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Eureka!: 50 Incredible Stories of Scientific Discovery Galileo, Einstein, Curie, Darwin, Hawking We Know The Names, But How Much Do We Really Know About These People Galileo Gained Notoriety Over His Battle With The Vatican, But Did You Know That This Father Of Modern Science Was Also An Accomplished Lute Player And Darwin Of Course Discovered The Principle By Which New Species Are Formed, But His Bold Curiosity Extended To The Dinner Table As Well And How Many People Can Say Theyve Eaten An Owl In Eureka John Grant Author Of Debunk It , Discarded Science, Spooky Science And Many Others Offers Fifty Vivid Portraits Of Groundbreaking Scientists From Lutes And Owls To Astronomy And Evolution, Eureka Explains How These Scientific Geniuses Have Shaped Our Understanding And How They Spent Their Free Time As Well



5 thoughts on “Eureka!: 50 Incredible Stories of Scientific Discovery

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    This is a collection of mini biographies of some of the great scientists who have contributed to our current understanding of ourselves, our world and the universe we live in In his introduction, John Grant points out that any selection is going to be subjective to a degree, but all the major names are here Galileo, Newton, Einstein, etc as well as several who are less wel


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    Received an advance reader copy in exchange for a fair review.Thanks to NetGalley and Houghton Mifflin Harcourt for the opportunity to read and review Eureka 50 Scientists Who Shaped Human History This book is full of insights into scientific pioneers both professional and personal From B.C to modern times, details explaining theories and interesting tidbits of each scientist f


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    This is a collection of mini biographies of some of the great scientists who have contributed to our current understanding of ourselves, our world and the universe we live in In his introduction, John Grant points out that any selection is going to be subjective to a degree, but all the major names are here Galileo, Newton, Einstein, etc as well as several who are less well known, c


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    XXXXXCan you name these people answers at the end of this review If you can t, then maybe you know what they have in common 1 Victim of a lynch mob, the greatest female mathematician philosopher of the ancient world 2 The Hungarian physician whose discovery of the importance of hospital hygiene has saved countless millions of lives 3 The great Austrian physicist who was also the progenit


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    from my goodreads review Get this essential book for your family discussions at the dinner table Do you want your children to become interested in science and or world history Do you have an interest in the history of scientific thought and progress The concise and well written material on 50 selected scientists covering the ages will enlighten, delight and possibly inspire further study John


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