Joined: Sep. 2006
|Quote (cogzoid @ Oct. 17 2006,21:03)|
|A while back, I remember seeing a review on Panda's Thumb for a book on how scientists measure time. Apparently it discussed everything from day to day clocks to geologic timescales. It was aimed at laymen.|
I forgot the name, and tried to search for the book on PT, but "time" is a rather common word. It's not on PZ Myers' book list, either.
Anybody vaguely remember what I'm talking about?
I think you mean this book, Bones, Rocks and Stars by Chris Turney. I haven't read it, but it's been on my reading list since PZM recommended it.