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A short history of nearly everything
Bryson, Bill.
Adult Nonfiction Q162 .B88 2003

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ThatOneGuy said:
Very interesting, filled with lots of little tidbits and facts. Bill Bryson explains with ease (and humor) how we came to know what we know. Such as the weight of the earth, the distance to the sun, and much, much more. If you love to learn, this book is highly recommended.
posted Jun 7, 2006 at 2:46PM
Ashley said:
I liked it becuase it gave some interesting facts about science, a field that one would not usually expect entertainment from. But the history that he gives is indeed short, and especially during the atom and particle chapters, the concepts didn't really become clear to me.
posted Jul 25, 2006 at 6:31AM
Ashley said:
I liked it becuase it gave some interesting facts about science, a field that one would not usually expect entertainment from. But the history that he gives is indeed short, and especially during the atom and particle chapters, the concepts didn't really become clear to me.
posted Jul 25, 2006 at 6:31AM
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