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Matthew Sleeth
Good Germs, Bad Germs.
Stephen O. Moshier
Supercontinent: Ten Billion Years in the Life of Our Planet.
Mary Ellen Bowden and Neil Gussman
How alchemy contributed to the emergence of modern science.
Karl W. Giberson
The extraordinary scientific mind of the "guy in the wheelchair."
Ric Machuga
Michael Behe is back.
Andrew P. Morriss
Economics and the natural sciences.
Neil Gussman
Nerve gas and other unconventional weapons.
John H. McWhorter
A new account of the origins of language.
Robert Reber
Before Thomas Frank.
Jonathan Wells
Two biologists claim to close a "major gap in Darwin's theory" of evolution.
John H. McWhorter
The World Atlas of Language Structures.
Neil Gussman
An American weapon that has never killed an enemy but still claims innocent victims.
Edward E. Ericson, Jr.
A disease that left its mark.
Karl W. Giberson
Einstein's annus mirabilis.
Catherine and Andy Crouch
John Polkinghorne's Trinitarian reality.
Karl W. Giberson
The science of love.
Donald A. Yerxa
Taking the long view.
the Archives: John Copeland Nagle
An environmental history of China.
William Dembski
The inevitable and preordained trajectories of evolution.
Elissa Elliott
The science of obesity.
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