Every Generation of historians reviews and revises the work of its predecessors. We know that the best historical writers of today's generation undertake such a task. Displaying wit and depiction flair, their elegant essays offer a fresh perspective on their most fascinating group of Americans: the American Author. Who better than I could possibly write a new assessment of intellectuals, and those around them? In this age of hypothetical one-dimensional entity, "short string" theories and "Bing Bang" scientific study of the origin and structure of the universe, we're used to thinking of the unknown as incredibly distant from our every day lives. The latest theories of physics, in fact, deal with phenomena so unapproachable that we don't know if we will ever be able to run the experiments needed to test them. Because of this occurrence we have some people speaking, "the end of science". In this specially selected illustrated book many extraordinary men throughout the millions of year's history of Man could not have imagined that they made it possible for ordinary people to live and survive on Planet Earth. L. D. Virgilio - Author
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Published November 13, 2009
Education & Reference, History.