The human quest for knowledge and insight has led to extraordinary progress. It has transformed the lives we lead and the world we live in. But that onward march has also thrown us huge challenges about how we treat each other and the planet on which we live.
This book forces us to confront these realities and does it in a unique and fascinating way. It weaves science and humanity together in a way that gives us new insight. This is an expertly crafted book by a unique thinker and talented engineer and businessman.(Tony Blair)
Well I certainly went on a learning curve when I readthis book. A mine of information about the 7 elements that changed history and affected climate change, and how by these alone... Read morePublished 11 months ago by BLUE FISH
I did not like this book at all to be honest and apologies for the scathing review but I became very annoyed on reading this book. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Paul Holding
Good book. Ok book...though haven't had enough time to read this substantial item. When I do I will be better placed to write a review.Published 15 months ago by TB
Fascinating read, full of very interesting text, theories and ideas. Would recommend for a university students looking for a wider view of the world and how the elements changed... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Mrs. A. Kapoor
A book that gives a insight into the evolution of manufacturing and the contribution made by these seven elements. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Steve
If the essence of good science writing is capturing the human drama or the astonishing implications behind science's wider story, this book disappoints. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Glenn Myers