This should be required reading for every biology 101 class. Or make that Chemistry. And geology. It comes at evolution from so many angles, makes it understandable and very interesting. Want to understand carbon dating? Embryology? I just wish it was longer. I kept thinking, "I wish Darwin could hear what we know now." Verification everywhere. So many ways evolution could be disproven, yet it keeps on winning. If you have a friend who is somehow stuck against evolution, insist that he read this book. If not the best audiobook I ever heard, it is in the top 3. Bravo!
I don't trust what he says because he makes claims that I know are untrue. For example, he poo poos Apple's claims of theft by android by claiming Jobs stole from Xerox Parc. Jobs paid to see Xerox's technology, and he used it to make wonderful products that Xerox would never have made. Lanshinsky says the
Would a Trekkie go to the next Star Trek movie?
I cannot imagine just reading this book. You must listen. Penn is so F&@ci$ funny.
My favourite character is the kid who suspects his parents are the tooth fairy.
The hair dryer scene had me laughing so hard, I had to stop the book and pull my car over to the side of the road.
There is no dead spot. DAMN, this book is funny.
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