3 edition of The Popular Science Monthly Part Two found in the catalog.
July 25, 2007
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC
Written in English
|Contributions||E. L. Youmans (Editor), W. J. Youmans (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||308|
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T oday, I continue my series of “best of ” books lists by sharing the maths, physics, astronomy, chemistry and earth sciences books that I consider to be amongst the best published this Author: Grrlscientist. 57 o TEE POPULAR SCIENCE MONTHLY SCENERY, SOIL AND THE ATMOSPHERE By Professor ALBERT PERRY BRIGHAM COLGATE UNIVERSITY THE atmosphere is commonly considered as a body of gases sur-rounding the globe, but hardly as a part of our sphere. We must, however, look upon it as being of the very substance of our earth, an.
We review more than 8, books per year, and these were the 10 most-read reviews of books published in Into the Water. Paula Hawkins. Riverhead, $28 (p) ISBN . POPULAR SCIENCE MONTHLY. MAY, NIAGARA AS A TIMEPIECE. BY J. W. SPENCER, A.M., Pu. D., F. G. S. N IAGARA FALLs IN HrsTORY.-Guided by an Indian chief, La Salle and Hennepin visited Niagara Falls in , but it was not until that Hennepin published his picture of the.
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Two vols. With Maps and Illustrations. New York: Harper & Brothers. Pp. Price, $I often recommend it as the statistics equivalent of the popular pop science book Bad Science by Ben Goldacre. It's good for introducing basic statistical reasoning, for showing the importance of basic statistical reasoning, and getting people concerned about the lack of basic statistical reasoning among people who really should know better.