Mother's Day is a bittersweet day for us kids without moms.
The dangers and remedies for electromagnetic radiation are articulated for cell phone applications.
Today's parents want distinctive names for their children, but distinctive today can become commonplace tomorrow.
How can a baby generate so much laundry?
Some parents are more "expert" than others.
Recent earthquakes in California portend the need for the public and private sector to plan.
You Can Be Happy teaches us to be happy now rather than dwelling on the past or an uncertain future.
The 1811-1812 New Madrid Earthquakes devastated many across the United States.
Norway is in the headlines for separating the children of an Indian geoscientist from their parents.
The Mission Myth is an important technical resource for owners and operators of a non-profit organization.
The Poincare Conjecture is a wonderful book on popular mathematical topology.
Lost Civilizations and Secrets of the Past> is a compendium of fascinating anecdotal and scientific research.
The Universe Speaks: On the Love and Pain of 2012 to 2025 is a bold thrust into an unknown future.
Both believers and non-believers can enjoy this work because the contents deals with the complicated interplay between good and bad.
Turning back, I see my efforts were amazing. How did I do all these things?
The Wall Street protesters and others aim to redistribute wealth more equitably.
Sweet Fruit From The Bitter Tree is about finding creative ways out of conflicts both small and large.
Moxie for Managers is a transformational process in managing people and organizational resources more dynamically and effectively.
How Big Is Our Universe is a considerable scientific attempt to recreate proportionalities of heavenly bodies in relation to Earth.
The Great Crash Ahead provides warnings and strategies to manage macro and micro economic decisions rationally.