Monday, April 23, 2007

Book recommedation

I recommend "Physics for Future Presidents" by Richard A. Muller to those who want to know what physics is really about, but want to avoid the mathematics behind it.

It talks about very interesting topics such as how chocoloate chip cookies contain more chemical energy per gram than TNT and yet it is not used as a weapon, or how the "flying disks" in the Roswell incident are just microphones to detect noise from nuclear bombs.

So, learn more physics without losing interest in it!

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Alternatively, you could watch Richard's lectures FOR FREE:

You could thank me later. Back to more boring A-level physics revision.

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