By Chandre Dharma-wardana
This can be a hugely interdisciplinary e-book straddling physics and intricate platforms akin to residing organisms. The presentation is from the viewpoint of physics, in a way available to these attracted to clinical wisdom built-in inside of its socio-cultural and philosophical backgrounds. key parts of human realizing, specifically physics and wide awake complicated platforms, are awarded in basic language. An not obligatory technical presentation can be given in parallel the place it's wanted.
Readership: basic viewers with curiosity in physics and complicated structures biology in addition to technology teachers.
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