Sacred Depths of Nature

Don Igelsrud deigelsr at ucalgary.ca
Tue Jun 29 09:05:23 EST 1999


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Since "The Bible According to Einstein" was brought up for discussion, I
thought I should bring up another recent book.

Ursula Goodenough does a wonderful job of assembling the essential ideas
of biology to a higher level in "The Sacred Depths of Nature".  

Any comments?

Info and reviews can be found at Amazon:

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0195126130/qid%3D930663197/002-9009539-9692258

Don Igelsrud
donigelsrud at home.com
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I have just finished reading a science book
that I would like to recommend to subscribers of this newsgroup.
The book is called "The Bible According to Einstein".
It has some wonderful chapters on biology.
Reviews and information are available at
Amazon.com at
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0965517691/
including praise by three Nobel laureates.

-Jim


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