One, two, three ... infinity: facts & speculations of science 
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Review: One, Two, Three...Infinity: Facts and Speculations of Science
User Review  Rohan Garg  GoodreadsThis book by George Gamow (of the AlpherBetheGamow fame) is a classic in popular science writing, next only to Carl Sagan, in my opinion. Although, some of the things that the author mentions, as is ... Read full review
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User Review  Charles Moffat  GoodreadsOne of the first Science books I read in fourth grade I fell in love with chemistry and physics! The classic science book. Read full review
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Natural and Artificial Numbers  25 
Unusual Properties of Space  43 
Coordinate systems  44 
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