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Wat Moet Ons Met Ons Kerk Doen? (Afrikaans, Paperback): Jurie van den Heever Wat Moet Ons Met Ons Kerk Doen? (Afrikaans, Paperback)
Jurie van den Heever 1
R225 R56 Discovery Miles 560 Save R169 (75%) Shipped within 10 - 15 working days

Wat Moet Ons Met Ons Kerk Doen? is 'n poging om te probeer verstaan waar ons as Afrikaners teologies vandaan kom, watter kragte en magte ons en ons Kerk gevorm het en hoe ons Kerk tans daar uitsien.

Die N.G.Kerk was 'n belangrike en rigtinggewende rolspele in die opheffing van die Afrikaner na die Britse vergrype tydens en na die Tweede Vryheidsoorlog. Tans word die N.G.Kerk ervaar as 'n instansie wat ongevoelig teenoor die geestelike behoeftes van haar lidmate staan.

Hierdie is 'n moet-lees boek vir:

  • Lidmate wat ons Kerk graag wil help om 'n gesonde, geestelike tuiste vir Suid-Afrikaners van die 21ste eeu te bied.
  • Die klakkelose napraters van die dogma wat dink ons Kerk is steeds op die regte pad.
  • Die plastiekpredikante van die radio en televisie wat met eentonige reŽlmaat soetsappige, sogenaamd godsdienstige, pleisters plak.
  • Diegene wat reeds ons Kerk tot die ashoop van die geloof verdoem het.
Almost Human - The Astonishing Tale Of Homo Naledi (Paperback): Lee Berger, John Hawks Almost Human - The Astonishing Tale Of Homo Naledi (Paperback)
Lee Berger, John Hawks 5
R233 Discovery Miles 2 330 In stock

Almost Human is the personal story of a charismatic and visionary palaeontologist, a rich and readable narrative about science, exploration, and what it means to be human.

In 2013, Wits University reasearch professor Lee Berger caught wind of a cache of bones in a hard-to-reach underground cave near Johannesburg. He put out a call around the world for collaborators – men and women small and adventurous enough to be able to squeeze through 8-inch tunnels to reach a sunless cave 40 feet underground. With this team of ‘underground astronauts’, Berger made the discovery of a lifetime: hundreds of prehistoric bones, including entire skeletons of at least 15 individuals, all perhaps two million years old. Their features combined those of known pre-hominids with those more human than anything ever before seen in prehistoric remains. Berger's team had discovered an all new species: Homo naledi.

The cave proved to be the richest pre-hominid site ever discovered, full of implications that challenge how we define ourselves as human. Did these ancestors of ours bury their dead? If so, they must have had an awareness of death, a level of self-knowledge: the very characteristic we used to define ourselves as human. Did an equally advanced species inhabit Earth with us, or before us?

Addressing these questions, Berger counters the arguments of those colleagues who have questioned his controversial interpretations and astounding finds.

Spying on Whales - The Past, Present and Future of the World's Largest Animals (Hardcover, Epub Edition): Nicholas Pyenson Spying on Whales - The Past, Present and Future of the World's Largest Animals (Hardcover, Epub Edition)
Nicholas Pyenson 1
R509 R361 Discovery Miles 3 610 Save R148 (29%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Whales are among the largest, most intelligent, deepest diving species to have ever lived on our planet. We have hunted them for thousands of years and scratched their icons into our mythologies. They simultaneously fill us with waves of terror, awe and affection - yet we know hardly anything about them. Whales tend to only enter our awareness when they die, struck by a ship or stranded in the surf. They evolved from land-roaming, dog-like creatures into animals that move like fish, breathe like us, can grow to 300,000 pounds, live 200 years and roam entire ocean basins. Yet despite centuries of observing whales, we know little about their evolutionary past. In this remarkable new book, the Smithsonian's star palaeontologist Nick Pyenson takes us to the ends of the earth and to the cutting edge of whale research as he searches for the answers to some of our biggest questions about these graceful giants. His rich storytelling takes us deep inside the Smithsonian's unparalleled fossil collection, to frigid Antarctic waters, and to the arid desert of Chile, where scientists race against time to document the largest fossil whalebone site on earth. Spying on Whales is an illuminating story of scientific discovery that brings readers closer to the most enigmatic and beloved animals of all time.

Why Dinosaurs Matter (Hardcover): Kenneth Lacovara Why Dinosaurs Matter (Hardcover)
Kenneth Lacovara 1
R213 R134 Discovery Miles 1 340 Save R79 (37%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

What can long-dead dinosaurs teach us about our future? Plenty, according to world-renowned paleontologist and recent star of BBC show The Day the Dinosaurs Died Dr Kenneth Lacovara, who has discovered some of the largest creatures to ever walk the Earth, including the super-massive Dreadnoughtus. 'Majestic, awe-inspiring and deeply humbling. Kenneth Lacovara reveals how dinosaurs have changed how we understand time, the world and ourselves' DR ALICE ROBERTS, anatomist and anthropologist, television presenter, author and professor `This is a dinosaur book with a difference. In lyrical prose Kenneth Lacovara shows how an understanding of the past helps to understand the present. The dinosaurs played no role in the great extinction that ended their era: we, on the other hand, are playing a major part in the extinction that is taking place today. And unless we change our ways, if we continue destroying the natural world, this will lead inevitably to our own extinction. But unlike the dinosaurs we have the power to turn things around.' DR JANE GOODALL, DBE, conservationist, founder of the Jane Goodaal Institute and UN Messenger of Peace `Kenneth Lacovara LOVES Dinosaurs, LOVES science and truly LOVES telling you about it. Few non-fiction writers wield words with more poetic and potent affection for their subject. Ken's deep scholarship and clear enjoyment of his subject always makes ME feel smarter. A man obsessed not just with his subject matter, but with showing us how looking into our deep past can illuminate our future.' ADAM SAVAGE of THE DISCOVERY CHANNEL By tapping into the wonder that dinosaurs inspire, Dr Lacovara weaves together the stories of our geological awakening, of humanity's epic struggle to understand the nature of deep time, the meaning of fossils, and our own place on the vast and bountiful tree of life. Go on a journey, back to when dinosaurs ruled the Earth, to discover how dinosaurs achieved feats unparalleled by any other group of animals. Learn the secrets of how paleontologists find fossils, and explore quirky, but fascinating questions, such as: Is a penguin a dinosaur? How are the tiny arms of T. rex the key to its power and ferocity? In this revealing book, Dr Lacovara offers the latest ideas about the shocking and calamitous death of the dinosaurs and ties their vulnerabilities to our own. Why Dinosaurs Matter is compelling and engaging - a reminder that our place on this planet is both precarious and potentially fleeting. As we move into an uncertain environmental future, it has never been more important to understand the past.

Acrocanthosaurus Inside and Out (Hardcover): Kenneth Carpenter Acrocanthosaurus Inside and Out (Hardcover)
Kenneth Carpenter
R606 Discovery Miles 6 060 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
Life: an Unauthorized Biography (Paperback, New Ed): Richard A. Fortey Life: an Unauthorized Biography (Paperback, New Ed)
Richard A. Fortey 2
R260 R182 Discovery Miles 1 820 Save R78 (30%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

A magisterial exploration of the natural history of the first four thousand million years of life on and in the earth, by one of Britain's most dazzling science writers. What do any of us know about the history of our planet before the arrival of man? Most of us have a dim impression of a swirling mass of dust solidifying to form a volcanic globe, briefly populated by dinosaurs, then by woolly mammoths and finally by our own hairy ancestors. This book, aimed at the curious and intelligent but perhaps mildly uninformed reader, brilliantly dispels such lingering notions forever. At the end of the book we understand the complexity of the history of life on earth, and the complexity of how it has come to be understood, as, perhaps, from no other single volume. The result is enthralling.

American Dinosaur Abroad - A Cultural History of Carnegie's Plaster Diplodocus (Hardcover): Ilja Nieuwland American Dinosaur Abroad - A Cultural History of Carnegie's Plaster Diplodocus (Hardcover)
Ilja Nieuwland
R714 R512 Discovery Miles 5 120 Save R202 (28%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Explores the largely untold history of Andrew Carnegie's prized skeleton through the dissemination, reception, and agency of his plaster casts in Europe and Argentina-dynamic objects that reveal much about the social, political, cultural, and scientific context of the early twentieth century.

The World of Dinosaurs - An Illustrated Tour (Hardcover): Mark A. Norell The World of Dinosaurs - An Illustrated Tour (Hardcover)
Mark A. Norell
R656 R497 Discovery Miles 4 970 Save R159 (24%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Dinosaurs have held sway over our imaginations since the discovery of their bones first shocked the world in the nineteenth century. From the monstrous beasts stalking Jurassic Park to the curiosities of the natural history museum, dinosaurs are creatures that unite young and old in awestruck wonder. Digging ever deeper into dinosaurs' ancient past, science continues to unearth new knowledge about them and the world they inhabited, a fantastic time when the footprints of these behemoths marked the Earth that we humans now walk. Who better to guide us through this ancient world than paleontologist Mark A. Norell? A world-renowned expert in paleontology, with a knowledge of dinosaurs as deep as the buried fossils they left behind, Norell is in charge of what is perhaps America's most popular collection of dinosaur bones and fossils, the beloved displays at the American Museum of Natural History in New York. In The World of Dinosaurs, he leads readers through a richly illustrated collection detailing the evolution of these ancient creatures. From the horns of the Protoceratops to the wings of the Archaeopteryx, readers are invited to explore profiles of dinosaurs along with hundreds of color photographs, sketches, maps, and other materials--all rooted in the latest scientific discoveries--sure to both capture the imagination and satisfy a prehistoric curiosity. The World of Dinosaurs presents an astonishing collection of knowledge in an immersive visual journey that will fascinate any fan of Earth's ancient inhabitants.

Fossils - The Story of Life (Paperback): Sue Rigby Fossils - The Story of Life (Paperback)
Sue Rigby
R154 R139 Discovery Miles 1 390 Save R15 (10%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

This book focuses on British fossils and the story of life on our islands, including details of the great fossil collections of Britain.

The Walking Whales - From Land to Water in Eight Million Years (Paperback): J. G. M. "Hans" Thewissen The Walking Whales - From Land to Water in Eight Million Years (Paperback)
J. G. M. "Hans" Thewissen
R640 R426 Discovery Miles 4 260 Save R214 (33%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Hans Thewissen, a leading researcher in the field of whale paleontology and anatomy, gives a sweeping first-person account of the discoveries that brought to light the early fossil record of whales. As evidenced in the record, whales evolved from herbivorous forest-dwelling ancestors that resembled tiny deer to carnivorous monsters stalking lakes and rivers and to serpentlike denizens of the coast. Thewissen reports on his discoveries in the wilds of India and Pakistan, weaving a narrative that reveals the day-to-day adventures of fossil collection, enriching it with local flavors from South Asian culture and society. The reader senses the excitement of the digs as well as the rigors faced by scientific researchers, for whom each new insight gives rise to even more questions, and for whom at times the logistics of just staying alive may trump all science. In his search for an understanding of how modern whales live their lives, Thewissen also journeys to Japan and Alaska to study whales and wild dolphins. He finds answers to his questions about fossils by studying the anatomy of otters and porpoises and examining whale embryos under the microscope. In the book's final chapter, Thewissen argues for approaching whale evolution with the most powerful tools we have and for combining all the fields of science in pursuit of knowledge.

King of the Dinosaur Hunters - The Life of John Bell Hatcher and the Discoveries that Shaped Paleontology (Hardcover): Lowell... King of the Dinosaur Hunters - The Life of John Bell Hatcher and the Discoveries that Shaped Paleontology (Hardcover)
Lowell Dingus
R483 R453 Discovery Miles 4 530 Save R30 (6%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days
The Rise and Fall of the Dinosaurs - A New History of a Lost World (Hardcover): Steve Brusatte The Rise and Fall of the Dinosaurs - A New History of a Lost World (Hardcover)
Steve Brusatte
R559 R414 Discovery Miles 4 140 Save R145 (26%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
Trilobite! (Paperback, New Ed): Richard A. Fortey Trilobite! (Paperback, New Ed)
Richard A. Fortey 3
R257 R178 Discovery Miles 1 780 Save R79 (31%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Trilobite! is an unashamedly trilobito-centric view of the world unravelling the history of the exotic, crustacean-like animals which dominated the seas for three hundred million years. These arthropods witnessed continents move, mountain chains elevated and eroded; they survived ice ages and volcanic eruptions, evolving and adapting exquisitely to their environment. They watched through their crystal eyes whilst life evolved. Their own evolution calibrated geological time itself.

Structured like a detective story, this is a light, but highly informative account of the wonders of scientific discovery.

When Dinosaurs Roamed New Jersey (Paperback, illustrated Edition): William Gallagher When Dinosaurs Roamed New Jersey (Paperback, illustrated Edition)
William Gallagher
R391 R312 Discovery Miles 3 120 Save R79 (20%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

"Ever since the beginnings of paleontology in America, New Jersey has been 'the place' and William Gallagher--who terrorized his South Jersey mother by traipsing home with green mud, marl, and fossils--is the ideal guide to the wonderful dinosaurs and other fossils of the region. High school and college students, their teachers, interested general readers and professional paleontologists will all enjoy this book "-Earle E. Spamer, The Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia "Citizens of New Jersey have needed this book for a long time . . . . William Gallagher shows all New Jerseyans why they can be proud of their state's role in dinosaur paleontology and in science as a whole."-David Parris, curator of natural history, New Jersey State Museum "A very enjoyable read--and an ambitious work that not only deals with dinosaurs of the New Jersey region, but much more besides. The hard-core dinosaur crowd will certainly want it, no matter where they live."-Louis Jacobs, author of Lone Star Dinosaurs and Quest for the African Dinosaurs "An impressive historical account of the search for dinosaur fossils in New Jersey . . . a fascinating account of prehistoric New Jersey when dinosaurs and other extinct creatures roamed its environs. It has great historical and scientific value."-Richard K. Olsson, professor of geological sciences, Rutgers University Did you know that Benjamin Franklin examined the first dinosaur bone in America from Woodbury, Gloucester County, in 1787--decades before the word dinosaur was even coined? Or that when the first reasonably complete dinosaur skeleton in the world was unearthed in Haddonfield, Camden County, in 1858, it was a major scientific breakthrough which forced paleontologists to completely revise their picture of dinosaur anatomy? Few people know that New Jersey is the nursery of American vertebrate paleontology When Dinosaurs Roamed New Jersey provides a succinct and readable history of the geology and paleontology of New Jersey from the time the region was covered by Cambrian seas 543 million years ago to the Pleistocene Ice Age only 10 to 15,000 years ago. William Gallagher tells the stories of professional and amateur fossil hunters, their discoveries, and their impact on the history of paleontological thought. He points out places in New Jersey and nearby where specimens characteristic of each era can be found. He shows how fossil evidence discovered in the state is helping paleontologists reconstruct the ecological interactions and behavior of dinosaurs, and discusses such continuing scientific controversies as the reason for the extinction of the dinosaurs. From tracking dinosaur footprints across the Newark basin, to digging for the last dinosaurs in the greensands of South Jersey, to finding a mushroom in ancient amber in East Brunswick, this book is the ideal introduction to the Garden State's fossils and prehistory. Dr. William B. Gallagher is the registrar of natural history at the New Jersey State Museum and a visiting lecturer in dinosaur paleontology at Rutgers University.

Rates of Evolution - A Quantitative Synthesis (Hardcover): Philip D. Gingerich Rates of Evolution - A Quantitative Synthesis (Hardcover)
Philip D. Gingerich
R1,456 R1,358 Discovery Miles 13 580 Save R98 (7%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

How fast is evolution, and why does it matter? The rate of evolution, and whether it is gradual or punctuated, is a hotly debated topic among biologists and paleontologists. This book compiles and compares examples of evolution from laboratory, field, and fossil record studies, analyzing them to extract their underlying rates. It concludes that while change is slow when averaged over many generations, on a generation-to-generation time scale, evolution is rapid. Chapters cover the history of evolutionary studies, from Lamarck and Darwin in the nineteenth century to the present day. An overview of the statistics of variation, dynamics of random walks, processes of natural selection and random drift, and effects of scale and time averaging are also provided, along with methods for the analysis of evolutionary time series. Containing case studies and worked examples, this book is ideal for advanced students and researchers in paleontology, biology, and anthropology.

The Dinosaur Artist (Hardcover): Paige Williams The Dinosaur Artist (Hardcover)
Paige Williams
R508 R374 Discovery Miles 3 740 Save R134 (26%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

In this 2018 New York Times Notable Book, Paige Williams "does for fossils what Susan Orlean did for orchids" (Book Riot) in her account of one Florida man's attempt to sell a dinosaur skeleton from Mongolia--a story "steeped in natural history, human nature, commerce, crime, science, and politics" (Rebecca Skloot). In 2012, a New York auction catalogue boasted an unusual offering: "a superb Tyrannosaurus skeleton." In fact, Lot 49135 consisted of a nearly complete T. bataar, a close cousin to the most famous animal that ever lived. The fossils now on display in a Manhattan event space had been unearthed in Mongolia, more than 6,000 miles away. At eight-feet high and 24 feet long, the specimen was spectacular, and when the gavel sounded the winning bid was over $1 million. Eric Prokopi, a thirty-eight-year-old Floridian, was the man who had brought this extraordinary skeleton to market. A onetime swimmer who spent his teenage years diving for shark teeth, Prokopi's singular obsession with fossils fueled a thriving business hunting, preparing, and selling specimens, to clients ranging from natural history museums to avid private collectors like actor Leonardo DiCaprio. But there was a problem. This time, facing financial strain, had Prokopi gone too far? As the T. bataar went to auction, a network of paleontologists alerted the government of Mongolia to the eye-catching lot. As an international custody battle ensued, Prokopi watched as his own world unraveled. In the tradition of The Orchid Thief, The Dinosaur Artist is a stunning work of narrative journalism about humans' relationship with natural history and a seemingly intractable conflict between science and commerce. A story that stretches from Florida's Land O' Lakes to the Gobi Desert, The Dinosaur Artist illuminates the history of fossil collecting--a murky, sometimes risky business, populated by eccentrics and obsessives, where the lines between poacher and hunter, collector and smuggler, enthusiast and opportunist, can easily blur. In her first book, Paige Williams has given readers an irresistible story that spans continents, cultures, and millennia as she examines the question of who, ultimately, owns the past.

Crinoids - Fossil Focus Guide (Pamphlet): Mark Woods Crinoids - Fossil Focus Guide (Pamphlet)
Mark Woods; Illustrated by R. Bell
R65 Discovery Miles 650 Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

An illustrated guide to introduction to major fossil groups.

End of the Megafauna - The Fate of the World's Hugest, Fiercest, and Strangest Animals (Hardcover): Ross D.E. MacPhee End of the Megafauna - The Fate of the World's Hugest, Fiercest, and Strangest Animals (Hardcover)
Ross D.E. MacPhee; Illustrated by Peter Schouten
R667 R494 Discovery Miles 4 940 Save R173 (26%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Until a few thousand years ago, creatures-"megafauna"-that could have been from a sci-fi thriller roamed the earth. With a handful of exceptions, all are now gone. Ross MacPhee explores the question of what caused the disappearance of these prehistoric behemoths, examining the extinction theories, weighing the evidence and presenting his conclusions. He comments on how past extinctions can shed light on future losses and on the possibility of bringing back extinct species through genetic engineering. Gorgeous four-colour illustrations bring these megabeasts back to life in vivid detail.

Europe - A Natural History (Hardcover): Tim Flannery Europe - A Natural History (Hardcover)
Tim Flannery 1
R480 R368 Discovery Miles 3 680 Save R112 (23%) Shipped within 4 - 8 working days

A place of exceptional diversity, rapid change, and high energy, Europe has literally been at the crossroads of the world ever since the interaction of Asia, North America and Africa formed the tropical island archipelago that would become the continent of today. In this unprecedented evolutionary history, Tim Flannery shows how for the past 100 million years Europe has absorbed wave after wave of immigrant species; taking them in, transforming them, and sometimes hybridising them. Flannery reveals how, in addition to playing a vital role in the evolution of our own species, Europe was once the site of the formation of the first coral reefs, the home of some of the world's largest elephants, and now has more wolves than North America. This groundbreaking book charts the history of the land itself and the forces shaping life on it - including modern humans - to create a portrait of a continent that continues to exert a huge influence on the world today.

Ammonites - Fossil Focus Guide (Pamphlet): Beris M. Cox Ammonites - Fossil Focus Guide (Pamphlet)
Beris M. Cox
R65 Discovery Miles 650 Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

An illustrated guide to introduction to major fossil groups.

Belemnites: Belemnites (Pamphlet): Beris M. Cox, Peter Doyle Belemnites: Belemnites (Pamphlet)
Beris M. Cox, Peter Doyle
R65 Discovery Miles 650 Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

An illustrated guide to introduction to major fossil groups.

Ordovician rhynchonelliformean brachiopods from Co. Waterford, SE Ireland - Palaeobiogeography of the Leinster Terrane... Ordovician rhynchonelliformean brachiopods from Co. Waterford, SE Ireland - Palaeobiogeography of the Leinster Terrane (Paperback)
Maria Liljeroth, David A.T. Harper, Hilary Carlisle, Arne T. Nielsen
R1,075 R775 Discovery Miles 7 750 Save R300 (28%) Shipped within 7 - 13 working days
Fossils - The Key to the Past (Paperback, 4th New edition): Richard A. Fortey Fossils - The Key to the Past (Paperback, 4th New edition)
Richard A. Fortey
R378 R273 Discovery Miles 2 730 Save R105 (28%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Fossils: The Key to the Past is a comprehensive guide to the study and meaning of fossils. This new paperback edition has been fully revised and updated, reflecting advances in our understanding of the fossil record and the significance of new fossil finds. Palaeontologist Richard Fortey explains in accessible language what fossils are, how they form and how to identify them, and how they help us to understand Earth's geological past and the emergence of life.Drawing on all the latest research, including molecular palaeontology, he discusses evolution and extinction, the economic uses of fossils, such as oil and coal, as well as offering practical advice for making a fossil collection. Extensively illustrated in full colour throughout, with photographs from the collections at the Natural History Museum, Fossils: The Key to the Past will appealto all those with an interest in the history of life itself.

Discovering the Mammoth - A Tale of Giants, Unicorns, Ivory, and the Birth of a New Science (Paperback): John J McKay Discovering the Mammoth - A Tale of Giants, Unicorns, Ivory, and the Birth of a New Science (Paperback)
John J McKay
R307 R232 Discovery Miles 2 320 Save R75 (24%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
Dinosaurs - A Concise Natural History (Paperback, 3rd Revised edition): David E. Fastovsky, David B. Weishampel Dinosaurs - A Concise Natural History (Paperback, 3rd Revised edition)
David E. Fastovsky, David B. Weishampel; Illustrated by John Sibbick
R1,226 R1,039 Discovery Miles 10 390 Save R187 (15%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

The ideal textbook for non-science majors, this lively and engaging introduction encourages students to ask questions, assess data critically and think like a scientist. Building on the success of the previous editions, Dinosaurs has been reorganised and extensively rewritten in response to instructor and student feedback. It continues to make science accessible and relevant through its clear explanations and extensive illustrations. Updated to reflect recent fossil discoveries and to include new taxa, the text guides students through the dinosaur groups, emphasising scientific concepts rather than presenting endless facts. It is grounded in the common language of modern evolutionary biology - phylogenetic systematics - so that students examine dinosaurs as professional paleontologists do. The key emerging theme of feathered dinosaurs, and the many implications of feathers, have been integrated throughout the book, highlighted by the inclusion of stunning new photographs in this beautifully illustrated text, now in full colour throughout.

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