The extreme ability to make simple even the most complicated scientific points.
The Good Delusion, by Richard Dawkins. In a way these two books make the scientific point of the absurdity of god's existence.
His narration is very clear and makes easy to understand difficult complex given his ability to emphasize the necessary words.
The multiple universes we live in.
Dr. David Deutsch has an encyclopedic knowledge and clarity of our universes...
Surprising: imposible to imagine such an improbable friendship.
Historical: well researched and documented.
Humane: the meeting of two great minds despite tragic cicumstances.
Its profound human reality. The diescription of adversity as a positive element.
His voice is clear, well modulated and consistent with the emotional situations narrated along the book.
Two great minds joint despite adversity.
Anyone interested in historical facts about our language and its evolution should read this very enjoyable book.
Where will humanity be had mythology (religion) not interfered with the well developed human knowledge around the classic Greek era?
The exquisite documentation of historical facts.
His accent, pronunciation of Italian terms, clear diction and emphasis.
Absolutely... I could not put it down.
The myth supporting the position that science and morality cannot relate or explain each other is analyzed and destroyed.
There are many. The critical analysis on religion makes a lot of sense along the book.
His personal conviction.
The description of the author's medical research, leading to his thinking about his whole proposition in the book.
Courageous take on "established" trues. Fearless denunciation of the status quo in science and morality.
Inspiring review on the history of Sulfa discovery. A team effort lead by a pathologist, a medical specialist poorly recognized but once again, successful at making a significant contribution to modern medicine. The book is accessible for everyone, using non-technical language. The historical documentation is rather complete and seemingly unbiased.
The recognition of the role of a pathologist as a basic researcher breaking new ground.
The moment when the central character (Domagk) realizes the potential of his discovery.
When second world war almost wiped out Domagk's efforts.
Weel documented. Well read. A lot of fun.
Excellent scientific documentation. Good plot, with real-like characters. History has value as a current issue.
When the main character, Michael Beard, decides to change the situation of the accidental death of his wife's lover into a murder committed by his other wife's lover.
Nobel prize winers are only too human...
It reminded me of two other books: "The Prize", by Irving Wallace", and "Cantor's dilemma", by Carl Djerassi. Both of them, excellent and also highly recommendable
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