A book by Murray Gell-Mann, a winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1969.

It is mostly about complex adaptive systems, which are systems that learn or evolve by utilizing acquired information.

It discusses everything from Particle Physics, language, bacteria, superstitions.. and many other seemingly non-related things.

This is not a technical book. It doesn't go too deeply in physics or particle physics. I found the cover to be misleading to what the book really covered.

It's first 10 chapters are redundant and could have been summed up in 1 chapter.

This book is a Sunday afternoon book. Read the inside of the book jacket, and you read the book.

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