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John L. Casti: Biography
Over the past few years, Casti have devoted a substantial part of my time to the preparation of several books on science for the students and general readers. The first was the award-winning Alternate Realities: Mathematical Models of Nature and Man. Morrow, New York), which gives a layman's account of several of the most puzzling controversies in modern science. Casti's 1991 book Searching for Certainty. HarperCollins, New York) was published. It is a layman's account of the strange and wondrous beh...