La Cuchara Menguante has ratings and reviews. In The Disappearing Spoon, Sam Kean takes a stroll through one of the greatest achievements. La cuchara menguante (Ocio Y Conocimientos – Otros) (Spanish Edition) eBook: Sam Kean, Jaime Valero Martínez: : Kindle Store. Y otros relatos veraces de locura, amor y la historia del mundo a partir de la tabla periódica de los elementos () by Sam Kean and a great.
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Books by Sam Kean. Fascinating stories about ordinary people who went through extraordinary circumstances and Kean retells their stories with mastery. In brief, Cajal’s neurons were not continuous, but had tiny gaps between them.
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Mostrando de 2 opiniones. Kean’s great eye for captivating stories about the brain and his expertise in retelling these stories end up helping the readers gain an understanding of how the brain works. Book Depository Libros con entrega gratis en todo el mundo. Feynman and others on the Manhattan project dominate this cuchaga, and the comparison with German scientific institutions – the runner up – is insightful.
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I enjoyed listening to all the great stories on how the elements were discovered and used. The subject of the Table is often very difficult to write about without sounding like the white noise in an airplane, yet the tales he spins are more engaging than any other.
She hasn’t felt a lick of fear since. The street probably runs both ways. I also enjoyed the science itself. Virtually every other page contained fascinating stories about the people who discovered or worked with the various elements.
It’s about the politics and the culture and the drama of the creation of that little set of boxes that we’re all so familiar with. But you know, a girl can dream.
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As the author of four science books, I plan to use this style in my next book. If you still believe this, Kean’s book will shake you up. I can honestly say that I don’t think anyone has made this information on how the brain works, and the various things that can and do go wrong, as accessible as Kean has made it.
By virtue of moving about every 1. Because of that, I missed taking ch I think I’m officially a geek’s geek because I thoroughly keab Kean’s book on elements and the periodic table. Science writing at its best. If they get to be too much, flip further in and read a chapter.
He doesn’t oversell what we know and keeps the science well grounded in reality. I have 2 degrees in Neuroscience, and of course, read many, many textbooks while getting my degrees.
How could I possibly be completely enthralled by such a book?
I hope that Sam Kean or someone writes similar books about physics, mathematics, etc. With each little snippet of information, and studying people with brain disorders, we gain a little more insight into what makes each of us an individual. I had a bit of chemistry in other college science classes and in nutrition class.
H Who knew science was about love, war and practical jokes like disappearing spoons? The author faithfully covers every known element, detailing its discovery while also discussing the current goings on in the scientific community at that time, and why or if those elements are important t The Disappearing Spoon: I also think there is enough there for those that have been dedicated to science their entire lives.
Le parti terza e quarta mi sono particolarmente rimaste impresso! I don’t normally review non-fiction reads, but this one is just too superb to meenguante up! Kdan am happy to have rectified this situation. Kean has a penchant for the kind of vivid description that makes one want to clutch one’s head tenderly close.
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I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? Science cucchara will love the scientific jargon but ekan don’t need a degree in chemistry to understand the fascinating stories behind the revolutionaries responsible for our modern day technologies.
I absolutely loved this book, it was so interesting and really kept me reading. This chapter ends with: Well, I don’t know about you but after spending three years staring at it and never really learning it’s true importance.