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The Lives of a Cell by Lewis Thomas
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Apr 09, 12

bookshelves: science, influential-books
Read in January, 1980

An eye opening look at the beauty and complexity of all life. My thoughts re: evolution were refined and curiosity stimulated. I began to see my world in a very different way, and, this view persists.

As our understanding of DNA developed, I had a basis to put it in perspective.

An elegant presentation of complex phenomenon.

LB 2012

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