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History of Life CD-ROM

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History of Life CD-ROM
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By: Ransom
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"Aimed not just at children but at adults who sat at the back in science lessons, the History of Life explains where scientists thinks we came from and sets their views in the context of their predecessors [...] There are 11 main ideas: subjects such as Genes, Chromosomes and DNA, the Origins of Man and Memes [...] It's incredible that subjects as complicated as these can be explained with such clarity, brevity and wit."
- Georgia Cameron-Clarke, Daily Telegraph

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