Here is a book with 113 science question answered. Is there is a question you have ever asked yourself over and over again that you could never find an answer for? Well here’s your chance to get an answer to that question. New Scientist magazine has asked its readers from around the globe to answer a variety of questions they put to them. Now you can find an answer to a variety of different questions in their book including some you might never have even though about.
The average person will find this book fascinating. Many of the answers are easy to understand but some to require a bit of ‘technical language’ for the point to be explained but this is only the case in a few. This book would even be a great addition to any child’s library and may even result in you being told a whole load of interesting facts.
Many of the people who answer the questions in this book are experts in that field. So you know you are getting a qualified persons opinion. There are a few answers to some question so you might see difference in the reasoning behind things.
Some of the questions asked range from:
What is the difference between a martini shaken to stirred?
Why is frozen milk yellow?
Why does alcohol affect your mood?
How high can a butterfly fly?
Why do people um and ah?
So if you have an interest in gaining more knowledge on a range of topics then this might be a book for you.