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  • Alex

    Broca's Brain Reflections on the Romance of Science Characters ã 2 Broca's Brain Reflections on the Romance of ScienceIt's very hard to give a review and rating for the entirety of this book From chapter to chapter it feels disjointed and varies uite a bit in both content and uality I seem forced to review the different parts and chapters individually The first part of the book titled Science and Human Concern and encompassing the first four chapters showcases Sagan's elouent and brilliant writing especially well In these chapters I learned new things and gained a new appreciation for Einstein's incredible mind; One would be hard pressed to argue the book doesn't start off strong The next part called The Paradoxers starts of well enough explaining and refuting various pseudoscientific and paranormal beliefs But in chapter 7 Sagan spends over 50 pages refuting the claims made in a specific book called Worlds in Collision written by a specific author named Velik


  • Ana

    Broca's Brain Reflections on the Romance of Science Characters ã 2 Broca's Brain Reflections on the Romance of Sciencei'm amazed that i was able to understand three uarters of this book with little or no help at all from any outside source there were times when i had to use the dictionary or find someone on the internet who can explain physics to a near idiot in the domain; even so i can give myself a pat on the back for this one of course sagan writes for the masses and this here is not real science but like an introduction to it a


  • Nandakishore Varma

    Broca's Brain Reflections on the Romance of Science Characters ã 2 Broca's Brain Reflections on the Romance of ScienceMiscellaneous writings by Carl Sagan I read it immediately after Cosmos was aired on Doordarshan the national TV channel of India Sagan is a great explainer reading him will automatically engender a love for science


  • David (דוד)

    Broca's Brain Reflections on the Romance of Science Characters ã 2 Broca's Brain Reflections on the Romance of ScienceA re read after 13 years certainly was worth the effort for at least a few chapters Although a lot of information must be now updated considering this being a 1979 updated edition this book must have been intense at that time An entire section is dedicated to debunking Paradoxers which occupies than a uarter of the book especially on Immanuel Velikovsky's theoriesCertain introducto


  • Hamid

    Broca's Brain Reflections on the Romance of Science Characters ã 2 Broca's Brain Reflections on the Romance of ScienceConsidering this book was written forty years ago it's a masterpiece In it Carl Sagan covers a range of different topics In one whole chapter which I think is the bul


  • Jake

    Broca's Brain Reflections on the Romance of Science Characters ã 2 Broca's Brain Reflections on the Romance of ScienceMuseums have an inner world that the public never sees In one of these hideaways Carl Sagan was permitted to view the brain of Paul Broca a surgeon who died in 1880 As Dr Sagan looked at the cerebral remains of one of his heroes he had this thought “It was difficult to hold Broca’s brain without wondering whether in some sense Broca was still in there”Sagan wondered at a possible future where technology would allow us to download Broca’s memories And then he wrote something that struck me In considering the opportunity to literally read a mind Sagan posited “It would be the ultimate breach of privacy”I was a bit awed at Sagan’s willingness to troubleshoot the ethics of his own pipedream After all what if we could tap the intelligence of brilliant men and wom


  • Jay

    Broca's Brain Reflections on the Romance of Science Characters ã 2 Broca's Brain Reflections on the Romance of ScienceThis should be a school textbook The world would be a better place


  • Rita

    Broca's Brain Reflections on the Romance of Science Characters ã 2 Broca's Brain Reflections on the Romance of ScienceIt took me a lot time than I expected mainly because I kept checking for update information about most of the interesting topics I still love Carl Sagan's writing though


  • Jim

    Broca's Brain Reflections on the Romance of Science Characters ã 2 Broca's Brain Reflections on the Romance of ScienceI read most of Carl Sagan's Broca's Brain Reflections on the Romance of Science while I was in Guatemala in January I had never read any of Sagan's work before and rather like well written popularizations of science Some of the chapters were however well beyond my own knowledge; but I soldiered through them


  • William

    Broca's Brain Reflections on the Romance of Science Characters ã 2 Broca's Brain Reflections on the Romance of ScienceI've been on a Sagan kick but this was a tough read to get through The book is a little technical but even tedious in sections discussing in depth discoveries of the 1950s and 1960s The best parts of the book reuire a grasping understand of the nature of present day astronomy to compare and contrast with what Sagan thinks will occur Ever the optimist it is a little disappointing to realize that we have not come close to the explorations that Sagan envisioned in the late 1970s Some of his hopes have been achieved and he would have been awed by the discoveries made by the Cassini and Huygens probes making this book bittersweet knowing that he will never have the opportunity to comment on today's discovery A suggestion for future readers would be just to skip the vivisection of Dr Velikovsky unless you want an example of what would happen to the likes of homeopathy or astrology if scientists truly decided to turn their attention to those f