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- Robert Gilmore, Alice in Quantumland
- "An allegory for Quantum Physics". An extremely
enjoyable--and surprisingly instructive--book.
- Neal Stephenson, Cryptonomicon
- The ultimate geek book, maybe. Information Theory,
industrial espionage, World War II spy games, the Internet and hidden
- Umberto Eco, Foucault's Pendulum .
- A story encompassing 500 years of a "plan"... and of
the history of science--and para-science.
- Carl Sagan, The Demon-Infested World: Science as a Candle
in the Dark
- A must read for everyone that would be in the
machinery of science, about this "technological" society of ours and its
misconceptions or outright resistance to science.
- Richard Feynman, Feynman Lectures in Physics
- Feynman might be the best-known physics teacher of
our century, and these are well-worth looking into.
- Richard Adams, Watership Down
- A surprisingly gripping tale about... rabbits, of
all animals, that were forced to leave their warren and establish
another. A classic.
- Joseph Heller, Catch 22
- Might very well be the book of World War II...
- T.H. White, The Once and Future King
- A very interesting and original take of the Arthurian story.
- Sergei Rachmaninoff, Prelude #1 in C-sharp minor
- Modest Mussorsky, Night on the Bare Mountain
- Edward Grieg, Piano Concerto #1 (in A, I think)
- Heather Alexander, Wanderlust
- Johann Sebastian Bach, The Well-Tempered Klavier
- Frederic Chopin, Ballade #1 for the Piano
- The Beatles, Abbey Road
- Rimsky-Korsakoff, Scherezade