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From Dark Matter to Hiccups, Artists Explore Mysteries of Science

By Rebecca Horne | November 16, 2012 11:27 am

The Where The Why and The How is a recent release from Chronicle books that asks 75 artists and illustrators to interpret the unsolved mysteries of science. Don’t expect answers to questions like “Why is each snowflake unique” and “Can evolution outpace climate change” — but the collection may help dispel the notion that science is best illustrated by digital renderings, graphs and pie charts.

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