Out of the Everywhere

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Kensington Publishing Corporation, Apr 1, 1992 - Science - 274 pages
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A collection of 17 essays that cover topics ranging from human evolution to the formation of the solar system. With penetrating insight and solid scientific knowledge, Asimov tackles the problems of over-population, need for alternative fuels, fear of radiation, what makes humans different from other two-legged creatures, and more.

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Another collection of science essays from Asimov, all originally published in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction and ranging in subject from the source of the Nile to the role of poetry in ... Read full review

Contents

The Very Error of the Moon
3
Asking the Right Question
18
Out of the Everywhere
33
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Isaac Asimov authored over 400 books in a career that lasted nearly 50 years. As a leading scientific writer, historian, and futurist, he covered a variety of subjects ranging from mathematics to humor, and won numerous awards for his work.

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