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A Short History of Nearly Everything

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A Short History of Nearly Everything

A Short History of Nearly Everything

A Short History of Nearly Everything

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One day in school, Bill Bryson saw a cutaway diagram showing the crust, mantle and molten core of the earth. He wondered: How do they know that? Neal Conan talks with author Bill Bryson about that question and many others about time, space and science.

Guest:

Bill Bryson
* Author of A Short History of Nearly Everything (Broadway Books, 2003)