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JUST A LOT OF GUESSING, PLUS: WRITTEN IN 1994; A LOT HAS BEEN DISCOVERED SINCE THEN.
Imagine someone trying to *guess* how your PC works inside--NOT POSSIBLE TO EVEN COME... Read more
A little bit dated but interesting to see how the greatest molecular biologist was astonished by NeurosciencePublished 1 month ago by Owen P Hamill
Lame attempt by Dr. Crick to obtain more funding for his research, the book leaves many questions unanswered and leaves the reader thinking "well, why did he have to write a... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Irvin C. Gavidor
Another book that delves into science and religion and it's interfaces.
But Crick does not analyze what he's trying to define. Read more
A very rational exploration of the mind but it has to be read in concert with a philosophical exploration of why we ask such questions.Published 15 months ago by Egidijus Jakulis
I was really looking forward to this book but what a letdown. Pompous, Nobel laureate professors need editors as much as anyone else. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Sinjin