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Most influential science book in my life....

Gene ExpressionBy Razib KhanApril 4, 2006 11:24 PM


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Seed has a new in house weblog, Stochastic, and our resident intern Katherine Sharpe is asking about the best science books for laypeople...which would be a long list. But, I can unhesitantly offer the most influential science book in terms of making me explore many domains of the natural sciences and their intersection with our species' history and social development: Cosmos, by Carl Sagan.

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