Mind Over Matter: Conversations With the Cosmos

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First edition hardcover USA.

Mind Over Matter: Conversations With the Cosmos is a collection of general science essays written by K.C. Cole and published on 2003-04-01. The 92 short essays are mostly from Cole's weekly Los Angeles Times science column.

Status

I own a first edition hardcover and have read it.

Review

Good

  • The book spans a lot of science subjects including physics, astronomy, geology, chemistry, and more.
  • Cole often makes a lot of ponderous observations that make you think.

Bad

  • Cole too often glosses over science by making fuzzy analogies that leave out important aspects of the science.

Ugly

  • Nothing.

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