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He was brve grateful, so very very pleased. A guy approached our table and asked me in a sly surreptitious manner if I was him. The quote I used as the title for this review is the recurrent theme of this text. The next time you complain that there is nothing on, remember that you can always watch the birth of the universe.
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A book that leads one to other books and so always worthy of at least 3 stars. Poor mans Stephen Fry shows off.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I admire the boo This is an ambitious book covering the history and development of ideas from a very wide range of topics pertaining to how we humans got here.
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What’s the most fascinating tidbit of information you learned from this book? Da Wikipedia, l’enciclopedia libera. A Short History of Nearly Everything was lauded with critical acclaim, and became a huge bestseller. This is the second or third science book I tackled this year. We had been imbibing more than freely. We have been married for a long time now However, he focused a lot on the scientists and less on the actual science, at some points the information was very dull.
I was disappointed as the book rarely meets that level again. The most salient point of the brysin for me was the human paradox of how we are changing the world through our presence but at the same time how precarious our existence on it is. It is a great introduction for those not into the biography of the universe and the history of science.
Preview — Breve storia di quasi tutto by Bill Bryson. I do not particularly care about the intimate details of personalities of all the people who contributed to science. The title of this book of course is misleading, but what Bryson presents here is fabulous! You see, I thought this is the book I always wanted to read, about the history of science and who discovered what. auasi
And yet you are despite the odds against it. I learned a lot and will refer to this book in the future. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
So the guy immediately asked me if I’d sign two of bgyson books, and before I could say “Come on mate, I’m not actually American, can’t you bleedin well tell? Alcuni episodi di questo secondo viaggio vengono recuperati in Neither Here Nor There: It’s a lot more fun than, say, anything by Richard Dawkins or Jared Diamondbut nowhere near as intensive.
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Ever wondered about how our universe came to be? Bryson also goes out of his way to identify questions we don’t have answers to yet; always an important part of science — knowing what we don’t know. Return to Book Page. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
It is however a good read for those who want to understand the evolution of our understanding of life, the universe, and everything that we have no idea about. Vedi le condizioni d’uso per i dettagli. Only to zap straight back with two hardbacks of Bill’s deathless works. But, what’s true for the content comparison is also true here: An interesting trivia, I’ve just found out that my birth was accompanied by a welcoming bang from Mt. I found this text the most interesting when Bill Bryson turned his attention to the personalities in the science world as opposed to lots of the science itself.
In his last book, he turned his attention to science. I got bogged down with some of the names and history. Others have said they wish to remember all of the content in the book and it couldn’t have been trimmed down any further.
I some-what agree with this because this book contained a lot of important information, however, I don’t think it is necessary to memorize everything single detail. Travis Harshaw People are to be respected, not their beliefs. Some reviews say this book was more of a biography than a history book, I agree. Personally, I prefer the historical tidbits around the “pure” scientific facts, and usual, Bryson delivers these as well, but it could’ve been more for me – I muchly prefered his “other compendium” At Home: He settled in England inand worked in journalism until he became a full time writer.
Breve storia di quasi tutto by Bill Bryson. Bryson does have the ability to take mind numbing topics such as hiking the Appalachian Trail and, with this book, all things science yet keep your interest with snarky insights and funny details.
One can have too much Bill Bryson. Bryson You’re probably looking at this book thinking it is so far off my normal path.