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  • Op under construction

    Post Your favourites,
    mine:
    the pleasure of finding things out - richard feynman
    the future of the brain - michio kaku
    the code book - simon singh
    love and math - edward frenkel

  • Harrison’s Principals of Internal Medicine

  • In as f***

    The brain that changes itself - Norman
    Doidge

    Dragons of Eden - Carl Sagan

    Animal ecology - Charles Elton

    The cosmic connection - Carl Sagan

  • Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman

  • Stephen Hawking’s ‘A Brief History of Time’ is an easy read

  • Godel Escher Bach

    Completely unique one of the best books ever written

  • Against Method

  • Hellapoor

    In as f***

    The brain that changes itself - Norman
    Doidge

    Dragons of Eden - Carl Sagan

    Animal ecology - Charles Elton

    The cosmic connection - Carl Sagan

    Oooo i’ve yet to read any sagan, which do you reccomend i start with?

  • Dankmustard Mobile

    Oooo i’ve yet to read any sagan, which do you reccomend i start with?

    I'd recommend dragons of Eden. Super accessible and easy to read at the same time as other books if that's your thing (just gave myself and idea for a thread lmao). But it also relates most to the other books you listed so it seems like you'd like it

  • Sloth

    Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman

    I have it but haven't read it just yet.
    Is it life changing as folk say it is?

  • Currently reading Behave by Robert Sapolsky

  • QED Feynman

  • Thunderr

    Currently reading Behave by Robert Sapolsky

    ooooo hows that? Reviews sound great

  • Dankmustard Mobile

    Op under construction

    Post Your favourites,
    mine:
    the pleasure of finding things out - richard feynman
    the future of the brain - michio kaku
    the code book - simon singh
    love and math - edward frenkel

    About to read the Code Book. Is it good?

  • raz3r

    About to read the Code Book. Is it good?

    Youre in for a f***ing treat.

    I wanna read more simon singh

    Succcccch an enjoyable sciene book. I took it right after taking game theory in uni so it paired with my current mindset soso well

  • anyone read, When Einstein met godel? thinking of picking it up

  • currently reading Sapiens by Yuval Noah Harari

  • Dankmustard Mobile

    ooooo hows that? Reviews sound great

    Pretty insightful so far. Reads like sapiens. Quite lengthy. Great for the layman’s interest in the brain and the actions behind our behaviours!

  • Sloth

    Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman

    If you liked this check out, the elephant in the brain by Robin Hanson

  • Thunderr

    Pretty insightful so far. Reads like sapiens. Quite lengthy. Great for the layman’s interest in the brain and the actions behind our behaviours!

    You might like
    Michio kaku - the future of the brain.
    Lays out the foundation for how our brains function really well, then dives deep into what he thinks the next steps are.

  • Dankmustard Mobile

    You might like
    Michio kaku - the future of the brain.
    Lays out the foundation for how our brains function really well, then dives deep into what he thinks the next steps are.

    I’ll take a look, thank you!

  • BBboii

    I have it but haven't read it just yet.
    Is it life changing as folk say it is?

    @Sloth
    Would also like to know this. Picked it up once but never got around to it.

    Might as well get it off audible while i can

  • Fidel Castro

    @Sloth
    Would also like to know this. Picked it up once but never got around to it.

    Might as well get it off audible while i can

    It can be "life changing" if you fully digest the book.

    It's really fascinating, definitely read/listen to it

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