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Review: Simply Darwin

Simply Darwin By Michael Ruse In his new book, Michael Ruse writes: “No educated person today should be ignorant of the life and labors of Charles Darwin. In science and in culture, he is one of the seminal figures of all time.” The size of Simply Darwin—135 pages—makes it a good starting point for someone … Continue reading

Review: Gamer by Kim Smith

Gamer: A Louie Huey and Chloe Robertson Mystery By Kim A. Smith Gamer is one of the few science fiction books that I’ve read, so I wasn’t sure how interested I would be. I was pleasantly surprised. Two investigative reporters, Louie Huey and Chloe Robertson, investigate claims of the development of a time machine by … Continue reading

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