Interesting New Books Vol 3

Just in time for holiday shopping, here are some new releases available that Doubtful News readers might find interesting. We are a well-read lot, I’m sure. This is the third edition of… INTERESTING NEW BOOKS

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Bringing Fossils to Life: An Introduction to Paleobiology. 3rd ed.
Donald R. Prothero

Diagnosing Giants: Solving the Medical Mysteries of Thirteen Patients Who Changed the World
Philip A. Mackowiak

Homo Mysterious: Evolutionary Puzzles of Human Nature
David P. Barash
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How Reason Almost Lost Its Mind: The Strange Career of Cold War Rationality
Paul Erickson et al.

How to Build a Hovercraft: Air Cannons, Magnet Motors, and 25 Other Amazing DIY Science Projects
Stephen Voltz and Fritz Grobe

Mood: The Key to Understanding Ourselves and Others
Patrick M. Burke

Will You Be Alive 10 Years from Now? And Numerous Other Curious Questions in Probability. A Collection of Not So Well-Known Mathematical Mind-Benders (with Solutions, with One Exception)
Paul J. Nahin

Think: Why You Should Question Everything
Guy P. Harrison

Was Hitler a Darwinian? Disputed Questions in the History of Evolutionary Theory
Robert J. Richards

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  4 comments for “Interesting New Books Vol 3

  1. One Eyed Jack
    November 29, 2013 at 8:28 AM

    Curse you, you evil temptress! Good book suggestions coupled with Amazon one-click purchasing… it’s to much to resist!

  2. Chris Howard
    November 29, 2013 at 10:09 AM

    Hitler believed in evolution, and Torquemada believed in God. So what?

    Now “Think: Why You Should Question Everything.” sounds awesome!

  3. November 29, 2013 at 11:18 AM

    🙂 There is absolutely nothing wrong with having too many books. I suffer from this syndrome myself.

  4. Dbp
    November 29, 2013 at 6:53 PM

    I don’t think he actually did. Or if he did , he had a really broken understanding of it, which to me would mean he didn ‘t. But I haven’t read the book, so takethat assessment with a grain of salt.

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