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Sure, I know fossils take a really, really, really long time to form. New Scientist Last Word 8 books.
Funny experiments you can perform at home. Do I have to spell it out again? The ad claimed that along with the title activity, the book contained a cornucopia of household scientific experiments, such as extracting the iron from your breakfast cereal and measuring the speed of light using only a microwave and a chocolate bar. What is going on when you drop mentos in to cola? Dispatch hamster with a shot to the back of the head. Books by New Scientist. Enjoyable to just read too. Paperbackpages.
Experiments followed by explanations for why things are the way they are. And while many of the activities are rated PG, there are several fun-with-alcohol experiments for the legal adults. This is a book of very simple, accessible activities that answer questions or demonstrate basic scientific principles using mostly items that the reader would have around the house.
How to Fossilize Your Hamster
Or at least it appears to be from reading the experiments. Next step is ot try out some of the experiments! It was an entertaining read – informative and humorous – and has left me with a real desire to see just what happens when you add Mentos to a bottle of coke.
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Can you fool yourself into believing you are eating something other than the food in your mouth? The back ground information associated with each of the different experiments and how they turn out and why is the part I found more interesting.
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Well worth a read and there is something for everyone and as stated this book has a lot of practical things for kids and adults to try out. Want to Read saving….
The main redeeming feature was the shortness of each of the sections meaning it could be picked up and put down quickly and easily without losing the flow of reading. Following the staggering success of Does Anything Eat Wasps?
Broken down into handy sections of the kitchen, the study, things to do in the garden etc this book has some A wonderful book written in the same vein as the other titles in the New scientist series. I’m not answering this bit any more. A pedestrian who isn’t paying attention. Can I obtain half the country’s bank details without asking for them? I found myself slogging through parts of this book. Return to Book Page.
Jun 23, Ria rated it it was amazing. I just ran out of time before the book had to go back to the library. Oct 11, D. I’ve picked out my first eleven experiments to try, out of the seventy-eight.
Can I make gold out of other matter? What do I do? Somewhat witty, somewhat interesting experiments, some of which could be done at home. Veeeery tempted to try that, though I’m not sure I have any strong enough magnets. Filed To anatomy animals biology pets. There are some of the good old kitchen experiment standbys baking soda and vinegar go boom as well as some new ones I had never heard before turning fried eggs green using cabbage juice.
I’m beginning to lose patience. Not quite as entertaining as I was hoping it would be.
How To Fossilise Your Hamster: And Other Amazing Experiments For The Armchair Scientist
Either way, this is an interesting book that tries to make science fun and that can only be a good thing. I recommend this book for anyone who has kids and likes to learn fun interesting science trivia.
Because of this, it is not so much a book This, the third in the collection of New Scientist foxsilise, focuses not so much on responding to letters sent into the magazine of those odd scientific queries and compiling them into a volume with comprehensive jour, but on the more practical aspects of fossilse you can learn for yourself.
Lists with This Book. Broken down into handy sections of the kitchen, the study, things to do in the garden etc this book has something for everyone and is just as enjoyable as the other titles available and through these with a minimal knowledge of science and its associated branches I really do feel that I have learned a little more than I knew before reading them.
Fossilising a hamster will take some organising tho! Thanks for telling us hamzter the problem. I do plan to keep the book and do some of the experiments with my kids though.