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What's Eating the Universe?

by Rebecca Foster

Dark matter, black holes, dark energy: with all this shadowy terminology in play, it’s no wonder when laypeople find cosmology off-putting, so What’s Eating the Universe? illumines the mysteries of quantum physics in a nonthreatening... Read More

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Four-Fifths a Grizzly

by Rebecca Foster

Everything is connected, says wildlife journalist Douglas Chadwick in "Four-Fifths a Grizzly". From the minuscule to the large scale, the book explores how knowledge of these connections can help us to reverse the land degradation and... Read More

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Vintage Shops London

by Rebecca Foster

Designer Michelle Mason, the cofounder of the East London vintage shop Mason & Painter, delivers "Vintage Shops London", a thorough introduction to where savvy shoppers can find “pre-loved” bargains. Secondhand shopping is a... Read More

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Sexuality

by Rebecca Foster

Cultural messages about what is “normal” or acceptable stifle variety, induce shame, and keep people from discovering their true identity, Meg-John Barker and Jules Scheele argue in Sexuality: A Graphic Guide. Blending narratives... Read More

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