For the past 50 years, popular culture has led us to believe in the left brain vs. right brain theory of personality types. It would be an illuminating theory if it did not have one major drawback: It is simply not supported by science. In contrast, the Top Brain, Bottom Brain theory is based on solid research that has stayed within the confines of labs all over the world—until now.
Three New York Times reporters uncover the truth about biological weapons. In a frightening and unforgettable narrative of cutting-edge science and spycraft, Germs reconstructs the former Soviet and Iraqi germ warfare programs, and how they affected U.S. policy. "Chilling," says Booklist.
"It's Judith Miller."
Screenwriter, playwright, and novelist Stephen Miller crafts this harrowing tale about two people on opposite ends of the war on terror. Daria, an Iraqi refugee, has lost everything she holds dear - and now seeks revenge on those responsible. Recruited for a dangerous mission, she boards a plane to New York with instructions to make contact with - and infect - as many people as possible. Meanwhile, American scientist Dr. Sam Watterman is asked by the government to help locate a new threat.
Eksplosiv og samtidsrelevant spaendingsroman, der tager laeseren med ind i sindet på en terrorist. På en smuk solskinsdag i september 2012, ikke ulig en anden skaebnesvanger septemberdag 11 år tidligere, stiger en ung, elegant klaedt kvinde om bord på et fly fra Berlin til New York velvidende, at hun vil slippe en dødelig epidemi løs blandt indbyggerne i hele den vestlige verden.
Sunday observance in the Christian West was an important religious issue from late Antiquity until at least the early 20th century. In England the subject was debated in Parliament for six centuries. During the reign of Charles I disagreements about Sunday observance were a factor in the Puritan flight from England. In America the Sunday question loomed large in the nation’s newspapers.