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  • The Greatest Comets in Historyby David A.J. Seargent

    Springer New York 2008; US$ 34.95

    This book fills the gap between general books, academic catalogues, and huge detailed catalogues. It is a detailed descriptive account ? in non-technical language ? of what are deemed to have been the most spectacular and notable comets ever recorded. more...

  • Weird Astronomyby David A.J. Seargent

    Springer New York 2010; US$ 39.95

    A book that will appeal to all who are interested in unusual celestial occurences, this volume details a variety of odd astronomical observations and includes a number of amusing anecdotes that demonstrate the significance of these ?weird? phenomena. more...

  • Weird Weatherby David A. J. Seargent

    Springer New York 2012; US$ 39.95

    Following his popular Weird Astronomy, David Seargent explores atmospheric and "shallow space" rather than deep space events. Using a balanced, scientific approach, the book covers strange, unusual, and apparently inexplicable observations of the air and sky. more...

  • Weird Worldsby David A. J. Seargent

    Springer New York 2013; Not Available

    This book concentrates on the ?odd and interesting? aspects of planetary bodies, including asteroids and moons, describing unusual features of these worlds and the ways in which they appear ?weird? to us. Also discusses the possibility of methane-based organisms. more...

  • Plurality and Continuityby David A.J. Seargent

    Springer Netherlands 2012; US$ 159.00

    by D. M. Armstrong In the history of the discussion of the problem of universals, G. F. Stout has an honoured, and special. place. For the Nominalist, meaning by that term a philosopher who holds that existence of repeatables - kinds, sorts, type- and the indubitable existence of general terms, is a problem. The Nominalist's opponent, the Realist,... more...

  • Weird Universeby David A. J. Seargent

    Springer International Publishing 2014; US$ 29.99

    As new discoveries complicate the scientific picture of the universe, the evolving theories about the nature of space and time and the origins and fate of the universe threaten to become overwhelming. Enter David Seargent. Continuing the author's series of books popularizing strange astronomy facts and knowledge, Weird Universe explains the bizarre,... more...

  • Weird Astronomical Theories of the Solar System and Beyondby David A. J. Seargent

    Springer International Publishing 2015; US$ 34.99

    After addressing strange cosmological hypotheses in Weird Universe, David Seargent tackles the no-less bizarre theories closer to home. Alternate views on the Solar System's formation, comet composition, and the evolution of life on Earth are only some of the topics he addresses in this new work. Although these ideas exist on the fringe of mainstream... more...

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