Questions? Email or call 1-626-794-3119.
Test Your Science IQ, by Charles Cazeau
Can the ouija board really attract spirits? Is a new Ice Age coming? Do genuine haunted houses exist? What was the worst earthquake ever? Is there antimatter in our galaxy? If you’ve ever wondered where to find fast answers to questions such as these about our sometimes baffling world, now you can quickly locate the best information science has to offer in these enjoyable pages. Using a question-and-answer format that is fun to read and easy to understand, Dr. Charles Cazeau takes you through more than 450 of the most intriguing science questions, from the profound to the amusingly trivial. In the process he demonstrates just how fascinating our natural world is and how science helps us to explore and unravel nature’s many wonders. Well organized for easy use, this entertaining yet educational guide to basic science begins with questions about the fringes of the universe and then moves inward through our solar system and continues with the Earth itself, covering evolution, plants, animals, and questions about health and nutrition. Dr. Cazeau also devotes a section to the history of the human race and another to the many questions raised these days about the existence of UFOs, ghosts, mysterious powers of the mind, and other aspects of the paranormal. Whether you read this book from cover to cover or skip around to find the answers to your own special questions, you’ll give yourself an education painlessly and realize that science is not only important but fun.
Hundreds of addictive questions and answers covering both science and pseudoscience. Clear, well written, yet sophisticated enough for adults. Very strong on why science is important. Fascinating and fun for ages 12 to adult. The perfect book to start your junior skeptic on when trying to teach your child how science works and why it is so important to understanding the world.
Customers who bought the item shown above also bought…
|Baloney Detection Kit, by Michael Shermer and Pat Linse||$5.00|
|How to Debate a Creationist (2nd. Ed.), by Michael Shermer||$5.00|
|The Skeptic's Dictionary, by Robert Carroll||$19.95|
|The Magic of Reality, by Richard Dawkins||$16.00|
|Flavor of the Month: Why Smart People Fall for Fads, by Joel Best||$19.95|