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In Bryson's biggest book he confronts his greatest challenge to understand—and if possible answer—the oldest biggest questions we have posed about the universe and ourselves Taking as territory everything from the Big Bang to the rise of civilization Bryson seeks to understand how we got from there being nothing at all to there being us To that end he has attached himself to a host of the world’s most advanced and often obsessed archaeologists anthropologists and mathematicians travelling to their offices laboratories and field camps He has read or tried to read their books pestered them with questions apprenticed himself to their powerful minds A Short History of Nearly Everything is the record of this quest and it is a sometimes profound sometimes funny and always supremely clear and entertaining adventure in the realms of human knowledge as only Bill Bryson can render it Science has never been involving or entertaining


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    A Short History of GoodreadsSurveys show that nearly 40% of all Americans believe the history of literature started in 2007 when sold the first Kindle indeed Fundamentalists hold it as an article of faith that Jeff Bezos actually wrote all the world's e books over a period of six days This is of course nonsense It has been conclusively demonstrated that literature is far older than the Kindle books already existed thousands of years ago which were the direct ancestors of today's e publications For example careful examination reveals that The Odyssey and The Gospel according to Saint Mark are primitive versions of Percy Jackson and the Sea of Monsters and Bared to You Similar relationships have been shown to obtain for all modern booksProblems arise however from the fact that these archaic protobooks still exist today indeed some have adapted to the e reader environment and begun to thrive there It is entirely too easy for an unsuspecting internet shopper to purchase a copy of Pride and Prejudice incorrectly believing that it is part of the Twilight series From the standpoint of formal literary theory it is admittedly incorrect to say that Pride and Prejudice is worse than Twilight They are simply different neither one is worse than the other since they have developed in different environments From a practical point of view however a person who buys a Jane Austen novel is almost certain to be disappointed There are no vampires or werewolves sex is barely even hinted at most upsettingly of all the book will be full of long sentences and difficult words The combination of these factors can only lead to an intensely unpleasant reading experience which may discourage the reader from making new purchases for days or even weeks afterwards Particularly given the fragile state of the US economy this is evidently not an acceptable state of affairsPeople have always exchanged recommendations and warnings with their friends but it became clear that a systematic approach was needed There had to be a place where book consumers could post advice and help each other avoid these infuriating mistakes so that everyone could be sure of reading nothing but up to the minute YA erotic paranormal romances Thus was born GoodreadsThis work by Manny is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 30 Unported License