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  • 2009. 140 pages. By Chris Mooney and Sheril Kirshenbaum. They are not the most captivating science writers but this is a timely work on the disconnect between the scientific community and mainstream American society.
    $ 7 on Kindle. $2 used on Amazon.

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  • Aleta L.

    Chris Mooney is from N'awlins! I heard him speak once and he's great.

    June 4

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    A former member

    Same thing - I work evenings from M-W, but Thursday and Friday evenings and weekends work well for me. Don't have a preference on the book, either Unscientific America or the Hawking title look great. I live in the Garden District, but am willing to travel within the NOLA East Bank.

    April 25, 2011

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