Published: New York : Harper Perennial, c2007 Edition: 1st ed Description: xiii, 333 p. ; 21 cm ISBN/ISSN: 9780061345777 (pbk.), 0061345776 (pbk.), Language: English
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The theory of everything / Manifold destiny / Looking for the lie / Face blind / Stereo Sue / Probing a mind for a cure / A depression switch? / With lasers and daring, doctors race to save a young man's brain / Being there / God or gorilla / The score / Truth and consequences / The man on the table was 97, but he devised the surgery / Butterfly lessons / In ancient fossils, seeds of a new debate on warming / John Koza has built an invention machine / Mind games / Schweitzer's dangerous discovery / Cooking for eggheads / Hollywood's science guru / Introduction /
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