, Emeritus Professor of Real Estate, University of South Africa: ‘The valuation profession, the legal profession, property industry participants in general and students will welcome publication of this book. Investors, environmental groups and affected property owners will find essential information for use in their decision-making, development objections and claims. My hope is that [it] will provide answers where required and that it will help to improve the professional standard of valuations and appraisals internationally. I trust that it will also raise the standard of testimony in damages cases. If so, the editors and contributors will have succeeded in documenting the state of the art in this relatively unexplored terrain.’ As a reference source, this book will help quantify the negative impacts on property values of high voltage overhead transmission lines, cell phone towers, and wind turbines. It gives a modern perspective of the concerns property owners have about the siting of industrial structures used to transmit or generate various forms of energy and how these concerns impact on property values. Studies reveal concerns the public have about devices and structures that emit electromagnetic fields (EMFs) due to their potential health hazards. . Despite some research reports suggesting there are no potential adverse health hazards from high voltage overhead transmission lines (HVOTLs) and towers, there is still on-going concern about the siting of these structures due to fears of health risks from exposure to EMFs, changes in neighbourhood aesthetics and loss in property values. The siting of wind turbines is also receiving community opposition due to noise, light flicker, aesthetic concerns, and loss in property values. The extent to which such attitudes are reflected in lower property values is not well understood. Towers, Turbines and Transmission Lines: Impacts on Property Value outlines results of studies conducted in the US, the UK, Australia and New Zealand and offers guidance to valuers as well as to property/real estate appraisal students and property owners around the world. The book provides defensible tools that are becoming widely accepted to assess the effect that these environmental detriments have on property prices.