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Life itself: Its origin and nature by Francis Crick
This book is Crick's most comprehensive analysis of the theory of panspermia. This theory basically says that life on earth originated after the planet was "seeded" with DNA by extraterrestrial intelligent beings. Francis explains why this theory (which he didn't come up with but in his times analyzed more than anyone) is plausible.

I just received the book and just started reading it. There don't seem to be many silly things written in it, like in most books (except a sentence I randomly read that says that "I cannot help but thinking that it will be the meat-eaters who will want to explore space and the vegetarians who are likely to oppose it" [?]).

It seems like… Read more
Optimum Nutrition Serious Mass 5.45kg Bag - VANILL&hellip by Optimum Nutrition
17 of 24 people found the following review helpful
Hi. I tried a lot of weight gainer supplements and I must admit that this one worked better than all of them. If you take it after working out, it actually gives you noticeable results only after a few days. But there is an issue that I find rather serious, which caused me not to want to use it any more despite of its effectiveness.

This is that at the recommended serving, it gives one an "overdose" of certain vitamins of the vitamin B complex. For example, a single serving with water (not milk) provides you with 320% of the recommended daily allowance of thiamin (vitamin B1). It also gives you 235% of the RDA of riboflavin (vitamin B2), 250% of niacin (B3), 250% of vitamin B6,… Read more
Tibetan Yoga and Secret Doctrines: Or Seven Books &hellip by Donald S. Jr. Lopez
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I read this book re-translated from English to Greek and I would say that the essence of the Tibetan teachings is still there (and I think would still be there after several re-translations as this is the way it works with the spirit of "wisdom"). Furthermore, I think that reading this book and complaining about the "bad translation" work means you at least kind of miss the whole point. But it seems that some people do have a problem with the translation so I would suggest that if you are looking for a book that will help you learn the Tibetan language perfectly, this one might not do (I'm not sure about this actually). Buy it only if you are looking for a book that contains several… Read more

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