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Why It's Not All Rocket Science: Scientific Theories and Experiments Explained - Robert Cave

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An introductory guide to 100 of the most extraordinary theories and experiments in the history of science Robert Cave examines 100 extraordinary projects, theories and experiments that have been ...

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Nakladatelství: » Thames & Hudson
Rok vydání: 2016
Počet stran: 224
Rozměr: 14 x 19,8 cm
Jazyk: anglicky
Vazba: Flexi
EAN: 9780500292006
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An introductory guide to 100 of the most extraordinary theories and experiments in the history of science Robert Cave examines 100 extraordinary projects, theories and experiments that have been conducted in the name of science. Some, including various nuclear tests, have attracted controversy and hostility; others, such as Johann Wilhelm Ritters erotic self-experiments with a voltaic pile, seem downright weird. But Cave demonstrates, thoroughly and informatively, that it is only by doggedly asking awkward questions, and paying close attention to the answers, that scientists have been able to make progress. From spider monkeys to human cyborgs, and from swimming in syrup to chaos theory, Cave places each experiment and discovery in its scientific context to present an entertaining guide to some of the most jaw-dropping entries in the history of science. Why Its Not All Rocket Science contains chapters on psychology, the body, society, planet Earth and the universe, and to read it is to gain startling insights into why scientists seem to behave so oddly, and how their brilliant if sometimes bizarre work benefits all of society. Robert Cave has been a writer and editor for many years. He is author of more than 30 books for adults and children, including the encyclopedia sets International Wildlife, Life Science and Aquatic Life of the World, and is a contributor to the annual Guinness World Records book.

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