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OF THE COSTA BIOGRAPHY AWARDWINNER OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY SCIENCE BOOK PRIZE A Thrilling Adventure Story Bill Bryson Dazzling Literary ReviewBrilliant Sunday Express Extraordinary And GrippingNew Scientist A Superb Biography The Economist An Exhilarating Armchair Voyage GILES MILTON, Mail On Sunday Alexander Von Humboldt Is The Great Lost Scientistthings Are Named After Him Than Anyone Else There Are Towns, Rivers, Mountain Ranges, The Ocean Current That Runs Along The South American Coast, There S A Penguin, A Giant ☆ read ã The Invention of Nature: The Adventures of Alexander von Humboldt, the Lost Hero of Science: Costa & Royal Society Prize Winner by Andrea Wulf ã Squid Even The Mare Humboldtianum On The Moon His Colourful Adventures read Like Something Out Of A Boy S Own Story Humboldt Explored Deep Into The Rainforest, Climbed The World S Highest Volcanoes And Inspired Princes And Presidents, Scientists And Poets Alike Napoleon Was Jealous Of Him Simon Bol Var S Revolution Was Fuelled By His Ideas Darwin Set Sail On The Beagle Because Of Humboldt And Jules Verne S Captain Nemo Owned All His Many books He Simply Was, As One Contemporary Put It, The Greatest Man Since The DelugeTaking Us On A Fantastic Voyage In His Footsteps Racing Across Anthrax Infected Russia Or Mapping Tropical Rivers Alive With Crocodiles Andrea Wulf Shows Why His Life And Ideas Remain So Important Today Humboldt Predicted Human Induced Climate Change As Early As , And The Invention Of Nature Traces His Ideas As They Go On To Revolutionize And Shape Science, Conservation, Nature Writing, Politics, Art And The Theory Of Evolution He Wanted To Know And Understand Everything And His Way Of Thinking Was So Far Ahead Of His Time That It S Only Coming Into Its Own Now Alexander Von Humboldt Really Did Invent The Way We See Nature