ADDING A DIMENSION by Isaac Asimov

ADDING A DIMENSION

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Another group of Asimov essays on scientific subjects gathered this time from the Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction. The first seven on mathematical topics are highly personal, imaginative, and often intriguing, but perhaps too specialized for a general reader. The others: 3 on aspects of physics, 2 on chemistry, 2 on biology, 2 on astronomy are all of interest to the science buff and the Asimov fan, even though they are not the best Asimov. The last essay, an attempt to list the ten greatest scientists of all time, poses a challenging problem to which the author ought to devote a whole book.
Pub Date: June 5th, 1964
Publisher: Doubleday
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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 1st, 1964




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