Favorite "Intro" books?

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13 Mar 2018 22:02 #318620 by Brick
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The Blind Watchmaker by Richard Dawkins does a brilliant job of explaining how evolution actually works.

Should be compulsory reading in all schools IMO

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14 Mar 2018 19:03 #318702 by Adhara
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I like 'Power, Sex, Suicide - Mitochondria and the Meaning of Life' by Nick Lane. It is a nice book about how our cells work. So biology for everyone :)

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14 Mar 2018 20:14 #318710 by Locksley
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Ooh, perfect!
I'd like to have a range of books -- several for each general scientific field. :)

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