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Hi ha cap animal que mengi vespes?; i 101 preguntes més de la prestigiosa… (original 2005; edition 2007)
Does Anything Eat Wasps?: And 101 Other Questions (New Scientist) by New Scientist (2005)
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0743297261, Paperback)How fat do you have to be to become bulletproof?
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Have you ever thought up a question so completely off-the-wall, so seemingly ridiculous, that you couldn't even find the courage to ask it? Maybe at the sports bar you were transported by the beauty of your beer to wonder, "How long could I live on beer alone?" Or, cycling through the park, you mused, "Did nature invent any wheels?" Or looking up at the night sky, you had a moment of angst, "What would happen if the moon suddenly disappeared -- if it were vaporized or stolen by aliens?"
Full of fun factlets, Does Anything Eat Wasps? is a runaway bestseller around the world. It celebrates the weird and wacky questions -- some trivial, some baffling, all unique -- and their multiple answers culled from "The Last Word," a long-running column in the internationally popular science magazine, New Scientist. Tackling the imponderables of everyday life, sparkling with humor, and bursting with delightful erudition, Does Anything Eat Wasps? is irresistibly entertaining and utterly engrossing.
So, go on. Put away your lab coat and your pencil -- science is fun again.
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Many simple questions are actually very complex to answer. Help is at hand from the New Scientist, the UK's bestselling science weekly. Every year thousands of baffled readers consult its 'Last Word' column for help. Here is a collection of the best and most memorable.
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