If you hadn't noticed last time I wrote about my reading, I enjoy reading old books, and books about old things. One of the interesting, to me, things about math/science/engineering is that it is incremental. Each generation builds on what the preceding generations learned or accomplished. Related truth is that I can read some of the best work from all people, across all of time. Books are my time machine.
Richard J. Gillings, Mathematics in the Time of the Pharoahs, Dover Books.
Ed. T. L. Heath, The Works of Archimedes, Dover Books.
Tacitus, The Agricola and the Germania, Penguin Classics.
Craig Martin, Renaissance Meteorology: Pomponazzi to Descartes, Johns Hopkins University Press.
A. S. Kompaneyets, Theoretical Physics, Dover Books.
Michael W. Shaw, Kids and Teachers, Tardigrade Science Project Book, Fresh Squeezed Publishing.
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