Selling Academia Textbooks

I am selling the following new academic textbooks on eBay in case anyone is looking for them: T-Helper Cells: Methods and Protocols by Waisman and Becher (https://www.ebay.com/itm/222982208757) Nutrition & Immunity 1st Edition M. Gershwin (https://www.ebay.com/itm/222979004948) Studies in Natural Products Chemistry, Volume 42, 1st edition (https://www.ebay.com/itm/222978431569) Current Therapy and Surgery for Urogenital Tuberculosis by Ekaterina Kulchavenya …

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Young Sheldon- Jiu Jitsi, Bubble Wrap, and Yoo Hoo (S1Ep17)

Sheldon: In any ecosystem, you’ll find a delicate balance between predator and prey. Some well-known predators include Panthera leo, Ursus arctos, and star of the 1987 film Predator, Predator. Now, examples of prey include Oryctolagus cuniculus, Gallus gallus domesticus, and weighing in at 58 pounds soaking wet, diminutive Homo novus —curiously, a close relative of …

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Telescope (2016): Documentary on the James Webb Space Telescope

For the past 400 years, telescopes have transformed our knowledge of the universe. Each era sees deeper and further than the one before it. We are on the verge of answering some of the most haunting questions. Are we alone in the universe? Are there other Earth-like planets out there? IN THE BEGINNING: Since the …

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Standing in Solidarity with Standing Rock to Protest the Dakota Access Pipeline

  Perhaps you live far from the path of the Dakota Access Pipeline, but there are still actions we can take to protest the building of $3.7 billion infrastructure project. Most of us live near a bank that is funding the building of this pipeline. Bill McKibben for YES! Magazine writes, Maybe there’s a Citibank branch …

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Raising Funds for Medical Treatment

Dear readers, Please consider helping us if you can. For the past sixteen months, I have been in a vegetative state due to a doctor's prescription medication error. We are struggling to afford medical treatment and would appreciate your help. Thank you so much to everyone who has contributed and for your consideration. Wishing all good …

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The Man Who Knew Infinity: The Fault, Dear Friends, is Not in Kanigel, But in This Film

I was disappointed at how unfaithfully the film renders Kanigel's biography. Despite the myriad of illnesses he faced as a child, Ramanujan always had a heavy build, a trait that distinguished him from the rest of his peers in India. Additionally, Hardy was 37 when he met Ramanujan but looked much younger. Kanigel mentions that …

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I, A Universe of Atoms: On Genetic Variation

Quanta Magazine wrote a piece referencing Whitman's "I contain multitudes" in regards to the genetic variation inherent in our bodies and how such DNA diversity can be seen as a source of errors but also as a source of resilience. The accumulation of mutations over time is though to be the cause of many disease …

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