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posted a Quick Tip about Nikola Tesla. January 12, 2012
Meet Nicola Tesla (1856-1943)
We have people like him and George Westinghouse to thank for a large part of our standard of living because of the fact that they were able to harness the use of electricity into a way of powering whole …
reviewed Stephen Hawking. September 04, 2010
Stephen Hawking
Is it just me or is Stephen Hawking getting senile?
posted a Quick Tip about Charles Darwin. July 03, 2010
Charles Darwin
Darwin was brilliant . . . many of his discounted ideas are coming back to haunt his critics. Truly one of the best scientists ever.
reviewed Einstein's God: Conversations About S.... April 15, 2010
Einstein's God: Conversations About Science and
Let me get something off my chest, and maybe vent just a little. This book will probably be unjustly categorized as some type of New Age reading. I hate the New Age (or as Gooch said, "I can't afford …
Einstein's God: Conversations About Science and
This book is a compilation of dialogues/interviews between the author and leading thinkers in disciplines relevant to the discussion of the interaction between science and spirituality. From physicists …
reviewed ClimateGate. November 27, 2009
ClimateGate
Recently, the debate on the subject of global warming took a sudden and unexpected turn.  With President Obama preparing to attend The U.N. Climate Change Conference on December 9th in Copenhagen …
reviewed The Man Who Loved China: The Fantasti.... August 16, 2008
The Man Who Loved China: The Fantastic Story of
Biography of Joseph Needham reads something like an extended review of his epic opus "Science and Civilization in China" (24 volumes to date, starting in 1954, and still in progress). Everything in the …
reviewed The Man Who Loved China: The Fantasti.... May 26, 2008
The Man Who Loved China: The Fantastic Story of
Simon Winchester's forte is creating a microscopic view of events. They may be great events, like the San Francisco earthquake of 1906 or events that but for his eye might have slipped unnoticed into …
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