Science with a Human Face: In Honor of Roger Randall Revelle in Honor of Roger Randall Revelle
Harvard School of Public Health, Frangois-Xav
August 01, 1997
6.03 X 0.67 X 9.02 inches | 1.01 pounds
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About the Author
Peter Rogers is a bipedal primate living in California, and has been using his brain for at least the last five years or so. He has also spent the last twenty years developing and writing business systems, user manuals, and outlining best practices in a variety of settings. As such, he has come to the dubious conclusion (without even counting on his toes) that he is eminently qualified to write a book about using a brain. Unfortunately, due to significant errors in his upbringing (sorry Mom & Dad), and in his education (sorry Western Washington University), he is wired all wrong. As such, he has attempted to develop a humorous book on critical thinking without the sound backing of a team of philosophers, scientists, theologians, lawyers, artists, and clowns.