In "Science/Mathematics," I’ve compiled reviews of book about science and mathematics. While I have an interest in various topics, my strongest interest lies in knowledge related to science and mathematics. I know that many people may find the knowledge difficult to understand if they are not familiar with science and mathematics, but I have tried to explain it as simply as possible.

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Perelman: The Man Behind the Poincaré Conjecture Proof: “Perfect Rigor” (Masha Gessen)
"Perfect Rigor" is a biography that depicts the life of the genius mathematician Perelman who solved the extremely difficult problem in mathematics, the Poincaré conjecture, and declined a milliondollar prize and a Nobel Prizelevel honor. The book focuses on his personal life and the struggles of "the gifted" individual who was born and raised in the Soviet Union, with almost no mathematical descriptions. 
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[VS Einstein] A New Theory to Replace the Big Bang Theory?: “Faster Than the Speed of Light”(Joao Magueijo)
For those who felt that the title "Faster Than the Speed of Light" makes it a fallacious book, rest assured that this is actually a very legitimate work. Regardless of whether the varying speed of light theory (VSL theory) is correct, the book presents a challenging hypothesis that attempts to compensate for the flaws in the Big Bang theory with a different logic than cosmic inflation. 
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What is Gödel’s Incompleteness Theorem and Why Did it Matter to Hilbert?
The "Math Girls" series by Yuki Hiroshi are math books for the general public that conveys the interesting aspects of mathematics while delving into quite advanced topics. The third volume's theme is "Gödel's incompleteness theorems." You will learn the theory of a young genius who shattered the ambition of a mathematician named Hilbert. 
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Feynman: A Book Review of His Scientific Achievements: “Quantum Man” (Lawrence M. Krauss)
"Quantum Man" is a general book that is said to be the first to cover the "achievements as a scientist" made by Feynman, who is known for many interesting episodes. Based on this book, understand the indirect contributions to various fields made by his unique research methods and the impact of the "Feynman diagram". 
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[Book] The Amazing Story of CRISPRCas9’s Discovery: “A Crack in Creation” (Jennifer Doudna, Samuel Sternberg)
The developers of genome editing technology "CRISPRCas9," which has completely transformed the field of biology, had no intention of inventing such a thing. Based on the book "A Crack In Creation: Gene Editing and the Unthinkable Power to Control Evolution" by the Nobel Prizewinning author, this is the story of their discovery. 
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The Mystery of Math: Is it Invented or Discovered? (Gödel vs Hilbert): “Is God a Mathematician” (Mario Livio)
In the world of mathematics, there are two schools of thought: those who believe math is created by God, and those who believe it is created by humans. Based on "Is God a Mathematician?", we can learn about the debate of whether math is a discovery or an invention and how each perspective has changed throughout the history of mathematics.