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Interesting book for my collections; but "Cross Currents" by: RO Becker MD is far superior
for details on his life cell studies and far more concise & medically... Read more
The beginning of this book is filled with exaggerations and half truths. It talks about what would happen in a blackout. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Scott Currier
Mixed feelings for this one. On one hand, the history is accurate and interesting, and Mr. Bodanis does a great job with insights and back stories about the people behind... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Moe Rubenzahl
Sitting in my engineering classes, I often wonder about the lives of Faraday, Watson and Hertz to name a few of the contributors to our modern way of life. Read morePublished 17 months ago by William E Lambert
I saw a picture of his face on the inside jacket and thought he looked smug enough, but I thought I would give him a chance. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Silent river
Exhilarating whirlwind bird's eye view of the beginning of electricity all the way to the computer. Bird's eye view, yes but here and there D.B swoops down for a close up view.Published 23 months ago by Gabba
This is more of a history and philosophy book than a science book. It's immensely enjoyable and readable, one of the very few books I've read cover to cover in a single sitting. Read morePublished on January 30, 2014 by C. Watson