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Adventures of a World-Traveling Scientist

Seventeen Amazing Stories of Exploration and Discovery

Stanley Randolf

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  • Paperback: 384 pages
  • Dimensions: 6.00" x 9.25"
  • ISBN: 9781934690932
  • Publication Date: 2018-05-10
  • Tasora Books

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Adventures of a World-Traveling Scientist

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From the South Pacific and African Savannas to the Amazon and mystical temples in India—from tigers in Sumatra, walkabouts “Down-under”—medinas in Morocco to cobblestones in old Prague, you will discover real-life adventure from true events. In the comfort of your armchair, you’ll get an authentic look at the reality of life in a variety of cultures where regular people solve problems and face challenges so different from our own. Get ready to explore mysterious events, exciting danger, and unusual discoveries.


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“This is the perfect book to drag into your man cave with a six-pack!”Joe Scott, marketing guy and V.P. of Scott & Associates


“It’s like I was right there! Good stories.”D. S., Real Estate Manager


“Intriguing stories about personal adventures. I especially liked the "Dreamtime" story, a wild-ride adventure into the Never-Never, an experience not many will get to have in their lifetime. “  —John Houlgate, Computer Tech. Professional


“I read quite a few books and Stanley’s true tales of traveling the world kept me reading for hours!”  S.J., Internet Marketer

Stanley Randolf

Stanley Randolf (pen name), M.Sc., a master biochemist, has traveled to over fifty countries and has been around the world fourteen times! He’s conducted seminars and given lectures worldwide explaining how probiotic science can treat disease, reduce pollution, and improve food production. Stan lives in the Minneapolis area with his wife and various family members including a dog, parrot, three reptiles and an aquarium filled with tropical fish from the Amazon River.

All of his stories are based on true experience. Stan has a Masters of Science degree in biochemistry from the University of Wisconsin and 26 U.S. patents for his inventions in the biochemistry field.