Winner of the 2010 royal society prize for science books powerful new research methods are providing fresh and vivid insights into the makeup of life. I had a lot of fun reading this book up until the end when i started to worry about the authors propensity towards exaggeration and speculation. Nick lane is a biochemist in the department of genetics evolution and environment at university college london and leads the ucl origins of life program. Night followed day in swift succession on earth at that time a day lasted for only five or six hours the planet spun madly on its axis the moon hung heavy and threatening in the sky far closer and so looking much bigger than today. In life ascending lane painstakingly brings his readers up to speed on the latest scientific insights into 10 great evolutionary inventions among them the origin of life itself dna
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