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Part 2 in a series of 3 scientifically accurate, rhyming comic books about the history of everything.  This book explains the origin of life on Earth.
Part 2 in a series of 3 scientifically accurate, rhyming comic books about the history of everything. This book explains the origin of life on Earth.
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    1. James Dunbar 2-time creator on February 20, 2011

      So Ive gotten a few notes from people about Page 5 where I say that planets are "relatively rare." You guys couldn't be more correct! It seems like recent research is showing that planets are in fact quite common, so I think I'll be changing the line to "Not all stars have planets, some are lonely and bare." I'm sure that even if improved tech & research leads us to learn that almost all stars have planets, there are sure to be a few that don't. Thanks for the input!

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      Gary Isaac on February 20, 2011

      I love it and I know my grandkids will, too. Just a question on page 5: astronomy is not in my field of expertise but I question that stars with planets are "relatively rare." This quote from Smithsonian Science website may suggest otherwise: "New research by astronomers at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics and the National Optical Astronomy Observatory confirms that planet formation is a natural by-product of star formation, even around stars much heftier than our Sun. And planets that form around those hefty stars seem to come together very quickly." --Gary

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      Peter on February 19, 2011

      Hi Jamie,
      I have just read the .pdf of Bok2 "It's Alive". CONGRATULATIONS!!! Your work is exceptional. Making the work freely available in .pdf form is a true community gesture for which you should be truly proud. I am honoured to have been one of your sponsors. I can't wait for the next addition.

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      Shaun McBride on December 12, 2010

      I seem to remember an option to get some of the books early ... What do I need to do to make that happen? I bought the set for my nephew and his dad (my brother-who is a calculus nut).

    5. Crystal Helms on December 11, 2010

      Looking forward to it; my family in Wisconsin is asking for it, too. I have MANY nieces/nephews and greats who would be ideal readers.

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      Garrett Moffitt on September 15, 2010

      Thank you, I've been looking for some good science poetry for my children. Can't wait to get my copies.

    7. James Dunbar 2-time creator on September 14, 2010

      Awesome! Thanks Robin for the last little push. I really appreciate it.

    8. Robin Schumaker on September 14, 2010

      Congratulations on reaching $5000! Cheers.

    9. Pawkeeper on August 28, 2010

      Awesome result Jamie. Keep the great work! Doing the happy dance for you. :)

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      Randall Alexander on August 9, 2010

      It looks like JD underestimated his fan base. Which can't really be a bad problem to have, I guess.

    11. Tee Eff Tee on August 8, 2010

      I'm glad there was one dollar left for me so I could close it out!

      Best of luck, James!