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No One May Ever Have the Same Knowledge Again : Letters to Mt. Wilson… (edition 1993)

by Sarah (editor) Simons (Author)

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Title:No One May Ever Have the Same Knowledge Again : Letters to Mt. Wilson Observatory, 1915
Authors:Sarah (editor) Simons (Author)
Info:Society for the Diffusion of Useful Information Press (1993)
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No One May Ever Have the Same Knowledge Again : Letters to Mt. Wilson Observatory, 1915 by Sarah Simons

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This book is a collection of letters written to the astronomers of the Mount Wilson Observatory in California in the early decades of the twentieth century. The letters were written by people with little or no scientific background, and highlight many alternative (or if your not feeling charitable kooky) views of science.
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