251 pages , Tate Publishing , 2009-12-01 Dr. Noah Crawford, a former NASA scientist, discovers that what he thought was a new form of energy is actually a portal to the spiritual realm. He, his employees, and his family find themselves on a collision course with the devil as they join the unknown land of angels and their demonic adversaries.
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World Wide Views on Global Warming: A global project initiated by The Danish Board of Technology on the occasion of the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP15) held in Copenhagen December 2009.
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