Superhuman

Superhuman
Author: Rowan Hooper
Publsiher: Simon & Schuster
Total Pages: 352
Release: 2019-09-17
Genre: Science
ISBN: 9781501168734

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From evolutionary biologist Rowan Hooper, an awe-inspiring look into the extremes of human ability—and what they tell us about our own potential—“an intriguing…look at some of the things that make us human—and more” (Kirkus Reviews). In 1997, an endurance runner named Yiannis Kouros ran 188 miles in twenty-four hours. Akira Haraguchi can recite pi to the 100,000th decimal point. John Nunn was accepted to Oxford University at age fifteen. After a horrific attack by her estranged husband, Carmen Tarleton was left with burns to more than eighty percent of her body. After a three-month coma, multiple skin grafts, and successful face transplant, Tarleton is now a motivational speaker. What does it feel like to be exceptional? And what does it take to get there? Why can some people achieve greatness when others can’t, no matter how hard they try? Just how much potential does our species have? Evolutionary biologist Rowan Hooper has the answers. In Superhuman he takes us on a breathtaking tour of the peaks of human achievement that shows us what it feels like to be extraordinary—and what it takes to get there. Drawing on interviews with these “superhumans” and those who have studied them, Hooper assesses the science and genetics of peak potential. His case studies are as inspirational as they are varied, highlighting feats of endurance, strength, intelligence, and memory. Superhuman is “terrifically entertaining. Hooper is that precious thing; an easy, fluent, and funny scientist. The message from this upbeat, clever, feel good book is that we all have greater capacity than we realize. Spectacularly enjoyable” (The London Times), this is a fascinating, eye-opening, and inspiring celebration for anyone who ever felt that they might be able to do something extraordinary in life, for those who simply want to succeed, and for anyone interested in the sublime possibilities of humankind.

SUPERHUMAN

SUPERHUMAN
Author: Andrew Rozario
Publsiher: KDP AMAZON Self-Publish
Total Pages: 429
Release: 2021-06-21
Genre: Self-Help
ISBN: 9798501987586

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SUPERHUMAN BY DR. ANDREW ROZARIO is 60% spirituality, 20% psychology, 20% Ancient practices. This book is for those who are on their spiritual journey. SUPERHUMAN is a book of forgotten knowledge, a book of truth, a book of awareness. This book will help seekers understand their inside of who are we? Why are we here? What is our true purpose? This book will give you a deeper understanding of the illusion, a kind of illusion that puts us into the deepest prison of darkness. Dr. Andrew called this book SUPERHUMAN because we all were born with supernatural powers, a type of power that let us see beyond the dimensions, the power of the divine. Due to illusion, we forgot our true identity. The book SUPERHUMAN will give you all the information and tools that you need to recognize your true identity to regain your supernatural power to be that superhuman once again, who can create whatever he/she wishes, manifest whatever he/she desires. End of suffering, end of the illusion, and live the higher enlightened life like a divine self. [DO NOT BUY from HERE, ONLY AMAZON] or if Amazon is not available in your country then, buy from LULU.com link: https://www.lulu.com/en/us/shop/dr-andrew-rozario/superhuman-unlearn-and-relearn-to-unlock-your-sacred-divine-dormant-supernatural-energy/paperback/product-qqkpgj.html?page=1&pageSize=4 Table Of Content: PART 1. INTRODUCTION: I. Who am I?, II. Superpower, III. Why be Superhero?, IV. We are Four in One, V. Five Body & Five Elements. PART 2. ILLUSION/ MAYA: I. Know the Truth, II. Unlearn and Relearn, PART 3. SEVEN ENERGY POINTS: I. Chakras, II. Kundalini Shakti, III. Eye of the Truth, PART 4. FREQUENCY AND VIBRATION: I. Master the Frequency, II. Vibration, PART 5. BE THE MASTER: I. Power House, II. Higher Consciousness, III. Emotion, IV. Anger, V. Awakening Your Senses, VI. Yoga and Meditation, PART 6. SUPERHUMAN TOOLS: I. Power Tools, II. Power Rituals, PART 7. SUPERHUMAN FUEL: I. Food is Fuel, II. Super Fuel Diet, III. Superhuman’s Enemies, IV. Super Detox, PART 8. SUPERHUMAN: I. Why You?, II. Superhuman Common Purpose. ABOUT AUTHOR: Andrew Lin Rozario was born on 17th October 1993, also recognized as Dr. Andrew Rozario. Dr. Andrew is a professional psychiatrist based in The United States, Asia, and the Middle East. Dr. Andrew had achieved a Ph.D. in psychology in New York, the United States. Later, he has studied ancient ayurvedic medicine and nutrition in India. Dr. Andrew is the author of the book: ‘BE A WARRIOR NOT A WORRIER’. Dr. Andrew is also a mystic, spiritual teacher, spiritual healer, nutritionist, and entrepreneur. Available on Amazon Now!

Superhuman

Superhuman
Author: Lord Robert Winston,Lori Oliwenstein
Publsiher: Random House
Total Pages: 256
Release: 2013-05-31
Genre: Science
ISBN: 9781448141005

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Accompanying the major new BBC documentary series, Superhuman explores the human bodys astonishing ability to heal, renew and regenerate itself. In recording the before, during and after of radical operations on real people it introduces us to the pioneering efforts of medical teams and alerts us to the ethical issues that new medical advances raise. Over six chapters Superhuman addresses significant developments within six key medical areas: cancer, infection, transplantation, trauma, repair and reproduction. Acknowledging the debt modern physicians owe to yesterday Superhuman begins by investigating the human bodys innate abilities to heal itself. And, as we gladly launch ourselves into an age of biotechnology, it questions whether we might now use all the information available to us to comprehend finally how our bodies work? If we can achieve that, perhaps becoming superhuman is truly within our reach. Chapter one introduces us to the trauma surgeons who have discovered that the shock that follows trauma can prove beneficial in saving the body and the brain. Chapter two chronicles the astonishing technology now being used in medical transplants and the contentious issues these processes excite. Should technology continue to develop apace how are doctors and patients to choose between using an artificial limb created specifically for a patient, a human limb grown from the patients own genetic information, or the alternative solutions offered by the animal kingdom? And is intervention of true benefit to the patient if it requires a lifetime of immuno-suppressing drugs? The recent successes of the Human Genome Project have dissolved the boundaries of regeneration with made-to-order organs no longer beyond our limits. Chapter three presents the scientists responsible for engineering human tissue from materials found in the body and outlines how they might help us might claim our lost powers of regeneration. Chapter four relates how we are faring in the battle against the old enemy cancer and tells how experts in this field are trying to regain control of the cancer cells that turn against us. Chapter five explains how we strive to combat the threats we all face living in a modern world teeming with globetrotters who share one feature we're all potential contagion-carriers. Superhuman goes on to inform of the dangers of pushing too far to eradicate infectious disease from our lives completely. Chapter six spotlights an area of considerable debate that will possibly alter the course of human evolution fertility and genetic manipulation. Superhuman discusses both the advantages and the dangers of new technologies in this area, arguing that they have many positive applications and that often the hazards are overstated, solely through fear. In an attempt never to lose sight of our humanity while inviting the superhuman in us all to work, Superhuman encourages a holistic approach to medicine and an open forum for the discussion of the future of medical science.

Unashamedly Superhuman

Unashamedly Superhuman
Author: Jim Steele
Publsiher: John Wiley & Sons
Total Pages: 279
Release: 2022-10-31
Genre: Business & Economics
ISBN: 9781119828518

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Tap into pools of pure potential you didn’t even know you had In Unashamedly Superhuman: Harness Your Inner Power and Achieve Your Greatest Professional and Personal Goals, celebrated speaker, strategist, executive coach, and author Jim Steele delivers an incisive and eye-opening guide to unlocking the hidden wells of potential in each of us. Grounded in the latest neuroscience research and some of the best executive coaching techniques on the market today, the book shows you how to minimize distraction, eliminate unnecessary uncertainty and indecision, and reveal what you’re truly capable of. In the book, you’ll discover how to realize your wildest professional and personal goals by: Harnessing the power of flow to increase your productivity beyond what you thought possible Tap into mindfulness to uncover what your mind is really capable of Meaningfully challenge yourself – without creating intolerable frustration – by leading yourself and others on adventures An indispensable resource for executives, managers, and other business leaders, Unashamedly Superhuman is the can’t-miss guide to peak performance you’ve been waiting for.

Only Superhuman

Only Superhuman
Author: Christopher L. Bennett
Publsiher: Macmillan
Total Pages: 352
Release: 2012-10-16
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9781429960823

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2107 AD: A generation ago, Earth and the cislunar colonies banned genetic and cybernetic modifications. But out in the Asteroid Belt, anything goes. Dozens of flourishing space habitats are spawning exotic new societies and strange new varieties of humans. It's a volatile situation that threatens the peace and stability of the entire solar system. Emerald Blair is a Troubleshooter. Inspired by the classic superhero comics of the twentieth century, she's joined with other mods to try to police the unruly Asteroid Belt. But her loyalties are tested when she finds herself torn between rival factions of superhumans with very different agendas. Emerald wants to put her special abilities to good use, but what do you do when you can't tell the heroes from the villains? Only Superhuman is a rollicking hard-sf adventure set in a complex and fascinating future. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Superhuman Japan

Superhuman Japan
Author: Marie Thorsten
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 192
Release: 2012-03-15
Genre: Political Science
ISBN: 9781136446726

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This book examines the imaginative narratives that shaped the attitudes of Americans (and others) toward Japan. Focusing on cultural aspects of economic nationalism and US-Japan relations during the trade war Marie Thorsten uses examples from public discourse, film, documentaries, novels, acts of racism and comparison of international education assessments to examine the way in which Japan has been constituted in a global political gaze as an economic hegemon. In times of heightened rivalry, we often try to find superior "others" so that we can motivate ourselves against an imagined future of decline. During the Cold War, Americans and other nations in the West took advantage of being the underdog against the perceived superiority of the Soviet Union, especially by turning the Sputnik launch of 1957 into a lodestone for an educational renaissance. As postwar Japanese power became increasingly threatening, American policymakers again tried to fashion Japan into another "Sputnik" to motivate American people. This book explores 1980s "Bubble" Japan as a "Superhuman Other" in the consciousness of Americans, especially as reflected in popular culture and policy discourses. Making Japan into a Superhuman often resorted into the same stereotyping that invented Japan as a Subhuman. It was difficult for many to see that America, Japan and other nations were actually sharing the same global economic circumstances affecting attitudes toward knowledge and nation. This book will be of interest to students and scholars of Japanese politics, International Relations and Japanese culture and society.

Enter the SUPERHUMAN RACE 1 1

Enter the SUPERHUMAN RACE  1   1
Author: E.J. Perez
Publsiher: NEXTWORLD PRESS
Total Pages: 138
Release: 2018-07-19
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9182736450XXX

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In the future, the world is the same, yet different; Enter the Superhuman Race. Prepare yourself for the future. The next evolution of humans are here and they rule. The Superhuman Race is the begining of a series, one step in the future. Enter the Superhuman Race is the first book. It's a story of humanities struggle against a one world government with advancements in technology as the backdrop; including humans chipped, cloned and enhanced on physical abilities through natural or artificial means. A story that questions what happens when humanity reaches the threshold of technology in the future. Does humanity change for the better?

the SUPERHUMAN RACE Human Evolution is not Over

the SUPERHUMAN RACE  Human Evolution is not Over
Author: E.J. Perez
Publsiher: NEXTWORLD PRESS
Total Pages: 186
Release: 2020-05-02
Genre: Antiques & Collectibles
ISBN: 9182736450XXX

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IN THE FUTURE THE WORLD IS THE SAME; YET DIFFERENT There's a new drug trending the black market. It not only gives you a high, but gives you superhuman powers. The only thing wrong, is to most people its temporary. But temporary could last quite a while. Bad thing is, it's addicting and deadly. The human body was not made to be enhanced or become Superhuman as they're called. Jade and Nick Boaz, sister and brother are about to have their lives changed. Thomas Nightshade, government agent to the superior humanitarian group is looking for the Superhuman Rage who seems to be immune to the drug and has kept his enhanced powers intact. He's also left a devastating trail of bodies where ever he goes. Noah Santana, S.W.A.T. team leader is about to have his life altered All four are on a collision course with the Superhuman Race. And their lives will never be the same. The begining saga of the SUPERHUMAN RACE. A serial novella unlike any you've read before. Nothing you have ever read can prepare you for the SUPERHUMAN RACE. A world mixed with A.I., clones, cyborgs, chipped humans and the ability to enhance yourself. A serial novella that begins in the suburbs of Los Angeles and takes the reader to the streets of Mexico and than to the far side of the moon. Take one step into one possible future and into the heart of humanity. Brace yourself for a path today's world can enter if we're not careful. RATED KAA: The following book is RATED KAA for KICK-ASS ACTION. Reader beware of non-stop pulse pounding action and adventure.