From Eros to Gaia, Volume 5
The author of Disturbing the Universe presents a selection of essays that include discussions of his early fascination with science and space, his contemporary analyses of the politics of "smart" weapons, and more.
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Review: From Eros to Gaia (Science)User Review - Goodreads
One of the best books I've ever read! This kind of work is called "source material.!" In it one finds history of the last 40 years in science and physics, but also vision, regrets, optimism... and beyond that great hope! Indeed, good stuff for the soul and the mind alike!
Review: From Eros to Gaia (Science)User Review - M - Goodreads
I'm sorry I'm giving this book only three stars!! It's full of wisdom, and the essay on Field theory is a gem (Dyson is one of its founders), and many stories there are really enjoyable.. However ... Read full review
A Many-colored Glass: Reflections on the Place of Life in the Universe
Freeman J. Dyson
Limited preview - 2007
Sir Phillip Robertss Erolunar Collision 1933
Reflections on the Ecology of Scientific Projects 1988
Six Cautionary Tales for Scientists 1988
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