Stutz, Bruce
December 1998
Natural History;Dec98/Jan99, Vol. 107 Issue 10, p4
Illustrates how scientists interprets the nature. How scientists such as Albert Einstein, Charles Darwin and Sigmund Freud influenced our concepts of the physical world; Discussion on the views of scientists Simon Conway Morris and Stephen Jay Gould on the fossils of Canada's Burgess Shale.


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