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Reviewed in the United States on September 11, 2021
Sam Kean is my favorite writer to read in terms of science (I'm a former pharmaceutical chemist and award-winning chemistry teacher). One big problem with this book is that he obviously comes from an atheistic, naturalistic, materialistic, evolutionary worldview...but in this book he steal from a Biblical worldview over and over again. He sees a problem with immorality, evil in the name of science, as well as unethical methodology in science. However from an evolutionary worldview...why are any of these things wrong. I am glad that Mr. Kean understands the difference between right and wrong in the region of scientific discovery...I would simply hope he understands the inconsistency with his worldview and his great book. I ripped through it and also read the chapter on Annie Dookhan to my Experimental Science class to stress the need for ethics within their scientific laboratories. Highly recommend it.
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