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Physics: Why Matter Matters! de Dan Green
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Physics: Why Matter Matters! (edició 2008)

de Dan Green (Autor)

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Mixes science and art to bring the world of physics to life, with a gaggle of wacky characters to explain the building blocks of our universe.
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Títol:Physics: Why Matter Matters!
Autors:Dan Green (Autor)
Informació:Kingfisher (2008), Edition: First, 128 pages
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Colorful illustrations set off this easy to understand discussion of the basic principles of physics. The text is humorous and laden with examples from popular understanding, and the pictures give each principle a personality. The principles of physics introduce themselves and their properties, and even make fun of each other. The book is not as thorough as a textbook, but is much easier to understand, and a great preparation for the subject for students about to enter middle school. The small size of the book makes the subject more approachable, and the large text clearly explains every subject. The illustrations aren't perfect for highlighting the presented concepts, but they are memorable and make the book appealing across genders. The chapters are organized according to their attributes, and have color-coding and nicknames like "The Wave Gang" and "Nuclear Heavies," to make them easier to recall. ( )
  Honanb | Mar 17, 2014 |
The best way WHATSOEVER to learn physics. It contains great explanations of all the things that make make the world go that any kid can understand! ( )
  CrayolaCrayon1 | Dec 29, 2010 |
Physics concepts given Pokeman-like identities, faces, & outfits.
My favorite physics concept has always been Entropy:
"I am the king of chaos - a mixed-up prankster who makes sure that energy always changes from useful forms to messed-up, spread-out forms. A renowned troublemaker, I'm the reason why things break and burn out, and I'll get you, too, in the end. Ultimately, I'll cause your body's cells to degrade and stop working properly and you'll die.

"I always increase, and I work in one direction only - things NEVER get neater unless you put in some effort. Gasoline has lots of potential energy tied up in its arrangement of atoms, but when it explodes, this stored energy is spread out irreversibly. The chaos has increased, so there's more of me. Hurrah! In short, I create havoc. This is why it's pointless cleaning your room - because the universe is working against you." pg. 36
  Mary_Overton | Dec 28, 2009 |
This adroit and delightful introduction to an oft-recondite topic covers a lot of ground in charming yet substantial fashion. I recall being disappointed as a child that atoms weren't really little beings with faces (the fact that they were so small made up for that, however); this book anthropomorphizes Blackbody Radiation, Friction, Entropy and Sound! And does it quite well, too! A fine and unique science read on any level, and highly recommended.
  kencf0618 | Dec 19, 2009 |
This book is written about physics. This book explain a lots of physical concepts.
For instance Energy, Entropy, Ultraviolet and so on.
Some difficult wards are there. But, I think this book is very easy to understand. Because, this book discrib physical concepts as if its are human. And Many funny illustration.
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