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This book deals with the topic of observation selection effects. However, it is an unusual book on that topic. The book is crammed with popular physics. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Tim Tyler
Great book for scientists, and useful for those who are promoting the concept of a Creator GodPublished 6 months ago by Richard L. Lewis
Our society suffers today from a lack of scientific education. I worked on climate-change issues for several years, and it became clearer and clearer to me that Americans today... Read morePublished on July 3, 2012 by Saqib Rahim
This book is really good but it is for people with some science background or it might go over your head. Read morePublished on April 23, 2012 by Mr Baccarat
This book contains a great many ways at looking at the problem.
The funny thing is every school child understands the world is created and did not just come together by... Read more
I wonder if there really could be another Sid Vogel, just like me, same height, same (over) weight, same wonderful wife and kids, and the same sense of inability to write a review... Read morePublished on September 5, 2011 by W. Sid Vogel
I happened to read Paul Davies' Cosmic Jackpot a short time after having read John Gribbin's The Universe: A Biography. The contrast was strikingly effective. Read morePublished on July 16, 2011 by Canary in a cold mind
The writer who calls himself "Paul" Davies is not a scientist. He's religious.
Mr. Davies got a 500,000 dollar grant from the Templestone Foundation for his research on... Read more
When I was halfway through Cosmic Jackpot, I was sure that I would give it a five-star rave review. The first part IS superb; it explains for the non-specialist in lucid language... Read morePublished on March 17, 2011 by Ralph Adam Fine