1 edition of Time book of science found in the catalog.
Time book of science
|Statement||[edited by] Jonathan Norton Leonard.|
|Contributions||Lonard, Jonathan Norton, 1908-|
|LC Classifications||Q171 .T57|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||356|
|LC Control Number||55008156|
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Fortunately, was also a year full of great science books, the perfect way to take a step back and consider the implications of new discoveries and : Jay Bennett. best nonfiction books of all time. The American physicist and philosopher of science coined the phrase “paradigm shift” in a book that is seen as a .
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The New York Times Book of Science: More than Years of Groundbreaking Scientific Coverage by The New York Times (Author), David Corcoran (Editor), /5(19). The Science Of Time - When Self Tells The Truth On Self By Elijah Muhammad This title looks at a comparative aspect of how many religions have a timetable to expected events of the future and that although they seem to be addressing different references, they have striking similar and overlapping commonality/5(12).
The Best Science Books of All Time 1. The Origin of Species. QED: The Strange Theory of Light and Matter. "The most important science book of all time. Darwin revolutionized our understanding of life, the relationship of humanity to all creatures in the world, and the mythological foundation of all religions." — geneticist Lee M.
Silver, Princeton University. The book that started the entire concept of Cyberpunk, The Hugo Award- Nebula Award- and Philip K. Dick Award-winning Neuromancer remains one of the best sci-fi books ever written and the entire Author: Paul Tassi. The Life Science Library deserved a vastly better sequel.
They helped me greatly, from when I was five to well through high school, particularly the ones on The Scientist, Planets (the first book by Carl Sagan), Man and Space, Light and Vision, Mathematics, Time, and The Mind/5(9). It comes as no surprise to start with A Brief History of Time — legendary theoretical physicist and cosmologist Stephen Hawking’s masterpiece, which is commonly considered the most important book in popular science ever published and one of our 10 essential primers on (almost) everything.
In it, Hawking attempted to answer one of humanity’s most fundamental. Cosmos is one of the bestselling science books of all time. In clear-eyed prose, Sagan reveals a jewel-like blue world inhabited by a life form that is just beginning to discover its own identity and to venture into the vast ocean of space.
Brilliant in its scope and provocative in its suggestions. The Demon-Haunted World. An early work of feminist Utopian fiction and proto-science fiction, The Blazing World tells the story of a woman from our earth who travels to another world via a portal at the North Pole, where she becomes empress of a society made up of fantastical half-animal half-human species.
The book, published inreflects Enlightenment-era theoretical science, with Cavendish. Must-Read Books. Realistic Fiction. Suspense & Altered Worlds.
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The book’s decidedly weird science is actually grounded in recent laboratory research, which lends an eerie. The Ten Best Science Books of New titles explore the workings of the human body, the lives of animals big and small, the past.
Einstein’s Clocks, Poincaré’s Maps by Peter Galison. Galison, a historian of science at Harvard, explains relativity better than any other writer out there, but this book. Higginbotham’s superb account of the April explosion at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant is one of those rare books about science and technology that read like a tension-filled thriller.
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If you were to look at some of the best sci-fi books through literary history, you'd see such a range of titles and authors that you'd barely believe that they could be shelved in the same part of the bookstore.Time for Kids Big Book of Science Experiments Science is a subject near and dear to most geeks and the heart of science fun is experimenting.
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