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Know It All: 132 Head-Scratching Questions About the Science All Around Us

by New Scientist Author and Mick O'Hare Author

Part of the "Last Word" series, wherein 132 science questions are posed and answered. These are the kind of queries you can't find answers to with a quick google. Some of the questions cover physics, some cover chemistry, some cover zoology, some are just purely odd. These are the kind of questions you'll sit in bed at night, pondering. Will Mount Everest stop being the tallest mountain on the planet? What would a thermometer read in space? Why do some oranges have seeds, and others don't? Soothe your troubled mind and bother your friends by putting all this trivia in your noggin.

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