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« on: 22/01/2010, 12:17 PM »

You guys may remember this old thread I started.

It's one I have gone back to often to check names of books recommended by you lot.

SO I decided to start a new one with a more meaningful title.

If you want to recommend a book or book series, please do so here.
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« Reply #136 on: 14/03/2014, 12:15 AM »

It your after e-books check out: http://forum.mobilism.org/viewforum.php?f=106

You have to create an account but it's worth it.

also http://theebooksbay.com/ is ok as well.
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« Reply #137 on: 18/03/2014, 06:51 PM »

Grain Brain
David Perlmutter

Everyone should read this book.
The author has connected the dots from a lot of recent scientific studies and put it all together. Basically everything you thought you knew about nutrition is wrong. And not just wrong, but actually bad for your health in the long term.
To give you an idea how crazy it is I'll give you an example. Significant scientific studies in the mid naughties, and I'm talking 120,000 people studied, found that there is no connection between high cholesterol and heart disease. Multiple other studies have found direct links to increased brain activity and longevity in people with high cholesterol, ie getting old and keeping your marbles intact.
It will blow your mind what science has been finding out, but big health pharmaceutical companies and established industries have been keeping quiet. We'll look back in 20 years time and compare this to when the medical industry prescribed cigarettes for people with breathing issues.
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« Reply #138 on: 07/08/2015, 10:57 AM »

The Martian by Andy Weir. Brilliant.
It combines realistic science with understandable terms and meets comfortably in the middle. It's technical enough to satisfy nerds and astronauts, simple enough to please graphic designers.

Soon to be a major motion picture!
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« Reply #139 on: 18/08/2015, 08:26 PM »

I've been reading a whole lot of Roman shit lately, Simon Scarrow, Graves, Ben Kane, Robert Harris, Steven Saylor, Robert Fabbri, Tacitus, Conn Iggulden, Jack Whyte, John Stack, Colleen McCullough, Harry Sidebottom (I'm not making these names up!)
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« Reply #140 on: 18/08/2015, 08:48 PM »

so just a few books then... or that is a lot of people for one book... is this a Roman History text book?
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« Reply #141 on: 18/08/2015, 09:01 PM »

Roman history/fiction authors - some more, some less fiction. Tacitus was there, give or take Smiley Lotsa books between them.
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« Reply #142 on: 19/08/2015, 10:44 AM »

DJ Molles - The Remaining series, decent zombie apocolypse
BV Larson - Starforce, Undying Mercenaries - good fun sci fi
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