Naval Ravikant: "Everything by Matt Ridley is worth reading."
Neil Strauss recommended 'The Red Queen' on his website.
Matt Ridley: "Books about science tend to fall into two categories: those that explain it to lay people in the hope of cultivating a wide readership, and those that try to persuade fellow scientists to support a new theory, usually with equations.
Books that achieve both — changing science and reaching the public — are rare. Charles Darwin's 'On the Origin of Species' was one."
Paul Graham mentioned 'The Origin of Species' on Twitter.
Fred Wilson: "Talk about tenacity"
Max Levchin shared 'Endurance' on his LinkedIn page.
Tim Ferriss: "It’ll blow your mind."
Tim Ferriss: "Incredible book"
Joe Rogan: "Coyote America is amazing!"
Joe Rogan: "It's an amazing book."
One of Sam Altman's recommended books for young startup founders.
This book was on Sam Altman's bookshelf.
Tim Ferriss: "A Walk in the Woods is a great way to invigorate"
Tim Ferriss: "One of my favorites."
Paul Graham: "So good I'm reading slow to make it last."
Matt Ridley: “In this, his third book about energy and life, [Lane] comes triumphantly close to cracking the secret of why life is the way it is, to a depth that would boggle any ancient philosopher’s mind.”
Bill Gates: "This biology book blew me away. A compelling case for how energy made us who we are."
One of Matt Ridley's favorite science books of 2015.
Matt Ridley: "It’s a great piece of detective work on a key scientific blunder, based around the work of Steve McIntyre and Ross McKitrick, and it forensically dismantles the mistakes that led to people believing they had at last found evidence that current climate change is unprecedented in rate or scale in this millennium."
Carl Icahn mentioned 'The Humane Economy' on Twitter.