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tele-dad
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Posted - 12/12/2013 :  08:09:48  Show Profile Send tele-dad a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I would suggest a serious-funny book: "Bioquestions and the mechanical answer" by Didier Newman. A modern book full of questions; hence, full of radical skepticism too. A book with a very different approach to things, both simple and complex. Although the reader finds initially some difficulty and chaos one gets involved step by step until loving it. A preview: http://goo.gl/MaeaEN
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