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Author Cox, Brian, 1968- author.

Title Wonders of Life [electronic resource] : Exploring the Most Extraordinary Phenomenon in the Universe / Brian Cox.

Publication Info. [Place of publication not identified] : HarperCollins, [2013]


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Summary In Wonders of Life : Exploring the Most Extraordinary Force in the Universe, the definitive companion to the Discovery Science Channel series, Professor Brian Cox takes us on an incredible journey to discover the most complex, diverse, and unique force in the universe: life itself. Through his voyage of discovery, international bestselling author Brian Cox explains how the astonishing inventiveness of nature came about and uncovers the milestones in the epic journey from the origin of life to our own lives, with beautiful full-color illustrations throughout. From spectacular fountains of superheated water at the bottom of the Atlantic to the deepest rainforest, Cox seeks out the places where the biggest questions about life may be answered: What is life? Why do we need water? Why does life end? Physicist and professor Brian Cox uncovers the secrets of life in the most unexpected locations and in the most stunning detail in this beautiful full-color volume.
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Subject Evolution (Biology)
Life (Biology)
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author Cohen, Andrew (Scientist), author.
Science Channel (Television network)
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Added Title Wonders of life : exploring the most extraordinary phenomenon in the universe
Other Form: Print version: Cox, Brian, 1968- Wonders of life. New York, NY : Harper Design, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, [2013] 9780062238832 (DLC)2013427909
ISBN 9780062241788 (e-pub)
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