Considering questions such as 'Where did language come from?' and 'Do animals know they exist?', Michael Hanlon explores possible theories and dispatches a few of the less likely ones in his quest to fill the gaping holes that science is littered with.
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Michael Hanlon is Science Editor at The Daily Mail. He is the author of Eternity: Our Next Billion Years and The Science of the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.Review:
'A lovely book...you hear some pretty class stories' - Anita Anand, BBC Radio Five Live
'I thoroughly recommend this book to anyone with an enquiring mind, or the desire to scrape the surface of popular wisdom to see what lies beneath. An entertaining and enlightening read, we can only wait for 10 More Questions Science Can't Answer (Yet).' - Alexis (Al) Lambourne, Materials Today
'...for anyone interested in the greatest mysteries about our lives, universe(s) and selves, this is the most engaging, yet manageable book of the decade. A must buy.' Business and Finance Ireland
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Descripción Ediciones Paidós, 2008. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería 0685