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About a year ago I read a great book titled Theories for Everything, which is almost a general history of science. The book is divided into six general areas, written by three authors, each experts in their respective fields. Nothing is incomprehensible. It will definitely become part of my personal library.





National Geographic:






I'd recommend it to those who are interested in the history of science, or who want a general overview of a specific topic. National Geographic has the chapter titles available on their website.

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Sounds rather interesting.

It's only 408 pages, but I still wonder, is it a slow read?

Normally this wouldn't make a difference, but lately I don't seem to have as much time as I had before...

Thanks for the recommendation, I'll definitely look into it.

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