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Life Below the Ankles

David L. Hu

A brief review of How Snakes Work: Structure, Function and Behavior of the World’s Snakes, by Harvey B. Lillywhite

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The Men Who Sold the Moon

Corey S. Powell

A brief review of Marketing the Moon: The Selling of the Apollo Lunar Program, by David Meerman Scott and Richard Jurek

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Tilling Tales

Dianne Timblin

A brief review of A History of the Garden in Fifty Tools, by Bill Laws

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Scientists' Nightstand: Patricia Churchland

Greg Ross

The University of California philosopher reviews her recent reading and favorite authors

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Scientists' Nightstand: Melvin Konner

Greg Ross

The Emory University biological anthropologist reviews his recent reading and favorite authors

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Scientists' Nightstand: Massimo Pigliucci

Greg Ross

The philosopher of science reviews his recent reading and favorite authors

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Scientists' Nightstand: Steven Weinberg

Greg Ross

The prizewinning physicist reviews his recent reading and favorite authors

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Scientists' Nightstand: Sean Carroll

Greg Ross

The Caltech physicist reviews his recent reading and favorite authors

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Scientists' Nightstand: Clifford A. Pickover

Greg Ross

The prolific science writer reviews his recent reading and favorite authors

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Scientists' Nightstand: James Lovelock

Greg Ross

The author of the Gaia hypothesis reviews his recent reading and favorite authors

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