I just checked, I'm on pg 47. The neatest thing is how much effort has been put into understanding the atom over the past 2500 years. A man named Democritus, in 440 BC, thought about subdivision in matter. He thought if he could cut a clay pot in half, then in half again, then again and again if he could do that forever. He figured that was unconceivable and eventually you'd come to a tiny grain so small, it could not be cut anymore. He used a Greek word, a-tomos, "uncuttable" which came to be known as atoms.<quoted text>
Nope. Prolly will now, though... eventually.
It's been appended to the list.
I've never known Mac's recommendations to not be worth the effort involved in pursuing them.
What have you learned so far, 50 pages in?
Interesting, especially for a dude to think of that so long ago.