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Robots Don’t Respect Sundays - Poking Fun at the Religion of Science - cover

Robots Don’t Respect Sundays - Poking Fun at the Religion of Science

Mark Antony Rossi

Publisher: Soma Publishing

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Summary

"Robots Don't Respect Sundays" locates the humor in facts. It's a book of tough, terse and often terrific accounts of science and technology gone awry. Hard-hitting and ethical. Ironic and spiritual. Direct and downright funny.
Available since: 05/22/2018.

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