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By Miller, Ben, 1966-
Paperback. English.
Published London: Sphere, 2012
Black holes. Global warming. The Hadron Collider. Ever had that sinking feeling that you really should know about these things, but somehow never quite...

By Sheldrake, Rupert
Book. English.
Published London: Coronet, 2012
The science delusion is the belief that science already understands the nature of reality. Rupert Sheldrake, one of the world's most innovative scientists...

By Brooks, Michael, 1970-
Paperback. English.
Published London: Profile, 2010
Do you really believe that science has the answer to everything? In '13 Things That Don't Make Sense', Michael Brooks questions the limits of the scientific...

By Dawkins, Richard, 1941-
Book. English.
Published London: Penguin, 2006
Richard Dawkins is one of the most outspoken scientists in Britain, and is the bestselling author of 'The Selfish Gene'. With this book, he aims to show...

Book. English.
Published London: Profile, 2010
Why can't elephants jump? Is it because they are too large or heavy? Or is it because their knees face the wrong way? Or do they just wait until no one...

By Kuiper, Rik
Book. English.
Published Chichester: Summersdale, 2010
'Dunk Your Biscuit Horizontally' reveals startling truths about the quirky side of science. It includes such knowledge as the best time of day to be operated...

Book. English.
Published London: Icon, 2011
What do scientists actually do? Is science 'value-free'? How has science evolved through history? Where is science leading us? This book is a clear and...

Book. English.
Published London: Collins, c2012
Updated to match the new 2012 specifications for Principles of Applied Science & Application of Science, this bright and engaging student book presents...

By Smith, Chris, 1975-
Book. English.
Published London: Little, Brown, [2011?]
Is it possible to tell how happy a dog is by watching the way it wags its tail? Why is the Eiffel Tower 15 centimetres taller in mid-summer than it is...

By Levy, Joel
Book. English.
Published London: Michael O'Mara, 2012
'Why?' provides simple answers to the most fundamental questions about the world. Asking why is the sky blue? Why is water wet? Why do we need sleep?...
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