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1. What is Life? A historical perspective
2. Understanding life
3. Chemical stability and chemical reactivity
4. The origin of life problem
5. Toward a general theory of evolution
6. What is Life?
Posted December 21, 2012
This is a fascinating book that offers a compelling vision of how life develops and what it is. In a sense, the text reads like a mystery,
developing pace as it goes along and tempting one to turn to the last pages prematurely to discover the ending. Don't - the material
along the way is as insightful and you will not want to miss it.
This may also be an important step forward in our understanding of life processes, with the theory that is developed offering insights
into what a theory is and how it works, and providing food for further thought and development.
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Posted February 20, 2013
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