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Curious Minds: How a Child Becomes a Scientist

John Brockman - Biography & Autobiography - 2004 - 236 pages
What makes a child decide to become a scientist? •For Robert Sapolsky–Stanford professor of biology–it was an argument with a rabbi over a passage in the Bible. •Physicist Lee ...
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Dancing in the Dark: The Waltz in Wonder of Quantum Metaphysics

Ronald Keast - Science - 2009
In "Dancing in the Dark: The "Waltz in Wonder" of Quantum Metaphysics," Dr. Ronald Keast examines the exciting and spooky scientific theories about the fundamental nature of ...
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Nature's imagination: the frontiers of scientific vision

John Cornwell, Freeman J. Dyson - Science - 1995 - 212 pages
Offering a new scientific paradigm that moves beyond the accepted scientific approach of reductionism and accounts for the whole, a collection of essays by today's leading ...
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Cosmic Numbers: The Numbers That Define Our Universe

James D. Stein - Mathematics - 2011 - 228 pages
Our fascination with numbers begins when we are children and continues throughout our lives. We start counting our fingers and toes and end up balancing checkbooks and ...
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Mind of God: The Scientific Basis for a Rational World

Paul Davies - Religion - 1993 - 254 pages
A physicist uses science and philosophy to answer the ancient, unsolvable question: why does the universe exist?
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