Description : This book is Mr. Cater's follow up work to The Awesome Life Force. It contains countless gems of thought provoking ideas. In this two volume set you will discover an explanation for seemingly unexplainable phenomena. Levitation, missle weight loss in space, pyramid power and a closer look at the properties of light. Joseph Cater points out the fundamental weakness in conventional mathematics. The role of the soft electrons is expanded upon. Magnetic fields and astronomical error in determining planetary sizes and distances are fully explained. Volume 2 carries us into the mystery of the Crystal Skull. Have you ever wondered how from certain rock formations water can be produced? Everything in the process of creation proceeds from the simple to the more complex. If there is a test for the validity of a theory or concept in its ability to be explained Joseph Cater accomplishes it in this set of books. You do not have to be a genius to understand, there is something here for everyone!
Description : Sir Elton John, blind fish, the original Twinkie, President Ronald Reagan's Secret Service detail, and mummies don't usually come up in the same conversation -- unless you're at Mammoth Cave National Park! Home to the earth's longest known cave system, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is one of the oldest tourist attractions in North America. Although this remarkable place has been immortalized in works ranging from Herman Melville's Moby Dick to H. P. Lovecraft's "The Beast in the Cave," the realities of life at Mammoth Cave can be stranger than fiction. In this charming book, Colleen O'Connor Olson takes readers on a tour through a labyrinth of topics. She discusses scientific subjects such as the fossils of prehistoric animals and the secret lives of subterranean critters, and she provides essential information on dating in the cave (the age of rocks and artifacts, not courtship). Olson also explores Mammoth Cave's rich history, covering its use as the world's first tuberculosis sanatorium as well as its operation as a saltpeter mine during the War of 1812, and shares the inspirational story of the park's first female ranger. Throughout, Olson offers up humorous accounts of celebrity visits and astounding adventures and even includes a chapter dedicated to jokes told in the cave over the years. Whether you're visiting the national park, thinking about visiting, or just curious about a place recognized as one of the world's greatest natural wonders, don't miss this delightful guide to the wild and wonderful subterranean world of Mammoth Cave.