Books of 2020 #20
The Conquering Family by Thomas B. Costain
Exercise changes the epigenetics of male sperm. Evidence suggests these changes can be passed into offspring and positively effect brain development and cognition. Links to real articles in this blog post.
Submitted July 06, 2020 at 05:47PM by thekiityman
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Ooh, City of Beasts by Isabel Allende is a good one.
The Count of Monte Cristo is a classic.
Life of Pi
Definitely the Hobbit and Lord of the Ring Series
Harry Potter series is fun and super quick reads
Earthsea by Ursula Le Guin
Phoenix on the Sword by Robert Howard
Stardust by Neil Gaiman
Please if anyone has more recs send them in!
july 7th, 2020
2020 quarantine challenge - week 2 : tuesday
q: take a picture of the book you’re currently reading
- ok but actually i dont read. however im taking up reading as my new hobby at the moment!! also do recommend me some good books / apps for reading as im kinda new to this 😌 i was reading another book last month but the words are too deep too understand and i dont get the storyline at all. so i changed to a simpler storybook and followed the advice given by @jessicastudiesx (thank you!!) , that is to search up the meaning for words i dont understand! i hope i’ll be able to finish this book by the end of this month. i will be reading 2 chapters everyday (or at least try to) ! do drop some advice or anything i would appreciate it a lot ♥️
The majority of COVID-19 infections may be attributable to silent transmission from presymptomatic and asymptomatic cases. Symptom-based isolation must be supplemented by rapid contact tracing and testing that identifies asymptomatic and presymptomatic cases, to safely lift current restrictions.
Submitted July 06, 2020 at 04:55PM by mvea
Oh man, basically all of John Mark Comer’s books. My number one is Garden City. I’d say this one changed me the most.
Also Reappearing Church by Mark Sayers
And Emotionally Healthy Spirituality by Peter Scazzero
I’ve also heard recommendations for Desiring God by John Piper but I haven’t read it.
Sorry about the coffee stain.
Let’s start off this week with some happy books (considering my last post was about emotional rollercoasters😅). I’m currently reading Happily Ever After by Kiera Cass – it’s the short story companion to the Selection series, and I’m loving it so far! It’s so nice to go back to the Selection world with some of my favorite characters (*cough cough* Maxon😍❤️). And after finishing History Is All You Left Me, I was in serious need of a pick-me-up, and this is doing just the trick!
📚So, what book(s) made you smile the biggest? You know, the ones you couldn’t stop thinking about after finishing them, the ones that leave a dorky, giddy smile on your face, the ones that just stole a piece of your heart. All the books in this pic (plus a bunch of others!) did that for me💕
Paleontologists uncovered a 237-million-year-old skeleton of a tiny reptile in the group Ornithodira, the last common ancestor of dinosaurs and pterosaurs. The species suggests a miniaturization event across in group’s evolutionary lineage.
Submitted July 06, 2020 at 12:24PM by CyborgTomHanks
40 years of demographics data shows that bear populations are increasing, but young bears face 7.5x higher mortality rate in human dominated areas. To keep the population up, authors suggest humans need to develop a “social tolerance for predators.” (n = 2,669 grizzly bears)
Submitted July 06, 2020 at 02:08PM by IronGiantisreal
Stages and phases