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The Hair of the Dog and Other Scientific Surprises

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From the dinosaurs that caused sonic booms to the irrational nature of the number pi, essays on scientific strangeness Science is full of surprises, such as the peculiar peepshow beginnings of baby incubators, the unexpected positive fallout from the H-bomb, or the fifth taste sensation lurking in everyone’s taste buds which nobody knew about—except for the Japanese. While From the dinosaurs that caused sonic booms to the irrational nature of the number pi, essays on scientific strangeness Science is full of surprises, such as the peculiar peepshow beginnings of baby incubators, the unexpected positive fallout from the H-bomb, or the fifth taste sensation lurking in everyone’s taste buds which nobody knew about—except for the Japanese. While shedding light on these conundrums, Karl Sabbagh shows that seemingly trivial queries or assumptions lead to a deeper understanding of how science works. Who would have thought that scientists would turn to the hypothesis All swans are white to determine the stability of the entire universe? Or that if we choose to spend our hard-earned money on other people it might make us happier than if we spend it on ourselves?

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From the dinosaurs that caused sonic booms to the irrational nature of the number pi, essays on scientific strangeness Science is full of surprises, such as the peculiar peepshow beginnings of baby incubators, the unexpected positive fallout from the H-bomb, or the fifth taste sensation lurking in everyone’s taste buds which nobody knew about—except for the Japanese. While From the dinosaurs that caused sonic booms to the irrational nature of the number pi, essays on scientific strangeness Science is full of surprises, such as the peculiar peepshow beginnings of baby incubators, the unexpected positive fallout from the H-bomb, or the fifth taste sensation lurking in everyone’s taste buds which nobody knew about—except for the Japanese. While shedding light on these conundrums, Karl Sabbagh shows that seemingly trivial queries or assumptions lead to a deeper understanding of how science works. Who would have thought that scientists would turn to the hypothesis All swans are white to determine the stability of the entire universe? Or that if we choose to spend our hard-earned money on other people it might make us happier than if we spend it on ourselves?
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Title The Hair of the Dog and Other Scientific Surprises Height 12.7
Karl Sabbagh Width 2
ISBN-13 9781848540897 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 #1848540892 Spine Width
Publisher Hodder & Stoughton Pages 304
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