MANYWORLDS IE BOOKSTORE OFFLINE
Posted on September 12, 2010
Until further notice, the IE (Ireland, UK, Europe) shipping center of the Bookstore has been taken down. Orders to the US/Canada/Mexico portion of ManyWorlds will continue as before with no change in shipping rates.
Because of the discontinuance of surface shipping from the US to Europe and the UK, orders from outside the US/Canada/Mexico will incur extra (read: excessive) shipping charges. We recommend checking your regional instance of Amazon and other sellers if you are ordering from Ireland, Europe or the UK. p>
We regret having been forced to discontinue ManyWorlds IE, but we no longer have an agent there to process the orders. p>
NEW NOVEL RELEASED
Posted on May 24, 2010
Migration is released as a May, 2010, Baen Books hardback. A generation ship departs from a curiously pluralistic post-calamity world to found a new, idealistic culture elsewhere, and a former traveling illusionist becomes the key player in finding a lost robot that has discovered religion. Click here for further details, including background and sample excerpts.
Printable JPH Bibliography
Posted on March 26, 2010
A summary of all published JPH work has been added as a printable pdf document downloadable from a permanent link on the Bibliography page. Or access directly by clicking here. Provides a reference all in one place that will identify everything that has appeared in print and electronic format, where, and when.
MANYWORLDS ORDERING PAGE REINSTATED
Posted on January 20, 2010
The "ManyWorlds" page is finally up again for mail or electronic ordering of JPH titles direct from the site. To browse what's available, go to "Bookstore" from the menu bar at the side of the page, select "JPH Titles," and click on any edition showing a ManyWorlds link. Or go directly to the page by clicking here. Some interesting additions expected during the months ahead.
LATEST BOOKS FROM JPH
The Minervan Experiment -- A single-book edition of the first three novels in the "Giants" series.
Migration -- After Earth's first attempt at a technological civilization was destroyed in a global conflict, the new culture that emerges sets out to build a new world elsewhere, where the influences of the old order cannot reach. But human nature has a way of asserting itself wherever humans exist
Moon Flower -- A peculiarity of quantum mechanics and strange alien botany give prospects for a better future on Earth.
The Two Worlds -- Single-volume reissue of the third and fouth novels in the Giants series.
Echoes of an Alien Sky -- Colonists from another world are already making homes on Earth, while scientists and archeologists reconstruct the story of the extinct race that once inhabited it
The Two Moons -- Single-volume reissue of the first two novels in the Giants series.
Catastrophes, Chaos & Convolutions -- Third collection of short fiction, nonfiction essays, biographical anecdotes, and other oddments.
Kicking The Sacred Cow -- A Collection of nonfiction essays questioning scientific issues that I believe have become dogmatized, where institutionalized science rejects or ignores evidence inconvenient to preconceptions and established theory.
LATEST HERETICS BOOKS
Debunking 9/11 Debunking -- By David Ray Griffin -- There are no "conspiracy theories"--just theories, that should be judged on their merits
The Hockey Stick Illusion -- By Andrew W. Montford -- Climategate and the Corruption of Science
Global Warming False Alarm -- By Ralph Alexander -- The Bad Science Behind the United Nations' Assertion that Man-made CO2 Causes Global Warming
The Real Global Warming Disaster -- By Christopher Booker -- Is the Obsession with "Climate Change" Turning Out to Be the Most Costly Scientific Blunder in History?
Heaven and Earth -- By Ian Plimer -- Global Warming, the Missing Science
Nuclear Energy in the 21st Century -- By Ian Hore-Lacy -- An authoritative primer on all aspects of nuclear energy and its role in the 21st century
A Case for Nuclear-Generated Electricity -- By Scott W. Heaberlin -- Why nuclear power is "Cool"
Power to Save the World -- By Gwyneth Cravens -- Reappraisal of nuclear energy by a former antinuclear activist
"Readability" April 10, 2010
Junk-Stripper That Plugs Into Your Browser
Issue 59 July 13, 2010 -- James P. Hogan Dies at Age 69.
Issue 58 June 22, 2010 -- European shipping for site Bookstore
Issue 57 May 24, 2010 -- New novel released; reissues of Code of Lifemaker and sequel; Bug Park review; electric comets; Bulletin Board posts; Heretics books; hard labor on the Farm
Issue 56 January 12, 2010 -- Bookstore, Bulletin Board, Heretics Catalog, New Projects