Synopses & Reviews
Sidney Harris, acclaimed Dean of Scientific Humor, presents his most recent collection of cartoons. No scientific or technical topic is safe from the scope of his humor. Harriss cartoons have appeared in American Scientist, Playboy, The New Yorker, Discover, and Science, among many other popular magazines. Previous collections include Einstein Simplified, "You Want Proof? Ill Give You Proof," and From Personal Ads to Cloning Labs. "The humor in science that is most widely laughed at comes from nonscientists, like the cartoonist, Sidney Harris." NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW
For over twenty-five years, Sidney Harris has been recognized as the leading cartoonist specializing in the world of modern science and technology. Whether he is poking gentle fun at Einstein or theoretical mathematicians, his drawings are entertaining, clever, and always right on target for his chosen subjects.
No scientific topic is safe from Sidney Harris's pen. Harris's insightful cartoons, which grace bulletin boards and laboratory doors everywhere, have become every person's window into the often baffling and weirdly funny side of science and scientists. Harris's cartoons have appeared in publications as diverse as the The New Yorker, Science, Discover, Saturday Review, American Scientist, Playboy, and Punch.