5 edition of The biology of Star Trek found in the catalog.
|Statement||Susan Jenkins and Robert Jenkins ; foreword by Lawrence M. Krauss.|
|Contributions||Jenkins, Robert, 1955-|
|LC Classifications||QB500 .J46 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 189 p. :|
|Number of Pages||189|
|LC Control Number||99011604|
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Together they study biology and watch Star Trek with their children in Rochester, Minnesota. Review Claiming inspiration from Lawrence Krauss's The Physics of Star Trek, the Jenkinses focus on the biological logic (or illogic) behind the alien ecologies in Star Trek --the original TV series and all of its sequels and movie by: 2.
The Biology of "Star Trek" Hardcover – September 4, by Robert Jenkins (Author), Susan Jenkins (Author) out of 5 stars 3 ratings.
See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from /5(3). This latest entry in the "Science of Star Trek" series examines several important concepts in the field of biology, with an emphasis on genetics.
While including many references to various Star Trek episodes, the book's primary mission is to educate the reader, particularly in regard to cutting-edge research and theories/5(7).
Published insome information is a little outdated, and there's been so much Star Trek since. I think we're about ready for an updated version. "The Biology of Star Trek" is a captivating exploration of the Trek universe, its successes, and its science fails.
Brings back a lot of memories from watching TNG while growing up/5. A study of biological aspects of "Star Trek". Using theories of genetics, evolution, viruses and parasites, sexuality and ageing, the authors set out to answer questions such as why Vulcans have Read more.
If Star Trek has been about the search for life, To Seek Out New Life: The Biology of Star Trek is about understanding these discoveries as we encounter them with the crews of the Enterprise, Voyager, and Deep Space Nine. Harvard biologist Athena Andreadis takes a lively, thought-provoking look at Star Trek's approach to the science of human /5(13).
What \'Star trek\" fan hasn\'t pondered such weighty questions as these. Now, two noted scientists provide all the answers as they explore the sometimes fanciful, always fascinating, biological issues raised by \'Star trek\'s\' various incarnations.\"--Dust jacket.
If Star Trek has been about the search for life, To Seek Out New Life: The Biology of Star Trek is about understanding these discoveries as we encounter them with the crews of the Enterprise, Voyager, and Deep Space Nine.
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