The Great Courses concept is fine by me, but Professor James Hall's insight on taking superstition as an equal part of rational reasoning with (scientific) facts, is just way too much for me - and thus I lost the interest to this book within 2 hours.
No. As long as I don't have to listen to James Hall's opinions.
He clearly has a theological hidden agenda.
I might listen through the whole book after a while... maybe there is some true substance in this book - as its title suggests.
The author, Dr. Richard Dawkins, reads the book.
I found the story of the rainbow, i.e. why we see colors and how the science behind it reveals the cosmic reality, the best part of the book.
More references to further reading and exploring of the contextual subjects.
No. Have never had a need (urge) to do so.
The quality of the cover image of the audiobooks are usually very low. This said, would there be any technological solution, which would able readers to see images, which are in the book, e.g. graphs etc?
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