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Great courses (DVD), Science & mathematics
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- What are the chances? : probability made clear
- 12 essential scientific concepts
- A field guide to the planets
- A new history of life
- Albert Einstein : physicist, philosopher, humanitarian
- An introduction to number theory
- Being human : life lessons from the frontiers of science
- Black holes explained
- Black holes, tides, and curved spacetime : understanding gravity
- Chaos
- Chemistry
- Discrete mathematics
- Earth at the crossroads : understanding the ecology of a changing planet
- Experiencing Hubble : understanding the greatest images of the universe
- Great ideas of classical physics
- Great scientific ideas that changed the world
- Great thinkers, great theorems
- How music and mathematics relate
- How we learn
- How you decide : the science of human decision making
- Impossible : physics beyond the edge
- Introduction to C++ : programming concepts and applications
- Introduction to astrophysics
- Major transitions in evolution
- Mastering differential equations : the visual method
- Math and magic
- Mathematical decision making : predictive models and optimization
- Mathematics, philosophy, and the "real world."
- Meaning from data : Statistics made clear
- Mind-bending math : riddles and paradoxes
- Music and the brain
- Mysteries of modern physics : time
- Mysteries of the microscopic world
- New frontiers : modern perspectives on our solar system
- Origins of life
- Particle physics for non-physicists : a tour of the microcosmos
- Prove it : the art of mathematical argument
- Quantum mechanics : the physics of the microscopic world
- Science in the twentieth century : a social-intellectual survey
- Science wars : what scientists know and how they know it
- Skywatching : seeing and understanding cosmic wonders
- The Art and craft of mathematical problem solving
- The Darwinian revolution, Parts 1 & 2
- The human body : how we fail, how we heal
- The inexplicable universe : unsolved mysteries
- The intelligent brain
- The joy of science
- The joy of thinking : the beauty and power of classical mathematical ideas
- The mathematics of games and puzzles : from cards to sudoku
- The nature of matter : understanding the physical world
- The neuroscience of everyday life
- The origin and evolution of Earth : from the big bang to the future of human existence
- The physics of history
- The queen of the sciences : a history of mathematics
- The remarkable science of ancient astronomy
- The rise of humans : great scientific debates
- The science of flight
- The science of self
- The search for exoplanets : what astronomers know
- The secrets of mental math
- The shape of nature
- The theory of evolution : a history of controversy
- Thermodynamics : four laws that move the universe
- Understanding calculus : problems, solutions, and tips
- Understanding the human body : an introduction to anatomy and physiology
- Understanding the misconceptions of science
- Understanding the secrets of human perception

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