Turn Left at The End of The World (2004)

House At The End Of The Street (2012) [Reuploaded]  

Posted by TinyBear at March 7, 2013
House At The End Of The Street (2012) [Reuploaded]

House At The End Of The Street (2012)
BRRip 480p - TinyBearDs | MKV | 848 x 354 | x264 600kbps 23.976fps | HE-AACv2 64kbps 2CH
Language: English | Subtitle: English/Spanish Included | 1h 41mn | 480.14MB | 3% Recovery
Genre: Horror | Thriller | 1 nomination.

Newly divorced Sarah and her daughter Elissa find the house of their dreams in a small, upscale, rural town. But when startling and unexplainable events begin to happen, Sarah and Elissa learn the town is in the shadows of a chilling secret.
The Particle at the End of the Universe: How the Hunt for the Higgs Boson Leads Us to the Edge of a New World

The Particle at the End of the Universe: How the Hunt for the Higgs Boson Leads Us to the Edge of a New World by Sean Carroll
2012 | ISBN: 0525953590 | English | 352 pages | EPUB | 3 MB
A Guide to the End of the World: Everything You Never Wanted to Know

Bill McGuire "A Guide to the End of the World: Everything You Never Wanted to Know"
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA 2004 | 216 Pages | ISBN: 0192804529 | PDF | 6.8 MB

Menu on earth will come to an end. It's just a matter of when. A Guide to the End of the World focuses on the many potential catastrophes facing our planet and our species in the future, and looks at both the probability of these events happening and our chances of survival…
Andrew M. Greeley - Religion in Europe at the End of the Second Millenium: A Sociological Profile [Repost]

Andrew M. Greeley - Religion in Europe at the End of the Second Millenium: A Sociological Profile
2002 | ISBN: 0765801310 | English | 269 pages | PDF | 11.7 MB

House at the End of the Street (2012)  Video

Posted by fekmax at Dec. 15, 2013
House at the End of the Street (2012)

House at the End of the Street (2012)
English | BDRip | MP4 | AVC, 795 Kbps | 1280x536 | 23.976 fps | 651 MB
Audio: AAC, 96.0 Kbps | 2 channels | 48.0 KHz | Runtime: 01:41:46 minutes
Genre: Horror | Thriller

Newly divorced Sarah and her daughter Elissa find the house of their dreams in a small, upscale, rural town. But when startling and unexplainable events begin to happen, Sarah and Elissa learn the town is in the shadows of a chilling secret.
The River at the Centre of the World: A Journey Up the Yangtze, and Back in Chinese Time

Simon Winchester - The River at the Centre of the World: A Journey Up the Yangtze, and Back in Chinese Time
Published: 1998-02-26 | ISBN: 0670863181, 0140249125 | EPUB + MOBI | 448 pages | 4 MB

The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman [REPOST]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by futon2009 at Sept. 11, 2013
The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman [REPOST]

The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman [REPOST]
William Morrow | 2013 | ISBN: 0062255657 | 192 pages | EPUB | 3 MB

An Amazon Best Book of the Month, June 2013: Neil Gaiman's intent was simple: to write a short story. What he ended up with instead was The Ocean at the of the Lane–his first adult novel since Anansi Boys came out in 2005, and a narrative so thoughtful and thrilling that it's as difficult to stop reading as it was for Gaiman to stop writing.

House at the End of the Street (2012)  Video

Posted by fekmax at Aug. 2, 2013
House at the End of the Street (2012)

House at the End of the Street (2012)
English | BDRip | MP4 | MPEG4 Video (H264) 2152 kbps | 1920x800 | 23.98 fps | 1.60 GB
Audio: AAC, 95 kbps | Stereo | 48000 Hz | Runtime: 01:41:46 minutes
Genre: Horror | Thriller

Newly divorced Sarah and her daughter Elissa find the house of their dreams in a small, upscale, rural town. But when startling and unexplainable events begin to happen, Sarah and Elissa learn the town is in the shadows of a chilling secret.
The Uncomfortable Truth About our Oceans: The End of the Line (2009)

The Uncomfortable Truth About our Oceans: The End of the Line (2009)
aka Die unbequeme Wahrheit uber unsere Ozeane (2009)
Full BluRay | 1920x1080 | MPEG-4 AVC @ 35.0 Mb/s | 01:25:50 | 20.56 GB
Audio: #1 German DTS-HD MA 7.1 @ 2814 kb/s; #2 English DTS-HD MA 5.1 @ 2503 Kb/s | Subs: German
Genre: Documentary

As the world's demand for fish and other seafood increases and the technology available to commercial fisherman becomes more sophisticated, the annual harvest from global seaports has grown tremendously in recent years. However, the rise of industrialized fishing has not come without consequences, and many environmentalists and oceanographers believe that the current demand for fish and the methods used to fulfill it are taking an irreparable toll on the world's oceans, with some speculating that the seas could be literally fished-out by 2048 if current trends do not change. Filmmaker Rupert Murray offers an in-depth look at the crisis in the world's oceans in the documentary End of the Line, in which experts discuss some of the key factors behind the looming shortage - increased demand for endangered species, irresponsible methods employed by major fishing lines, lax enforcement of current regulations - and what can be done to head off the famine before it's too late.
Domestic Allegories of Political Desire: The Black Heroine's Text at the Turn of the Century

Claudia Tate "Domestic Allegories of Political Desire: The Black Heroine's Text at the Turn of the Century"
Oxford University Press, USA | 1993-01-07 | ISBN: 0195073894 | Pages: 312 | PDF | 18.8 MB

Why did African-American women novelists use idealized stories of bourgeois courtship and marriage to mount arguments on social reform during the last decade of the nineteenth century, during a time when resurgent racism conditioned the lives of all black Americans? Such stories now seem like apolitical fantasies to contemporary readers. This is the question at the center of Tate's examination of the novels of Pauline Hopkins, Emma Kelley, Amelia Johnson, Katherine Tillman, and Frances Harper. Domestic Allegories of Political Desire is more than a literary study; it is also a social and intellectual history–a cultural critique of a period that historian Rayford W. Logan called "the Dark Ages of recent American history." Against a rich contextual framework, extending from abolitionist protest to the Black Aesthetic, Tate argues that the idealized marriage plot in these novels does not merely depict the heroine's happiness and economic prosperity. More importantly, that plot encodes a resonant cultural narrative–a domestic allegory–about the political ambitions of an emancipated people. Once this domestic allegory of political desire is unmasked in these novels, it can be seen as a significant discourse of the post-Reconstruction era for representing African-Americans' collective dreams about freedom and for reconstructing those contested dreams into consummations of civil liberty.