Science & Math

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“Usually art and science are discussed as opposites, and the people who apply them are not only opposite types but often hostile to each other. Mr.

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“. . . one of the truly impressive things about this book is its scope. . . . Despite being dense with data and statistics, Clean Energy Nation never becomes overly technical.

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“Reinventing Discovery is a survey, an analysis, a how-to, and a harbinger of greater things to come.

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“Our future depends on the Blue Revolution that Cynthia Barnett advocates, for, as the ancients knew long before modern science did, ‘Water is life.’”

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“Rob Hopkins combines cutting-edge process model analysis with modern scientific data using a pleasantly conversational mode.”

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“Computer science can be accurately viewed as the upriver force that makes possible the phenomenal impact of such entrepreneurs such as Mark Zuckerberg, Steve Jobs, Jeff Bezos, Howard Schul

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“People who read this fascinating and eye-opening book will never think about concussions and head injuries in the same old way.”

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“Whether this book lives up to expectations the title might create is debatable; however, a read of Knocking on Heaven’s Door makes one thing certain: Dr.

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“Canadian science writer Tyler Hamilton has given the scientific community working on renewable energy solutions a public relations boost with his illuminating and important book, Mad L

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“Each author has in common a sense of wonder and amazement. All articles are short, 5 to 20 pages, and each is a potato chip, you can’t read just one.”

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“an intelligently written look into why most people take an optimistic view of life. . . . stimulating discussion . . . in easily understood language . . .

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“Grabbing the reader from the start with a brief introduction to human evolution and anthropology, author Dunn moves through the answer to these and other questions with a sure use of langu

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“Long for This World is a grand survey of cutting-edge biology in the hands of visionary researchers, made vivid by Mr. Weiner’s marvelous writing.”

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“Ms. Eilperin regales us with the facts with all the smoothness of a skilled storyteller. . . .

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“The sun has a heartbeat . . . is in fact a third generation star, . . . [and] The fate of our sun at the very end will not be a supernova, but . . .

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Professor Penrose is one of the world’s leading mathematicians and a man who has also made significant contributions to theoretical physics.

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The possibility of the existence of multiple universes is a hot topic among cosmologists, and John D.

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Sandra Steingraber is an internationally known ecologist and environmental educator.

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Susan Freinkel had me from the minute I finished reading about her attempt to try to live without plastic for a week. It lasted a total of . . .

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The April release of this colorful and interesting guide to renewable energy and broader environmental concerns coincides with Earth celebrations around the world, the annual international focus on

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In Marcus Wohlsen’s excellent first book, biopunks are biological hackers or tinkerers hoping to do the same thing that large biotech firms do, only do it more openly and less expensively.

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Amy Stewart is right. When it comes to “bugs” we are seriously outnumbered. According to her math, the ratio runs about 200 million to one.

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