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How important was Galileo to science? In our culture, the most important. Read and understand.Published 4 days ago by Cheryl Hospodar-Bishop
This was a fascinating read. The interplay of science, religion, metaphysics and spirituality was mesmerizing. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Bob
I really expected to like this book, since Kim Stanley Robinson is a skillful and well respected writer. Instead I found it practically unreadable. Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. Kofoed
A good read though the pace slows down to a crawl at time. Good use of vocabulary, I had to google a few words and concepts (a good thing for the imaginative reader).Published 1 month ago by Matt
This a biographical/historical-science time travel with a lot of easy to understand physics and philosophy and theology book. It is pethaps the best sci-fi book I've ever read!Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
This book is beyond awesome! You need to read this if you have any drop of humanity in your blood!Published 1 month ago by K. Peterson
History, maths, philosophy, art, science, religion, life. Totally surprising, but in the end, a vision forward and backward and inward that seems totally, consistently true.Published 1 month ago by M. Hettinger