Evolution and the Science of Creation

Book - 2015
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"Sparked by a controversial debate in February 2014, Bill Nye has set off on an energetic campaign to spread awareness of evolution and the powerful way it shapes our lives. In Undeniable: Evolution and the Science of Creation, he explains why race doesn't really exist; evaluates the true promise and peril of genetically modified food; reveals how new species are born, an a dog kennel and in a London subway; takes a stroll through 4.5 billion years of time; and explores the new search for alien life, including aliens right here on Earth. With infectious enthusiasm, Bill Nye shows that evolution is much more than a rebuttal to creationism; it is an essential way to understand how nature works - and to change the world. It might also help you get a date on a Saturday night"--Back cover.
Publisher: New York :, St. Martin's Griffin,, 2015
Edition: First St. Martin's Griffin edition
ISBN: 9781250074225
Characteristics: xii, 335 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Additional Contributors: Powell, Corey S. 1966-


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Sep 21, 2017

Don't read! No creditable evidence for evolution as the creation of our universe. If you want to read the truth, try reading "Undeniable" by Douglas Axe.

Jun 13, 2017

A well-written account of a debate with creationism Ken Hamm.

Dec 06, 2016

Elicits my favourite reactionary tag yet: “unbelievebly stupid”

Apr 15, 2016

This is a great book that sums up the knowledge humans have attained through science and is not an attack on religion as people claim. If you have the patience to stick with this, he explains his stance and the ideas behind the evolutionary theory, but one must actually read the whole book not just some of the book. This book is not for people looking for university level physics theory. See your closest research univeristy for that.

Apr 12, 2016

I think this is a great book. Easy to understand and very captivating.

Jan 07, 2016

Not especially well written. He does give an interesting description of deep time involving a map of the continental US showing a path beginning in San Diego and ending in Boston. The beginning point represents the age of earth, 4.5 billion years ago, and the shore near Boston represents the sum of human history on earth. He also gives a lot of examples of the variety of species that have come and gone throughout time.

Oct 30, 2015

Unconvinced. Bill Nye presents his argument in his easy style aimed at the grade 7 or 8 student. This means that it is important to not muddy the discussion with possible alternative ideas. Just make your statements as though everyone knows they are the latest in truth. There is much discussion about change within species but he never gets to species making significant new creatures. The world is full of wonderful creatures which have no obvious evolutionary forebearers. He does not acknowledge any difficulties explaining these at all. Lots of bold statements about the history of nature and some snide remarks about "science deniers", lots of guessing how things might have come to be but very little real details about any well established facts of evolution. Mostly bluster, I think. Not one of the Science Guy's better books. He is better at describing the science of everyday things.

Sep 29, 2015

I <3 The Science Guy!!!

Jun 28, 2015

For the novice who wants to no more about the science behind climate change and human history, this book is necessary. Bill Nye, takes complex scientific topics of today and throughout history and makes them digestible for the "common man".

Apr 07, 2015

For a general (uneducated) readership, not much new here.

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