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Science and Religion in Fiction Book Club: "Galileo's­ Dream"

Kim Stanley Robinson "Galileo's Dream" Your coordinator is Elze Hamilton.

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  • Elze H

    We thought it could have been a good novel on Galileo's life and his maneuverings around the church's prohibition of his teachings; but Galileo's gratuitous, pointless encounters with people from the future and New Age'y, quantum mumbo-jumbo-powered alien minds detracted from the book. Those scenes played hardly any role in the book, because they don't affect the plot development much.

    December 31, 2010

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