Science Made Stupid: How to Discomprehend the World Around Us

Science Made Stupid: How to Discomprehend the World Around Us By Tom Weller, Science Made Stupid How to Discomprehend the World Around Us Science Made Stupid is a book that teaches one how to discomprehend the world around us
  • Title: Science Made Stupid: How to Discomprehend the World Around Us
  • Author: Tom Weller
  • ISBN: 9780395366462
  • Page: 228
  • Format: Paperback
  • Science Made Stupid: How to Discomprehend the World Around Us By Tom Weller, Science Made Stupid is a book that teaches one how to discomprehend the world around us
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    1. I read Science Made Stupid because Mathematics Made Difficult was proving to be too far over my head and I needed something a little, well, stupider Science Made Stupid is full of lots of pictures and is sort of a Monty Python take on science, with diagrams of things like theories of the solar system, such as geocentric Earth in the middle , heliocentric sun in the middle , ethnocentric USA in the middle and China, Europe, the moon, and the sun in orbit around it , and egocentric person in the c [...]


    2. This is one of top three favorite books of all time It s not an exaggeration to say that this book changed my life, because reading it in college was the first time I ever saw my brand of humor in concentrated form It kind of served as a social shibboleth in college if you didn t think the book was very funny, then we probably weren t going to hit it off as friends It helped inspire me, then a math and science nerd, to begin writing satirically and no, I m not being satirical there And it still [...]


    3. For science nerds, this is a truly funny book I love it so much I even gave a copy to my favorite Archaeology professor Even those not all that interested in science will probably find the humor here and enjoy the book.


    4. The funniest book I have ever seen in my entire life, without a doubt This book damn near killed me because I couldn t breathe They go for a fortune now, but once I find my copy, I still wouldn t sell it.


    5. This is a very silly book Anyone who has a basic understanding of high school level natural and physical sciences will have a good laugh at some of the satire in this textbook.



    6. Occasionally and with luck, frequently than that even the silliest satire has its moments Science Made Stupid by Tom Weller had than just a few moments it also had some real biting material interjected within.Often a throw it against the wall and see what sticks approach doesn t work for humor, much less satire, but Weller makes it work on both levels in Science Made Stupid, and I get the impression that part of the reason is that he does indeed have sufficient scientific background to make it [...]


    7. I picked this book up at a gift shop in the Smithsonian Institution in eighth grade, a rather long time ago.I have honestly revisted it at least yearly since then, as I have taken and science courses and come to understand and of the humor, most of which was completely beyond me in Junior High This is a must read for science teachers, professors, and anyone with a sense of humor I particularly recommend the chapter on the Evolution Intelligent Design debate.


    8. This book is still hilarious every time I pull it out Too bad it s out of print The pic of the stupid dinosaurs kills me every time.Why, Tom Weller, why aren t you still writing illustrating Oh well Anyway, your zucchini recipes are the best.





    9. Learn a plethora of scientific data, such as the elements of the periodic table nylon, teflon, velcro, xerox, marzipan, alimony, irony, lanolin, zinfandel, drano, linoleum, etc.


    10. Absolutely hysterical Once at a teaching conference some of us science teachers who have copies of the book decided it should be THE text for all science classes.



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