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A very interesting and comprehensive book for this difficult issue.I strongly recommend it for all who are interested reading books that increase their whole knowledge.Published 6 months ago by Panos
Its’ what you find along the way, could be more important than finding what your seeking. What have you scientists have found, so far. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Glen R. Bleak
Life on our planet arose nearly 4 billion years ago. But no one yet knows how the process began. What is known is that it followed all the processes of chemistry and physics. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Robert Williams
Dr. Hazen does it again! Presented here are possible answers to the question of where and how life began. Open minds will find much food for thought.Published 19 months ago by rdr80
I really liked this book - easily the best I have read on origin of life research. One gets a very clear picture of the practical science and also the theoretical underpinnings of... Read morePublished 21 months ago by David Baum
I would have liked a bit more scientific substance. There is a bit too much biography for my tast. Some like that sort of thing more than I do. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Mark LaJoie
Gen-e-sis by Robert Hazen had interesting sections scattered throughout, but was overall a painful read. My two biggest problems with the book are:
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An amazing survey of recent research into the `origin of life'.
Hazen overviews the various possible scenarios ( featuring geothermals, hydrothermals, clays, crystals,... Read more