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Rat-tail Curves

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Throughout the rise of humankind we have always faced new horizons. The humanoids in the next forest or the the Neanderthals in the nearby cave, . . . . The land of other Homo sapiens across the river, or the mysterious country on the far side of the mountain range. What about the reports of even more far-away lands, and of terra firma beyond the oceans great?
And what if
Kindle Edition, 280 pages
Published June 11th 2017
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Jack Stark
Jan 14, 2018 rated it did not like it
This is bad. It's full of highly offensive phrases and passages aimed at younger people in particular. Within the first 10% the author states that college people are not old enough to write anything of significance or quality. Which is somewhat ironic really, as this book is nothing more than a bunch of disorganised drivel written by a cantankerous fool. Avoid this, and avoid this 'author'. ...more
J.D. DeHart
Dec 30, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Rat-Tail Curves is philosophic and historical without forgetting its first intention to be a readable and enjoyable book. Author James Ostby shows his talent for writing clearly throughout the work.
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James Ostby grew up on the barren High Plains of northeastern Montana, on the farm homesteaded by his grandparents in 1912. He holds a bachelor of science degree in general studies, a bachelor of science in film and television production, and a minor in history. He was a personnel psychology specialist in the army in the mid '60s, has worked in public and commercial television, and was the owner ...more

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