Crushed between a truck and a tree, Simon and his wife were both pronounced dead at the scene of a horrific car accident. Enduring a broken skull, jaw, arms, clavicle and pelvis, followed by a coma, Simon lives to tell his remarkable journey from tragedy to triumph.
"Eye opening about the world of healthcare"
The individuals in this book all share a common bond - they were awakened. They awoke to a world that was unfamiliar to them and one that was often terrifying and bizarre. Suddenly, those trusted men and women in power became manipulators and power hungry dictators and not the democratic leaders we are led to believe. A unique collection of evidence and theory is set out in this film to reveal a new world order.
"it's a movie soundtrack"
China's relationship with fossil fuels is changing. With increased investment in renewable energy, the world leader in carbon emissions is committing to improve its climate policy.
The renowned physicist will travel as part of Virgin Galactic’s Space Programme.
The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books began in 1996 with a simple goal: to bring together the people who create books with the people who love to read them. The festival was an immediate success and has become the largest and most prestigious book festival in the country, attracting more than 130,000 book lovers each year
For millennia man has looked towards the night sky in awe at the beauty and majesty of the Moon. It's silver glow has enticed and invited us. Then, in 1969, mankind finally managed to fulfill his dream, as NASA astronauts set foot upon our celestial partner. But ever since that momentous year, there have been raging arguments about whether we actually landed there or not.
In this gripping presentation, Simon Lewis explains his own theory about the true nature of the Moon.
"Not designed as an audio program!"
Imagine hair that could be blue outdoors and blonde inside, or a black to red dye that changes color as the user blushes. No, it's not a reference to Harry Potter but a real-life feat of chemical fashion.
Geologists believe Zealandia is the youngest continent on Earth — and that it deserves scientific recognition.
The South American polka dot tree frog is the first frog ever recorded to have powerful fluorescent qualities.
The tech company is opposing a ruling that would mean paying Ireland billions in back taxes.
The World Meteorological Organisation is warning extreme weather and climate conditions have already continued into 2017.
The latest vaccine against the Ebola virus in gorillas and chimpanzees could be the last ever conducted on captive apes due to research restrictions.
Teresa Woodruff and her colleagues at Northwestern University have created the world's first organ-on-a-chip able to copy the human menstrual cycle.
The 'Fast, Cheap and Out of the Box' project was created by students at MIT to defy the common limitations of architecture.
Living in space has been a science fiction fantasy ever since people looked up into the stars. The Analemma Tower brings that dream to life.
Richard Bomfrey, a biomechanic from the Royal Veterinary College, has recorded the flight of the mosquito in minute detail — revealing some striking secrets about how the insects achieve flight.