Target Audience Group Trade Classification Method Dewey Decimal 500 Dewey Edition 23. Manusia punya kecenderungan untuk ingin tahu. How can you keep soda from going flat? This fifteenth anniversary edition of his bestselling popular science classic has been completely revised and expanded. How does a simmer differ from a slo The book has two main but opposite features. Where does uranium get its energy? More Beauty, Less Beast: Transforming Your Inner Ogre by Debora M.
Urban Preppers with Kids, Pets and Parents by James G. The Guinea Pig Diaries: My Life as an Experiment by A. You can listen to the full audiobook What Einstein Didn't Know: Scientific Answers to Everyday Questions, free at our library. I really wish I had read this in school. Wolke Number Of Pages 240 pages Edition Description Revised Format Paperback Publication Date 2014-05-21 Language English Publisher Dover Publications, Incorporated Publication Year 2014 Additional Details Copyright Date 2014 Dimensions Weight 9. Whole: Rethinking the Science of Nutrition by T.
There are many explanation about how chemistry works in our everyday lives in things like soda, rubber, styrofoam, auto glass, prestressed concrete, rust, and antifreeze. I received this book free to review from Netgalley and I highly recommend it. How does salt make ice colder? And to top it all there is not a dry moment. Saya jadi jatuh cinta sama fisika dasar. And given the number of things that I picked out as wrong, and me being a non-scientist, I'm assuming there were others that I did not catch. Road to Tater Hill by Edith M. LibraryThing Review User Review - name99 - LibraryThing I found this substantially less appealing that Wolke's book on kitchen science, largely because in covering a broader spectrum of science, he covered much more territory that was already familiar to me.
You will find all the answers to question that have mystified you w Its a cracker and a dream of a book which provides answers for all those question asked but no one knew the answer, well this book does. As an educator and lecturer, he enjoys a national reputation for his ability to make science understandable and enjoyable. Fearless Knitting Workbook by Jennifer E. Wolke is professor emeritus of chemistry at the University of Pittsburgh and a food columnist for The Washington Post. Buku ini ageless dan superkeren. How does soap know what dirt is, What makes super glue - super, How come you can melt sugar and not salt, Why do water beds need heaters, How does steel rust, Why do ocean waves roll in parallel to the shoreline and the best one I like Why are the earth, moon and sun spinning.
Menurut gw, buku ini menarik banget karena ada usaha untuk menjelaskan science dengan bahasa yang mudah dimengerti. And to top it all there is not a dry moment. Why can we see through air? And how can you keep them quiet?. A book of this type is not nearly as This was a very entertaining read, and lots of good facts and corrections to common misunderstandings. I think it's an interesting book What Einstein Didn't Know is a great question and answer book that addresses a number of life's little mysteries. This fifteenth anniversary edition of his bestselling popular science classic has been completely revised and expanded.
His latest book, the fourth in his Einstein series on everyday science, is What Einstein Told His Cook 2, The Sequel: Further Adventures in Kitchen Science. Some of the things are interesting, but for the most part it's generally things I've never had any curiosity about in the first place. The little witticisms and jokes sprinkled all over the tome had me chuckling to myself and even laughing out loud. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. That would have really helped me develop a deeper understanding of so many concepts that I only half understood. A Washington Post columnist offers a fun, fascinating guide to everyday science for those who never wore a slide rule or a pocket protector.
Hal-hal yang sering kita temukan setiap hari ternyata ada penjelasan ilmiahnya. How does soap know what dirt is, What makes super glue - super, How come you can melt sugar and not salt, Why do water beds need heaters, How does steel rust, Why do ocean waves roll in parallel to the shoreline and the best one I like Why are the earth, moon and sun spinning. Definitive accounts of the workings behind everyday phenomena -- neon signs, soap film, beverage carbonation, and more -- include do-it-yourself experiments. It is a cornucopia of scientific trivia written in a way that most people can understand including facts about things like why and how iron is added to food, the science behind espresso, what blurping is and what causes it, why flames are different colors and more. I really enjoyed this book. How can you keep soda from going flat? Second Hearts The Wishes Series 2 by G.
Over-Dressed: The Shockingly High Cost of Cheap Fashion by Elizabeth L. The little witticisms and jokes sprinkled all over the tome had me chuckling to myself and even laughing out loud. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Embrace Fated Saga, 3 by Rachel M. There are many explanation about how chemistry works in our everyday lives in things like soda, rubber, styrofoam, auto glass, prestressed concrete, rust, and antifreeze. Its a cracker and a dream of a book which provides answers for all those question asked but no one knew the answer, well this book does. How do microwaves really cook food? Why does straight antifreeze freeze faster than a fifty-fifty mixture with water? Wolke has won awards such as the 's for the Public, ' Bert Greene Award, and the 's award for the best newspaper column.
Buku ini kemasannya ringan banget! How does bleach tell white from colors? Where does uranium get its energy? The range of subjects covered, the amount of physics, chemistry, et al crammed into such a thin volume is amazing. Why is the sky blue? Author Robert Wolke provides definitive and easy-to-comprehend explanations for things that we take for granted, like the illumination behind neon signs and the mysteries of beverage carbonation. This is a well-written book with simple easy to understand explanations of the science behind every day things. Wolke provides astounding facts, cant-losebar bets, and sometimes shocking truths. The majority of pages are undamaged with minimal creasing or tearing, minimal pencil underlining of text, no highlighting of text, no writing in margins. Saya masih inget beberapa penjelasan soal kenapa burung engga kesetrum meski berbaris di atas kabel, terus kenapa suhu menghangat ketika salju mau turun, dan sebagainya.