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emeritus It is get lot of knowledge Newtons theory is for every action... There is an equal and opposite reaction... I believe that unlike the universe we live in equals for example the positive force and the negative would be subatomic particals which dont just stop with atoms and the nucleus there is an endless void of space, time, and mass that us humans have yet to comprehend or explore nicely explained sir,
thank you so much. What classes would I need to take in college to get this job Thanks for your views on some of the VSI books. I have read 41 and still counting. I find them extremely well done and get to the major points of each topic they cover. If one is interested in science, philosophy, art or history, there is a book for you in this series. Some of the books are paperback reproductions of other works in hardback that Oxford has the right to publish. Others are originals by the authors themselves. The series is like a Renaissance for anyone who has limited time and money (like everyone I know!).
However, I've got to disagree about your dislike of Alexander The Great. Wow, you don't really give your reasons for calling him "a punk", yet you like Napoleon! The former frequently incorporated the local people and leaders into being his representative rather than killing them off as most leaders have done to their subjugated. I think you have it backwards as millions died under Napoleon during "his" wars. In his short 31 years, Alexander accomplished more than most leaders would have if they were to live a millennium. More libraries established and knowledge flourished and liberties granted under Alexander than in any other era of history. Once more, he accomplished these feats under great odds with fewer men than the grand armies of Napoleon who killed off 75% of his army trying to conquer Russia! But reading these books should give you an opportunity to modify your views and that is why this series is so great to read. Thank you for sharing your collection. Do you recommend ordering them on Amazon or purchasing them from Barnes and Noble? I from India. Good collection of book I had to get a few of those VSIs for college, and I can't look at any of them without thinking of Clausewitz. I didn't realize the Very Short Introduction series covered topics like autism--that one sounds really interesting and important.
Apparently I am into Napoleonic fantasy as well because I just realized that one of my favorite books is historical fiction/fantasy set during the Napoleonic Wars! (Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell by Susanna Clarke) Though the war isn't a focus throughout the whole book.
Also the Temeraire series by Naomi Novik is a Napoleonic fantasy (with dragons!) that's supposed to be fantastic! I've read the first one and really enjoyed it but since there's like 9 books in the series I don't feel qualified to officially recommend the whole thing haha.
haha Alexander the Great as "a megalomaniac punk" is a great description. I haven't read much about him either but from what I know, I don't feel like you're exactly wrong! LOL