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The Lives of a Cell by Lewis Thomas
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Dec 09, 11

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Recommended for: Scientists; biologists
Read from October 21 to December 09, 2011 — I own a copy, read count: 1

Beautifully written by an outstanding scientist...Lewis Thomas passionately writes about our world, and all that call it home, that he so obviously loves. He deftly destroys the image of a scientist as a stuffy, dispassionate lab-rat by showing the scientist in his or her true nature...that of an inquisitive, inspired seeker viewing the world with child-like wonder.

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