Carl Sagan - Nature - 2000 - 302 pages
A classic book by the world's most famous scientist and science visionary, back in print with a new 2000 perspective.
Carl Sagan - Biography & Autobiography - 2006 - 167 pages
A collection of interviews and profiles show how Sagan, a lifelong skeptic, refined his views and expressed amazement that Earth encompasses everything about which he cared.
Neil deGrasse Tyson - Science - 1994 - 277 pages
Provides an introduction to the foundations of modern science with an emphasis on astronomy, and includes discussions of numbers, measures, methodology, and terminology
Stephen Skinner - Mathematics - 2006 - 160 pages
This thought-provoking volume explores the important link between the underlying geometrical order of the universe in both nature and the human-made world, revealing how ...
Alexander Vilenkin - Science - 2006 - 235 pages
Presents an overview of the current theories pertaining to such ideas as dark matter, ripples in space-time, and multiple universes, offering insight into how theoretical ...
Michael Welland - History - 2009 - 343 pages
Describes the geological history of sand, examining the science behind the material as well as the human context of sand and how it has played important roles in history ...