What's Everyone Reading

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Currently reading Devil’s Chaplin by Richard Dawkins.

Also Aurora by Kim Stanley Robinson.
 

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I hardly buy hard copys anymore , so this post actually doesnt count, but i do read a lot :rolleyes:
I mostly watch science docs on you tube , its amazing how much good info is distributed by universities etc .
The latest was about fibonacci numbers , math explanations of the universe .
For the rest a lot of history, politics, nature , enginering (leonardo davinci used fiibonacci ) etc

Music also follows the fibonacci sequence by the way :) the math/ rhytm of the universe is also in sound / air vibrations
 
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Thanks for the link. I'm not familiar with that publication
I downloaded KT's book, because I wanted to get her take on General Michael Flynn's case.
The New Yorker is a weekly founded in 1926. It leans a little left of center.
 

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Gentlemen, this has swayed into the political territory and our stance here as admins is that we do not tolerate political banter on this board. This is not up for debate.

Let's get back to the topic of "What's Everyone Reading" and leave the heated discussions to other avenues that are specifically not here. Thanks and have a great evening.


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America's greatest spy story (true story). What Morris Childs was able to accomplish over 27 years will blow your mind!
 

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I hardly buy hard copys anymore , so this post actually doesnt count, but i do read a lot :rolleyes:
I mostly watch science docs on you tube , its amazing how much good info is distributed by universities etc .
The latest was about fibonacci numbers , math explanations of the universe .
For the rest a lot of history, politics, nature , enginering (leonardo davinci used fiibonacci ) etc

Music also follows the fibonacci sequence by the way :) the math/ rhythm of the universe is also in sound / air vibrations

Don't believe @Steve Williams intended a prejudice in this thread against versions of books that only exist as a series of binary numbers. The most sensible place to find Albert Einstein's book on Alexander Glazunov is an (dependent on country) open source pdf, for example.



"On Music and Musicians" by Robert A. Schumann. 1946 hardcover edition without slipcover.
 
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Don't believe @Steve Williams intended a prejudice in this thread against versions of books that only exist as a series of binary numbers. The most sensible place to find Albert Einstein's book on Alexander Glazunov is an (dependent on country) open source pdf, for example.



"On Music and Musicians" by Robert A. Schumann. 1946 hardcover edition without slipcover.

Thanks .

Brg hj
 

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Downloading eBooks via my now closed (due to Covid19) local library is the perfect solution to the ongoing SIP edict. Living in the boonies with great books and streamed music is wonderful, and relatively safe.
 
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