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A great book explaining the extremes on earth and space by an excellent and very witty writer.Published 1 month ago by Andrew Loebelson
Excellent book for anyone who was interested in science as a child and had it slowly leached out of them by the public school system. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jeffrey Fink
Simply the best science book I've read in fifty years! Not only does Natalie Angier explain the mysteries and the mechanics of life and the universe, she has a knack of doing it in... Read morePublished 8 months ago by del schulze
Entertaining and informative. Anyone can learn about sciencePublished 10 months ago by Stephen Rudolph
It might be a good read for someone with a science interest. I found I could not get past the second chapter.Published 11 months ago by Alice Thomsen
Natalie is one of my fave writers, I follow her on the NY TImes. I keep going back to this book to reread specific sections.Published 11 months ago by aristata