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A collection of what, today, would be doctoral theses relating to natural history and it's study. He felt closer to mechanical engineering, but saw physiology as it's counterpart, and did tolerate the push into medicine. Following a tour as ship's surgeon, he was then pushed unhappily into paleontology with the Royal Society, and served in that capacity for 31 years. These essays arise from that service.
Roland Sickenberger did quite well in his narration of this rather dry material by providing the voice of an invested lecturer.
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Wonderful travel back into the 1800's for a scientific view from one of the most famous naturalists. Wonderfully simple explanation of the scientific method and its daily used. Educates people on how their daily decisions and observations are extensions of the scientific method. Enjoyed it thoroughly. I received this audiobook from the author narrator or publisher for free via audiobookblast in exchange for an unbiased review
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