The Science Book: Everything You Need to Know About the
World and How It Works
Whether you are interested in finding answers to the questions you have long being asking about science or you are totally uninterested about the topic, The Science Book is a holistic approach to the centuries of scientific thoughts. It comprises detailed explanations to the natural phenomena, revolutionary inventions, scientific facts and answers to several other questions about science, its origins and applications. Even if physics and chemistry related sections don’t interest you, I found valuable, the wealth of knowledge covered in the biological sections and those dealing with the universe, encapsulating from microscopic life to nuclear power. It is written with self explanatory illustrations, pictures and graphics designed to make the book even more comprehensive and accessible.
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The science book is relatively a new book that was published amidst the scientific confusions posed by the dynamism of the society we live in today. It comprises about 432 pages with detailed attention to the scientific explanations of our society as we live in it today covering subjects like climatic changes, genetic engineering and a host of others including core subjects like the universe and the planet earth, biology, chemistry, physics and mathematics. Ever have unanswered questions about science; just like a true book it is, you will also be guided by the incorporated factual boxes and cross-references which are all meant to through more light on the subject.
From the very beginning, I was ushered into the book by the foreword “Science: The Essence of Cool” which was written by Marshall Brain. Then the colorful and exciting fold-out of the pages covering what is now a family science reference book in my home. Perhaps you are interested in mountains, the study of which will expose you to the structural concept of the world or the causes of hemophilia or polydactylism or any other seemingly unnatural phenomenon, the book has answered these questions and cleared the doubts of so many people and perhaps should be your next science related read. It goes into details about almost every part of the universe in the “Earth: Origins and Geology” section, the “Biology: Genetics and Heredity” section explains physiological features and concepts with several other sections like the “Physics and Technology” section and others.
Have a student at home or perhaps grandchildren? While I found this book beneficial as an adult, you may find it relatively unimportant if you still completely remember everything you were taught in the high school and beyond. But the question is who does? Even if you are a jack of all thread, such basic science related publications like this will always come handy for personal references either for you or for your school children.
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What Readers Are Saying
Many people have come to understand that the only way to overcome illiteracy is to consistently be on the open for education. On the quest for literacy and in a quest to find answers to the long-held questions about science and its applications in our society, many people have actually read The Science Book and confirmed its enriching features. Despite being informative and comprehensive enough with simple English to teach even the lay man to whom this may be his first science book, it is characterized by many graphics, illustrations and self explanatory pictograms which made the book more interesting and encouraging. This is among the qualities of the book that many readers praised coupled with the fact that it is reasonably priced.
The Science Book will help you re-live scientific evolution. But while many other books written on this subject already have tens and hundreds of numbers added to their age, this is a more up-to-date version that didn’t include those boring stories about science but comes to term with our present environments – which of course is what we all want to read and hear about. Happy reading!
Author: Tessy Parker