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1139 I love this book! It's gross and funny and fascinating!
the Classics (1 new)
Dec 20, 2010 06:08PM

1139 comming soon...discussion on classic science reads
Dec 20, 2010 05:50PM

1139 Just wanted to let group members know that I am stepping down as a moderator, but I'm sticking around this great group!! A HUGE thank you to both David and Melissa for being awesome moderators and making this group so much more interesting. You are both great!
Sep 24, 2010 01:35PM

1139 Cool.
1139 I enjoyed Stiff...funny and informative is a good way to describe her style.
1139 As we get ready to start reading the October book, it's time to take nominations for November 2010...any ideas out there?
Sep 18, 2010 10:33AM

1139 Alex wrote: "Well, there's a bunch of books for my to-read list. We Need to Talk About Kelvin is a hilarious name. (In case you don't get that joke, it's a takeoff on the recent, much-loved [bo..."

I might read this just b/c I like the title :)
Sep 18, 2010 10:29AM

1139 Glad to have all you new folks! Our group read for October has been determined, but we will be taking suggestions and votes for the November read in about a week. Jump right in anywhere!!
Sep 08, 2010 09:39AM

1139 Alex wrote: "Interesting book, Salvatrice...but my belief is that God is by definition unprovable; any attempt to scientifically prove its existence is doomed from the get-go. God should be about faith, not ev..."

I agree...and yet, I can't seem to stop myself from reading on the topic.
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Sep 08, 2010 09:32AM

1139 Hollywood and Mars...I love that James Cameron is helping "direct" the plant exploration!!
NASA-Next Mars Rover
Sep 08, 2010 09:20AM

1139 Alex wrote: "Evenings get busy surprisingly quickly. I mean...y'know, what if Top Chef is on?"

hahaha!
sometimes i read during the comercials...top chef is ALWAYS on! (and i always watch it)
Sep 08, 2010 09:18AM

1139 Kristopher wrote: "I just realized that I never stopped to introduce myself. I'm Kristopher. I'm 34 and live in Manchester, MA (35 or so miles north of Boston) with my fiancee. I work in IT while I go to school pa..."

glad to have you!
Sep 08, 2010 09:18AM

1139 Alex wrote: "Hi everyone! My name is Alex; I live in Jamaica Plain (part of Boston) with my wife and my pit bull. And I guess there are a couple of cats, although I haven't seen them recently.

I read mostl..."


welcome to the group!
1139 I have "New Proofs for the Existence of God" sitting on my TBR shelf...though it's not strictly science...
Aug 28, 2010 12:18PM

1139 Physics (and metaphysics) I've heard this author speak and he's pretty engaging, but my physics & math abilities are not strong enough to critically evaluate his claims!

New Proofs for the Existence of God
Aug 15, 2010 11:50AM

1139 In the Afterword of Mind of the Raven, Heinrich says "this book continues where [Ravens in Winter:] left off" if you're enjoying Ravens in Winter, I strongly reccommend picking up Mind of the Raven too.
The chapter on Merlin ("Ravens in the Family") is absolutly charming!
Aug 14, 2010 04:57PM

1139 Susanna wrote: "Perhaps you need to rent a goat; I hear they eat poison ivy."

Susanna, that's a great idea! Don't know how the neighbors would feel about it, but it would work!!!
Aug 14, 2010 04:53PM

1139 Prashant wrote: "I read in jumps and starts.
I wish I could be more regular.
Between TV, internet, other hobbies, full time work schedule and an infant... I dont know when that is going to happen. I have at least 2..."


if you have a commute, grab some of those "to be read" books via audio from the library...i worked my way through several classics back when i was spending 3-4 hours/day in a car...i also keep a book w/me so i never get upset about lines or wait times...it's just "found time" for reading!
Aug 14, 2010 04:47PM

1139 Mind of the Raven is AWESOME! I suspect that Ravens in Winter is very similar as this seems to be an expansion of the earlier book. The writing style is smooth and I've totally gotten into the field experiments!
Aug 14, 2010 04:45PM

1139 This happened to me one time, but they found the book on the shelf...
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