About the Book: This book is about a genius boy named as Peter who is a time traveler or who converts himself into one in order to rescue his beloved Edith from a fatal accident which results in her death. His quest of saving her becomes complicated when he discovers the truth of her destined death at the accurate time. It is his "infinity quest" because he will never give up on her he will never let her go till the last breath of his life and at the other hand death will always try to take her into her realms because Edith's time is over and now she is a logical property of death. Will Peter Jordan save her from the clutches of death and take her hand forever? Read: Infinity Quest of a Time Traveler
Providing a detailed examination of the issues that affect the long term health of aircrew, cabin crew and passengers, <i>Air Travel and Health</i> offers guidance to engineers designing aircraft in the difficult field of legislation and product liability. Examining the facts, anecdotes and myths associated with health and travel, Seabridge and Morgan draw balanced conclusions on which the aircraft operations and design communities can act to provide cost-effective solutions. The authors present a useful reference for aircrew, regulatory authorities, engineers and managers within the aerospace industry, and medical and human factor specialists, as well as an informative resource for undergraduate and graduate students.
Der Orient - Fiktion Oder Realitat? The Orient - Fiction Or Reality? A Critical Analysis Of 19th Century German Travel Reports
Following the great expeditions of the 18th and 19th century, travel activity in general increased from the end of the 18th century onwards. In addition to European destinations, the Orient and, above all, Egypt now became the goal of this movement embracing travel and exoticism. This work centers on the question of the received patterns of thought and argumentation that were applied consciously or unconsciously by the travelers. By way of example, the reports of the Austrian scholar and scientist Joseph (Ritter von) Russegger are examined. Russegger's travels to Egypt are notable because he traveled the country as a scientist on behalf of the Egyptian government, which gave him insights into areas of the country and the state that were seldom accessible to a foreigner. The factor that distinguishes Russegger from other travelers is his meticulousness, thanks to which he may be regarded as a forerunner of science in the sense of Humboldt's educational ideal.
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