Two New Books for Fun
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Sun Jul 30 13:31:21 EST 2000
Recently, I have read two books (1) Like Clockwork-an unfinished
story by David Walker; and (2) the Music of Sunlight by Wilbert Veit
(a dentist by profession). They are both great fun for students,
teachers and faculty members.
"Like Clockwork" is in the tradition of the earlier fun book
by David Walker "Plants, Energy and Man". The new book explains
basics of physics and chemistry behind photosynthesis at a level that
makes reading a pleasure. Exciting quotations, pictures and personal
touch are great. Please see information on obtaining a copy of this
great book at David's Web site: http://www.daw.exl.co.uk/oxygraphics/
(The book is already available in CD format also).
"The Music of Sunlight" is an engaging, exciting experience
as it is a novel in which a "child" becomes an electron and goes into
a leaf. The exciting molecular adve nture is fun for all ages. I am
sure most of you will have fun and enjoy reading it.
Dr. Veit has brought to us a novel that I could call "photosynthesis
for fun for all ages, but without knowing it". Hard copies are to
become available soon, but the ~100-page novel is available at the
following web page: <http://www.molecadv.com>. It is hard to put this
book down after you have started reading it.
July 30, 2000
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