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Exploring Creation with Physical Science

By: Jay Wile
Narrated by: Kathleen Wile
Length: 18 hrs and 13 mins
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This course is designed to be the last science course the student takes before high school biology. The course discusses such topics as the atmosphere, the hydrosphere, weather, the structure of the Earth, environmentalism, the physics of motion, Newton's Laws, gravity, and astrophysics. There are many hands-on experiments to do, and they all use household chemicals and supplies.

©2007 Apologia Educational Ministries (P)2007 Apologia Educational Ministries

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Packed with Information

This was a very good textbook. Packed with information, experiments, and pictures! Important definitions and points included. Recommended for any student or parent wanting to learn more about Gods wonderful creation.

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great resource

This audiobook was a great resource to go along with Dr. Wile’s textbook. The information is thorough and conveyed in an easy to understand way.

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obvious erroneous data on global warming

States the earth is not getting warmer. yet ice sheets are melting all over the world. the author inputs much political explanations to explain the obvious ad being wrong. that is not good scientific practice. just the data maam.

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