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Cloud Busting

Author : Malorie Blackman
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Davey is the new boy in class and Sam can't stand him. He thinks Davey is a Grade A moron. But when the two are thrown together Sam discovers that Davey's eccentric way of looking at the world makes life a lot more fun. Until the day something terrible happens... A funny and sad story, told completely in verse.

Cloud Busting Secrets

Author : Devin Knight
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Two of the world's foremost 'Cloudbusters' reveal their inner secrets of cloud magic! In this book the authors strip away the veil of secrecy, revealing cloud secrets only known to a select few. Learn to make clouds vanish and appear. Sculpture them into images of selected playing cards, thought of numbers, ESP symbols, faces, and even animals. Nothing is held back! Apparently change the weather by delaying rain or snow or even by making it warmer. Believe it or not you can do a lot of this long distance by using a cell phone! With the material in this book you will be more than just a magician or mentalist. You will be a real miracle worker, who apparently has complete control over the elements!

Cloud Busting

Author : Steve Richard
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Photographer Steve Richard writes, "One of the most beautiful and dynamic subjects to photograph is the human body, especially when it is in motion. Though it has all been done before, I still have the desire to draw on some variation, however slight, which allows the creation of a beautiful and original image. By using flour for the dance series showcased in Cloud Busting, these particles add a new and interesting layer and an important dimension to the series. Most of the images are captured while the powder is in a form that only exists for a fraction of a second before the illusion is no longer valid. This is a wonderful metaphor for beauty and even life itself."

The Best Australian Stories 2005

Author : Frank Moorhouse
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In the sixth edition of this best-selling series, the highly acclaimed author, Frank Moorhouse, has collected Australia's finest short fiction from the last twelve months. The contributors to this collection display the best fiction writers at the top of their form. This anthology of new work demonstrates once again the enduring quality of contemporary Australian fiction and showcases the art of the well-crafted story.

Naval Aviation News

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The Leatherneck

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Selected Writings

Author : Wilhelm Reich
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Weather as Medium

Author : Janine Randerson
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An exploration of artworks that use weather or atmosphere as the primary medium, creating new coalitions of collective engagement with the climate crisis. In a time of climate crisis, a growing number of artists use weather or atmosphere as an artistic medium, collaborating with scientists, local communities, and climate activists. Their work mediates scientific modes of knowing and experiential knowledge of weather, probing collective anxieties and raising urgent ecological questions, oscillating between the “big picture systems view” and a ground-based perspective. In this book, Janine Randerson explores a series of meteorological art projects from the 1960s to the present that draw on sources ranging from dynamic, technological, and physical systems to indigenous cosmology. Randerson finds a precursor to today's meteorological art in 1960s artworks that were weather-driven and infused with the new sciences of chaos and indeterminacy, and she examines work from this period by artists including Hans Haacke, Fujiko Nakaya, and Aotearoa-New Zealand kinetic sculptor Len Lye. She looks at live experiences of weather in art, in particular Fluxus performance and contemporary art that makes use of meteorological data streams and software. She describes the use of meteorological instruments, including remote satellite sensors, to create affective atmospheres; online projects and participatory performances that create a new form of “social meteorology”; works that respond directly to climate change, many from the Global South; artist-activists who engage with the earth's diminishing cryosphere; and a speculative art in the form of quasi-scientific experiments. Art's current eddies of activity around the weather, Randerson writes, perturb the scientific hold on facts and offer questions of value in their place.

The Orillia Spirit

Author : Randy Richmond
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The Orillia Spirit tells the history of the city through the stories of its people, who insisted on making their lives and their community alive with significance.

Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research

Author : American Society for Psychical Research
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Orgone Energy Bulletin

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Air Force

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Yankee

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Where the Rivers Meet

Author : Frank Stewart
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More than two dozen contemporary novelists, essayists, and poets are collected in this remarkable collection of work from Australia, a complex country with a multi layered history. Among these outstanding writers is a growing number of Indigenous authors, whose voices are included here. Their stories - many of them previously untold in literature - deepen and expand our understanding of the experiences that comprise Australia's past, present, and future. Both the Indigenous and non-Indigenous authors in Where the Rivers Meet address their country's struggle to create a shared citizenship and sense of belonging. Some seek the key to this shared belonging in the creation of a more just relationship to the land and in issues of ownership. Others find clarity and rejuvenation in the country's harsh and beautiful wildness.

The Fight in the Clouds

Author : James P. Busha
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DIVIn The Fight in the Clouds, aviation writer James P. Busha narrates a spellbinding collection of tales of P-51 Mustang combat throughout World War II. /div

Harper s Encyclopedia of Mystical Paranormal Experience

Author : Rosemary Guiley
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An alphabetical guide to the paranormal, with more than five hundred entries on notable individuals, supernatural phenomena such as apparitions and levitation, geographical locations linked to the occult, and spiritual traditions such as Sufism and Taoism.

National Theatre Connections 2011

Author : Sam Adamson
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This brilliant new collection of ten plays for young people will prove indispensable to schools, colleges and youth theatre groups. Specially commissioned by the National Theatre for the Connections Festival 2011 involving 200 schools and youth theatre groups across the UK and Ireland, each play is accompanied by production notes and exercises. The Pied Piper re-imagined, the aftermath of genocide in Rwanda, witches in seventeenth century Norfolk, a giant baby on the rampage, an extraordinary day in an ordinary school are just some of subjects covered in the thrilling and varied new plays created by talented writers for young actors to perform in National Theatre Connections 2011. The plays in this anthology offer a huge variety of stories and styles to ignite the imagination of young casts and creative teams. Themes are both teenage and universal - ambition, dashed hopes, fear and confidence, loyalty and betrayal. These new plays embrace a huge range for their inspiration: they plunder classics and imagine the future.

Vaporizing Clouds

Author : Eileen Moore Koenigsberg
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Vaporizing Clouds: Exploring Mind, Body, & Spirit by Eileen Moore Koenigsberg We all know there is more to this world than meets the eye. We all have a great potential inside. Most of us only explore the tip of our own icebergs, of ourselves. This book will help you to explore further, deeper into the workings of your mind, deeper into the connection to your inner self. It will help you to see how you influence life in a profound way, and how you can become more aware of your whole consciousness. Vaporizing real, physical clouds is something we can all learn to do. This book shows you how. You will realize through doing the various exercises and techniques, how much impact you have on your life, on your environment, on things you would never have imagined. You will be given keys to working with the Universal Laws, including the Law of Attraction, understanding and directing your mind, and exploring your inner connection to Source. We all have many different clouds in our lives. We often see clouds as things that are in our way, or in the way of the light. Come with an open mind and heart, explore your mind, body and spirit, and uncover your own light of understanding. Namaste!

The Best Australian Stories

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Weather Forecasting for Astronomy

Author : Michael Baird
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