The Five Biggest Ideas in Science

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Barnes & Noble Books, 2003 - Science - 200 pages
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Presents five basic scientific hypotheses: the atomic model, the periodic law, the big bang theory, plate techtonics, and evolution.

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The five biggest ideas in science

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Wynn (chemistry, Eastern Connecticut State Coll.) and Wiggins (physics, Oakland Community Coll.) here aim to use five fundamental ideas--physics' model of the atom, chemistry's periodic law, astronomy ... Read full review

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The atom, Periodic Table, Big Bang, plate tectonics, and evolution. Short and apparently aimed at highschoolers. Read full review

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