The Riddle of the Dinosaur The Pulitzer Prize winning science reporter of The New York Times presents here a lively introduction to many of the fascinating characters who have pursued and studied dinosaur bones and a survey of

  • Title: The Riddle of the Dinosaur
  • Author: John Noble Wilford Mark Hallett
  • ISBN: 9780394527635
  • Page: 473
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Pulitzer Prize winning science reporter of The New York Times presents here a lively introduction to many of the fascinating characters who have pursued and studied dinosaur bones, and a survey of two centuries of scientific thought on evolution The New York Times Black and white halftones.

    • Best Read [John Noble Wilford Mark Hallett] ☆ The Riddle of the Dinosaur || [Memoir Book] PDF ☆
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      Published :2018-09-14T19:20:50+00:00

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    1. Muy buen libro. Cuenta la historia de la paleontología como ciencia, desde los primeros recolectores de fósiles hastalos modernos métodos de datación magnética y radiactiva. Termina con un cúmulo de posibles soluuciones para la extinción del Jurásico, aún sin resolver, y un alegato en pro de la raza humana (que no nos terminamos de creer dada la calidad media de los programas de por la tarde en la tele). En conjunto hay demasiados datos para retener, pero ello no impide que nos podamos [...]

    2. A fun book on the history of dinosaur discoveries, the famous finds and the various theories of the extinction of the dinosaurs (was in the Yucatan comet or other reasons?). This was fun to go into the first discoveries, the discoveries from different regions and the discoveries of the social makeup of dinosaurs.

    3. Despite some years have gone by since it was published for the first time, it is very good. It is that half way between an easy-going divulgation and an only-for-full-time-scientists book, amazing for those who have good basics. I wish he could keep writing forever.

    4. The book was more of a reference book than a biography because it was containing information about the life of a reptile and how many species of reptiles there were in the past times.

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