The Case for Blunders

"Brilliant Blunders, by Mario Livio, is a lively account of five wrong theories proposed by five great scientists during the last two centuries. These examples give for nonexpert readers a good picture of the way science works. The inventor of a brilliant idea cannot tell whether it is right or wrong." Full review @ The Case for Blunders by Freeman Dyson | The New York Review of Books

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