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Seldom, has a book so blown my mind.
Dr Lipton takes the reader on a trip though the wonder of the single cell, the intelligence of the single cell. He examines theories pertaining to Darwin, Newton and introduces the world of quantum physics.
Highly readable, he makes the world of biology dance before your eyes. Had I delved into this book at an earlier age, I would certainly have gone into the sciences after school. This is coming from someone who spent her matric year writing "I hate science" in as many handwritings as possible, while I doodled though science lessons.
For those who ponder on the mysteries of life, the mystery of belief, this is a must.
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