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The1785 Abstract ofJames Huttons Theory oftheEarth. C.Y. Craig, editor. 1997. Edinburgh University Press.

Darwin andtheBeagle. Alan Moorhead. 1983. Crescent Press.

Measuring Eternity: TheSearch fortheBeginning ofTime. Martin Gorst. 2002. Broadway Publisher.

OntheOrigins ofSpecies. Charles Darwin. 1964. Harvard University Press.

Principles ofGeology. Charles Lyell. 1990. University ofChicago Press.

Seashell onaMountaintop: How Nicolas Steno Solved anAncient Mystery andCreated aScience oftheEarth. Alan Cutler. 2004.

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Thediscovery ofmicroorganisms byRobert Hooke andAntoni van Leeuwenhoek, fellows oftheRoyal Society. H. Gest. Notes Rec. R. Soc. Lond. (2004) 58: 187201.doi: 10.1098/rsnr.2004.0055.

Microbe Hunters. Paul deKruif. 1926. Harvest Press.

Micrographia Some Physiological Descriptions ofMinute Bodies Made byMagnifying Glasses with Observations andInquiries Thereupon. Robert Hooke. 1665. Reprinted 2010.

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TheAge ofEverything: How Science Explores thePast. Mathew Hedman. 2007. University ofChicago Press.

Darwins Lost World: TheHidden History ofAnimal Life. Martin Brasier. 2010. Oxford University Press.

Life onaYoung Planet: TheFirst Three Billion Years ofEvolution onEarth. Andrew Knoll. 2004. Princeton University Press.

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Aquatic Photosynthesis. P.G. Falkowski andJ.A. Raven. 2007. Princeton University Press.

Lifes Ratchet: How Molecular Machines Extract Order from Chaos. Peter M. Hoffmann. 2012. Basic Books.

Theres plenty ofroom atthebottom: Aninvitation toenter anew field ofphysics. R.P. Feynman. 1960. - http://www.zyvex.com/nanotech/feynman.html.

What IsLife? ThePhysical Aspect oftheLiving Cell. Edwin Schrodinger. 1944. Cambridge University Press. - http://whatislife.stanford.edu/LoCo_files/What-is-Life.pdf.

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Cradle ofLife: TheDiscovery ofEarths Earliest Fossils. J. William Schopf. 1999. Cambridge University Press.

Eating theSun: How Plants Power thePlanet. Oliver Morton. 2007. HarperCollins.

Oxygen: AFour Billion Year History. D.E. Canfield. 2014. Princeton University Press.

Oxygen, TheMolecule That Made theWorld. Nick Lane. 2002. Oxford University Press.

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Microcosmos: Four Billion Years ofMicrobial Evolution. Lynn Margulis andDorian Sagan. 1997. University ofCalifornia Press.

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Lives ofaCell: Notes ofaBiology Watcher. Lewis Thomas. 1978. Penguin Press.

Power, Sex, Suicide: Mitochondria andtheMeaning ofLife. Nick Lane. 2005. Oxford University Press.

Wonderful Life: TheBurgess Shale andtheNature ofHistory. Stephen J. Gould. 1989. W.W. Norton.

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TheAlchemy ofAir: AJewish Genius, aDoomed Tycoon, andtheScientific Discovery That Fed theWorld but Fueled theRise ofHitler. Thomas Hager. 2008. Three Rivers Press.

From Hand toMouth: TheOrigins ofHuman Language. Michael C. Corballis. 2003. Princeton University Press.

TheGenesis ofGerms: TheOrigin ofDiseases andtheComing Plagues. Alan L. Gillen. 2007. Master Books.

Microbes andSociety. Benjamin Weeks. 2012. Jones andBartlett Learning.

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TheDouble Helix: APersonal Account oftheDiscovery oftheStructure ofDNA. James D. Watson. 1976. Scribner Classics.

Introduction toSystems Biology: Design Principles ofBiological Circuits. UriAlon. 2006. Chapman andHall/CRC Press.

Life attheSpeed ofLight. J. Craig Venter. 2013. Viking.

Regenesis: How Synthetic Biology Will Reinvent Nature andOurselves. George Church andEdward Regis. 2014. Basic Books.

Rosalind Franklin andDNA. Anne Sayre. 1975. W.W. Norton.

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HowtoFind aHabitable Planet. James Kasting. 2010. Princeton University Press.

TheLife ofSuper-Earths: How theHunt forAlien Worlds andArtificial Cells Will Revolutionize Life onOur Planet. Dimitar Sasselov. 2012. Basic Books.

Rare Earth: Why Complex Life IsUncommon intheUniverse. Peter Ward andDonald Brownlee. 2000. Copernicus Books.

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