June 27 2022

Only the Clothes on Her Back Clothing and the Hidden History of Power in the Nineteenth-Century United States [Audiobook]

Only the Clothes on Her Back Clothing and the Hidden History of Power in the Nineteenth-Century United States [Audiobook]
English | ASIN: B09RRPCBVL | 2022 | 12 hours and 51 minutes | MP3 | M4B | 354 MB
What can dresses, bedlinens, waistcoats, pantaloons, shoes, and kerchiefs tell us about the legal status of the least powerful members of American society? In the hands of eminent historian Laura F. Edwards, these textiles tell a revealing story of ordinary people and how they made use of their material goods' economic and legal value in the period between the Revolution and the Civil War. Only the Clothes on Her Back uncovers practices, commonly known then, but now long forgotten, which made textiles - clothing, cloth, bedding, and accessories, such as shoes and hats - a unique form of property that people without rights could own and exchange.

June 27 2022

Only the Best Will Do The Compelling Case for Investing in Quality Growth Businesses [Audiobook]

Only the Best Will Do The Compelling Case for Investing in Quality Growth Businesses [Audiobook]
English | ASIN: B07ZQRS28M | 2019 | 5 hours and 54 minutes | MP3 | M4B | 322 MB
What if there was a uniquely safe place to put your money that also earned the best long-term returns? In Only the Best Will Do, master investor Peter Seilern reveals everything you need to know to practice the art of quality growth investing: finding the companies that can reliably deliver steady and strong growth for the long term. Distilling everything he has learned from a lifetime in the financial markets, Seilern enlightens the listener how to narrow down from tens of thousands of listed stocks to the select elite that belong in a quality growth investor's portfolio.These are shares, Seilern shows, that can be safer than bank deposits or government bonds.

June 27 2022

One Day in August Ian Fleming, Enigma, and the Deadly Raid on Dieppe [Audiobook]

One Day in August Ian Fleming, Enigma, and the Deadly Raid on Dieppe [Audiobook]
English | ASIN: B09FRDSX73 | 2021 | 15 hours and 16 minutes | MP3 | M4B | 419 MB
In less than six hours in August 1942, nearly 1,000 British, Canadian, and American commandos died in the French port of Dieppe in an operation that, for decades, seemed to have no real purpose. Was it a dry-run for D-Day, or perhaps a gesture by the Allies to placate Stalin's impatience for a second front in the west? Canadian historian David O'Keefe uses hitherto classified intelligence archives to prove that this catastrophic and apparently futile raid was, in fact, a mission set up by Ian Fleming of British Naval Intelligence as part of a "pinch" policy designed to capture material relating to the four-rotor Enigma Machine that would permit codebreakers like Alan Turing at Bletchley Park to turn the tide of the Second World War.

June 27 2022

Once and Future Myths The Power of Ancient Stories in Our Lives [Audiobook]

Once and Future Myths The Power of Ancient Stories in Our Lives [Audiobook]
English | ASIN: B0B3LLDBFQ | 2022 | 7 hours and 51 minutes | MP3 | M4B | 216 MB
In this masterwork, Phil Cousineau examines the connection of mythology to contemporary life and what that means for self-improvement. Drawing on his extensive work with Joseph Campbell, this is Cousineau's grand opus—revealing mythic insights for everyday life. Cousineau retells classic myths such as Eros and Psyche—with new accounts of more contemporary mythmakers such as Jim Morrison and Vincent van Gogh, illustrating how these legends have affected history, culture, and individuals. Experiencing myth feels like a sense of timelessness—living something larger than oneself—with a deeper understanding of work, love, creativity, and spirituality. Once and Future Myths is a fascinating listen and an original contribution to what we know about the power of myth in the 21st century.

June 27 2022

Once a Wolf The Science Behind Our Dogs' Astonishing Genetic Evolution [Audiobook]

Once a Wolf The Science Behind Our Dogs' Astonishing Genetic Evolution [Audiobook]
English | ASIN: B07PJTRDYS | 2019 | 9 hours and 50 minutes | MP3 | M4B | 271 MB
How did wolves evolve into dogs? When did this happen, and what role did humans play? Oxford geneticist Bryan Sykes used the full array of modern technology to explore the canine genetic journey that likely began when a human child decided to adopt a wolf cub thousands of years ago. In the process, he discovered that only a handful of genes have created the huge range of shapes, sizes, and colors in modern dogs. Providing scientific insight into these adaptive stages, Sykes focuses attention on our own species and how our own evolution from (perhaps equally aggressive) primates was enhanced by this most unlikely ally. Whether examining our obsession with canine purity or delving into the prehistoric past to answer the most fundamental question of all, "Why do we love our dog so much?," Once a Wolf is an engaging work no dog lover or ancestry aficionado should be without.

June 27 2022

Once Upon a Time We Ate Animals The Future of Food [Audiobook]

Once Upon a Time We Ate Animals The Future of Food [Audiobook]
English | ASIN: B097FBXFB9 | 2021 | 7 hours and 6 minutes | MP3 | M4B | 195 MB
Though increasing numbers of people know that eating meat is detrimental to our planet's health, many still can't be convinced to give up eating meat. But how can we change behavior when common arguments and information aren't working? Acclaimed anthropologist Roanne Van Voorst changes the dialogue. In Once Upon a Time We Ate Animals, she shifts the focus from the present looking forward to the future looking back - imagining a world in which most no longer use animals for food, clothing, or other items.

June 27 2022

Once Before Time A Whole Story of the Universe [Audiobook]

Once Before Time A Whole Story of the Universe [Audiobook]
English | ASIN: B004BDIZ0E | 2010 | 12 hours and 24 minutes | MP3 | M4B | 341 MB
In 2000, Martin Bojowald, then a 27-year-old post-doc at Pennsylvania State University, used a relatively new theory called loop quantum gravity - a cunning combination of Einstein's theory of gravity with quantum mechanics - to create a simple model of the Universe. Loop quantum cosmology was born, and with it, a theory that managed to do something even Einstein's general theory of relativity had failed to do - illuminate the very birth of the Universe. Ever since, loop quantum cosmology, or LQC, has been tantalizing physicists with the idea that our universe could conceivably have emerged from the collapse of a previous one. Now the theory is poised to formulate hypotheses we can actually test. If they are verified, the big bang will give way to the big bounce.

June 27 2022

On to Stalingrad Operation Winter Thunderstorm and the Attempt to Relieve Sixth Army, December 1942 [Audiobook]

On to Stalingrad Operation Winter Thunderstorm and the Attempt to Relieve Sixth Army, December 1942 [Audiobook]
English | ASIN: B09WS1R3G2 | 2022 | 5 hours and 52 minutes | MP3 | M4B | 162 MB
In late November 1942, Soviet forces surrounded Paulus' Sixth Army in a pocket outside the Russian city of Stalingrad. In response the Germans planned a relief operation, Operation Winter Storm, intended to break through the Soviet forces and open the pocket, releasing the encircled units. The 6th Panzer Division was the spearhead of the German relief force. The attack started on December 12th, 1942 and was aborted on December 23rd after heavy Soviet counterattacks. This failure sealed the fate of the German 6th Army in Stalingrad. This account of the operation was first published in German in 1961, written by the well-respected military historian and retired German officer, Schiebert Horst. It covers the entire operation from the situation in mid-November through the two German offensives, the Soviet counteroffensive and ongoing fighting until early January.

June 27 2022

On the Origin of Species, Unabridged [Audiobook]

On the Origin of Species, Unabridged [Audiobook]
English | ASIN: B01FKWM24O | 2016 | 21 hours and 2 minutes | MP3 | M4B | 574 MB
Perhaps the most influential science book ever written, On the Origin of Species has continued to fascinate for more than a century after its initial publication. Its controversial theory that populations evolve and adapt through a process known as natural selection led to heated scientific, philosophical, and religious debate, revolutionizing every discipline in its wake. With its clear, concise, and surprisingly enjoyable prose, On the Origin of Species is both captivating and edifying.

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