The Theory of Everything Else: A Voyage Into the World of the Weird – Dan Schreiber

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The author explains up front that this is a book about the history of “batshit crazy” ideas. Oddly, I downloaded it before a vacation and started reading at the same time as Simon Winchester’s book on “real” learning, so I had a somewhat schizophrenic experience for a couple of weeks. It is very entertaining, and I recommend it highly!

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