who are altruistic are popular and therefore imitated more and therefore altruistic behavior is more prevalent than non-altruistic behavior -- comes from where? In what universe are altruistic people
. We all know that we need to inhale in in order to survive. However, Nick Lane's Oxygen: The Molecule that Made the World (Popular Science) argues Oxygen is even more important than simply keeping
scientists and the general public which helped advance the general understanding of science. See, e.g., Lightman's "Victorian Popularizers of Science" (also reviewed on Amazon). But as to the early 20th
. Hellman, who according to the blurb has written 26 other popular science books, takes the tack of presenting various controversies in science, of which there are a depressing number.
Hellman picks ten
of the strange creatures of these truly ancient times 540 million years ago he takes readers to many far flung places around the globe, interweaving an engaging account of cutting-edge science with colorful
other books, but this provides an introduction to his ideas which is half way between popular science and textbook. What has happened in the years that have followed is that this work has undoubtedly
The American ENIAC is customarily regarded as having been the starting point of electronic computation. This book rewrites the history of computer science, arguing that in reality Colossus