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The Joy of Science: An Examination of How Scientists Ask and Answer Questions Using the Story of Evolution as a Paradigm

Author R. A. Lockshin. Edition First. Publisher Springer Verlag. Pages 440. Price £54.00. ISBN 9781402060984.

Using evolution as the focus, this book explores how scientists ask questions and what constitutes a robust and valid answer.

Who is it for? Primarily for the non-scientist or those wishing for a refreshing perspective on "science for the non-scientist".

Presentation - It provides lots of analogies, metaphors, facts and stories about science.

Would you recommend it? This is an interesting and lively text on evolution and the history of the Earth.

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