The Velocity of Honey and More Science of Everyday Life

The Velocity of Honey and More Science of Everyday Life

Book - 2005 | 1st Thunder's Mouth Press ed
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What's the science behind the theory of "six degrees of separation"? How do stones "skip"? The host of the Discovery Channel Canada's "Daily Planet" muses upon these and many more mysteries that puzzle and perplex.
Publisher: New York : Thunder's Mouth Press, 2005
Edition: 1st Thunder's Mouth Press ed
ISBN: 1560256540
Branch Call Number: 500 ING
Characteristics: x, 211 p. ; 22 cm


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Nov 05, 2017

The topics covered in this book were varied and interesting, but I really did not find Ingram's writing style to be very engaging, even on compelling topics. Often I wished he would go into more detail on a topic, but he only skimmed the surface of each phenomenon. There are other science writers whose work I enjoy much more.


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