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Einstein Atomized: More Science Cartoons Paperback – 1 May 1996


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Science is too important to take seriously. 20 Jun 2004
By wiredweird - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Maybe that's why Springer-Verlag published these cartoons. Springer (parent company of Copernicus) is generally known for highly technical books, and clearly felt that Harris' comics are a valued contribution.
Science is just another human endeavor, so it's full of humans. That means it's basically irrational at the bottom, just like the people that work in science. It looks as if Harris has devoted his life to reminding us that clear, consistent results come from silly, self-contradictory people. His cartoons tease scientists, but always with affection. That's why so many people in the sciences like his work, and even make it their own.
If you already know Harris' work, you're sure to like this. If you're not already a Harris fan, this book will fix that for you.
Cute book 6 Jan 2014
By ELARK - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought this as a gift for an engineering student. I think he is enjoying it. I thumbed through it briefly before wrapping for gift-giving and I found the cartoons quite amusing.
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