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This week in science: Mars!

This week all the science buzz was Elon Musk and Mars, all the time. Of which I’ll have more tomorrow evening on Sunday Kos. In the meantime, I’m reading an advance review copy of David Grinspoon’s new book, Earth in Human Hands, and so far it is one of the best science books I’ve read all year. It may yet bog down—it is a sizable work, big enough to be intimidating at first glance.
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