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Theories for Everything  
Author Bruce Stutz, John Langone and Andrea Gianopoulos
Publisher National Geographic Society
Publication date 2006
Media type Print (Leather Cover and Hard Cover versions)
Pages 408(Deluxe Version)
ISBN 0-7922-3912-1
OCLC Number 70232302
Dewey Decimal 509 22
LC Classification Q125 .L29 2006

Theories for Everything subtitled An Illustrated History of Science, From the Invention of Numbers to String Theory is a book, published by the National Geographic Society which details the history of science from its earliest beginnings to the latest discoveries. Available in two versions, Deluxe and Standard, it was available through order to National Geographic members and on the online shop. It was co-authored by Bruce Stutz, Andrea Gianopoulos and John Langone to whom it was dedicated to. The book is subdivided into six chapters, each focusing on a specific area of science and highlights the achievements of past scientists.

Chapters

  • Introduction - Bruce Stutz
  • The Heavens - Andrea Gianopoulos
  • The Human Body - John Langone
  • Matter and Energy - Bruce Stutz
  • Life Itself - Bruce Stutz
  • Earth and Moon - Andrea Gianopoulos
  • Mind and Behaviour - John Langone

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