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A Neutron Walks into a Bar: Random Facts About Our Universe and Everything in It

3.75  ·  Rating Details ·  4 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Cancrows recognize human faces? What key doesthe average housefly hum in?This quirky collection of facts, definitions, explanations, biographies, and jokes is guaranteed to quench a thirst for knowledge, discovery, and humor that's out of the ordinaryDid you know that water is the only thing found naturally on earth in each of thethree states of matter, or that the Mississ ...more
Paperback, 240 pages
Published February 1st 2014 by Hachette Books Ireland
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Amanda
Oct 22, 2016 Amanda rated it liked it
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A quick, fun read full of interesting science facts. I sped through this book in an hour or so. I did hope that the book would have a greater depth of Science but I acknowledge that they designed the book to appeal to the masses.
Shannon Rickert
Jan 30, 2016 Shannon Rickert rated it it was amazing
This was a great science book!!! I loved learning about everything and with the added jokes and comments here and there it was good!!!
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