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Volume 87 | Number 4 | July-August 1999


Louis, Louis, Louis

George Kauffman

A review of Louis Pasteur, by Patrice Debré.

Hindsight

Robert Proctor

A review of Ancestral Images: The Iconography of Human Origins, by Stephanie Moser.

Believing is Seeing

Evangeline Wheeler

A review of Visual Intelligence: How We Create What We See, by Donald D. Hoffman.

Neandertals in the Mist

Alan Mann

A review of Neandertals and Modern Humans in Western Asia, edited by Takeru Akazawa, Kenichi Aoki and Ofer Bar-Yosef.

Underlying Nature

Nina Baghai

A review of Untangling Ecological Complexity: The Macroscopic Perspective, by Brian A. Maurer.

Upwelling of Hot Gas

Alton Brown

A review of The Deep, Hot Biosphere, by Thomas Gold.

Cell: The Early Years

Robert Peterson

A review of The Birth of the Cell, by Henry Harris.

Marking Nuclear Graves 10,000 Years Hence and Other Conundrums in Deep Time

III, Woodruff Sullivan

A review of Deep Time: How Humanity Communicates Across Millennia, by Gregory Benford.

Against the Tide, The Cambridge Concise History of Astronomy and more . . .

Behind Das Iron Curtain

Alexander Gurshtein

A review of Science under Socialism: East Germany in Comparative Perspective, edited by Kristie Macrakis and Dieter Hoffman.


Total Records : 17


 

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