The Origins of AIDS (Jacques Pepin)

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The Origins of AIDS (2011) Jacques Pepin 306 pages AIDS was first identified in North America in 1981 and its infectious agent human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) was isolated two years later. In the subsequent 30 years, AIDS has become a global pandemic that has led to around 30 million deaths. Pepin’s book tackled the origins
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Outliers (Malcolm Gladwell)

Published February 10, 2011 | One response so far
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Outliers: The Story of Success (2008) Malcolm Gladwell 309 pages I read Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell way back, but just wanted to briefly write about it. It’s a book that I’ve recommended to anyone who has asked me simply because it is so well-written. Gladwell could write three-hundred pages about dead fish and I’d probably
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Alberta: Tar sand wasteland

Published November 28, 2007 | One response so far
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My first article in the Daily! Pretty exciting for me… :) http://www.mcgilldaily.com/view.php?aid=6715 Alberta: Tar sand wasteland By Marzieh Ghiasi Monday, November 19th, 2007 Author decries rush to exploit Canada’s natural resources In northern Alberta, an estimated 174-billion barrels of black gold lie trapped in grains of sand, and capitalizing on this dormant cash cow has
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