Series: New Moments In Science

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Pigeon Poo, the Universe & Car Paint: And Other Awesome Science Moments (New Moments in Science , No 1) by Karl Kruszelnicki1
Flying lasers, robofish and cities of slime : and more brain-bending science moments by Karl Kruszelnicki2
New Moments in Science: 3 by Karl Kruszelnicki3
Fidgeting Fat, Exploding Meat & Gobbling Whirly Birds and Other Delicious Science Moments by Karl Kruszelnicki4

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  1. Q and A with Dr K by Karl Kruszelnicki (2001)
  2. Does Anything Eat Wasps?: And 101 Other Questions (New Scientist) by New Scientist (2005)
  3. Sensational Moments in Science by Karl Kruszelnicki (1995)
  4. It Ain't Necessarily So... Bro by Karl Kruszelnicki (2006)
  5. The Science Book: 250 Milestones in the History of Science by Simon Singh (2001)
  6. Dis Information and Other Wikkid Myths by Dr. Karl Kruszelnicki (2005)
  7. Ever Since Darwin: Reflections on Natural History by Stephen Jay Gould (1977)
  8. Elephants on Acid and Other Bizarre Experiments by Alex Boese (2007)
  9. 控制论浅述 by H. 格林尼斯基
  10. Imponderables by David Feldman (1986)
  11. How to Dunk a Doughnut: The Science of Everyday Life by Len Fisher (2002)
  12. What Einstein Told His Barber by Robert Wolke (2000)
  13. The Last Word by Mick O'Hare (1998)
  14. A Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson (2003)
  15. A Fish Caught in Time: The Search for the Coelacanth by Samantha Weinberg (1999)

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