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Weak intro. Would have been difficult to follow if I had not toured the site. Good insights into a complex endeavor.Published 26 days ago by Martha Frasier
This was a truly illuminating book, Although the human side of the experience was the focus of the writing, I found that the description of what happened, as it happened made the... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Neville J. Woolf
Even if you haven't visited the Biosphere 2, it is a fascinating read. SF readers will intuit the golden Eagles words inside Rama. But here is (was) a living Rama of sorts. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Carson E. Bench
The author seemed very bitter. It was not an enjoyable read for the most part. I had enjoyed my tour of the biosphere 2 and so thought I would enjoy the book... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Sharon Kiss
Could use some serious proofreading.
Potentially interesting subject - but gets sidetracked. The first ten chapters or so bog down in way too much background. Yawn. Read more
It was an interesting account of life in the biosphere 2, but it wasn't exactly a page turner.Published 10 months ago by nancy feiker
Bought after visiting Biosphere 2. Great to read the details of the project.Published 11 months ago by Seb