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This is a very sharp-looking
package: nice cover, great paper stock, good font and text layout. The text
itself is well written; the author explains complex
ideas in clear, easy-to-understand language. He also makes good use of examples
to illustrate his points.
I am struck by the
force and clarity of your exposition of the old and still fertile idea of the
Frederick Turner, Founders Professor of Arts and Humanities
University of Texas at Dallas
Carolyn Raffensperger, Editor
The Science and Environmental Health Network
I found the book most helpful.
You explain the arrival of thermodynamic concepts in a most human way and then
go on to use them to address our current predicament. Thank you for your
Chellis Glendinning, Ph.D. Author of <My Name is Chellis, and I'm in Recovery from Western Civilization>
The Science of Disorder is
sometimes iconoclastic, inherently interesting, exceptionally well written, and
a highly recommended addition to Environmental Studies, General Science, and
Human Ecology Studies reading lists and reference collections.
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Midwest Book Review (Oregon, Wisconsin, USA)
Beyond doubt, The Science
of Disorder is an important contribution in helping the layman to understand
the significance of the Laws of Thermodynamics pertaining to their wide
application affecting every facet of our lives.
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Norm Goldman, Editor of the book reviewing and author interviewing site, bookpleasures.com
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