Category Archives: Book Reviews

UNSTOPPABLE: Bill Nye, book review

As a self-proclaimed critical thinking nerd, Bill Nye balances optimism and scientific curiosity, to turn all obstacles into opportunities, so that possibilities of our world become limitless in his new book UNSTOPPABLE. Just as World War II called an earlier generation to greatness, so the climate crisis is calling today’s rising youth to action: to create a better future. Nye comes off

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Genius of Dogs: Book Review

In college I took both an Animal Cognition class and an Animal Behavior class. Animal cognition studies the mental capabilities where as animal behavior looks at the physical, sometimes more measurable, traits an animal performs. Both professors stated that there is a lot of great research on animal intelligence. They also both stated that performing research on domestic companion animals

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