FriskyChicken, March 20, 2013 (view all comments by FriskyChicken)
So, I thought this book would be lacking in almost all areas. I was pleasantly surprised to find myself enjoying it, though. There is a bunch of math-y and physics-y stuff in here, but the writing and imagery is pretty humerous at times. Even some of the equations are funny if you really look at them. Some spell stuff out with variables. I wonder if there is a secret code encrypted in all the equations. I haven't figured it out, if there is, but I did catch some of the random coded messages. Anyhow, I would unreservedly recommend this book for a humerous approach to physics.
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