Force of Nature: The Life of Linus Pauling

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Force of Nature: The Life of Linus Pauling

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Rating : 4.33 (894 Votes)
Asin : 0684809095
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 720 Pages
Publish Date : 2015-10-08
Language : English

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Force of science and humanity Ash Jogalekar There are very few scientists in history who can truly be called 'giants'. Two times Nobel Prize winner Linus Pauling was undoubtedly one of them, and also a great humanitarian. In this biography, Thomas Hager brings a fine perspective to the life of this remarkable man.Hager puts every part . william r. ott said If you liked the movie, Forest Gump, you'll love this. Linus Pauling loved America. Born in the USA in 1901, of humble, working parents, he was a winner of two Nobel Prizes and a witness and participant in almost all the grand events of the "If you liked the movie, Forest Gump, you'll love this" according to william r. ott. Linus Pauling loved America. Born in the USA in 1901, of humble, working parents, he was a winner of two Nobel Prizes and a witness and participant in almost all the grand events of the 21st century: the discovery of quantum physics, the gradual understanding of how chemistry works, the disco. 1st century: the discovery of quantum physics, the gradual understanding of how chemistry works, the disco. jo said a very exciting lifevery well written. I found this book in a used book store and bought it becasue Iwas familiar with the name Linus Pauling, but really didn't know anything about him, and because on the cover he had the rosiest cheeks I had every seenin his 70's. After reading this book I learned how heroic this man was. How he

He decried the internment of Japanese-Americans in World War Two, agitated against nuclear weapons, promoted vitamin C as a cure for the common cold and researched the idea of DNA.. A biography of Paulding who roamed across the scientific disciplines, from chemistry to biology to medical research

Though a self-professed lover of humanity, Pauling practically ignored his own children. Drawing on scores of interviews with Pauling, his family and his colleagues, and on the two-time Nobel Prize-winner's papers, Hager limns a fiercely competitive, emotionally constricted man, irreverent, audacious, sometimes self-righteous and bullying?a more complex figure than his public persona of maverick idealist. . Drawing on a trove of newly declassified government documents, Hager tells the full story of the FBI's harassment and intimidation of Pauling for hi

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