The Science of Why



Ever Wonder Why Onions Make You Cry Or Why Lizards Do Pushups Or Why Leaves Change Color In The Fall Don T Worry, You Re Not Alone Acclaimed Science Writer And Broadcaster Jay Ingram Wonders The Same Things After A Long Career Of Asking Important Questions Does Time Speed Up As We Age How Much Neanderthal Is In Me Why Do Some Animals Throw Their Feces, He S Here To Put Our Scientific Quandaries To Rest In This Insightful, Witty Book For Curious Readers Of All Ages, Jay Shares His Favorite Head Scratchers And Mind Benders, Settling Pressing Questions, Such As What Is D J Vu Why Were Tyrannosaurus Rex S Arms So Short Why Are You Plagued By Mosquitoes While Your Friends Aren T Does Your Cat Actually Like You What Is D J Vu Along With Everything You Ever Wondered About Human Echolocation, Bigfoot And Farts Though Not All At Once Whimsically Illustrated And Chock Full Of Fun Science Facts And Fictions , This Book Will Delight And Surprise Your Inner Science Geek SPOILER She Actually Thinks You Re A Larger, Dumber Version Of Her Mother.The Science of Why

Jay Ingram CM born March 20, 1945 is a Canadian author and broadcaster He was host of the television show Daily Planet originally titled discovery.ca , which airs on Discovery Channel Canada, since the channel s inception in 1995 Ingram s last episode of Daily Planet aired on June 5, 2011 Ingram announced his retirement but stated he will make guest appearances on Daily Planet He was succe

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  • Hardcover
  • 224 pages
  • The Science of Why
  • Jay Ingram
  • 19 October 2018
  • 9781501144295

10 thoughts on “The Science of Why

  1. says:

    3.5 stars When I saw this title it seemed like an adult version of the books that I loved reading as a child so I decided to give it a try It was a full of interesting and sometimes silly questions I liked the ...

  2. says:

    Well this was a disappointment I thought it would be a fun book of science but it was a lazily written book of I dunno, maybe this It is a quick read and written for a younger audience and the question it poses for each chapter had me interested, e.g Why are yawns contagious But then the answer is maybe this, maybe that, we don t know And the jokes aren t funny and because I didn t feel there was too m...

  3. says:

    This is a collection of some interesting, but mostly silly questions about a variety of topics and their scientific answers I enjoyed the few topics that interested me, but the majority of the topics were frivolous and thus not enjoyable After a...

  4. says:

    While I enjoyed learned some new things from this book, I felt it was way longer than it needed to be Some of the topics covered seemed a bit odd to me, and others could be explained in 2 paragraphs or less, but still took up several pages I guess I m just a big cut the fluff sort of learner reader.

  5. says:

    Cute book Now I have dinner party trivia about asparagus pee, mosquitos, Bigfoot, and beer bubbles.

  6. says:

    The writing was unremarkable and unengaging, and a lot of the knowledge presented is quite basic.

  7. says:

    Collection of silly questions answers, that becoming interesting while you read listen them.

  8. says:

    Best

  9. says:

    Answers some questions you didn t even know you had Fun, light, and very accessible to make weird science y stuff interesting to the rest of us.

  10. says:

    Science broadcaster Jay Ingram answers questions about the world around us What is deja vu Does time speed up as we age Why were Tyrannosaurus Rex s arms so short Does your cat like you Full of interesting information amusingly told, this book will appeal to your inner science geek.

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