Stephen Moss



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The Robin: A Biography

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Fear the Survivors (The Fea...

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Planet Earth II

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Dynasties: The Rise and Fal...

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The Rookie: An Odyssey thro...

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Fear the Future (The Fear S...

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The Wren: A Biography

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Wild Kingdom: Bringing Back...

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Wild Hares and Hummingbirds...

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The Bumper Book of Nature: ...

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“A person standing in a field is actually moving at a thousand miles an hour around the Earth’s center, which is revolving around the sun at sixty-seven thousand miles per hour, which is revolving around the center of the Milky Way at a pace beggaring belief, which is hurtling outward from the point of origin at speeds faster than any craft we had ever made. ”
Stephen Moss, Fear the Future

“Occasionally some people think more with their right brains than with their left.  They are often our greatest artists.  They are also often considered insane.  But the biggest difference is with age.  We forget how to listen to our right brains with time.  We imprison them with logic and prejudice until our greatest source of creativity and brilliance is locked behind a wall of assumption and primitive common sense, and then it is heard only as an echo.”
Stephen Moss, Fear the Survivors

“The splitting of the human mind down the middle was one of those foibles of evolution that had no practical application, but because it had no downsides great enough to have prompted natural selection to weed it out, it had remained. ”
Stephen Moss, Fear the Survivors

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