From Big Bang to Us: Made Easy

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This series explains the scientific evidence of our origins, from the Big Bang to the human migration out of Africa, so most seventh-graders would understand.

That challenges people who believe they were created by a deity 6,000 years ago to deal with the evidence instead of ignoring it.
About the author: caver. I’ve been a journalist for 20 years, 14 years as a correspondent for Science. My degree is in geology, but while working for a science magazine and several science programs had to deal with a number of different fields, from quantum physics to microbiology.

My particular talent was my ignorance. By not understanding half of what was assigned to cover, I had to reduce scientific discovery from complex to simple.

If I wrote it in a way that I could understand, so my readers could understand.

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