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The Final Warning
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Release: 2008-03-17
Genre: Young Adult Fiction
File: PDF
Read: 272
ISBN: 9780316029247

Hold on tight for the wildest ride yet as Max and the flock take on global warming -- Earth's biggest threat -- in this #1 New York Times bestselling series. Max returns in a chilling adventure unlike any other. Safe havens for the six highly hunted winged kids have become increasingly hard to find, so the flock takes refuge in Antarctica with a team of environmentalists studying the effects of global warming. In this remote wilderness -- whether pursued by corrupt governments, bioengineered bad-guys, or the harsh forces of nature -- survival of the fittest takes a new twist!


Our Final Warning Six Degrees Of Climate Emergency
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Release: 2020-04-16
Genre: Nature
File: PDF
Read: 384
ISBN: 9780008308582

This book must not be ignored. It really is our final warning. Mark Lynas delivers a vital account of the future of our earth, and our civilisation, if current rates of global warming persist. And it’s only looking worse.


Final Warning
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Release: 2010-08
Genre: Conspiracies
File: PDF
Read: 366
ISBN: 1615779299

This is the definitive resource on the nature and origins of the movement towards a one-world government. A wealth of in-depth research explains the roles of the major arms of the conspiracy today, such as the Federal Reserve, the Committee on Foreign Relations (CFR), the Trilateral Commission and the Bilderbergers. The history of the New World Order is traced, from the Illuminati and the fomenting of the French Revolution, to the 1913 take-over of the US government by the bankers, the world wars, the rise of communism and the United Nations.


The Final Warning
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Release: 2003-08
Genre: Fiction
File: PDF
Read: 272
ISBN: 0970859899


Final Warning
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Release: 1996
Genre: Religion
File: PDF
Read: 508
ISBN: 1565074793

Learn how the economic agenda of elite groups could be setting the stage for the rise of the world's final dictatorship, and discover how to protect yourself from the coming financial crisis and perilous times.


666
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Release: 1990-12-01
Genre: Bible
File: PDF
Read: 512
ISBN: 0962684112


The Final Warning And Appeal
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Release: 1866
Genre: Christian life
File: PDF
Read: 32
ISBN: BL:A0021170257


Final Warning
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Release: 2015-02-01
Genre: Religion
File: PDF
Read: 256
ISBN: 1938067614

Argues that the world is in the end times foretold in the book of Revelation, lining up the major events of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries with the words of the Bible's final book.


The Final Warning
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Release: 2020-10
Genre:
File: PDF
Read: 346
ISBN: 1916197760


Too Smart
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Release: 2020-03-17
Genre: Social Science
File: PDF
Read: 256
ISBN: 9780262538589

Who benefits from smart technology? Whose interests are served when we trade our personal data for convenience and connectivity? Smart technology is everywhere: smart umbrellas that light up when rain is in the forecast; smart cars that relieve drivers of the drudgery of driving; smart toothbrushes that send your dental hygiene details to the cloud. Nothing is safe from smartification. In Too Smart, Jathan Sadowski looks at the proliferation of smart stuff in our lives and asks whether the tradeoff—exchanging our personal data for convenience and connectivity—is worth it. Who benefits from smart technology? Sadowski explains how data, once the purview of researchers and policy wonks, has become a form of capital. Smart technology, he argues, is driven by the dual imperatives of digital capitalism: extracting data from, and expanding control over, everything and everybody. He looks at three domains colonized by smart technologies' collection and control systems: the smart self, the smart home, and the smart city. The smart self involves more than self-tracking of steps walked and calories burned; it raises questions about what others do with our data and how they direct our behavior—whether or not we want them to. The smart home collects data about our habits that offer business a window into our domestic spaces. And the smart city, where these systems have space to grow, offers military-grade surveillance capabilities to local authorities. Technology gets smart from our data. We may enjoy the conveniences we get in return (the refrigerator says we're out of milk!), but, Sadowski argues, smart technology advances the interests of corporate technocratic power—and will continue to do so unless we demand oversight and ownership of our data.