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Cosmic Calendar: The Big Bang to Your Consciousness

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Cosmic Calendar is a graphic modern science guide that relates science to a teenager's world. Our bodies, our minds, our world, our universe-where they came from, how they work, and how desperately we need to understand them to make our own decisions about our own lives. This guide includes physics-no equations except for E=mc2, natural history, physical laws of the univer ...more
Paperback, 130 pages
Published September 14th 2009 by Bick Publishing House (first published 2009)
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Dodie
Sep 08, 2009 rated it it was amazing
Teens don't have much choice when it comes to finding books that connect science to their day-to-day life, much less one in graphic novel format. Indeed, the cover illustration aptly depicts the way many young adults may feel as they navigate the path through adolescence to responsible adulthood. Beginning with an overview of the origin of the universe, Carlson will make readers comfortable with her gentle yet probing tone, and Nathalie Lewis' illustrations are a perfect match, affectionately de ...more
Dale Carlson


COSMIC CALENDAR
From the Big Bang to Your Consciousness

By Dale Carlson
Edited by Kishore Khairnar, Physicist
Illustrations by Nathalie Lewis

Graphic Teen Guide to modern science relates science to teenager's world.

Our minds, our bodies, our world, our universe-where they came from, how they work, and how desperately we need to understand them to make our own decisions about our own lives.

• Teen guide to modern science
• Physics (no equations except for E-mc2)
• Natural history, physical laws of the u
...more
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