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  1. Codename Villanelle: Killing Eve, Book 1 Audiobook Codename Villanelle: Killing Eve, Book 1
  2. Hustle Harder, Hustle Smarter: Untitled Audiobook Hustle Harder, Hustle Smarter: Untitled
  3. Just My Luck Audiobook Just My Luck
  4. Girl, Woman, Other Audiobook Girl, Woman, Other
  5. The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying: A simple, effective way to banish clutter forever Audiobook The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying: A simple, effective way to banish clutter forever
  6. My Dark Vanessa Audiobook My Dark Vanessa
  7. How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big: Kind of the Story of My Life Audiobook How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big: Kind of the Story of My Life
  8. The Night Circus Audiobook The Night Circus
  9. The Happy Ever After Playlist Audiobook The Happy Ever After Playlist
  10. Naughty & Nasty: An Erotic Christmas Novella Audiobook Naughty & Nasty: An Erotic Christmas Novella
Psilocybin Mushrooms: A Practical Guide to  the Types and Magic Effects of Psychedelic Mushrooms Audiobook

Psilocybin Mushrooms: A Practical Guide to the Types and Magic Effects of Psychedelic Mushrooms

Author: Liam Wolfe Narrator: Paul Austin Release Date: May 2020

Psilocybin or magic mushrooms are natural happening and are expended for their hallucinogenic impacts.They belong to a group of drugs or medications known as psychedelics, as a result of the progressions experienced recognition, mind-set, and thought. The key ingredients found in magic mushrooms is psilocybin. At the point when psilocybin is taken, it is changed over in the body to psilocin, which is the chemical with the psychoactive properties. What It Is: A few sorts of mushrooms contain psilocybin and psilocin, substances that can cause hallucinations. Utilized in enormous enough dosages, these mushrooms have impacts like the medication LSD.  How It's Used: Magic mushrooms may be either crisp or dried. Individuals take them as medications by eating them, blending them in with food to veil the unpleasant taste, or preparing them in a tea for drinking Here is what you will find inside:  • HISTORY OF MAGIC MUSHROOMS  • THE LIFE CYCLE OF A MUSHROOM  • TYPES OF MAGIC MUSHROOMS    • HOW TO IDENTIFY THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF MAGIC MUSHROOMS  • THE LEGALITY OF MAGIC MUSHROOM  • SURPRISING BENEFITS OF MAGIC MUSHROOMS  • THE TAXONOMY OF MAGIC MUSHROOMS  • TOP TWENTY MOST POPULAR TYPES OF MUSHROOMS  • DIFFERENT CATEGORIES OF MUSHROOMS  • FACTS AND MYTHS OF MAGIC MUSHROOMS  • THERAPEUTIC USE  • PSILOCYBIN AS TREATMENT FOR DEPRESSION  • CURRENT RESEARCH ON PSILOCYBIN MUSHROOM  and much more!! So what are you waiting for?  Scroll up, click on “Buy Now with 1-click,” and get all the information you need about Magic Mushroom.

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The Infinite Monkey Cage: Series 18-21 plus Apollo Special Audiobook

The Infinite Monkey Cage: Series 18-21 plus Apollo Special

Author: Brian Cox Narrator: Brian Cox, Robin Ince Release Date: May 2020

Four more series of Brian Cox and Robin Ince’s multi award-winning science/comedy show – including the 100th episode and The Infinite Moonkey Cage, a special hour-long episode celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo moon landings One of BBC Radio 4’s most popular programmes, The Infinite Monkey Cage sees physicists Robin Ince and Brian Cox taking a witty, irreverent look at the world through scientists’ eyes. Aided by guests from the worlds of science, academia and entertainment, they delve into a variety of topics in a quest to explore the quirks and wonders of the universe. In these 25 episodes, they celebrate their 100th show with some very special appearances from Monkey Cage alumni including Brian Blessed, Eric Idle and Andy Hamilton; talk cryptography and codebreaking at GCHQ; look at the origin of numbers; and learn how to build a bionic human. There’s also a discussion about dinosaurs; a sleepy look at the science of dreaming; and a Brits in Space special featuring astronauts Tim Peake and Helen Sharman – plus The Infinite Moonkey Cage, a 60-minute episode in which they are joined by some of the key players involved in landing the first men on the moon on July 20th 1969. Among the many other guests featured in these four series are Neil deGrasse Tyson, Danny Wallace, Shappi Khorsandi, Beardyman, Ed Byrne, Chris Addison, Jo Brand, Rufus Hound, Bridget Christie and Mark Steel. Producer: Alexandra Feachem

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Wilderness and the American Mind: Fifth Edition Audiobook

Wilderness and the American Mind: Fifth Edition

Author: Roderick Frazier Nash Narrator: James Anderson Foster Release Date: May 2020

Roderick Nash's classic study of changing attitudes toward wilderness during American history, as well as the origins of the environmental and conservation movements, has received wide acclaim since its initial publication in 1967. The Los Angeles Times listed it among the one hundred most influential books published in the last quarter century, Outside Magazine included it in a survey of 'books that changed our world,' and it has been called the 'Book of Genesis for environmentalists.' For the fifth edition, Nash has written a new preface and epilogue that brings Wilderness and the American Mind into dialogue with contemporary debates about wilderness. Char Miller's foreword provides a twenty-first-century perspective on how the environmental movement has changed, including the ways in which contemporary scholars are reimagining the dynamic relationship between the natural world and the built environment.

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The Gospel of the Eels: A Father, a Son and the World's Most Enigmatic Fish Audiobook

The Gospel of the Eels: A Father, a Son and the World's Most Enigmatic Fish

Author: Patrik Svensson Narrator: Alex Wyndham Release Date: May 2020

’I can’t recall us ever talking about anything other than eels and how to best catch them, down there by the stream. Actually, I can’t remember us speaking at all. Maybe because we never did.’ The European eel, Anguilla anguilla, is one of the strangest creatures nature ever created. Remarkably little is known about the eel, even today. What we do know is that it’s born as a tiny willow-leaf shaped larva in the Sargasso Sea, travels on the ocean currents toward the coasts of Europe – a journey of about four thousand miles that takes at least two years. Upon arrival, it transforms itself into a glass eel and then into a yellow eel before it wanders up into fresh water. It lives a solitary life, hiding from both light and science, for ten, twenty, fifty years, before migrating back to the sea in the autumn, morphing into a silver eel and swimming all the way back to the Sargasso Sea, where it breeds and dies. And yet . . . There is still so much we don’t know about eels. No human has ever seen eels reproduce; no one can give a complete account of the eel’s metamorphoses or say why they are born and die in the Sargasso Sea; no human has even seen a mature eel in the Sargasso Sea. Ever. And now the eel is disappearing, and we don’t know exactly why. What we do know is that eels and their mysterious lives captivate us. This is the basis for The Gospel of the Eels, Patrik Svensson’s quite unique natural science memoir; his ongoing fascination with this secretive fish, but also the equally perplexing and often murky relationship he shared with his father, whose only passion in life was fishing for this obscure creature. Through the exploration of eels in literature (Günter Grass and Graham Swift feature, amongst others) and the history of science (we learn about Aristotle’s and Sigmund Freud’s complicated relationships with eels) as well as modern marine biology (Rachel Carson and others) we get to know this peculiar animal. In this exploration, we also learn about the human condition, life and death, through natural science and nature writing at its very best. As Patrik Svensson concludes: 'by writing about eels, I have in some ways found my way home again.'

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Junk DNA: A Journey Through the Dark Matter of the Genome Audiobook

Junk DNA: A Journey Through the Dark Matter of the Genome

Author: Nessa Carey Narrator: Nano Nagle Release Date: May 2020

From the author of the acclaimed The Epigenetics Revolution comes another thrilling exploration of the cutting edge of human science. For decades after the structure of DNA was identified, scientists focused purely on genes, the regions of the genome that contain codes for the production of proteins. Other regions - 98% of the human genome - were dismissed as 'junk'. But in recent years researchers have discovered that variations in this 'junk' DNA underlie many previously intractable diseases, and they can now generate new approaches to tackling them. Nessa Carey explores the incredible story behind a controversy that has generated unusually vituperative public exchanges between scientists. She shows how junk DNA plays an important role in areas as diverse as genetic diseases, viral infections, sex determination in mammals, human biological complexity, disease treatments, even evolution itself - and reveals how we are only now truly unlocking its secrets, more than half a century after Crick and Watson won their Nobel prize for the discovery of the structure of DNA in 1962. "A cutting-edge, exhaustive guide to the rapidly changing, ever-more mysterious genome" -NEW SCIENTIST

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The Clock Mirage: Our Myth of Measured Time Audiobook

The Clock Mirage: Our Myth of Measured Time

Author: Joseph Mazur Narrator: Keith Sellon-Wright Release Date: May 2020

What is time? This question has fascinated philosophers, mathematicians, and scientists for thousands of years. Award-winning author and mathematician Joseph Mazur provides an engaging exploration of how the understanding of time has evolved throughout human history and offers a compelling new vision, submitting that time lives within us. Our cells, he notes, have a temporal awareness, guided by environmental cues in sync with patterns of social interaction. Readers learn that, as a consequence of time's personal nature, a forty-eight-hour journey on the Space Shuttle can feel shorter than a six-hour trip on the Soyuz capsule, that the Amondawa of the Amazon do not have ages, and that time speeds up with fever and slows down when we feel in danger. With a narrative punctuated by personal stories of time's effects on truck drivers, Olympic racers, prisoners, and clockmakers, Mazur's journey is filled with fascinating insights into how our technologies, our bodies, and our attitudes can change our perceptions. Ultimately, time reveals itself as something that rides on the rhythms of our minds. The Clock Mirage presents an innovative perspective that will force us to rethink our relationship with time, and how best to use it.

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Your Blood Never Lies: How to Read a Blood Test For A Longer, Healthier Life Audiobook

Your Blood Never Lies: How to Read a Blood Test For A Longer, Healthier Life

Author: James B. Lavalle Narrator: Jonathan Yen Release Date: May 2020

A standard blood test indicates how well the kidneys and liver are functioning, the potential for heart disease, and a host of other vital health markers. Unfortunately, most of us cannot decipher these results ourselves, nor can we even formulate the right questions to ask about them-or we couldn't until now. In Your Blood Never Lies, bestselling author James LaValle clears up the mystery surrounding blood test results. In simple language, he explains all of the information found on these forms, making it understandable and accessible. This means that you can look at the results yourself and know the significance of each marker. Dr. LaValle even recommends the most effective conventional and complementary treatments for dealing with any problematic findings. Rounding out the book are the names of test markers that should be requested for a more complete physical picture. A blood test can reveal so much about your body, but only if you can interpret the results. Your Blood Never Lies provides the up-to-date information you need to take control of your health.

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Blockchain Basics: A Non-Technical Introduction in 25 Steps Audiobook

Blockchain Basics: A Non-Technical Introduction in 25 Steps

Author: Daniel Drescher Narrator: Matthew Boston Release Date: May 2020

In twenty-five concise steps, you will learn the basics of blockchain technology. No mathematical formulas, program code, or computer science jargon are used. No previous knowledge in computer science, mathematics, programming, or cryptography is required. Terminology is explained through analogies and metaphors. This book bridges the gap that exists between purely technical books about the blockchain and purely business-focused books. It does so by explaining both the technical concepts that make up the blockchain and their role in business-relevant applications. What you'll learn: what the blockchain is; why it is needed and what problem it solves; why there is so much excitement about the blockchain and its potential; major components and their purpose; how various components of the blockchain work and interact; limitations, why they exist, and what has been done to overcome them; and major application scenarios. Who this book is for: Everyone who wants to get a general idea of what blockchain technology is, how it works, and how it will potentially change the financial system as we know it.

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AI Narratives: A History of Imaginative Thinking about Intelligent Machines Audiobook

AI Narratives: A History of Imaginative Thinking about Intelligent Machines

Author: Kanta Dihal, Sarah Dillon, Stephen Cave Narrator: P.J. Ochlan Release Date: May 2020

This book is the first to examine the history of imaginative thinking about intelligent machines. As real Artificial Intelligence (AI) begins to touch on all aspects of our lives, this long narrative history shapes how the technology is developed, deployed, and regulated. It is therefore a crucial social and ethical issue. Part I of this book provides a historical overview from ancient Greece to the start of modernity. These chapters explore the revealing pre-history of key concerns of contemporary AI discourse, from the nature of mind and creativity to issues of power and rights, from the tension between fascination and ambivalence to investigations into artificial voices and technophobia. Part II focuses on the twentieth and twenty-first-centuries in which a greater density of narratives emerge alongside rapid developments in AI technology. These chapters reveal not only how AI narratives have consistently been entangled with the emergence of real robotics and AI, but also how they offer a rich source of insight into how we might live with these revolutionary machines. The contributions, from leading humanities and social science scholars, show that narratives about AI offer a crucial epistemic site for exploring contemporary debates about these powerful new technologies.

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The Gospel of Kindness: Animal Welfare and the Making of Modern America Audiobook

The Gospel of Kindness: Animal Welfare and the Making of Modern America

Author: Janet M. Davis Narrator: Ann Richardson Release Date: May 2020

In The Gospel of Kindness, Janet M. Davis explores the broad cultural and social influence of the American animal welfare movement at home and overseas from the Second Great Awakening to the Second World War. Dedicated primarily to laboring animals at its inception in an animal-powered world, the movement eventually included virtually all areas of human and animal interaction. Embracing animals as brethren through biblical concepts of stewardship, a diverse coalition of temperance groups, teachers, Protestant missionaries, religious leaders, civil rights activists, policy makers, and anti-imperialists forged an expansive transnational 'gospel of kindness,' which defined animal mercy as a signature American value. Their interpretation of this 'gospel' extended beyond the New Testament to preach kindness as a secular and spiritual truth. As a cultural product of antebellum revivalism, reform, and the rights revolution of the Civil War era, animal kindness became a barometer of free moral agency, higher civilization, and assimilation. Yet given the cultural, economic, racial, and ethnic diversity of the United States, its empire, and other countries of contact, standards of kindness and cruelty were culturally contingent and potentially controversial.

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How to Survive a Pandemic Audiobook

How to Survive a Pandemic

Author: Michael Greger Narrator: Michael Greger, Raphael Corkhill Release Date: May 2020

From tuberculosis to bird flu and HIV to coronavirus, these infectious diseases share a common origin story: human interaction with animals. Otherwise known as zoonotic diseases for their passage from animals to humans, these pathogens—both pre-existing ones and those newly identified—emerge and re-emerge throughout history, sparking epidemics and pandemics that have resulted in millions of deaths around the world. How did these diseases come about? And what—if anything—can we do to stop them and their fatal march into our countries, our homes, and our bodies? In How to Survive a Pandemic, Dr. Michael Greger, physician and internationally-recognized expert on public health issues, delves into the origins of some of the deadliest pathogens the world has ever seen. Tracing their evolution from the past until today, Dr. Greger spotlights emerging flu and coronaviruses as he examines where these pathogens originated, as well as the underlying conditions and significant human role that have exacerbated their lethal influence to large, and even global, levels. As the world grapples with the devastating impact of the novel coronavirus 2019, Dr. Greger reveals not only what we can do to protect ourselves and our loved ones during a pandemic, but also what human society must rectify to reduce the likelihood of even worse catastrophes in the future.

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On the Origin of Species ( Unabridged 6th Edition) Audiobook

On the Origin of Species ( Unabridged 6th Edition)

Author: Charles Darwin Narrator: Brian Morris Release Date: May 2020

Charles Darwin's On the Origin of Species, in which he writes of his theories of evolution by natural selection, is one of the most important works of scientific study ever published.

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