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Go to: The Magic of Reality - paperback release June 21

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Comment 7 by Richard Dawkins :

Comment 3 by memetical :

Dear Prof D, I hope they corrected that prism perspective error on page150? (Prof D,"What prism error?") Actually, I think the slit card is at the wrong angle. The slit should be rotated 90 deg - in the vertical position - to allow ONLY red light thru! (Prof D, "Oh God, so it is.") Me thinks Sir Isaac is turning 'redfaced' under his apple tree. A pair of grey herons gently glided over my very green cricket square today. No blue skies yet.

This is the paperback (and Kindle) edition without illustrations, so the problem doesn't arise.

Comment 5 by Quine :

Hope they corrected the 536,447,737,765,488,792,839,237,440,000 error on page 27.

Yes.

Richard

So the paperback has not illustrations. But the cover mentions "Ilustrated by Dave McKean".

Fri, 03 Aug 2012 04:52:14 UTC | #950381

Go to: So Britain's a Christian Nation?

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Comment 4 by Rawhard Dickins :

Oh yes! We all believe Jesus was the son of a man who single-handedly made the universe and was born of a celibate couple and could perform conjuring tricks that could rival modern performances!

Fri, 17 Feb 2012 06:26:29 UTC | #918651

Go to: Look forward to the death of organized religion: Richard Dawkins

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We Indians have a strange belief in religion and God. We don't reject any scientific discovery which debunks our superstitions but we still continue following them. Like, I know so many Indians who perfectly know how Lunar or Solar eclipse occurs but will still not drink or eat during an eclipse. No one in India criticises the theory of evolution like the religious in the west, but still there are so many who believe the complex hindu rituals can miraculously improve their lives.

Tue, 24 Jan 2012 08:58:56 UTC | #911053

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