Unacknowledged: An Exposé of the World’s Greatest Secret [Audiobook]

Unacknowledged: An Exposé of the World’s Greatest Secret [Audiobook]
Unacknowledged: An Exposé of the World’s Greatest Secret [Audiobook] by Steven M Greer MD, edited by Steve Alten, read by William Hughes
2017 | MP3@64 kbps + AZW3 + Companion PDF | 10 hrs 9 mins | 288.76MB

The biggest lie in history is about to be shattered.

UFOs are real. In late June of 1947, three extraterrestrial craft were downed outside Roswell Air Force Base. Many more followed, revealing dozens of ET species and a Rosetta Stone to a new physics, an energy generation and propulsion system responsible for interstellar space travel. This new system could have easily replaced oil, gas, coal, and nuclear plants - and with them, the entire geopolitical and economic order on our planet. But a cabal of bankers, the military-industrial complex, and Big Oil stopped it.

We have been lied to. And now, 70 years after Roswell, the witnesses to that lie have come forward to testify in a must-listen book that will shock the world.

The Animals Among Us: How Pets Make Us Human [Audiobook]

The Animals Among Us: How Pets Make Us Human [Audiobook]
The Animals Among Us: How Pets Make Us Human [Audiobook] by John Bradshaw, read by Graeme Malcolm
2017 | MP3@64 kbps + EPUB | 11 hrs 39 mins | 320.31MB

The best-selling author of Dog Sense and Cat Sense explains why living with animals has always been a fundamental aspect of being human

Pets have never been more popular. Over half of American households share their home with either a cat or a dog, and many contain both. This is a huge change from only a century ago, when the majority of domestic cats and dogs were working animals, keeping rodents at bay, guarding property, herding sheep. Nowadays, most are valued solely for the companionship they provide. As mankind becomes progressively more urban and detached from nature, we seem to be clinging to the animals that served us well in the past.

In The Animals Among Us, anthrozoologist John Bradshaw argues that pet-keeping is nothing less than an intrinsic part of human nature. An affinity for animals drove our evolution, and now, without animals around us, we risk losing an essential part of ourselves.

The Inner Life of Animals: Surprising Observations of a Hidden World [Audiobook]

The Inner Life of Animals: Surprising Observations of a Hidden World [Audiobook]
The Inner Life of Animals: Surprising Observations of a Hidden World [Audiobook] by Peter Wohlleben, read by Thomas Judd
2017 | MP3@64 kbps | 6 hrs 1 min | 168.26MB

Mother deer that grieve?
Horses that feel shame?
Squirrels that adopt their grandchildren?

We humans tend to assume that we are the only living things able to experience feelings intensely and consciously. But have you ever wondered what's going on in an animal's head?

From the leafy forest floor to the inside of a beehive, The Inner Life of Animals takes us from microscopic levels of observation to the big philosophical, ethical and scientific questions. We hear the stories of a grateful humpback whale, of a hedgehog who has nightmares and of a magpie who commits adultery; we meet bees that plan for the future, pigs who learn their own names and crows that go tobogganing for fun. And at last we find out why wasps exist.

As more and more researchers are discovering, animals experience a rich emotional life that is ready to be explored. The Inner Life of Animals will show you these living things in a new light and will open up the animal kingdom like never before.

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