Tag Archives: Andrew Robinson

Book Review: Sudden Genius?

Sudden Genius?:  The Gradual Path To Creative Breakthroughs, by Andrew Robinson If the only agenda that this author had was to support the idea that genius requires a long development, then I would have appreciated and respected this book a … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Story Of Measurement

The Story Of Measurement, by Andrew Robinson I am not sure the extent to which the author is aware of it, but he engages in an awful lot of doublespeak and it makes this book less enjoyable than it would … Continue reading

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Book Review: Cracking The Egyptian Code

Cracking The Egyptian Code:  The Revolutionary Life Of Jean-François Champollion The study of the deciphering of various ancient languages has led me to understand all the more clearly that to decipher a past language is an act that requires a … Continue reading

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