The Magic of Reality: How We Know What's Really True
An stylish, text-only paperback version of the New York Times bestseller that’s been hailed because the definitive authority on…everything.
Richard Dawkins, bestselling writer and the world’s so much celebrated evolutionary biologist, has spent his occupation elucidating the various wonders of technology. the following, he is taking a broader strategy and makes use of his unequalled explanatory powers to light up the ways that the realm relatively works. packed with smart idea experiments and jaw-dropping proof, The Magic of Reality explains a stunningly wide variety of normal phenomena: How outdated is the universe? Why do the continents appear like disconnected items of a jigsaw puzzle? What motives tsunamis? Why are there such a lot of forms of vegetation and animals? Who was once the 1st guy, or girl? beginning with the paranormal, legendary causes for the wonders of nature, Dawkins unearths the exhilarating clinical truths in the back of those occurrences. it is a page-turning detective tale that not just mines all of the sciences for its clues yet primes the reader to imagine like a scientist besides.