Correlated History of the Universe III (Fold out)


Correlated History of the Universe III (Fold out)

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A Correlated History of the Universe (WMPTP000) is a full-color educational foldout chart. On one side is "A Correlated History of the Earth" and the other side has "A Correlated History of Matter". This is not only a great study guide for the student but it can also provide hours of interesting entertainment for anyone interested in the steps and stages of the universe! A reference for: Astronomy, Geology, Paleontology, Physics & Chemistry. v III, 2009

Save $5.00! We still have a few copies of "A Correlated History of Matter", v II, 2002. While it doesn't have the latest updates and additions its content is close to the same and it is still a useful reference guide, fun to peruse, and makes a nice gift.

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