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How to Speak Science: Gravity, Relativity, and Other Ideas That Were Crazy Until Proven Brilliant - Bruce Benamran
How to Speak Science: Gravity, Relativity, and Other Ideas That Were Crazy Until Proven Brilliant
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What is static electricity? How do magnets work? Is light made of waves or particles? What, really, is the theory of relativity all about? And who were all those great scientists—from Ptolemy, Archimedes, and Copernicus to Descartes, Hume, and Newton, and many, many more? Why do we still hear... show more
What is static electricity? How do magnets work? Is light made of waves or particles? What, really, is the theory of relativity all about? And who were all those great scientists—from Ptolemy, Archimedes, and Copernicus to Descartes, Hume, and Newton, and many, many more? Why do we still hear their names today?

In "How to Speak Science", scientist and YouTube personality Bruce Benamran reminds us that, in this age of smartphones, artificial intelligence, supercolliders, supercomputers, and other cutting-edge technology, we’ve lost touch with many of the most basic science concepts that launched our information age. And in simple, math-free explanations and just-the-good-parts historical recaps, he shows us that the landmark science and history’s greatest scientists and discoveries don’t have to remain beyond our grasp.
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Format: kindle
ASIN: B06XPTJJGB
Publisher: The Experiment
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
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Non Fiction, Science
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2.5 How to Speak Science by Bruce Benamran
TITLE: How to Speak Science: Gravity, Relativity, and Other Ideas That Were Crazy Until Proven Brilliant AUTHOR: Bruce Benamran DATE PUBLISHED: 2018 FORMAT: ebook ISBN-13: 9781615194209 ___________________________ DESCRIPTION: "A math-free introduction to the greatest scientific ideas...
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3.0 How to Speak Science
Definitely interesting, although the abysmal attempts at humour were terribly distracting, because they weren't funny at all. My Kindle counted 15 occurrences of the "People magazine" joke (which I'm calling joke for want of another word), but they felt like 50. And I kept waiting for a punchline th...
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