Donna Marie Smith

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The Death of Truth: How Big Tech Gave Snake Oil Salesmen and Demagogues the Weapons To Destroy Trust and Polarize the World—And What We Can Do About It

A sound and valuable thesis with many insights for readers interested in improving information literacy and returning to a pre–fake news era.

Us, After: A Memoir of Love and Suicide

Readers who have experienced grief will find comfort in this deeply moving memoir of love and loss.
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Space Oddities: The Mysterious Anomalies Challenging Our Understanding of the Universe

Geared toward curious lay readers willing to be challenged with mind-bending scientific puzzles. It helps to have some familiarity with physics, but this book is accessible with clear explanations, a sprinkling of humor, and a dash of poetry. The combination makes for an engaging follow-up to Cliff’s previous book, How To Make an Apple Pie from Scratch.
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Supercommunicators: How To Unlock the Secret Language of Connection

A how-to-guide and useful overview for readers wanting to communicate more effectively. Along with David Brooks’s recent How To Know a Person, a timely primer for creating deeper connections with others.
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The Science of ‘The Mandalorian’: The Anatomy of a Space Western

A fun read for dedicated Star Wars fans. Even so, some readers may conclude that the book missed the opportunity to incorporate more science analogies and aspects.
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Writing for Their Lives: America’s Pioneering Female Science Journalists

Readers interested in science, journalism history, and women’s studies will find inspiration in learning more about these talented pioneers.

The Possibility of Life: Science, Imagination, and Our Quest for Kinship in the Cosmos

While many books have been written about the search for extraterrestrial life, Green’s blend of scientific facts and science fiction reveals a sense of joy and wonder beyond the usual science-based cosmological studies or speculative fiction about aliens and UFOs. Ultimately, Green’s work reflects upon the nature of life and what it means to be human.
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Off-Earth: Ethical Questions and Quandaries for Living in Outer Space

This well-researched and accessible book is for general readers or those interested in the philosophy of science or the ethics of space travel.
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The Matter of Everything: How Curiosity, Physics, and Improbable Experiments Changed the World

Readers curious about the important breakthroughs in physics will appreciate this conceptualized overview of some of the most innovative and influential experiments, which advanced the understanding of the fundamental nature of reality.
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