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De færreste er klar over, at uden liv havde der ikke været kontinenter. Det viser sig nemlig, at livet er den stærkeste forandrende kraft på Jorden. Det har geologien afsløret, og det beretter Danmarks egen stjerneforsker indenfor geologi Minik Rosing om i sin bog.

Vi følger de opdagelser, der danner fundamentet for vores forståelse af jorden og livet som uadskillelige
Published September 11th 2018 by Gyldendal
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Nov 11, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Minik Rosing does a fantastic job of telling the story of his research career while delivering some of the details of his biggest achievements in geology. The first parts about his own life is charming and fascinating with a good sense of humor, and makes you feel like you really understand this person. He draws you in, and part of me now feel the same way as I do with close acquaintances. The second half of the book is less eloquent, and has a few annoying/unnecessary repetitions that the first ...more
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En spændende historie og fortalt på morsom og underspillet måde. Er dog sprunget over nogle af de mere tekniske afsnit, men har til gengæld nydt mødet med alle de spændende personer i bogen.
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