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Manjeet

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Torch-bearer Of a Curious and Skeptical society!

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Reviewed: 03-10-20

Loved the way he explained the need for a secular and scientific community though the evil practice of witch hunting in medieval europe and the founders of America!

The law of nature

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Reviewed: 20-09-20

How true and contemporary! A must read for everyone. George Orwell is my favorite author now

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Reviewed: 26-06-20

I was hoping that it won't be a boring acadamic book. But it turned out be a eye opener. It changed a lot of biased opinions which i had without any statistical basis. Loved it

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Intelligent, fearless and factfullness

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Reviewed: 07-06-20

Its a long book. But extremely informative and interesting. it's like the history of the world in a nutshell! One of the best book I ever read

A spiritual experience

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Reviewed: 22-05-20

Loved the story. Wished it's wasnt a fictional. The narrator delivered the story with great skill.

Lessons for everyday life

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Reviewed: 17-05-20

Emotional Intelligence should be taught in every school. It's a skill one needs in every stage of life. Reading this book was an eye opener

Astronomical Physics in a nutshell

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Reviewed: 20-07-19

This book explains every single concept on General and Special Theory of Relativity and Quantum Mechanics without going in it's mathematical deductions. One may read the book ever and ever again and still find it very interesting. Absolutely loved it

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A marathon in the form of a book

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Reviewed: 13-04-19

It's a story about humanity and it's obsession with war.
Only a true lover of Astronomy and a fan of Neil Degrees Tyson can complete this book.
Thought exhausting, it was narrated well, with facts and numbers. That's what makes the book worth reading.

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Not for the people in a hurry!;)

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Reviewed: 17-03-19

This is no way for the people in a hurry. It's for those who has the moment to imagine the unimaginable within and beyond the cosmic world.
I loved the book. It demanded focus and concentration. But Neil, as the great orator he is, was able to create a sense of wonder, fantasy and the curiosity to know more.
I loved the way he explained the periodic table and the planets in the solar system. I wish I had this book in school.
This is a book for the young enthusiast, not too young professionals who still dreams, and even for the old who has seen too much of this world and still wants to know more.

Reality sinks in!

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Reviewed: 09-12-18

The timing of this book could not have been better. The Paris Accord is a historic moment for those who understands the impact of climate change.
The author provides sufficient instances, arguments and research materials to support that climate change is real.
Geoengineering was something new to me.
I can't help but wonder if it's too late for us to stop or even slow down the inevitable. Nevertheless a page turner, thought provoking and an eye opener.