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The Science Class You Wish You Had (Revised Edition): The Seven Greatest Scientific Discoveries in History and the People Who Made Them e-book

Author:

Arnold R. Brody,David Eliot Brody

Language:

English

Category:

Other

Subcategory:

Humanities

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1226 kb

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Rating:

4.4

Publisher:

TarcherPerigee; Revised, Updated edition (August 6, 2013)

Pages:

416

ISBN:

0399160329

The Science Class You Wish You Had (Revised Edition): The Seven Greatest Scientific Discoveries in History and the People Who Made Them e-book

by Arnold R. Brody,David Eliot Brody


David Eliot Brody is a practicing attorney in Denver, Colorado, and has been writing professionally since 1976. He has also written two books on the American legal system.

David Eliot Brody is a practicing attorney in Denver, Colorado, and has been writing professionally since 1976. Dr. Arnold R. Brody is professor emeritus of pathology in the Department of Pathology at Tulane University School of Medicine. He is known throughout the world as a specialist in his field of lung cell biology

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We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Thank you! Buttons: Cancel. Born in the town of Woolsthorpe England. In the period from 1664 to 1666 year he derived a formula бинома Newton's formula of Newton -Leibniz, brought the law of universal gravitation. In 1668 in the biography of Isaac Newton received his master's degree in professor of mathematical sciences. He is known throughout the world as a specialist in his field of lung cell biology

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Wish You Had : The Seven Greatest Scientific Discoveries in History and the People Who Made Them. Excellent Science Class. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 18 years ago. I enjoyed reading this book very much. The first two chapters are out of this world

The Science Class You Wish You Had : The Seven Greatest Scientific Discoveries in History and the People Who Made Them. by David Eliot Brody. The first two chapters are out of this world. Although history of scientific ideas in the political context is one of my specialties, I found these chapters educational.

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the seven greatest scientific discoveries in history and the people who made them. 1st ed. Published 1997 by Berkley Pub. Group in New York. Includes bibliographical references (p. 355-362) and index.

Over the course of ages, we have made countless discoveries that have improved the quality of our life and helped us to understand the world around us.

Over the course of ages, we have made countless discoveries that have improved the quality of our life and helped us to understand the world around u. .From penicillin and the screw pump to X-rays and electricity, here are 25 Biggest Scientific Discoveries in History of Mankind.

scientific discoveries in history and the people who made them . The book provides students with the reasons of why the Scientific Method evolved as a process and why even they can become scientists. They learn that Newton was a slightly crazy alchemist, Einstein had trouble with math and school, Darwin procrastinated on publishing his ideas, and so on. Bryson reconstructs the fascinating history of the household, room by room. With waggish humor and a knack for unearthing the extraordinary stories behind the seemingly commonplace.

What does E=mc2 really mean? What is DNA? What was the big bang? These scientific concepts have changed our perception of the world…but for many of us they remain mysteries, bits and pieces of information retained from classroom lectures but never truly understood.Now we can finally grasp the grandeur and complexity of these ideas, and their significance in our lives. Revised and updated to include the latest discoveries that are changing the way we view the world and the universe, this new edition of The Science Class You Wish You Had will take you on a journey through space and time—from the subatomic to the universal. It explains in a lively, accessible way what these milestones of scientific discovery mean and what direct impact they have on our lives today and will have in the future.For everyone interested in science, history, and biographies of extraordinary people—or anyone who wants to understand the workings of the physical world—this thorough and authoritative book is a perfect introduction to science’s most profound discoveries, and a testament to the triumph of human knowledge.Newton: Gravity and the Basic Laws of PhysicsRutherford and Bohr: The Structure of the AtomEinstein: The Principle of RelativityHubble: The Big Bang and the Formation of the UniverseDarwin: Evolution and the Principle of Natural SelectionFlemming and Mendel: The Cell and GeneticsWatson and Crick: The Structure of the DNA Molecule
Cae
SURPRISINGLY EXCEEDS ITS PROMISE! Excellent
Dordred
Using it to teach my science students ...
Amis
I purchased this for my son and then when it arrived I decided to take a look I have found it so enjoyable that I haven't parted with it yet. Great Book and a Great Read.
Arador
Although familiar with the science history involved, I had pleasure learning new aspects of the figures that shaped our modern world. The writing duo have a great style that makes history and science accessible for the casual reader, which includes me sometimes! For those wondering at the 1996 date of the book, its content is timeless and still a great read into the new millenium. I especially liked the accounts of Kepler and Brahe, and the occasional nod to the memory of science populizer Carl Sagan.
Mr.Bean
Pretty good book. I can imagine it to be a little dense at times for none science folks, but for the most part it focuses on more of the historical stories behind the discoveries. Aside from the historical context, there are a couple of instances where the author delves into the philosophical and theological dilemmas of today.
Umge
This isn't really a science lesson, it is a history lesson about scientific discoveries -- the story of scientists and a bit of context for the story of their work. The section on Galileo omits any detail about his development of the telescope -- how he designed and constructed it, how his telescope actually worked or what you could see with it -- while including considerable detail about the political problems that resulted from his published observations. The text is quite skimpy on any kind of details, including dates, so it isn't even very satisfying as a history book...at least so far. I haven't finished it and this review is based on the first several sections of the book, about a third of the entire text, so maybe it will improve. Right now I am giving it a grade of C because its title is misleading since it is less about science and more about the history of several scientists.

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