The World’s Greatest Idea: the Fifty Greatest Ideas that have Changed Humanity

July 13, 2011 at 8:34 am | Posted in Competition, Read | Leave a comment
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What is the world’s greatest idea – fire, electricity, natural selection? In true Top of the Pops style, John Farndon counts us down from 50 to one – the World’s greatest ever idea – as complied by a panel of experts and voted for by the public. But what will it be – marriage, capitalism, or simply tea and coffee? You’ll have to read it to find out.

This is a witty and surprising read – you learn something new with each idea, even if it’s just where the public rates the idea! This is another great holiday/commuting book – it’s easy to read and the short sections make it an ideal book to dip in and out of whether travelling on the train or sunning yourself by the pool.

And we’ve got a copy to give away. For your chance to win just send your name, address, organisation/institution to phil.prime@laboratorynews.co.uk by 29th July. Good luck!

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