Adding a dimension: seventeen essays on the history of science

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Doubleday, 1964 - Science - 202 pages
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User Review  - Ami Iida - Goodreads

chapter 13 ; Evolution and genetic laws of Mendel are the complementary relationship. it is intriguing about Unit conversion and treat very huge number and local minimum . Read full review

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User Review  - Steve Carroll - Goodreads

call it 4.5. This one is a barely themed collection of essays Asimov wrote for magazines, about half of them are about numbers. This one has essays on infinity, very large numbers, measurement systems ... Read full review

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TFormation
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One Ten Buckle My Shoe
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Varieties of the Infinite
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