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My Reading List from 2014

5 Jan 2015, 01:20 UTC
My Reading List from 2014
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A short summary of the books I've read in 2014, some for research related to this site and other (including work) projects, some for entertainment. This doesn't include about 100 research papers. Scientific & TechnicalCoverTitleAuthorsISBN Mission to Mars: My Vision for Space Exploration Buzz Aldrin outlines a scenario for sending humans to colonize Mars on a regular basis. I have an autographed copy. Buzz Aldrin, Leonard David1426210175 Astronomy-Inspired Atomic and Molecular Physics (Astrophysics and Space Science Library) Explorations in atomic physics inspired by solutions to problems in astrophysics. It will provide more information for my next iteration of "Cosmos in Your Pocket". A.R. Rau1402004672 Python for Data Analysis: Data Wrangling with Pandas, NumPy, and IPython Wes McKinney1449319793 Is Mars Habitable?In 1907, Alfred Russel Wallace examines Percival Lowell's ideas of a Mars teeming with life. A fascinating examination of just how much we knew about Mars in the early 1900s. Alfred Russel WallaceGutenberg.org Introduction to Comets (Cambridge Planetary Science) This book was one of my primary references for tracking down resources to deal with Electric Comet claims. It has also provided substantial information for some Young-Earth creationist comet claims. John C. Brandt, Robert D. Chapman0521004667 Comets: A Chronological History of Observation, ...

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