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Posted June 21, 2001
Different from Connections, but still great
'The Day the Universe Changed' has a main treatise that science is not objective, that our measurements are biased by our current models of the universe and that without those models, it would be impossible to ask even the simplest of questions. In an attempt to prove this, Burke centers the chapters not just on some sort of connection, but on the way new better measurements blew away old ways of thinking that were completely valid up to that point. As such it is different from 'Connections' but still quite valuable.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.